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Title: [ANN][PIVX] - PRIVATE INSTANT VERIFIED TRANSACTION - POS 2.0 - ZEROCOIN PROTOCOL
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 25, 2015, 05:31:40 PM









PIVX was originally launched under the name Darknet (DNET). It was re-branded to PIVX on January 1st 2017

PoW Phase Period: January 30th 2016 to August 17 2016 (FINISHED)
PoS Phase Period: August 17 2016 to Forever
Block Time: 60 Seconds with retargeting every block (approx. 1440 blocks per day)
PoW Phase Max Coin Supply: 43,199,500
PoW Algorithm: Quark
PoW Block Reward: [block# 2-151200] 250 PIV [block# 151201-259200] 50 PIV
Premine: [block# 1] 60k Premine for creation of 6 Masternodes for the functioning of the network.
Premine: [block# 1] 60k Premine was publicly burned at block 279917. No more premine exists.
PoW Rewards Breakdown:
[Block 000002-043200] 20% MN (50 PIV) / 80% MINER (200 PIV)
[/i][Block 043201-151200] 20% MN (50 PIV) / 70% MINER (200 PIV) / 10% BUDGET (25 PIV)
[/i][Block 151201-259200] 45% MN (22.5 PIV) / 45% MINER (22.5 PIV) / 10% BUDGET (5 PIV)

PoS Rewards Breakdown:
PoS Phase 1: [blocks 259201-302399] 50 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 2: [blocks 302400-345599] 45 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 3: [blocks 345600-388799] 40 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 4: [blocks 388800-431999] 35 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 5: [blocks 432000-475199] 30 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 6: [blocks 475200-518399] 25 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 7: [blocks 518400-561599] 20 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 8: [blocks 561600-604799] 15 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (Complete)
PoS Phase 9: [blocks 604800-647999] 10 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET) (In-Progress)
PoS Phase X: [blocks 648000-Infinite] 05 PIV (90% SEESAW ~ 10% BUDGET)


Blackcoin PoS 2.0 White Paper (http://blackcoin.co/blackcoin-pos-protocol-v2-whitepaper.pdf)
Blackcoin PoS 3.0 White Paper (https://www.dropbox.com/s/jojqo5rmaxy45ex/Blackcoin%20POS%203.pdf)
Seesaw Mechanism White Paper (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1G58gtDdQtT-8kV8Fu7_764Fxn0i5fs0jGURvz8KJlTE)
Zerocoin Protocol White Paper (http://spar.isi.jhu.edu/~mgreen/ZerocoinOakland.pdf)


Windows 32 Installer:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-win32-setup-unsigned.exe)
Windows 32 Binaries:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-win32.zip)
Windows 64 Installer:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-win64-setup-unsigned.exe)
Windows 64 Binaries:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-win64.zip)
Mac OSX .dmg:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-osx-unsigned.dmg)
Mac OSX Binaries:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-osx64.tar.gz)
Linux 32 Binaries:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz)
Linux 64 Binaries:  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz)
Arm Binaries (Rpi2):  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz)
Aarch64 Binaries (Rpi3):  (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v2.2.0/pivx-2.2.0-aarch64-linux-gnu.tar.gz)


Main Website: http://pivx.org
WIKI Site: http://pivx.wiki
Masternode Info Site: https://pivxmasternode.org
Chinese ANN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1815135.0
Russian ANN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1826707.0




Bittrex (https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-PIVX)
Cryptopia (https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=PIVX_BTC)
NovaExchange (https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_PIVX/)
YoBit (https://yobit.net/en/trade/PIVX/BTC)
Altex Exchange (https://altex.ws/Market/Trade/?Pair=PIVX/BTC)
EmpoEx (https://empoex.com/trade/PIVX-BTC)
BitSquare - The First Decentralized Exchange! (https://bitsquare.io/)
LiteBit.eu (https://www.litebit.eu/en/buy/pivx)
CoinBT.cc (http://coinbt.cc/Trade/index/market/pivx_cny)
Macro Exchange (https://beta.macro.exchange/)


Presstab's Block Explorer (http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/PIVX/index.php)
PIVX Masternode Stats (http://178.254.23.111/~pub/DN/DN_Info.html)
CoinGecko (https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/pivx)


Coin-Server.com Node Hosting Service (http://www.coin-server.com)
Coin-Server.com Node Hosting Service Support Forum (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1406228.0)
MP-Hosting Node Hosting Service (http://https://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8)
MP-Hosting Node Hosting Service Support Forum (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1400910.0)

Payment Processors

CoinPayments (https://coinpayments.com)
CointoPay (https://cointopay.com/index.jsp)

Misc Links

Help with Translating PIVX (https://www.transifex.com/pivx-project/pivx-project-translations)
Borris123 Windows Masternode Setup Guide (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/releases/download/v1.1.0.0/Windows.Setup.for.Darknet.Masternodes.pdf)
Cryptocoin.cc (http://cryptocoin.cc/table.php?cryptocoin=Pivx)
Cryptochat PIVX Faucet (http://www.thecryptochat.net/pivx.php)


We are always in need of extra hand. If you have any skillsets that you may be able to to provide, please feel free to PM s3v3nh4cks!


http://i.imgur.com/sUMFhES.png (https://join.skype.com/s1kvV4V02yZP)http://i.imgur.com/hlpcw5G.png (http://slack.pivx.org/)http://i.imgur.com/mL33ooV.png (https://twitter.com/_pivx)

http://i.imgur.com/DcYsakS.png (https://www.reddit.com/r/pivx/)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: Sir_Astral on November 25, 2015, 05:32:02 PM
Too much info.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 25, 2015, 05:33:28 PM
Patience my friend... :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: jtalk on November 25, 2015, 05:46:30 PM
Interesting op with suspense factor waiting to know more about your future plan for this and what you will bring there as  name is cool. 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: badam on November 25, 2015, 05:53:58 PM
Any eta?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: MissCrypto on November 25, 2015, 06:10:52 PM
Any eta?

Yeah give us some estimate, the suspense is killing me  :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: bluedeep on November 25, 2015, 06:47:25 PM
Any eta?

Yeah give us some estimate, the suspense is killing me  :-\
That's the point  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: craslovell on November 25, 2015, 06:58:59 PM
Not a hint?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: **D!ABLO** on November 25, 2015, 07:02:21 PM
More info coming... More than nothing... Fascinating.  :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: Kushedout on November 25, 2015, 07:07:12 PM
Given the intricate details of this project, I am in.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: Szaja1990 on November 25, 2015, 07:07:55 PM
waiting for more details


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 25, 2015, 07:18:59 PM
Lots left to do on this project, code is almost complete for the initial release but will need to be 100% verified before we will release it. Holidays will slow us down a bit as we all have family stuff coming up, but a realistic est. will be before January. Pushing for sooner release if everything comes together.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET]
Post by: craslovell on November 25, 2015, 07:21:42 PM
Lots left to do on this project, code is almost complete for the initial release but will need to be 100% verified before we will release it. Holidays will slow us down a bit as we all have family stuff coming up, but a realistic etc will be before January. Pushing for sooner.

Can you at least tell us if it is mineable?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 25, 2015, 07:24:15 PM
Yes it will be mineable, but CPU/GPU only. as we wanted to keep the huge farms from dumping. We have lots of plans and uses in the works. I will keep the Initial post updated frequently.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on November 25, 2015, 08:36:35 PM
Well, the coin is being launched by a Sr. member account so hey, that is something I guess.  Once you are ready to launch, please announce it ahead of time.  "No Premine" is a bullshit statement if a coin is ninja launched at 3AM.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 25, 2015, 10:10:46 PM
of course it will be launched with fair warning, not playing games here...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on November 25, 2015, 10:26:53 PM
Ok, just checking.  Ya never know these days.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 25, 2015, 10:34:51 PM
totally understandable... :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: xhoneyael on November 25, 2015, 10:53:40 PM
look like a good project 
add it in my watchlist will wait for more info
hoping this will be really good one ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: bathrobehero on November 26, 2015, 09:12:29 AM
This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: CosaNostra on November 26, 2015, 09:16:28 AM
This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  :)


Definitely it is, but where to send my money  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: bittamak on November 26, 2015, 05:09:01 PM
Nice to see members launching new coins instead of hiding in newbie accounts...will be looking for this coin to mine with my gpu..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: Godson_Mansa on November 27, 2015, 08:36:31 AM
dev, January is like 5 years from now in Crypto-Time.  :P


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: wildduck on November 27, 2015, 09:24:37 AM
Coin from Sr. Member that is very good.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: mind808crime on November 27, 2015, 10:50:27 PM
Will there be a new Ann when its released?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: Splatters on November 27, 2015, 10:53:52 PM
p&d confirmed and op is totally copied by a dead coin from the 2013


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: samsunk on November 28, 2015, 12:14:17 AM
What is this - no info or wallets useless coin without future?

-samsunk


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: bluedeep on November 28, 2015, 09:12:53 PM
So we'll have to wait till Jan ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on November 29, 2015, 01:10:54 AM
This coin will not be a P and D.. How would make the assumption that we are copying something when I have yet to post the specs.. a little bit presumptious of you don't you think?? I just said January as a late date. it will be sooner...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: bluedeep on November 29, 2015, 01:31:34 AM
I can't wait  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on December 03, 2015, 03:43:30 AM
Small piece of information.. :) When Darknet launches it will be on an exchange within a few hours... Not that any of you should dump it as this will be a coin to hold.. :)

Sign up now so you are ready!!

https://btcpool.exchange/


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: LadangGalau on December 03, 2015, 04:22:43 AM
win wallet pc ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: wildduck on December 03, 2015, 07:35:53 AM
Nothing we all have to wait January.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: LadangGalau on December 03, 2015, 02:02:33 PM
Nothing we all have to wait January.
ok thanks info
wait in by 2016  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on December 03, 2015, 11:13:46 PM
As soon as we are ready, All wallets will be available at time of launch guys..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: Rising Sun on December 04, 2015, 04:10:05 AM
Dev sounds promising. Hopefully the coin turns out good as intended.  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: wildduck on December 04, 2015, 08:54:50 AM
Just positive thoughts and little faith in dev.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on December 19, 2015, 04:56:39 AM
Still here, Working hard to get everything ready.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: zaph3t on December 19, 2015, 05:16:55 AM
Hmm! no detail info in OP. Can wait to see what this project is abt. I like QRK Algo by the way.
Please no Ninja launch a countdown will be good period launch.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: Woody20285 on December 19, 2015, 08:37:30 AM
Already better than 1/2 of the coins in 2015.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS - NO PREMINE or ICO
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 18, 2016, 02:38:39 AM
Hello everyone, Sorry it has taken so long, but got really busy with the holidays and family. We are nearing the release now. We are testing it on Testnet to make sure it works as we expect and will have all wallets and source available for you soon as well as an exchange and pool at the time of launch. Hang tight... Darknet is coming!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 06:46:56 AM
OK... The Time is here.. Tomorrow at 12:00PM PST we will officially launch Darknet.. We are Extremely EXCITED and have a lot of plans for the future.

Wallets will be available at the time of release, 2 Pools and an Exchange will be available shortly afterwards.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Makingsure on January 30, 2016, 08:51:42 AM
ooo i so been waiting for this one ;)
but hey is http://darknet.coin-server.com/richlist   accurate?  supply 620million and such? shows net coin maybe thats an error?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: gjhiggins on January 30, 2016, 05:41:25 PM
ooo i so been waiting for this one ;)
but hey is http://darknet.coin-server.com/richlist   accurate?  supply 620million and such? shows net coin maybe thats an error?

Despite the misleading subdomain, the explorer is for a different coin, Netcoin (NET):

https://minkiz.co/coin/160/

Cheers

Graham


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 05:58:33 PM
Yes that is a mistake, the Operator is a bit behind, but will be ready by launch


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CjMapope on January 30, 2016, 06:48:34 PM
Love the use of Quark algo. not only will there be no crazy rush to rentals, but really anyone with a cpu, gpu, or even a hardwear card can mine.
i personally am setting up my laptop both the I-7 and my little 750M to see what happens ;)
minerd64_sse4.exe -a quark -o stratum+tcp://coin-server.com:TBA -u "Coin addy" -p X   
for the cpu with https://github.com/Neisklar/quarkcoin-cpuminer if anyone's intrested.
gpu i believe pooler had a fork?
not sure maybe you or another member will drop the miners they will be using for us at launch? ;)))
6 hours, open pre-reg on pool, let us get set up!! ;p;p


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 07:06:06 PM
Love the use of Quark algo. not only will there be no crazy rush to rentals, but really anyone with a cpu, gpu, or even a hardwear card can mine.
i personally am setting up my laptop both the I-7 and my little 750M to see what happens ;)
minerd64_sse4.exe -a quark -o stratum+tcp://coin-server.com:TBA -u "Coin addy" -p X   
for the cpu with https://github.com/Neisklar/quarkcoin-cpuminer if anyone's intrested.
gpu i believe pooler had a fork?
not sure maybe you or another member will drop the miners they will be using for us at launch? ;)))
6 hours, open pre-reg on pool, let us get set up!! ;p;p

How do you know there won't be any rush to rentals ??
how do you know instaminers aren't just waiting for launch


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 07:09:54 PM
The miners we tested with are on the website under Miners.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CjMapope on January 30, 2016, 07:46:41 PM
Love the use of Quark algo. not only will there be no crazy rush to rentals, but really anyone with a cpu, gpu, or even a hardwear card can mine.
i personally am setting up my laptop both the I-7 and my little 750M to see what happens ;)
minerd64_sse4.exe -a quark -o stratum+tcp://coin-server.com:TBA -u "Coin addy" -p X   
for the cpu with https://github.com/Neisklar/quarkcoin-cpuminer if anyone's intrested.
gpu i believe pooler had a fork?
not sure maybe you or another member will drop the miners they will be using for us at launch? ;)))
6 hours, open pre-reg on pool, let us get set up!! ;p;p

How do you know there won't be any rush to rentals ??
how do you know instaminers aren't just waiting for launch

i only meant that we wont get the usual rental/profit dumpers a sha or scrypt coin gets due to the way less number of rental available. i like to think many less people are able to insta-mine algos like quark but maybe im wrong ;)
Jesus man who shit in your cornflakes today? ;p


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on January 30, 2016, 07:47:23 PM
Ready to mine, looking good team :)

Happy mining/staking/masternoding!
IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CjMapope on January 30, 2016, 07:50:07 PM
The miners we tested with are on the website under Miners.. :)

well im super happy then, the ones on the site are the same i have, awesomness ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 07:59:42 PM
Love the use of Quark algo. not only will there be no crazy rush to rentals, but really anyone with a cpu, gpu, or even a hardwear card can mine.
i personally am setting up my laptop both the I-7 and my little 750M to see what happens ;)
minerd64_sse4.exe -a quark -o stratum+tcp://coin-server.com:TBA -u "Coin addy" -p X   
for the cpu with https://github.com/Neisklar/quarkcoin-cpuminer if anyone's intrested.
gpu i believe pooler had a fork?
not sure maybe you or another member will drop the miners they will be using for us at launch? ;)))
6 hours, open pre-reg on pool, let us get set up!! ;p;p

How do you know there won't be any rush to rentals ??
how do you know instaminers aren't just waiting for launch

i only meant that we wont get the usual rental/profit dumpers a sha or scrypt coin gets due to the way less number of rental available. i like to think many less people are able to insta-mine algos like quark but maybe im wrong ;)
Jesus man who shit in your cornflakes today? ;p

Haha how do you know i'm eating cornflakes right now ? :P :P :P


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 08:06:25 PM
I am pushing everything now,


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 08:11:03 PM
I am pushing everything now,
Exciting times.
We need pool !!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on January 30, 2016, 08:25:40 PM
I am pushing everything now,
need win wallet asap? thx


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 08:30:28 PM
Windows 64 wallet/ Mac OS X (Non pre 2011 Models) wallets will be uploaded momentarily

btcpool.exchange's pool is up and running


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on January 30, 2016, 08:37:24 PM
Windows 64 wallet/ Mac OS X (Non pre 2011 Models) wallets will be uploaded momentarily

btcpool.exchange's pool is up and running
where? can't find it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 08:39:26 PM
Windows 64 wallet/ Mac OS X (Non pre 2011 Models) wallets will be uploaded momentarily

btcpool.exchange's pool is up and running

i can't log into that damn thing.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 08:43:32 PM
click on the link bro, it is not their normal site


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 08:45:24 PM
Wallets are up (except RPi2.. Still building)

a note about the Linux script, it will d all the work for you, but.. if you are using libdb4.8 for anything on that system, you should compile it by yourself and not use the updated deps. It will make everything 5.3..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on January 30, 2016, 08:48:54 PM
"No block source available..."


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 08:56:08 PM
wrong windows version, running x32
what do dev ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 30, 2016, 08:57:12 PM
Any nodes ? No connection...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on January 30, 2016, 08:57:28 PM
Wallet is not syncing.......what to do?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Belligerent Fool on January 30, 2016, 09:00:07 PM
Any nodes ? No connection...

Wallet is not syncing.......what to do?

Run ! Since you can't even mine to an address that hasn't been created yet there is 8 people mining to an address on the pool..... very suspicious...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on January 30, 2016, 09:07:50 PM
Any nodes ? No connection...

Wallet is not syncing.......what to do?

Run ! Since you can't even mine to an address that hasn't been created yet there is 8 people mining to an address on the pool..... very suspicious...
download for win wallet is on OP
https://github.com/Darknet-Crypto/Darknet/releases/download/v1.0.0.0/Darknet-Qt-Windows-Wallet-v1.0.0.0.zip

you can generate new address and start mining... that's what we all are doing.  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 09:11:33 PM
wrong windows version, running x32
what do dev ?
help ??


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on January 30, 2016, 09:13:18 PM
Wow.......just look at those hashrates!!! botnet? rental?

My poor CPU :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 30, 2016, 09:15:09 PM
Wow.......just look at those hashrates!!! botnet? rental?

My poor CPU :D

Isn't Quark GPU based nowadays....


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on January 30, 2016, 09:23:24 PM
need nodes to sync wallet, please!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: dopecoindude on January 30, 2016, 09:24:33 PM
Interesting to see this.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on January 30, 2016, 09:30:03 PM
need nodes to sync wallet, please!

here are a few:

31.6.30.115
217.240.107.120
109.172.55.170
68.104.0.118
162.213.154.31
173.245.148.70
151.80.206.104


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on January 30, 2016, 09:34:31 PM
Thanks!!

need nodes to sync wallet, please!

here are a few:

31.6.30.115
217.240.107.120
109.172.55.170
68.104.0.118
162.213.154.31
173.245.148.70
151.80.206.104


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: DaMut on January 30, 2016, 09:43:06 PM
everything black.
interesting,keep an eye to this one.
but the dev not really active?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 09:48:17 PM
Been waiting for launch since last year
launch comes
bct.pool doesn't work
Can't run win wallet
Can't mine
i'd ask miners to sell to me but i don't have a wallet to buy it into
FML


dev, did you die after launch ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 30, 2016, 09:51:44 PM
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Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 09:59:31 PM
if you click the image under pools, the btcpool has been working fine from the start, and I am trying to get the masternodes setup so everything works correctly on the network. Please be patient


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 30, 2016, 10:12:16 PM
How fast are you mining DARKNET with Quark ? I'm between 13-13.3Mh/s on my AMD 280x ;D 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on January 30, 2016, 10:30:23 PM
I think the pool is stuck on block calculation.

I gotta update my AMD drivers too. On my 280x I only get like 80kh/s haha


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on January 30, 2016, 10:52:58 PM
Haven't received any payment for quite some time now....

I think the pool is stuck on block calculation.

I gotta update my AMD drivers too. On my 280x I only get like 80kh/s haha

Yeah, on the Graph Stats page, bottom graph, it's about 100 blocks behind.

http://151.80.206.104/stats

unomp doesn't give great stats or update properly most of the time, but I've never seen this graph with more than a few blocks behind on it. Certainly not 100.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 10:53:49 PM
will ask the pool Op about it


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 30, 2016, 11:40:31 PM
Windows 32/64 wallets will be available very shortly in one download.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SushiNoTomato on January 30, 2016, 11:45:06 PM
No payouts from BTC Exchange Pool http://151.80.206.104

What's happening ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on January 30, 2016, 11:54:37 PM
I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

Everything working fine now.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on January 30, 2016, 11:57:51 PM
No payouts from BTC Exchange Pool http://151.80.206.104

What's happening ?

Hi
the pool is running a bit behind but its paying out as fast as it can


1) "DSzwUPN3GKKx2VJ2ZX5VkgJ9X4KGP1MdsH"
 2) "997.5"
 3) "DHV4dCoW3qGkYz3eThnzsJifjU1qvbEsQp"
 4) "20311.03580347000000117"
 5) "DEtD9Lt4YReDKAWEqLJmYzvNh49H4zrQds"
 6) "267.66076747"
 7) "DPVXFhx2yuP8PYVKoSQsvZjLaCi6ue41eR"
 8) "9649.12984395000000148"
 9) "D92r25buSkcNwEFR2baMo9xbJTbFdQpion"
10) "483.03723297"
11) "D9LLGnSrX7jqrg2wGM3qATLcG2Qb6d8FTi"
12) "2905.06552785999999977"
13) "DSqqZ6YeQGDYJMuE2cfGGLiXP9zUgLCvbS"
14) "1492.51968716999999998"
15) "DM3wCeSuZxKmBp7EWXrwJiRW7j7SqvJ9hQ"
16) "952.16854708000000002"
17) "DSJ1y9cpUvN9hiBXnXyz6kVEVbSivGR9b5"
18) "3642.81328869999999998"
19) "DLptfY6dCroFoYCecFqMqkThxBTbDy3yAK"
20) "7362.17485790000000012"
21) "D8ZUkr1L1XACQTiJV2ie2cmhXyvr5adXT7"
22) "818.86860870000000001"
23) "DTBkJnuuSBHcresD3e2avWRvqLFLyXwL8J"
24) "383.06243058000000001"
25) "DRLvkBSZr2ock5ais5udnFE8v9XireYXvG"
26) "112.73262518"
27) "DGQyDUY9KJgzmqKEA5JzL6Q1ghFfPnEMUg"
28) "70.31998726"
29) "D6oGTQfdEyvJpur6sYzWHtY3f5VVYiDtXJ"
30) "71.21009991"




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Belligerent Fool on January 31, 2016, 12:00:17 AM
I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  :)

But you said this on the first page ^^^


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on January 31, 2016, 12:07:21 AM
I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  :)

But you said this on the first page ^^^

Heh, yeah it seemed like it but it doesn't work and it's doing something in the backgrdound while it shouldn't. Either a bug or something malicious.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 31, 2016, 12:10:39 AM
I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  :)

But you said this on the first page ^^^

Heh, yeah it seemed like it but it doesn't work and it's doing something in the backgrdound while it shouldn't. Either a bug or something malicious.

Your right, 50% CPU usage on the client with it synced up, it even takes a very long time for the wallet to sync even though the blocks are correct in the information tab.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on January 31, 2016, 12:55:34 AM
I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  :)

But you said this on the first page ^^^

Heh, yeah it seemed like it but it doesn't work and it's doing something in the backgrdound while it shouldn't. Either a bug or something malicious.

Your right, 50% CPU usage on the client with it synced up, it even takes a very long time for the wallet to sync even though the blocks are correct in the information tab.

Yeah, I noticed long load times for the masternode portion.

Virustotal and local scans came back clean, and I checked running processes to see if there was one I didn't recognize, but only in the regular Windows task manager, not a deeper-look 3rd party app.

Let us all know if you discover a rogue process.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 12:57:05 AM
ok, The wallet once synced up for the block chain is still communicating with the Masternodes. You will see other messages pop up and tell you what is happening. As more Masternodes come online things will work better.

There is nothing malicious anywhere. the source is available, please feel free to examine it yourself.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 01:00:22 AM
ok, The wallet once synced up for the block chain is still communicating with the Masternodes. You will see other messages pop up and tell you what is happening. As more Masternodes come online things will work better.

There is nothing malicious anywhere. the source is available, please feel free to examine it yourself.

I cant download both Windows and Linux wallet. Could you help me?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 01:09:46 AM
Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 01:15:45 AM
Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Worked smoothly, ty.
What Port and RpcPort should i add in the .conf?
Should i use my address as username for solo mining?


listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=xxxx
port=yyyy
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=31.6.30.115

Sounds good?





Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on January 31, 2016, 01:16:34 AM
Remember you can mine this coin for FREE.  No fees!

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://www.coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 01:18:16 AM
Remember you can mine this coin for FREE.  No fees!

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://www.coin-server.com)

i'll join you as soon as i understand how to sync :-) I tried addnode: but still no active connections.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on January 31, 2016, 01:18:58 AM
Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Worked smoothly, ty.
What Port and RpcPort should i add in the .conf?
Should i use my address as username for solo mining?


listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=xxxx
port=yyyy
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=31.6.30.115

Sounds good?





port=51472
rpcport=51471

You can also include

addnode=coin-server.com:51472


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hugabase on January 31, 2016, 01:30:13 AM
Windows 32/64 wallets will be available very shortly in one download.

Windows 64 bit good work,dev..please share your DNET  : D6f9mwV3JSNrDtYYFGgANswAELtgUMKJpe
 8)



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on January 31, 2016, 01:30:37 AM
ocminer where are you ::)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 01:43:37 AM
Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Worked smoothly, ty.
What Port and RpcPort should i add in the .conf?
Should i use my address as username for solo mining?


listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=xxxx
port=yyyy
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=31.6.30.115


Sounds good?





You wont need anything but addnodes unless you are trying to solo mine..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 31, 2016, 01:48:44 AM
i WTB some Dnet
pm me your offers.  


edit: goddamn that is one good looking wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 01:49:28 AM
Windows 32/64 wallets will be available very shortly in one download.

Windows 64 bit good work,dev..please share your DNET  : D6f9mwV3JSNrDtYYFGgANswAELtgUMKJpe
 8)



If you are feeling Generous, My address is in my Signature.

Thank You!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 01:50:29 AM
There is another Pool online now with Zero Fee's!! coin-server.com Check it out guys


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on January 31, 2016, 01:55:39 AM
We are adjusting the starting diff, so if you see the stratum failing, and the reconnecting, it is due to a restart.

Thanks

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on January 31, 2016, 02:02:55 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 02:04:52 AM
Hey everyone, lets move some hash to coin-server.com (Zero Fee's) so we are not beating up on the btcpool


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 31, 2016, 02:08:49 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any

Mine eventually came through, I think the limit is 70 Coins since I have 3 tx at the same amount give or take.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hugabase on January 31, 2016, 02:38:35 AM
If you are feeling Generous, My address is in my Signature.

Thank You!!

 :D i think your'e the DEV,you have premine 60000 DNET...my address DNET wallet in my Signature. ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 02:39:52 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any

Mine eventually came through, I think the limit is 70 Coins since I have 3 tx at the same amount give or take.

I see on their stat page I and other people with similar hashrate (10mhs) have no "shares". What does it mean? How can i calculate my earning?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 31, 2016, 02:52:47 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any

Mine eventually came through, I think the limit is 70 Coins since I have 3 tx at the same amount give or take.

I see on their stat page I and other people with similar hashrate (10mhs) have no "shares". What does it mean? How can i calculate my earning?

You can't pretty much until ocminer or the likes of the others decide to set up a pool where you can view more detailed stats.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 02:54:50 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any

Mine eventually came through, I think the limit is 70 Coins since I have 3 tx at the same amount give or take.

I see on their stat page I and other people with similar hashrate (10mhs) have no "shares". What does it mean? How can i calculate my earning?

You can't pretty much until ocminer or the likes of the others decide to set up a pool where you can view more detailed stats.

Ok, ty. I see some big guys have 1ghs pointed toward this coin, are those gpu?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 31, 2016, 02:59:47 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any

Mine eventually came through, I think the limit is 70 Coins since I have 3 tx at the same amount give or take.

I see on their stat page I and other people with similar hashrate (10mhs) have no "shares". What does it mean? How can i calculate my earning?

You can't pretty much until ocminer or the likes of the others decide to set up a pool where you can view more detailed stats.

Ok, ty. I see some big guys have 1ghs pointed toward this coin, are those gpu?

GPU Farms perhaps...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on January 31, 2016, 03:28:02 AM
Anyone getting payouts from btcpool? I haven't got any

Mine eventually came through, I think the limit is 70 Coins since I have 3 tx at the same amount give or take.

I see on their stat page I and other people with similar hashrate (10mhs) have no "shares". What does it mean? How can i calculate my earning?

You can't pretty much until ocminer or the likes of the others decide to set up a pool where you can view more detailed stats.

Ok, ty. I see some big guys have 1ghs pointed toward this coin, are those gpu?

GPU Farms perhaps...
nah its just a guy who just got his hands on a wallet driving up dif from his nicehash account.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on January 31, 2016, 06:22:48 AM
Ok boys, so what's the plans for this one? Personally I think we should take this where dark coin was headed before they decided to go mainstream...there is certainly a void there. Or is this just another clone? I'm cool either way, just curious what you have in mind.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pol5 on January 31, 2016, 06:43:59 AM
waiting for more details :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Nthused on January 31, 2016, 08:46:21 AM
Ok boys, so what's the plans for this one? Personally I think we should take this where dark coin was headed before they decided to go mainstream...there is certainly a void there. Or is this just another clone? I'm cool either way, just curious what you have in mind.


Exactly, you can't be dark & provide dark services for dark things while having a face & real identity to go along with it, your identity is meant to be dark, atleast this one has a fighting chance ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ivcelmik on January 31, 2016, 09:40:42 AM
Oc i think this coin deserve a pool like suprnova  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on January 31, 2016, 10:15:19 AM
Unfortunately, this is one of those wallets that doesn't work with ccminer (solomining):

JSON-RPC call failed: Method not found
json_rpc_call failed, retry after 1 seconds


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on January 31, 2016, 11:50:22 AM
Ok boys, so what's the plans for this one? Personally I think we should take this where dark coin was headed before they decided to go mainstream...there is certainly a void there. Or is this just another clone? I'm cool either way, just curious what you have in mind.


Exactly, you can't be dark & provide dark services for dark things while having a face & real identity to go along with it, your identity is meant to be dark, atleast this one has a fighting chance ;D

I agree brother I mined dark at the start and was full on like fuck yeah man lol, then Evan kind of sold out. He did do some amazing work and I owe my mining setup to the original darkcoin but I think the whole dash thing is a huge mistake. Let's hope the dev here sees the potential and got some balls lol


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on January 31, 2016, 12:12:33 PM
WTB 5k DNET, send me offers (PM)  ::)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: zoneout on January 31, 2016, 01:35:34 PM
Looking forward to see darknet on more exchanges :P


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 04:53:08 PM
How fast are you mining DARKNET with Quark ? I'm between 13-13.3Mh/s on my AMD 280x ;D 8)

Hi!, What software you using? I get 12mhs


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on January 31, 2016, 05:09:46 PM
Dev, can I just use the DASH masternode tutorial for DNET since it's a clone?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on January 31, 2016, 05:30:47 PM
Dev, can I just use the DASH masternode tutorial for DNET since it's a clone?

That's what I did.  It seemed to work.


    "overall" : "Successfully started 1 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 1",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "MN0",
            "result" : "successful"

There were 5 MNs listed at the time, but it has dropped down to 2 MNs, and I still show up in the list as one of them when I run 'masternodelist' in the console.  It's been 45 minutes though and I haven't received any MN payments so I am either extremely unlucky or something isn't configured properly.  Idk.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 05:41:08 PM
OK, It's pretty easy to create a masternode,

Create an Address and Name it MN1 or whatever you want. Send 10k (exactly 10k) DNET to this address. Wait until there are a minimum of 15 confirmations to the transaction.

Then you need to go to the console and type; masternode genkey (record this key)

then go to your darknet.conf file and put the following in the file;

rpcuser=( Create a Random Username)
rpcpassword=( Create a Random Password )
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=(place key that was generated by mastered genkey here)

Now make sure your router has port 51472 open to the world. (its just for communications to other masternodes)

after all of the above has been completed reboot your wallet

then go to the console and type; masternode start.

If you followed everything exactly is should work fine.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on January 31, 2016, 05:57:31 PM
I'm seeing 5 masternodes, but shouldn't there be at least 7? (Dev's 6 plus your SockPuppetAccount)?

Did you get any MN payments yet?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on January 31, 2016, 06:08:44 PM
I'm seeing 5 masternodes, but shouldn't there be at least 7? (Dev's 6 plus your SockPuppetAccount)?

Did you get any MN payments yet?

Just got 2 MN payments!  My problem was I altered my darknet.conf file while following the DASH masternode tutorial, but forgot to save the changes and restart the client.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on January 31, 2016, 06:12:38 PM
I'm seeing 5 masternodes, but shouldn't there be at least 7? (Dev's 6 plus your SockPuppetAccount)?

Did you get any MN payments yet?

Just got 2 MN payments!  My problem was I altered my darknet.conf file while following the DASH masternode tutorial, but forgot to save the changes and restart the client.

Nice. Good job, setting one up now.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on January 31, 2016, 07:04:17 PM
Hey guys, remember you can mine for FREE!!! 0% fees!!!

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 09:14:48 PM
The only reason I have found to get the error "Not capable masternode:" when you go to fire up your Masternode is you have not opened up port 51472 in your firewall. This has to happen, as the masternode needs to know what it's external IP address is. If anyone has another working solution, please let us know..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on January 31, 2016, 09:20:09 PM
Hey guys, remember you can mine for FREE!!! 0% fees!!!

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


I'm trying it right now. Connection was fine.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on January 31, 2016, 09:24:16 PM
Just thought of something.  I know PoS doesn't start for another 6 months, but are coins accumulating stake weight right now?  Let's say I tuck some coins away in a wallet right now, close it up, and wait for PoS to start.  When I open it in 6 months, will I get an instant 50% reward from 6 months of accumulated stake weight?

I am sure using your coins to create masternodes will end up showing a better return on investment than just locking your wallet and waiting 6 months, but I am just curious.

Also, how do masternodes get rewarded after PoW ends?  I'm sure it was just an oversight, but on the reward schedule you don't mention masternodes in the PoS phase.

Also also, my masternode keeps going offline every hour or two.  I have port 51472 open already.  Wondering if this is happening to anyone else or if it is just me.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on January 31, 2016, 09:34:29 PM
- Your coins will not gain weight right now as PoS has not been implemented yet.

- We are looking into the issue with the Nodes becoming inactive every few hours.

- Masternodes will get their percentage of whatever is being staked per block, instead of their percentage of what is being mined right now.

- Masternodes will always receive a higher reward than staking will as you are locking up your deposit for the benefit of the network.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 01:49:03 AM
There is now a Script available to install the Darknet wallet on you RPi2.

This has been tested on the Latest Jesse Raspbian Build and the Wheezy Raspbian Build available from the Raspberry Website Now. To avoid any issues, please use a clean fresh Raspbian Image.

Just download the script through the RPi itself then;

chmod +x Install-Darknet-RPi2

then to start the installation

./Install-Darknet-RPi2

The script will download, install all the necessary deps and git source as well as compile the binary and move it to your home directory.

When completed,

./darknet-qt


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 01, 2016, 01:53:03 AM
There is now a Script available to install the Darknet wallet on you RPi2.

This has been tested on the Latest Jesse Raspbian Build and the Wheezy Raspbian Build available from the Raspberry Website Now. To avoid any issues, please use a clean fresh Raspbian Image.

Just download the script through the RPi itself then;

chmod +x Install-Darknet-RPi2

then to start the installation

./Install-Darknet-RPi2

The script will download, install all the necessary deps and git source as well as compile the binary and move it to your home directory.

When completed,

./darknet-qt

Nice!

I got an insufficient memory error installing Darknet onto a linux VPS with 768Mb memory... what could have caused this problem? It was a completely fresh instance of the VPS.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 01, 2016, 02:04:35 AM
There is now a Script available to install the Darknet wallet on you RPi2.

This has been tested on the Latest Jesse Raspbian Build and the Wheezy Raspbian Build available from the Raspberry Website Now. To avoid any issues, please use a clean fresh Raspbian Image.

Just download the script through the RPi itself then;

chmod +x Install-Darknet-RPi2

then to start the installation

./Install-Darknet-RPi2

The script will download, install all the necessary deps and git source as well as compile the binary and move it to your home directory.

When completed,

./darknet-qt

Nice!

I got an insufficient memory error installing Darknet onto a linux VPS with 768Mb memory... what could have caused this problem? It was a completely fresh instance of the VPS.

Building software on Linux requires memory.  With the base OS using somewhere around 256MB that leaves you with only 512MB to play with.  To do the build, I would recommend no less than 2GB of Ram on the VPS.  To get around this, you could just download the pre-compiled binary that they have available.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shojayxt on February 01, 2016, 02:23:03 AM
There is now a Script available to install the Darknet wallet on you RPi2.

This has been tested on the Latest Jesse Raspbian Build and the Wheezy Raspbian Build available from the Raspberry Website Now. To avoid any issues, please use a clean fresh Raspbian Image.

Just download the script through the RPi itself then;

chmod +x Install-Darknet-RPi2

then to start the installation

./Install-Darknet-RPi2

The script will download, install all the necessary deps and git source as well as compile the binary and move it to your home directory.

When completed,

./darknet-qt

Nice!

I got an insufficient memory error installing Darknet onto a linux VPS with 768Mb memory... what could have caused this problem? It was a completely fresh instance of the VPS.

Building software on Linux requires memory.  With the base OS using somewhere around 256MB that leaves you with only 512MB to play with.  To do the build, I would recommend no less than 2GB of Ram on the VPS.  To get around this, you could just download the pre-compiled binary that they have available.

You could also just create a swap file.  You can build coin daemons from source on vps's with 768MB ram and a 2GB swap file.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 02:32:41 AM
I will make available the daemon files for your server shortly, as long as you have run the install script to install the deps, the binaries will work.

Though for various reasons providing statically linked binaries is a bad idea, we will provide these shortly.

Please be aware that running Masternodes on low cost VPS's may work now, but as the network grows, the resources that the Masternodes will use will increase and you will start having issues.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 01, 2016, 02:33:33 AM
There is now a Script available to install the Darknet wallet on you RPi2.

This has been tested on the Latest Jesse Raspbian Build and the Wheezy Raspbian Build available from the Raspberry Website Now. To avoid any issues, please use a clean fresh Raspbian Image.

Just download the script through the RPi itself then;

chmod +x Install-Darknet-RPi2

then to start the installation

./Install-Darknet-RPi2

The script will download, install all the necessary deps and git source as well as compile the binary and move it to your home directory.

When completed,

./darknet-qt

Nice!

I got an insufficient memory error installing Darknet onto a linux VPS with 768Mb memory... what could have caused this problem? It was a completely fresh instance of the VPS.

Building software on Linux requires memory.  With the base OS using somewhere around 256MB that leaves you with only 512MB to play with.  To do the build, I would recommend no less than 2GB of Ram on the VPS.  To get around this, you could just download the pre-compiled binary that they have available.

You could also just create a swap file.  You can build coin daemons from source on vps's with 768MB ram and a 2GB swap file.



Hm, good call. Since I only need darknetd and darknet-cli I can just build it anywhere, and upload only those two files to the VPS, no?

I would have just used a pre-compiled linux binary, but s3v3n purposely didn't build one.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 01, 2016, 02:36:26 AM
I will make available the daemon files for your server shortly, as long as you have run the install script to install the deps, the binaries will work.

Though for various reasons providing statically linked binaries is a bad idea, we will provide these shortly.

Please be aware that running Masternodes on low cost VPS's may work now, but as the network grows, the resources that the Masternodes will use will increase and you will start having issues.



Awesome-- much appreciated, thank you.

I'd like to get the masternode running, prove the concept to myself, and add resources to the VPS when I need to. It seems like it's really easy to simply upgrade the allocation of memory to the VPS when it's needed, without changing the installation.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 03:24:03 AM
Here are the daemon files, I have also included a script to just install the required deps etc. make sure you

chmod +x Install-Darknet-Deps

then

./Install-Darknet-Deps

https://github.com/Darknet-Crypto/Darknet/releases/download/v1.0.0.0/Darknet-Daemons-v1.0.0.0.zip



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: donnyespo on February 01, 2016, 03:33:19 AM
whats the max coin amount?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Belligerent Fool on February 01, 2016, 04:07:00 AM
This coin seems ok, could be used for a lot more things, mining is decent but ATM it is hard to get the 10K for a Obfuscation Masternode.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 04:14:35 AM
whats the max coin amount?

In the PoW phase, the max possible coins will be 64800000

We are still working the numbers to see what the following PoS phases will be. The numbers that have been proposed are just suggestions at this point.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 04:17:06 AM
This coin seems ok, could be used for a lot more things, mining is decent but ATM it is hard to get the 10K for a Obfuscation Masternode.

The increased difficulty of obtaining the required DNET to build a Masternode is what will help keep this coin moving in the right direction.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SushiNoTomato on February 01, 2016, 04:19:48 AM
This coin seems ok, could be used for a lot more things, mining is decent but ATM it is hard to get the 10K for a Obfuscation Masternode.

Will 10K always be the limit or will it go down ?

I agree it is hard to set up an ON "Obfuscation Node" while there is no exchange to buy some.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 04:44:58 AM
it will always be 10k, and there is an active exchange with sell orders as I write this.. :)

btcpool.exchange


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: glen123 on February 01, 2016, 03:28:30 PM
dnet.gcpool.eu (http://dnet.gcpool.eu)

Have Fun

Port 3352 for Vardiff
Port 3452 for Fixed Diff ( 0.1 ) 20Mhs+

Port 3552 for Fixed Diff ( 0.5 ) 200Mhs+


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 01, 2016, 05:29:06 PM
OK, so you want to start a DarkNet masternode, here's how to do it. Note, these instuctions are intended for
those running the Qt DarkNet wallet. If you are using darknetd the same steps apply, but, whenever a command is
to be entered in the console you would enter the command on the command line preceded by "./darnet-cli",
for example, to generate the masternode private key you would enter "./darknet-cli masternode genkey".
This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: First, open the console of your wallet and create an address for your masternode, do this by entering
"getaccountaddress MN". You can replace "MN" with whatever you would like to name your masternode.

Step 2: Send 10000DNET to the address you just created. It must be exactly 10000, in one transaction.

Step 3: Execute "masternode genkey" in your wallet's console.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf folder in the data directory for your wallet, edit it like so:

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Replace the Xs with the key generated when you ran "masternode genkey" in step 3.

Step 5: Save the darknet.conf file, close, and restart your wallet.

Step 6: In the console of your wallet enter "masternode start", assuming everything went well you should see a
message letting you know your masternode has been started successfully.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 01, 2016, 05:31:53 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 01, 2016, 07:42:20 PM
dnet.gcpool.eu (http://dnet.gcpool.eu)

Have Fun

Port 3352 for Vardiff
Port 3452 for Fixed Diff ( 0.1 ) 20Mhs+

Port 3552 for Fixed Diff ( 0.5 ) 200Mhs+
ty for pool, looks great  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: samspaces on February 01, 2016, 07:49:17 PM
How exactly is this a POS coin, if there is no stake notify and no POS difficulty in the 'getinfo' ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 01, 2016, 07:53:41 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier. To get
the TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}
very very good tutorial, thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 01, 2016, 07:55:08 PM
How exactly is this a POS coin, if there is no stake notify and no POS difficulty in the 'getinfo' ?
its all in OP, check it

Quote
PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 01, 2016, 08:07:56 PM
Hey guys, remember you can mine for FREE!!! 0% fees!!!

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Is everything fine? Over 60 mins with no payments, but everything was working great till that.

UPDATE: Nevermind, a bigger payment was on its way, all seems good.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: samspaces on February 01, 2016, 08:43:06 PM
How exactly is this a POS coin, if there is no stake notify and no POS difficulty in the 'getinfo' ?
its all in OP, check it

Quote
PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS

Yes, I've seen that. So where is the POS part in the daemon commands ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 01, 2016, 09:20:13 PM
How exactly is this a POS coin, if there is no stake notify and no POS difficulty in the 'getinfo' ?
its all in OP, check it

Quote
PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS

Yes, I've seen that. So where is the POS part in the daemon commands ?

- Your coins will not gain weight right now as PoS has not been implemented yet.

That's what OP said on page 7


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 01, 2016, 09:35:34 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}
Thank you for very Nice tutorial, however i still have a issue.
Can you post an exact example of this line: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​ ?

Have tried this, and wallet gets Runtime error:
MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH 1(index)

MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY
"TRANSACTIONHASH" : "1"

Where is my error/s?
Thank you,

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 01, 2016, 10:10:50 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}
Thank you for very Nice tutorial, however i still have a issue.
Can you post an exact example of this line: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​ ?

Have tried this, and wallet gets Runtime error:
MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH 1(index)

MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY
"TRANSACTIONHASH" : "1"

Where is my error/s?
Thank you,

IW

The port has to be 51472, not 9998. So, MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY 1


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 01, 2016, 10:11:52 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}
Thank you for very Nice tutorial, however i still have a issue.
Can you post an exact example of this line: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​ ?

Have tried this, and wallet gets Runtime error:
MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH 1(index)

MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY
"TRANSACTIONHASH" : "1"

Where is my error/s?
Thank you,

IW

Wrong port numbers


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: glen123 on February 01, 2016, 10:13:48 PM
dnet.gcpool.eu (http://dnet.gcpool.eu)

Have Fun

Port 3352 for Vardiff
Port 3452 for Fixed Diff ( 0.1 ) 20Mhs+

Port 3552 for Fixed Diff ( 0.5 ) 200Mhs+

@Dev : pls add to OP


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 01, 2016, 10:32:12 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}
Thank you for very Nice tutorial, however i still have a issue.
Can you post an exact example of this line: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​ ?

Have tried this, and wallet gets Runtime error:
MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH 1(index)

MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:9998 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY
"TRANSACTIONHASH" : "1"

Where is my error/s?
Thank you,

IW

The port has to be 51472, not 9998. So, MN1 xxx.xx.xx.xx:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY 1
Ok, thank you.

I tried this aproach on another masternode coin but same error, could it be the same issue of using wrong port?

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Woody20285 on February 02, 2016, 12:16:31 AM
What a great coin! Put out a quick article on
       BitcoinLasVegas.net http://wp.me/p5obbM-NC (http://wp.me/p5obbM-NC)
       to hopefully steer more people your way. Time
       to put in some buy orders.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on February 02, 2016, 12:30:25 AM
may i suggest we try getting onto yobit ?
sorry but i don't plan on using that btcpool exchange.
 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 02, 2016, 01:41:46 AM
We welcome any exchange. We have already submitted requests to Polo and Bittrex. Please feel free to take a moment and submit a request as well.

Thank You


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on February 02, 2016, 02:09:36 AM
We welcome any exchange. We have already submitted requests to Polo and Bittrex. Please feel free to take a moment and submit a request as well.

Thank You

Made a coin request
pls others should do so too
http://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: cryptohunter on February 02, 2016, 02:13:27 AM
yobit request sent


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 02, 2016, 02:28:10 AM
I have as well. Thanks Guys!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 02, 2016, 03:14:02 AM
The Explorer is now Online and Synced!! Thanks JK!!

http://darknetexplorer.coin-server.com/



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 02, 2016, 03:45:18 AM
Glad to help the community out.  Remember you can mine for free!!!  0% Fees

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Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Spartan36 on February 02, 2016, 04:43:31 AM
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                                                 OFFICIAL LAUNCH TIME WILL BE 12:00 PM SATURDAY JANUARY 30th PST





Algo: Quark
PoW Block Reward: 250 DNET
Block Time: 60 Second with Retargeting at every Block



PoW Phase: [0000001] 60k Premine for the Creation of 6 Masternodes for the Functioning of the Network (60k DNET will be Burned at approx. Block 259201)
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS



PoW Rewards Breakdown: [0000002-0043200] 20% MNODE (50 DNET) / 80% MINER (200 DNET)
PoW Rewards Breakdown: [0043201-0259201] 20% MNODE (50 DNET) / 70% MINER (175 DNET) / 10% PROPOSALS (25 DNET)

NODES:

addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=178.33.209.212
addnode=94.22.185.125
addnode=212.112.119.140
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=168.213.154.31
addnode=98.108.241.238
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=115.186.110.172
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=67.3.92.178
addnode=199.7.156.129
addnode=67.225.110.88
addnode=86.122.138.192
addnode=2.220.147.216
addnode=104.200.151.6
addnode=76.105.204.52
addnode=81.191.41.44
addnode=37.187.129.166
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=52.11.97.205
addnode=75.86.207.37
addnode=173.30.131.78
addnode=85.1.100.186
addnode=82.210.172.238
addnode=68.7.186.217
addnode=92.77.76.244
addnode=109.201.154.180
addnode=188.230.158.70
addnode=24.254.142.135
addnode=75.102.135.212
addnode=73.237.212.111


_______________________________________________________________________________ ____________


PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: 100% Stake



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PoS Rewards Breakdown: 50% Stake



PoS Phase 3: PoS [1036801-1555200] Approx. 360 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: 25% Stake



PoS Phase 4: PoS [1555201-2073600] Approx. 360 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: 10% Stake



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PoS Rewards Breakdown: 5% Stake









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What is max supply this coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 02, 2016, 05:34:35 AM
Thanks for cluttering up the ANN.. :) but you can figure out what the Max Coin Supply is with a little bit of math bro.. 250 x 1440 x 180 = 64800000

but since this coin will go PoS, essentially there is no max, as PoS allows you to generate a small amount of coin forever.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: MissCrypto on February 02, 2016, 05:41:02 AM
In the OP the link to dnet.gcpool.eu (http://dnet.gcpool.eu) is broken and the exchange link should probably be btcpool.exchange/Market?pair=DNET/BTC (http://btcpool.exchange/Market?pair=DNET/BTC).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 02, 2016, 07:14:29 AM
In the OP the link to dnet.gcpool.eu (http://dnet.gcpool.eu) is broken and the exchange link should probably be btcpool.exchange/Market?pair=DNET/BTC (http://btcpool.exchange/Market?pair=DNET/BTC).

Thanks, I updated the btcpool.exchange link, but the GCPool Link is just a really bad connection. not sure what is up with the connection delay


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: donnyespo on February 02, 2016, 02:00:27 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}

When setting up a second MN you just continue to add within the DNET conf file?

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

And if this is #2 for me then i change masternode=2 and use same privkey?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 02, 2016, 03:42:00 PM
OK, here is how to setup multiple DarkNet masternodes. I am going to use RPis as the masternodes in this example,
with a wallet on your laptop acting as the controller, I am also going to write this for 2 masternodes,
but the directions could be expanded to as many as you want. The concept could also be changed around as
you please using VPSs or other computers as your masternodes, as well as something else for the controller.
If using a VPS, or darknetd as opposed to the Qt wallet, all of the commands that are to be entered in the
console should be entered on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli",for example "./darknet-cli masternode
genkey". This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses.

Step 2: Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. Now, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Step 3: Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS IP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of the controller wallet, again, on the laptop in
this example, Modify the contents to match this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=0
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256

Step 5: Close the wallet and restart it.

Step 6: Open the darknet.conf file in the data directory of one of your masternode wallets, on a RPi in this
example. modify the contents of the file to look like this:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

Step 7: Close and restart that wallet.

Step 8: repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other masternode wallet, the other RPi in this example.

Final step: Now, both of your masternodes are setup, you just need to start them, you will do this with the
controlling wallet on your laptop. Open the console of the controlling wallet and enter "masternode start-many"
you should get an output something like this:
{
    "overall" : "Successfully started 2 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 2",
    "detail" : {
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn1",
            "result" : "successful"
        },
        "status" : {
            "alias" : "mn2",
            "result" : "successful"
        }
}

When setting up a second MN you just continue to add within the DNET conf file?

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Replacing the username and password with your own, and replacing the Xs with the masternode private key that
corresponds to the masternode alias you would like for this masternode.

And if this is #2 for me then i change masternode=2 and use same privkey?

The short answer is no.

Each masternode requires its own wallet with the darknet.conf matching the example, using a different private key. So, to have 2 masternodes set up following this example you would need 3 wallets, 1 for each masternode, and the wallet that holds the coins for each masternode and acts as the controlling wallet.

The "1" in the masternode=1 means true, "0" would mean false, "2" would not be applicable.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 02, 2016, 04:38:39 PM
The short answer is no.

Each masternode requires its own wallet with the darknet.conf matching the example, using a different private key. So, to have 2 masternodes set up following this example you would need 3 wallets, 1 for each masternode, and the wallet that holds the coins for each masternode and acts as the controlling wallet.

The "1" in the masternode=1 means true, "0" would mean false, "2" would not be applicable.

I don't understand why we need a separate wallet for each masternode.  I followed this guide here.

https://dashtalk.org/threads/reubens-start-multiple-masternodes-from-one-wallet-guide-start-many.4034/ (https://dashtalk.org/threads/reubens-start-multiple-masternodes-from-one-wallet-guide-start-many.4034/)

It's from the masternode guides sticky at the very same forum.  If the guide was bunk, I find it odd that it would be in a sticky on the official dash forum.  At the same time, I was under the impression that you needed different ports and/or external IPs for each masternode so I don't see how that is possible if all your masternodes are running off the same wallet.

This guide kinda sorta works for a while.  I get payouts but not as frequently as I should and there are lots of masternodes going offline with "expired" or "missing" messages.  I just figured that if there was anyone I could trust about masternodes, it would be DASH fanboys at their official forum but apparently not.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: glen123 on February 02, 2016, 05:07:04 PM
@Dev:

you changed in the OP the Stake Rate =

PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: Stake Rate has not been decided yet



PoS Phase 2: PoS [0518401-1036800] Approx. 360 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: Stake Rate has not been decided yet



Can you explain why ?

Edit : that was OP before =
PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: 100% Stake



PoS Phase 2: PoS [0518401-1036800] Approx. 360 DAYS



PoS Rewards Breakdown: 50% Stake




Regards Glen


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 02, 2016, 07:01:25 PM
@glen123

Until the PoS change occurs, those numbers are still being calculated. There are some calculations that still need to be worked out. We don't want this coin to have major inflationary issues, so we are not sure those previous numbers are appropriate.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 02, 2016, 07:37:03 PM
Which GPU miner works best on 280/290?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: raetsch on February 02, 2016, 07:46:03 PM
sgminer with quark/qubit optimization. think starting with sgminer 5.1.1


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 02, 2016, 08:11:19 PM
The short answer is no.

Each masternode requires its own wallet with the darknet.conf matching the example, using a different private key. So, to have 2 masternodes set up following this example you would need 3 wallets, 1 for each masternode, and the wallet that holds the coins for each masternode and acts as the controlling wallet.

The "1" in the masternode=1 means true, "0" would mean false, "2" would not be applicable.

I don't understand why we need a separate wallet for each masternode.  I followed this guide here.

https://dashtalk.org/threads/reubens-start-multiple-masternodes-from-one-wallet-guide-start-many.4034/ (https://dashtalk.org/threads/reubens-start-multiple-masternodes-from-one-wallet-guide-start-many.4034/)

It's from the masternode guides sticky at the very same forum.  If the guide was bunk, I find it odd that it would be in a sticky on the official dash forum.  At the same time, I was under the impression that you needed different ports and/or external IPs for each masternode so I don't see how that is possible if all your masternodes are running off the same wallet.

This guide kinda sorta works for a while.  I get payouts but not as frequently as I should and there are lots of masternodes going offline with "expired" or "missing" messages.  I just figured that if there was anyone I could trust about masternodes, it would be DASH fanboys at their official forum but apparently not.

That guide is only partially complete, it makes no reference to setting up the actual masternodes, only the controlling wallet used to start them. If you notice towards the beginning the environments used for the guide were mentioned, Local: Windows 8.1 64 bit, and Remote: Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit. In all likelihood the remote was on a VPS, as that is the most commonly used practice in any of the Dash masternode tutorials.

That guide assumed you had already set up masternodes elsewhere and were looking to control all of them from one wallet. If you don't have a wallet running as a masternode, and only put the information in the masternode.conf when the network looks for available masternodes it will not see your masternode, as the wallet doesn't announce itself as a masternode without masternode=1 in the darknet.conf.

A wallet will only function as a masternode for 1 private key, that is why each masternode needs its own wallet.

The reason your masternodes are expiring is because they are not actually running. You tell the network when you run "masternode start-many" "hey, I have some masternodes running at these addresses", the network takes your word for it and adds them to the list of available masternodes. The network never actually sees them, and they go to expired when the network doesn't see them for an hour or so.

I hope that was understandable, I am not always the best at explaining things.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 03, 2016, 01:04:27 AM
The Explorer is now Online and Synced!! Thanks JK!!

http://darknetexplorer.coin-server.com/



Cool! Thank you JK!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 03, 2016, 01:32:23 AM
Post your Addy JK so people can donate to your efforts!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 03, 2016, 04:09:43 AM
Post your Addy JK so people can donate to your efforts!! :)

Good idea, add it to signature..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: loutchano on February 03, 2016, 06:14:15 AM
New Pool DNET !!! 0.5% fees

configure your miner

cgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://mineblocks.eu:3023 -u B5w77HkG5tw2HiJvUsFgybk7obgJP6tNp3 -p x

Port: 3025, Diff: 8 Port: 3026, Diff: 32 Port: 3027, Diff: 256


http://mineblocks.eu

Happy Mining !! ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 03, 2016, 09:04:21 AM
I am getting only 2.8M on 290 with QRK algo........using sgminer 5.2.1..........whats wrong?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: raetsch on February 03, 2016, 09:06:06 AM
http://cryptomining-blog.com/4819-new-sgminer-with-optimized-quark-and-qubit-kernels/ (http://cryptomining-blog.com/4819-new-sgminer-with-optimized-quark-and-qubit-kernels/)

try this one.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 03, 2016, 09:21:27 AM
That guide is only partially complete, it makes no reference to setting up the actual masternodes, only the controlling wallet used to start them. If you notice towards the beginning the environments used for the guide were mentioned, Local: Windows 8.1 64 bit, and Remote: Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit. In all likelihood the remote was on a VPS, as that is the most commonly used practice in any of the Dash masternode tutorials.

That guide assumed you had already set up masternodes elsewhere and were looking to control all of them from one wallet. If you don't have a wallet running as a masternode, and only put the information in the masternode.conf when the network looks for available masternodes it will not see your masternode, as the wallet doesn't announce itself as a masternode without masternode=1 in the darknet.conf.

A wallet will only function as a masternode for 1 private key, that is why each masternode needs its own wallet.

The reason your masternodes are expiring is because they are not actually running. You tell the network when you run "masternode start-many" "hey, I have some masternodes running at these addresses", the network takes your word for it and adds them to the list of available masternodes. The network never actually sees them, and they go to expired when the network doesn't see them for an hour or so.

I hope that was understandable, I am not always the best at explaining things.

Thanks.  That does clear things up for me.  This one critical point was completely going over my head.  After reading your reply, I went back to the guide in question and noticed this line in step 3, "Startup your wallet in masternode mode and allow it to sync. Ensure all your dashd daemons are running properly on your remote servers.".

I only have 2 masternodes now (1 on desktop PC, 1 on mining rig) but at least both of them are running rock solid and giving me steady payouts.  Guess I'll have to setup a raspberry pi or some digital ocean droplets if I feel like investing the time and money to run more.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hepilord on February 03, 2016, 11:24:15 AM
how to setup solo mining?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 03, 2016, 12:57:04 PM
how to setup solo mining?

Seems like we can't. And I guess it's not profitable anymore. Try a pool with no registration, your address as username, and capital X as password. You'll get paid every 10 mins or so.

-o stratum+tcp://coin-server.com:4004 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -p X for example, it works smooth for me.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 03, 2016, 01:01:05 PM
I am getting only 2.8M on 290 with QRK algo........using sgminer 5.2.1..........whats wrong?

Try downloading another sgminer, with quark support.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 03, 2016, 02:36:37 PM
Coin-Server will have some periods of downtime today.  We have detected a hardware issue with the main OS disk and it needs to be replaced.

Thanks

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 03, 2016, 03:00:14 PM
Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 03, 2016, 03:06:26 PM
Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

why what problem you having ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 03, 2016, 03:09:58 PM
Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.
VOTE for DNET @safecex exchange + if added it will Automatically be on Multipool

https://safecex.com/coin/add?q=DNET


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 03, 2016, 03:13:59 PM
Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

why what problem you having ?

Can't register because I'm not receiving confirmation emails. Tried with multiple emails.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 03, 2016, 03:18:04 PM
Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

why what problem you having ?

Can't register because I'm not receiving confirmation emails. Tried with multiple emails.
PM me your username on the exchange and ill sort out your account


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: coins4lunch on February 03, 2016, 04:12:01 PM
How exactly is this a POS coin, if there is no stake notify and no POS difficulty in the 'getinfo' ?
its all in OP, check it

Quote
PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS

Yes, I've seen that. So where is the POS part in the daemon commands ?

- Your coins will not gain weight right now as PoS has not been implemented yet.

That's what OP said on page 7

I think samspaces has valid question still. Most PoW+PoS coins show stake data from getinfo and getmininginfo (stake, stakeweight, stakeinterest, pos difficulty) even when they are still in PoW phase and even if data shows values equal to 0. This one gives no sign of PoS at all.

But this coin seems most related to Dash, so maybe devs have not put that data into getinfo + getmininginfo commands yet.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 03, 2016, 04:36:05 PM
We are back online.  What a pain, the main OS drive had to be completely rebuilt.

All wallet data was safe through out the entire process and no shares were lost.

Thanks, and remember you can mine for free @

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ocminer on February 03, 2016, 04:42:18 PM
Thanks for the requests and sorry for the delay, here's the Pool:

https://dnet.suprnova.cc

have fun mining


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: plast555 on February 03, 2016, 04:58:45 PM
just figured out how to list Masternodes, so 60 Masternodes "enabled" in function until now !


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 03, 2016, 05:58:39 PM
Thanks for the requests and sorry for the delay, here's the Pool:

https://dnet.suprnova.cc

have fun mining

Thanks for the pool! That nomp pool was brutal.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: DanWalker on February 03, 2016, 06:07:42 PM
sweet , 1.7mhs running ccminer on 650ti


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on February 03, 2016, 11:16:47 PM
We're on Safecex, FINALLY!!!  :D
https://safecex.com/market?q=DNET/BTC

Happy Trading (Happy Accumulation).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 04, 2016, 03:09:12 AM
We're on Safecex, FINALLY!!!  :D
https://safecex.com/market?q=DNET/BTC

Happy Trading (Happy Accumulation).

Nice, because the market on btcpool.exchange has bids and offers crossed. First sign of a broken exchange.

Hey s3v3n, I'd like to run multiple masternodes on either a linux VPS instance or a linux server at home. Does each masternode require its own external IP address? Or can I simply run them in parallel using a different port for each daemon?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: plast555 on February 04, 2016, 03:46:54 AM
We're on Safecex, FINALLY!!!  :D
https://safecex.com/market?q=DNET/BTC

Happy Trading (Happy Accumulation).

Nice, because the market on btcpool.exchange has bids and offers crossed. First sign of a broken exchange.

Hey s3v3n, I'd like to run multiple masternodes on either a linux VPS instance or a linux server at home. Does each masternode require its own external IP address? Or can I simply run them in parallel using a different port for each daemon?

I can tell you just that wallet refuse any port what is not 51472, so 51472 is the only port what you can use !


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EmilioMann on February 04, 2016, 03:58:34 AM
total supply?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 04, 2016, 04:37:37 AM
We're on Safecex, FINALLY!!!  :D
https://safecex.com/market?q=DNET/BTC

Happy Trading (Happy Accumulation).

Nice, because the market on btcpool.exchange has bids and offers crossed. First sign of a broken exchange.

Hey s3v3n, I'd like to run multiple masternodes on either a linux VPS instance or a linux server at home. Does each masternode require its own external IP address? Or can I simply run them in parallel using a different port for each daemon?

You would need to slice your VPS into 10gb sections with at least 512 MB ram (at minimum) and run each wallet independently. They can share 1 external IP, but obviously must use different internal IP's let your router do the auto port assignments on the way out of your network.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 04, 2016, 04:46:47 AM
We now have a statically compiled RPi2 Binary available for download


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: nrvasquez on February 04, 2016, 09:05:42 AM
How much is it for a Masternode


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: plast555 on February 04, 2016, 09:19:00 AM
How much is it for a Masternode

10 000 coins


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: donnyespo on February 04, 2016, 04:31:10 PM
total supply?

62M after POW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 04, 2016, 06:24:35 PM

should be 64800000


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shojayxt on February 04, 2016, 06:45:49 PM
I like the fact that this coin isn't pushed by a bunch of shills.  Lot's of disparate hero, senior, full, and other members.  No talk of moon, when exchange, etc....  I like it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 04, 2016, 09:18:23 PM
I like the fact that this coin isn't pushed by a bunch of shills.  Lot's of disparate hero, senior, full, and other members.  No talk of moon, when exchange, etc....  I like it.

This is fascinating, indeed. :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Shkembe on February 04, 2016, 09:37:53 PM
How much is it for a Masternode

10 000 coins

Will try to set up one. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: malekbaba on February 04, 2016, 10:25:18 PM
what should be my .bat file for solo mining ? I want to solo mine with ccminer ... please help me


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 04, 2016, 10:45:50 PM
We are creating a proposal to serve as both a test and introduction to the decentralized voting system and to also get the opinions of the Masternode owners.

This is what we are planing for the PoS at Block 259201:

The PoS mechanism for DarkNet will be something that has to my knowledge never been tried in crypto before. We will be using a sort of seesaw mechanism based on the ratio of Masternodes to Staking Addresses (Wallets that are left open 24/7 and supporting the network) with a fixed overall reward per block.

The ideal ratio we will be determined later and open for discussion, but assuming this ratio is maintained, when a PoS block is found equal rewards will be delivered to Winning Masternode and Winning Staking Address, but if there are more staking addresses than the determined ratio then Masternodes will get a portion of the staking wallets reward and vice-versa.

This will be done in an attempt to keep the network protected by sufficient stake weight, while maintaining enough Masternodes to service the other features of the coin, and provide them with a slightly higher profitabilty than staking alone.

This has been altered from its original form, typically once a proposal has been submitted this would not happen, but, at the time of the change there was only one vote, from a member of the dev team, who agreed with the change.




Block Rewards


PoS Phase 1
100 DNET           40 to Masternode          40 to Staker          20 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 864000             Yrly Coin Cap: 52560000

PoS Phase 2
50 DNET             20 to Masternode          20 to Staker          10 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 432000             Yrly Coin Cap: 26280000

PoS Phase 3
25 DNET             10 to Masternode          10 to Staker            5 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 216000             Yrly Coin Cap: 13140000

PoS Phase 4+
5 DNET                 2 to Masternode           2 to Staker             1 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 43200               Yrly Coin Cap: 2628000


[Coin Supply after 4.5 yrs on 159408000]


To Vote YES

enter this in your Masternode Console;

mnbudget vote 112fe2318bc44f64fd343a2f0624a2ce85e296347f2c9d8fc9119f7361131c52 yes

To Vote NO

enter this in your Masternode Console;

mnbudget vote 112fe2318bc44f64fd343a2f0624a2ce85e296347f2c9d8fc9119f7361131c52 no

To Check the Status of the Voting Process

enter this in your Wallet Console;

mnbudget show




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: malekbaba on February 04, 2016, 10:52:34 PM
this is my .conf file
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=x
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
debug=1
algo=quark
addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=178.33.209.212
addnode=94.22.185.125
addnode=212.112.119.140
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=168.213.154.31
addnode=98.108.241.238
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=115.186.110.172
addnode=74.132.6.75

What should be my rpc port ? and please tell me what is my .bat file ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 05, 2016, 12:16:49 AM
We are creating a proposal to serve as both a test and introduction to the decentralized voting system and to also get the opinions of the Masternode owners.

This is what we are planing for the PoS at Block 259201:

The PoS mechanism for DarkNet will be something that has to my knowledge never been tried in crypto before. We will be using a sort of seesaw mechanism based on the ratio of Masternodes to Staking Addresses (Wallets that are left open 24/7 and supporting the network) with a fixed overall reward per block.

The ratio we will be aiming for will be 3 staking addresses to 1 Masternode. Assuming this ratio is maintained, when a PoS block is found the equal rewards will be delivered to Winning Masternode and Winning Staking Address, but if there are more staking addresses than the 3:1 then Masternodes will get a portion of the staking wallets reward and vice-versa.


Block Rewards


PoS Phase 1
100 DNET           40 to Masternode          40 to Staker          20 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 864000             Yrly Coin Cap: 52560000

PoS Phase 2
50 DNET             20 to Masternode          20 to Staker          10 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 432000             Yrly Coin Cap: 26280000

PoS Phase 3
25 DNET             10 to Masternode          10 to Staker            5 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 216000             Yrly Coin Cap: 13140000

PoS Phase 4+
5 DNET                 2 to Masternode           2 to Staker             1 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 43200               Yrly Coin Cap: 2628000


[Coin Supply after 4.5 yrs on 159408000]




More details to follow when the Proposal is Active and Available for Voting

Ah ha!  I see you realized you would never be able to guarantee that masternodes are a better investment than staking with the approach you had originally taken.  I was curious to see what you would come up with to solve the problem.

I think you are on the right track to a solution but it's not quite there yet.  There is one crucial thing you are forgetting.

You don't want a ratio of 3 staking addresses per masternode because not all staking addresses are created equal, while all masternodes are.  Individual addresses can contain any number of coins.  Obviously an addresses holding 1 DNET should not be treated the same as an address holding 1,000,000 DNET.

What you want is to ensure that a 10,000 DNET investment into a masternode pays out on average exactly 3x what you would receive from staking those same 10,000 DNET.  Thankfully, POS 2.0 and a flat reward should provide a fairly simply mechanism for achieving this.

Since POS 2.0 removes coinage from the equation, a given number of DNET is going to add the same amount of weight to the network no matter how old the coins are.  Start by counting how many coins are locked up in masternodes.  This is a simple calculation that I trust I don't need to spell out.  Now figure out how much weight that would put on the network IF those coins were staking instead of in masternodes.  Since we are talking about PoS 2.0, network weight should simply be equal to the number of maturing and actively staking coins, but I think I have seen a few random PoS 2.0 represent network weight by running the number of actively staking coins through some sort of seemingly arbitrary multiplier.  But I digress.....

Anyway, take the theoretical network weight of the masternode coins and multiply it by 3.  This should be the weight of the actual active PoS network if we are in a perfectly balanced and ideal 3:1 ratio of masternode:PoS rewards.  Each coin that is locked up in a masternode is getting 3x the ROI a staking coin is, and rewards can be as you outlined above.

Of course, in the real world, that perfect balance will never be maintained.  You would need to compare the actual PoS network weight to the theoretical ideal PoS network weight (which, again, is 3 times the weight that the masternode coins would provide if staking) and adjust the rewards every block according to how much those 2 numbers differ.

I hope this all makes sense.  I felt like I could be explaining this clearer but am not finding the right words.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 05, 2016, 01:11:47 AM
We are creating a proposal to serve as both a test and introduction to the decentralized voting system and to also get the opinions of the Masternode owners.

This is what we are planing for the PoS at Block 259201:

The PoS mechanism for DarkNet will be something that has to my knowledge never been tried in crypto before. We will be using a sort of seesaw mechanism based on the ratio of Masternodes to Staking Addresses (Wallets that are left open 24/7 and supporting the network) with a fixed overall reward per block.

The ratio we will be aiming for will be 3 staking addresses to 1 Masternode. Assuming this ratio is maintained, when a PoS block is found the equal rewards will be delivered to Winning Masternode and Winning Staking Address, but if there are more staking addresses than the 3:1 then Masternodes will get a portion of the staking wallets reward and vice-versa.


Block Rewards


PoS Phase 1
100 DNET           40 to Masternode          40 to Staker          20 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 864000             Yrly Coin Cap: 52560000

PoS Phase 2
50 DNET             20 to Masternode          20 to Staker          10 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 432000             Yrly Coin Cap: 26280000

PoS Phase 3
25 DNET             10 to Masternode          10 to Staker            5 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 216000             Yrly Coin Cap: 13140000

PoS Phase 4+
5 DNET                 2 to Masternode           2 to Staker             1 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 43200               Yrly Coin Cap: 2628000


[Coin Supply after 4.5 yrs on 159408000]




More details to follow when the Proposal is Active and Available for Voting

Ah ha!  I see you realized you would never be able to guarantee that masternodes are a better investment than staking with the approach you had originally taken.  I was curious to see what you would come up with to solve the problem.

I think you are on the right track to a solution but it's not quite there yet.  There is one crucial thing you are forgetting.

You don't want a ratio of 3 staking addresses per masternode because not all staking addresses are created equal, while all masternodes are.  Individual addresses can contain any number of coins.  Obviously an addresses holding 1 DNET should not be treated the same as an address holding 1,000,000 DNET.

What you want is to ensure that a 10,000 DNET investment into a masternode pays out on average exactly 3x what you would receive from staking those same 10,000 DNET.  Thankfully, POS 2.0 and a flat reward should provide a fairly simply mechanism for achieving this.

Since POS 2.0 removes coinage from the equation, a given number of DNET is going to add the same amount of weight to the network no matter how old the coins are.  So, we start with network weight as this reflects all the actively staking coins.  Then, we count all the masternodes and multiply by 10000 DNET to figure out how many coins are locked up in them.  Multiply this number by 3 and calculate how much weight that many coins would add to the network IF they were staking and not in masternodes.

Now compare the ratio of the theoretical weight of 3x the masternode coins to the actual weight of the current PoS network, and your ideal will have you end up at a 3:1 ratio.  If that ratio is not met, then use the seesaw mechanism you proposed to adjust the rewards accordingly.

EDIT : I know I am on the right track with this line of thinking, but I just got this nagging feeling like I said something incorrect or there is a detail I am forgetting.  Hold on, the adderall is kicking in.............

I really like where you are going with that. The general idea is really solid, my only concern is making Masternodes 3X as profitable as staking. I agree that when the balance is ideal owning a Masternode should be more profitable than staking, I am just not sure that 3X the profitability is appropriate. I would think more long the lines of 1.5X the profitability per coin.

Both parts of the equation are important, the Masternodes provide a valuable service to the network, servicing the Obfuscation, SwiftTX, and voting on proposals, and the staking wallets are actually processing the transactions, securing the network, and keeping the blockchain moving along.

I don't think we would want to make Masternodes so desirable as to take away from the amount of coins staking.

We need to find that perfect balance point. I think your way of doing it would work better than basing it on the number of staking addresses vs. Masternodes, I just think the profitability ratio needs some more thought. Feel free to tell me I am thinking about it all wrong, but do me the favor and explain why.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 05, 2016, 01:55:04 AM
We are creating a proposal to serve as both a test and introduction to the decentralized voting system and to also get the opinions of the Masternode owners.

This is what we are planing for the PoS at Block 259201:

The PoS mechanism for DarkNet will be something that has to my knowledge never been tried in crypto before. We will be using a sort of seesaw mechanism based on the ratio of Masternodes to Staking Addresses (Wallets that are left open 24/7 and supporting the network) with a fixed overall reward per block.

The ratio we will be aiming for will be 3 staking addresses to 1 Masternode. Assuming this ratio is maintained, when a PoS block is found the equal rewards will be delivered to Winning Masternode and Winning Staking Address, but if there are more staking addresses than the 3:1 then Masternodes will get a portion of the staking wallets reward and vice-versa.


Block Rewards


PoS Phase 1
100 DNET           40 to Masternode          40 to Staker          20 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 864000             Yrly Coin Cap: 52560000

PoS Phase 2
50 DNET             20 to Masternode          20 to Staker          10 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 432000             Yrly Coin Cap: 26280000

PoS Phase 3
25 DNET             10 to Masternode          10 to Staker            5 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 216000             Yrly Coin Cap: 13140000

PoS Phase 4+
5 DNET                 2 to Masternode           2 to Staker             1 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 43200               Yrly Coin Cap: 2628000


[Coin Supply after 4.5 yrs on 159408000]




More details to follow when the Proposal is Active and Available for Voting

Ah ha!  I see you realized you would never be able to guarantee that masternodes are a better investment than staking with the approach you had originally taken.  I was curious to see what you would come up with to solve the problem.

I think you are on the right track to a solution but it's not quite there yet.  There is one crucial thing you are forgetting.

You don't want a ratio of 3 staking addresses per masternode because not all staking addresses are created equal, while all masternodes are.  Individual addresses can contain any number of coins.  Obviously an addresses holding 1 DNET should not be treated the same as an address holding 1,000,000 DNET.

What you want is to ensure that a 10,000 DNET investment into a masternode pays out on average exactly 3x what you would receive from staking those same 10,000 DNET.  Thankfully, POS 2.0 and a flat reward should provide a fairly simply mechanism for achieving this.

Since POS 2.0 removes coinage from the equation, a given number of DNET is going to add the same amount of weight to the network no matter how old the coins are.  So, we start with network weight as this reflects all the actively staking coins.  Then, we count all the masternodes and multiply by 10000 DNET to figure out how many coins are locked up in them.  Multiply this number by 3 and calculate how much weight that many coins would add to the network IF they were staking and not in masternodes.

Now compare the ratio of the theoretical weight of 3x the masternode coins to the actual weight of the current PoS network, and your ideal will have you end up at a 3:1 ratio.  If that ratio is not met, then use the seesaw mechanism you proposed to adjust the rewards accordingly.

EDIT : I know I am on the right track with this line of thinking, but I just got this nagging feeling like I said something incorrect or there is a detail I am forgetting.  Hold on, the adderall is kicking in.............

I really like where you are going with that. The general idea is really solid, my only concern is making Masternodes 3X as profitable as staking. I agree that when the balance is ideal owning a Masternode should be more profitable than staking, I am just not sure that 3X the profitability is appropriate. I would think more long the lines of 1.5X the profitability per coin.

Both parts of the equation are important, the Masternodes provide a valuable service to the network, servicing the Obfuscation, SwiftTX, and voting on proposals, and the staking wallets are actually processing the transactions, securing the network, and keeping the blockchain moving along.

I don't think we would want to make Masternodes so desirable as to take away from the amount of coins staking.

We need to find that perfect balance point. I think your way of doing it would work better than basing it on the number of staking addresses vs. Masternodes, I just think the profitability ratio needs some more thought. Feel free to tell me I am thinking about it all wrong, but do me the favor and explain why.

I edited my post above while you were replying to me.  Then I read my original post and edited post and I pretty much said the same thing but even less clearly in my edited version!  Ugh, brain fog and I feel like I am not getting myself across but it seems you understand what I am saying, so I'm just gonna leave both versions be!

I completely agree that 3x the rewards for masternodes is too high.  I think 1.5x-2x maximum is appropriate.  I was using 3x as an example because s3v3nh4cks said 3 staking addresses for each masternode, so I was assuming 3x was the level he was shooting for.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 05, 2016, 02:55:52 AM
Please check out the updated proposal on this page.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13778486#msg13778486

If you are the Proud Owner of a Masternode, Please Vote, You get 1 vote per masternode that you own,

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 05, 2016, 08:17:32 AM
Please check out the updated proposal on this page.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13778486#msg13778486

If you are the Proud Owner of a Masternode, Please Vote, You get 1 vote per masternode that you own,

s3v3n

So is using a specific ratio of staking addresses:masternodes the method you are going to use for sure?  Because I liked everything else about your proposal except for this one point which is why I talked about using network weight as a guide to maintain a consistent ratio of rewards between stakers and masternodes.

I'm not trying to hype up my idea just for the sake of it.  I'm just saying that I really liked everything about your idea except for the way you implement it.  You were 90% of the way toward a really unique variation of PoS 2.0, but if you do the set ratio of staking addresses : masternodes thing and not the approach I outlined, it will be shit.  I don't know a nicer way to describe it but shit.

Would that even work?  How would you define a specific staking address as being "active"?  Is it even possible to assess how many different addresses are online at any given time?  I mean, if an address isn't submitting a block, the network doesn't know whether that address is "actively" staking or not.

Then there is the fact that treating an address with 1 DNET the same as an address with 1,000,000 DNET is just pants on head retarded for obvious reasons.

I just thought of a much simpler way of explaining what I am proposing rather than the paragraph's I wrote above.  I'm not concerned with the specific ratio atm, just need to use numbers to illustrate my point.

You originally said you were aiming for a ratio of 3 staking address to 1 masternode.  I am saying you are approaching the problem the wrong way.  You need to aim for a ratio of 30,000 staking coins to 10,000 masternode coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hepilord on February 05, 2016, 11:47:16 AM
i'm searchin working version of sgminer quark optimized for AMD. My sgminer do not work, i have error:

 Startup GPU initialization... Using settings from pool gcpool.eu.
 Startup Pool No = 0
 Initialising kernel quarkcoin.cl with nfactor 10, n 1024
 Error -46: Creating ExtraKernel #0 from program. (clCreateKernel)
 Failed to init GPU thread 0, disabling device 0


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: raetsch on February 05, 2016, 11:52:03 AM
http://cryptomining-blog.com/4819-new-sgminer-with-optimized-quark-and-qubit-kernels/ (http://cryptomining-blog.com/4819-new-sgminer-with-optimized-quark-and-qubit-kernels/)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hepilord on February 05, 2016, 12:09:04 PM
can someone shows his config? with 5.1.1 i have the same error


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 05, 2016, 01:31:01 PM
Please check out the updated proposal on this page.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13778486#msg13778486

If you are the Proud Owner of a Masternode, Please Vote, You get 1 vote per masternode that you own,

s3v3n

So is using a specific ratio of staking addresses:masternodes the method you are going to use for sure?  Because I liked everything else about your proposal except for this one point which is why I talked about using network weight as a guide to maintain a consistent ratio of rewards between stakers and masternodes.

I'm not trying to hype up my idea just for the sake of it.  I'm just saying that I really liked everything about your idea except for the way you implement it.  You were 90% of the way toward a really unique variation of PoS 2.0, but if you do the set ratio of staking addresses : masternodes thing and not the approach I outlined, it will be shit.  I don't know a nicer way to describe it but shit.

Would that even work?  How would you define a specific staking address as being "active"?  Is it even possible to assess how many different addresses are online at any given time?  I mean, if an address isn't submitting a block, the network doesn't know whether that address is "actively" staking or not.

Then there is the fact that treating an address with 1 DNET the same as an address with 1,000,000 DNET is just pants on head retarded for obvious reasons.

I just thought of a much simpler way of explaining what I am proposing rather than the paragraph's I wrote above.  I'm not concerned with the specific ratio atm, just need to use numbers to illustrate my point.

You originally said you were aiming for a ratio of 3 staking address to 1 masternode.  I am saying you are approaching the problem the wrong way.  You need to aim for a ratio of 30,000 staking coins to 10,000 masternode coins.

If you "thought a simpler way explaining what you're proposing" please share with us. I want to be sure I understood everything before supporting any decision.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 05, 2016, 01:32:51 PM
can someone shows his config? with 5.1.1 i have the same error

Can you show us your? What videocard are you using?
My config file is pretty standard, except the argument -k quarcoin

-k quarkcoin -o stratum+tcp://xxxxxx.xxxx.xxxxx:1234 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -p X --intensity 18 --worksize 64 -g 2


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on February 05, 2016, 01:48:07 PM
We are creating a proposal to serve as both a test and introduction to the decentralized voting system and to also get the opinions of the Masternode owners.

This is what we are planing for the PoS at Block 259201:

The PoS mechanism for DarkNet will be something that has to my knowledge never been tried in crypto before. We will be using a sort of seesaw mechanism based on the ratio of Masternodes to Staking Addresses (Wallets that are left open 24/7 and supporting the network) with a fixed overall reward per block.

The ratio we will be aiming for will be 3 staking addresses to 1 Masternode. Assuming this ratio is maintained, when a PoS block is found the equal rewards will be delivered to Winning Masternode and Winning Staking Address, but if there are more staking addresses than the 3:1 then Masternodes will get a portion of the staking wallets reward and vice-versa.


Block Rewards


PoS Phase 1
100 DNET           40 to Masternode          40 to Staker          20 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 864000             Yrly Coin Cap: 52560000

PoS Phase 2
50 DNET             20 to Masternode          20 to Staker          10 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 432000             Yrly Coin Cap: 26280000

PoS Phase 3
25 DNET             10 to Masternode          10 to Staker            5 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 216000             Yrly Coin Cap: 13140000

PoS Phase 4+
5 DNET                 2 to Masternode           2 to Staker             1 to Budget          Monthly Budget: 43200               Yrly Coin Cap: 2628000


[Coin Supply after 4.5 yrs on 159408000]




More details to follow when the Proposal is Active and Available for Voting

Ah ha!  I see you realized you would never be able to guarantee that masternodes are a better investment than staking with the approach you had originally taken.  I was curious to see what you would come up with to solve the problem.

I think you are on the right track to a solution but it's not quite there yet.  There is one crucial thing you are forgetting.

You don't want a ratio of 3 staking addresses per masternode because not all staking addresses are created equal, while all masternodes are.  Individual addresses can contain any number of coins.  Obviously an addresses holding 1 DNET should not be treated the same as an address holding 1,000,000 DNET.

What you want is to ensure that a 10,000 DNET investment into a masternode pays out on average exactly 3x what you would receive from staking those same 10,000 DNET.  Thankfully, POS 2.0 and a flat reward should provide a fairly simply mechanism for achieving this.

Since POS 2.0 removes coinage from the equation, a given number of DNET is going to add the same amount of weight to the network no matter how old the coins are.  Start by counting how many coins are locked up in masternodes.  This is a simple calculation that I trust I don't need to spell out.  Now figure out how much weight that would put on the network IF those coins were staking instead of in masternodes.  Since we are talking about PoS 2.0, network weight should simply be equal to the number of maturing and actively staking coins, but I think I have seen a few random PoS 2.0 represent network weight by running the number of actively staking coins through some sort of seemingly arbitrary multiplier.  But I digress.....

Anyway, take the theoretical network weight of the masternode coins and multiply it by 3.  This should be the weight of the actual active PoS network if we are in a perfectly balanced and ideal 3:1 ratio of masternode:PoS rewards.  Each coin that is locked up in a masternode is getting 3x the ROI a staking coin is, and rewards can be as you outlined above.

Of course, in the real world, that perfect balance will never be maintained.  You would need to compare the actual PoS network weight to the theoretical ideal PoS network weight (which, again, is 3 times the weight that the masternode coins would provide if staking) and adjust the rewards every block according to how much those 2 numbers differ.

I hope this all makes sense.  I felt like I could be explaining this clearer but am not finding the right words.

Yeah dude, pretty well thought out. Right on


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ocminer on February 05, 2016, 01:57:31 PM
can someone shows his config? with 5.1.1 i have the same error

Can you show us your? What videocard are you using?
My config file is pretty standard, except the argument -k quarcoin

-k quarkcoin -o stratum+tcp://xxxxxx.xxxx.xxxxx:1234 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -p X --intensity 18 --worksize 64 -g 2

./sgminer -k quarkcoin -o stratum+tcp://dnet.suprnova.cc:2906 -u suprnova.1 -p x -I 18 --worksize 64 -g 2

working fine here too.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hepilord on February 05, 2016, 02:16:20 PM
can someone shows his config? with 5.1.1 i have the same error

Can you show us your? What videocard are you using?
My config file is pretty standard, except the argument -k quarcoin

-k quarkcoin -o stratum+tcp://xxxxxx.xxxx.xxxxx:1234 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -p X --intensity 18 --worksize 64 -g 2


thanks for your help, problem solved


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 05, 2016, 04:14:12 PM
Please check out the updated proposal on this page.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13778486#msg13778486

If you are the Proud Owner of a Masternode, Please Vote, You get 1 vote per masternode that you own,

s3v3n

So is using a specific ratio of staking addresses:masternodes the method you are going to use for sure?  Because I liked everything else about your proposal except for this one point which is why I talked about using network weight as a guide to maintain a consistent ratio of rewards between stakers and masternodes.

I'm not trying to hype up my idea just for the sake of it.  I'm just saying that I really liked everything about your idea except for the way you implement it.  You were 90% of the way toward a really unique variation of PoS 2.0, but if you do the set ratio of staking addresses : masternodes thing and not the approach I outlined, it will be shit.  I don't know a nicer way to describe it but shit.

Would that even work?  How would you define a specific staking address as being "active"?  Is it even possible to assess how many different addresses are online at any given time?  I mean, if an address isn't submitting a block, the network doesn't know whether that address is "actively" staking or not.

Then there is the fact that treating an address with 1 DNET the same as an address with 1,000,000 DNET is just pants on head retarded for obvious reasons.

I just thought of a much simpler way of explaining what I am proposing rather than the paragraph's I wrote above.  I'm not concerned with the specific ratio atm, just need to use numbers to illustrate my point.

You originally said you were aiming for a ratio of 3 staking address to 1 masternode.  I am saying you are approaching the problem the wrong way.  You need to aim for a ratio of 30,000 staking coins to 10,000 masternode coins.

Like I said before, I totally agree with your method. I think you are focusing to much on the wording of the proposal. To my mind, what you laid out is really the mechanics of determining the ratio of Masternodes to staking addresses. If you don't like the way the proposal is worded then you could submit your own proposal for voting, but I think that your idea could be used with the proposal as it is written. PoS doesn't start for nearly 6 months, leaving plenty of time for discussions on the appropriate ratio and profitability of Masternodes vs. staking. As you said, it would be nearly impossible to accurately determine the number of active staking addresses, but the method you came up with basically returns a number representing that, while simultaneously calculating the ratio of stakers to Masternodes.

Don't get too hung up on semantics, you have a great idea, and I am sure that will be recognized.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 05, 2016, 11:18:17 PM
Like I said before, I totally agree with your method. I think you are focusing to much on the wording of the proposal. To my mind, what you laid out is really the mechanics of determining the ratio of Masternodes to staking addresses. If you don't like the way the proposal is worded then you could submit your own proposal for voting, but I think that your idea could be used with the proposal as it is written. PoS doesn't start for nearly 6 months, leaving plenty of time for discussions on the appropriate ratio and profitability of Masternodes vs. staking. As you said, it would be nearly impossible to accurately determine the number of active staking addresses, but the method you came up with basically returns a number representing that, while simultaneously calculating the ratio of stakers to Masternodes.

Don't get too hung up on semantics, you have a great idea, and I am sure that will be recognized.

Thanks.  I think I was obsessing over how to explain the idea properly because I wanted to ensure that those who are less experienced with crypto or with less technical knowledge would understand how and why the system I am proposing is superior.  You and tylerderden have expressed support, but of course you guys have been around long enough that I don't have to explain every detail to you.

Newbies don't need to know every detail though.  They just need to know what the end result will be, and my proposal along with the seesawing rewards would make DNET the first and only PoS coin with masternodes that is able to ensure a consistent distribution of newly minted coins between stakers and masternodes.  It will ALWAYS be more profitable to masternode vs. staking, guaranteed.

So, I will be voting "no" to the proposal laid out by s3v3nh4cks.  Perhaps I will submit my proposal for a vote, but the thing is, I am not a software developer.  I know my proposal is a good idea, but I wouldn't know where to begin with coding it.  I am not sure who else is working on this coin behind the scenes with s3v3nh4cks, but it would be nice if the developers would jump into the discussion and give some feedback here.  After all, I could draft proposals all day and we could all vote on them, but if we don't have people capable of implementing those proposals then it is all a waste of time.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 06, 2016, 01:29:17 AM
at this point is is just Stakebox and myself, and I am not in disagreement with you, we want to make this coin everything it can be and want everyones opinion of what they would like to see..

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 06, 2016, 01:58:55 AM
Hello guys, I took some time to read everything about the PoS proposal.

Please forgive me, my english is not very good, so I'll try to be as clear as possible. OP proposal is interesting but it has a big theoretical flaw. As pointed out we don't need a ratio of 3x staking addresses every 1x masternode. We need 10k DNET masternode investment pays out as  30k DNET staking coins. (if 3x will be the chosen ratio).  
So as masternode owner I'm voting no to the proposal, I understand the theory behind SockPuppetAccount proposal, pretty linear and more fair than considering every "staking address" worth the same without considering its weight.
I guess we'd need a programmer/the OP telling us how hard is to code such a feature. I can't understand last reply by S3v3n, it seems like he partially agrees too.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 06, 2016, 02:40:42 AM
at this point is is just Stakebox and myself, and I am not in disagreement with you, we want to make this coin everything it can be and want everyones opinion of what they would like to see..

s3v3n

Ah, I see.  I didn't read through the whole thread and didn't even know stakebox was officially on the team.  I think we are all in agreement then, and the issue here is again, semantics.

Saying "3 staking address per 1 masternode" is clumsy and inaccurate phrasing if what you meant was "newly minted coins will be rewarded at a ratio of 3:1 between masternodes and stakers" or "75% of newly minted coins will be rewarded to masternodes and 25% of newly minted coins will go to those who stake".  If I had realized what it was you meant to say, I would have been on board besides complaining that the 3:1 ratio was too high.

Hello guys, I took some time to read everything about the PoS proposal.

Please forgive me, my english is not very good, so I'll try to be as clear as possible. OP proposal is interesting but it has a big theoretical flaw. As pointed out we don't need a ratio of 3x staking addresses every 1x masternode. We need 10k DNET masternode investment pays out as  30k DNET staking coins. (if 3x will be the chosen ratio). 
So as masternode owner I'm voting no to the proposal, I understand the theory behind SockPuppetAccount proposal, pretty linear and more fair than considering every "staking address" worth the same without considering its weight.
I guess we'd need a programmer/the OP telling us how hard is to code such a feature. I can't understand last reply by S3v3n, it seems like he partially agrees too.

This guy gets it!  If this is just a matter of semantics, I suggest revising the proposal again because it's that "3 staking address per 1 masternode" phrase that is throwing us off.  A reward scheme that pays "3 staking address per 1 masternode" is very, very different and way, way crappier than what I've described.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 06, 2016, 04:24:53 AM
OK, the original idea behind submitting this proposal was really more intended to serve as an introduction to the decentralized blockchain voting part of DarkNet for the uninitiated, gauging support for the idea being fleshed out for rewards in the PoS phase was intended to be secondary. We never expected such an in depth analysis of the proposed reward determination mechanism. That just shows that there is genuine interest in this project, and comes as a welcome surprise. We have been tossing around different ideas regarding how exactly the "seesaw" mechanism would function, and have come to no firm conclusions.

SockPuppetAccount has proposed an incredibly simple and clever way to gauge the number of coins staking vs. locked up in Masternodes. By utilizing PoS 2.0, which does away with the concept of coin age, we can get an accurate estimate of the total number of coins that are staking by simply looking at the overall network stake weight. That can then be compared to the number of Masternodes and the ratio of coins that are staking to coins in Masternodes can easily be calculated. Barring a better idea, I feel that method best answers the questions that the "seesaw" concept poses. It really is a Eureka type idea.

The initial 3:1 ratio that was announced has been slightly misinterpreted to mean that the intent was for Masternodes to have 3X the profitability of staking. That was not the intent, we felt that having roughly the same number of coins in both general circulation and staking as locked up in Masternodes was probably a good ratio. The 3:1 came about from attempting to determine how that distribution might look, while not entirely arbitrary, that ratio was based on a lot of guessing, and probably shouldn't have been included in the proposal. In hindsight, it is probably good that it was, without SockPuppetAccount seeing, thinking about, and questioning it he may have never come up with the idea he did, I would like to think that we would have, but that could be wishful thinking, and I don't want to take anything away from him.

So, with all of that out of the way, we are still working to determine the ideal ratio of coins in general circulation and staking vs. coins in Masternodes, there is a delicate balance to achieve here. The profitability of Masternodes vs. staking is also not entirely determined yet. The consensus is that Masternodes should be more profitable compared with staking your coins, but how much more is open for debate. I, personally, think that when the ratio of Masternode coins to all other coins is at the determined ideal ratio Masternodes should be 1.25 to 1.5 times as profitable. Enough to encourage accumulation to build Masternodes, which will help the price, but not so much as to take away from the number of coins staking, which would reduce the security of the network. Input, opinions, and discussion in those regards are both welcome and encouraged.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 06, 2016, 08:42:17 AM
mnbudget show

Doesn't seem to work anymore, it returns nothing.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 06, 2016, 12:52:43 PM
The initial 3:1 ratio that was announced has been slightly misinterpreted to mean that the intent was for Masternodes to have 3X the profitability of staking. That was not the intent, we felt that having roughly the same number of coins in both general circulation and staking as locked up in Masternodes was probably a good ratio. The 3:1 came about from attempting to determine how that distribution might look, while not entirely arbitrary, that ratio was based on a lot of guessing, and probably shouldn't have been included in the proposal. In hindsight, it is probably good that it was, without SockPuppetAccount seeing, thinking about, and questioning it he may have never come up with the idea he did, I would like to think that we would have, but that could be wishful thinking, and I don't want to take anything away from him.

Ahhhh, I see now.  The intent of the 3:1 ratio thing was totally lost in communication.  When I had questioned s3v3nh4cks about the original PoS reward schedule, he said that masternodes would always be more profitable than staking.  The only way to guarantee that is to implement PoS 2.0 with a flat reward and tightly control the distribution of coins between masternodes and stakers, so I immediately assumed this was what he meant when he revealed the latest proposal.

You are correct though in that I would have never thought of my idea if it wasn't for this miscommunication.  I think that if someone sat me down and asked me to come up with a reward scheme for a PoS coin with masternodes where it was guaranteed that masternodes would be more profitable than staking, I would have come up with pretty much the same idea IF I had thought of the "seesaw" reward scheme.  You guys came up with that, I just came up with a way to implement it simply and efficiently.  Combine the two and you end up with a very elegant solution to the problem of controlling distribution of new coins in a PoS coin with masternodes, something that has never been done before.

So, with all of that out of the way, we are still working to determine the ideal ratio of coins in general circulation and staking vs. coins in Masternodes, there is a delicate balance to achieve here. The profitability of Masternodes vs. staking is also not entirely determined yet. The consensus is that Masternodes should be more profitable compared with staking your coins, but how much more is open for debate. I, personally, think that when the ratio of Masternode coins to all other coins is at the determined ideal ratio Masternodes should be 1.25 to 1.5 times as profitable. Enough to encourage accumulation to build Masternodes, which will help the price, but not so much as to take away from the number of coins staking, which would reduce the security of the network. Input, opinions, and discussion in those regards are both welcome and encouraged.

Yes, this is the big question mark.  I have seen both of you around the forum before and I get the sense you are both serious about this project and in it for the long haul.  When you think about it, has there ever been a "serious" PoS coin with masternodes?  No.  They have all been shit-coins and scam-coins.  This is because when you think about it, a pure PoS coin does not play well with masternodes.  It works fine in DASH because PoW is securing the blockchain so in theory 100% of the coins could be locked up in masternodes and it would not compromise network security.  With a pure PoS coin though?  Well, the same resource (coins) is securing the blockchain and the masternode network.  Too many coins locked up in masternodes compromises the blockchain.  Too many coins staking leads to a weak masternode network.  If the goal is to find the ideal balance between both while ensuring that masternodes will always be more profitable than staking, we are in uncharted territory.

Not ending PoW and making the coin mixed PoW/PoS for the long run is something to consider.  Minor point to keep in mind with mixed PoW/PoS though is that a masternode will be getting rewarded every block, while miners and stakers will be splitting the blocks 50/50.  So if the goal is guaranteeing that masternodes will always pay 1.25-1.5x as much as staking, the "seesaw" reward algorithm with need to account for this so that stakers aren't cheated out of half their reward and the masternode bonus becomes effectively 2.5-3x.

If PoW is off the table though?  It will be all about finding just the right balance and it maybe wise to seesaw the rewards back towards PoS at a certain point.  Rather than designing the seesaw rewards to always pay 1.25-1.5x the reward to masternodes, maybe only guarantee the masternode bonus up until a certain percentage of total coins are locked up in masternodes.  Then tilt the rewards back in the other direction to discourage new masternode creation and encourage some masternode owners to stake instead.  Admittedly, I am not knowledgeable enough with this stuff to say for sure at what point too many masternodes begins to seriously threaten the security of the blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 06, 2016, 01:15:35 PM
OK, I'm reading the discussion here about how to balance the rewards between masternodes and staking, and I think I might be able to help by taking a step back and injecting some game theory into the equation.

Parking coins in a masternode or in a staking wallet is essentially exactly the same cost. With the exception of MN setup, you are "paying" the right to move/spend coins in order for a reward. So from an economic perspective, if a holder of DNET is going to pay the same procedural cost and get a larger reward from one method or the other, the network will move quickly towards being overweight on that method.

In formulating a balanced proposal, then, we need to remove this as a factor: because the *direct* cost of parking coins is exactly the same, staking should (in the long run) yield exactly the same reward as running a masternode.

This is only half of the equation though. Masternodes do deserve additional rewards over staking, but this can't come from an overt greater percentage; it has to come commensurate with the additional costs a MN incurs:

- MNs have to park coins with 10k DNET while stakers can earn stake on any amount of granularity
- MNs (not technically, but practically) have higher hosting and setup costs for the sake of security

Those costs are negligible now when the DNET network is young. As/if it grows, they will increase. So rewards/benefits for these additional costs should be criteria that are negligible now, but would grow to significance along with the network, as opposed to a static staking reward whose attractiveness is wholly dependent on the external marketplace value of DNET. This makes it so that there's an in-built, long-term incentive on the horizon.

With all this, I suggest the following additional benefits for DNET masternodes, over simple staking nodes:

- the receipt of all transaction fees (tx fees appearing in a staked block could simply be burned)
- voting rights, including proposals on increasing tx fee assessment at regular long-term intervals (every 100k blocks depending on network growth?)

The important part of this solution is that it puts to rest the attempt to predictively pull a ratio out of our asses that balance masternodes and staking. Economists try to do this all the time and fail hard. So cut it out of the equation.

I'll figure out how to formulate a formal network proposal from this depending on feedback in this thread.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 06, 2016, 01:28:33 PM
OK, I'm reading the discussion here about how to balance the rewards between masternodes and staking, and I think I might be able to help by taking a step back and injecting some game theory into the equation.

Parking coins in a masternode or in a staking wallet is essentially exactly the same cost. With the exception of MN setup, you are "paying" the right to move/spend coins in order for a reward. So from an economic perspective, if a holder of DNET is going to pay the same procedural cost and get a larger reward from one method or the other, the network will move quickly towards being overweight on that method.

In formulating a balanced proposal, then, we need to remove this as a factor: because the *direct* cost of parking coins is exactly the same, staking should (in the long run) yield exactly the same reward as running a masternode.

This is only half of the equation though. Masternodes do deserve additional rewards over staking, but this can't come from an overt greater percentage; it has to come commensurate with the additional costs a MN incurs:

- MNs have to park coins with 10k DNET while stakers can earn stake on any amount of granularity
- MNs (not technically, but practically) have higher hosting and setup costs for the sake of security

Those costs are negligible now when the DNET network is young. As/if it grows, they will increase. So rewards/benefits for these additional costs should be criteria that are negligible now, but would grow to significance along with the network, as opposed to a static staking reward whose attractiveness is wholly dependent on the external marketplace value of DNET. This makes it so that there's an in-built, long-term incentive on the horizon.

With all this, I suggest the following additional benefits for DNET masternodes, over simple staking nodes:

- the receipt of all transaction fees (tx fees appearing in a staked block could simply be burned)
- voting rights, including proposals on increasing tx fee assessment at regular long-term intervals (every 100k blocks depending on network growth?)

The important part of this solution is that it puts to rest the attempt to predictively pull a ratio out of our asses that balance masternodes and staking. Economists try to do this all the time and fail hard. So cut it out of the equation.

I'll figure out how to formulate a formal network proposal from this depending on feedback in this thread.

I agree with pretty much everything.

I'm not sure about the significance of transaction fees though and while I'm biased as I don't particularily like staking and have a few masternodes myself, I think masternodes should be rewarded noticeably more than stakers. Unless of course you can set up as many masternodes on one computer as you please (which is not a good idea).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 06, 2016, 01:42:54 PM
OK, I'm reading the discussion here about how to balance the rewards between masternodes and staking, and I think I might be able to help by taking a step back and injecting some game theory into the equation.

Parking coins in a masternode or in a staking wallet is essentially exactly the same cost. With the exception of MN setup, you are "paying" the right to move/spend coins in order for a reward. So from an economic perspective, if a holder of DNET is going to pay the same procedural cost and get a larger reward from one method or the other, the network will move quickly towards being overweight on that method.

In formulating a balanced proposal, then, we need to remove this as a factor: because the *direct* cost of parking coins is exactly the same, staking should (in the long run) yield exactly the same reward as running a masternode.

This is only half of the equation though. Masternodes do deserve additional rewards over staking, but this can't come from an overt greater percentage; it has to come commensurate with the additional costs a MN incurs:

- MNs have to park coins with 10k DNET while stakers can earn stake on any amount of granularity
- MNs (not technically, but practically) have higher hosting and setup costs for the sake of security

Those costs are negligible now when the DNET network is young. As/if it grows, they will increase. So rewards/benefits for these additional costs should be criteria that are negligible now, but would grow to significance along with the network, as opposed to a static staking reward whose attractiveness is wholly dependent on the external marketplace value of DNET. This makes it so that there's an in-built, long-term incentive on the horizon.

With all this, I suggest the following additional benefits for DNET masternodes, over simple staking nodes:

- the receipt of all transaction fees (tx fees appearing in a staked block could simply be burned)
- voting rights, including proposals on increasing tx fee assessment at regular long-term intervals (every 100k blocks depending on network growth?)

The important part of this solution is that it puts to rest the attempt to predictively pull a ratio out of our asses that balance masternodes and staking. Economists try to do this all the time and fail hard. So cut it out of the equation.

I'll figure out how to formulate a formal network proposal from this depending on feedback in this thread.

I agree with pretty much everything.

I'm not sure about the significance of transaction fees though and while I'm biased as I don't particularily like staking and have a few masternodes myself, I think masternodes should be rewarded noticeably more than stakers. Unless of course you can set up as many masternodes on one computer as you please (which is not a good idea).

Apparently you can as long as they have different internal IPs. But I haven't set any up yet, still moving up that learning curve.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 06, 2016, 05:44:18 PM
notsofast, on a purely theoretical level I mostly agree with you, but I think there is nuance to this discussion that you are not factoring in nor are you considering realities of the current alt-coin scene.

Parking coins in a masternode or in a staking wallet is essentially exactly the same cost. With the exception of MN setup, you are "paying" the right to move/spend coins in order for a reward. So from an economic perspective, if a holder of DNET is going to pay the same procedural cost and get a larger reward from one method or the other, the network will move quickly towards being overweight on that method.

In formulating a balanced proposal, then, we need to remove this as a factor: because the *direct* cost of parking coins is exactly the same, staking should (in the long run) yield exactly the same reward as running a masternode.

This is only half of the equation though. Masternodes do deserve additional rewards over staking, but this can't come from an overt greater percentage; it has to come commensurate with the additional costs a MN incurs:

- MNs have to park coins with 10k DNET while stakers can earn stake on any amount of granularity
- MNs (not technically, but practically) have higher hosting and setup costs for the sake of security

What about human capital?  Do you consider your time, effort, and knowledge to be worthless?  Reality is that people simply will not bother setting up masternodes, and they will shut down any masternodes they were running throughout PoW, if they don't get a decent bonus for running them.

Those costs are negligible now when the DNET network is young. As/if it grows, they will increase. So rewards/benefits for these additional costs should be criteria that are negligible now, but would grow to significance along with the network, as opposed to a static staking reward whose attractiveness is wholly dependent on the external marketplace value of DNET. This makes it so that there's an in-built, long-term incentive on the horizon.

Besides maybe taking a few extra security precautions, nothing about running a masternode is fundamentally different if DNET has a 50 dollar market cap or a 5 million dollar market.  The costs are not going to scale with the size of the network. 

You are also forgetting about risk, which will scale with the network and time, only it will scale inversely.  Very few alt-coins survive and thrive long.  Risk of holding DNET will only decrease as it becomes more established.

Also, going back to my previous point about how people will not bother running masternodes if they aren't rewarded for it, DNET is going to have a hell of a time growing to significance if it cannot convince people to participate and invest.  There are so many coins out there and public interest in alt-coins is relatively low.  This isn't like BTC where it was something new and Satoshi could take his sweet time developing it and spreading the word.  You gotta have a hook to draw people in and grow the community early.  If you don't, people will just move along to another coin.

With all this, I suggest the following additional benefits for DNET masternodes, over simple staking nodes:

- the receipt of all transaction fees (tx fees appearing in a staked block could simply be burned)
- voting rights, including proposals on increasing tx fee assessment at regular long-term intervals (every 100k blocks depending on network growth?)

The important part of this solution is that it puts to rest the attempt to predictively pull a ratio out of our asses that balance masternodes and staking. Economists try to do this all the time and fail hard. So cut it out of the equation.

Relating to my previous point, transaction fees are unlikely to be significant for a long, long time, if ever.  I just don't see transaction fees and voting rights as a significant enough of a bonus to entice people to run masternodes.

I also don't see trying to establish a set ratio of rewards for masternodes and stakers as comparable to what economists do.  Maybe in a way, but it's nothing different than any other crypto.  Someone needs to set a reward schedule to determine method of distribution, inflation rate, total supply, etc.  Baking a bonus for masternodes into the protocol is nothing but an extension of that.  It isn't analogous to Keynesian economists attempting to regulate and control a free market.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on February 06, 2016, 07:53:30 PM
The initial 3:1 ratio that was announced has been slightly misinterpreted to mean that the intent was for Masternodes to have 3X the profitability of staking. That was not the intent, we felt that having roughly the same number of coins in both general circulation and staking as locked up in Masternodes was probably a good ratio. The 3:1 came about from attempting to determine how that distribution might look, while not entirely arbitrary, that ratio was based on a lot of guessing, and probably shouldn't have been included in the proposal. In hindsight, it is probably good that it was, without SockPuppetAccount seeing, thinking about, and questioning it he may have never come up with the idea he did, I would like to think that we would have, but that could be wishful thinking, and I don't want to take anything away from him.

Ahhhh, I see now.  The intent of the 3:1 ratio thing was totally lost in communication.  When I had questioned s3v3nh4cks about the original PoS reward schedule, he said that masternodes would always be more profitable than staking.  The only way to guarantee that is to implement PoS 2.0 with a flat reward and tightly control the distribution of coins between masternodes and stakers, so I immediately assumed this was what he meant when he revealed the latest proposal.

You are correct though in that I would have never thought of my idea if it wasn't for this miscommunication.  I think that if someone sat me down and asked me to come up with a reward scheme for a PoS coin with masternodes where it was guaranteed that masternodes would be more profitable than staking, I would have come up with pretty much the same idea IF I had thought of the "seesaw" reward scheme.  You guys came up with that, I just came up with a way to implement it simply and efficiently.  Combine the two and you end up with a very elegant solution to the problem of controlling distribution of new coins in a PoS coin with masternodes, something that has never been done before.

So, with all of that out of the way, we are still working to determine the ideal ratio of coins in general circulation and staking vs. coins in Masternodes, there is a delicate balance to achieve here. The profitability of Masternodes vs. staking is also not entirely determined yet. The consensus is that Masternodes should be more profitable compared with staking your coins, but how much more is open for debate. I, personally, think that when the ratio of Masternode coins to all other coins is at the determined ideal ratio Masternodes should be 1.25 to 1.5 times as profitable. Enough to encourage accumulation to build Masternodes, which will help the price, but not so much as to take away from the number of coins staking, which would reduce the security of the network. Input, opinions, and discussion in those regards are both welcome and encouraged.

Yes, this is the big question mark.  I have seen both of you around the forum before and I get the sense you are both serious about this project and in it for the long haul.  When you think about it, has there ever been a "serious" PoS coin with masternodes?  No.  They have all been shit-coins and scam-coins.  This is because when you think about it, a pure PoS coin does not play well with masternodes.  It works fine in DASH because PoW is securing the blockchain so in theory 100% of the coins could be locked up in masternodes and it would not compromise network security.  With a pure PoS coin though?  Well, the same resource (coins) is securing the blockchain and the masternode network.  Too many coins locked up in masternodes compromises the blockchain.  Too many coins staking leads to a weak masternode network.  If the goal is to find the ideal balance between both while ensuring that masternodes will always be more profitable than staking, we are in uncharted territory.

Not ending PoW and making the coin mixed PoW/PoS for the long run is something to consider.  Minor point to keep in mind with mixed PoW/PoS though is that a masternode will be getting rewarded every block, while miners and stakers will be splitting the blocks 50/50.  So if the goal is guaranteeing that masternodes will always pay 1.25-1.5x as much as staking, the "seesaw" reward algorithm with need to account for this so that stakers aren't cheated out of half their reward and the masternode bonus becomes effectively 2.5-3x.

If PoW is off the table though?  It will be all about finding just the right balance and it maybe wise to seesaw the rewards back towards PoS at a certain point.  Rather than designing the seesaw rewards to always pay 1.25-1.5x the reward to masternodes, maybe only guarantee the masternode bonus up until a certain percentage of total coins are locked up in masternodes.  Then tilt the rewards back in the other direction to discourage new masternode creation and encourage some masternode owners to stake instead.  Admittedly, I am not knowledgeable enough with this stuff to say for sure at what point too many masternodes begins to seriously threaten the security of the blockchain.

Suggestion: is it possible to have masternodes of higher amounts get rewarded more? ex. putting aside 10,000 DNET gives you 1.25 - 1.5x, setting aside 20,000 gives you 1.35 - 1.65.
This might might things slightly more complicated but it would reward those who are willing to hold more DNET while also securing the network.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 07, 2016, 03:07:24 AM
Wow. This has got to be the most serious and intellectual page I have seen on this forum in a long time, completely devoid of the mindless drivel commonly found around here, it is refreshing. I had to read the page several times before posting a response, and I still may miss some things I meant to touch on.

Well, the same resource (coins) is securing the blockchain and the masternode network.  Too many coins locked up in masternodes compromises the blockchain.  Too many coins staking leads to a weak masternode network.  If the goal is to find the ideal balance between both while ensuring that masternodes will always be more profitable than staking, we are in uncharted territory.

This is the fundamental issue at hand. Where is the line to be drawn? I think it may be best to consider the ideal ratio over time, keeping an eye on the number of coins locked up in Masternodes, evaluating the performance of that part of the network. Right now, with little hard data to go off of, my gut tells me they should be close to even, with slightly more coins staking. I reserve the right to change my opinion on that. That is actually one of the easier parts to code and calculate, and could be put off until closer to crunch time.

Not ending PoW and making the coin mixed PoW/PoS for the long run is something to consider.

If PoW is off the table though?

While it is the most fair way of doing the initial distribution, I think it is off the table as the long term method of securing the blockchain. Both s3v3nh4cks and myself are believers in the idea of PoS, and the energy efficient blockchain security it provides.

It will be all about finding just the right balance and it maybe wise to seesaw the rewards back towards PoS at a certain point.  Rather than designing the seesaw rewards to always pay 1.25-1.5x the reward to masternodes, maybe only guarantee the masternode bonus up until a certain percentage of total coins are locked up in masternodes.  Then tilt the rewards back in the other direction to discourage new masternode creation and encourage some masternode owners to stake instead.

You are exactly right, that is the whole point of the "seesaw". When there is a higher than desirable ratio of coins staking the reward split between the stakers and the Masternodes would swing in favor of the Masternodes, increasing the percentage of the block rewards sent to the Masternodes. this would make Masternodes have a higher than normal desirability, increasing their numbers and bringing the ratio back into balance. The opposite would be true when the number of Masternodes grows beyond the decided ratio. The stakers would get a higher percentage of the block rewards, which would have the effect of pulling coins out of Masternodes to stake, once again bringing the system in check.

- MNs have to park coins with 10k DNET while stakers can earn stake on any amount of granularity
- MNs (not technically, but practically) have higher hosting and setup costs for the sake of security

You have highlighted 2 of the primary reasons Masternodes should earn more than staking your coins. But, you have left out another, maybe more important, reason. That would be the higher initial investment. Right now, 10k DNET may only require an investment of $8-$15 dollars, depending on the cost to mine or purchase them, but that will change as the coin matures, and gains value as we are working to make happen. It may come to pass that the investment required to own a Masternode would become substantial. The additional profits given to Masternodes, I feel, should reflect the disparity in the required investment. As SockPuppetAccount pointed out, I am not sure that the transaction fees and voting rights alone would be able to justify the added initial investment.

The important part of this solution is that it puts to rest the attempt to predictively pull a ratio out of our asses that balance masternodes and staking. Economists try to do this all the time and fail hard. So cut it out of the equation.

I get your hesitance to attempt to establish a ratio, but, I don't think the ratio needs to be "pulled out of our asses". That will be one of the most important pieces of the puzzle, but I think, with a bit of careful observation and research, an ideal ratio can be deduced without the need to resort to guessing. Without a built in mechanism controlling the ratio of Masternodes to stakers, over time, any additional incentive to Masternodes would tend to push all available coins into Masternodes.

 
Suggestion: is it possible to have masternodes of higher amounts get rewarded more? ex. putting aside 10,000 DNET gives you 1.25 - 1.5x, setting aside 20,000 gives you 1.35 - 1.65.
This might might things slightly more complicated but it would reward those who are willing to hold more DNET while also securing the network.

While yes, it would be possible, I don't think it would be a good idea. First, it would introduce an added level of complexity into coding the rewards structure. Second, it would be taking an increased amount away from the stakers, but only when a "Supermasternode" was the winning Masternode, making the income from staking much more unpredictable. Third, it would lead to the desire for bigger and bigger Masternodes, earning a higher and higher percentage of the block rewards, which could quickly become a runaway train. Finally, it would create more of a cast system, a kind of haves and have nots scenario, where the "Supermasternodes" are getting paid more and pull away from everyone else as far as the number of coins they control, which I don't think anyone wants.

Let's keep this dialog going, I really appreciate the input of everyone. Let me know if you think I am wrong about anything, and if you think I am right about anything. As we come to consensus on some issues we can hone in on other aspects where there may still be some disagreement or confusion. Be sure to let it known if you didn't understand anything I said, or would like clarification of any points, or if you think I skipped over something important. Based on the level of conversation I have seen in here, I feel as a group we can come up with something that could only be dreamed about when working on an individual basis.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 07, 2016, 01:57:52 PM
Thanks for your responses to my suggestion-- I get that people want Masternodes to natively provide a greater rate of return. I think maybe I didn't put enough stress on the voting dynamic, and why it's such a worthwhile advantage over and above an equivalent rate of return on any locked-away balances, whether or not they're in masternodes.

My disregard for the human capital input to setting up a MN, and the currently negligible tx fees play into this.

Probably one of the first DIPs (Darknet Improvement Protocols) would be to establish clear future protocols for voting on DIPs: length of time until vote, how old MNs must be before they receive voting rights, where the DIPs must be posted publicly, etc. Once those parameters are set, I'm pretty sure the very first order of discussion will be a DIP on how much to increase the masternode reward above its current level of equivalency with the staking reward while maintaining balance. A well-established framework on the rights to set your own salary should be enough of an attractor to encourage new people to run MNs even if, until that DIP is resolved, the reward is no different. This increased reward could even be subject to regular review and re-voting within the MN voting network, similar to Heavycoin's periodic block reward voting. The key improvement would be the rights-holding class has a vested interest in actively voting to balance capital preservation with the health of the network.

If voting on all issues were periodic we could add tx fees to the items for regular review. They don't have to be negligible if the DNET network becomes a valuable way to transact anonymously.

I suppose my main thrust is that a dynamic, actively-voted network may hold more value than the early parameters we're currently trying to set in stone for the forseeable future. A PoW-less, secure, binary (MN-PoS) network isn't completely revolutionary, but if we build the system around accepting a changing dynamic between the two sets of DNET holders, the network has a really good shot at responding well to the demands made on it. This is in stark contrast to Bitcoin as it is now.

Aside: I really like the quality of this discussion. Thanks, people!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: riceberry on February 07, 2016, 04:18:05 PM
Nice discussion going on here.

It looks like your website http://darknet-crypto.com/ needs some updating.

I'm interested to know what you have for future plans for Darknet ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 07, 2016, 05:02:39 PM
It seems the block explorer got stuck.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Woody20285 on February 07, 2016, 07:12:50 PM
Nice discussion going on here.
It looks like your website http://darknet-crypto.com/ needs some updating.
I'm interested to know what you have for future plans for Darknet ?
Agreed - this is one of the best, most intelligent
discussions I have seem on a coin in a long time.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: riceberry on February 07, 2016, 07:50:38 PM
Just a suggestion, don't mean to offend, but the red in the wallet is really overpowering. I don't think it looks very good.
Maybe hire a designer to make a better version.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 07, 2016, 07:54:01 PM
Just a suggestion, don't mean to offend, but the red in the wallet is really overpowering. I don't think it looks very good.
Maybe hire a designer to make a better version.

+1, i had to switch to classic theme  ::)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 07, 2016, 08:03:41 PM
There is a White theme and also the classic theme. I will build more themes shortly..  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: riceberry on February 07, 2016, 08:14:39 PM
There is a White theme and also the classic theme. I will build more themes shortly..  :)

Maybe make the traditional the default for now. Also, I don't have any connections to the network here...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 07, 2016, 08:35:10 PM
read the OP, there are 20+ addnodes at the top. we are setting up a dnsseed, so at some point in the future, they will not be necessary


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: riceberry on February 07, 2016, 08:39:47 PM
read the OP, there are 20+ addnodes at the top. we are setting up a dnsseed, so at some point in the future, they will not be necessary

Do I put these addnodes in ~/Darknet/darknet.conf ?

Edit: Nevermind, found the config file under 'tools->Open configuration file'


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 07, 2016, 08:47:00 PM
read the OP, there are 20+ addnodes at the top. we are setting up a dnsseed, so at some point in the future, they will not be necessary

Do I put these addnodes in ~/Darknet/darknet.conf ?

Yes.

At first I also disliked the theme but it grew on me. An in-wallet option for more themes would be nice though.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 07, 2016, 09:20:25 PM
there is presently an in wallet theme option, but they are hardcoded. We are looking into the users being able to build their own Themes and make them available to other users..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 08, 2016, 03:44:27 AM
I just received notification that Darknet will be added to Yobit within the next 48 hours.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Belligerent Fool on February 08, 2016, 03:47:05 AM
I just received notification that Darknet will be added to Yobit within the next 48 hours.. :)

Lies, Lies I tell ya ! :D When it gets added I will believe it lol

On a positive note once it gets added to an exchange the unfortunate people who can't mine enough coins for a masternode can buy enough to set one or 2 up.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on February 08, 2016, 03:55:25 AM
the theme is amazing


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 08, 2016, 04:40:56 AM
Any good tutorials on how to setup a DNET masternode? Seems like a bunch of incomplete ones from other coins, would love to help out but not super familiar with masternode setup :) TIA


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 08, 2016, 05:04:06 AM
Any good tutorials on how to setup a DNET masternode? Seems like a bunch of incomplete ones from other coins, would love to help out but not super familiar with masternode setup :) TIA

where are you getting stuck?





Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 08, 2016, 05:06:29 AM
Any good tutorials on how to setup a DNET masternode? Seems like a bunch of incomplete ones from other coins, would love to help out but not super familiar with masternode setup :) TIA

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13744690#msg13744690
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13744725#msg13744725


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: d-trix on February 08, 2016, 05:15:30 AM
Any good tutorials on how to setup a DNET masternode? Seems like a bunch of incomplete ones from other coins, would love to help out but not super familiar with masternode setup :) TIA

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13744690#msg13744690
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13744725#msg13744725

It's nice to share something that actually work, that was a pretty good and easy to understand tutorial.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 08, 2016, 12:26:02 PM
Any good tutorials on how to setup a DNET masternode? Seems like a bunch of incomplete ones from other coins, would love to help out but not super familiar with masternode setup :) TIA

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13744690#msg13744690
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13744725#msg13744725

Awesome thanks very much!  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 08, 2016, 02:17:00 PM
I still don't fully understand masternode requirements. Yesterday I managed to move 5 masternodes that were running locally on different machines to one machine and they all received rewards from 8-10 blocks each in the last 1000 blocks.
But, I can't for the life of me start new masternodes. And the only difference between the config files are the masternodeprivkeys.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 08, 2016, 08:22:45 PM
Somehow i feel that this coin is going to be great but the dev needs more exchanges and some innovations in order to boost the price.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 08, 2016, 08:42:40 PM
We are just getting started.. :) Not rushing anything.. :P

there are 3 exchanges now, Bittrex and Polo want more volume before they will consider adding Darknet.. Stay Tuned


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 08, 2016, 09:24:34 PM
For anyone looking for a decent priced VPS for Masternodes. This is what I use. $1.99 per month and they accept Bitcoin!!


http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/hostsailor.png (https://clients.hostsailor.com/aff.php?aff=207)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 08, 2016, 09:40:34 PM
For anyone looking for a decent priced VPS for Masternodes. This is what I use. $1.99 per month and they accept Bitcoin!!


http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/hostsailor.png (https://clients.hostsailor.com/aff.php?aff=207)
There is also another option for masternode hosting for those interested:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142)

Let us know what you think about our service, all feedback is apreciated.

Happy staking/masternoding!

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 09, 2016, 12:02:24 AM
For anyone looking for a decent priced VPS for Masternodes. This is what I use. $1.99 per month and they accept Bitcoin!!


http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/hostsailor.png (https://clients.hostsailor.com/aff.php?aff=207)
There is also another option for masternode hosting for those interested:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142)

Let us know what you think about our service, all feedback is apreciated.

Happy staking/masternoding!

IW
What is the actual Cost? I see 50% of the Rewards is there a btc price? or a USD price per month?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 12:12:06 AM
For anyone looking for a decent priced VPS for Masternodes. This is what I use. $1.99 per month and they accept Bitcoin!!


http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/hostsailor.png (https://clients.hostsailor.com/aff.php?aff=207)
There is also another option for masternode hosting for those interested:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142)

Let us know what you think about our service, all feedback is apreciated.

Happy staking/masternoding!

IW
What is the actual Cost? I see 65% of the Rewards is there a btc price? or a USD price per month?
The actual cost is 50% of your rewards, the 65% option you refer to is for BCR hosting+ mining.

No btc cost, no usd cost.
Pay with your DNET or if you pay with our coin XQN you get 10% discount compared to market costs.:
DNET payment: If your reward is 500 DNET, our payment is 250 DNET, no other fees.
XQN payment: 250 DNET= btc worth converted to XQN- 10% discount.

You decide for yourself what option to pay with, but the actual rewards is base of calculation for the payment due.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 09, 2016, 12:20:04 AM
Cool, I will check it out, do i still hold my coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 09, 2016, 12:35:37 AM
My nodes are online and listed but they aren't moving up in the queue. Had been getting payments regularly but it's been like 8 hours since i got one.

*EDIT*


467 blocks passed until my nodes were paid again. got paid at block 12208 and again recently at 12675. That's 467 blocks apart but there have been only around 130 masternodes in the meantime.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 12:38:38 AM
Cool, I will check it out, do i still hold my coins?
Yes, you are the only one with control of your coins.
However, for the users who for whatever reasons are unable to set up their controller wallets or dont want to have them local, we can do it all for you.

We also host POS wallets, and any other masternode coins.

Happy remote masternoding!

IW  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 09, 2016, 05:22:31 AM
My wallet is not synchronizing and the node are not working through the console, help will be appreciated.
No block source available


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 05:33:58 AM
My wallet is not synchronizing and the node are not working through the console, help will be appreciated.
No block source available
Hold on, will help you asap..

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 09, 2016, 05:36:33 AM
My wallet is not synchronizing and the node are not working through the console, help will be appreciated.
No block source available
Hold on, will help you asap..

IW
OK, thank you for your concern, i am also still waiting for your reply about my last pm message to you.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 05:59:31 AM
My wallet is not synchronizing and the node are not working through the console, help will be appreciated.
No block source available
Hold on, will help you asap..

IW
OK, thank you for your concern, i am also still waiting for your reply about my last pm message to you.
Replied you PMs.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 09, 2016, 06:07:17 AM
@ incognitoworker my wallet is now synchronizing thank you, i have also replied your pm, however is it possible to operate masternodes with less than 10000 dnet coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 06:16:37 AM
@ incognitoworker my wallet is now synchronizing thank you, i have also replied your pm, however is it possible to operate masternodes with less than 10000 dnet coins?
No, unless you share a node with someone.
Sent you a proposal on how you could do it on PM.

Happy you got i syncing, let me know if anything else :)

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 09, 2016, 06:25:39 AM
@ incognitoworker my wallet is now synchronizing thank you, i have also replied your pm, however is it possible to operate masternodes with less than 10000 dnet coins?
No, unless you share a node with someone.
Sent you a proposal on how you could do it on PM.

Happy you got i syncing, let me know if anything else :)

IW
Thank you, i have replied that however my wallet synchronizing with network 1 hour behind is taking too long.
is there anything that i can do about this?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 06:44:50 AM
@ incognitoworker my wallet is now synchronizing thank you, i have also replied your pm, however is it possible to operate masternodes with less than 10000 dnet coins?
No, unless you share a node with someone.
Sent you a proposal on how you could do it on PM.

Happy you got i syncing, let me know if anything else :)

IW
Thank you, i have replied that however my wallet synchronizing with network 1 hour behind is taking too long.
is there anything that i can do about this?
Yes, go get a cup of coffee and then check back, shouldnt take very long at all :)
I dont think there is a bootstrap available, then again a fresh sync would likely be faster anyway.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 09, 2016, 06:48:45 AM
@ incognitoworker my wallet is now synchronizing thank you, i have also replied your pm, however is it possible to operate masternodes with less than 10000 dnet coins?
No, unless you share a node with someone.
Sent you a proposal on how you could do it on PM.

Happy you got i syncing, let me know if anything else :)

IW
Thank you, i have replied that however my wallet synchronizing with network 1 hour behind is taking too long.
is there anything that i can do about this?
Yes, go get a cup of coffee and then check back, shouldnt take very long at all :)
I dont think there is a bootstrap available, then again a fresh sync would likely be faster anyway.

IW
Code:
then again a fresh sync would likely be faster anyway.
i have tried this but is not working, i will go and get a cup of coffee then  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 09, 2016, 12:06:14 PM
I've set up a masternode (Masternode successfully started), but not getting any payments...
How to understand if it's working properly?
Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 09, 2016, 12:59:25 PM
I've set up a masternode (Masternode successfully started), but not getting any payments...
How to understand if it's working properly?
Thanks!

It can take awhile before first payment, sometimes minutes sometimes hours..
It is started, and rewards will come.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 09, 2016, 02:26:19 PM
@meadefreling

Add the nodes to your config from the main post. I just did a fresh resync and it took a bit over a minute to fully sync to the blockchain and another 2-3 minutes to sync with the masternodes.


I've set up a masternode (Masternode successfully started), but not getting any payments...
How to understand if it's working properly?
Thanks!


Once you successfully started your masternode you can see your masternode ID with masternode status. It's the long, 64 character piece.
Then you can see all the masternodes with masternode list. If you see your masternode ID in that list your masternode is running. At least this is how I usually check it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: YoBit on February 09, 2016, 02:58:55 PM
Darknet [DNET] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/DNET/BTC
Darknet Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/DNET

https://yobit.net/imginfo/DNET (https://yobit.net/en/trade/DNET/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/DNET/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/DNET[/img][/url]

Donate DNET coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/

Please report about DNET update/fork/issue here: https://yobit.net/en/reportupdate/DNET


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 09, 2016, 06:19:08 PM
Darknet [DNET] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/DNET/BTC
Darknet Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/DNET

https://yobit.net/imginfo/DNET (https://yobit.net/en/trade/DNET/BTC)

Code:
[url=https://yobit.net/en/trade/DNET/BTC][img]https://yobit.net/imginfo/DNET[/img][/url]

Donate DNET coins to our Giveaway: https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/

Please report about DNET update/fork/issue here: https://yobit.net/en/reportupdate/DNET

Today is the day of great news!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 09, 2016, 06:23:31 PM
@meadefreling

Add the nodes to your config from the main post. I just did a fresh resync and it took a bit over a minute to fully sync to the blockchain and another 2-3 minutes to sync with the masternodes.


I've set up a masternode (Masternode successfully started), but not getting any payments...
How to understand if it's working properly?
Thanks!


Once you successfully started your masternode you can see your masternode ID with masternode status. It's the long, 64 character piece.
Then you can see all the masternodes with masternode list. If you see your masternode ID in that list your masternode is running. At least this is how I usually check it.

Thanks a lot, that's tricky!
it says ENABLED!  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on February 09, 2016, 10:08:03 PM
Ok, so after that productive discussion, this is the proposal I have come up with.

Guarantee masternode bonus of 1.25-1.5x (or somewhere in between) as long as 2 conditions are met : the total amount of coins locked in masternodes is less than 50% of the entire current coin supply, AND less than 75% of the total number of coins that are ACTIVELY staking OR in masternodes.  

-The limit of 50% of the entire coin supply is to ensure that at least 50% of the total coins will remain liquid and/or staking to secure the blockchain.  At 10,000 DNET per masternode, that's gonna leave room for a network of well over 3,000 masternodes by the time PoW ends.  That is a hell of a lot of masternodes, so I wouldn't expect that limit to be reached anytime soon.  There will be plenty of time and room for newcomers to be able to secure a masternode at the bonus rate for a long time to come.

-The limit of masternodes representing less than 75% of the actively staking coins + masternode coins is because the first condition I laid out would only potentially even begin to come into play YEARS down the road.  This second condition is designed to protect the network from getting too lopsided in the early days.  We all know that 100% of the coins will never be staking or in masternodes at any given time.  Not everyone runs their wallet to stake or masternode 24/7.  Some don't at all.  I felt it important to separate these into 2 conditions so that the limit could be higher than 50% if only active staking coins and masternodes are considered.  If participation in staking is too low and/or masternoders get overzealous, the 50% limit could be reached quickly and newcomers would be discouraged from investing, if we didn't have separate conditions for total coins and actively staking/masternode coins.  At the same time, a line in the sand has to be drawn somewhere and 75% sounded reasonable.

As far as rewards go, there will never be a set reward for staking or masternodes.  The rewards would change dynamically each block using the "seesaw" mechanism + comparing network weight to the theoretical weight of masternode coins as we discussed earlier.

I know it is intended for there to be a portion of each block allocated to developer budget but let's disregard that for now.  For the sake of the example, say the block reward is 100 total.  There are 1,000,000 coins actively staking and 500,000 coins in masternodes.  Say the masternode bonus is 1.5x.  The 500,000 coins locked in masternodes get multiplied by 1.5 to equal a theoretical weight of 750,000.  We add this to the actual network weight of 1,000,000 and get 1,750,000.  On this block, the staker will receive 1,000,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 57.14 DNET, and the masternode will receive 750,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 42.86 DNET.

It seems a little paradoxical at first, and I can already see newbies complaining "WTF?!?!?!   I set up a masternode and my reward lowered!?!??!?!", but I am pretty sure everyone that has been involved in this discussion so far understands that the masternode (in this example) is going to get rewards more often.  So even though each individual reward maybe smaller than the staker receives, the more frequent rewards will add up to 1.5x what the staker receives.

Rewards will follow this relatively simply calculation, UNLESS either of the first two conditions are not met.  In that case, the masternode bonus will begin to rapidly fall, even sub-1.0 if necessary to encourage some masternodes to shut off and stake instead.

I think that about sums it up.  The exact percentages and the masternode bonus can be debated, but I just wanted to pull all the ideas together into one cohesive straightforward post.  I think a reward schedule like this would be the most fair and balanced schedule we have ever seen in a PoS + masternode coin, IMO.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 10, 2016, 01:43:22 AM
Darknet has been added to C-Cex voting system.. Go Vote Guys!! :)

https://c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=dnet


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ocminer on February 10, 2016, 05:32:55 PM
Suprnova updated to latest github code


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 10, 2016, 09:51:59 PM
This is a great news indeed but any hope of price increase for this coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 10, 2016, 10:59:39 PM
Of course there is hope, This coin has just begun.. It will go far, and soon those who don't already have a Masternode will wish they had built them now.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 10, 2016, 11:01:24 PM
Suprnova updated to latest github code

Awesome, Thank You!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 11, 2016, 12:03:47 AM
Of course there is hope, This coin has just begun.. It will go far, and soon those who don't already have a Masternode will wish they had built them now.. :)

This masternode of a thing is very complicated though someone wanted to assist me but is there any simple to understand guide about how to set this up on a vps.
I am not a tech guy and i need a lame man language to get this done or someone could help me to do it on my vps.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: King Buzz on February 11, 2016, 12:21:02 AM
sending some btc over to the exchange now..    see if it picks me up :]


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 01:12:30 AM
Of course there is hope, This coin has just begun.. It will go far, and soon those who don't already have a Masternode will wish they had built them now.. :)

This masternode of a thing is very complicated though someone wanted to assist me but is there any simple to understand guide about how to set this up on a vps.
I am not a tech guy and i need a lame man language to get this done or someone could help me to do it on my vps.

Yes, Check page 8 of this ANN


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 11, 2016, 01:33:39 AM
OK, we have released a mandatory update. Some people were noticing issues with Masternode payments. Looking into it revealed that there was a miner not paying Masternodes their fair share. Masternode payments were not being enforced by the network, when I went to enforce Masternode payments I learned that the public key that was created was not the one that was in the code. There was a mad rush to get everything pulled together at the last minute after we were finished with testing, in the chaos I overlooked that crucial piece of the puzzle. I accept complete responsibility for the oversight. The past day has been spent double checking to make sure nothing else like that was missed, it seems that was the only issue.

The new wallet version 1.0.1.0 is up on github, please upgrade as soon as possible. We will be enforcing Masternode payments in 48 hours, at that time you may find your wallet being banned if you haven't updated. 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 11, 2016, 02:39:31 AM
Thank you for the update does this new wallet only mandatory to those who are into masternodes stuff?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 02:54:58 AM
No, Everyone should update, as every wallet uses the Masternodes regardless of whether you are hosting a Masternode. There are already precompiled binaries for every OS, or you can build it yourself


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 11, 2016, 03:07:21 AM
No, Everyone should update, as every wallet uses the Masternodes regardless of whether you are hosting a Masternode. There are already precompiled binaries for every OS, or you can build it yourself
Thank you for the explanations.
The new wallet version 1.0.1.0 is up on github where is the download link?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 03:29:48 AM
The Links on the ANN (Top of Page 1) and the website will always be up to date


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on February 11, 2016, 06:42:13 AM
Darknet has been added to C-Cex voting system.. Go Vote Guys!! :)

https://c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=dnet
I cannot vote there, as i do not have any btc at that exchange. I will also not be transferring any btc there as that site is chalk-ful-o-scam/shit coin. And one very well known scam dev.
But i will be patient and await trex, they will add you soon enough. Then volume will skyrocket and polo is next. ;)
Can you drop any good hints on the next stage of the dev anytime soon?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 11, 2016, 07:32:00 AM
updated my nodes thanks for the fix.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 11, 2016, 08:49:49 AM
Updated my nodes. Exchanges should be also notified.

After the update I can't start the 5 magical masternodes that were running on one computer (and getting rewards). I've spent hours trying to recreate how could I start multiple masternodes on the same PC but I couldn't figure out.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 09:04:31 AM
That is correct, each Masternode must have a unique public ip address. Internal, loopback and duplicate ip's will be banned by the network


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: raetsch on February 11, 2016, 09:08:33 AM
any specialities for building wallet under linux?
getting errors from masternode.o


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 11, 2016, 09:14:56 AM
That is correct, each Masternode must have a unique public ip address. Internal, loopback and duplicate ip's will be banned by the network

But it worked for almost 4 days, all 5 masternodes received payouts just as frequently as the ones hosted on VPS'.

Edit: Also, the masternodes running on my mining rigs have the same public IP and they're running fine.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 11, 2016, 09:52:37 AM
If anyone is interested in good old Abe explorer, I have made one at

http://104.154.58.186/


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 11, 2016, 11:16:04 AM
Having troubles starting my masternode with the new wallet: Not capable masternode: could not connect to ip:port.
The old one is working fine with the machine/config/blockchain.
What I'm doing wrong or shall I do something special with the new one?
Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 11, 2016, 11:49:49 AM
129 masternodes! nice growth


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 11, 2016, 12:11:57 PM
Having troubles starting my masternode with the new wallet: Not capable masternode: could not connect to ip:port.
The old one is working fine with the machine/config/blockchain.
What I'm doing wrong or shall I do something special with the new one?
Thanks!

Trying including the below line in darknet.conf

masternodeaddr=<PUBLIC IP>:51472


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 11, 2016, 01:08:39 PM
Having troubles starting my masternode with the new wallet: Not capable masternode: could not connect to ip:port.
The old one is working fine with the machine/config/blockchain.
What I'm doing wrong or shall I do something special with the new one?
Thanks!

Trying including the below line in darknet.conf

masternodeaddr=<PUBLIC IP>:51472

thanks for the hint, don't know what happened, but all good now!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: glen123 on February 11, 2016, 03:31:56 PM
dnet.gcpool.eu (http://dnet.gcpool.eu)

updated to newest Github/Wallet




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: coins4lunch on February 11, 2016, 04:52:29 PM
any specialities for building wallet under linux?
getting errors from masternode.o

What errors do you get?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on February 11, 2016, 05:04:35 PM
when will you look into being listed on coinmarketcap? cause trex wont be far behind that ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 05:50:30 PM
I will look into CoinMarketCap

As for the issues with multiple Masternodes on one IP, That was never supposed to happen, we have fixed it now. They will be banned.We are activating Reward Enforcement soon, Please update your wallets, masternodes etc or your wallet will get kicked from the network when we do.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 11, 2016, 07:31:40 PM
Net Hashrate: 4,640.54 MH/s

Supernova: 94.05 MH/s

GCPOOL: 0.076 MH/s

Coin-Sever: 2.39 MH/s

NOMP: 0 MH/s

So majority are mining solo or there is some other pool?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 11, 2016, 07:32:56 PM
I will look into CoinMarketCap

As for the issues with multiple Masternodes on one IP, That was never supposed to happen, we have fixed it now. They will be banned.We are activating Reward Enforcement soon, Please update your wallets, masternodes etc or your wallet will get kicked from the network when we do.
how much time left to update? i read 48h earlier.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 09:29:19 PM
I will look into CoinMarketCap

As for the issues with multiple Masternodes on one IP, That was never supposed to happen, we have fixed it now. They will be banned.We are activating Reward Enforcement soon, Please update your wallets, masternodes etc or your wallet will get kicked from the network when we do.
how much time left to update? i read 48h earlier.

We will be turning on Reward Enforcement at approx. 5pm PST on the 12th


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 11, 2016, 10:02:04 PM
Ok, so after that productive discussion, this is the proposal I have come up with.

Guarantee masternode bonus of 1.25-1.5x (or somewhere in between) as long as 2 conditions are met : the total amount of coins locked in masternodes is less than 50% of the entire current coin supply, AND less than 75% of the total number of coins that are ACTIVELY staking OR in masternodes.  

-The limit of 50% of the entire coin supply is to ensure that at least 50% of the total coins will remain liquid and/or staking to secure the blockchain.  At 10,000 DNET per masternode, that's gonna leave room for a network of well over 3,000 masternodes by the time PoW ends.  That is a hell of a lot of masternodes, so I wouldn't expect that limit to be reached anytime soon.  There will be plenty of time and room for newcomers to be able to secure a masternode at the bonus rate for a long time to come.

-The limit of masternodes representing less than 75% of the actively staking coins + masternode coins is because the first condition I laid out would only potentially even begin to come into play YEARS down the road.  This second condition is designed to protect the network from getting too lopsided in the early days.  We all know that 100% of the coins will never be staking or in masternodes at any given time.  Not everyone runs their wallet to stake or masternode 24/7.  Some don't at all.  I felt it important to separate these into 2 conditions so that the limit could be higher than 50% if only active staking coins and masternodes are considered.  If participation in staking is too low and/or masternoders get overzealous, the 50% limit could be reached quickly and newcomers would be discouraged from investing, if we didn't have separate conditions for total coins and actively staking/masternode coins.  At the same time, a line in the sand has to be drawn somewhere and 75% sounded reasonable.

As far as rewards go, there will never be a set reward for staking or masternodes.  The rewards would change dynamically each block using the "seesaw" mechanism + comparing network weight to the theoretical weight of masternode coins as we discussed earlier.

I know it is intended for there to be a portion of each block allocated to developer budget but let's disregard that for now.  For the sake of the example, say the block reward is 100 total.  There are 1,000,000 coins actively staking and 500,000 coins in masternodes.  Say the masternode bonus is 1.5x.  The 500,000 coins locked in masternodes get multiplied by 1.5 to equal a theoretical weight of 750,000.  We add this to the actual network weight of 1,000,000 and get 1,750,000.  On this block, the staker will receive 1,000,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 57.14 DNET, and the masternode will receive 750,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 42.86 DNET.

It seems a little paradoxical at first, and I can already see newbies complaining "WTF?!?!?!   I set up a masternode and my reward lowered!?!??!?!", but I am pretty sure everyone that has been involved in this discussion so far understands that the masternode (in this example) is going to get rewards more often.  So even though each individual reward maybe smaller than the staker receives, the more frequent rewards will add up to 1.5x what the staker receives.

Rewards will follow this relatively simply calculation, UNLESS either of the first two conditions are not met.  In that case, the masternode bonus will begin to rapidly fall, even sub-1.0 if necessary to encourage some masternodes to shut off and stake instead.

I think that about sums it up.  The exact percentages and the masternode bonus can be debated, but I just wanted to pull all the ideas together into one cohesive straightforward post.  I think a reward schedule like this would be the most fair and balanced schedule we have ever seen in a PoS + masternode coin, IMO.

Is anyone here capable of coding such a proposal?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 11, 2016, 10:05:51 PM
Net Hashrate: 4,640.54 MH/s

Supernova: 94.05 MH/s

GCPOOL: 0.076 MH/s

Coin-Sever: 2.39 MH/s

NOMP: 0 MH/s

So majority are mining solo or there is some other pool?

hashpower.co picked it up and probably some other pools/multipools.

Solomining with ccminer (nvidia) doesn't work ("method not found" error) so probably only a few AMD miners are solomining.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 11, 2016, 10:24:54 PM
Ok, so after that productive discussion, this is the proposal I have come up with.

Guarantee masternode bonus of 1.25-1.5x (or somewhere in between) as long as 2 conditions are met : the total amount of coins locked in masternodes is less than 50% of the entire current coin supply, AND less than 75% of the total number of coins that are ACTIVELY staking OR in masternodes.  

-The limit of 50% of the entire coin supply is to ensure that at least 50% of the total coins will remain liquid and/or staking to secure the blockchain.  At 10,000 DNET per masternode, that's gonna leave room for a network of well over 3,000 masternodes by the time PoW ends.  That is a hell of a lot of masternodes, so I wouldn't expect that limit to be reached anytime soon.  There will be plenty of time and room for newcomers to be able to secure a masternode at the bonus rate for a long time to come.

-The limit of masternodes representing less than 75% of the actively staking coins + masternode coins is because the first condition I laid out would only potentially even begin to come into play YEARS down the road.  This second condition is designed to protect the network from getting too lopsided in the early days.  We all know that 100% of the coins will never be staking or in masternodes at any given time.  Not everyone runs their wallet to stake or masternode 24/7.  Some don't at all.  I felt it important to separate these into 2 conditions so that the limit could be higher than 50% if only active staking coins and masternodes are considered.  If participation in staking is too low and/or masternoders get overzealous, the 50% limit could be reached quickly and newcomers would be discouraged from investing, if we didn't have separate conditions for total coins and actively staking/masternode coins.  At the same time, a line in the sand has to be drawn somewhere and 75% sounded reasonable.

As far as rewards go, there will never be a set reward for staking or masternodes.  The rewards would change dynamically each block using the "seesaw" mechanism + comparing network weight to the theoretical weight of masternode coins as we discussed earlier.

I know it is intended for there to be a portion of each block allocated to developer budget but let's disregard that for now.  For the sake of the example, say the block reward is 100 total.  There are 1,000,000 coins actively staking and 500,000 coins in masternodes.  Say the masternode bonus is 1.5x.  The 500,000 coins locked in masternodes get multiplied by 1.5 to equal a theoretical weight of 750,000.  We add this to the actual network weight of 1,000,000 and get 1,750,000.  On this block, the staker will receive 1,000,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 57.14 DNET, and the masternode will receive 750,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 42.86 DNET.

It seems a little paradoxical at first, and I can already see newbies complaining "WTF?!?!?!   I set up a masternode and my reward lowered!?!??!?!", but I am pretty sure everyone that has been involved in this discussion so far understands that the masternode (in this example) is going to get rewards more often.  So even though each individual reward maybe smaller than the staker receives, the more frequent rewards will add up to 1.5x what the staker receives.

Rewards will follow this relatively simply calculation, UNLESS either of the first two conditions are not met.  In that case, the masternode bonus will begin to rapidly fall, even sub-1.0 if necessary to encourage some masternodes to shut off and stake instead.

I think that about sums it up.  The exact percentages and the masternode bonus can be debated, but I just wanted to pull all the ideas together into one cohesive straightforward post.  I think a reward schedule like this would be the most fair and balanced schedule we have ever seen in a PoS + masternode coin, IMO.

Is anyone here capable of coding such a proposal?

Yes, when we decide on the final specs, we will make it happen.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 11, 2016, 10:29:04 PM
Ok, so after that productive discussion, this is the proposal I have come up with.

Guarantee masternode bonus of 1.25-1.5x (or somewhere in between) as long as 2 conditions are met : the total amount of coins locked in masternodes is less than 50% of the entire current coin supply, AND less than 75% of the total number of coins that are ACTIVELY staking OR in masternodes.  

-The limit of 50% of the entire coin supply is to ensure that at least 50% of the total coins will remain liquid and/or staking to secure the blockchain.  At 10,000 DNET per masternode, that's gonna leave room for a network of well over 3,000 masternodes by the time PoW ends.  That is a hell of a lot of masternodes, so I wouldn't expect that limit to be reached anytime soon.  There will be plenty of time and room for newcomers to be able to secure a masternode at the bonus rate for a long time to come.

-The limit of masternodes representing less than 75% of the actively staking coins + masternode coins is because the first condition I laid out would only potentially even begin to come into play YEARS down the road.  This second condition is designed to protect the network from getting too lopsided in the early days.  We all know that 100% of the coins will never be staking or in masternodes at any given time.  Not everyone runs their wallet to stake or masternode 24/7.  Some don't at all.  I felt it important to separate these into 2 conditions so that the limit could be higher than 50% if only active staking coins and masternodes are considered.  If participation in staking is too low and/or masternoders get overzealous, the 50% limit could be reached quickly and newcomers would be discouraged from investing, if we didn't have separate conditions for total coins and actively staking/masternode coins.  At the same time, a line in the sand has to be drawn somewhere and 75% sounded reasonable.

As far as rewards go, there will never be a set reward for staking or masternodes.  The rewards would change dynamically each block using the "seesaw" mechanism + comparing network weight to the theoretical weight of masternode coins as we discussed earlier.

I know it is intended for there to be a portion of each block allocated to developer budget but let's disregard that for now.  For the sake of the example, say the block reward is 100 total.  There are 1,000,000 coins actively staking and 500,000 coins in masternodes.  Say the masternode bonus is 1.5x.  The 500,000 coins locked in masternodes get multiplied by 1.5 to equal a theoretical weight of 750,000.  We add this to the actual network weight of 1,000,000 and get 1,750,000.  On this block, the staker will receive 1,000,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 57.14 DNET, and the masternode will receive 750,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 42.86 DNET.

It seems a little paradoxical at first, and I can already see newbies complaining "WTF?!?!?!   I set up a masternode and my reward lowered!?!??!?!", but I am pretty sure everyone that has been involved in this discussion so far understands that the masternode (in this example) is going to get rewards more often.  So even though each individual reward maybe smaller than the staker receives, the more frequent rewards will add up to 1.5x what the staker receives.

Rewards will follow this relatively simply calculation, UNLESS either of the first two conditions are not met.  In that case, the masternode bonus will begin to rapidly fall, even sub-1.0 if necessary to encourage some masternodes to shut off and stake instead.

I think that about sums it up.  The exact percentages and the masternode bonus can be debated, but I just wanted to pull all the ideas together into one cohesive straightforward post.  I think a reward schedule like this would be the most fair and balanced schedule we have ever seen in a PoS + masternode coin, IMO.

Is anyone here capable of coding such a proposal?

Yeah, SockPuppetAccount pretty well summed up what the plan is. The percent of coins locked up in Masternodes vs. staking is still to be determined, as well as the rewards for Masternodes vs. staking. Other than that I think what he laid out is more or less where the consensus is. In the next day or 2 we will be submitting a few more proposals for voting, probably going to break things up into separate proposals to make it easier to vote yea for the things you like and nay for those you don't with out having to reject or accept things as a whole.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Hyperjacked on February 12, 2016, 02:35:39 AM
Not sure why I have the Crave flashbacks...just picked up some!  ;)





Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 12, 2016, 12:38:16 PM
Ok, so after that productive discussion, this is the proposal I have come up with.

Guarantee masternode bonus of 1.25-1.5x (or somewhere in between) as long as 2 conditions are met : the total amount of coins locked in masternodes is less than 50% of the entire current coin supply, AND less than 75% of the total number of coins that are ACTIVELY staking OR in masternodes.  

-The limit of 50% of the entire coin supply is to ensure that at least 50% of the total coins will remain liquid and/or staking to secure the blockchain.  At 10,000 DNET per masternode, that's gonna leave room for a network of well over 3,000 masternodes by the time PoW ends.  That is a hell of a lot of masternodes, so I wouldn't expect that limit to be reached anytime soon.  There will be plenty of time and room for newcomers to be able to secure a masternode at the bonus rate for a long time to come.

-The limit of masternodes representing less than 75% of the actively staking coins + masternode coins is because the first condition I laid out would only potentially even begin to come into play YEARS down the road.  This second condition is designed to protect the network from getting too lopsided in the early days.  We all know that 100% of the coins will never be staking or in masternodes at any given time.  Not everyone runs their wallet to stake or masternode 24/7.  Some don't at all.  I felt it important to separate these into 2 conditions so that the limit could be higher than 50% if only active staking coins and masternodes are considered.  If participation in staking is too low and/or masternoders get overzealous, the 50% limit could be reached quickly and newcomers would be discouraged from investing, if we didn't have separate conditions for total coins and actively staking/masternode coins.  At the same time, a line in the sand has to be drawn somewhere and 75% sounded reasonable.

As far as rewards go, there will never be a set reward for staking or masternodes.  The rewards would change dynamically each block using the "seesaw" mechanism + comparing network weight to the theoretical weight of masternode coins as we discussed earlier.

I know it is intended for there to be a portion of each block allocated to developer budget but let's disregard that for now.  For the sake of the example, say the block reward is 100 total.  There are 1,000,000 coins actively staking and 500,000 coins in masternodes.  Say the masternode bonus is 1.5x.  The 500,000 coins locked in masternodes get multiplied by 1.5 to equal a theoretical weight of 750,000.  We add this to the actual network weight of 1,000,000 and get 1,750,000.  On this block, the staker will receive 1,000,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 57.14 DNET, and the masternode will receive 750,000/1,750,000 x 100 = 42.86 DNET.

It seems a little paradoxical at first, and I can already see newbies complaining "WTF?!?!?!   I set up a masternode and my reward lowered!?!??!?!", but I am pretty sure everyone that has been involved in this discussion so far understands that the masternode (in this example) is going to get rewards more often.  So even though each individual reward maybe smaller than the staker receives, the more frequent rewards will add up to 1.5x what the staker receives.

Rewards will follow this relatively simply calculation, UNLESS either of the first two conditions are not met.  In that case, the masternode bonus will begin to rapidly fall, even sub-1.0 if necessary to encourage some masternodes to shut off and stake instead.

I think that about sums it up.  The exact percentages and the masternode bonus can be debated, but I just wanted to pull all the ideas together into one cohesive straightforward post.  I think a reward schedule like this would be the most fair and balanced schedule we have ever seen in a PoS + masternode coin, IMO.

Is anyone here capable of coding such a proposal?

Yes, when we decide on the final specs, we will make it happen.. :)

Cool, glad to hear that. We have plenty of time to decide final specs/rates but it's important the idea behind that being practically "codable" !


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 05:08:04 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 12, 2016, 06:26:59 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8

Nice idea! What kind of payment is accepted?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 12, 2016, 06:29:09 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8

Nice idea! What kind of payment is accepted?
Hi we take btc


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 06:39:27 PM
yep, I only promote Services that accept Crypto as a payment option!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 12, 2016, 06:50:29 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
Hurray. i like this but what is the minimum amount to use for the masternode on this vps? what is the payment cycle? I am not a tech guy can someone help me with the configuration?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 06:58:10 PM
Hey Guys, There are still 30 Masternodes running on the old wallet, as well as people using the same Public IP's for multiple Masternodes, Loopback address's for Masternodes.

Please be aware that these Masternodes will no longer work at 5pm this afternoon.. (6 hours from now).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 07:00:10 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
Hurray. i like this but what is the minimum amount to use for the masternode on this vps? what is the payment cycle? I am not a tech guy can someone help me with the configuration?
these will be a standard Masternode, not a Shared node. you will require 10k DNET, and need to configure your Controller wallet (The one that holds the coins) following the instructions on page 8 of this ANN.

You can pay monthly, 90 days, 6 months or yearly


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 12, 2016, 07:07:45 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
That is a very nice price for hosting indeed.

For those unfamiliar with setting up all this, our hosting service is plug and play solution where we do everything for you.
Our prices are higher if you pay with BTC, but you also have the option to pay only based on what your node actually earns.

We also launched our Enterprise option, where you pay a flat monthly fee no matter how many nodes or POS wallets you host with us.
Our service an:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 07:12:33 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
That is a very nice price for hosting indeed.

For those unfamiliar with setting up all this, our hosting service is plug and play solution where we do everything for you.
Our prices are higher if you pay with BTC, but you also have the option to pay only based on what your node actually earns.

We also launched our Enterprise option, where you pay a flat monthly fee no matter how many nodes or POS wallets you host with us.
Our service an:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142

IW

What is the cost of this unlimited Masternode option in btc??


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 12, 2016, 07:24:22 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
That is a very nice price for hosting indeed.

For those unfamiliar with setting up all this, our hosting service is plug and play solution where we do everything for you.
Our prices are higher if you pay with BTC, but you also have the option to pay only based on what your node actually earns.

We also launched our Enterprise option, where you pay a flat monthly fee no matter how many nodes or POS wallets you host with us.
Our service an:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.msg13795142#msg13795142

IW

What is the cost of this unlimited Masternode option in btc??
Our intro offer is set at 0.5 BTC monthly, and will increase to 0.75-1 BTC monthly.
Unlimited within reason, as described in our ann.
Unlimited until we max out our capacity, at that point we either stop taking more clients or increase our hardware power.
We set a limit on 5 such packages atm, with the right to reduce or increase the number of Enterprice packages available.

DNET will require more resources than many other nodes due the clever limitations you implement, and is somehow a limiting factor of how many nodes could be run from same datacenters.
We hope that customers will spread their orders with several hosters, its more than enough nodes to host for all of us.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 07:33:52 PM
If someone were to host (50) Masternodes, it would cost $75 a month (.2 btc) with MP Hosting, .5 Bitcoin seems a bit steep. Good Luck.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: meadefreling on February 12, 2016, 07:37:48 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
Hurray. i like this but what is the minimum amount to use for the masternode on this vps? what is the payment cycle? I am not a tech guy can someone help me with the configuration?
these will be a standard Masternode, not a Shared node. you will require 10k DNET, and need to configure your Controller wallet (The one that holds the coins) following the instructions on page 8 of this ANN.

You can pay monthly, 90 days, 6 months or yearly
Thank you for your explanations, i already have 10k dnet and i am willing to do this.
One last may be stupid question, how many Dnet coin can i earn with this per month.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 07:38:51 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
Hurray. i like this but what is the minimum amount to use for the masternode on this vps? what is the payment cycle? I am not a tech guy can someone help me with the configuration?
these will be a standard Masternode, not a Shared node. you will require 10k DNET, and need to configure your Controller wallet (The one that holds the coins) following the instructions on page 8 of this ANN.

You can pay monthly, 90 days, 6 months or yearly
Thank you for your explanations, i already have 10k dnet and i am willing to do this.
One last may be stupid question, how many Dnet coin can i earn with this per month.

That would depend on how many Masternodes exist, as there are 1440 rewards per day.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 12, 2016, 07:40:38 PM
If someone were to host (50) Masternodes, it would cost $75 a month (.2 btc) with MP Hosting, .5 Bitcoin seems a bit steep. Good Luck.. :)
Well, yes if you only use the service to host the DNET nodes it would be very expensive, hovever we think that those who own DNET nodes most likely also have other masternodes and maybe even POS wallets they could host at no extra cost.
The price is not only for the DNET hosting, but includes EVERY other masternode/pos hosting and others.
Here is the basics of whats included, the amount of VMs and IPs is adjusted to requirement for DNET hosting.

2 cloud VM machines, 1 for your hot wallets and one for the cold nodes and a sandbox environment    
 for newer wallets not considered safe yet.
 Should render the wave of wallet thefts useless, as we have multiple layers of security
 that makes such a virus impossible to reach your actual coins/funds/info.
 We setup and maintain all wallets you want, and help you determine what is "safe" or not.

 2 Ip addys, one for each VM to separate the IPs (separate networks), hot and cold wallets are at.

 "unlimited" amounts of nodes hosted at no extra cost. Within limits of reason, and we have obtained
 Hi  spec hardware for this purpose also.
 "Unlimited" amounts of staking wallets hosted, same as above.

 Private assistance tailored to everything you need help to in crypto, from setting up and maintaining
 wallets, investment information,
 help to optimize your rewards, We make your own individual investment plan/strategy suited for your
 budget and desired return.
 We provide realistic expectations on return and present a worst case scenario on our plans to be sure  
 we under promise and over deliver.
 This service is meant to be the ONLY service you will ever need, to get full rewards from all other  
 crypto  avenues.
 Your private Concierge service for all crypto related needs.
 NO FEES on the hosted nodes/wallets, all inclusive flat fee membership.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 12, 2016, 09:28:40 PM
Our new dashboard is complete, more changes coming in the next couple of days.  Remember you can mine your coins with 0% fees!!

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 12, 2016, 10:30:25 PM
I have updated the ANN with Masternode instructions, as well as some updated Addnodes. If you have a service to offer that pertains to Darknet, Please PM me the link to your hosted logo image that is no taller than .75 inch. I will add it to the ANN under Services.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Voidcrafter on February 13, 2016, 02:20:59 AM
what is the coin supply ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 13, 2016, 02:32:44 AM
Please take the time to read the ANN.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 13, 2016, 08:18:33 AM
Hi guys
We are starting to get our first orders in thanks for that.
When you get your email with your connection information on
Make sure that you logging and set up your masternode and the dark net conf files

Thanks
Paul

Any problems send me a PM


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Maicol792 on February 13, 2016, 01:02:36 PM
Mining ... When on coinmarketcap and exchange?  ::)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: andrepierre on February 13, 2016, 02:38:52 PM
Mining ... When on coinmarketcap and exchange?  ::)

DNet already listed on Yobit and SafeCex, just read the OP  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 13, 2016, 07:01:03 PM
Mining ... When on coinmarketcap and exchange?  ::)

We have already requested to be added to coinmarketcap, the ball is in their court now.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 13, 2016, 09:52:29 PM
Hey everyone, I am still seeing some wallets that have not upgraded, and a few Masternodes that have not upgraded yet either. You need to do so as your IP's are being banned until you do..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 13, 2016, 10:17:57 PM
New to masternodes here...

I've been running 1 masternode for past 2 days.
I've got nothin so far. What should I be expecting?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 13, 2016, 10:31:22 PM
New to masternodes here...

I've been running 1 masternode for past 2 days.
I've got nothin so far. What should I be expecting?

As long as you have followed the instructions on the first page under masternodes, you should of received at least a few payments. go over the instructions thoroughly, then if you are 100% sure you have followed them correctly, PM me and I will help you get everything going


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 13, 2016, 11:58:44 PM
Thanks. I have the 51472 port forwarding setup in my router to my PC's DHCP IP and I've edited both masternode & darknet conf files as outlined.

Do I need both a controller node and a master node setup for it to work?
Also my masternode won't start unless I use the below line also. :(

Code:
masternodeaddr=127.0.0.1:51472



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 14, 2016, 12:05:48 AM
Thanks. I have the 51472 port forwarding setup in my router to my PC's DHCP IP and I've edited both masternode & darknet conf files as outlined.

Do I need both a controller node and a master node setup for it to work?
Also my masternode won't start unless I use the below line also. :(

Code:
masternodeaddr=127.0.0.1:51472



OK, to start with, you can not use duplicate public IP's, internal network IP's or your loopback address's as your MN address's. you need to open port 51472 in your router, and then go to google and search "Whats my IP"

don't port forward, just open the port in your firewall..

then use that IP address.

secondly, if you are only going to have one Masternode, then you can do everything within your darknet.conf file. if you will have more than one Masternode, you will need to use the darknet.conf file on the remote masternodes, and use the masternode.conf file on the local wallet (Your Controller wallet which holds the actual coins)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 14, 2016, 07:16:55 AM
Is safecex.com safe?

I got burned 2BTC by a scam exchange in the past.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: coins4lunch on February 14, 2016, 07:37:05 AM
Is safecex.com safe?

I got burned 2BTC by a scam exchange in the past.

safecex.com is trustworthy and safe, and it is one of my favorite exchanges now.

But it is quite new, so I can only say, so far  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 14, 2016, 08:26:13 AM
You can Also use Yobit as well, they have been around for longer.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 14, 2016, 08:55:38 AM
You can Also use Yobit as well, they have been around for longer.

I wen't with yobit for now.

I will keep my eye on safecex, see how they progress.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 14, 2016, 09:19:28 AM
Hi guys
well we are  starting to get a few orders  now for the Masternodes witch is cool thanks for that
i have now added this to the email that  our system sends out


Quote
Dear {$client_name},

PLEASE READ THIS EMAIL IN FULL AND PRINT IT FOR YOUR RECORDS

Thank you for your order from us!

Your Darnet Masternode has now been setup and this email contains all the information you will need in order to begin using your account.

New Account Information

Package: {$service_product_name}
First Payment Amount: {$service_first_payment_amount}
Recurring Amount: {$service_recurring_amount}
Billing Cycle: {$service_billing_cycle}
Next Due Date: {$service_next_due_date}

Node Login Details

Username: root
Password: {$service_password}
IPs: {php}$serv=$this->_tpl_vars["service_id"];$query=mysql_query("SELECT vmtype,vmid,vmip FROM tblhosting WHERE id=".$serv);$info=mysql_fetch_array($query);echo $info["vmip"];{/php}

Manage Server: {$whmcs_url}/clientarea.php?action=productdetails&id={$service_id}}

You must setup your masternode now.

OK, so you want to start a DarkNet masternode, here's how to do it. Note, these instuctions are intended for
those running the Qt DarkNet wallet. If you are using darknetd the same steps apply, but, whenever a command is
to be entered in the console you would enter the command on the command line preceded by "./darnet-cli",
for example, to generate the masternode private key you would enter "./darknet-cli masternode genkey".
This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: First, open the console of your wallet and create an address for your masternode, do this by entering
"getaccountaddress MN". You can replace "MN" with whatever you would like to name your masternode.

Step 2: Send 10000DNET to the address you just created. It must be exactly 10000, in one transaction.

Step 3: Execute "masternode genkey" in your wallet's console.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf folder in the data directory for your wallet, edit it like so:

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Replace the Xs with the key generated when you ran "masternode genkey" in step 3.

Step 5: Save the darknet.conf file, close, and restart your wallet.

Step 6: In the console of your wallet enter "masternode start", assuming everything went well you should see a
message letting you know your masternode has been started successfully.




Thank you for choosing us.

{$signature}

If you think i sound add any more information please let me know

thanks
Paul
 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 14, 2016, 12:10:29 PM
OK, to start with, you can not use duplicate public IP's, internal network IP's or your loopback address's as your MN address's. you need to open port 51472 in your router, and then go to google and search "Whats my IP"

don't port forward, just open the port in your firewall..

then use that IP address.

secondly, if you are only going to have one Masternode, then you can do everything within your darknet.conf file. if you will have more than one Masternode, you will need to use the darknet.conf file on the remote masternodes, and use the masternode.conf file on the local wallet (Your Controller wallet which holds the actual coins)

Thanks for your help. Also noticed you updated the OP.
I think I got it up and running now. Saw my first payment come though.  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 14, 2016, 02:10:11 PM
I downloaded source from git, I ran the script , then the usual : ./configure, make and then sudo make install, it all went well and installed.
I went to /usr/local/bin, then double clicked the darknet-qt, I got a dialog box error saying:
Code:
The file "darknet-qt" has no known programs associated with it.  If you trust the source of this file, and have sufficient permissions, you can mark it executable and launch it. Or, you can use the "Open With" dialogue to pick a program to associate it with.

Is it a permissions problem? if so how do I fix?

Cheers.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 14, 2016, 03:58:16 PM
I downloaded source from git, I ran the script , then the usual : ./configure, make and then sudo make install, it all went well and installed.
I went to /usr/local/bin, then double clicked the darknet-qt, I got a dialog box error saying:
Code:
The file "darknet-qt" has no known programs associated with it.  If you trust the source of this file, and have sufficient permissions, you can mark it executable and launch it. Or, you can use the "Open With" dialogue to pick a program to associate it with.

Is it a permissions problem? if so how do I fix?

Cheers.

Try running the app from terminal. Just type "darknet-qt" from command prompt. I am still not able to figure out how to make a wallet open by double clicking :).

"make install" would have already made it executable, if not do "chmod +x /usr/local/bin/darknet-qt"


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 14, 2016, 04:24:22 PM
I downloaded source from git, I ran the script , then the usual : ./configure, make and then sudo make install, it all went well and installed.
I went to /usr/local/bin, then double clicked the darknet-qt, I got a dialog box error saying:
Code:
The file "darknet-qt" has no known programs associated with it.  If you trust the source of this file, and have sufficient permissions, you can mark it executable and launch it. Or, you can use the "Open With" dialogue to pick a program to associate it with.

Is it a permissions problem? if so how do I fix?

Cheers.

Try running the app from terminal. Just type "darknet-qt" from command prompt. I am still not able to figure out how to make a wallet open by double clicking :).

"make install" would have already made it executable, if not do "chmod +x /usr/local/bin/darknet-qt"

That done it.

Cheers. ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 14, 2016, 06:11:14 PM
Dev what are your plans or proposals for the future of DNET? Any roadmap in the works?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Maicol792 on February 14, 2016, 06:14:27 PM
hello now i have downloaded qt wallet from link in first page ... but how i can change language?? when i start qtwallet it in chinese.... how i can change language?? thanks


 ???


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Maicol792 on February 14, 2016, 06:17:50 PM
hello now i have downloaded qt wallet from link in first page ... but how i can change language?? when i start qtwallet it in chinese.... how i can change language?? thanks


 ???

autoresolved :-) i find option in setting :-) finally eng selected .... one big auto thanks :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Maicol792 on February 14, 2016, 07:33:26 PM
on my wallet i setted mastenode address ... now i send from my address to masternode address exctly 10000 dnet ... i apply complete procedure for run masternode but when in console write masternode start the result is " Not capable masternode: Can't detect external address. Please use the masternodeaddr configuration option."

why???

i can set masternode in my wallet if i have in totally 13000 dnet ... and sended 10000 to my mastenode address created... why not work?

thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kondiomir on February 14, 2016, 07:47:43 PM
Add in the conf file:

Code:
masternodeaddr=YOURIPADDRESS:51472



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 14, 2016, 07:51:53 PM
I'm trying to spin up a darknet wallet on an ubuntu box, I pulled down the latest DNET linux wallet, installed the dependencies and from what i can tell I'm supposed to run ./darknet-cli. When i ran it the first time it complained about no .conf, so I put that in place and now it just spits out "error: couldn't connect to server" when i run ./darknet-cli start. Any suggestions? Works fine on OSX and Windows...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 14, 2016, 07:57:39 PM
I'm trying to spin up a darknet wallet on an ubuntu box, I pulled down the latest DNET linux wallet, installed the dependencies and from what i can tell I'm supposed to run ./darknet-cli. When i ran it the first time it complained about no .conf, so I put that in place and now it just spits out "error: couldn't connect to server" when i run ./darknet-cli start. Any suggestions? Works fine on OSX and Windows...

The darknet-cli is used to pass commands to the wallet. The command to start the wallet is ./darknetd for the daemon.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: raetsch on February 14, 2016, 08:01:01 PM
Try the darknet-qt in src/qt.
Add the nodes from op. My win wallet didn't need the addnodes, the linux one didn't connect without.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 14, 2016, 08:21:27 PM
Try the darknet-qt in src/qt.
Add the nodes from op. My win wallet didn't need the addnodes, the linux one didn't connect without.

Thank trying to do this but need to build from source to get that darknet-qt to show up in src/qt... tried building from source and got this error/output stream:

Code:
Making all in src
make[1]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[2]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-allocators.lo
  CXX      primitives/libbitcoinconsensus_la-transaction.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-hmac_sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha1.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha256.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-ripemd160.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-eccryptoverify.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-ecwrapper.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-hash.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-pubkey.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-script.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-interpreter.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-bitcoinconsensus.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-uint256.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-utilstrencodings.lo
  CXXLD    libbitcoinconsensus.la
  CXX      darknetd-darknetd.o
g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.8/README.Bugs> for instructions.
make[2]: *** [darknetd-darknetd.o] Error 4
make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Any ideas?  :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 14, 2016, 08:23:33 PM
on my wallet i setted mastenode address ... now i send from my address to masternode address exctly 10000 dnet ... i apply complete procedure for run masternode but when in console write masternode start the result is " Not capable masternode: Can't detect external address. Please use the masternodeaddr configuration option."

why???

i can set masternode in my wallet if i have in totally 13000 dnet ... and sended 10000 to my mastenode address created... why not work?

thanks

You missed a step, Your router MUST have port 51472 open or you will get this error


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 14, 2016, 08:25:47 PM
Try the darknet-qt in src/qt.
Add the nodes from op. My win wallet didn't need the addnodes, the linux one didn't connect without.

Thank trying to do this but need to build from source to get that darknet-qt to show up in src/qt... tried building from source and got this error/output stream:

Code:
Making all in src
make[1]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[2]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-allocators.lo
  CXX      primitives/libbitcoinconsensus_la-transaction.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-hmac_sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha1.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha256.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-ripemd160.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-eccryptoverify.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-ecwrapper.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-hash.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-pubkey.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-script.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-interpreter.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-bitcoinconsensus.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-uint256.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-utilstrencodings.lo
  CXXLD    libbitcoinconsensus.la
  CXX      darknetd-darknetd.o
g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.8/README.Bugs> for instructions.
make[2]: *** [darknetd-darknetd.o] Error 4
make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Any ideas?  :-\

did you use the install script that I provided to compile and install all the Deps etc? then auto-compile everything for you??

You can also use the precompiled Linux binaries I have provided as well

if you download the precompiled binaries, there is also a script to install all the required Deps before you can use those binaries.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 14, 2016, 08:27:13 PM
Try the darknet-qt in src/qt.
Add the nodes from op. My win wallet didn't need the addnodes, the linux one didn't connect without.

Thank trying to do this but need to build from source to get that darknet-qt to show up in src/qt... tried building from source and got this error/output stream:

Code:
Making all in src
make[1]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[2]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-allocators.lo
  CXX      primitives/libbitcoinconsensus_la-transaction.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-hmac_sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha1.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha256.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-ripemd160.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-eccryptoverify.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-ecwrapper.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-hash.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-pubkey.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-script.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-interpreter.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-bitcoinconsensus.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-uint256.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-utilstrencodings.lo
  CXXLD    libbitcoinconsensus.la
  CXX      darknetd-darknetd.o
g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.8/README.Bugs> for instructions.
make[2]: *** [darknetd-darknetd.o] Error 4
make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Any ideas?  :-\

How much RAM do you have available? I usually see "g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)" compiling on Raspberry Pi with too many cores and I run out of RAM.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 14, 2016, 09:57:53 PM
I'm stuck syncing at block 20540 for both my wallets since an hour ago even with plenty of active connections.
Anyone else having similar issues? :'(


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: impulse709 on February 14, 2016, 10:07:21 PM
im unable to get wallet to sync  have 0 peers and cant add nodes through console... help?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 14, 2016, 10:17:32 PM
We are looking into the stall. We know one of the pools went down earlier at that time.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 14, 2016, 11:13:27 PM
OK guys, I need everyone to turn on their wallet solo-mining just incase

Please everyone add gen=1 to your darknet.conf file. it will help keeping the hash decentralized so this doesn't happen again.


The issue was caused by too much hash being on one pool, and that pool went down. so the blockchain stalled. Stakebox and Myself have put some hash at several of the pools for the next few days to keep it going.

Sorry for the issues..

KEEP MINING!! Please


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 14, 2016, 11:36:45 PM
Coin-Server is back up again.  We are watching the backend to make sure the wallet doesn't get banned again.

http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ocminer on February 15, 2016, 12:10:06 AM
Everything looks good again.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 15, 2016, 12:19:57 AM
Thanks OC!!

Everyone needs to do a masternode start-all as your masternodes expired while the chain stalled..

Thanks!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 15, 2016, 02:03:22 AM
Coin-Server is still down, the network ban is still in place.  We will be offline with the pool and the explorer and the public nodes for the next 24 hours.

Sorry for the inconvenience...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on February 15, 2016, 02:31:45 AM
Yep lost connection to the network and a couple thousand coins in the process on that deal. I'll point one of my cards to a pool if it keeps that from happening again.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 15, 2016, 03:18:32 AM
Seems my controller wallet was on a different fork to my masternodes?  ???
I'm only using the nodes list in the OP in my darknet.conf file. Hmm.

My masternodes matches the block number of the block explorer.
But the controller wallet had a much higher block #. (about 100 more)
Tried rescan but still same. So I'm trying to sync up from scratch now.

Update: Still same. Hmm. I seem to sync from only node 173.245.148.70 in the OP list in the beginning.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 15, 2016, 03:29:06 AM
Yep lost connection to the network and a couple thousand coins in the process on that deal. I'll point one of my cards to a pool if it keeps that from happening again.

couple thousand coins how?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on February 15, 2016, 04:15:36 AM
Yep lost connection to the network and a couple thousand coins in the process on that deal. I'll point one of my cards to a pool if it keeps that from happening again.

couple thousand coins how?

I'm not sure, they were payments from my masternode. I noticed I had 0 connections to the network so I restarted my wallet and masternode, about 25% stayed the rest are gone, no longer in the transaction list or anything. Fork maybe? Not sure what happened exactly.

Am I the only one that shows the obfuscation stuff disabled on this latest wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 15, 2016, 04:27:09 AM
I'm not sure, they were payments from my masternode. I noticed I had 0 connections to the network so I restarted my wallet and masternode, about 25% stayed the rest are gone, no longer in the transaction list or anything. Fork maybe? Not sure what happened exactly.

Am I the only one that shows the obfuscation stuff disabled on this latest wallet?

I had the same issue. I had a few masternode payments that came in and some even confirmed but now they all disappeared.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 15, 2016, 04:35:25 AM
There were some blocks, after the blockchain started moving again, that were orphaned until everyone restarted their master node and the network caught back up. everything seems to be moving along fine now


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on February 15, 2016, 04:46:15 AM
Cool, no big deal man, glad you guys got it sorted fast.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 15, 2016, 04:51:52 AM
Is the block explorer up to date?

http://darknetexplorer.coin-server.com/


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 15, 2016, 04:58:53 AM
the issue stemmed from the Pool/blockexplorer was banned for some reason (We are researching the specific reason) but essentially had a misbehaving masternode at the same IP as the pool/blockexplorer. So the network banned his IP, so his wallet connected with a few other iP's that were also banned and created their own little temp network where the blocks were all 250 DNET because their little network did not have any masternodes on it to trigger the 20%/80% split that the reward does on the correct network. but those of use who were mining that pool, got orphans because when the pool handed out the 250 DNET blocks only to the miner, then Network enforced the Reward rules and Orphaned those blocks.

Until We figure out why his IP was banned other than a misbehaving Master node, it is important that people follow the rules of 1 public IP per masternode or the network will ban your IP and any wallet that is also attached to that banned IP which is what ended up happening.

So no, the Block Explorer is not up to date at the moment, it should be back online tomorrow sometime. Sorry Guys..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 15, 2016, 05:22:57 AM
Ah. Thanks for the explanation.

I got my controller & master nodes all in sync and all having same block numbers now. (20888 at time of writing)



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 15, 2016, 05:25:31 AM
yeah, I consider it growing pains until the network can grow to a more stable size. Thanks for sticking with us. The network is real fragile in the beginning


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 15, 2016, 05:35:04 AM
Try the darknet-qt in src/qt.
Add the nodes from op. My win wallet didn't need the addnodes, the linux one didn't connect without.

Thank trying to do this but need to build from source to get that darknet-qt to show up in src/qt... tried building from source and got this error/output stream:

Code:
Making all in src
make[1]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[2]: Entering directory `/root/Darknet/src'
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-allocators.lo
  CXX      primitives/libbitcoinconsensus_la-transaction.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-hmac_sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha1.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha256.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-sha512.lo
  CXX      crypto/libbitcoinconsensus_la-ripemd160.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-eccryptoverify.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-ecwrapper.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-hash.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-pubkey.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-script.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-interpreter.lo
  CXX      script/libbitcoinconsensus_la-bitcoinconsensus.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-uint256.lo
  CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-utilstrencodings.lo
  CXXLD    libbitcoinconsensus.la
  CXX      darknetd-darknetd.o
g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.8/README.Bugs> for instructions.
make[2]: *** [darknetd-darknetd.o] Error 4
make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/Darknet/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Any ideas?  :-\

How much RAM do you have available? I usually see "g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)" compiling on Raspberry Pi with too many cores and I run out of RAM.

I think it might be this, let me try upping the ram and giving it another go


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 15, 2016, 03:00:20 PM
the issue stemmed from the Pool/blockexplorer was banned for some reason (We are researching the specific reason) but essentially had a misbehaving masternode at the same IP as the pool/blockexplorer. So the network banned his IP, so his wallet connected with a few other iP's that were also banned and created their own little temp network where the blocks were all 250 DNET because their little network did not have any masternodes on it to trigger the 20%/80% split that the reward does on the correct network. but those of use who were mining that pool, got orphans because when the pool handed out the 250 DNET blocks only to the miner, then Network enforced the Reward rules and Orphaned those blocks.

Until We figure out why his IP was banned other than a misbehaving Master node, it is important that people follow the rules of 1 public IP per masternode or the network will ban your IP and any wallet that is also attached to that banned IP which is what ended up happening.

So no, the Block Explorer is not up to date at the moment, it should be back online tomorrow sometime. Sorry Guys..

Theoritical question: if I know the IP address of a masternode that is not mine and start my own masternode with his address as my masternodeaddr, does it mean I can ban both him and myself?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on February 15, 2016, 03:18:29 PM
the issue stemmed from the Pool/blockexplorer was banned for some reason (We are researching the specific reason) but essentially had a misbehaving masternode at the same IP as the pool/blockexplorer. So the network banned his IP, so his wallet connected with a few other iP's that were also banned and created their own little temp network where the blocks were all 250 DNET because their little network did not have any masternodes on it to trigger the 20%/80% split that the reward does on the correct network. but those of use who were mining that pool, got orphans because when the pool handed out the 250 DNET blocks only to the miner, then Network enforced the Reward rules and Orphaned those blocks.

Until We figure out why his IP was banned other than a misbehaving Master node, it is important that people follow the rules of 1 public IP per masternode or the network will ban your IP and any wallet that is also attached to that banned IP which is what ended up happening.

So no, the Block Explorer is not up to date at the moment, it should be back online tomorrow sometime. Sorry Guys..

Theoritical question: if I know the IP address of a masternode that is not mine and start my own masternode with his address as my masternodeaddr, does it mean I can ban both him and myself?
I would say no, you would also need the masternode privkey to get it banned i think.
Masternodeadr is where to look for ip, while masternodeprivkey is the actual wallet?

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: tylerderden on February 15, 2016, 03:53:39 PM
the issue stemmed from the Pool/blockexplorer was banned for some reason (We are researching the specific reason) but essentially had a misbehaving masternode at the same IP as the pool/blockexplorer. So the network banned his IP, so his wallet connected with a few other iP's that were also banned and created their own little temp network where the blocks were all 250 DNET because their little network did not have any masternodes on it to trigger the 20%/80% split that the reward does on the correct network. but those of use who were mining that pool, got orphans because when the pool handed out the 250 DNET blocks only to the miner, then Network enforced the Reward rules and Orphaned those blocks.

Until We figure out why his IP was banned other than a misbehaving Master node, it is important that people follow the rules of 1 public IP per masternode or the network will ban your IP and any wallet that is also attached to that banned IP which is what ended up happening.

So no, the Block Explorer is not up to date at the moment, it should be back online tomorrow sometime. Sorry Guys..

Theoritical question: if I know the IP address of a masternode that is not mine and start my own masternode with his address as my masternodeaddr, does it mean I can ban both him and myself?

Don't ban me bro lol


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 15, 2016, 04:36:16 PM
the issue stemmed from the Pool/blockexplorer was banned for some reason (We are researching the specific reason) but essentially had a misbehaving masternode at the same IP as the pool/blockexplorer. So the network banned his IP, so his wallet connected with a few other iP's that were also banned and created their own little temp network where the blocks were all 250 DNET because their little network did not have any masternodes on it to trigger the 20%/80% split that the reward does on the correct network. but those of use who were mining that pool, got orphans because when the pool handed out the 250 DNET blocks only to the miner, then Network enforced the Reward rules and Orphaned those blocks.

Until We figure out why his IP was banned other than a misbehaving Master node, it is important that people follow the rules of 1 public IP per masternode or the network will ban your IP and any wallet that is also attached to that banned IP which is what ended up happening.

So no, the Block Explorer is not up to date at the moment, it should be back online tomorrow sometime. Sorry Guys..

Theoritical question: if I know the IP address of a masternode that is not mine and start my own masternode with his address as my masternodeaddr, does it mean I can ban both him and myself?

Don't ban me bro lol

Heh, not my intention but if it works that way that can be exploited to ban masternodes along with pools/block explorers/etc if they also happen to run a local masternode.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 15, 2016, 05:25:30 PM
the issue stemmed from the Pool/blockexplorer was banned for some reason (We are researching the specific reason) but essentially had a misbehaving masternode at the same IP as the pool/blockexplorer. So the network banned his IP, so his wallet connected with a few other iP's that were also banned and created their own little temp network where the blocks were all 250 DNET because their little network did not have any masternodes on it to trigger the 20%/80% split that the reward does on the correct network. but those of use who were mining that pool, got orphans because when the pool handed out the 250 DNET blocks only to the miner, then Network enforced the Reward rules and Orphaned those blocks.

Until We figure out why his IP was banned other than a misbehaving Master node, it is important that people follow the rules of 1 public IP per masternode or the network will ban your IP and any wallet that is also attached to that banned IP which is what ended up happening.

So no, the Block Explorer is not up to date at the moment, it should be back online tomorrow sometime. Sorry Guys..

Theoritical question: if I know the IP address of a masternode that is not mine and start my own masternode with his address as my masternodeaddr, does it mean I can ban both him and myself?

No, you would need their information from their Controller wallet, as their MN key is just to verify that a wallet is running out there as a Masternode


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jk9694 on February 15, 2016, 09:11:49 PM
http://darknet-crypto.com/files/bct_images/cs-logo.jpg (http://coin-server.com)

Coin-Server is now back online after the network ban.  The explorer and the pool are now good to go.  Happy Mining...

Sorry for the downtime there.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 15, 2016, 10:02:05 PM
When i type 'masternode winners' I'm seeing "Unknown"  ??? for the last 9 or so blocks. Is this what other people on the network are seeing or is something wrong with my wallet/controller wallet. I'm running several masternodes so if something is incorrect, I'd like to know! Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 16, 2016, 12:02:40 AM
When i type 'masternode winners' I'm seeing "Unknown"  ??? for the last 9 or so blocks. Is this what other people on the network are seeing or is something wrong with my wallet/controller wallet. I'm running several masternodes so if something is incorrect, I'd like to know! Thanks!

Look at the block number, those are future blocks.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 16, 2016, 06:01:40 AM
If no one noticed, Presstab put up a Darknet block explorer.. Link is on the ANN :) Thank You @Presstab!!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 16, 2016, 02:20:37 PM
Hey Dev,

Any news about coinmarketcap listing, it will give the coin more visibility.

Also, will the coin be listed on any reputed exchange, otherwise the miners are going to dump the coin to death :(.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kahir on February 16, 2016, 02:51:31 PM
Hey Dev,

Any news about coinmarketcap listing, it will give the coin more visibility.

Also, will the coin be listed on any reputed exchange, otherwise the miners are going to dump the coin to death :(.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/darknet/


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 16, 2016, 02:54:22 PM
 
Hey Dev,

Any news about coinmarketcap listing, it will give the coin more visibility.

Also, will the coin be listed on any reputed exchange, otherwise the miners are going to dump the coin to death :(.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/darknet/

 :o, wow, that was fast.

Thanks Kahir :).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 16, 2016, 03:21:47 PM
Now we know where we are standing among all the other coins.

8BTC marketcap is pretty low for a capable coin. Good time to mine/buy now. Don't go and buy out those buy walls, put your orders on the sell side and wait for the dumpers.

Dev,

We need to polish the OP. Is this coin really capable of anonymous transaction, I am still confused. What does the obfuscate button do?. I am sorry if I sound naive, I have never used Dash coin :).

It will help new comers if you can prepare a white paper.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 16, 2016, 06:29:20 PM
Now we know where we are standing among all the other coins.

8BTC marketcap is pretty low for a capable coin. Good time to mine/buy now. Don't go and buy out those buy walls, put your orders on the sell side and wait for the dumpers.

Dev,

We need to polish the OP. Is this coin really capable of anonymous transaction, I am still confused. What does the obfuscate button do?. I am sorry if I sound naive, I have never used Dash coin :).

It will help new comers if you can prepare a white paper.


Yes, there is still much to do, but we are only 2 people and it will take time... :) I said that this coin is here for the long road, not the get rich quick and then dump scene.

"Obfuscation" is a Mixing service build in to the Network. you can use it to hide your coins origins as they will be sent all over the network through the Masternodes and back to your wallet making them untraceable. We are also working on a few other items that will also ad another layer of privacy to the network. We will release these items shortly before they are to be released.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 16, 2016, 07:46:33 PM
Now we know where we are standing among all the other coins.

8BTC marketcap is pretty low for a capable coin. Good time to mine/buy now. Don't go and buy out those buy walls, put your orders on the sell side and wait for the dumpers.

Dev,

We need to polish the OP. Is this coin really capable of anonymous transaction, I am still confused. What does the obfuscate button do?. I am sorry if I sound naive, I have never used Dash coin :).

It will help new comers if you can prepare a white paper.


Yes, there is still much to do, but we are only 2 people and it will take time... :) I said that this coin is here for the long road, not the get rich quick and then dump scene.

"Obfuscation" is a Mixing service build in to the Network. you can use it to hide your coins origins as they will be sent all over the network through the Masternodes and back to your wallet making them untraceable. We are also working on a few other items that will also ad another layer of privacy to the network. We will release these items shortly before they are to be released.

s3v3n

Have you wrote any new code for the anonymity features or have you copy and pasted DASH?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 16, 2016, 08:23:21 PM
We are working on some New stuff, but it doesn't happen over night. It is a process. Enjoy the ride.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: presstab on February 16, 2016, 08:38:08 PM
If no one noticed, Presstab put up a Darknet block explorer.. Link is on the ANN :) Thank You @Presstab!!

Happy to have DNET on board :) I grabbed 10k DNET today for personal holding, with anticipation of staking it down the road!

Everyone always feel free to request features or report problems on the explorer here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1189685.0)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on February 16, 2016, 09:14:08 PM
We are working on some New stuff, but it doesn't happen over night. It is a process. Enjoy the ride.

Quite vague, but okay, keeping things close to your chest at this early stage is a sign of a non pump and dump scheme.

I will enjoy the ride,thanks. Given the current marketcap of $3000, I expect it's only up.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 16, 2016, 11:37:48 PM
We are working on some New stuff, but it doesn't happen over night. It is a process. Enjoy the ride.

Awesome. I'm certainly going to stick around for the ride.  ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 17, 2016, 03:37:25 AM
My nodes are being skipped again. All on the latest wallet. 7 Hours since last payment - 411 blocks


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 17, 2016, 04:11:53 AM
what are your IP addresses on your Masternodes? PM them to me


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 17, 2016, 05:47:56 AM
what are your IP addresses on your Masternodes? PM them to me

Thanks for looking into it. All in working order now.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 17, 2016, 05:48:11 AM
Who owns these IP's??

188.166.35.49

and

68.172.251.98


Update your Wallets stragglers... :P


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: JudgeDredd_ on February 17, 2016, 05:49:41 AM
Who owns these IP's??

188.166.35.49

and

68.172.251.98


Update your Wallets stragglers... :P
Hello


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 17, 2016, 06:27:47 AM
"Obfuscation" is a Mixing service build in to the Network. you can use it to hide your coins origins as they will be sent all over the network through the Masternodes and back to your wallet making them untraceable. We are also working on a few other items that will also ad another layer of privacy to the network. We will release these items shortly before they are to be released.

s3v3n

Thanks for explaining that Dev. Good to know that, there are still more fun stuffs in the pipeline.

Holding on to my masternodes for a longer ride :).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: impulse709 on February 17, 2016, 11:23:39 AM
hey i was hoping someone could tell me the best config for an HD 5750?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 17, 2016, 01:42:37 PM
Last 2 days were really good for mining......diff was quite low


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: presstab on February 17, 2016, 05:21:15 PM
I added the safecex.com api to my explorer, so now you can see all the orders for DNET on the markets page. (btcpool exchange I don't think has an API)

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/DNET/markets.php


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: crackfoo on February 17, 2016, 07:36:34 PM
Hi,

We've added DNET to the miners multipool: www.zpool.ca

Cheers!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 17, 2016, 08:08:28 PM
My masternodes are all running smoothly and paying out as expected, nice work dev. Looking forward to future plans.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 17, 2016, 11:17:52 PM
hey i was hoping someone could tell me the best config for an HD 5750?

What's your average hashrate right now?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: impulse709 on February 18, 2016, 06:49:29 AM
hey i was hoping someone could tell me the best config for an HD 5750?

What's your average hashrate right now?

its around 980 kh/s give or take.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 18, 2016, 07:27:01 AM
There is now a skype button at the Bottom of the ANN.. :) Join the Public Chat room


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on February 18, 2016, 08:22:35 AM
any hint on where you want to take this coin? maybe a roadmap soon to gather support?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ainv42 on February 18, 2016, 12:26:01 PM
Today I opened the master node 93.171.159.102  How often is the reward? How many a day can make?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 18, 2016, 12:56:20 PM
Today I opened the master node 93.171.159.102  How often is the reward? How many a day can make?

That depends upon the total number of masternodes active. At the moment it is 106.

So you will be getting 50*1440*1/106=650-700 approximately



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 18, 2016, 01:13:11 PM
Do we have control over coins sent to MN address? I mean if I decide not to operate MN after sometime, what will happen to coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 18, 2016, 01:32:50 PM
Do we have control over coins sent to MN address? I mean if I decide not to operate MN after sometime, what will happen to coins?

You can spend the coins fully after you stop the MN.
If you want to continue running MN, you can spend the amount in the MN address minus 10,000.
The wallet containing the MN address should be in your control.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 18, 2016, 02:07:52 PM
How do we stop a MN?


Do we have control over coins sent to MN address? I mean if I decide not to operate MN after sometime, what will happen to coins?

You can spend the coins fully after you stop the MN.
If you want to continue running MN, you can spend the amount in the MN address minus 10,000.
The wallet containing the MN address should be in your control.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ainv42 on February 18, 2016, 04:16:15 PM
How do I know id masternody? This command can  -  masternode outputs ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 18, 2016, 04:39:10 PM
How do we stop a MN?



In my case, I don't use a controller wallet. I manage all my masternodes manually separately.

To stop your MN
1) Stop the darknet daemon "darknet-cli stop"
2) Edit darknet.conf and change "masternode=0"
3) Start the darknet daemon "darknetd"

Now you can spend all the money in that wallet.

With a controller wallet, things might be little more easier. But I have never tried it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 18, 2016, 04:41:23 PM
How do I know id masternody? This command can  -  masternode outputs ?


If you are trying to figure out which one is your MN from the "masternode list" output, that will be the Tx hash of the 10,000 DNET you have sent to your MN wallet in the beginning.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: PapillonV on February 18, 2016, 07:16:46 PM
How many total coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 18, 2016, 07:58:39 PM
How many total coins?

Currently 6,511,001 DNET as per coinmarketcap.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 18, 2016, 08:11:57 PM
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000

PoW appears to last for 180days then we go into a series of PoS tiers.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 18, 2016, 09:39:09 PM
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000

PoW appears to last for 180days then we go into a series of PoS tiers.

Exactly. Pos specifications will be decided in next weeks, as far as I understood.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 18, 2016, 11:44:47 PM
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000

PoW appears to last for 180days then we go into a series of PoS tiers.

Exactly. Pos specifications will be decided in next weeks, as far as I understood.

hopefully dev keeps PoS coins low, 64mil is plenty in PoW given its duration. Rest should just be inflation to keep things moving.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: HORT on February 19, 2016, 12:56:50 AM
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000

PoW appears to last for 180days then we go into a series of PoS tiers.

Exactly. Pos specifications will be decided in next weeks, as far as I understood.

hopefully dev keeps PoS coins low, 64mil is plenty in PoW given its duration. Rest should just be inflation to keep things moving.

Agreed. A moderate POS rate should be instilled. Is it really necessary to have 5 different POS phases? What benefit can that have? Please explain this.

Loving this coin so far though I do have to say. Nice!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 19, 2016, 04:10:55 PM
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000

PoW appears to last for 180days then we go into a series of PoS tiers.

Exactly. Pos specifications will be decided in next weeks, as far as I understood.

hopefully dev keeps PoS coins low, 64mil is plenty in PoW given its duration. Rest should just be inflation to keep things moving.

I do agree too.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 19, 2016, 04:15:27 PM
I noticed someone renting hashpower to mine DNET, paying in BTC.

May I suggest to invest the same amount of BTC in buying DNET directly from the exchanges? You'll get a slightly higher amount of coins and you would help driving BTC volumes up.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kahir on February 19, 2016, 04:16:58 PM
I noticed someone renting hashpower to mine DNET, paying in BTC.

May I suggest to invest the same amount of BTC in buying DNET directly from the exchanges? You'll get a slightly higher amount of coins and you would help driving BTC volumes up.

its not even 10% of pow yet ....lets not rush things ...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 19, 2016, 06:33:02 PM
I noticed someone renting hashpower to mine DNET, paying in BTC.

May I suggest to invest the same amount of BTC in buying DNET directly from the exchanges? You'll get a slightly higher amount of coins and you would help driving BTC volumes up.

its not even 10% of pow yet ....lets not rush things ...

Indeed. I agree.

Just some math applied to "renting" profits compared to "buying"  :)
Network hashrate is sane and nodes are growing and working smooth.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: cryptohunter2 on February 19, 2016, 06:42:41 PM
what's good about this coin?

dash using quark algo? or more goodness in here than that?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Maicol792 on February 19, 2016, 07:24:45 PM
When DNET on Bittrex?? thanks  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on February 19, 2016, 08:30:38 PM
When DNET on Bittrex?? thanks  ;)

SOONTM  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 19, 2016, 10:21:20 PM


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1317448.0

It is with great pleasure to announce that SaluS project has added Darknet [DNET] coin to its portfolio for long term staking and support of DNET project.

SaluS has added 200,000+ DNET to its portfolio



We have been following DarkNet closely ever since launch and given the recent milestone that was reached by DNET team we feel that this addition will be beneficial for both SaluS and DNET project.

Good luck with this project and please join DNET to Slack Shared Network (SSN) for wider community visibility and support.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1328107.0



Sorry for hijacking the thread ;)

Thanks,

-Kushed


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on February 20, 2016, 03:11:52 AM
Hi guys
well we are  starting to get a few orders  now for the Masternodes witch is cool thanks for that
i have now added this to the email that  our system sends out


Quote
Dear {$client_name},

PLEASE READ THIS EMAIL IN FULL AND PRINT IT FOR YOUR RECORDS

Thank you for your order from us!

Your Darnet Masternode has now been setup and this email contains all the information you will need in order to begin using your account.

New Account Information

Package: {$service_product_name}
First Payment Amount: {$service_first_payment_amount}
Recurring Amount: {$service_recurring_amount}
Billing Cycle: {$service_billing_cycle}
Next Due Date: {$service_next_due_date}

Node Login Details

Username: root
Password: {$service_password}
IPs: {php}$serv=$this->_tpl_vars["service_id"];$query=mysql_query("SELECT vmtype,vmid,vmip FROM tblhosting WHERE id=".$serv);$info=mysql_fetch_array($query);echo $info["vmip"];{/php}

Manage Server: {$whmcs_url}/clientarea.php?action=productdetails&id={$service_id}}

You must setup your masternode now.

OK, so you want to start a DarkNet masternode, here's how to do it. Note, these instuctions are intended for
those running the Qt DarkNet wallet. If you are using darknetd the same steps apply, but, whenever a command is
to be entered in the console you would enter the command on the command line preceded by "./darnet-cli",
for example, to generate the masternode private key you would enter "./darknet-cli masternode genkey".
This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: First, open the console of your wallet and create an address for your masternode, do this by entering
"getaccountaddress MN". You can replace "MN" with whatever you would like to name your masternode.

Step 2: Send 10000DNET to the address you just created. It must be exactly 10000, in one transaction.

Step 3: Execute "masternode genkey" in your wallet's console.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf folder in the data directory for your wallet, edit it like so:

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Replace the Xs with the key generated when you ran "masternode genkey" in step 3.

Step 5: Save the darknet.conf file, close, and restart your wallet.

Step 6: In the console of your wallet enter "masternode start", assuming everything went well you should see a
message letting you know your masternode has been started successfully.




Thank you for choosing us.

{$signature}

If you think i sound add any more information please let me know

thanks
Paul
 

Are there step by step instructions for what needs to be done on the sever side?

I've followed the multiple masternode setup guide in the OP but am not a linux user.  Any help would be appreciated.   :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: altsay on February 20, 2016, 09:02:10 AM
I noticed someone renting hashpower to mine DNET, paying in BTC.

May I suggest to invest the same amount of BTC in buying DNET directly from the exchanges? You'll get a slightly higher amount of coins and you would help driving BTC volumes up.

If you believe altcoin prices in general will skyrocket in some future or want to chase pump&dumps for specific ones, then renting is an option, otherwise it's not a wise investment.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 20, 2016, 10:48:39 AM
Hi guys
well we are  starting to get a few orders  now for the Masternodes witch is cool thanks for that
i have now added this to the email that  our system sends out


Quote
Dear {$client_name},

PLEASE READ THIS EMAIL IN FULL AND PRINT IT FOR YOUR RECORDS

Thank you for your order from us!

Your Darnet Masternode has now been setup and this email contains all the information you will need in order to begin using your account.

New Account Information

Package: {$service_product_name}
First Payment Amount: {$service_first_payment_amount}
Recurring Amount: {$service_recurring_amount}
Billing Cycle: {$service_billing_cycle}
Next Due Date: {$service_next_due_date}

Node Login Details

Username: root
Password: {$service_password}
IPs: {php}$serv=$this->_tpl_vars["service_id"];$query=mysql_query("SELECT vmtype,vmid,vmip FROM tblhosting WHERE id=".$serv);$info=mysql_fetch_array($query);echo $info["vmip"];{/php}

Manage Server: {$whmcs_url}/clientarea.php?action=productdetails&id={$service_id}}

You must setup your masternode now.

OK, so you want to start a DarkNet masternode, here's how to do it. Note, these instuctions are intended for
those running the Qt DarkNet wallet. If you are using darknetd the same steps apply, but, whenever a command is
to be entered in the console you would enter the command on the command line preceded by "./darnet-cli",
for example, to generate the masternode private key you would enter "./darknet-cli masternode genkey".
This should go without saying, but don't enter the quotation marks when entering commands.

Step 1: First, open the console of your wallet and create an address for your masternode, do this by entering
"getaccountaddress MN". You can replace "MN" with whatever you would like to name your masternode.

Step 2: Send 10000DNET to the address you just created. It must be exactly 10000, in one transaction.

Step 3: Execute "masternode genkey" in your wallet's console.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf folder in the data directory for your wallet, edit it like so:

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Replace the Xs with the key generated when you ran "masternode genkey" in step 3.

Step 5: Save the darknet.conf file, close, and restart your wallet.

Step 6: In the console of your wallet enter "masternode start", assuming everything went well you should see a
message letting you know your masternode has been started successfully.




Thank you for choosing us.

{$signature}

If you think i sound add any more information please let me know

thanks
Paul
 

Are there step by step instructions for what needs to be done on the sever side?

I've followed the multiple masternode setup guide in the OP but am not a linux user.  Any help would be appreciated.   :)


So I assume you're on windows, and you rented a vps. Install Winscp on windows, it will make backup things easier. Where are you stuck at btw? Did you connect to your vps? Is darknetd running?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: King Buzz on February 20, 2016, 02:25:02 PM
 :)    it was raining in blighty    so i pumped dnet at yobit.....

no worries...

reached a 6000 percet high ...:}


:}


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET d net maker d net taker
Post by: King Buzz on February 20, 2016, 02:27:11 PM
......we reached 5000 satoshis....   just give people a taste of the price they can expect

long time holder  will ship to poly when listed 'der

   buzz never stops...x


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET d net maker d net taker
Post by: notsofast on February 20, 2016, 02:30:13 PM
......we reached 5000 satoshis....   just give people a taste of the price they can expect

long time holder  will ship to poly when listed 'der

   buzz never stops...x

Nice job, it got me talking on Twitter, get that DNET hype train loaded


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kahir on February 20, 2016, 02:34:35 PM
looks like someone bought my DNET ......


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 20, 2016, 03:05:06 PM
looks like someone bought my DNET ......

Nice market  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kahir on February 20, 2016, 03:37:29 PM
looks like someone bought my DNET ......

Nice market  :)


yeah now I will try to get at 100 sat again


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bitcoininspace on February 20, 2016, 05:27:39 PM
looks like someone bought my DNET ......

Nice market  :)


yeah now I will try to get at 100 sat again

That may have been me. :) Don't think you will see it at 100 again. ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 20, 2016, 05:30:15 PM
looks like someone bought my DNET ......

Nice market  :)


yeah now I will try to get at 100 sat again

That may have been me. :) Don't think you will see it at 100 again. ;)

100 won't happen. I'll scoop up anthing that goes near that.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on February 20, 2016, 05:46:54 PM
Hi guys
well we are  starting to get a few orders  now for the Masternodes witch is cool thanks for that
i have now added this to the email that  our system sends out


Quote

If you think i sound add any more information please let me know

thanks
Paul
 

Are there step by step instructions for what needs to be done on the sever side?

I've followed the multiple masternode setup guide in the OP but am not a linux user.  Any help would be appreciated.   :)


So I assume you're on windows, and you rented a vps. Install Winscp on windows, it will make backup things easier. Where are you stuck at btw? Did you connect to your vps? Is darknetd running?


Correct, I am able to ssh/ftp into the server, I'm just having trouble finding the .conf file at this point to edit and start the masternode.

FYI pjcltd - I did not receive any email confirmation the servers were set up with the instructions but I can see in the dashboard they're ready.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 20, 2016, 06:16:11 PM
Hi guys
well we are  starting to get a few orders  now for the Masternodes witch is cool thanks for that
i have now added this to the email that  our system sends out


Quote

If you think i sound add any more information please let me know

thanks
Paul
 

Are there step by step instructions for what needs to be done on the sever side?

I've followed the multiple masternode setup guide in the OP but am not a linux user.  Any help would be appreciated.   :)


So I assume you're on windows, and you rented a vps. Install Winscp on windows, it will make backup things easier. Where are you stuck at btw? Did you connect to your vps? Is darknetd running?


Correct, I am able to ssh/ftp into the server, I'm just having trouble finding the .conf file at this point to edit and start the masternode.

FYI pjcltd - I did not receive any email confirmation the servers were set up with the instructions but I can see in the dashboard they're ready.

cd .Darknet
vi darknet.conf

(case sensitive)



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 20, 2016, 06:28:11 PM
Someone is mining this coin with 3GH farm!!!!!!!!!!! Diff has skyrocketed


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Piston Honda on February 20, 2016, 08:46:01 PM
scam orrrr.........????


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on February 20, 2016, 09:03:45 PM
scam orrrr.........????

Yea, they're gonna make out like bandits with that whopping 60k premine they took to get the network running.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 20, 2016, 11:01:55 PM
scam orrrr.........????

Yea, they're gonna make out like bandits with that whopping 60k premine they took to get the network running.

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D This was fun!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 20, 2016, 11:06:10 PM
scam orrrr.........????

FYI, That 60k will get burned when we change to PoS. We needed a minimum amount of masternodes to get the network going. It will all be verified and Transparent. No need to spread Fud.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 20, 2016, 11:07:29 PM
scam orrrr.........????

FYI, That 60k will get burned when we change to PoS. We needed a minimum amount of masternodes to get the network going. It will all be verified and Transparent. No need to spread Fud.. :)

When will the change to PoS happen?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kevinjulio on February 20, 2016, 11:10:16 PM
DNET high 5000 low 200
if count % , how many percent ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 20, 2016, 11:17:35 PM
DNET high 5000 low 200
if count % , how many percent ?

There was a buy spree today, and not many people are willing to sell one of the fairest coin we saw in last months, that explains the peak.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 20, 2016, 11:20:36 PM
DNET high 5000 low 200
if count % , how many percent ?

There was a buy spree today, and not many people are willing to sell one of the fairest coin we saw in last months, that explains the peak.

The coin is still a sleeper,  the masses will get FOMOed soon as they realize the potential.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 20, 2016, 11:35:13 PM
It's definitely one to watch. Wish I bought some more earlier in the week!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bitcoininspace on February 20, 2016, 11:56:45 PM
DNET high 5000 low 200
if count % , how many percent ?

There was a buy spree today, and not many people are willing to sell one of the fairest coin we saw in last months, that explains the peak.

The coin is still a sleeper,  the masses will get FOMOed soon as they realize the potential.

Wait til it hits anything but yobit.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 21, 2016, 02:04:55 AM
DNET high 5000 low 200
if count % , how many percent ?

There was a buy spree today, and not many people are willing to sell one of the fairest coin we saw in last months, that explains the peak.

The coin is still a sleeper,  the masses will get FOMOed soon as they realize the potential.

Wait til it hits anything but yobit.

The requests for Polo and Bittrex have already been submitted. Please feel free to submit a request as well.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 21, 2016, 06:33:03 AM
scam orrrr.........????

FYI, That 60k will get burned when we change to PoS. We needed a minimum amount of masternodes to get the network going. It will all be verified and Transparent. No need to spread Fud.. :)

Thanks dev. This kinda honesty is why i spend time on a coin like this, set up masternodes to help support the network. Keep up the good work! 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 21, 2016, 07:24:14 AM
scam orrrr.........????

FYI, That 60k will get burned when we change to PoS. We needed a minimum amount of masternodes to get the network going. It will all be verified and Transparent. No need to spread Fud.. :)

Thanks dev. This kinda honesty is why i spend time on a coin like this, set up masternodes to help support the network. Keep up the good work! 8)

Indeed, dev is a kind and honest and seems to be very motivated on making this coin a success. Rather spend my money on legit projects such as this than gamble with fly by pump and dump scams.

s3v3nh4cks, keep at it and let us know if you need help with anything.

Good luck,

-Kushed



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 21, 2016, 09:42:19 AM
Just wondering... If I have a controller wallet with 2 public addresses with 10k coins in each and 2 empty remote masternodes, do I need to have the controller wallet constantly running after it's used to start the remote masternodes to keep getting payments? or will payments stop once I close the controller wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 21, 2016, 06:42:48 PM
Just wondering... If I have a controller wallet with 2 public addresses with 10k coins in each and 2 empty remote masternodes, do I need to have the controller wallet constantly running after it's used to start the remote masternodes to keep getting payments? or will payments stop once I close the controller wallet?

nope, your controller wallet can be off and the payments will not stop.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 21, 2016, 07:20:16 PM
@s3v3nh4cks any proposals for '10% PROPOSALS' coins? We are approaching 43201.........approx 30K done :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 21, 2016, 07:28:01 PM
My first proposal will be for the continued payment for Presstabs Block Explorer. I have already paid for the first 6 months, and I will be submitting this proposal within the next few days.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 21, 2016, 08:16:47 PM
My first proposal will be for the continued payment for Presstabs Block Explorer. I have already paid for the first 6 months, and I will be submitting this proposal within the next few days.

good....why not have a road-map with proposals? it will help everyone understand how this coin is (or will be) different from other similar coins. Without any details it will be just another annon coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 21, 2016, 08:32:23 PM
My first proposal will be for the continued payment for Presstabs Block Explorer. I have already paid for the first 6 months, and I will be submitting this proposal within the next few days.

good....why not have a road-map with proposals? it will help everyone understand how this coin is (or will be) different from other similar coins. Without any details it will be just another annon coin.

I agree, a roadmap with simple steps would be very helpful. I know a few merchants who may be interested in the project for an online shop, let's show them how serious is s3v3nh4cks about this coin  :)



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 21, 2016, 09:10:32 PM
9 more days to go before PoW rewards drops by 12.5%. (from 200 to 175 per block)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 21, 2016, 09:19:02 PM
Yes, we do need a roadmap, and will be working on that shortly. We are working on getting a secondary Anon network setup with instructions on how to Build Anon Masternodes to support the network. When we are finished with that, I will be working on the Roadmap. Baby Steps, we want to make sure an item is correct and working correctly before we move on the the next item.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 22, 2016, 01:30:02 PM
Yes, we do need a roadmap, and will be working on that shortly. We are working on getting a secondary Anon network setup with instructions on how to Build Anon Masternodes to support the network. When we are finished with that, I will be working on the Roadmap. Baby Steps, we want to make sure an item is correct and working correctly before we move on the the next item.

s3v3n

Cool, please keep us updated about the progress you make on Anon Masternodes.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: magaura on February 22, 2016, 08:54:24 PM
Waiting for that roadmap..and accumulating.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 22, 2016, 11:41:15 PM
I need 6 volunteers to test out the Tor nodes with their wallets. First 6 people who PM me will get the details. Hopefully we will be posting the guides and node list soon so everyone who is interested in creating an Tor Masternode can do so.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: userpacman1 on February 23, 2016, 12:41:55 AM
I need 6 volunteers to test out the Tor nodes with their wallets. First 6 people who PM me will get the details. Hopefully we will be posting the guides and node list soon so everyone who is interested in creating an Tor Masternode can do so.

s3v3n

Great. Good job s3v3n!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 23, 2016, 12:57:00 AM
DNET high 5000 low 200
if count % , how many percent ?

There was a buy spree today, and not many people are willing to sell one of the fairest coin we saw in last months, that explains the peak.

Yeah, consequently masternode count jumped from 196 to 270. Which means 34% of the availably supply is held up in masternodes. We'll probably reach 50% in a week.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 23, 2016, 03:08:58 AM
https://i.imgur.com/1DjiG5x.jpg

Oh boy. It will probably crash back down but in a few weeks/months I'm sure this will go much, much higher.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 03:13:07 AM
Yes crash coming. Will rebuy cheap at 100 sat.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 03:15:52 AM
Yes crash coming. Will rebuy cheap at 100 sat.

One can only hope   :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 03:21:53 AM
Yes.

So many dumping on Yobit. I think this is time to be smart and sell. Maybe rebuy 200 sat tomorrow.


Be a smart trader.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 03:38:21 AM
Here is my TA, be careful.

http://i.imgur.com/xqx7ov9.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: magaura on February 23, 2016, 03:41:44 AM
Fuck You Loops!
http://www.guns.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/url2.jpeg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Pyramusx on February 23, 2016, 03:41:53 AM
Loops just wants to get it for the low low


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 03:49:18 AM
Here is my TA, be careful.


Wow ^ this guy realy wants cheap coins.  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 03:50:33 AM
So many sockpuppet accounts. Dev is a scammer? I dont know.

Be careful guys! Protect yourself and take some profit.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: scambust on February 23, 2016, 03:55:38 AM
Here is my TA, be careful.

http://i.imgur.com/xqx7ov9.jpg


Ladeedaa


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: donnyespo on February 23, 2016, 03:55:54 AM
how do you disable a masternode?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 03:57:09 AM
how do you disable a masternode?

Masternode=0


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 03:57:18 AM
how do you disable a masternode?

You want to send them coins to exchange dont you? Very smart.

People are giving up.
Dev hasn't been seen for days.
This coin is dead.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 23, 2016, 04:04:30 AM
how do you disable a masternode?

You want to send them coins to exchange dont you? Very smart.

People are giving up.
Dev hasn't been seen for days.
This coin is dead.

Umm, a few hours ago s3v3nh4cks asked for volunteers to help with testing out the Tor nodes we have been working on. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13977355#msg13977355. Please take your nonsense elsewhere. This has been a thread that was devoid of mindless drivel of the sort you are spewing until recently, let's keep it that way.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 04:07:42 AM
Hmm.. Very suspicious how fast dev came back online to reply when he should have been developing.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 04:09:14 AM
Hmm.. Very suspicious how fast dev came back online to reply when he should have been developing.

Its cause of mindless trolls like this, why I made own thread self moded.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 04:12:26 AM
Calm down guys. I know price is dumping but this is not professional.
Segregation on forum is not a solution. That's how Hitler started.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 04:16:12 AM
Calm down guys. I know price is dumping but this is not professional.
Segregation on forum is not a solution. That's how Hitler started.

Good job, keep bumping the thread.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 23, 2016, 04:27:38 AM
I hope you are right loops. I'll put some buy orders at 200 sat before it gets de-listed.  ;D ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 04:28:56 AM
I hope you are right loops. I'll put some buy orders at 200 sat before it gets de-listed.  ;D ;D ;D ;D

Yeah, i hope we get a chance at 200 again before it ends up on bittrex.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on February 23, 2016, 04:32:06 AM
how is it dumping? looks like its accumulation to me. still up 100% in 24hours... uhhhg... on a serious note, after the 1.0.1 release my masternode went from 8 connections in and 8 connections out, to 0 in and 8 out. anyone know why?

edit. 197% up


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 05:20:51 AM
edit. 197% up

Yes, time for correction.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on February 23, 2016, 05:52:43 AM
edit. 197% up

Yes, time for correction.

Classic loops! Keep up the good work dev  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on February 23, 2016, 06:07:55 AM
how do you disable a masternode?

You want to send them coins to exchange dont you? Very smart.

People are giving up.
Dev hasn't been seen for days.
This coin is dead.
haha i love this guy


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 23, 2016, 06:09:59 AM
how do you disable a masternode?

You want to send them coins to exchange dont you? Very smart.

People are giving up.
Dev hasn't been seen for days.
This coin is dead.
haha i love this guy
 

Dont mind him, he gives the thread free bumps.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: scambust on February 23, 2016, 06:11:53 AM
http://www.quickmeme.com/img/9b/9b36c686cdc2f9d42ea0b2f9b3c8f5120eb858d7cfa2c1a967cead357770dd7b.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 23, 2016, 06:20:08 AM
I have always wondered why there was no FUD in this thread.

Now that they have started, this coin is definitely going to moon  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 06:31:56 AM
It's not fud!
This coin has both Masternodes & Quark algo, it's only right that it dies young.

http://i.imgur.com/4ns7yp9.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Godson_Mansa on February 23, 2016, 06:37:40 AM
It's not fud!
This coin has both Masternodes & Quark algo, it's only right that it dies young.

http://i.imgur.com/4ns7yp9.jpg

epic Photoshop skills, classic loops
okay now that he's interested i'm buying a fuckton.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 23, 2016, 06:45:32 AM
It's not fud!
This coin has both Masternodes & Quark algo, it's only right that it dies young.

http://i.imgur.com/4ns7yp9.jpg

epic Photoshop skills, classic loops
okay now that he's interested i'm buying a fuckton.

Please don't do that buddy, you are driving the price up :(. I want to accumulate more.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: magaura on February 23, 2016, 06:47:58 AM
Do not worry..this is now already a contraeffect.. :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 07:00:47 AM
This coin me pisses off.

http://i.imgur.com/5x7Tsdv.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on February 23, 2016, 07:19:02 AM
i remember when this was an intelligent thread ... like it was yesterday... https://nostrikethat.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/waynes-world-dissolve.gif


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: grahvity on February 23, 2016, 07:42:21 AM
i remember when this was an intelligent thread ... like it was yesterday...

http://i.imgur.com/5hf1BfY.gif (http://i.imgur.com/5hf1BfY.gif)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 10:48:23 AM
Where can I check no. of active masternodes? Link on Website doesn't work.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 23, 2016, 10:54:49 AM
Where can I check no. of active masternodes? Link on Website doesn't work.


From your wallet, just type "masternode count" in debug CLI.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 11:11:20 AM
Miners waking up they will sell now. Better to sell and rebuy at 200 sats.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kruemmelmonster on February 23, 2016, 11:57:28 AM
Yes crash coming. Will rebuy cheap at 100 sat.
100 sat? LOL cmon dude we all know DNET will go to 1 sat very soon


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 23, 2016, 12:05:55 PM
Yes crash coming. Will rebuy cheap at 100 sat.
100 sat? LOL cmon dude we all know DNET will go to 1 sat very soon

Wait. Wasn't it getting delisted soon?
I'm willing to take them for free thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 12:17:22 PM
Secret premine dump? --> https://yobit.net/en/top/
100 sats soon. Watch out guys.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wildduck on February 23, 2016, 01:04:33 PM
Somebody wants to buy cheap dnet :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: magaura on February 23, 2016, 01:23:28 PM
Secret premine dump? --> https://yobit.net/en/top/
100 sats soon. Watch out guys.


stop this shit luups :D you bought enough ..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 23, 2016, 02:37:10 PM
It looks like my assistant produced a wrong analysis yesterday.
His chart was upside down

Here is the correct TA for those who are interested.

http://i.imgur.com/0iXTUqh.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: magaura on February 23, 2016, 03:01:16 PM
It looks like my assistant produced a wrong analysis yesterday.
His chart was upside down

Here is the correct TA for those who are interested.

http://i.imgur.com/0iXTUqh.jpg



LOL ...you you you..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on February 23, 2016, 03:02:09 PM
I love you loops. This thread was such srs bzns a few pages ago.

/loopsjacked


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 23, 2016, 03:04:28 PM
It looks like my assistant produced a wrong analysis yesterday.
His chart was upside down

Here is the correct TA for those who are interested.

http://i.imgur.com/0iXTUqh.jpg

loops you rock  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: toilet on February 23, 2016, 03:11:04 PM
dear god......we are at the mercy of the infamous wonder loops.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 23, 2016, 03:11:43 PM
I bought VPS with DNET node from http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/
Please help me set up the masternode there. How could i open and edit darknet.conf file on this ubuntu VPS?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 23, 2016, 03:14:12 PM
I bought VPS with DNET node from http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/
Please help me set up the masternode there. How could i open and edit darknet.conf file on this ubuntu VPS?
on your server: nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 23, 2016, 03:31:28 PM
I bought VPS with DNET node from http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/
Please help me set up the masternode there. How could i open and edit darknet.conf file on this ubuntu VPS?
on your server: nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf

Thanks! And how could i restart the wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 23, 2016, 03:43:22 PM
I bought VPS with DNET node from http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/
Please help me set up the masternode there. How could i open and edit darknet.conf file on this ubuntu VPS?
on your server: nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf

Thanks! And how could i restart the wallet?
on darknet directory go to:
cd src
./darknetd

to control u will need to use cli:
./darknet-cli getinfo
./darknet-cli masternode start


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 23, 2016, 03:58:35 PM

to control u will need to use cli:
./darknet-cli getinfo
./darknet-cli masternode start
Thanks again! One more question.
I have several masternodes. When i enter "masternode genkey" two times i get different keys. How do i know which masternode private key
corresponds to which masternode alias?
Same question for "masternode outputs". How could i associate one output with one masternode?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 23, 2016, 04:07:29 PM

to control u will need to use cli:
./darknet-cli getinfo
./darknet-cli masternode start
Thanks again! One more question.
I have several masternodes. When i enter "masternode genkey" two times i get different keys. How do i know which masternode private key
corresponds to which masternode alias?
Same question for "masternode outputs". How could i associate one output with one masternode?
your masternode private key will associate with any address in wallet containing 10000DNET


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 23, 2016, 04:09:48 PM

to control u will need to use cli:
./darknet-cli getinfo
./darknet-cli masternode start
Thanks again! One more question.
I have several masternodes. When i enter "masternode genkey" two times i get different keys. How do i know which masternode private key
corresponds to which masternode alias?
Same question for "masternode outputs". How could i associate one output with one masternode?
your masternode private key will associate with any address in wallet containing 10000DNET
Does it mean i can use 1 mn private key with all masternodes?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: trader19 on February 23, 2016, 04:16:33 PM

to control u will need to use cli:
./darknet-cli getinfo
./darknet-cli masternode start
Thanks again! One more question.
I have several masternodes. When i enter "masternode genkey" two times i get different keys. How do i know which masternode private key
corresponds to which masternode alias?
Same question for "masternode outputs". How could i associate one output with one masternode?
your masternode private key will associate with any address in wallet containing 10000DNET
Does it mean i can use 1 mn private key with all masternodes?
nope one priv key for one address on one wallet. that's why if you want to run multiple instances on one computer you will need to run multiply wallets with different parameters. i recommend u use search button there are a lot of tutorial explaining how to setup. same for linux 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 23, 2016, 05:42:17 PM

to control u will need to use cli:
./darknet-cli getinfo
./darknet-cli masternode start
Thanks again! One more question.
I have several masternodes. When i enter "masternode genkey" two times i get different keys. How do i know which masternode private key
corresponds to which masternode alias?
Same question for "masternode outputs". How could i associate one output with one masternode?
your masternode private key will associate with any address in wallet containing 10000DNET
Does it mean i can use 1 mn private key with all masternodes?
nope one priv key for one address on one wallet. that's why if you want to run multiple instances on one computer you will need to run multiply wallets with different parameters. i recommend u use search button there are a lot of tutorial explaining how to setup. same for linux  

multiple instances in one computer is no longer possible... each node requires its own IP



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on February 23, 2016, 05:51:26 PM
Retweet: https://twitter.com/NxtGenCrpto/status/701963200296677376 (https://twitter.com/NxtGenCrpto/status/701963200296677376)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: King Buzz on February 23, 2016, 06:39:18 PM
dnet makers have smashed us into the 1200 sats range.. nice volume building up on the buy side over at yobit


:}


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 23, 2016, 06:51:57 PM
Net Hashrate: 8,983.92 MH/s


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 23, 2016, 06:57:14 PM
Net Hashrate: 8,983.92 MH/s

zpool added it so the hashrate from now on will sharply follow the price. Couple of days ago the hashrate was as low as 1.5 Ghs if I recall correctly.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on February 23, 2016, 07:00:29 PM
Net Hashrate: 8,983.92 MH/s

zpool added it so the hashrate from now on will sharply follow the price. Couple of days ago the hashrate was as low as 1.5 Ghs if I recall correctly.

hashpower was already doing it for quite sometime.

Suprnova has major share of hashrate ATM:

Pool Hashrate: 7,811.10 MH/s
Net Hashrate: 8,303.67 MH/s


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: delong on February 23, 2016, 10:39:07 PM
Miners waking up they will sell now. Better to sell and rebuy at 200 sats.

Nice cut-and-pastes, loops!  This has been like a greatest hits distillation of all the hack BCT comments I've read over the last couple years by various trolls and forum idiots, condensed and pasted for our pleasure.  Love it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Crypt0bull on February 23, 2016, 10:42:02 PM
Net Hashrate: 12,243.82 MH/s


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 24, 2016, 09:23:38 AM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 24, 2016, 09:57:52 AM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?

Yes. That sounds good.

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 24, 2016, 10:28:12 AM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?

Yes. That sounds good.

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.

284 masternodes total, so it's around 250 DNET per masternode per day now.
I launched 5 masternodes 2 hours ago and didn't get any payment yet. I should get around 25 blocks per day. Ok, i'll wait and watch.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 24, 2016, 10:43:14 AM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?

Yes. That sounds good.

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.

284 masternodes total, so it's around 250 DNET per masternode per day now.
I launched 5 masternodes 2 hours ago and didn't get any payment yet. I should get around 25 blocks per day. Ok, i'll wait and watch.

I can see why you lot ordered so many masternodes now LOL


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 24, 2016, 12:15:27 PM

I can see why you lot ordered so many masternodes now LOL

Yes, i orderd MN hosting from your service.
By the way, 4 hours passed and still no earnings from 5 masternodes.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 24, 2016, 12:19:09 PM
Yes, i orderd MN hosting from your service.
By the way, 4 hours passed and still no earnings from 5 masternodes.

Expect first payment in about 8 to 12 hours before it being more frequent/consistent.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 24, 2016, 12:21:05 PM
I can see why you lot ordered so many masternodes now LOL

I noticed there's none available now. Is it possible to order more masternode hosting?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 24, 2016, 12:27:15 PM
I can see why you lot ordered so many masternodes now LOL

I noticed there's none available now. Is it possible to order more masternode hosting?

ill add a few now how many do you need ?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 24, 2016, 12:28:18 PM
Yes, i orderd MN hosting from your service.
By the way, 4 hours passed and still no earnings from 5 masternodes.

Expect first payment in about 8 to 12 hours before it being more frequent/consistent.
What is the reason of this delay?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 24, 2016, 12:34:24 PM
ill add a few now how many do you need ?

I see them now. More than enough. Thanks!  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on February 24, 2016, 12:42:13 PM
ill add a few now how many do you need ?

I see them now. More than enough. Thanks!  :)
no problem


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 24, 2016, 04:06:48 PM
Been talking to some exchanges about DNET.
Basicly they all say the same thing: "Looks like shit. Go F yourself.."
I think you guys should stop dreaming & sell allready.
Buy some milk for your children. They are starving!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Zywiec on February 24, 2016, 04:20:20 PM
Which one said that?

Bitstamp. Okcoin?

Just be serious.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 24, 2016, 04:24:31 PM
Huobi, just got off the phone with Lin.

- You just panic sold didn't you?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Hyperjacked on February 24, 2016, 04:35:10 PM
Someone just sold me some on yobit...thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Hyperjacked on February 24, 2016, 04:38:21 PM
Which one said that?

Bitstamp. Okcoin?

Just be serious.

Pssssssst! No one cares...



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 24, 2016, 04:55:45 PM
I'd set up a few masternodes if it wasn't for the fact that I'm not a girl.
I pay the iron price for mine.




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Hyperjacked on February 24, 2016, 07:05:19 PM
Need more dnet....dump away


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Hyperjacked on February 24, 2016, 08:05:12 PM
Dump...that ain't no dump! Make da donuts...release da kraken!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Colombina on February 24, 2016, 09:57:15 PM
How many coins per day is impossible with a single masternode?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 24, 2016, 10:05:34 PM
How many coins per day is impossible with a single masternode?

1 million coins per day is impossible. ;D

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wildduck on February 25, 2016, 07:08:14 AM
LOL still fudding dnet for cheap coins  ;D ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 25, 2016, 07:47:28 AM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?

Yes. That sounds good.

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.

284 masternodes total, so it's around 250 DNET per masternode per day now.
I launched 5 masternodes 2 hours ago and didn't get any payment yet. I should get around 25 blocks per day. Ok, i'll wait and watch.
3 of my 5 masternodes received payments during the night. I checked "masternode outputs" and "masternode list". Only 2 of my masternodes were in the list. I typed "masternode start-many" and 3 masternodes were added to the list again.
Why could they stopped during the night?
So after starting 5 masternodes 23 hr ago i received only 5 payments.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 25, 2016, 09:05:38 AM
3 of my 5 masternodes received payments during the night. I checked "masternode outputs" and "masternode list". Only 2 of my masternodes were in the list. I typed "masternode start-many" and 3 masternodes were added to the list again.
Why could they stopped during the night?
So after starting 5 masternodes 23 hr ago i received only 5 payments.

Not sure why it would have stopped. I recommend you to monitor your MN every few hours to check its status via "masternode status".


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 25, 2016, 12:53:03 PM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?

Yes. That sounds good.

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.

284 masternodes total, so it's around 250 DNET per masternode per day now.
I launched 5 masternodes 2 hours ago and didn't get any payment yet. I should get around 25 blocks per day. Ok, i'll wait and watch.
3 of my 5 masternodes received payments during the night. I checked "masternode outputs" and "masternode list". Only 2 of my masternodes were in the list. I typed "masternode start-many" and 3 masternodes were added to the list again.
Why could they stopped during the night?
So after starting 5 masternodes 23 hr ago i received only 5 payments.


As the number of Masternodes increases it is becoming more and more difficult to find your Masternodes with "masternode list". A better way to check on your Masternodes is by using "masternode list-conf", it will show you the status of all Masternodes in your masternode.conf. Also, as opposed to using "masternode start-many", you should use "masternode start-alias XXX" replacing the XXX with the alias of the Masternode you want to start that you used in your masternode.conf. Using the start-many function causes all of you Masternodes to be moved to the end of the queue, resulting in lost payment opportunities. There are a variety of reasons for Masternodes to fall out of the list, start by double checking that the wallets are actually running, have sufficient connections, and that the appropriate configuration files are setup properly.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: magaura on February 25, 2016, 06:03:03 PM
Seems like loops was right..  :) Too many sellers..miners..will rebuy at 100-150  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on February 25, 2016, 06:13:54 PM
Seems like loops was right..  :) Too many sellers..miners..will rebuy at 100-150  ;D

Good,   its all about minting right now and hoarding till PoS kicks in.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: filippounits on February 25, 2016, 08:43:02 PM



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Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 25, 2016, 09:48:03 PM
I am going to be submiting a few budget proposals today.

First, a new proposal regarding PoS reward functions.

I think we have more or less agreed that the seesaw mechanism we discussed should be implemented. A refresher for the unfamiliar, as that conversation has been lost a few pages back.

Once the block rewards switch from PoW to PoS there will need to be a certain number of coins in Masternodes to serve the functions provided by them, namely, Obfuscation, a coin mixing/anonymizing service, and SwiftTX, a method of guaranteeing zero confirmation transactions. A portion of coins will also be needed to be staking, securing the network. When there are fewer coins staking the potential income from staking an individual coin is increased, and would encourage coins to be taken out of Masternodes to stake when the potential profit might be higher staking vs. running a Masternode. The reverse is also true, when there are a smaller number of Masternodes each one can expect to receive more payments over a given period of time, thereby increasing the profitability, and making it desirable to lock up coins one may have staking into a Masternode.

In order to prevent the network from constantly swinging back and forth between an over abundance of Masternodes, and an exceptionally high percent of overall coins staking we have proposed a "seesaw" mechanism. This would alter the division of block rewards dynamically between stakers and Masternodes to minimize the difference in profitability. The desired ratio of staking coins to Masternodes has yet to be determined, that will be looked at closer to the switch. But, effectively, when there are more coins staking than the ideal ratio as compared with the number of coins in Masternodes the seesaw mechanism would award a higher percentage of the block reward to the winning Masternode than the staker of a particular block. Conversely, when there are an abundance of Masternodes, a higher percentage of the block reward would go to the staker.

This approach should lead to a stable network that ultimately finds itself in homeostasis. There are several variables that have yet to be determined, what is the ideal ratio of coins staking vs locked up in Masternodes, when the ideal balance is achieved what should be the reward split between stakers and Masternodes, how quickly should the seesaw react to a change in the balance, how sharply should the reward split vary when an adjustment needs to be made, etc. Those topics will all be discussed between now and the beginning of PoS, we have a few months to get things right, feel free to express your opinions and ideas on those issues. We need to get the level of conversation in here back to where it was a couple weeks ago.

Anyway, a vote in favor of this proposal will simply be a show of support for the seesaw mechanism, and shouldn't be confused with supporting any of the other variables that need to be determined to make it work. I will edit this in a bit with the voting instructions for this proposal. I have to actually go and submit it, I needed a URL to refer to when creating it.

Edit: The hash for this proposal is 4f043c38c4bac63b3915fd6b45d7bf07db6240cc100351ac836d00d841c52988 in order to vote, from your Masternode enter  "mnbudget vote 4f043c38c4bac63b3915fd6b45d7bf07db6240cc100351ac836d00d841c52988 yes" to vote in favor. To vote against enter "mnbudget vote 4f043c38c4bac63b3915fd6b45d7bf07db6240cc100351ac836d00d841c52988 no"

To see a list of the current proposals enter "mnbudget show", you can also look at individual proposals with the "mnbudget getinfo" command. You will need the name of the proposal to use this method, this proposal is named PoSRewardSchedulev2, so the command would be "mnbudget getinfo PoSRewardSchedulev2".


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 26, 2016, 02:59:38 AM
Next proposal, s3v3nh4cks has paid presstab for 6 months of block explorer goodness, as this is a long term project we would like to go ahead and pay for another year. Despite the recent pump, we think 500 sats is a fair price to assess the value at for the purposes of this proposal. Assuming a $420 bitcoin at $10/month when paying for a year we are looking at ~.2857 BTC, or ~57,142 DNET. If the prices have changed substantially when the payout occurs I will personally cover the difference if there is a shortage, in the event of an excess, the extra coins will go into a general fund to be used for other costs associated with the furtherance of the coin, and will be spent with complete transparency. So, that is what you will be voting on in this proposal. Whether you think we should set aside 57,142 DNET for the purpose of paying presstab for the block explorer to be continued for an additional year, for a total of 18 months. Again, I will add an edit in a bit with the proposal hash and voting commands.

Edit: The hash for this proposal is fc7b4cc188e011ef784f07ccc3f01dc66bc6e932f863f628c1156440f20e184b and the name is "BlockExplorer"
"mnbudget vote fc7b4cc188e011ef784f07ccc3f01dc66bc6e932f863f628c1156440f20e184b yes" to vote yes
"mnbudget vote fc7b4cc188e011ef784f07ccc3f01dc66bc6e932f863f628c1156440f20e184b no" to vote no
"mnbudget getinfo BlockExplorer" to see what's up


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 26, 2016, 03:11:18 AM
Next proposal, s3v3nh4cks has paid presstab for 6 months of block explorer goodness, as this is a long term project we would like to go ahead and pay for another year. Despite the recent pump, we think 500 sats is a fair price to assess the value at for the purposes of this proposal. Assuming a $420 bitcoin at $10/month when paying for a year we are looking at ~.2857 BTC, or ~57,142 DNET. If the prices have changed substantially when the payout occurs I will personally cover the difference if there is a shortage, in the event of an excess, the extra coins will go into a general fund to be used for other costs associated with the furtherance of the coin, and will be spent with complete transparency. So, that is what you will be voting on in this proposal. Whether you think we should set aside 57,142 DNET for the purpose of paying presstab for the block explorer to be continued for an additional year, for a total of 18 months. Again, I will add an edit in a bit with the proposal hash and voting commands.

I think a second explorer would be better, maybe chainz. You get an extra node and also all the masternode stuff with location, uptime and all that.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 26, 2016, 03:21:36 AM
Next proposal, s3v3nh4cks has paid presstab for 6 months of block explorer goodness, as this is a long term project we would like to go ahead and pay for another year. Despite the recent pump, we think 500 sats is a fair price to assess the value at for the purposes of this proposal. Assuming a $420 bitcoin at $10/month when paying for a year we are looking at ~.2857 BTC, or ~57,142 DNET. If the prices have changed substantially when the payout occurs I will personally cover the difference if there is a shortage, in the event of an excess, the extra coins will go into a general fund to be used for other costs associated with the furtherance of the coin, and will be spent with complete transparency. So, that is what you will be voting on in this proposal. Whether you think we should set aside 57,142 DNET for the purpose of paying presstab for the block explorer to be continued for an additional year, for a total of 18 months. Again, I will add an edit in a bit with the proposal hash and voting commands.

I think a second explorer would be better, maybe chainz. You get an extra node and also all the masternode stuff with location, uptime and all that.



Can you do me a favor and submit a proposal, I don't want to be the only one doing it. Having more than one option for voting is really what democracy is all about, right? We really want this to be a community driven coin. If you need a guide let me know, I can throw something together.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 26, 2016, 03:26:42 AM
Next proposal, s3v3nh4cks has paid presstab for 6 months of block explorer goodness, as this is a long term project we would like to go ahead and pay for another year. Despite the recent pump, we think 500 sats is a fair price to assess the value at for the purposes of this proposal. Assuming a $420 bitcoin at $10/month when paying for a year we are looking at ~.2857 BTC, or ~57,142 DNET. If the prices have changed substantially when the payout occurs I will personally cover the difference if there is a shortage, in the event of an excess, the extra coins will go into a general fund to be used for other costs associated with the furtherance of the coin, and will be spent with complete transparency. So, that is what you will be voting on in this proposal. Whether you think we should set aside 57,142 DNET for the purpose of paying presstab for the block explorer to be continued for an additional year, for a total of 18 months. Again, I will add an edit in a bit with the proposal hash and voting commands.

I think a second explorer would be better, maybe chainz. You get an extra node and also all the masternode stuff with location, uptime and all that.



Can you do me a favor and submit a proposal, I don't want to be the only one doing it. Having more than one option for voting is really what democracy is all about, right? We really want this to be a community driven coin. If you need a guide let me know, I can throw something together.

I have no idea how to do that  ???



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 26, 2016, 03:56:34 AM
Next proposal, s3v3nh4cks has paid presstab for 6 months of block explorer goodness, as this is a long term project we would like to go ahead and pay for another year. Despite the recent pump, we think 500 sats is a fair price to assess the value at for the purposes of this proposal. Assuming a $420 bitcoin at $10/month when paying for a year we are looking at ~.2857 BTC, or ~57,142 DNET. If the prices have changed substantially when the payout occurs I will personally cover the difference if there is a shortage, in the event of an excess, the extra coins will go into a general fund to be used for other costs associated with the furtherance of the coin, and will be spent with complete transparency. So, that is what you will be voting on in this proposal. Whether you think we should set aside 57,142 DNET for the purpose of paying presstab for the block explorer to be continued for an additional year, for a total of 18 months. Again, I will add an edit in a bit with the proposal hash and voting commands.

I think a second explorer would be better, maybe chainz. You get an extra node and also all the masternode stuff with location, uptime and all that.



Can you do me a favor and submit a proposal, I don't want to be the only one doing it. Having more than one option for voting is really what democracy is all about, right? We really want this to be a community driven coin. If you need a guide let me know, I can throw something together.

I have no idea how to do that  ???



It is really not that bad. All of these instructions assume you are using the Qt wallet, you could also enter the commands on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli" if using darknetd.

Go to the console and prepare the proposal, the syntax is "mnbudget prepare name url payment_count block_start darknet_address monthly_payment_darknet" for the BlockExplorer proposal the exact command I entered was "mnbudget prepare BlockExplorer bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14012433#msg14012433 1 43200 D7SP47ZN3ZGdrVsAvmG2f3CQF6Ca6grdLX 57142".
The "name" and "url" parameters should be self evident, note that there is a 64 character limit on the url, that is why I removed the "https://", the "payment_count" is the number of monthly payments to make, the "1" I used indicates a 1 time payment, a proposal could be broken up into smaller monthly payments over any period of time. The "block_start" is the block at which the proposal will be included in the budget, it must be the first block in a new 30 day period, block 43200 will be the first block that can be used, and they will increment by 43200, so the next eligible block would be 86400. "darknet_address" is the address of the you want the payment sent to, it costs 50 DNET to make a proposal, so make sure you have received at least one payment to your Masternode before preparing the proposal. The "monthly_payment_darknet" parameter is the amount of DNET to be paid monthly, or once, if it is a one time payment.

After you enter that command if all goes well you will be met with a transaction hash.

Now, you need to submit the prepared proposal. The syntax for that command is "mnbudget submit name url payment_count block_start darknet_address monthly_payment_darknet fee_tx". All of the parameters are the same, with the addition of the transaction hash that was output when preparing the proposal, add that in and hit enter, the output will be the hash for the proposal. That hash is the one used for voting.

If you need anything clarified let me know, don't let my drawn out description of the process stop you, once you do it you will realize how simple it is, and if you are anything like me you will get a fuzzy feeling of empowerment inside.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on February 26, 2016, 04:51:31 AM
Next proposal, s3v3nh4cks has paid presstab for 6 months of block explorer goodness, as this is a long term project we would like to go ahead and pay for another year. Despite the recent pump, we think 500 sats is a fair price to assess the value at for the purposes of this proposal. Assuming a $420 bitcoin at $10/month when paying for a year we are looking at ~.2857 BTC, or ~57,142 DNET. If the prices have changed substantially when the payout occurs I will personally cover the difference if there is a shortage, in the event of an excess, the extra coins will go into a general fund to be used for other costs associated with the furtherance of the coin, and will be spent with complete transparency. So, that is what you will be voting on in this proposal. Whether you think we should set aside 57,142 DNET for the purpose of paying presstab for the block explorer to be continued for an additional year, for a total of 18 months. Again, I will add an edit in a bit with the proposal hash and voting commands.

I think a second explorer would be better, maybe chainz. You get an extra node and also all the masternode stuff with location, uptime and all that.



Can you do me a favor and submit a proposal, I don't want to be the only one doing it. Having more than one option for voting is really what democracy is all about, right? We really want this to be a community driven coin. If you need a guide let me know, I can throw something together.

I have no idea how to do that  ???



It is really not that bad. All of these instructions assume you are using the Qt wallet, you could also enter the commands on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli" if using darknetd.

Go to the console and prepare the proposal, the syntax is "mnbudget prepare name url payment_count block_start darknet_address monthly_payment_darknet" for the BlockExplorer proposal the exact command I entered was "mnbudget prepare BlockExplorer bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14012433#msg14012433 1 43200 D7SP47ZN3ZGdrVsAvmG2f3CQF6Ca6grdLX 57142".
The "name" and "url" parameters should be self evident, note that there is a 64 character limit on the url, that is why I removed the "https://", the "payment_count" is the number of monthly payments to make, the "1" I used indicates a 1 time payment, a proposal could be broken up into smaller monthly payments over any period of time. The "block_start" is the block at which the proposal will be included in the budget, it must be the first block in a new 30 day period, block 43200 will be the first block that can be used, and they will increment by 43200, so the next eligible block would be 86400. "darknet_address" is the address of the you want the payment sent to, it costs 50 DNET to make a proposal, so make sure you have received at least one payment to your Masternode before preparing the proposal. The "monthly_payment_darknet" parameter is the amount of DNET to be paid monthly, or once, if it is a one time payment.

After you enter that command if all goes well you will be met with a transaction hash.

Now, you need to submit the prepared proposal. The syntax for that command is "mnbudget submit name url payment_count block_start darknet_address monthly_payment_darknet fee_tx". All of the parameters are the same, with the addition of the transaction hash that was output when preparing the proposal, add that in and hit enter, the output will be the hash for the proposal. That hash is the one used for voting.

If you need anything clarified let me know, don't let my drawn out description of the process stop you, once you do it you will realize how simple it is, and if you are anything like me you will get a fuzzy feeling of empowerment inside.

Looks a bit complicated but I will give it a try.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 26, 2016, 05:04:56 AM
This budget proposal thing looks like an amazing feature. We can even start a proposal for Poloniex listing right :). Anyone knows how much will be their listing charge.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 26, 2016, 05:17:51 AM
This budget proposal thing looks like an amazing feature. We can even start a proposal for Poloniex listing right :). Anyone knows how much will be their listing charge.

Yeah, I think it may be my favorite feature. It really allows a degree of community involvement that is just not there with most other coins. You can submit a proposal for anything you can imagine, whether the community approves of it is another thing. One of the things s3v3nh4cks and I had discussed was using a portion of the budget to pay to get listed on certain exchanges. Go ahead and find out what it costs for any of a number of things you think would help the coin, submit a proposal, and see where it goes. In the next few days s3v3nh4cks and I will be setting up a multisig wallet that can be used for budget proposals as well. I can imagine a situation where a good idea gets shot down because trusting someone to do what they say they will with the coins once they are in their wallet is hard if you are talking about a substantial sum.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 26, 2016, 05:30:17 AM
This budget proposal thing looks like an amazing feature. We can even start a proposal for Poloniex listing right :). Anyone knows how much will be their listing charge.

Yeah, I think it may be my favorite feature. It really allows a degree of community involvement that is just not there with most other coins. You can submit a proposal for anything you can imagine, whether the community approves of it is another thing. One of the things s3v3nh4cks and I had discussed was using a portion of the budget to pay to get listed on certain exchanges. Go ahead and find out what it costs for any of a number of things you think would help the coin, submit a proposal, and see where it goes. In the next few days s3v3nh4cks and I will be setting up a multisig wallet that can be used for budget proposals as well. I can imagine a situation where a good idea gets shot down because trusting someone to do what they say they will with the coins once they are in their wallet is hard if you are talking about a substantial sum.

Happy to see this coin going in the right direction.

I suggest s3v3nh4cks or you start the proposal for exchange listing, because it will involve holding a substantial amount.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on February 26, 2016, 06:06:53 AM
Can we have a simple explanation of how this proposal system works? (not a how to, but just highlevel on how it works)
Is this something only DNET has or do other coins with masternodes have this system also?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wildduck on February 26, 2016, 07:33:39 AM
This coin is again on the right road.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 26, 2016, 10:17:33 PM
Can we have a simple explanation of how this proposal system works? (not a how to, but just highlevel on how it works)
Is this something only DNET has or do other coins with masternodes have this system also?

The proposal system is part of the built in decentralized blockchain voting feature. Starting at block 43200 10% of the block rewards will be set aside for the budget, this budget is used to fund anything that the community of Masternode holders vote to approve. It can also be used to transparently gauge support for ideas. I am sure that others will be able to come up with even more clever uses. Anyone can submit proposals for voting, and Masternode holders vote for what they like and against what they don't. Every 43200 blocks, or once a month, all items in the finalized budget will be paid out. In order for a proposal to be accepted into the finalized budget it must be active for at least 1 day and receive a yes vote from at least 10% of the current Masternodes. If many proposals are approved they will be added to the budget starting with the most yes votes until all of the budget is spent.

I think that covers most of the more important aspects. If you have any more specific questions fire away.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 27, 2016, 03:45:24 PM
We are getting close to the first budget payout, s3v3nh4cks and I have decided we should see how people feel about throwing a bunch of coins into a general fund address. This could be used for just about anything related to the advancement of the coin, and we wouldn't have to wait until the next budget payment cycle. There have already been a few ideas regarding its use, paying to get listed on a larger exchange, funding a faucet, paying the fellow we have working on the new website, maybe a different block explorer, those types of things. Any money spent from the general fund would be done so with complete transparency.

I am breaking these 3 proposals into 3 posts. They will all be for a filling of the general fund's coffers, just for different amounts. The monthly budget allows for a total of 1,080,000 DNET, Vote for the amount of that you would like to see go into the general fund. I will edit each one of these with the voting information for it in just a bit.

#1 Proposal to add 1 million DNET to the general fund
hash=322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 yes" to vote in favor
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 no" to vote against


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 27, 2016, 04:02:08 PM
#2 Proposal to add 500k DNET to the general fund
hash=d884ccec200bdf737ac522c1dd7afa8a78fe8eb67b49385cc477dd9e28eb9e69
"mnbudget vote d884ccec200bdf737ac522c1dd7afa8a78fe8eb67b49385cc477dd9e28eb9e69 yes" to vote in favor
"mnbudget vote d884ccec200bdf737ac522c1dd7afa8a78fe8eb67b49385cc477dd9e28eb9e69 no" to vote against


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 27, 2016, 04:02:50 PM
#3 Proposal to add 10 DNET to the general fund (10 DNET is the minimum allowable payment when preparing a proposal, this is effectively a vote to add nothing to the general fund)
hash=07d79d32962b0337ee7bfc026f2394a4f44d59016d393affd1ac27277f1ab25c
"mnbudget vote 07d79d32962b0337ee7bfc026f2394a4f44d59016d393affd1ac27277f1ab25c yes" to vote in favor
"mnbudget vote 07d79d32962b0337ee7bfc026f2394a4f44d59016d393affd1ac27277f1ab25c no" to vote against


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on February 27, 2016, 04:23:48 PM
s3v3nh4cks posted a forum message last week with regards to 'testing' anonymity and privacy settings for this crypto, when using Tor.

Being interested in this project purely from the network perspective of a crypto-currency towards digital-cash, herewith some example configurations;

CLIENT only (example);

.conf

Quote
listen=0
port=989
proxy=127.0.0.1:9150
maxconnections=8
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989

Allows .exit traffic (pushes peer connectivity through Tor for anonymity) and addnode=.onion connectivity (within the Tor network).

torrc (example);

Quote
ClientOnly 1

SOCKSPolicy accept 127.0.0.1/8

LongLivedPorts 21, 22, 706, 989, 1863, 5050, 5190, 5222, 5223, 6523, 6667, 6697, 8300

ExitPolicy reject *:*

EDIT: SOCKSPort 9150  and  ControlPort 9051 are already set in torrc-defaults in TBB, removed from above to avoid confusion / start-up conflicts.

N.B. 'Default' LongLivedPorts + Port 989
See: https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-manual.html

- Using SOCKSPort 9150 allows connectivity through the Tor Browser Bundle. 'Expert' Tor package is still SOCKSPort 9050.
See: https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html#TBBSocksPort

CLIENT only addnode=.onion (example);

.conf

Quote
listen=0
port=989
maxconnections=4
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
onlynet=onion
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989

N.B. addnode=.onion's / maxconnections=8 (you don't need more than 8 connections - more connections are worse for privacy.)

Disable wallet UPnP. Disable incoming connections.


'Dual Stack' Nodes and/or Masternode (example);

See: How-to set-up Tor on a Linux VPS: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.0

Regular dual stack node .conf (example) ;

Quote
listen=1
port=51472
maxconnections=256
onion=127.0.0.1:9050
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989

or dual stack masternode .conf (example) ;

Quote
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
port=51472
externalip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
rpcport=51471
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
maxconnections=256
onion=127.0.0.1:9050
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
logtimestamps=1
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Linux masternode VPS / Tor torrc (example);

Quote
ClientOnly 1

SOCKSPort 9050

SOCKSPolicy accept 127.0.0.1/8

Log notice file /var/log/tor/notices.log

ControlPort 9051

HiddenServiceDir /var/lib/tor/dnet/
HiddenServicePort 989 127.0.0.1:51472

HiddenServiceStatistics 0

ORPort 9001

LongLivedPorts 989

ExitPolicy reject *:*

DisableDebuggerAttachment 0

NumEntryGuards 8

N.B. example config. enables your addnode=.onion incoming address located here:

Code:
sudo nano /var/lib/tor/dnet/hostname

- Port 989 (ftps-data) example presented for better network transition over Tor, which is not really designed for P2P usage.
- https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ReducedExitPolicy

...

This request coincided with the release of Bitcoin Core version 0.12.0 ...

Automatically use Tor hidden services
-------------------------------------

Starting with Tor version 0.2.7.1 it is possible, through Tor's control socket
API, to create and destroy 'ephemeral' hidden services programmatically.
Bitcoin Core has been updated to make use of this.

This means that if Tor is running (and proper authorization is available),
Bitcoin Core automatically creates a hidden service to listen on, without
manual configuration. Bitcoin Core will also use Tor automatically to connect
to other .onion nodes if the control socket can be successfully opened. This
will positively affect the number of available .onion nodes and their usage.

This new feature is enabled by default if Bitcoin Core is listening, and
a connection to Tor can be made. It can be configured with the `-listenonion`,
`-torcontrol` and `-torpassword` settings. To show verbose debugging
information, pass `-debug=tor`.


Thus, as to how exactly alt. crypto-currencies like DASH - with an existing focus towards privacy and anonymity of transactions were already handling this in terms of user required know-how - was interesting research.

...

It will also be interesting to see how the developers here can manage to successfully transition from PoW to PoS , with masternodes.

~ True anonymity and privacy of transactions will probably always remain less than 98.9% 'snake-oil' anyway ...

- Privacy and Money
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTRFuWtxawM - not a 'crazy' person  :D

- 'CASHLESS SOCIETY'
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbLJ_ztxxAs - "from a non-practising agnostic"   ::)   ~ SWIM
  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 27, 2016, 08:01:54 PM
Everyone, We now have 5 Proposals on the Docket. If you run a Masternode, please vote. Check the ANN for the Specifics.

Thanks,

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 28, 2016, 06:21:07 AM
We are getting close to the first budget payout, s3v3nh4cks and I have decided we should see how people feel about throwing a bunch of coins into a general fund address. This could be used for just about anything related to the advancement of the coin, and we wouldn't have to wait until the next budget payment cycle. There have already been a few ideas regarding its use, paying to get listed on a larger exchange, funding a faucet, paying the fellow we have working on the new website, maybe a different block explorer, those types of things. Any money spent from the general fund would be done so with complete transparency.

I am breaking these 3 proposals into 3 posts. They will all be for a filling of the general fund's coffers, just for different amounts. The monthly budget allows for a total of 1,080,000 DNET, Vote for the amount of that you would like to see go into the general fund. I will edit each one of these with the voting information for it in just a bit.

#1 Proposal to add 1 million DNET to the general fund
hash=322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 yes" to vote in favor
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 no" to vote against


Excellent idea, I will upvote proposal#1 with all my master nodes.

I have the below doubts:
When will the voting end.
If more than 1 proposal gets more than 10% vote, which one will be approved and how the funds will be distributed.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 28, 2016, 06:22:39 AM
I have a proposal too.

Sell.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on February 28, 2016, 06:24:12 AM
I have a proposal too.

Sell.

Vetoed.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 28, 2016, 06:43:48 AM
I have a proposal too.

Sell.

Yey, wonderloops is back. Now price will go up :).

Please keep bumping the thread.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 28, 2016, 06:52:06 AM
We are getting close to the first budget payout, s3v3nh4cks and I have decided we should see how people feel about throwing a bunch of coins into a general fund address. This could be used for just about anything related to the advancement of the coin, and we wouldn't have to wait until the next budget payment cycle. There have already been a few ideas regarding its use, paying to get listed on a larger exchange, funding a faucet, paying the fellow we have working on the new website, maybe a different block explorer, those types of things. Any money spent from the general fund would be done so with complete transparency.

I am breaking these 3 proposals into 3 posts. They will all be for a filling of the general fund's coffers, just for different amounts. The monthly budget allows for a total of 1,080,000 DNET, Vote for the amount of that you would like to see go into the general fund. I will edit each one of these with the voting information for it in just a bit.

#1 Proposal to add 1 million DNET to the general fund
hash=322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 yes" to vote in favor
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 no" to vote against


Excellent idea, I will upvote proposal#1 with all my master nodes.

I have the below doubts:
When will the voting end.
If more than 1 proposal gets more than 10% vote, which one will be approved and how the funds will be distributed.

Voting ends at block 43200. If multiple proposal receive enough votes to be approved the one with the most yes votes is paid first, and then the one with the second most yes votes is paid. This continues until all budget proposals are paid or there is not enough left in the budget to pay the next proposal in line.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on February 28, 2016, 07:07:10 AM
We are getting close to the first budget payout, s3v3nh4cks and I have decided we should see how people feel about throwing a bunch of coins into a general fund address. This could be used for just about anything related to the advancement of the coin, and we wouldn't have to wait until the next budget payment cycle. There have already been a few ideas regarding its use, paying to get listed on a larger exchange, funding a faucet, paying the fellow we have working on the new website, maybe a different block explorer, those types of things. Any money spent from the general fund would be done so with complete transparency.

I am breaking these 3 proposals into 3 posts. They will all be for a filling of the general fund's coffers, just for different amounts. The monthly budget allows for a total of 1,080,000 DNET, Vote for the amount of that you would like to see go into the general fund. I will edit each one of these with the voting information for it in just a bit.

#1 Proposal to add 1 million DNET to the general fund
hash=322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 yes" to vote in favor
"mnbudget vote 322a8e3132c5dc4fd59c7c97d97c9198cbb6beeb87da6b8f5000f4161125f7f8 no" to vote against


Excellent idea, I will upvote proposal#1 with all my master nodes.

I have the below doubts:
When will the voting end.
If more than 1 proposal gets more than 10% vote, which one will be approved and how the funds will be distributed.

Voting ends at block 43200. If multiple proposal receive enough votes to be approved the one with the most yes votes is paid first, and then the one with the second most yes votes is paid. This continues until all budget proposals are paid or there is not enough left in the budget to pay the next proposal in line.

Thanks for clarifying that.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Joshua kingpin on February 28, 2016, 11:49:58 AM
Is setting up a masternode any profitable now?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on February 28, 2016, 02:38:40 PM
Profitable? Sure.
But then again.. so is prostitution.
Doesn't mean you have to sell ass.
What kind of man runs a masternode anyway?




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: waffles99 on February 28, 2016, 05:32:53 PM
What kind of man runs a masternode anyway?
A. Freeman

http://i.imgur.com/9eweW2k.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on February 29, 2016, 03:28:25 PM
I can find all of my "masternode outputs" listed in "masternode list" and "masternode start-many" didn't show any error. Does it mean all my MNs runing ok and receiveing fees?
And how much DNET could i get with 1 MN per day?

Yes. That sounds good.

Here's the formula for MN payment: 50 x 1440 / (total MN count) = 1 MN payment per day
Where total MN count can be figured out by running "masternode count" on your wallet.

284 masternodes total, so it's around 250 DNET per masternode per day now.
I launched 5 masternodes 2 hours ago and didn't get any payment yet. I should get around 25 blocks per day. Ok, i'll wait and watch.
3 of my 5 masternodes received payments during the night. I checked "masternode outputs" and "masternode list". Only 2 of my masternodes were in the list. I typed "masternode start-many" and 3 masternodes were added to the list again.
Why could they stopped during the night?
So after starting 5 masternodes 23 hr ago i received only 5 payments.


As the number of Masternodes increases it is becoming more and more difficult to find your Masternodes with "masternode list". A better way to check on your Masternodes is by using "masternode list-conf", it will show you the status of all Masternodes in your masternode.conf. Also, as opposed to using "masternode start-many", you should use "masternode start-alias XXX" replacing the XXX with the alias of the Masternode you want to start that you used in your masternode.conf. Using the start-many function causes all of you Masternodes to be moved to the end of the queue, resulting in lost payment opportunities. There are a variety of reasons for Masternodes to fall out of the list, start by double checking that the wallets are actually running, have sufficient connections, and that the appropriate configuration files are setup properly.

Thanks for useful post!
I have 4 masternodes on 4 VPS, they are working fine now. And i'm trying to run one MN on my controller wallet. It starts and in 20 minutes has status "MISSING".

Settings for this MN in masternodes.conf:
Code:
MN1 127.0.0.1:51472 MNPRIVATEKEY TX_ID TX_INDEX

Settings in darknet.conf:
Code:
rpcuser=USERNAME
rpcpassword=PASSWORD
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=MNPRIVATEKEY

Am i missing something? Or running a MN on controller wallet is not allowed?

And one more question. If i want to release 10000 DNET from one masternode (leaving other masternodes untouched) which command should i type?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on February 29, 2016, 04:07:18 PM
Read the ANN.. You must have a unique public IP for each Masternode. You can not use your loopback IP as the address.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jed78 on February 29, 2016, 07:45:17 PM
Is solomining working for anyone? trying to gpu mine against the wallet, saying slow/down or wrong credentials.




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Acidx on February 29, 2016, 07:49:16 PM

Damn, where can I get that t-shirt?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on February 29, 2016, 07:55:25 PM

I was wondering the same thing when I saw it. Google pointed me here, http://bitcoindoc.com/shop/product/details/948/byob-be-your-own-bank-t-shirt.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on February 29, 2016, 11:31:38 PM
Is solomining working for anyone? trying to gpu mine against the wallet, saying slow/down or wrong credentials.

Doesn't work for me either with ccminer. Happens with very few wallets. But I'm curious if that's universal (cgminer/etc).

Probably unhelpful but ccminer with protocol debug:

> POST / HTTP/1.1
Authorization: Basic *
Host: *
Accept-Encoding: deflate, gzip
Content-Type: application/json
Content-Length: 45
User-Agent: ccminer/1.7.3
X-Mining-Extensions: longpoll noncerange reject-reason
X-Mining-Hashrate: 0

< HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found
< Connection: close
< Content-Length: 76
< Content-Type: application/json
* Server darknet-json-rpc/v1.0.1.0-cbcb549 is not blacklisted
< Server: darknet-json-rpc/v1.0.1.0-cbcb549
<
* Closing connection 0
JSON protocol response:
{
   "error": {
      "code": -32601,
      "message": "Method not found"
   },
   "result": null,
   "id": 0
}


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on February 29, 2016, 11:46:56 PM
This coin looks promising but supply/inflation is rather high... a change in max supply and inflation rates would guarantee moon.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 01, 2016, 12:39:13 AM
I don't think the coin specs need any change.

But I do think that more promotion & information is needed to bring in some new money & increase its market cap. All in good time I guess.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 01, 2016, 07:44:09 AM
I'm interested in how this proposal works.  I understand the masternodes from TX, but does one have to have DNET in order to vote?

Is there some way to check what the status of the proposals are?  and how does one submit a proposal and such.

thanks for taking newbie questions in advance, still researching. 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on March 01, 2016, 09:47:15 AM
I have upvoted the "1MillionGeneralFund" proposal with all my MNs, it has got 118 votes now.

If everything goes well, DNET  will be listed on a major exchange within a month :).

Dev,

Is there any command to view a summary of all the proposals and their votes.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 01, 2016, 10:15:02 AM
I'm interested in how this proposal works.  I understand the masternodes from TX, but does one have to have DNET in order to vote?

Is there some way to check what the status of the proposals are?  and how does one submit a proposal and such.

thanks for taking newbie questions in advance, still researching. 

Is there any command to view a summary of all the proposals and their votes.

To see a list of the current proposals enter "mnbudget show" either in the debug CLI or using darknet-cli.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 01, 2016, 10:44:36 AM
This coin looks promising but supply/inflation is rather high... a change in max supply and inflation rates would guarantee moon.
I think you are right. Supply should gradually decrease during POW phase. Maybe we should make a poposal?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 01, 2016, 10:54:38 AM
Is there any way to vote with all my masternodes using only controller wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: goldmaxx on March 01, 2016, 11:37:07 AM
This coin looks promising but supply/inflation is rather high... a change in max supply and inflation rates would guarantee moon.
I think you are right. Supply should gradually decrease during POW phase. Maybe we should make a poposal?

One more vote to do this.

Regards

Goldmaxx


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on March 01, 2016, 12:40:14 PM

To see a list of the current proposals enter "mnbudget show" either in the debug CLI or using darknet-cli.

Thanks Jakiman.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on March 01, 2016, 12:54:28 PM
This coin looks promising but supply/inflation is rather high... a change in max supply and inflation rates would guarantee moon.
I think you are right. Supply should gradually decrease during POW phase. Maybe we should make a poposal?

One more vote to do this.

Regards

Goldmaxx

I also support this decreasing PoW phase, say 25 DNET decrease every month.

Now within a day PoW reward will be decreased to 175. We should continue this trend for the next 5 months.

I guess if we make a proposal, it will be put up for voting for the next one month. And if it gets approved, we should be able to implement it by the 86,400 block right?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: waffles99 on March 01, 2016, 02:05:33 PM
I would like to setup service nodes. Checking out hosting

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk

Has no https support and the site is very vague how can I trust the service? Even the node page
https://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
states a secure environment which is not true
What are some alternatives the community is using.  TYIA


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on March 01, 2016, 02:37:14 PM
I would like to setup service nodes. Checking out hosting

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk

Has no https support and the site is very vague how can I trust the service? Even the node page
https://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
states a secure environment which is not true
What are some alternatives the community is using.  TYIA

HI
all good points we are updateing our site

we host over 90 mastnodes on our servers so we much be doing something right ????



thanks
Paul


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 01, 2016, 02:50:20 PM
I'm interested in how this proposal works.  I understand the masternodes from TX, but does one have to have DNET in order to vote?

Is there some way to check what the status of the proposals are?  and how does one submit a proposal and such.

thanks for taking newbie questions in advance, still researching.  

You need to own a Masternode in order to vote, so, yes, you would need at least 10,000 DNET. To see all current proposals enter "mnbudget show" in the console, to see which proposals are currently set to make it into the next budget payment enter "mnbudget projection".

As far as submitting proposals, I wrote this a few pages back:


It is really not that bad. All of these instructions assume you are using the Qt wallet, you could also enter the commands on the command line preceded by "./darknet-cli" if using darknetd.

Go to the console and prepare the proposal, the syntax is "mnbudget prepare name url payment_count block_start darknet_address monthly_payment_darknet" for the BlockExplorer proposal the exact command I entered was "mnbudget prepare BlockExplorer bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14012433#msg14012433 1 43200 D7SP47ZN3ZGdrVsAvmG2f3CQF6Ca6grdLX 57142".
The "name" and "url" parameters should be self evident, note that there is a 64 character limit on the url, that is why I removed the "https://", the "payment_count" is the number of monthly payments to make, the "1" I used indicates a 1 time payment, a proposal could be broken up into smaller monthly payments over any period of time. The "block_start" is the block at which the proposal will be included in the budget, it must be the first block in a new 30 day period, block 43200 will be the first block that can be used, and they will increment by 43200, so the next eligible block would be 86400. "darknet_address" is the address of the you want the payment sent to, it costs 50 DNET to make a proposal, so make sure you have received at least one payment to your Masternode before preparing the proposal. The "monthly_payment_darknet" parameter is the amount of DNET to be paid monthly, or once, if it is a one time payment.

After you enter that command if all goes well you will be met with a transaction hash.

Now, you need to submit the prepared proposal. The syntax for that command is "mnbudget submit name url payment_count block_start darknet_address monthly_payment_darknet fee_tx". All of the parameters are the same, with the addition of the transaction hash that was output when preparing the proposal, add that in and hit enter, the output will be the hash for the proposal. That hash is the one used for voting.

If you need anything clarified let me know, don't let my drawn out description of the process stop you, once you do it you will realize how simple it is, and if you are anything like me you will get a fuzzy feeling of empowerment inside.

I will probably write something just a bit more polished soon for s3v3nh4cks to put in the OP.

I have upvoted the "1MillionGeneralFund" proposal with all my MNs, it has got 118 votes now.

If everything goes well, DNET  will be listed on a major exchange within a month :).

Thanks for that, we have something in the works on that front, so stay tuned.

Is there any way to vote with all my masternodes using only controller wallet?

"masternode vote-many"

I would like to setup service nodes. Checking out hosting

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk

Has no https support and the site is very vague how can I trust the service? Even the node page
https://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8
states a secure environment which is not true
What are some alternatives the community is using.  TYIA

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355203.0 Is another service offered for hosting Masternodes. Don't take my mentioning them as an endorsement of their service. The cost is substantially higher than http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk, but they are another option. You can also set up your own VPS and run your Masternode on there, which is, I think, what most folks are doing.

There have been a few mentions of reducing the inflation rate, I am not going to quote them all. I personally don't see a need for this during the PoW stage, the intent is to get as even a distribution as possible going into PoS, at which point the block rewards could be cut dramatically, if that is what the community wants. However, we want the involvement of all of the community members, and value everyone's opinions. If you want to submit a proposal for lowering the block rewards, go right ahead, if it is approved that's what we will do. That is the beauty of the voting mechanism built into the wallet, you, as a community, can have a real hand in steering this ship. I will mention one specific point that was brought up. It wouldn't be done by block 86400, that is the earliest date that voting could be scheduled to end for a proposal submitted now. It wouldn't take long to implement any well thought out proposal, but it would be a bit over a month from now, and not within a month as it seems was suggested.

Keep the ideas, suggestions, and questions coming. Also, don't forget to go vote on the current proposals if you are a Masternode owner. We want everyone to weigh in.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: waffles99 on March 01, 2016, 03:19:34 PM
HI
all good points we are updateing our site

we host over 90 mastnodes on our servers so we much be doing something right ????



thanks
Paul

Hi Paul I did not realize your establishment in community service thank you for the prompt response


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: pjcltd on March 01, 2016, 03:51:24 PM
HI
all good points we are updateing our site

we host over 90 mastnodes on our servers so we much be doing something right ????



thanks
Paul

Hi Paul I did not realize your establishment in community service thank you for the prompt response

not a problem
glad to help


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Acidx on March 01, 2016, 03:51:42 PM
Could you update the OP with mining information for the masses? I for instance didn't know quark algo was cpu only and it took me some searches til I found a miner appropriate for dnet and I think a lot of others would give up on the first step and just abandon the coin for that reason. I know most folks here know their way around coins and mining, but newcomers won't and it's not a big job or a burden to have some mining info at the front so people can go through setting up their cpu's easier.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 01, 2016, 05:30:56 PM
Could you update the OP with mining information for the masses? I for instance didn't know quark algo was cpu only and it took me some searches til I found a miner appropriate for dnet and I think a lot of others would give up on the first step and just abandon the coin for that reason. I know most folks here know their way around coins and mining, but newcomers won't and it's not a big job or a burden to have some mining info at the front so people can go through setting up their cpu's easier.

We also have a website; darknet-crypto.com there is a section for Miners and there you can download miners for each OS that we have tested with instructions on installing them.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 01, 2016, 08:32:25 PM
Could you update the OP with mining information for the masses? I for instance didn't know quark algo was cpu only and it took me some searches til I found a miner appropriate for dnet and I think a lot of others would give up on the first step and just abandon the coin for that reason. I know most folks here know their way around coins and mining, but newcomers won't and it's not a big job or a burden to have some mining info at the front so people can go through setting up their cpu's easier.

We also have a website; darknet-crypto.com there is a section for Miners and there you can download miners for each OS that we have tested with instructions on installing them.

s3v3n

I also wanted to chime in here with a correction. The quark algo is not CPU only anymore, and hasn't been for a while. A quick google search should yield you a GPU mining program with the capability to mine on the quark algo, if that's what you're into.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 01, 2016, 09:00:28 PM
It's not fud!
This coin has both Masternodes & Quark algo, it's only right that it dies young.

http://i.imgur.com/4ns7yp9.jpg

Nice pic.

You must get this coin on Bittrex. Then you will get some more attention.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wildduck on March 02, 2016, 06:59:33 AM
If this coin gets to trex it will get huge attention.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: hughbt on March 02, 2016, 09:54:42 AM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 02, 2016, 01:29:41 PM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?
Right, that's why we are suggesting to decrease supply.
Can anyone make proposal in blockchain?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on March 02, 2016, 01:37:24 PM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?
Right, that's why we are suggesting to decrease supply.
Can anyone make proposal in blockchain?

+1 vote!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: waffles99 on March 02, 2016, 02:53:06 PM
Motion to increase pow phase to 365 days unless a more viable alternative agreed upon prior to on-chain proposal. will vote with nodes


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 02, 2016, 02:59:44 PM
Hey, s3v3nh4cks, we have 6 votes in this thread for decreasing supply. Could you make 2-3 proposals to vote on blockchain to see does this idea have real support of community?

One option is here:
I also support this decreasing PoW phase, say 25 DNET decrease every month.

Now within a day PoW reward will be decreased to 175. We should continue this trend for the next 5 months.

I guess if we make a proposal, it will be put up for voting for the next one month. And if it gets approved, we should be able to implement it by the 86,400 block right?

My suggestion is supply halving every month of POW phase.

An i have idea for next update! Can you make blockchain voting with several options? Not only "yes" and "no".


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: SockPuppetAccount on March 02, 2016, 03:07:19 PM
I don't really see a need to reduce the supply or duration of the PoW stage.  No one was complaining about the reward schedule before the price pumped to 1000 satoshis.  I wonder how many of the people complaining "Too many coins!" are the same ones who bought in at 1000 satoshis last week.  A handful of people investing at the wrong time is not a good reason to reduce the coin supply.  Personally, I'll be voting 'no' on any proposal to reduce the supply of PoW coins.

Anyway, that's not the reason I stopped by the thread.  I came by to ask why the masternode reward all of a sudden jumped up to 83.33333333 DNET.  Not that I am complaining about the extra coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 02, 2016, 03:14:52 PM
I wonder how many of the people complaining "Too many coins!" are the same ones who bought in at 1000 satoshis last week.
I didn't buy signle coin. Mining only.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 02, 2016, 03:30:18 PM
I came by to ask why the masternode reward all of a sudden jumped up to 83.33333333 DNET.  Not that I am complaining about the extra coins.
And miners now have 166.66666 reward.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 02, 2016, 03:58:33 PM
I came by to ask why the masternode reward all of a sudden jumped up to 83.33333333 DNET.  Not that I am complaining about the extra coins.
And miners now have 166.66666 reward.

Yep......it should be 175 DNET.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 04:01:58 PM
When was the coin launched?

On November 25, 2015 or on 31. Jan 2016 like it stand on the official twitter channel?

btw. it would be good, if you would promote this coin more in the official channel, with a on going development, so everyone would see this coin.

Maybe twitter your site there, it looks amazing.  :o


edit/ sorry, it stand in the first post  :-X

"                                                  THIS COIN WAS LAUNCHED ON SATURDAY JANUARY 30th @ 12PM PST"


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 04:19:54 PM
PLS retweet for Bittrex  :)

https://twitter.com/WhalePump/status/705063219522617344


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 04:47:50 PM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?
Right, that's why we are suggesting to decrease supply.
Can anyone make proposal in blockchain?

+1 vote!

+1

A reducing of total coins would be nice.

Because there wont be so much mining dumper.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 04:54:28 PM
As a few of you have noticed, we have encountered a small glitch. We are working to see what has caused this and will release a new wallet as soon as we have fixed the issue. Sorry for the inconvenience, but we will get this straightened out ASAP.

As for the coin supply comments, Anyone can submit a proposal, but only the Masternode owners are able to vote.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 02, 2016, 05:59:59 PM
Cut the coin supply to 20M, 60M is way too many.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 06:20:54 PM
Cut the coin supply to 20M, 60M is way too many.

This would be a good max. amount.

Like Bitcoin.

Because adding 50 million coins in the next 5 month to a 10 million amount now will depress this coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 06:47:19 PM
Retweet this

https://twitter.com/AltCoinInvestor/status/705065550167191552

https://twitter.com/WhalePump/status/705102085382131712



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on March 02, 2016, 06:52:43 PM
Cut the coin supply to 20M, 60M is way too many.

This would be a good max. amount.

Like Bitcoin.

Because adding 50 million coins in the next 5 month to a 10 million amount now will depress this coin.

I would support a proposal for supply decrease, continued distribution along with high inflation for no clear cut purpose does not really benefit a coin....
Gaining popularity through proper distribution worked on alts once upon a time, not anymore.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 07:15:02 PM
Gaining popularity now would be by an airdrop,
but is this even possible now at this phase? I dont think so.

@ DEV do you plan a roadmap, what will come?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 07:28:58 PM
We initially created the distribution amounts to make sure there were enough coins distributed before PoS kicked in, which will significantly drop the coin distribution as well. We want this coin to be useable (We have a few things planned for this as well) by the community, and not just a hodl coin that dies out. we encourage anyone to Create a proposal to reduce the coin distribution amounts, and if it gets enough votes from the owners of the Masternodes we will implement the change.

When creating your proposal, please make a post here explaining why you feel the change should occur and how you feel it will legitimately benefit the coin for everyone, not just a few who may hold a decent amount of coin and want a spike etc to sell. We are here to create an private and anonymous coin with it's own eco-system and this wont happen over night. We want to hear your thoughts, we want to see the arguments so we can see both sides. We may have built this coin initially, but it is not solely owned by us, it is owned by those who choose to own Masternodes and who choose to vote to make this coin better.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 07:32:16 PM
Gaining popularity now would be by an airdrop,
but is this even possible now at this phase? I dont think so.

@ DEV do you plan a roadmap, what will come?

Please explain what you mean? "airdrop", and anything is technically possible at this point.

We are working on an official roadmap so hang in there.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 07:44:01 PM
Gaining popularity now would be by an airdrop,
but is this even possible now at this phase? I dont think so.

@ DEV do you plan a roadmap, what will come?

Please explain what you mean? "airdrop", and anything is technically possible at this point.

We are working on an official roadmap so hang in there.. :)

I mean like decreed or other coins did it, to give people free coins, decreed get so over 3000 supporter at once.

I mean its "too late" because they premined this airdrop.

We could make so, for example people can apply 1 month from now on for the airdrop.
The condition would be, how they could support the coin.

The best 600 applys will get then 10.000 coins = 6 million coins airdrop (10% of the total amount)

So we would have 600 more supporters.  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 08:05:38 PM
Gaining popularity now would be by an airdrop,
but is this even possible now at this phase? I dont think so.

@ DEV do you plan a roadmap, what will come?

Please explain what you mean? "airdrop", and anything is technically possible at this point.

We are working on an official roadmap so hang in there.. :)

I mean like decreed or other coins did it, to give people free coins, decreed get so over 3000 supporter at once.

I mean its "too late" because they premined this airdrop.

We could make so, for example people can apply 1 month from now on for the airdrop.
The condition would be, how they could support the coin.

The best 600 applys will get then 10.000 coins = 6 million coins airdrop (10% of the total amount)

So we would have 600 more supporters.  :D

While that is not doable as a pre-mine, we have considered adding a faucet to the main website and have it funded by the budget. Is this something that people would like to see?

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 02, 2016, 08:24:37 PM
Gaining popularity now would be by an airdrop,
but is this even possible now at this phase? I dont think so.

@ DEV do you plan a roadmap, what will come?

Please explain what you mean? "airdrop", and anything is technically possible at this point.

We are working on an official roadmap so hang in there.. :)

I mean like decreed or other coins did it, to give people free coins, decreed get so over 3000 supporter at once.

I mean its "too late" because they premined this airdrop.

We could make so, for example people can apply 1 month from now on for the airdrop.
The condition would be, how they could support the coin.

The best 600 applys will get then 10.000 coins = 6 million coins airdrop (10% of the total amount)

So we would have 600 more supporters.  :D

While that is not doable as a pre-mine, we have considered adding a faucet to the main website and have it funded by the budget. Is this something that people would like to see?

s3v3n

No.  Giving away free coins for no reason only results in dumping, not building the community.  I'd look for a better way to reward real participation.  Faucets/airdrops are not the answer.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 08:35:40 PM
Personally I agree, but was just opening up the option based on his comment.

We are open to suggestions.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 08:36:01 PM
When a airdrop is not possible, then we would need some supporter and a steady development of the coin (but witouth support and when people dont see the coin, then the best development is for nothing).
Then we dont need an airdrop.

Every month we need 100 guys that would support this coin, with tweets, reddit, facebook, in other forums and spread the word in the world.

Every supporter would get AFTER the month for example 2.000 coins.

The money would be better off with that then the faucets imo, and with so much people then other exchanges would add this coin automaticly.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 08:38:42 PM
Are there any other dev's in here?? Would a Bounty Program interest anyone?? We do want the community to be as involved as possible, and every coin needs services to be successful. If you are skilled at something that will benefit the coin and the community, please either post what you can offer, or PM me if you would like.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 08:41:26 PM
When a airdrop is not possible, then we would need some supporter and a steady development of the coin (but witouth support and when people dont see the coin, then the best development is for nothing).
Then we dont need an airdrop.

Every month we need 100 guys that would support this coin, with tweets, reddit, facebook, in other forums and spread the word in the world.

Every supporter would get AFTER the month for example 2.000 coins.

The money would be better off with that then the faucets imo, and with so much people then other exchanges would add this coin automaticly.

Create a proposal, stating what the funding requirements would be, and how your solution would work to better the coin. Please include as much factual data as possible.. :) then the Masternodes will vote on it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on March 02, 2016, 08:50:37 PM

One question: where does the funding come from for any proposals that are successfully accepted in the voting process?



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 02, 2016, 08:50:56 PM
https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-DNET

DarnNet??????????


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 02, 2016, 08:53:01 PM
DarnNet is on Bittrex!!  Oh wait... ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 02, 2016, 08:54:16 PM
They just corrected the typo :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 09:00:35 PM
And what i say?

When whale pump say something, you are on trex.  ;D (and there wasnt many retweets ^^)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 02, 2016, 09:18:31 PM
And what i say?

When whale pump say something, you are on trex.  ;D (and there wasnt many retweets ^^)

The wheels were already set in motion, we knew it was coming, but we aren't all about hype, so figured it would be a nice surprise. You don't really think we were added that quickly because of a tweet, do you?



If everything goes well, DNET  will be listed on a major exchange within a month :).

Thanks for that, we have something in the works on that front, so stay tuned.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 09:19:55 PM
And what i say?

When whale pump say something, you are on trex.  ;D (and there wasnt many retweets ^^)

The wheels were already set in motion, we knew it was coming, but we aren't all about hype, so figured it would be a nice surprise. You don't really think we were added that quickly because of a tweet, do you?



If everything goes well, DNET  will be listed on a major exchange within a month :).

Thanks for that, we have something in the works on that front, so stay tuned.

It was a joke.  :)

With all this masternodes and this legit dev we can see imo over 10.000 sat (500k market cap) in the future.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 09:28:39 PM
over 1500 sat. on trex already.  ;D

And nice buy orders.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: scambust on March 02, 2016, 09:38:30 PM
Masternodes?!?!?!? You said the magic word.


Let's go pump and dump this clone shit of a shitcoin.  :P

You guys ready?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 02, 2016, 09:42:15 PM
10.000 sats is possible? I dont know.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 02, 2016, 09:47:50 PM
@ scambust, why you say that Masternodes are shit?

and where is this a clone?

Did you ever seen the qrk algo with masternodes?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danosphere on March 02, 2016, 09:53:25 PM
Masternodes?!?!?!? You said the magic word.

Speaking of masternodes mine started getting payouts of 83.333 (up from 50). Is this abnormal or did i just overlook something in the payout schedule?  :)

PoW Rewards Breakdown: [0000002-0043200] 20% MNODE (50 DNET) / 80% MINER (200 DNET)
PoW Rewards Breakdown: [0043201-0259201] 20% MNODE (50 DNET) / 70% MINER (175 DNET) / 10% PROPOSALS (25 DNET)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 09:56:37 PM
And what i say?

When whale pump say something, you are on trex.  ;D (and there wasnt many retweets ^^)

Bittrex has been on the works for a few days, but didn't want to say anything until it actually happened.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 02, 2016, 09:58:40 PM
I think QRK algo is a sexy feature for any altcoin.
It's kind of like redheads with girls.




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 02, 2016, 10:05:02 PM
And what i say?

When whale pump say something, you are on trex.  ;D (and there wasnt many retweets ^^)

Bittrex has been on the works for a few days, but didn't want to say anything until it actually happened.. :)

Any update on coin distribution bug? Miners aren't getting 175 DNETs :(


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 02, 2016, 10:20:04 PM
Yes, we are testing the fix now, we will let you know when the update will be released


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 02, 2016, 10:46:22 PM
After two hours of listing at Bittrex miners kicked in.....Diff just jumped :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 02, 2016, 11:02:05 PM

Did this shit just fork of waaaa?
Bittrex withdrawal shows up as unknown transaction in explorer.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 02, 2016, 11:03:45 PM
Bittrex = popcorn time.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 02, 2016, 11:09:02 PM
coinmarketcap doesn't list bittrex in the markets.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: WigitGetIt on March 02, 2016, 11:26:20 PM
coinmarketcap doesn't list bittrex in the markets.

The changes will be submitted to coinmarketcap momentarily. It is not automated.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 02, 2016, 11:30:49 PM
Oke, but when is the airdrop?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 02, 2016, 11:55:48 PM
I was wondering if anyone has taken up the Chinese translation yet?  The hard part about this is the Masternode instructions.  I was thinking of doing a chinese masternode setup tutorial for TX already.  Can I use the instructions here as a base of the tutorial?  I'd imagine the masternode setup part would be similar, the proposal part is the new.

i'll then just translate the whole OP while i'm doing it.

thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 03, 2016, 12:04:10 AM
I was wondering if anyone has taken up the Chinese translation yet?  The hard part about this is the Masternode instructions.  I was thinking of doing a chinese masternode setup tutorial for TX already.  Can I use the instructions here as a base of the tutorial?  I'd imagine the masternode setup part would be similar, the proposal part is the new.

i'll then just translate the whole OP while i'm doing it.

thanks.

Give it a Go, I am sure Infernoman would appreciate that. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Waldozaur12 on March 03, 2016, 12:46:27 AM
Coin looks so promising.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 03, 2016, 12:47:38 AM
I was wondering if anyone has taken up the Chinese translation yet?  The hard part about this is the Masternode instructions.  I was thinking of doing a chinese masternode setup tutorial for TX already.  Can I use the instructions here as a base of the tutorial?  I'd imagine the masternode setup part would be similar, the proposal part is the new.

i'll then just translate the whole OP while i'm doing it.

thanks.

Give it a Go, I am sure Infernoman would appreciate that. :)

cool, two birds with one stone.  :)
I'll get it started and send you a pm after i'm done.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 03, 2016, 12:50:15 AM
I was wondering if anyone has taken up the Chinese translation yet?  The hard part about this is the Masternode instructions.  I was thinking of doing a chinese masternode setup tutorial for TX already.  Can I use the instructions here as a base of the tutorial?  I'd imagine the masternode setup part would be similar, the proposal part is the new.

i'll then just translate the whole OP while i'm doing it.

thanks.

Give it a Go, I am sure Infernoman would appreciate that. :)

cool, two birds with one stone.  :)
I'll get it started and send you a pm after i'm done.

Thank You, I am sure many Chinese people will make good use of it.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Waldozaur12 on March 03, 2016, 12:57:45 AM
I was wondering if anyone has taken up the Chinese translation yet?  The hard part about this is the Masternode instructions.  I was thinking of doing a chinese masternode setup tutorial for TX already.  Can I use the instructions here as a base of the tutorial?  I'd imagine the masternode setup part would be similar, the proposal part is the new.

i'll then just translate the whole OP while i'm doing it.

thanks.

Give it a Go, I am sure Infernoman would appreciate that. :)

cool, two birds with one stone.  :)
I'll get it started and send you a pm after i'm done.

Thank You, I am sure many Chinese people will make good use of it.. :)

Sure, soon 5-6k SAT


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 03, 2016, 02:17:23 AM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?
Right, that's why we are suggesting to decrease supply.
Can anyone make proposal in blockchain?

+1 vote!

+1

A reducing of total coins would be nice.

Because there wont be so much mining dumper.

Seriously, the greedy-miners stereotype is getting old; stakers, masternode owners, ICO participants, etc are just as greedy as miners.

In fact, the suggestion of reducing the total coins is nothing but an effort to pump the price so people can dump while probably crippling if not killing the coin in the process. I'm heavily invested in this coin, I have over 25 masternodes but I'll be voting no.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on March 03, 2016, 02:31:51 AM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?
Right, that's why we are suggesting to decrease supply.
Can anyone make proposal in blockchain?

+1 vote!

+1

A reducing of total coins would be nice.

Because there wont be so much mining dumper.

Seriously, the greedy-miners stereotype is getting old; stakers, masternode owners, ICO participants, etc are just as greedy as miners.

In fact, the suggestion of reducing the total coins is nothing but an effort to pump the price so people can dump while probably crippling if not killing the coin in the process. I'm heavily invested in this coin, I have over 25 masternodes but I'll be voting no.

You are only looking at it from the worst angle possible. Mining shouldn't be completely eliminated, just reduced. This would still allow miners to get into DNET but the main method of investing in DNET should be the infrastructure itself. This goes back to the whole PoW verus PoS debate where PoW is just a waste of money. By reducing PoW (not completely eliminating), more people would have to directly invest in DNET itself by having to purchase it and this helps DNET directly since more demand for DNET on exchages = rising market cap, more exposure, + more


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 03, 2016, 03:38:26 AM
Quote
Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000
PoW Phase: [0000002-0259200] Approx. 180 DAYS

Am I missing something or there will be >50 million coins mined in the next 5 months?
Right, that's why we are suggesting to decrease supply.
Can anyone make proposal in blockchain?

+1 vote!

+1

A reducing of total coins would be nice.

Because there wont be so much mining dumper.

Seriously, the greedy-miners stereotype is getting old; stakers, masternode owners, ICO participants, etc are just as greedy as miners.

In fact, the suggestion of reducing the total coins is nothing but an effort to pump the price so people can dump while probably crippling if not killing the coin in the process. I'm heavily invested in this coin, I have over 25 masternodes but I'll be voting no.

You are only looking at it from the worst angle possible. Mining shouldn't be completely eliminated, just reduced. This would still allow miners to get into DNET but the main method of investing in DNET should be the infrastructure itself. This goes back to the whole PoW verus PoS debate where PoW is just a waste of money. By reducing PoW (not completely eliminating), more people would have to directly invest in DNET itself by having to purchase it and this helps DNET directly since more demand for DNET on exchages = rising market cap, more exposure, + more


Agree 50M in 5 Months is too much. Should be halved at least.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: electricretard on March 03, 2016, 03:45:30 AM
No need to change the amount of coins. People suggesting that just want to dump at a higher price.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 03, 2016, 03:49:22 AM
No need to change the amount of coins. People suggesting that just want to dump at a higher price.

No, relative to the distribution schedule of other coins it seems high for that period of time, so it's about competition.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 03, 2016, 04:05:20 AM
Is there a masternode calculator to estimate earnings?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 03, 2016, 04:43:46 AM
Is there a masternode calculator to estimate earnings?

Number of your masternodes / masternode count * 1440 * 50

Current masternode count is 308. That's 233 coins per day per masternode. ROI is 43 days.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 03, 2016, 04:53:18 AM
Chinese OP translation:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1384596.0



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 03, 2016, 05:49:12 AM
WTS several masternodes worth of coins, pm if interested.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: waffles99 on March 03, 2016, 06:04:18 AM
No need to change the amount of coins. People suggesting that just want to dump at a higher price.

No, relative to the distribution schedule of other coins it seems high for that period of time, so it's about competition.

"Competition between currency will ultimately guarantee decentralisation and its best for end users"
from comment thread by vbuterin on /r/btc
https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/48gxbh/vitalik_buterin_on_twitter_cryptocurrency/d0jki4r

"we may see different cryptocurrencies choosing different points in political tradeoff space, including adjusting the governance model, consensus algorithm, money supply, fee policy, etc, and this may end up making consumers happier as their individual preferences can be better satisfied. If we want to maintain maximum network effects in this environment, then the best choice is to let the cities bloom separately and simply build fast planes and trains - ie. optimally efficient cross-chain transaction infrastructure such as btcrelay, shapeshift, etc."

see http://forums.prohashing.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=762 for further discussion


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 03, 2016, 06:29:16 AM
With another 49M coins to be distributed over the next 5 months is going to see the price of this coin at 200 sat.

By cutting the total to around 20M it would relieve the mining dumps and give this coin a chance to fly as it rightly deserves so.

By cutting the supply we all benefit.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 03, 2016, 07:10:13 AM
With another 49M coins to be distributed over the next 5 months is going to see the price of this coin at 200 sat.

By cutting the total to around 20M it would relieve the mining dumps and give this coin a chance to fly as it rightly deserves so.

By cutting the supply we all benefit.

I would also support a cut in supply although by reduction in PoW.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: goldmaxx on March 03, 2016, 07:20:45 AM
With another 49M coins to be distributed over the next 5 months is going to see the price of this coin at 200 sat.

By cutting the total to around 20M it would relieve the mining dumps and give this coin a chance to fly as it rightly deserves so.

By cutting the supply we all benefit.

I could not agree more!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 09:33:17 AM
Request for reducing of PoW block reward and/or max supply always comes up during PoW phase for so many coins when it starts to do well.
But reducing max coin supply doesn't miraculously make every coin be worth more without an increase in distribution and userbase.
Also, having some mining (including auto-sell) actually allows for a constant flow of new coin sales that new investors can buy.

Personally, I think reducing the block reward to reduce daily sell pressure is okay though but not compulsory. (e.g. maybe from 250 to 50)
Then just increase PoW period by same factor. So 50 million extra coins minted over the next 25 months not 5 months. (just an example)



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 03, 2016, 09:41:12 AM
Ok, now we have two opposing opinions. Only way to find which one is supported more is to vote.
I think we should vote in two rounds:
1. Community votes for decreasing of supply generally.
2. If majority says "yes" in first round we chose which specific plan of decreasing supply we want.

Our community is not so big right now so voting for 1 week per round is enough.

I'm not speaking english good enough to write all advantages of reward decreasing to make a post, which will be linked in proposal. I'm asking somebody to write this post. And i can't find info in this thread and on DASH forum how to make a proposal. Could anyone give link to this info?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 09:44:38 AM
And i can't find info in this thread and on DASH forum how to make a proposal. Could anyone give link to this info?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14012780#msg14012780

Devs - Maybe we should have "How to create MN proposals & vote" section on the OP?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 03, 2016, 10:21:31 AM
Now is block 44 444. Total coins supply is 11 111k + 60k premine (which will be destroyed).
Last block of POW is 259200, when supply will be 64 800k.
I suggest to cut POW rewards by half at block 59 200, then at blocks 109 200, 159 200, 209 200 (every 50k blocks or 34-35 days).

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 125 DNET
Total supply: 21 050 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 62.5 DNET
Total supply: 24 175 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 31.25 DNET
Total supply: 25 735 500

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 15.625 DNET
Total supply: 26 518 750

Maybe we can even start POS phase at block 209 200.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: boy2k on March 03, 2016, 11:09:23 AM
lo guys,
i have set up 3 masternodes, "overall" : "Successfully started 3 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 3",

Im not seeing any rewards from running them though. How can i test they are working ok?
How often to rewards come in on average?



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 11:12:38 AM
lo guys,
i have set up 3 masternodes, "overall" : "Successfully started 3 masternodes, failed to start 0, total 3",

Im not seeing any rewards from running them though. How can i test they are working ok?
How often to rewards come in on average?

After starting them for the first time, it could take 12 to 24 hours for first payments to come through.
Then it'll be more frequent and at a more steady rate depending on how many MN you have running.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: boy2k on March 03, 2016, 11:16:32 AM
After starting them for the first time, it could take 12 to 24 hours for first payments to come through.
Then it'll be more frequent and at a more steady rate depending on how many MN you have running.

Ok cool, i have 3 up so hopefully will see something nice soon :)

i last question...

Number of connections 8 (In: 0 / Out: 8 )

Does this indicate my port closed for incoming? Or is this because they are new nodes?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 03, 2016, 11:22:00 AM
Im not seeing any rewards from running them though. How can i test they are working ok?

Type "masternode list-conf" in console.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: boy2k on March 03, 2016, 11:27:45 AM
Type "masternode list-conf" in console.

"status" : "ENABLED"


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 03, 2016, 11:49:56 AM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8

Never set up a masternode before.  Will my coins be secure if I run MNs on a service like this?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 11:58:23 AM
Okay. To get the balls rolling for the reduced max coin supply and/or decreasing, here are the proposals that can be voted by masternode owners.
Thanks to kokokoin for providing a template to go by. So first proposal is what kokokoin proposed. Second is a less aggressive model for variety.

Both provide at least 2.5x or 3.5x the current coin supply (respectively) at end of PoW. So it still increases by a fair bit.
Still keeping 4 more months of PoW while generating less auto-sell pressure & lessen daily inflation during PoW phase.

Feel free to vote, provide feedback and/or make proposals of your own.
They are my first attempt at proposal creation. Was a good practice. :)

Proposal #1
- Name: PoWRewardReduction1
- Variable PoW block reward halving every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 26 518 750

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 125 DNET
Total supply: 21 050 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 62.5 DNET
Total supply: 24 175 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 31.25 DNET
Total supply: 25 735 500

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 15.625 DNET
Total supply: 26 518 750

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction1" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction1",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082472#msg14082472",
        "Hash" : "f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42",
        "FeeHash" : "8498541b71ca65dc7daa840c7c1f4d37e7c25c507844a3a33248ccd046cfaa6d",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    },


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 12:00:27 PM
Proposal #2
- Name: PoWRewardReduction2
- Variable PoW block reward reducing by 50 every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 39 800 000

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 200 DNET
Total supply: 24 800 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 150 DNET
Total supply: 32 300 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 37 300 000

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 39 800 000

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction2" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction2",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082492#msg14082492",
        "Hash" : "ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4",
        "FeeHash" : "9f818fb33e46ff0e0ff789f1ef677bf1302ce0e7c888ea434b54f0e8cda711c8",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    }


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: JackyVanmarsenille on March 03, 2016, 12:09:11 PM
UPDATED DNET ROADMAP:

Step 1: Get listed by Bittrex.
Step 2: Cut coin supply.
Step 3: Change algo.
Step 4: Start dumpfest.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 03, 2016, 12:16:11 PM
UPDATED DNET ROADMAP:

Step 1: Get listed by Bittrex.
Step 2: Cut coin supply.
Step 3: Change algo.
Step 4: Start dumpfest.

*pumpfest


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 03, 2016, 12:28:59 PM
5000 sats soon? I dont know.
Let's hold hands and pray.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: JackyVanmarsenille on March 03, 2016, 12:33:45 PM
I know from inside sources that the notorious altcoin legend trader/miner "Notsofast" has sell orders up to 18k! Can you imagine what you would do with all of the money if DNET hits 18k? I don't think the human mind is able to comprehend.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 12:42:49 PM
DNET is only 100 BTC market cap right now.
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/darknet/

To be within the measly Top 100 coins, DNET need to be at least 760 BTC market cap.
But yeah, why stop there. Top 50 with at least 2500 BTC market cap sounds good. ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: VenMiner on March 03, 2016, 12:48:23 PM
Hold your coins guys... mega pump incoming....  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Waldozaur12 on March 03, 2016, 12:56:10 PM
12 BTC buy support. Pump is coming.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 03, 2016, 01:23:50 PM
I'm so scared right now.
All my friends got liquidated.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: topcat363 on March 03, 2016, 02:07:22 PM
the dumps are going to kill this coin...been in crypto long enough to basically wait out the pow periods


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 03, 2016, 02:19:20 PM
the dumps are going to kill this coin...been in crypto long enough to basically wait out the pow periods

maybe but it going get pumped up loads before


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 03, 2016, 02:24:19 PM
Okay. To get the balls rolling for the reduced max coin supply and/or decreasing, here are the proposals that can be voted by masternode owners.
Thanks to kokokoin for providing a template to go by. So first proposal is what kokokoin proposed. Second is a less aggressive model for variety.

Both provide at least 2.5x or 3.5x the current coin supply (respectively) at end of PoW. So it still increases by a fair bit.
Still keeping 4 more months of PoW while generating less auto-sell pressure & lessen daily inflation during PoW phase.

Feel free to vote, provide feedback and/or make proposals of your own.
They are my first attempt at proposal creation. Was a good practice. :)

Proposal #1
- Name: PoWRewardReduction1
- Variable PoW block reward halving every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 26 518 750

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 125 DNET
Total supply: 21 050 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 62.5 DNET
Total supply: 24 175 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 31.25 DNET
Total supply: 25 735 500

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 15.625 DNET
Total supply: 26 518 750

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction1" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction1",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082472#msg14082472",
        "Hash" : "f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42",
        "FeeHash" : "8498541b71ca65dc7daa840c7c1f4d37e7c25c507844a3a33248ccd046cfaa6d",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    },
Thanks, jakiman!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: topcat363 on March 03, 2016, 03:44:22 PM
the dumps are going to kill this coin...been in crypto long enough to basically wait out the pow periods

maybe but it going get pumped up loads before


highly doubt it. with 11 million on the market at the moment with tons being dumped by the hour..... we'll see. not knocking the coin just saying pow isnt exactly pump friendly like you are hoping.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 04:13:02 PM
Price looks interesting right now. May invest couple of tens BTC a bit later.

Regards, EquinoxCoin dev.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Sniper76 on March 03, 2016, 04:30:29 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: topcat363 on March 03, 2016, 04:37:37 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: mmboulhosa on March 03, 2016, 04:57:07 PM
If anyone wants to mine in my pool:
http://minedowns.ga
(1.5% fee,30sec payouts)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 05:01:56 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 03, 2016, 05:09:50 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: goldmaxx on March 03, 2016, 05:10:33 PM
I know from inside sources that the notorious altcoin legend trader/miner "Notsofast" has sell orders up to 18k! Can you imagine what you would do with all of the money if DNET hits 18k? I don't think the human mind is able to comprehend.

Dude, seriously? "Inside sources"?
He just tweeted that earlier this day...
https://twitter.com/notsofastcrypto/status/705365967153586176 (https://twitter.com/notsofastcrypto/status/705365967153586176)


Regards

Goldmaxx


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 05:14:09 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 03, 2016, 05:16:36 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....




Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: socks435 on March 03, 2016, 05:19:42 PM
Looks like DNet is starting to increase again. back and i think it will inrcease more unless if someone dump again..
I have bought some of dnet i hope i can make lots of profit about this coin..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 03, 2016, 05:20:40 PM
when you makinga proper road map?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: notsofast on March 03, 2016, 05:21:06 PM
I know from inside sources that the notorious altcoin legend trader/miner "Notsofast" has sell orders up to 18k! Can you imagine what you would do with all of the money if DNET hits 18k? I don't think the human mind is able to comprehend.

Dude, seriously? "Inside sources"?
He just tweeted that earlier this day...
https://twitter.com/notsofastcrypto/status/705365967153586176 (https://twitter.com/notsofastcrypto/status/705365967153586176)


Regards

Goldmaxx

Oh hi guys what's going on in this thread?

If you want to use namedrops in your shillpump, Wonderloops is your man. I hear that when you close your eyes and say his name ten times then blow gently on the Bittrex chart on your screen, the altcoin of your choice will go 2x

...


As far as block reward goes, I like the way the governance is working so far, but I don't think the supply needs to be reduced. Regardless I am not running any masternodes right now and thus won't be voting this time around, so whatever works for the voters works for me.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 05:22:21 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....



LMAO
Guys. Please... Anybody. Tell him who i am....
I'm not "everyone". You can spend couple of minutes to find more info about me :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 03, 2016, 05:23:59 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....



LMAO
Guys. Please... Anybody. Tell him who i am....
I'm not "everyone". You can spend couple of minutes to find more info about me :)

YOU'RE NOBODY.  ALL YOU ARE IS THE DEV OF SOME SHITCOIN NOBODY CARES ABOUT.

ANSWERED.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 03, 2016, 05:27:14 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....





LMAO
Guys. Please... Anybody. Tell him who i am....
I'm not "everyone". You can spend couple of minutes to find more info about me :)

YOU'RE NOBODY.  ALL YOU ARE IS THE DEV OF SOME SHITCOIN NOBODY CARES ABOUT.

ANSWERED.

Read through his post history lolz.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: plast555 on March 03, 2016, 05:27:59 PM
Okay. To get the balls rolling for the reduced max coin supply and/or decreasing, here are the proposals that can be voted by masternode owners.
Thanks to kokokoin for providing a template to go by. So first proposal is what kokokoin proposed. Second is a less aggressive model for variety.

Both provide at least 2.5x or 3.5x the current coin supply (respectively) at end of PoW. So it still increases by a fair bit.
Still keeping 4 more months of PoW while generating less auto-sell pressure & lessen daily inflation during PoW phase.

Feel free to vote, provide feedback and/or make proposals of your own.
They are my first attempt at proposal creation. Was a good practice. :)

Proposal #1
- Name: PoWRewardReduction1
- Variable PoW block reward halving every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 26 518 750

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 125 DNET
Total supply: 21 050 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 62.5 DNET
Total supply: 24 175 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 31.25 DNET
Total supply: 25 735 500

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 15.625 DNET
Total supply: 26 518 750

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction1" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction1",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082472#msg14082472",
        "Hash" : "f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42",
        "FeeHash" : "8498541b71ca65dc7daa840c7c1f4d37e7c25c507844a3a33248ccd046cfaa6d",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    },
Thanks, jakiman!

Can't believe what I'm reading !!!
and who will mining then ??? I mean if MasterNode reward is higher than Mining ???



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: topcat363 on March 03, 2016, 05:28:35 PM
Looks like DNet is starting to increase again. back and i think it will inrcease more unless if someone dump again..
I have bought some of dnet i hope i can make lots of profit about this coin..


its pow...there will be serious dumps. set low buys


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 05:42:25 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....



LMAO
Guys. Please... Anybody. Tell him who i am....
I'm not "everyone". You can spend couple of minutes to find more info about me :)

YOU'RE NOBODY.  ALL YOU ARE IS THE DEV OF SOME SHITCOIN NOBODY CARES ABOUT.

ANSWERED.
You've never been so wrong :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 03, 2016, 05:46:11 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....



LMAO
Guys. Please... Anybody. Tell him who i am....
I'm not "everyone". You can spend couple of minutes to find more info about me :)

YOU'RE NOBODY.  ALL YOU ARE IS THE DEV OF SOME SHITCOIN NOBODY CARES ABOUT.

ANSWERED.
You've never been so wrong :)

less talk then more action. havent seen any big buys that you been on about


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 03, 2016, 05:57:52 PM
You could push the market to 10K with couple of tens BTC  :-*


wait for dumps..price is too inflated
If i will see good demand on bittrex, i'll be in and i can guarantee that the price will be unstoppable(at first time). I know what to do. Don't worry and keep watching.
Also welcome aboard :)

You wrote this in a lot of thread, that you will invest and the price will go up.  ;D
Dude. I think you misunderstand who i am.  :)
If I want it. I will do it.

Who are you?

Everyone can talk, but not everyone can make things to move.

Then show something.....



LMAO
Guys. Please... Anybody. Tell him who i am....
I'm not "everyone". You can spend couple of minutes to find more info about me :)

YOU'RE NOBODY.  ALL YOU ARE IS THE DEV OF SOME SHITCOIN NOBODY CARES ABOUT.

ANSWERED.
You've never been so wrong :)

less talk then more action. havent seen any big buys that you been on about

Those that try to talk a big game are usually doing so for a reason...

His post history tells the entire story.  Such a sad little nobody...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 03, 2016, 05:59:13 PM
code has been lifted from dash direct (minus quark algo swap, quark is much less impactful on the GPU and hence lower wear on em but preserving same level of cryptographic strength), however it is operating very well, and has potential, if you are successful you will make dent in dash as a very successful clone, and even if you do like a buck per coin (it can happen) that would be abs wonderful

believe we have 50K MC ... is that right.. thats already very good, if people are smart here they will keep on holding and increasing hash rate

in general and thats so obvious if people would do that on any coin profits would increase tremendously you all selling waaaay too low your loss ... your profits are like 100's of $ and so what that is nothing!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 03, 2016, 06:08:56 PM
when you makinga proper road map?

very important, and even if change a week but consistent would impact bottom line.. look dash devs aint going anywhere so code sync constant and building tools around , all you have to do is to sustain the network , thats all you have to do


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 03, 2016, 06:23:17 PM

Located new working addnode=.onion's for this coin via the Tor Atlas, not currently being listed in the OP.

- https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/7FBBEAF3011C0E8498214611B1601AB0BB0420A9
- https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/8B1434497F187A5E10756F5227764324D13CC68F

 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Acidx on March 03, 2016, 06:34:38 PM
Would it be possible to create a website that would handle your coins and give you a share of the masternode rewards?:) I think for a lot of people that are handling a lot of other coins, etc, going through the masternode setup is a lot and they would love to have someone make it easier for them, like a pool of some sort, owner takes a % of the staked coins, or something.

I would chip in some dnets for a site like this, and if it's by a trusted person it would be even better!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 06:48:34 PM
Dump more please, i want to buy cheaper. Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Waldozaur12 on March 03, 2016, 07:41:05 PM
Dump more please, i want to buy cheaper. Thanks

That's not fair :D

He is best scamer : >


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 03, 2016, 07:45:56 PM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on March 03, 2016, 07:50:06 PM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png

if you really have that much btc, prove it by putting 200 BTC buy wall at 10 satoshi for DNET
then we can all really see if it is real


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 03, 2016, 08:15:34 PM
Okay. To get the balls rolling for the reduced max coin supply and/or decreasing, here are the proposals that can be voted by masternode owners.
Thanks to kokokoin for providing a template to go by. So first proposal is what kokokoin proposed. Second is a less aggressive model for variety.

Both provide at least 2.5x or 3.5x the current coin supply (respectively) at end of PoW. So it still increases by a fair bit.
Still keeping 4 more months of PoW while generating less auto-sell pressure & lessen daily inflation during PoW phase.

Feel free to vote, provide feedback and/or make proposals of your own.
They are my first attempt at proposal creation. Was a good practice. :)

Proposal #1
- Name: PoWRewardReduction1
- Variable PoW block reward halving every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 26 518 750

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 125 DNET
Total supply: 21 050 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 62.5 DNET
Total supply: 24 175 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 31.25 DNET
Total supply: 25 735 500

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 15.625 DNET
Total supply: 26 518 750

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction1" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction1",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082472#msg14082472",
        "Hash" : "f6c17c059a6cc173d13f8a851b6408e1a2129d1ced040e46c7689a0a5a9bca42",
        "FeeHash" : "8498541b71ca65dc7daa840c7c1f4d37e7c25c507844a3a33248ccd046cfaa6d",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    },

Proposal #2
- Name: PoWRewardReduction2
- Variable PoW block reward reducing by 50 every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 39 800 000

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 200 DNET
Total supply: 24 800 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 150 DNET
Total supply: 32 300 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 37 300 000

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 39 800 000

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction2" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction2",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082492#msg14082492",
        "Hash" : "ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4",
        "FeeHash" : "9f818fb33e46ff0e0ff789f1ef677bf1302ce0e7c888ea434b54f0e8cda711c8",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    }

Thank you for going ahead and following through with submitting a proposal. It wasn't really that hard once you did it, was it?

There are a few problems I see with your proposals.

You propose to change the rewards per block at block 59200, yet don't set any type of a deadline for voting. Typically it set for you, but seeing as how you want to start the change before voting would technically be over, you should probably specify a block to be the deadline for voting.

You also intend to have the change take effect in ~10 days, I think you may need to allow more time before the change would go into effect, I would suggest allowing a week for voting and a week for the change to go into effect, at a minimum, that may even be a little quick. I can make the change in the source quickly, and put out new wallets, but everyone should be given ample opportunity to update their wallets.

With that said, again, regardless of my personal stance on your ideas, thanks for actually submitting proposals, without that type of community involvement no changes to the reward structure or anything else will help to maintain, and increase the value of DarkNet.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: escrow.pm on March 03, 2016, 08:18:34 PM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png

if you really have that much btc, prove it by putting 200 BTC buy wall at 10 satoshi for DNET
then we can all really see if it is real

He is one of the best crypto scammers ever(also maybe involved in edgecoin, mintpal,coinmarket(exchanges) and other terrible scams), i think these 200btc just only a small part of all his bitcoins... I've lost 5.2  btc in EQX and left the crypto for a long time  :'( :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 03, 2016, 08:34:13 PM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png

This guy is an attention seeking minow. He couldn't pump a fucking balloon.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Pyramusx on March 03, 2016, 08:42:02 PM


This guy is an attention seeking minow. He couldn't pump a fucking balloon.

That's a fight on my block


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 08:49:26 PM
Thank you for going ahead and following through with submitting a proposal. It wasn't really that hard once you did it, was it?

There are a few problems I see with your proposals.

You propose to change the rewards per block at block 59200, yet don't set any type of a deadline for voting. Typically it set for you, but seeing as how you want to start the change before voting would technically be over, you should probably specify a block to be the deadline for voting.

You also intend to have the change take effect in ~10 days, I think you may need to allow more time before the change would go into effect, I would suggest allowing a week for voting and a week for the change to go into effect, at a minimum, that may even be a little quick. I can make the change in the source quickly, and put out new wallets, but everyone should be given ample opportunity to update their wallets.

With that said, again, regardless of my personal stance on your ideas, thanks for actually submitting proposals, without that type of community involvement no changes to the reward structure or anything else will help to maintain, and increase the value of DarkNet.

Thanks for writing up a guide on how it was done. Made it sound easy enough to give it a go. :)
As you noticed, I wasn't sure about the end block. (your syntax didn't mention the end block?)

So the voting needs to be all submitted between the BlockStart & BlockEnd number and won't end before it?
I just assumed all proposals needed to have the same BlockEnd number. I guess I should of made it shorter.

Can I delete a proposal that I submitted?

Also, can a MN make multiple votes? or is it just once per 43200 blocks?

I'll submit some other proposals once I get this down pat. ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 03, 2016, 09:03:26 PM
Calm down people.
Calm down!



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: gnargnar on March 03, 2016, 09:18:08 PM
Calm down people.
Calm down!



yes, good call!

I will do my part and try my best to not let this pump happen.
be strong


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 09:32:11 PM
Well, my buy orders below 600 sat doesn't look like it's going to be filled anytime soon that's for sure. I miss the days of 200 sat.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 03, 2016, 09:51:17 PM
Thank you for going ahead and following through with submitting a proposal. It wasn't really that hard once you did it, was it?

There are a few problems I see with your proposals.

You propose to change the rewards per block at block 59200, yet don't set any type of a deadline for voting. Typically it set for you, but seeing as how you want to start the change before voting would technically be over, you should probably specify a block to be the deadline for voting.

You also intend to have the change take effect in ~10 days, I think you may need to allow more time before the change would go into effect, I would suggest allowing a week for voting and a week for the change to go into effect, at a minimum, that may even be a little quick. I can make the change in the source quickly, and put out new wallets, but everyone should be given ample opportunity to update their wallets.

With that said, again, regardless of my personal stance on your ideas, thanks for actually submitting proposals, without that type of community involvement no changes to the reward structure or anything else will help to maintain, and increase the value of DarkNet.

Thanks for writing up a guide on how it was done. Made it sound easy enough to give it a go. :)
As you noticed, I wasn't sure about the end block. (your syntax didn't mention the end block?)

So the voting needs to be all submitted between the BlockStart & BlockEnd number and won't end before it?
I just assumed all proposals needed to have the same BlockEnd number. I guess I should of made it shorter.

Can I delete a proposal that I submitted?

Also, can a MN make multiple votes? or is it just once per 43200 blocks?

I'll submit some other proposals once I get this down pat. ;D ;D

The end block is actually half way through the budget period after the proposal, so the payment will already have been made by then. You can't change the end block.

For proposals that are intended to gauge support for ideas you can set an arbitrary end of voting in the description of the proposal, as long as it is not ridiculous short, like a few days or less, we will honor it.

You can't delete proposals, and Masternodes only get one vote each per proposal, but you can change your vote back and forth as many times as you like.

If you make new proposals, following similar reward structures, just with changes a bit more in the future, and PM me your address I will refund the cost of your initial proposals as my way of saying thanks for doing your part. I would suggest making the changes in reward coincide with budget blocks, so every 43200 blocks, and start at block 86400, that way the budget for the month would be easier calculated. If the reward changes in the middle of a budget period, and the budget is 10% of the rewards for that period it is not as straightforward coming up with the total budget for the month. It wouldn't be that much more difficult, but I like to keep things as simple as possible.

I still don't like the idea of changing the rewards, it really feels to me like people trying to profit from an early investment. Not that I don't think that is a reasonable expectation, but everyone got into this coin knowing ahead of time what the coin roll out would look like for the initial 6 months. I feel the whole "lets cut the number of overall coins" debate stems from a place of greed, not just what is best for the coin. I don't see the difference between 32 million coins at 2k sats and 64 million coins at 1k sats, you still have the same market cap. I hold a substantial pile of coins, and stand to have my holdings worth more with fewer coins, but that is not what I am really here for. Sure, I would like to monetize my time invested in this project at some point, but I am also interested in creating something new, sustainable, and innovative.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on March 03, 2016, 09:54:28 PM
Thank you for going ahead and following through with submitting a proposal. It wasn't really that hard once you did it, was it?

There are a few problems I see with your proposals.

You propose to change the rewards per block at block 59200, yet don't set any type of a deadline for voting. Typically it set for you, but seeing as how you want to start the change before voting would technically be over, you should probably specify a block to be the deadline for voting.

You also intend to have the change take effect in ~10 days, I think you may need to allow more time before the change would go into effect, I would suggest allowing a week for voting and a week for the change to go into effect, at a minimum, that may even be a little quick. I can make the change in the source quickly, and put out new wallets, but everyone should be given ample opportunity to update their wallets.

With that said, again, regardless of my personal stance on your ideas, thanks for actually submitting proposals, without that type of community involvement no changes to the reward structure or anything else will help to maintain, and increase the value of DarkNet.

Thanks for writing up a guide on how it was done. Made it sound easy enough to give it a go. :)
As you noticed, I wasn't sure about the end block. (your syntax didn't mention the end block?)

So the voting needs to be all submitted between the BlockStart & BlockEnd number and won't end before it?
I just assumed all proposals needed to have the same BlockEnd number. I guess I should of made it shorter.

Can I delete a proposal that I submitted?

Also, can a MN make multiple votes? or is it just once per 43200 blocks?

I'll submit some other proposals once I get this down pat. ;D ;D

The end block is actually half way through the budget period after the proposal, so the payment will already have been made by then. You can't change the end block.

For proposals that are intended to gauge support for ideas you can set an arbitrary end of voting in the description of the proposal, as long as it is not ridiculous short, like a few days or less, we will honor it.

You can't delete proposals, and Masternodes only get one vote each per proposal, but you can change your vote back and forth as many times as you like.

If you make new proposals, following similar reward structures, just with changes a bit more in the future, and PM me your address I will refund the cost of your initial proposals as my way of saying thanks for doing your part. I would suggest making the changes in reward coincide with budget blocks, so every 43200 blocks, and start at block 86400, that way the budget for the month would be easier calculated. If the reward changes in the middle of a budget period, and the budget is 10% of the rewards for that period it is not as straightforward coming up with the total budget for the month. It wouldn't be that much more difficult, but I like to keep things as simple as possible.

I still don't like the idea of changing the rewards, it really feels to me like people trying to profit from an early investment. Not that I don't think that is a reasonable expectation, but everyone got into this coin knowing ahead of time what the coin roll out would look like for the initial 6 months. I feel the whole "lets cut the number of overall coins" debate stems from a place of greed, not just what is best for the coin. I don't see the difference between 32 million coins at 2k sats and 64 million coins at 1k sats, you still have the same market cap. I hold a substantial pile of coins, and stand to have my holdings worth more with fewer coins, but that is not what I am really here for. Sure, I would like to monetize my time invested in this project at some point, but I am also interested in creating something new, sustainable, and innovative.

My main thoughts for reducing PoW for DNET is then more people would be forced to actually invest directly into DNET economy. Mining is a more indirect way.
I also do not think that we should completely cut PoW, just reduce it, because miners still deserve a chance.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 03, 2016, 10:10:26 PM
My main thoughts for reducing PoW for DNET is then more people would be forced to actually invest directly into DNET economy. Mining is a more indirect way.
I also do not think that we should completely cut PoW, just reduce it, because miners still deserve a chance.

I don't know about that. Mining is a pretty direct investment in DNET, it is not free to mine, you are trading your money for DNET and at the same time helping to create a secure network for DarkNet. We could have no buy orders on exchanges and the coin would still work fine as long as miners were mining it, if we had no miners and all kinds of buy orders things would not be as confidence inspiring.

What we are proposing for the PoS stage is something that has, to my knowledge, not been done before. It is going to take some time and lots of testing to get it right. That is time that is being allowed to us by PoW.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 10:40:15 PM
I also never liked reducing the max coin supply for the sake of making it more rare.
So this new propoal DOES NOT reduce the number of coins during PoW. Just longer.
Let me know how this sounds. I have not submitted this yet. Just throwing out ideas.

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation, longer PoW for better distribution & healthy trade activity.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 950 400 (600 days)
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 64,800,000


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on March 03, 2016, 10:47:20 PM
I also never liked reducing the max coin supply for the sake of making it more rare.
So this new propoal DOES NOT reduce the number of coins during PoW. Just longer.
Let me know how this sounds. I have not submitted this yet. Just throwing out ideas.

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation & longer PoW for better distribution.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 950 400 (600 days)
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 64,800,000


Anyone wanting to keep PoW for 'distribution' reasons can't say no to this.
I like this much more than current PoW.
I would maybe change total PoW supply to 30~50m if I had it my way.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 03, 2016, 10:47:32 PM
I don't know about that. Mining is a pretty direct investment in DNET, it is not free to mine, you are trading your money for DNET and at the same time helping to create a secure network for DarkNet. We could have no buy orders on exchanges and the coin would still work fine as long as miners were mining it, if we had no miners and all kinds of buy orders things would not be as confidence inspiring.

What we are proposing for the PoS stage is something that has, to my knowledge, not been done before. It is going to take some time and lots of testing to get it right. That is time that is being allowed to us by PoW.

Yeah, I think a good PoS plan can also help with gaining new investors.
But I think a long PoW period is good at the beginning for the coin to establish a place in the market.
Then once the coin has settled with good distribution, then have the PoS kick in with a good stake plan.
I also think that PoS does not promote trade activity. (well, at least the old coin age method of PoS)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Vaxa on March 03, 2016, 10:51:02 PM
I still don't like the idea of changing the rewards, it really feels to me like people trying to profit from an early investment. Not that I don't think that is a reasonable expectation, but everyone got into this coin knowing ahead of time what the coin roll out would look like for the initial 6 months. I feel the whole "lets cut the number of overall coins" debate stems from a place of greed, not just what is best for the coin. I don't see the difference between 32 million coins at 2k sats and 64 million coins at 1k sats, you still have the same market cap. I hold a substantial pile of coins, and stand to have my holdings worth more with fewer coins, but that is not what I am really here for. Sure, I would like to monetize my time invested in this project at some point, but I am also interested in creating something new, sustainable, and innovative.
I get your point. But coin with constant reward is doomed to be deflational. You speaking about 64M coins at 1k sats but with such supply miners will drive price down very soon. Constant decreasing of price leads to less community attention (nobody wants to invest in falling coin). No community attention = death for coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Vaxa on March 03, 2016, 11:10:47 PM
I also never liked reducing the max coin supply for the sake of making it more rare.
So this new propoal DOES NOT reduce the number of coins during PoW. Just longer.
Let me know how this sounds. I have not submitted this yet. Just throwing out ideas.

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation, longer PoW for better distribution & healthy trade activity.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 950 400 (600 days)
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 64,800,000

I like it!
And what do you think on increasing coins limit for masternode? Cause at the end of big blocks, even if 1/3 of all coins will be in masternodes, we'll have more than 700 MNs. To have decent profit from MNs you'll have to hold tenths of them! That means many VPS'es and much confusion.
Maybe 20-30k DNET for 1 MN is better?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Bank_sy on March 03, 2016, 11:15:29 PM
I also never liked reducing the max coin supply for the sake of making it more rare.
So this new propoal DOES NOT reduce the number of coins during PoW. Just longer.
Let me know how this sounds. I have not submitted this yet. Just throwing out ideas.

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation, longer PoW for better distribution & healthy trade activity.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 950 400 (600 days)
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 64,800,000

I like it!
And what do you think on increasing coins limit for masternode? Cause at the end of big blocks, even if 1/3 of all coins will be in masternodes, we'll have more than 700 MNs. To have decent profit from MNs you'll have to hold tenths of them! That means many VPS'es and much confusion.
Maybe 20-30k DNET for 1 MN is better?

I would like to slightly change your proposal

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW v2
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation, longer PoW for better distribution & healthy trade activity.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 518,400
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 43,200,000

Upon Activation of PoS stage, MN req. increases to 20,000 +





Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 03, 2016, 11:22:01 PM
can someone do a tor setup guide for mulitple masternodes on same computer. Had ago but must be doing it wrong cus not working.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 04, 2016, 12:27:02 AM
can someone do a tor setup guide for mulitple masternodes on same computer. Had ago but must be doing it wrong cus not working.

Nope, because it can't be done. Each Masternode needs its own external IP address on port 51472. You can't have multiple Masternodes on one computer.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 03:49:15 AM
how many mn nodes at the moment


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 04, 2016, 03:59:22 AM
I have 6 masternodes currently working 24/7 could have made 500$ selling coins but that is peanuts selling nothing.. trying get more nodes activated, one a day although hash rate just catapulted , someone though is eating 40K DNET coins a day, I dont personally care as I am in it (if not this crypto then 100's others) long term.. I can not envision myself selling anything unless I can make 100K profit otherwise it is all but a child's play


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 04:08:54 AM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png

if you really have that much btc, prove it by putting 200 BTC buy wall at 10 satoshi for DNET
then we can all really see if it is real

He is one of the best crypto scammers ever(also maybe involved in edgecoin, mintpal,coinmarket(exchanges) and other terrible scams), i think these 200btc just only a small part of all his bitcoins... I've lost 5.2  btc in EQX and left the crypto for a long time  :'( :-\
Good morning guys:)
Escrow.pm - One of the smartest btctalk users I've ever seen, thanks for your investment bro ::)
It's too early morning in St. Moritz
I'll be back a bit later :sleep:


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shojayxt on March 04, 2016, 04:18:10 AM
I also never liked reducing the max coin supply for the sake of making it more rare.
So this new propoal DOES NOT reduce the number of coins during PoW. Just longer.
Let me know how this sounds. I have not submitted this yet. Just throwing out ideas.

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation, longer PoW for better distribution & healthy trade activity.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 950 400 (600 days)
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 64,800,000

I like it!
And what do you think on increasing coins limit for masternode? Cause at the end of big blocks, even if 1/3 of all coins will be in masternodes, we'll have more than 700 MNs. To have decent profit from MNs you'll have to hold tenths of them! That means many VPS'es and much confusion.
Maybe 20-30k DNET for 1 MN is better?

I would like to slightly change your proposal

New Proposal

Proposal Name = 50BlockPoW v2
Proposed Change: Variable PoW block reward reducing by 80% after block 86400.
Reason = It promotes a more stable growth due to less daily inflation, longer PoW for better distribution & healthy trade activity.
Total Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 64,800,000 (SAME!)
Vote Duration: Approx. 10 days (Until block 59200)
Effective Date: Approx. 19 days after vote end. (Start block 86401)

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 518,400
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 43,200,000

Upon Activation of PoS stage, MN req. increases to 20,000 +





Changing the emission after a coin is launched never works out.  Especially if you change it to the extremes that you propose.  Reducing the POW from 250 to 50 and making masternode requirements double to 20,000 is insane.  The emission was set when the coin was launched.  Leave it alone.  Increasing the masternode requirement is foolish.  It does nothing but inconvenience those already running masternodes.

Leave the damn emission and specs of the coin alone.   


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 04, 2016, 05:08:28 AM
I'm sorry but cutting PoW rewards from 250 to 50 and masternode rewards to 10 all of a sudden is simply retarded.

People invested in this coin based on the specs that were given at the time. You can't just push significant changes like that driven by greed while ignoring investors and causing poor distribution in the process.

As great this little community started it's not blinded by greed and stupidity.


On another note, do yourselves a favor and ignore equinoxdev.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 05:28:38 AM
It doesn't matter... Specs and etc.. just only BUY, HOLD and SELL.
Ladies and gentlemen, good morning. This is Captain of the EQUINOX airlines. Welcome on board. We wish you a pleasant flight and we hope to see you again soon :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Vaxa on March 04, 2016, 05:57:16 AM
People invested in this coin based on the specs that were given at the time. You can't just push significant changes like that driven by greed while ignoring investors and causing poor distribution in the process.
I've invested in this coin and i agree with supply reduction. And you forget that investors aka MN owners will vote.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: a1binos on March 04, 2016, 07:01:17 AM
DEV
Why submit new block failed? nomp pool, before changing from 250=200+50 to 250=84 + 166 all was working ok, I solo mine. debug.log:

2016-03-04 06:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2016-03-04 06:57:09 Masternode payment to D5VYuy58CEBy3HY8EGgR8isphLqYsU9Uzs
2016-03-04 06:57:09 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-03-04 06:57:46 ResendWalletTransactions()
2016-03-04 06:57:56 CMasternodePayments::IsTransactionValid - Missing required payment - D5VYuy58CEBy3HY8EGgR8isphLqYsU9Uzs
2016-03-04 06:57:56 Invalid mn payment detected CTransaction(hash=2cab8220de, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=2, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000, 4294967295), coinbase 032db20004c531d956086000003e9c0000000d2f6e6f64655
374726174756d2f, nSequence=0)
    CTxOut(nValue=200.00000000, scriptPubKey=OP_DUP OP_HASH160 ed782beb62a9)
    CTxOut(nValue=50.00000000, scriptPubKey=OP_DUP OP_HASH160 03de55dc083e)

2016-03-04 06:57:56 ERROR: CheckBlock() : Couldn't find masternode/budget payment
2016-03-04 06:57:56 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : CheckBlock FAILED


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 07:58:34 AM
Feed me pls
Sell cheaper guys ::)
http://i.imgur.com/LTHK3lq.png


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: topcat363 on March 04, 2016, 08:00:15 AM
People invested in this coin based on the specs that were given at the time. You can't just push significant changes like that driven by greed while ignoring investors and causing poor distribution in the process.
I've invested in this coin and i agree with supply reduction. And you forget that investors aka MN owners will vote.


i agree. the dumpers will overwhelm the market and bear the market.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 04, 2016, 08:01:19 AM
Feed me pls
Sell cheaper guys ::)
http://i.imgur.com/LTHK3lq.png

Wow 1.39 BTC, you are a real whale.  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 08:07:39 AM
i would advse against it as masternodes payment alongside the tech is attractive. the return on masternodes is good which can only push it higher


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 08:08:48 AM
Feed me pls
Sell cheaper guys ::)
http://i.imgur.com/LTHK3lq.png

Wow 1.39 BTC, you are a real whale  ::)
Sorry dearie, but i'm not so stupid and never put big buy wall until I do not want to increase the price, i dont need it right now. Buy lower, sell higher :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 08:10:56 AM
so assuming it went to 18k

a node costs 1.8btc payout 250 coins that 0.04btc currently its cost 0.17btc so i think its an amazing investment. can see this rising


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 04, 2016, 08:29:49 AM
so assuming it went to 18k

a node costs 1.8btc payout 250 coins that 0.04btc currently its cost 0.17btc so i think its an amazing investment. can see this rising

It doesn't matter if one DNET is worth 100 sats or 18k. Regardless of the price masternodes are very profitable because they earn their investment back in 44 days.


Unless of course people succeed to reduce the supply. In that case masternodes wouldn't be near that profitable anymore which means people would not start new masternodes causing worse decentralization/distribution and eventual price decline.

But if the masternode reward won't be cut then their profitability will cause people to buy into the coin to run their own masternodes increasing the price naturally while also helping distribution and decentralization.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Waldozaur12 on March 04, 2016, 08:40:51 AM
Feed me pls
Sell cheaper guys ::)
http://i.imgur.com/LTHK3lq.png

Wow 1.39 BTC, you are a real whale  ::)
Sorry dearie, but i'm not so stupid and never put big buy wall until I do not want to increase the price, i dont need it right now. Buy lower, sell higher :)
We need your BIG sell wall. I want more coins too. At this moment I have only 100K coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 08:51:43 AM
how many masternodes on network now


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 08:53:31 AM
Feed me pls
Sell cheaper guys ::)
http://i.imgur.com/LTHK3lq.png

Wow 1.39 BTC, you are a real whale  ::)
Sorry dearie, but i'm not so stupid and never put big buy wall until I do not want to increase the price, i dont need it right now. Buy lower, sell higher :)
We need your BIG sell wall. I want more coins too. At this moment I have only 100K coins.
No problem bro, small .16-19 wall special for you, enjoy


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 09:04:20 AM
can someone do a tor setup guide for mulitple masternodes on same computer. Had ago but must be doing it wrong cus not working.

Nope, because it can't be done. Each Masternode needs its own external IP address on port 51472. You can't have multiple Masternodes on one computer.

so what do i need to do to have more than 1 masternode going??? have more than one computer/raspberry/laptop whatever going all the time??? if so this issue needs be looked into. I have 1 computer and a laptop. I am not leaving the laptop on either.

I know when i did crave masternodes you could run multiple wallets using tor settings for the different ips.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 04, 2016, 10:08:11 AM

so what do i need to do to have more than 1 masternode going??? have more than one computer/raspberry/laptop whatever going all the time??? if so this issue needs be looked into. I have 1 computer and a laptop. I am not leaving the laptop on either.

I know when i did crave masternodes you could run multiple wallets using tor settings for the different ips.
https://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 04, 2016, 10:10:55 AM
Proposal #2
- Name: PoWRewardReduction2
- Variable PoW block reward reducing by 50 every 50k blocks (approx every 34 days)
- Coin Supply During PoW Phase: 39 800 000

Blocks 1 - 59 200:
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 14 800 000

Blocks 59 201 - 109 200:
POW reward: 200 DNET
Total supply: 24 800 000

Blocks 109 201 - 159 200
POW reward: 150 DNET
Total supply: 32 300 000

Blocks 159 201 - 209 200:
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 37 300 000

Blocks 209 201 - 259 200
POW reward: 50 DNET
Total supply: 39 800 000

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4 yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4 no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet)

Quote
"PoWRewardReduction2" : {
        "Name" : "PoWRewardReduction2",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14082492#msg14082492",
        "Hash" : "ce4d6c02169d85bd86eaf7fc545c639093a0ad95891f36d0e9ce90ecc7aabff4",
        "FeeHash" : "9f818fb33e46ff0e0ff789f1ef677bf1302ce0e7c888ea434b54f0e8cda711c8",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "DMAUefC1YXGtoQDxMxTcHmf9JQUK5MLsa7",
        "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
        "Yeas" : 0,
        "Nays" : 0,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : false,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    }

I think i'll support your proposal if nothing more interesting not appears.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on March 04, 2016, 10:43:20 AM
I was away from my PC for a little more than a day and so much happened :).

Now that DNET is listed on a major exchange, we can use the 1MillionFund for more productive things now, right Dev :)

I am confused about cutting the PoW now. If we cut the PoW, this will turn out to be another PnD by whales. If we don't cut the PoW, miners will not let the price to grow, but we will have more distribution. And without PoW, there is no purpose of Masternode, right :(.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: boy2k on March 04, 2016, 10:57:08 AM
Guys im having problems with my Masternodes i have set up in the QT.

I have 3 nodes running in my wallet, all start successfully but after an hour or two only the first node is running...

masternode list-conf:

xx
"status" : "ENABLED"

xx
"status" : "MISSING"

xx
"status" : "MISSING"

Any ideas?

Can i run the nodes outside of the QT wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: HORT on March 04, 2016, 11:45:50 AM
Guys im having problems with my Masternodes i have set up in the QT.

I have 3 nodes running in my wallet, all start successfully but after an hour or two only the first node is running...

masternode list-conf:

xx
"status" : "ENABLED"

xx
"status" : "MISSING"

xx
"status" : "MISSING"

Any ideas?

Can i run the nodes outside of the QT wallet?


You can only have 1 MN per IP address. That is why you only have 1 running now.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: boy2k on March 04, 2016, 11:52:25 AM
really? :( thats rubbish lol..


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on March 04, 2016, 11:56:06 AM
really? :( thats rubbish lol..

Well that's how DNET was designed to work, sorry.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: boy2k on March 04, 2016, 11:59:07 AM
really? :( thats rubbish lol..

Well that's how DNET was designed to work, sorry.


No worries now i know, just trying to work out if i get a solution for my other 2 nodes now.
thanks for letting me know.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 12:03:52 PM
really? :( thats rubbish lol..

Well that's how DNET was designed to work, sorry.


No worries now i know, just trying to work out if i get a solution for my other 2 nodes now.
thanks for letting me know.



if you figure it out let everyone know. I was trying do it last nite and this morning using tor.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: shkbits on March 04, 2016, 12:49:27 PM
really? :( thats rubbish lol..

Well that's how DNET was designed to work, sorry.


No worries now i know, just trying to work out if i get a solution for my other 2 nodes now.
thanks for letting me know.



You can sign up for google cloud and you will get $300 worth credit free for 2 months :). You can host your masternodes on their VPS.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 12:49:47 PM
nice steady rise in price.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 12:54:31 PM
really? :( thats rubbish lol..

Well that's how DNET was designed to work, sorry.


No worries now i know, just trying to work out if i get a solution for my other 2 nodes now.
thanks for letting me know.



You can sign up for google cloud and you will get $300 worth credit free for 2 months :). You can host your masternodes on their VPS.

extra expense when i i have a computer running 24/7 for pos wallets. Should be able to make it all on 1.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 12:57:20 PM
this could be the legit crave coin


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 12:59:00 PM
nice steady rise in price.
Don't mention it :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 01:00:24 PM
only 1.5million on sell side everyone getting nodes
 
bought some more staking the higher it goes the more rewards


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 04, 2016, 01:24:48 PM
Although I made some proposals, I am not 100% convinced changing currently planned out PoW is a good idea.
As long as lengthy & fast inflation is kept up by demand, coin grows in market cap fast and will be well distributed.
So if the devs ensure that it is well looked after with an effective MN & PoS payout, we shouldn't have any issues.

But I really like this proposals system. It's like having a board of directors voting. ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 04, 2016, 01:34:47 PM
only 1.5million on sell side everyone getting nodes
 
bought some more staking the higher it goes the more rewards

juuust perfect, juuust like dash! said that yesterday , DNET might indeed reach a buck, if I would be dev I would scan latest dash road map and  borrow some and some invent a new, you have enough funds to "sponsor" a talent for feature development and grow from there!

congrats to all !

aaactually a though just occurred to me that you are giving a second chance for people that missed on dash and that is not such a bad thing!

just saw an order fill 0.2 BTC per node! (10K DNET) very low! try to do this with dash!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 02:10:37 PM
Come on guys, I can promise you that I will hold my biggest DNET part up to .00003 :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 04, 2016, 02:42:27 PM
only 1.5million on sell side everyone getting nodes
 
bought some more staking the higher it goes the more rewards

juuust perfect, juuust like dash! said that yesterday , DNET might indeed reach a buck, if I would be dev I would scan latest dash road map and  borrow some and some invent a new, you have enough funds to "sponsor" a talent for feature development and grow from there!

congrats to all !

aaactually a though just occurred to me that you are giving a second chance for people that missed on dash and that is not such a bad thing!

just saw an order fill 0.2 BTC per node! (10K DNET) very low! try to do this with dash!

I agree, DNET is like a "poor people's DASH".
Poor people need anonimity too.
Maybe we can market DNET as such.
I'm sending emails to my contacts in Botswana as we speak.
 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 04, 2016, 02:43:10 PM
Come on guys, I can promise you that I will hold my biggest DNET part up to .00003 :)

See. No ambition.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 04, 2016, 02:57:46 PM
Masternode count is going down & coins are moving into Bittrex.
I think it's time to sell. See you guys at 600 sats.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wonderloops on March 04, 2016, 03:03:28 PM
Dev hasn't been online for 3 days.
No wonder this coin is dying.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 03:08:44 PM
Dev hasn't been online for 3 days.
No wonder this coin is dying.

are you sure your on the right coin mate, dev been online today


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Jazzycrypt on March 04, 2016, 03:20:30 PM
Masternode count is going down & coins are moving into Bittrex.
I think it's time to sell. See you guys at 600 sats.

Some early investors send coins to bittrex market as quickly as possible at first days of trading, thats normal process! And i think, whales need to buy a lot of coins at low levels (up to 2K sat)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: topcat363 on March 04, 2016, 03:22:50 PM
Masternode count is going down & coins are moving into Bittrex.
I think it's time to sell. See you guys at 600 sats.

Some early investors send coins to bittrex market as quickly as possible at first days of trading, thats normal process! And i think, whales need to buy a lot of coins at low levels (up to 2K sat)


i told everyone serious dumps are coming


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Jazzycrypt on March 04, 2016, 03:30:01 PM
Masternode count is going down & coins are moving into Bittrex.
I think it's time to sell. See you guys at 600 sats.

Some early investors send coins to bittrex market as quickly as possible at first days of trading, thats normal process! And i think, whales need to buy a lot of coins at low levels (up to 2K sat)


i told everyone serious dumps are coming

i don't care, i trade with my own imagination)) my prediction - when the price gets higher than 2K sat - that would be the beginning of bittrex huge pump with high buy walls. It's hard to predict how many hours or days needs for tothemoon with big volumes.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 03:31:17 PM
Masternode count is going down & coins are moving into Bittrex.
I think it's time to sell. See you guys at 600 sats.

first you say dev not been online for two days and now this, lol. more than happy to collect


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: gnargnar on March 04, 2016, 03:36:42 PM
let's return to the 1k sat level now, ok?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 03:44:58 PM
how high you think this coin can go. need proper road map. I like the idea of the SYS marketplace on the blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: wasref on March 04, 2016, 03:45:51 PM
how high you think this coin can go. need proper road map. I like the idea of the SYS marketplace on the blockchain.

name perfect for it considering its anonymous


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 04:32:47 PM
let's return to the 1k sat level now, ok?
No :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: gnargnar on March 04, 2016, 04:42:35 PM
let's return to the 1k sat level now, ok?
No :)

I've just contacted few guys and Yes!  We can do it!

bitcoins in motion....


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 04, 2016, 04:55:46 PM
There are 2 Dev's. and one of us is available most of the day, but we have many tasks running right now. I am hoping to release the official Road Map in Next day or so time permitting.

s3v3n


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 05:12:39 PM
let's return to the 1k sat level now, ok?
No :)

I've just contacted few guys and Yes!  We can do it!

bitcoins in motion....
Sounds dangerous  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 04, 2016, 05:24:27 PM
There are 2 Dev's. and one of us is available most of the day, but we have many tasks running right now. I am hoping to release the official Road Map in Next day or so time permitting.

s3v3n


Thanks dev, i'm looking forward to see what you have instore for us.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 04, 2016, 05:29:47 PM
coinmarketcap still isn't showing the bittrex volume.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: gnargnar on March 04, 2016, 05:32:37 PM
let's return to the 1k sat level now, ok?
No :)

I've just contacted few guys and Yes!  We can do it!

bitcoins in motion....
Sounds dangerous  :D
word


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 04, 2016, 05:33:06 PM
engaged 7th master node, this is all going towards big success

btw what is the real including volume from bittrex market cap for DNET ? anyone can estimate ?

I bet ya a million dollars dash devs and investors are  bit terrified right now (close same tech with fraction of $ required at least now) and watching this thread, there could be a manipulation at some point , dash drew LARGE FIAT.. anyways just a word of caution


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 04, 2016, 05:50:42 PM
We have requested CoinmarketCap include the Bittrex data twice so far, hopefully it will be updated soon.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: purplejaguar on March 04, 2016, 07:47:54 PM
I heard a big whale is here for a big pump. Strap in.  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on March 04, 2016, 07:50:45 PM
I knew 2016 was going to bring us few good coins and DNET happens  to be one of them. So far it had a good start, lets keep the momentum  going.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 07:54:42 PM
vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on March 04, 2016, 08:00:48 PM
vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 08:12:11 PM
vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.

where can i find a vps for multiple ips which is needed?? i have never used linux before as well i could manage it windows.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 04, 2016, 08:19:30 PM
vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.

where can i find a vps for multiple ips which is needed?? i have never used linux before as well i could manage it windows.

instant MN setup: https://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/aff.php?aff=3


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: incognitoworker on March 04, 2016, 08:20:34 PM
vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.

where can i find a vps for multiple ips which is needed?? i have never used linux before as well i could manage it windows.
Most likely what you want is a virtual machine manager under ubuntu, and then setup a VPN on each VM on your VPS for different IPs.
Or choose a hosting service to do this for you.

You can control all nodes from your windows wallets ofc.

IW


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 04, 2016, 08:29:49 PM
vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.

where can i find a vps for multiple ips which is needed?? i have never used linux before as well i could manage it windows.
Most likely what you want is a virtual machine manager under ubuntu, and then setup a VPN on each VM on your VPS for different IPs.
Or choose a hosting service to do this for you.

You can control all nodes from your windows wallets ofc.

IW


going over me head here. Anyone fancy doing step by step for muitple nodes.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 04, 2016, 08:40:47 PM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png
Come on guys, I can promise you that I will hold my biggest DNET part up to .00003 :)
Little update guys, I think I'll hold my big part up to 4k sat and keep playing with the price. Here we go :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 04, 2016, 08:55:38 PM
4K is that a joke?



 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 04, 2016, 09:41:32 PM
4K is that a joke?

Of course it is. I think he meant 40k.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 04, 2016, 11:17:02 PM
The Guide is actually posted in the OP, does anyone read the OP?? :P


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Kushedout on March 04, 2016, 11:31:50 PM
The Guide is actually posted on the ANN, does anyone read the ANN?? :P

Wait.. what page is the ANN on?   ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 04, 2016, 11:47:49 PM
yeah, yea.. i know I use ANN as "Announcement" should be OP.. :P


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 04, 2016, 11:52:42 PM
A basic Linux VPS install / set-up guide here: http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php - apparently a work in progress.

Reference: Set-up Fail2ban - an intrusion prevention framework;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14037105#msg14037105

Reference: iptables (strict) Linux VPS firewall rules;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14038073#msg14038073
  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: mmboulhosa on March 05, 2016, 12:07:38 AM
Can I translate the thread to the Portuguese forum?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 05, 2016, 12:17:00 AM
A basic Linux VPS install / set-up guide here: http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php - apparently a work in progress.

Reference: Set-up Fail2ban - an intrusion prevention framework;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14037105#msg14037105

Reference: iptables (strict) Linux VPS firewall rules;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14038073#msg14038073
  

Thanks, quoted for reference.  Will come in handy.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 05, 2016, 12:33:55 AM
Can I translate the thread to the Portuguese forum?

Go for it, Much appreciated


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: white92d15b7 on March 05, 2016, 12:36:11 AM
Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 05, 2016, 12:57:04 AM
Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Well, it couldn't be staking, that hasn't been enabled yet. Is it mining? What does your darknet.conf look like? That would seem to be the only reason it should be using that much CPU.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: white92d15b7 on March 05, 2016, 01:00:04 AM
Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Well, it couldn't be staking, that hasn't been enabled yet. Is it mining? What does your darknet.conf look like? That would seem to be the only reason it should be using that much CPU.

all i have are the nodes in there, i mine this on suprnova

addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=67.3.92.178
addnode=86.122.138.192
addnode=76.105.204.52
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=173.30.131.78
addnode=68.7.186.217
addnode=188.230.158.70
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=24.254.142.135
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=67.225.110.88
addnode=104.200.151.6
addnode=37.187.129.166
addnode=75.86.207.37
addnode=82.210.172.238
addnode=109.201.154.180
addnode=75.102.135.212


not even all of them at that


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 05, 2016, 01:13:44 AM


(EXPOSED IP's)


not even all of them at that

That is ugly.  When I figure out how, I'm going to submit a proposal to switch the network to 100% TOR like some other coins.  Dev, can you confirm that's possible?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: mmboulhosa on March 05, 2016, 01:16:00 AM
Here is the Portuguese thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1387490.0


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 05, 2016, 01:52:10 AM
Enabling any crypto-currency to run 100% over an anonymity network by 'default' is perhaps not the best choice for all users.

Bundling the Tor software with any coin is also generally not a good idea or 'best practice'.
- https://www.torproject.org/docs/trademark-faq

Presenting all users with information and allowing them to make an informed choice on how they want to connect is the better option.

...

It is already possible to use this coin 100% over Tor (just like you can with Bitcoin).

darknet.conf (example)

Code:
listen=0
port=989
proxy=127.0.0.1:9150
maxconnections=8
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- which would connect you to (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network and allow for your wallets connections to also exit to other  clearnet IP nodes / masternodes.

Code:
listen=0
port=989
maxconnections=6
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
onlynet=onion
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- would connect you to only (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network - which is the most 'anonymous' / private way to connect, as your connections never leave the Tor network.

Using socks port 9150 in your .conf enables connectivity through the Tor Browser Bundle, right out-of-the-box !
- https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html

...

Users who don't want anonymity or privacy features might instead look to use the litemode=1 setting, which completely disables obfuscation mixing in the wallet.

~ In exactly the same way that many different groups of people and individuals use the Tor network for anonymity, you need all of these aspects in-the-mix for a healthy balance of privacy, security, anonymity and good connectivity.

The more masternode operators that can run as 'Dual Stack' nodes (and are able to publish their own addnode=.onion address), the better the diversity becomes for increased privacy and anonymity - for all users that require said functionality.

  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 05, 2016, 02:13:59 AM
Enabling any crypto-currency to run 100% over an anonymity network by 'default' is perhaps not the best choice for all users.

Bundling the Tor software with any coin is also generally not a good idea or 'best practice'.
- https://www.torproject.org/docs/trademark-faq

Presenting all users with information and allowing them to make an informed choice on how they want to connect is the better option.

...

It is already possible to use this coin 100% over Tor (just like you can with Bitcoin).

darknet.conf (example)

Code:
listen=0
port=989
proxy=127.0.0.1:9150
maxconnections=8
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- which would connect you to (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network and allow for your wallets connections to also exit to other  clearnet IP nodes / masternodes.

Code:
listen=0
port=989
maxconnections=6
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
onlynet=onion
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- would connect you to only (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network - which is the most 'anonymous' / private way to connect, as your connections never leave the Tor network.

Using socks port 9150 in your .conf enables connectivity through the Tor Browser Bundle, right out-of-the-box !
- https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html

...

Users who don't want anonymity or privacy features might instead look to use the litemode=1 setting, which completely disables obfuscation mixing in the wallet.

~ In exactly the same way that many different groups of people and individuals use the Tor network for anonymity, you need all of these aspects in-the-mix for a healthy balance of privacy, security, anonymity and good connectivity.

The more masternode operators that can run as 'Dual Stack' nodes (and are able to publish their own addnode=.onion address), the better the diversity becomes for increased privacy and anonymity - for all users that require said functionality.

  

Well said.

Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Well, it couldn't be staking, that hasn't been enabled yet. Is it mining? What does your darknet.conf look like? That would seem to be the only reason it should be using that much CPU.

all i have are the nodes in there, i mine this on suprnova


What OS are you on? Is anyone else experiencing this?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 05, 2016, 02:31:49 AM
do you need to encrypt the wallet that is on the vps? the coins are located on the active wallet on my computer if i followed the guide right but is running through the vps wallet on that ip? I have just added the masternodeprivkey to the conf on the vps? bit confusing. Where will the coins made from the nodes go as well?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: StakeBox on March 05, 2016, 02:54:58 AM
do you need to encrypt the wallet that is on the vps? the coins are located on the active wallet on my computer if i followed the guide right but is running through the vps wallet on that ip? I have just added the masternodeprivkey to the conf on the vps? bit confusing. Where will the coins made from the nodes go as well?

No need to encrypt the wallet on the VPS since there will never be coins there. Yes, the coins stay on your local wallet where they are safer, you don't even need your local wallet running after you use it to start the remote Masternode. The coins earned for running the Masternode will show up in your local wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 05, 2016, 02:59:10 AM
Super AWESOME and helpful post.
  

Thank you very much!  Great explanation.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 05, 2016, 03:16:56 AM


(EXPOSED IP's)


not even all of them at that

That is ugly.  When I figure out how, I'm going to submit a proposal to switch the network to 100% TOR like some other coins.  Dev, can you confirm that's possible?

Tor would mean that you can run as many masternodes on one computer (1 IP) as you want. That causes centralization.


Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Weird, this is one of my favourite wallets. Fast to start, responsive and when I close it, it closes and won't linger around the many other wallets do. It never used much CPU to me.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 05, 2016, 09:29:36 AM
How long till get payouts from nodes?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 05, 2016, 10:05:48 AM
How long till get payouts from nodes?

12 to 18 hours for the very first payment.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 05, 2016, 12:24:00 PM
Super AWESOME and helpful post.
  

Thank you very much!  Great explanation.

No worries. Probably also a good opportunity to dispel some media myths in regards to the term 'Dark Net'.

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJNxbpbHA-I&feature=youtu.be&t=16m9s
- "Every web page out there that google can't index" - Arma.

- https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Darknet

"A darknet (or dark net) is an overlay network that can only be accessed with specific software, configurations, or authorization, often using non-standard communications protocols and ports. Two typical darknet types are friend-to-friend networks (usually used for file sharing with a peer-to-peer connection) and privacy networks such as Tor.

The reciprocal term for an encrypted darknet is clearnet or surface web when referring to search engine indexable content."


Some good uses for a 'DarkNet' might include;

- To better protect the privacy rights of citizens from targeted and mass surveillance
- Protecting dissidents from political reprisal
- Whistleblowing and news leaks

Using Tor with addnode=.onion connectivity for P2P crypto-currency wallet connections is perhaps more accurately described as a "friend-to-friend" network, over being a 'Dark Net'.

- https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Friend-to-friend

...

The recent showtime docu-series 'Dark Net' made for some interesting, informative and disturbing viewing.

- https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Net_(TV_series) (https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Net_(TV_series))
- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5397520/

"A documentary series that explores the furthest reaches of the internet and the people who frequent it, Dark Net provides a revealing and cautionary look inside a vast cyber netherworld rarely witnessed by most of us."
  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 05, 2016, 01:12:39 PM
Market cap is still absurdly low...just over $100k.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 05, 2016, 02:56:47 PM
A basic Linux VPS install / set-up guide here: http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php - apparently a work in progress.

Reference: Set-up Fail2ban - an intrusion prevention framework;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14037105#msg14037105

Reference: iptables (strict) Linux VPS firewall rules;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14038073#msg14038073
  

Thanks, quoted for reference.  Will come in handy.

Anyone setting-up a 'Dual Stack' Masternode / Tor VPS might also consider running the node as a Tor Relay, providing bandwidth to other Tor users.

Client Only torrc (example) config:

Quote
ClientOnly 1

SOCKSPort 9050

SOCKSPolicy accept 127.0.0.1/8

Log notice file /var/log/tor/notices.log

ControlPort 9051

HiddenServiceDir /var/lib/tor/dnet/
HiddenServicePort 989 127.0.0.1:51472

HiddenServiceStatistics 0

ORPort 9001

LongLivedPorts 989

ExitPolicy reject *:*

DisableDebuggerAttachment 0

NumEntryGuards 8


Amendments / additions to run as a Tor Relay (example):


Quote
SOCKSPort 9050

SOCKSPolicy accept 127.0.0.1/8

Log notice file /var/log/tor/notices.log

ControlPort 9051

HiddenServiceDir /var/lib/tor/dnet/
HiddenServicePort 989 127.0.0.1:51472

HiddenServiceStatistics 0

ORPort 443

DirPort 80

LongLivedPorts 989

BandwidthRate 256 KB
BandwidthBurst 512 KB

MaxAdvertisedBandwidth 256 KB

RelayBandwidthRate 256 KB
RelayBandwidthBurst 512 KB

ExitPolicy reject *:*

DisableDebuggerAttachment 0

NumEntryGuards 8

## A handle for your relay, so people don't have to refer to it by key.

Nickname MyDnetRelayExample

## Administrative contact information for this relay or bridge. This line
## can be used to contact you if your relay or bridge is misconfigured or
## something else goes wrong. Note that we archive and publish all
## descriptors containing these lines and that Google indexes them, so
## spammers might also collect them. You may want to obscure the fact that
## it's an email address and/or generate a new address for this purpose.
#ContactInfo Random Person <nobody AT example dot com>
## You might also include your PGP or GPG fingerprint if you have one:

ContactInfo Random Person <nobody AT example dot com>

Notice that with a Tor Relay this info. is included in the Tor Atlas and with the Tor directories (example);

- https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/7FBBEAF3011C0E8498214611B1601AB0BB0420A9
- https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/8B1434497F187A5E10756F5227764324D13CC68F

Whereas CLIENT only (or Tor Bridge info. is private). So, If you can't be a Relay - be a Bridge:
- https://www.torproject.org/docs/bridges#RunningABridge


Example Bandwidth setting:

## Define these to limit how much relayed traffic you will allow. Your
## own traffic is still unthrottled. Note that RelayBandwidthRate must
## be at least 20 kilobytes per second.
## Note that units for these config options are bytes (per second), not
## bits (per second), and that prefixes are binary prefixes, i.e. 2^10,
## 2^20, etc.
#RelayBandwidthRate 100 KBytes  # Throttle traffic to 100KB/s (800Kbps)
#RelayBandwidthBurst 200 KBytes # But allow bursts up to 200KB (1600Kb)

EDIT:
Quote
BandwidthRate 256 KB
BandwidthBurst 2048 KB

MaxAdvertisedBandwidth 256 KB

RelayBandwidthRate 256 KB
RelayBandwidthBurst 2048 KB
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14155533#msg14155533

These settings enable a Relay to be 'useful' in terms of bandwidth, although still very unlikely to exceed the 1 TB bandwidth limits of VPS providers such as Vultr or Digital Ocean (including the dnet node bandwidth). N.B. Do not run a Tor Exit node at either Vultr or Digital Ocean, they only tolerate Tor Relays (non-exits).

Anyhow, if your not going to be running a web server on the VPS then this is perhaps a good way to utilize the bandwidth and get your 'moneys worth' from the hosting provider. 300+ masternodes, all running as Tor Relays would make for a very useful addition to the existing Tor network and for users privacy!

- https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-relay-debian.html
- https://www.torproject.org/getinvolved/tshirt.html   8)

- https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/GoodBadISPs

  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 05, 2016, 03:08:32 PM
very nice movement, seen this go from 20K to over 100K MC now, 7th MN have been engaged and I stepped down mining a bit, proceeds from MN will go towards erecting further MN's

and no. I wont bother to sell even 1 DNET, it is not worth it not even at few mil MC, might as well help to propagate anonymous crypto systems, it is important

thanks for the opportunity!

some calculations I made , might help you to gauge if MN are profitable (if you sell, I am not that does not mean you wont) here they are

so I see 1 MN making approx 400 DNET in 24 hours cycle so x 7 MN servers thats 2800 DNET , DNET is now set @ 0.00002158 so thats 0.06 BTC or 20 bucks a day, nothing you can retire on but x 30 if market sustains , thats 600 bucks monthly , a lux car payment/lease maybe ?

and any uptick from Today's prices and it all multiplies, market knows this hence 100K MC

have a great day!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 05, 2016, 03:25:14 PM
very nice movement, seen this go from 20K to over 100K MC now, 7th MN have been engaged and I stepped down mining a bit, proceeds from MN will go towards erecting further MN's

and no. I wont bother to sell even 1 DNET, it is not worth it not even at few mil MC, might as well help to propagate anonymous crypto systems, it is important

thanks for the opportunity!

some calculations I made , might help you to gauge if MN are profitable (if you sell, I am not that does not mean you wont) here they are

so I see 1 MN making approx 400 DNET in 24 hours cycle so x 7 MN servers thats 2800 DNET , DNET is now set @ 0.00002158 so thats 0.06 BTC or 20 bucks a day, nothing you can retire on but x 30 if market sustains , thats 600 bucks monthly , a lux car payment/lease maybe ?

and any uptick from Today's prices and it all multiplies, market knows this hence 100K MC

have a great day!

Guess so.

Also, seems that Vultr made some website updates this month and have a 'free' $50 promotion running.

- https://www.vultr.com/freetrial/ - (not an affiliate link).

Great for anyone who might not have ever used a Linux VPS before to perhaps sign-up for!
 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 05, 2016, 03:28:23 PM
very nice movement, seen this go from 20K to over 100K MC now, 7th MN have been engaged and I stepped down mining a bit, proceeds from MN will go towards erecting further MN's

and no. I wont bother to sell even 1 DNET, it is not worth it not even at few mil MC, might as well help to propagate anonymous crypto systems, it is important

thanks for the opportunity!

some calculations I made , might help you to gauge if MN are profitable (if you sell, I am not that does not mean you wont) here they are

so I see 1 MN making approx 400 DNET in 24 hours cycle so x 7 MN servers thats 2800 DNET , DNET is now set @ 0.00002158 so thats 0.06 BTC or 20 bucks a day, nothing you can retire on but x 30 if market sustains , thats 600 bucks monthly , a lux car payment/lease maybe ?

and any uptick from Today's prices and it all multiplies, market knows this hence 100K MC

have a great day!

Guess so.

Also, seems that Vultr made some website updates this month and have a 'free' $50 promotion running.

- https://www.vultr.com/freetrial/ - (not an affiliate link).

Great for anyone who might not have ever used a Linux VPS before to perhaps sign-up for!
  

very cool, might needed at the rate MN's are crunching shares... thank you, idea of not having hot wallet in VPS is very important one to bear in mind, guide here by you and original developers regarding that as well as TOR network explanation and setup is very good

I will be honest, I missed on dash but this is so darn close both I and everyone here stand a second chance

in fact I am contemplating hard if not to sell some % of dash and allocate here... only reason I am hesitant is because dash might have innovations and that always is reflected in pricing... don't know yet.. price of 1 MN of DNET is now 0.2 BTC I believe that's super low.. we will see.. i have 0 pressure on me as I did not spend a dime outside of electricity doing it I have a luxury to hold and see drops in market value , in fact I dont care


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 05, 2016, 04:10:27 PM
love this btw http://stakebox.com/ (http://stakebox.com/) investigating its capability


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: waffles99 on March 05, 2016, 04:58:23 PM
My.mp-hosting.co.uk has refilled their darknet masternode service 25 available for order 1.50$ /month , was down for maintenance yesterday back up and some bugs are sorted out


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 05, 2016, 05:38:23 PM
My.mp-hosting.co.uk has refilled their darknet masternode service 25 available for order 1.50$ /month , was down for maintenance yesterday back up and some bugs are sorted out

how does it work?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Jazzycrypt on March 05, 2016, 05:41:45 PM
welcome to the bittrex pump-style, that's what i said yesterday about 2K sat level

http://s015.radikal.ru/i333/1603/9f/b530745c3484.png


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on March 05, 2016, 06:27:33 PM
very nice movement, seen this go from 20K to over 100K MC now, 7th MN have been engaged and I stepped down mining a bit, proceeds from MN will go towards erecting further MN's

and no. I wont bother to sell even 1 DNET, it is not worth it not even at few mil MC, might as well help to propagate anonymous crypto systems, it is important

thanks for the opportunity!

some calculations I made , might help you to gauge if MN are profitable (if you sell, I am not that does not mean you wont) here they are

so I see 1 MN making approx 400 DNET in 24 hours cycle so x 7 MN servers thats 2800 DNET , DNET is now set @ 0.00002158 so thats 0.06 BTC or 20 bucks a day, nothing you can retire on but x 30 if market sustains , thats 600 bucks monthly , a lux car payment/lease maybe ?

and any uptick from Today's prices and it all multiplies, market knows this hence 100K MC

have a great day!

Let me update your maths.... 1440*50/216 = 333.3 dnet per 24 hours currently x7 is 2333.33. at say 2k sats per = .046 btc per day = 18.25 USD per day

EDIT: 1440*50/253 = 284.58 dnet per 24 hours x7 is 1992 per day at 2k sats = .0398 btc per day = $15.81 usd


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 05, 2016, 07:23:12 PM
Still not had a payout from master nodes? Set it up last nite. How do I know it's working??


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 05, 2016, 09:09:27 PM
Still not had a payout from master nodes? Set it up last nite. How do I know it's working??

Has it been over 12 to 18 hours since you started them?
run "masternode list-conf" and see they are all in ENABLED status. If so, they are working.
If any are in MISSING status, then run "masternode start-missing" to start only them.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 05, 2016, 09:15:53 PM
It's getting pretty hard to buy any decent amount of DNET below 2500 sat now with mini-walls starting just above it.

Anyways, I really like how the devs are not hyping this coin up a single bit. Keep up the great work guys.
Hopefully we can get the specs finalized soon with an achievable and helpful roadmap / infographic etc


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Acidx on March 05, 2016, 09:19:59 PM

Hopefully we can get the specs finalized soon with an achievable and helpful roadmap / infographic etc


That combined with being listed on more exchanges would do really good for the economy of the coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 05, 2016, 09:27:02 PM
Hopefully we can get the specs finalized soon with an achievable and helpful roadmap / infographic etc
That combined with being listed on more exchanges would do really good for the economy of the coin.

Well, I guess kraken or poloniex should be next.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 05, 2016, 09:38:58 PM
Still not had a payout from master nodes? Set it up last nite. How do I know it's working??

Has it been over 12 to 18 hours since you started them?
run "masternode list-conf" and see they are all in ENABLED status. If so, they are working.
If any are in MISSING status, then run "masternode start-missing" to start only them.

2 have been running longer than others. 1 said it wasn't enabled when i checked so started it. Will leave it till morning and hopefully should of had a payout by then?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 05, 2016, 09:43:41 PM
2 have been running longer than others. 1 said it wasn't enabled when i checked so started it. Will leave it till morning and hopefully should of had a payout by then?

Yeah, due to higher number of MN's, first payment can take ages before being more frequent. Could be possibly closer to 24 hours now.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 05, 2016, 09:57:19 PM
2 have been running longer than others. 1 said it wasn't enabled when i checked so started it. Will leave it till morning and hopefully should of had a payout by then?

Yeah, due to higher number of MN's, first payment can take ages before being more frequent. Could be possibly closer to 24 hours now.

Well it says it's enabled so hope it is.just have to see if payments start flowing


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 05, 2016, 10:01:17 PM
is there an easier way to tell how many masternodes are online?

I really like https://chainz.cryptoid.info/  how do we it to work with DNET?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 05, 2016, 10:25:45 PM
is there an easier way to tell how many masternodes are online?
I really like https://chainz.cryptoid.info/  how do we it to work with DNET?

Edit: Sorry. Didn't see that you asked how to check it online. Not sure actually.
Maybe DNET needs a portal like Decred or a mobile app that shows the same. https://dcrstats.com/


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 05, 2016, 11:40:44 PM
is there an easier way to tell how many masternodes are online?
I really like https://chainz.cryptoid.info/  how do we it to work with DNET?

Edit: Sorry. Didn't see that you asked how to check it online. Not sure actually.
Maybe DNET needs a portal like Decred or a mobile app that shows the same. https://dcrstats.com/

yeah, I just checked it out in the wallet.  about 250 masternode right now.  it'd be nice to have a live update somewhere.

anyways, I checkout the proposal system. pretty neat.  however, the top participation is the first proposal around 50 votes. 

so my question is do people who voted with their masternode maybe decide to sell it later, does the vote still count?

maybe we should propose a way to increase vote participation somehow.  maybe incentivise(?) the voting?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 06, 2016, 02:09:49 AM
Anyone have a direct line to coinmarketcap?? Would like to get Bittrex info posting as well.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Acidx on March 06, 2016, 02:49:38 AM
Anyone have a direct line to coinmarketcap?? Would like to get Bittrex info posting as well.. :)

Not sure about coinmarketcap but bittrex are probably easiest available to contact through their slack channel: http://slack.bittrex.com/

For Poloniex you can only submit suggestions for new coins, I think.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 06, 2016, 07:51:47 AM
Anyone have a direct line to coinmarketcap?? Would like to get Bittrex info posting as well.. :)

Post in their thread on BCT: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199685.4560

How's the roadmap going?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 06, 2016, 12:00:21 PM
lots of "hero members" and people are packing thousands via farms, network hash rate has gone up and over 200 master nodes

faaaaantastic

https://dnet.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool (https://dnet.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool)

checking if my nodes have produced enough funds to erect another one...


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 06, 2016, 12:10:27 PM
Do I need a static IP for masternode?  I'm having issues opening the port.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 06, 2016, 03:11:33 PM
Anyone have a direct line to coinmarketcap?? Would like to get Bittrex info posting as well.. :)

Post in their thread on BCT: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199685.4560

How's the roadmap going?

I posted a request in their thread, hopefully they will sort it out as soon as.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: leigh2k14 on March 06, 2016, 04:01:25 PM
Top wallet on bittrex has 700K :o


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 06, 2016, 04:05:04 PM
Masternodes are so profitable that the top wallets on the exchanges are missing out on a lot of value.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 06, 2016, 04:09:05 PM
How long till roadmap?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 06, 2016, 06:42:07 PM
How long till roadmap?

I am actually working on the initial release now. But with all coins this will evolve. Which is another good use for the Proposal System... :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 06, 2016, 06:52:43 PM
CoinMarketCap has added Bittrex to their Market details today for Darknet.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: CosaNostra on March 06, 2016, 06:56:26 PM
CoinMarketCap as added Bittrex to their Market details today for Darknet.. :)

Cool, and the price is so attractive now.
Seems like a time to buy!  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 06, 2016, 07:01:05 PM
CoinMarketCap as added Bittrex to their Market details today for Darknet.. :)

:) well done. Poloinex is next job for exchanges. If you have an initial release of planned progress that is fine which of course is edited all the time. This be done tonight? (Uk time here) You have to keep up to date with technology's that have been made with other coins. Have you considered the sys market place? I like the whole idea and incorparating the stealth of this coin? Hopefully you won't be another crave dev that fucks off once they made enough I like masternode system. Gives everyone something to do and can see profits. The name alone makes this a good marketable coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 06, 2016, 07:05:59 PM
We are here for the Long haul, We haven't sold a single DNET that we have mined or purchased. There will be steady updates. We want the community to be involved in the process. We want the community to create services and uses for a truly anonymous coin. A coin that will succeed needs an involved community as much as it needs reliable and involved dev's!!

We will do our part!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 06, 2016, 07:07:38 PM
We are here for the Long haul, We haven't sold a single DNET that we have mined or purchased. There will be steady updates. We want the community to be involved in the process. We want the community to create services and uses for a truly anonymous coin. A coin that will succeed needs an involved community as much as it needs reliable and involved dev's!!

We will do our part!! :)

Always good coming from hero member :) let's get this coin to a price where I can retire lol.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: NextGenCrypto on March 06, 2016, 07:10:05 PM
We are here for the Long haul, We haven't sold a single DNET that we have mined or purchased. There will be steady updates. We want the community to be involved in the process. We want the community to create services and uses for a truly anonymous coin. A coin that will succeed needs an involved community as much as it needs reliable and involved dev's!!

We will do our part!! :)

Keep up the great work guys.  If you provide consistent updates and show everyone you're here, this will go a long way.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 06, 2016, 07:32:44 PM
Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?
http://i.imgur.com/kdot10q.png
Come on guys, I can promise you that I will hold my biggest DNET part up to .00003 :)
Little update guys, I think I'll hold my big part up to 4k sat and keep playing with the price. Here we go :)

I told you this guy has no clue, he has his monitor upside down and is pumping in the wrong direction.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: FogHorn_LegHorn on March 07, 2016, 12:01:39 AM
Can someone please make a linux qt interface for my noob self. Like downloand this file and then click on DNET qt. I don't want to do this and that just download and go. All other wallets have it so why can't you? fuck man.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 07, 2016, 12:21:18 AM
short by approx 1.5K DNET till the 8th Master Node , probably by tomorrow, then we shall try for the 9th unless difficulty rises

sold nothing, it is pure accumulation and store

I can tell from the block explorer that dev have not sold coins either , around 20K (FIAT) was sold but there are folks out there that need to pay off farm mining fees, but they are selling only % of what they have and keek on going, that is very normal


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 12:26:08 AM
Can someone please make a linux qt interface for my noob self. Like downloand this file and then click on DNET qt. I don't want to do this and that just download and go. All other wallets have it so why can't you? fuck man.

I have already compiled the files inside the download, just download the linux wallet, run the script to install the dependencies and ./darknet-qt to start the wallet


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 12:26:56 AM
OK, I have posted a base Roadmap on the OP

There is one item in specific I am sure will have people asking many questions. That being the "Making the transactions untraceable to the Senders wallet" This is our next step in making this Darknet a Truly Anonymous coin.

We would like to Do the research and Implement the means to have Truly Untraceable Transactions in Darknet. This will only be added if it can be done in a Trust-less manner. If this is something that everyone wants and I believe We do, then please Vote yes and we can get started.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 12:35:58 AM
Proposal to Add to Darknet Untraceable Transactions;

hash=b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 yes" to vote in favor

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 no" to vote against

"mnbudget getinfo truly-untraceable-tx to check the status


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 07, 2016, 01:17:39 AM
Proposal to Add to Darknet Untraceable Transactions;

hash=b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 yes" to vote in favor

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 no" to vote against

"mnbudget getinfo truly-untraceable-tx to check the status

What time scale you putting on things?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: FogHorn_LegHorn on March 07, 2016, 02:21:23 AM
Can someone please make a linux qt interface for my noob self. Like downloand this file and then click on DNET qt. I don't want to do this and that just download and go. All other wallets have it so why can't you? fuck man.

I have already compiled the files inside the download, just download the linux wallet, run the script to install the dependencies and ./darknet-qt to start the wallet


Let me rephrase, I am noob. I don't have any clue as to what you said above. I want to download a file and click on it and wallet opens. Like windows. I don't know what running scripts means or anything like that. Install what? and dependant on this and what?? Please help. Thank you.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on March 07, 2016, 02:40:17 AM
OK, I have posted a base Roadmap on the OP

There is one item in specific I am sure will have people asking many questions. That being the "Making the transactions untraceable to the Senders wallet" This is our next step in making this coin a Truly Anonymous coin. But, and there is always a but.. :) in order for this functionality to exist there is a Service that needs to be created and added to a special Masternode that will be operated solely by the "Darknet Foundation" (Yes, there will be one, just not yet). The reason for this is simple. Security of the Node. Which makes this service less decentralized than we prefer, but the transparency will still be there and everything will be seen on the blockchain. If at some point the ability exists for this part of the mechanism to be completely decentralized it will be done that way.

Seeing as this is not the normal way things are done in the crypto environment, I want to put it to a vote to see if anyone objects to such a mechanism being implemented. The service would incorporate a fee, which would be burned (helping inflation while using the service). The use of the service once active would be totally voluntary and not required to carry on as everyone has been.

So the security of the node is centralized but the functionality of the special masternode is trustless?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on March 07, 2016, 02:41:00 AM
Proposal to Add to Darknet Untraceable Transactions;

hash=b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 yes" to vote in favor

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 no" to vote against

"mnbudget getinfo truly-untraceable-tx to check the status

What time scale you putting on things?



{
    "Name" : "truly-untraceable-tx",
    "Hash" : "b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9",
    "FeeHash" : "f2a36fa5d44689a9ecd18fc94a534ac64554c43c0cff4fed65d34d602ab5a969",
    "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14119948#msg14119948",
    "BlockStart" : 86400,
    "BlockEnd" : 151200,

    "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
    "RemainingPaymentCount" : 1,
    "PaymentAddress" : "D8Sf2wpaMyarjCbnwqskXaGAS6jwKSBA1B",
    "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
    "Yeas" : 0,
    "Nays" : 0,
    "Abstains" : 0,
    "TotalPayment" : 250000.00000000,
    "MonthlyPayment" : 250000.00000000,
    "IsEstablished" : false,
    "IsValid" : true,
    "fValid" : true
}


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 02:59:19 AM
Proposal to Add to Darknet Untraceable Transactions;

hash=b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 yes" to vote in favor

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 no" to vote against

"mnbudget getinfo truly-untraceable-tx to check the status

What time scale you putting on things?



{
    "Name" : "truly-untraceable-tx",
    "Hash" : "b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9",
    "FeeHash" : "f2a36fa5d44689a9ecd18fc94a534ac64554c43c0cff4fed65d34d602ab5a969",
    "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14119948#msg14119948",
    "BlockStart" : 86400,
    "BlockEnd" : 151200,

    "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
    "RemainingPaymentCount" : 1,
    "PaymentAddress" : "D8Sf2wpaMyarjCbnwqskXaGAS6jwKSBA1B",
    "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
    "Yeas" : 0,
    "Nays" : 0,
    "Abstains" : 0,
    "TotalPayment" : 250000.00000000,
    "MonthlyPayment" : 250000.00000000,
    "IsEstablished" : false,
    "IsValid" : true,
    "fValid" : true
}


Is there a question in there?? :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on March 07, 2016, 03:02:19 AM
Proposal to Add to Darknet Untraceable Transactions;

hash=b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 yes" to vote in favor

"mnbudget vote b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9 no" to vote against

"mnbudget getinfo truly-untraceable-tx to check the status

What time scale you putting on things?



{
    "Name" : "truly-untraceable-tx",
    "Hash" : "b7e9e0561bf317026e72993a83972805103da3cbca7f69769629a4b30f9cfde9",
    "FeeHash" : "f2a36fa5d44689a9ecd18fc94a534ac64554c43c0cff4fed65d34d602ab5a969",
    "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14119948#msg14119948",
    "BlockStart" : 86400,
    "BlockEnd" : 151200,

    "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
    "RemainingPaymentCount" : 1,
    "PaymentAddress" : "D8Sf2wpaMyarjCbnwqskXaGAS6jwKSBA1B",
    "Ratio" : 0.00000000,
    "Yeas" : 0,
    "Nays" : 0,
    "Abstains" : 0,
    "TotalPayment" : 250000.00000000,
    "MonthlyPayment" : 250000.00000000,
    "IsEstablished" : false,
    "IsValid" : true,
    "fValid" : true
}


Is there a question in there?? :)

It was actually a reply to the borris123 asking about time but maybe I understood it wrong.

There was a question above though.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 03:54:24 AM
OK, first Question is for @borris123 the work would not commence until the voting has been completed and the Proposal is approved. which would happen at block 86400


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 04:45:52 AM
@proletariat The short answer is it is a trusted system, as to my knowledge (and others) there is no way to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less manner. We will be working on making it function in a trust-less manner but that will be further down the road.

What makes this a trusted node is that we would host and physically be in control of the node for security reasons. This isn't much different in the fact that we are essentially in control of the source of the coin, or dealing with a new exchange. There will be some code running on this node which is not publicly available which is the reason for the security requirements. If at some point the means present themselves to make the source safe to make publicly available then we will do so.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on March 07, 2016, 05:23:01 AM
@proletariat The short answer is it is a trusted system, as to my knowledge (and others) there is no way to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less manner. We will be working on making it function in a trust-less manner but that will be further down the road.

What makes this a trusted node is that we would host and physically be in control of the node for security reasons. This isn't much different in the fact that we are essentially in control of the source of the coin, or dealing with a new exchange. There will be some code running on this node which is not publicly available which is the reason for the security requirements. If at some point the means present themselves to make the source safe to make publicly available then we will do so.


Thought Dash was already anonymous but adding our very own layer on top of that should be very interesting.
My nodes will vote yes on this, hope others do the same.



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 07, 2016, 05:43:20 AM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Vaxa on March 07, 2016, 06:23:26 AM
Will vote "no". Centralization is enemy of cryptocurrency.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: proletariat on March 07, 2016, 06:31:31 AM
It's not like they are centralizing the whole economy, this will be just a service for extra anonymity... I guess they would make that layer opt-in for an anon tx. with a checkbox or something.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 07:51:47 AM
That is correct, it is an optional service and will not effect the existing functionality in any way.

Darknet will remain decentralized as it should be.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 07:53:17 AM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.

Please feel free to share your reasons.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 07, 2016, 07:55:39 AM
I guess this portion will make DNET more unique which I think is great. But yeah, needs more explanation.
In this case, I would classify it as a logically centralized transaction service. So it's optional to use right?

edit: oh. you already answered my question on it being optional.  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 07, 2016, 09:42:13 AM
Considering Darknet is all about being "Community Driven via MN voting".....

Anything that could increase community/investor involvement is key....

So I think a new Darknet website with ability to view current Proposals & Votes in "real time" should be right up there in priority. (more than untraceable tx)

This will really allow the community & investors to see what's going on without needing to see it via CLI.

Also would be cool to have it auto-tweet new proposals & end-results via Twitter. (like an automated alert/notification)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 07, 2016, 10:02:01 AM
Considering Darknet is all about being "Community Driven via MN voting".....

Anything that could increase community/investor involvement is key....

So I think a new Darknet website with ability to view current Proposals & Votes in "real time" should be right up there in priority. (more than untraceable tx)

This will really allow the community & investors to see what's going on without needing to see it via CLI.

Also would be cool to have it auto-tweet new proposals & end-results via Twitter. (like an automated alert/notification)
Great ideas!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 07, 2016, 10:37:12 AM
I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POW phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 07, 2016, 10:45:24 AM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.

Please feel free to share your reasons.. :)

Seems like an obvious point of failure/attack.  Can't this feature be a function of all masternodes?

*EDIT if not all then a 2nd tier of supernodes, with higher collateral requirements and rewards. 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 07, 2016, 11:08:00 AM
Seems like an obvious point of failure/attack.  Can't this feature be a function of all masternodes?

*EDIT if not all then a 2nd tier of supernodes, with higher collateral requirements and rewards. 

I agree. Higher balance requirement but with higher reward sounds good.
e.g. 100k DNET per SMN (SuperMN) for 1.5x normal MN reward.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: danonthehill on March 07, 2016, 01:12:07 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8

OK guys, I'm techtarded because I blew out my mind on drugs few years back.  I bought MN from host above, have wallet set up on laptop, logged into MN via putty, now what? How do I access the .conf?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 07, 2016, 01:21:44 PM

OK guys, I'm techtarded because I blew out my mind on drugs few years back.  I bought MN from host above, have wallet set up on laptop, logged into MN via putty, now what? How do I access the .conf?

Code:
nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 07, 2016, 01:36:33 PM
8th MN has been setup, charging towards 9th possibly > if made possible by the network difficulty

will vote later with all 9, I like the idea of SMN, dont like idea of any closed source or centralization but will review before taking part in vote

technology is working great thus far, will do later some inter TOR transactions with small amounts between nodes (to self basically) wanted to do this with dash but way too expensive, here sky is the limit (yet) (TOR and anon provide 100% anonymity, only backdoor or TOR exit nodes if compromised can break)

and no, selling nothing, in this way I provide backbone for future operations and roadmap , and it is my strong believe this is aint going anywhere



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 07, 2016, 02:24:43 PM
8th MN has been setup, charging towards 9th possibly > if made possible by the network difficulty

will vote later with all 9, I like the idea of SMN, dont like idea of any closed source or centralization but will review before taking part in vote

technology is working great thus far, will do later some inter TOR transactions with small amounts between nodes (to self basically) wanted to do this with dash but way too expensive, here sky is the limit (yet) (TOR and anon provide 100% anonymity, only backdoor or TOR exit nodes if compromised can break)

and no, selling nothing, in this way I provide backbone for future operations and roadmap , and it is my strong believe this is aint going anywhere



be good if you could figure out how to get multiple nodes on same computer using tor


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 07, 2016, 03:31:40 PM
...

be good if you could figure out how to get multiple nodes on same computer using tor

That is already technically possible, but it is not really a good idea for the network, either for Tor and/or dnet nodes.

The Tor network simply does not have enough .exit IP's to make that a viable option, coupled with the fact that unless you know how to fully edit your torrc for this purpose, then Tor IP circuits rotate every 10 mins by 'default' anyway.

It would therefore be a much better option to obtain a bunch of cheap / private Socks proxy (static) IP addresses and to use those instead.

Although, running a node as onlynet=onion and then using your own addnode=.onion hidden_service address effectively as externalip=.onion could work OK, in theory.

- https://bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin - realize however that a number of these Connection options: are currently unique to Bitcoin Core with the version 0.12.0 release and that code updates would be required to dnet and/or respectfully dash for this to function...

Moreover, the real issue here being that IP addresses are 'unique' and that FQDN's (fully qualified domain names) are not, as multiple domain names can ofc operate from a single IP address (i.e. as with shared hosting and with .onion addresses).

Your 'technical issue' exists, because the Masternode design was seemingly created to try and prevent this form of centralized monopoly of Masternode ownership, in terms of network effects, at the very minimum.
  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: gnargnar on March 07, 2016, 03:41:19 PM
I guess this is going below 1k satoshis?
will set some buy orders lower


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 04:22:34 PM
8th MN has been setup, charging towards 9th possibly > if made possible by the network difficulty

will vote later with all 9, I like the idea of SMN, dont like idea of any closed source or centralization but will review before taking part in vote

technology is working great thus far, will do later some inter TOR transactions with small amounts between nodes (to self basically) wanted to do this with dash but way too expensive, here sky is the limit (yet) (TOR and anon provide 100% anonymity, only backdoor or TOR exit nodes if compromised can break)

and no, selling nothing, in this way I provide backbone for future operations and roadmap , and it is my strong believe this is aint going anywhere



be good if you could figure out how to get multiple nodes on same computer using tor

People always trying to game the system. We will be removing any possibility of running Masternodes from the same system. It is bad for Tor and the Network as a whole


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 07, 2016, 04:25:35 PM
8th MN has been setup, charging towards 9th possibly > if made possible by the network difficulty

will vote later with all 9, I like the idea of SMN, dont like idea of any closed source or centralization but will review before taking part in vote

technology is working great thus far, will do later some inter TOR transactions with small amounts between nodes (to self basically) wanted to do this with dash but way too expensive, here sky is the limit (yet) (TOR and anon provide 100% anonymity, only backdoor or TOR exit nodes if compromised can break)

and no, selling nothing, in this way I provide backbone for future operations and roadmap , and it is my strong believe this is aint going anywhere



be good if you could figure out how to get multiple nodes on same computer using tor

People always trying to game the system. We will be removing any possibility of running Masternodes from the same system. It is bad for Tor and the Network as a whole

just looking save a few quid on vps


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 04:34:49 PM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.

Please feel free to share your reasons.. :)

Seems like an obvious point of failure/attack.  Can't this feature be a function of all masternodes?

*EDIT if not all then a 2nd tier of supernodes, with higher collateral requirements and rewards. 

That is part of the issue. Which is why I put it up for vote. Everyone can not have access to this node, because everyone can't be trusted not to abuse it. Without telling everyone what our specific design plans are for this node (If we do it we would be the first) we would be essentially creating an "air-gap" between addresses, which would make it technically not possible to track the transaction through the air gap as the transaction being sent to the "Special node" would stop at one edge of the air-gap and begin again at the other edge. If I were to explain in detail what the entire process is everyone should understand why the increased security is a requirement.

This coin is called Darknet for a reason, we want to push the boundaries of Privacy and Anonymity to its limits. This service would be optional, and one of a kind initially. But there is always a level of risk. Which is why if we do this we would control the Special Node. If someone has a better way of accomplishing 100% untraceability and maintaining trust-less, feel free to PM me your ideas.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 07, 2016, 05:08:03 PM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.

Please feel free to share your reasons.. :)

Seems like an obvious point of failure/attack.  Can't this feature be a function of all masternodes?

*EDIT if not all then a 2nd tier of supernodes, with higher collateral requirements and rewards. 

That is part of the issue. Which is why I put it up for vote. Everyone can not have access to this node, because everyone can't be trusted not to abuse it. Without telling everyone what our specific design plans are for this node (If we do it we would be the first) we would be essentially creating an "air-gap" between addresses, which would make it technically not possible to track the transaction through the air gap as the transaction being sent to the "Special node" would stop at one edge of the air-gap and begin again at the other edge. If I were to explain in detail what the entire process is everyone should understand why the increased security is a requirement.

This coin is called Darknet for a reason, we want to push the boundaries of Privacy and Anonymity to its limits. This service would be optional, and one of a kind initially. But there is always a level of risk. Which is why if we do this we would control the Special Node. If someone has a better way of accomplishing 100% untraceability and maintaining trust-less, feel free to PM me your ideas.

As a general rule, truly secure, private and 'anonymous' systems should avoid any one single point of failure.

- https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual_modular_redundancy
- https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Triple_modular_redundancy

As in " who guards the guardians? " - which is actually not dis-similar to how Tor hidden_services work.

Maybe something like PageKite is more feasible though - https://pagekite.net/ - *whistles*


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 05:20:23 PM
Such are the trials of trying to be originators. It's just a proposal, we are still researching a means to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less fashion. It's just that it hasn't been done before, so it will require more research and work.

None of the present systems that I am aware of are truly untraceable if given the proper amount of time and money. We would like to change that.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 07, 2016, 05:43:10 PM
Such are the trials of trying to be originators. It's just a proposal, we are still researching a means to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less fashion. It's just that it hasn't been done before, so it will require more research and work.

None of the present systems that I am aware of are truly untraceable if given the proper amount of time and money. We would like to change that.

Indeed. To this regard I recently made the following post in the CBX thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=951753.1640

..."All of the crypto-currency obfuscation systems in existence, to date, still cannot fully prevent the two main factors that can be used by a strong adversary to identify or to track an individual. These factors remain (1) acquisition (i.e. the trail of where your coins came from or how you originally acquired them) and (2) storage (i.e. your actual balance on a specific address and how it changed over time with regards to transactions, regardless of any obfuscation efforts). At best, users might gain only some plausible deniability.

As satoshi stated, Bitcoin can provide reasonable anonymity and privacy if it's used correctly i.e. you might mine PoW coins to a fresh wallet address, over Tor, at a .onion enabled pool (such as eligius or mmpool, for example), only ever connecting the wallet via Tor, making transactions that don't identify you personally (which is practically impossible in reality, being the you are most likely the recipient of any goods or services etc.,) and then abandoning said wallet / address entirely.

It could also be argued that using 3rd party mixing services is actually bad for your anonymity!"...


and from : https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual_modular_redundancy

- There is an old adage to this effect, stating: "Never go to sea with two chronometers; take one or three." Meaning, if two chronometers contradict, how do you know which one is correct?   8)

- http://www.onion-router.net/History.html
- http://freehaven.net/anonbib/cache/tor-design.pdf

Still much great reading to be found here: http://www.freehaven.net/papers.html

 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 05:55:38 PM
Such are the trials of trying to be originators. It's just a proposal, we are still researching a means to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less fashion. It's just that it hasn't been done before, so it will require more research and work.

None of the present systems that I am aware of are truly untraceable if given the proper amount of time and money. We would like to change that.

Indeed. To this regard I recently made the following post in the CBX thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=951753.1640

..."All of the crypto-currency obfuscation systems in existence, to date, still cannot fully prevent the two main factors that can be used by a strong adversary to identify or to track an individual. These factors remain (1) acquisition (i.e. the trail of where your coins came from or how you originally acquired them) and (2) storage (i.e. your actual balance on a specific address and how it changed over time with regards to transactions, regardless of any obfuscation efforts). At best, users might gain only some plausible deniability.

As satoshi stated, Bitcoin can provide reasonable anonymity and privacy if it's used correctly i.e. you might mine PoW coins to a fresh wallet address, over Tor, at a .onion enabled pool (such as eligius or mmpool, for example), only ever connecting the wallet via Tor, making transactions that don't identify you personally (which is practically impossible in reality, being the you are most likely the recipient of any goods or services etc.,) and then abandoning said wallet / address entirely.

It could also be argued that using 3rd party mixing services is actually bad for your anonymity!"...


and from : https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual_modular_redundancy

- There is an old adage to this effect, stating: "Never go to sea with two chronometers; take one or three." Meaning, if two chronometers contradict, how do you know which one is correct?   8)

- http://www.onion-router.net/History.html
- http://freehaven.net/anonbib/cache/tor-design.pdf

Still much great reading to be found here: http://www.freehaven.net/papers.html

 

I agree completely, and this is one of the reasons I wanted to Dev a coin. The means exist to make this coin truly untraceable, it is just making it trust-less at the same time that is difficult. More research is needed.. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: q327K091 on March 07, 2016, 06:51:16 PM
8th MN has been setup, charging towards 9th possibly > if made possible by the network difficulty

will vote later with all 9, I like the idea of SMN, dont like idea of any closed source or centralization but will review before taking part in vote

technology is working great thus far, will do later some inter TOR transactions with small amounts between nodes (to self basically) wanted to do this with dash but way too expensive, here sky is the limit (yet) (TOR and anon provide 100% anonymity, only backdoor or TOR exit nodes if compromised can break)

and no, selling nothing, in this way I provide backbone for future operations and roadmap , and it is my strong believe this is aint going anywhere



be good if you could figure out how to get multiple nodes on same computer using tor

People always trying to game the system. We will be removing any possibility of running Masternodes from the same system. It is bad for Tor and the Network as a whole

doing a closed (sealed) server system per node, over the weekend I will engage TOR, there is is this system that boots fresh every time, forgot name of the OS a Unix hybrid of course

idea of having embedded devices with master nodes on such an embedded system is a very attractive one, imagine portable 100% secure and anonymous devices/wallets!

quick update, should have 9th node up and running probably in 2 days or so, one can do virtualization... and might try that as well, all in all it is fascinating as we are all thinking and doing what dash devs are thinking and doing, and they are very good!

we even have some crypto experts onboard which is cool. one does not have same algebraic crypto problems as they were found in shadowcash  though :-X

right now I am collecting DNET as fast as I can to erect more MN's , selling nothing as said many times by far it is more important to propagate this coin as 100% secure/anonymous , money will come next that is not as important now

this!

https://tails.boum.org/ (https://tails.boum.org/)

only physical theft compromise can break it, commits to tails repo are reviewed by several top notch Unix experts and are kept purposefully few and between

Tails and DNET together and TOR and no one on earth will know (minus TOR exit nodes compromise, but that is illegal at least in this country , to prevent someone setting up private TOR exit node, in Russia probably different)

will setup tails and DNET MN and TOR , will let you know how it goes, after all isnt (part of financial aspect) privacy why we are doing all this ?



Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 07, 2016, 07:33:10 PM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.

Please feel free to share your reasons.. :)

Because it's easy to disrupt a single central node which means it's easy to disrupt the service. It also introduces having to rely on trust which is unacceptable (regardless of how trustworthy the owners are).

Having to trust a central entity with obfuscation of all things I feel would kind of defeat the purpose.

And central obfuscation is relatively easy to make but it requires taking steps back and giving up centralization and trustlessness which I think would turn this coin into a joke.

I understand this would be just an option and not mandatory to use but that option would still represent the whole coin which is why I'm against it.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 07, 2016, 07:58:29 PM
I think decentralization is much more important than anonimity for several reasons.

Please feel free to share your reasons.. :)

Because it's easy to disrupt a single central node which means it's easy to disrupt the service. It also introduces having to rely on trust which is unacceptable (regardless of how trustworthy the owners are).

Having to trust a central entity with obfuscation of all things I feel would kind of defeat the purpose.

And central obfuscation is relatively easy to make but it requires taking steps back and giving up centralization and trustlessness which I think would turn this coin into a joke.

I understand this would be just an option and not mandatory to use but that option would still represent the whole coin which is why I'm against it.

Your points are valid, which is why there is no set release date on this specific update as we hope to find a means to keep everything trust-less. Thank you for voicing your opinion and not just FUD'ing everything. We are not all knowing and thus rely on everyones knowledge and experience to steer this coin in the right direction.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Darkoth89 on March 07, 2016, 08:01:18 PM
Quick query about masternodes.  I take it you can withdraw the 10k funds once you stop the node? I have a VPS that isn't doing anything currrently, and DNET looks like it could be a good investment.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kondiomir on March 07, 2016, 09:43:43 PM
http://s20.postimg.org/y8miv62kt/3d2.png


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 07, 2016, 09:44:41 PM
Quick query about masternodes.  I take it you can withdraw the 10k funds once you stop the node? I have a VPS that isn't doing anything currrently, and DNET looks like it could be a good investment.

ye you can withdraw it if masternode disabled. but if its enabled there is a lock on the 10000 to stop you from spending them by accident


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Vaxa on March 07, 2016, 09:58:02 PM
I guess this is going below 1k satoshis?
That's why we need supply reduction. I like this proposal.
I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POW phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal is for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Darkoth89 on March 07, 2016, 10:23:44 PM
Quick query about masternodes.  I take it you can withdraw the 10k funds once you stop the node? I have a VPS that isn't doing anything currrently, and DNET looks like it could be a good investment.

ye you can withdraw it if masternode disabled. but if its enabled there is a lock on the 10000 to stop you from spending them by accident

Excellent, thought so.  Thanks for the info!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kokokoin on March 07, 2016, 10:24:18 PM
I guess this is going below 1k satoshis?
That's why we need supply reduction. I like this proposal.
I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POS phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal is for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).
Sorry, i named my proposal POSRewardReduction but it is really for POW reward reduction. Is there any way to change the name?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 08, 2016, 12:38:54 AM
Such are the trials of trying to be originators. It's just a proposal, we are still researching a means to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less fashion. It's just that it hasn't been done before, so it will require more research and work.

None of the present systems that I am aware of are truly untraceable if given the proper amount of time and money. We would like to change that.

Indeed. To this regard I recently made the following post in the CBX thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=951753.1640

..."All of the crypto-currency obfuscation systems in existence, to date, still cannot fully prevent the two main factors that can be used by a strong adversary to identify or to track an individual. These factors remain (1) acquisition (i.e. the trail of where your coins came from or how you originally acquired them) and (2) storage (i.e. your actual balance on a specific address and how it changed over time with regards to transactions, regardless of any obfuscation efforts). At best, users might gain only some plausible deniability.

As satoshi stated, Bitcoin can provide reasonable anonymity and privacy if it's used correctly i.e. you might mine PoW coins to a fresh wallet address, over Tor, at a .onion enabled pool (such as eligius or mmpool, for example), only ever connecting the wallet via Tor, making transactions that don't identify you personally (which is practically impossible in reality, being the you are most likely the recipient of any goods or services etc.,) and then abandoning said wallet / address entirely.

It could also be argued that using 3rd party mixing services is actually bad for your anonymity!"...


and from : https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual_modular_redundancy

- There is an old adage to this effect, stating: "Never go to sea with two chronometers; take one or three." Meaning, if two chronometers contradict, how do you know which one is correct?   8)

- http://www.onion-router.net/History.html
- http://freehaven.net/anonbib/cache/tor-design.pdf

Still much great reading to be found here: http://www.freehaven.net/papers.html

 

I agree completely, and this is one of the reasons I wanted to Dev a coin. The means exist to make this coin truly untraceable, it is just making it trust-less at the same time that is difficult. More research is needed.. :)

I've made a basic review of the existing design and thought on how it might be possible to try and improve it, considering what we know works in existing anonymity systems.

Firstly, being based on CoinJoin - https://wikipedia.org/wiki/CoinJoin - the inputs/outputs method only partly solves privacy, but is still somewhat open to traceability, by a strong adversary.

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dash_(cryptocurrency) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dash_(cryptocurrency)):

"...Darksend is a coin-mixing service originally based on CoinJoin. Later iterations used a more advanced method of pre-mixing denominations built into the user's wallet.

In its current implementation it adds privacy to transactions by combining identical inputs from multiple users into a single transaction with several outputs. Due to the identical inputs, transactions usually cannot be directly traced, obfuscating the flow of funds. A heuristic (based on inputs/outputs order) was suggested for partial tracing the transactions, but neither formal proof nor counter-proof was presented..."


As s3v3nh4cks mentioned in an earlier post the best potential alternative to this method is likely utilizing an Air-Gapped solution.

In other words, the outgoing transaction is sent to node A where the funds never directly leave to their destination address and instead node B sends the funds to the destination address.

Looking at building onto the existing system it should be possible to create say Authority based servers, perhaps routed through several masternodes, for anonymity, similar to the Tor network design in principal.

So, the transaction is sent from an already obfuscated balance, whereby the MN1 forwards the transaction (via 2 separate circuits) to Authority A and Authority B destinations (perhaps being larger, ephemeral pools of combined MN's!), that are able to combine identical inputs readily (without the need to match input/output).

Example;

The client sends to MN1 (which chooses the a and b (Middle Node Paths):

- MN1 (Entry) - knows only the client and MN2a and MN2b (Middle), but does not know MN3a or MN3b respectfully or Authority A or Authority B.

- MN2a and MN2b (Middle) - knows only MN1 and MN3a or MN3b respectfully (Exits), but does not know the client or Authority A or Authority B.

- MN3a and MN3b (Exits) - knows only MN2a and MN2b (Middle) respectfully and Authority A or Authority B respectfully, they do not know MN1 (Entry) or the client.

- Authority A retains the transaction amount (only knows MN3a). Authority B pays the destination (only knowing the recipient and MN3b) and confirms the transaction chain.


Transactions overtime would likely average out the starting balances of Authority A or Authority B, although round-robin checks and balances could also be used. Furthermore, if Authority A and Authority B are actually comprised of random and ephemeral mix-clusters of existing Masternodes, then 'risk' is split between nodes, as well as outgoing payments to destinations i.e. their is no actual Authority A or Authority B.

The above is highly theoretical, although is probably a near perfect anonymity system in terms of transaction privacy and masking traceability.

One flaw still remains, which is the change in the balance on the clients wallet address, although partly obfuscated ofc, the coins remain 'spent'.

It is of course very difficult to spend 'money', without actually spending it though!


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 08, 2016, 01:24:50 AM
Great discussions guys.  this proposal thing is pretty neat as I got a mn to play with.  though it'd be interesting to see the implementation of the said system.  looks like still a long ways to go, tho the feedback from dev is promising. 

one questions tho, does the wallet have any coin control features to spend coins not tied to the masternodes?  or does it automatically does that?
and is there way to delete or update proposals like the typo problem we had earlier?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 08, 2016, 01:38:26 AM
Great discussions guys.  this proposal thing is pretty neat as I got a mn to play with.  though it'd be interesting to see the implementation of the said system.  looks like still a long ways to go, tho the feedback from dev is promising.  

one questions tho, does the wallet have any coin control features to spend coins not tied to the masternodes?  or does it automatically does that?
and is there way to delete or update proposals like the typo problem we had earlier?

Absolutely it does, turn on coin control in the Preferences section. But, it is not needed if you are concerned about spending the 10k from your masternode as that is locked and the wallet will not let you send it without first shutting down the masternode


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 08, 2016, 02:27:16 AM
I guess this is going below 1k satoshis?
That's why we need supply reduction. I like this proposal.
I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POS phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal is for supply reduction during POS phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POS phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).
Sorry, i named my proposal POSRewardReduction but it is really for POW reward reduction. Is there any way to change the name?

Sorry, there is no way to fix that once it has been submitted


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: avitas on March 08, 2016, 02:55:04 AM
Great discussions guys.  this proposal thing is pretty neat as I got a mn to play with.  though it'd be interesting to see the implementation of the said system.  looks like still a long ways to go, tho the feedback from dev is promising.  

one questions tho, does the wallet have any coin control features to spend coins not tied to the masternodes?  or does it automatically does that?
and is there way to delete or update proposals like the typo problem we had earlier?

Absolutely it does, turn on coin control in the Preferences section. But, it is not needed if you are concerned about spending the 10k from your masternode as that is locked and the wallet will not let you send it without first shutting down the masternode

Cool thanks! got it.

also, probably minor bug i notice https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/darknet/ in the language translate section doesn't work. 


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: djselery on March 08, 2016, 03:58:18 AM
Such are the trials of trying to be originators. It's just a proposal, we are still researching a means to accomplish what we want to do in a trust-less fashion. It's just that it hasn't been done before, so it will require more research and work.

None of the present systems that I am aware of are truly untraceable if given the proper amount of time and money. We would like to change that.

I am fairly sure NAV coin has done the whole anon transactions option. i believe they have been working on it for a couple years(supposedly to be fully decentralized and implemented "soon"). just a heads up.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: s3v3nh4cks on March 08, 2016, 04:54:40 AM
Great discussions guys.  this proposal thing is pretty neat as I got a mn to play with.  though it'd be interesting to see the implementation of the said system.  looks like still a long ways to go, tho the feedback from dev is promising.  

one questions tho, does the wallet have any coin control features to spend coins not tied to the masternodes?  or does it automatically does that?
and is there way to delete or update proposals like the typo problem we had earlier?

Absolutely it does, turn on coin control in the Preferences section. But, it is not needed if you are concerned about spending the 10k from your masternode as that is locked and the wallet will not let you send it without first shutting down the masternode

Cool thanks! got it.

also, probably minor bug i notice https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/darknet/ in the language translate section doesn't work.  
We are looking into that, good catch.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: EQUINOXdev on March 08, 2016, 06:24:56 AM
I sold my DNET part and brought down the price a bit:)
I'm out
CRBIT looks way better for pumping and dumping now
Good luck guys :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Vaxa on March 08, 2016, 09:15:05 AM
I guess this is going below 1k satoshis?
That's why we need supply reduction. I like this proposal.
I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POW phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal is for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).
Sorry, i named my proposal POSRewardReduction but it is really for POW reward reduction. Is there any way to change the name?

Sorry, there is no way to fix that once it has been submitted
BTW, how you managed to remove other proposals?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: bathrobehero on March 08, 2016, 10:52:42 AM
Great discussions guys.  this proposal thing is pretty neat as I got a mn to play with.  though it'd be interesting to see the implementation of the said system.  looks like still a long ways to go, tho the feedback from dev is promising. 

one questions tho, does the wallet have any coin control features to spend coins not tied to the masternodes?  or does it automatically does that?
and is there way to delete or update proposals like the typo problem we had earlier?

What I did was that I have my masternodes working separately but I have all the masternode wallets (private keys) imported to a local non-masternode wallet, with the main 10k fees locked so I can "milk" the masternodes easily anytime.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 08, 2016, 01:26:39 PM
With low price comes low Diff......mine all you can :D


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: Mashugina71 on March 08, 2016, 01:48:15 PM
I'm mining until PoS phase for this coin. Looks very promising


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 08, 2016, 02:16:44 PM
We have spoken with a VPS Hosting company to come up with a Low Cost Masternode Option for Darknet. When you Purchase your Node Hosting, it will come with Darknet Daemons pre-installed so all you have to do is configure your darknet.conf file with your random rpcuser/rpcpassword and your masternode key.. :)

$1.50 a month is an Excellent deal

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/cart.php?gid=8

OK guys, I'm techtarded because I blew out my mind on drugs few years back.  I bought MN from host above, have wallet set up on laptop, logged into MN via putty, now what? How do I access the .conf?

how long do these take to activate? do you have a step by step on what to do?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: kbhutto on March 08, 2016, 02:18:29 PM
@s3v3nh4cks miners are still getting 166.6 instead of 175 DNETs. No plan to fix this bug?


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 08, 2016, 02:34:17 PM
After reviewing my musing post of yesterday: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14130245#msg14130245

It should be possible to simplify an Air-Gapped model for a single transaction path, using masternode's as mix-clusters i.e. ephemeral Authority node A and node B. These nodes (including the cllient) need to be unable to identify one other directly.

- Doing true Air-Gapped transactions 'on-chain' remains a 'holy-grail', as most projects seem to have done some part of this mixing / sending 'off-chain'.

So, at least there is the potential to discuss such an implementation with the dnet developers here.

The existing transaction anonymity / obfuscation for dnet is still on par. with DASH ofc, and is stronger still when combined with Tor in terms of preventing traffic analysis.
  


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: BitcoinFX on March 08, 2016, 02:49:05 PM

...

https://tails.boum.org/ (https://tails.boum.org/)

....


Yes. Tails is a good distro. that includes Tor - although it will be better suited for clients making transactions than for nodes.


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: borris123 on March 08, 2016, 08:06:13 PM
recommending for MN hosting (Please note it is not automatic setup so its whenever they are available.

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/aff.php?aff=004 (http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/aff.php?aff=004)

Once activated login with Putty http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html)

Once you are logged in type in

root (press enter)
password (press enter)
nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf (press enter)

Either change the details already supplied in the document or delete all in the screen and then have this copied with your details inserted on a note pad

rpcuser=*****
rpcpassword=*****
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=*****

addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=67.3.92.178
addnode=86.122.138.192
addnode=76.105.204.52
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=173.30.131.78
addnode=68.7.186.217
addnode=188.230.158.70
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=24.254.142.135
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=67.225.110.88
addnode=104.200.151.6

now Press ctrl - x

press Y to confirm save

now type

./darknetd

Should now have a message saying it starting.

All done :)


Title: Re: [ANN] DARKNET [DNET] QRK ALGO - PoW/PoS
Post by: jakiman on March 08, 2016, 08:34:56 PM
Here's the list of current proposals & their vote status for those who don't run a wallet but were curious:

Quote
{
    "EmptyGeneralFund" : {
        "Name" : "EmptyGeneralFund",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14029169#msg14029169",
        "Hash" : "07d79d32962b0337ee7bfc026f2394a4f44d59016d393affd1ac27277f1ab25c",
        "FeeHash" : "b6b0cd881fbbcfe18f595d5ebf87aee37b1464bcc933df4962d2bd8f0b7077cd",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
        "BlockEnd" : 108000,
        "TotalPaymentCount" : 1,
        "RemainingPaymentCount" : 0,
        "PaymentAddress" : "D7SP47ZN3ZGdrVsAvmG2f3CQF6Ca6grdLX",
        "Ratio" : 0.57142857,
        "Yeas" : 12,
        "Nays" : 9,
        "Abstains" : 0,
        "TotalPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "MonthlyPayment" : 10.00000000,
        "IsEstablished" : true,
        "IsValid" : true,
        "IsValidReason" : "",
        "fValid" : true
    },
    "PoSRewardSchedule" : {
        "Name" : "PoSRewardSchedule",
        "URL" : "bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg13778486#msg13778486",
        "Hash" : "112fe2318bc44f64fd343a2f0624a2ce85e296347f2c9d8fc9119f7361131c52",
        "FeeHash" : "8e53042615d4b7048598be9520db38be0d03d13715fa9dd7af638232125f7f1a",
        "BlockStart" : 43200,
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