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Title: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 21, 2016, 01:33:37 PM
New "human minable" coin, Facilecoin (FCN).

Binaries for Windows/Linux available  http://facilecoin.org.
Source: https://github.com/facilecoin/facilecoin-core
Faucet: http://faucet.facilecoin.org/
Exchange: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=FCN_BTC
Explorer: http://104.156.253.111:3001/


Details:
Code based on Bitcoin
Human minable Eco Coin
Algorithm: POW based on mathematical puzzle
Block rewards: 50 FCN per block
Block average time: 20 min (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 12 blocks
Subsidy halving: every 105000 blocks


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: merelcoin on April 21, 2016, 01:35:07 PM
New "human minable" coin, Facilecoin (FCN).

Binaries for Windows/Linux available at facilecoin.org.


Details:
Code based on Bitcoin
Algorithm : mathematical puzzle
Block rewards: 300 FCN per block
Block average time: 2 hours (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 360 blocks (approximative one month)
Subsidy halving: every 17500 blocks

Sounds fun... i'll keep an eye on this one.
Eventough chances are rather big that a mathematical puzzle will also be solvable with a mathematical program instead of by human hands, but we'll see :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: AltcoinSteps on April 21, 2016, 01:37:44 PM
no source?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Sir_Astral on April 21, 2016, 01:39:46 PM
No sync.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: andrepierre on April 21, 2016, 01:42:34 PM
Very professional logo  8)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: mortare on April 21, 2016, 01:45:38 PM
When does the ICO starts?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Rune on April 21, 2016, 01:46:40 PM
I am worried about malware someone run it in a sandbox and let us know.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: 110110101 on April 21, 2016, 02:02:37 PM
For those wondering about viruses, trojans etc:

Windows wallet: https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/14fdd08f467a1c15ae29f46fe6c174ae373c5044947373d4ee384a50811f2e71/analysis/1461246983/
Windows miner: https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/754a9fc1bc38263a805d4e90b3e05b810cff3705cc9420491e89f631c135f1ab/analysis/1461247069/

Linux wallet: https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/a50f60b3ab2b8598c1e06abd603075680cf368545049e4da55c34e3c5fd89a87/analysis/1461247129/
Linux miner: https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/111b565dc111b4f14b6c78e106fc84e639a3549212400d76031a2cc686200212/analysis/1461247204/

Everything looks OK, 100% clean.
Cool concept fcn, I only have a mac so I guess I'll have to pass but the idea seems pretty nice!


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Sir_Astral on April 21, 2016, 02:03:49 PM
Very strange buggy coin.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: bathrobehero on April 21, 2016, 02:05:06 PM
Block average time: 2 hours (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 360 blocks (approximative one month)

But why so long intervals?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Camus on April 21, 2016, 02:15:34 PM
Block average time: 2 hours (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 360 blocks (approximative one month)

But why so long intervals?
Mining will be a difficult job.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: bathrobehero on April 21, 2016, 02:23:06 PM
Block average time: 2 hours (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 360 blocks (approximative one month)

But why so long intervals?
Mining will be a difficult job.

I mean what's the point and who's going to use a coin with 2 hours of block times? Even bitcoin's 10 minutes is annoying.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Camus on April 21, 2016, 02:39:47 PM
Portable facileminer executable for win32.

- Unpack archive
- Create, copy or edit facilecoin.conf configuration file in facilecoin data directory ('explorer %appdata%\Facilecoin' to open it)
- Start facilecoin-qt.exe (-server option) or facilecoind.exe
- Wait wallet or server to synchronize
- Start facile_miner.exe
- Solve the block puzzle.

When i goto step5:
- Start facile_miner.exe

the error comes:

E:\coin\facile_miner_win32\facile_miner_win32>facile_miner.exe
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "E:\coin\facile_miner_win32\facile_miner_win32\facile_miner.py", line 14
 in <module>
  File "E:\coin\facile_miner_win32\facile_miner_win32\protocol_helper.py", line
1, in protocol_helper
  File "c:\python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 94, in <module>
    import httplib
  File "c:\python27\lib\httplib.py", line 71, in <module>
    import re
  File "c:\python27\lib\socket.py", line 68, in <module>
    from _ssl import \
ImportError: cannot import name RAND_egd


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 21, 2016, 02:41:12 PM
mining with my both hands hehe


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: instacalm on April 21, 2016, 02:41:44 PM
You should have built a Mac OS X wallet for launch as well.

Interesting little concept, I'll try it out.


Very professional logo  8)
Indeed 8)


edit: can't mine
edit2: how large is the premine? ;D


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: winspiral on April 21, 2016, 02:44:48 PM
New "human minable" coin, Facilecoin (FCN).

Binaries for Windows/Linux available at facilecoin.org.


Details:
Code based on Bitcoin
Algorithm : mathematical puzzle
Block rewards: 300 FCN per block
Block average time: 2 hours (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 360 blocks (approximative one month)
Subsidy halving: every 17500 blocks

Facile perhaps...
minable certainly...
[French joke]


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: stiffbud on April 21, 2016, 02:48:50 PM
Interesting concept and quite intruiging. I'm gonna try this coin tomorrow first thing when I open my desktop.
Just a suggestion, please make your ANN thread more professional looking and appealing also do you have plans on making a mobile wallet for this one? I'd prefer a mobile wallet so it comes handy.
Goodluck with this project.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Grouffy on April 21, 2016, 02:50:51 PM
Nice project ; following


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: katiecbell on April 21, 2016, 02:53:23 PM
Newbie starting a coin ?? strange


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 21, 2016, 02:56:27 PM
so hard to mine >:( >:( >:(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: STEEMD on April 21, 2016, 03:08:26 PM
ima rent some hands to mine, i think 10 Ghands will do the job  ;D


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: pennino on April 21, 2016, 03:14:50 PM
hi i has this error while i launch facile_miner.exe "Unable to get mining data!is the facilecoind (or wallet) started on local system? Is the wallet started with -server options?"


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: paolo77 on April 21, 2016, 03:15:22 PM
My best and - 8 moves   >:(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: paolo77 on April 21, 2016, 03:16:33 PM
hi i has this error while i launch facile_miner.exe "Unable to get mining data!is the facilecoind (or wallet) started on local system? Is the wallet started with -server options?"

start wallet on console ( cmd ) whit wallet-qt  -server options


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 21, 2016, 03:19:35 PM
we need bot ASAP mining by hand takes forever. Someone solved 1 block?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: chichidori on April 21, 2016, 03:20:54 PM
Their is a coin that is human  minable in the past, now it is getting de-listed  on an exchnage it has a goode run but the devs abandoned it, so if your doing this just make an update time after time. and a new innovation would be great.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: pennino on April 21, 2016, 03:35:53 PM
hi i has this error while i launch facile_miner.exe "Unable to get mining data!is the facilecoind (or wallet) started on local system? Is the wallet started with -server options?"

start wallet on console ( cmd ) whit wallet-qt  -server options

ok now thanks but i dont know what i do to finish.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: barryzand on April 21, 2016, 03:53:19 PM
is this like huntercoin 2.0 or something?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 21, 2016, 04:04:31 PM
is this like huntercoin 2.0 or something?

http://prnt.sc/av2n1w (http://prnt.sc/av2n1w)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 21, 2016, 04:48:01 PM
hi i has this error while i launch facile_miner.exe "Unable to get mining data!is the facilecoind (or wallet) started on local system? Is the wallet started with -server options?"

Same problem, i read i have to start in server mode with CMD, but i never did, so....
Anyone can explain to me how do this? (like i am a 5 years old child)  ::)

Thanks

edit: nevermind, just launch facilecoid.exe and wait, after some time launch the miner and all work


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 21, 2016, 04:58:27 PM
hi i has this error while i launch facile_miner.exe "Unable to get mining data!is the facilecoind (or wallet) started on local system? Is the wallet started with -server options?"

Same problem, i read i have to start in server mode with CMD, but i never did, so....
Anyone can explain to me how do this? (like i am a 5 years old child)  ::)

Thanks

edit: nevermind, just launch facilecoid.exe and wait, after some time launch the miner and all work

Can you solve the puzzle?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Splatters on April 21, 2016, 04:59:53 PM
are you going to copy waves?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: pennino on April 21, 2016, 05:14:47 PM
hi i has this error while i launch facile_miner.exe "Unable to get mining data!is the facilecoind (or wallet) started on local system? Is the wallet started with -server options?"

Same problem, i read i have to start in server mode with CMD, but i never did, so....
Anyone can explain to me how do this? (like i am a 5 years old child)  ::)

Thanks

edit: nevermind, just launch facilecoid.exe and wait, after some time launch the miner and all work

here:
from directory facilecoin open command prompt here and write  facilecoin-qt -server and press enter


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Tekna on April 21, 2016, 05:44:19 PM
So is there no malware? Are you sure? It's a weird and bare presentation after all...


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: barryzand on April 21, 2016, 06:06:50 PM
is this like huntercoin 2.0 or something?

http://prnt.sc/av2n1w (http://prnt.sc/av2n1w)

I see.. So this is like a puzzle solving mining game? Anyone any luck so far?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cisahasa on April 21, 2016, 06:13:53 PM
what is the best way to mine this?

hammer?
pickaxe?
shovel?
pure hands?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 21, 2016, 06:20:52 PM
someone with skills should make a bot like motocoin and that would be awesome  :o


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 21, 2016, 06:52:15 PM
someone with skills should make a bot like motocoin and that would be awesome  :o
It's quite different. The proof-of-work is a mathematical puzzle.
At current network difficulty it's quite easy to solve a block, just try enough times.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 21, 2016, 07:00:17 PM
someone with skills should make a bot like motocoin and that would be awesome  :o
It's quite different. The proof-of-work is a mathematical puzzle.
At current network difficulty it's quite easy to solve a block, just try enough times.

Is possible solve just clicking the AUTO button?
And why sometimes say is unable to perform better, but if i move a block and restart auto, do better than before?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: noobwhosuckatlife on April 21, 2016, 07:07:23 PM
Change the ticker dawg!
FCN - Fantomcoin, you dingle!

ALSO, change the ticker!


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: MisO69 on April 21, 2016, 08:12:07 PM
This is difficult. Think you could shed some light on how the puzzle works? I see green and red changing colors but can't seem to figure out why. Moving blocks around all day isn't my idea of fun. Auto seems to work out to mostly green but then cannot continue.. are all of the puzzles solvable or only some?



Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 21, 2016, 09:23:42 PM
Is possible solve just clicking the AUTO button?
And why sometimes say is unable to perform better, but if i move a block and restart auto, do better than before?

It is possible to solve a block using just "AUTO" and requesting new configurations each time it fails. The algorithm embedded in miner application is heuristic, therefore it may or may not hit 0. A small change in configuration may generate a better point of convergence for heuristic search.
However, for full auto mining, better use 'facilecoin-cli setgenerate true X', where X is the number of instances to start (lower than number of cores on the machine). The algorithm embedded in core application performs a full space search, but it is slower.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Amph on April 22, 2016, 06:35:07 AM
so no source and newbie account? i would not touch this with the best VM out there


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: noobwhosuckatlife on April 22, 2016, 06:50:30 AM
The best result I got is 94%
Couldn't do any better :(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on April 22, 2016, 01:37:49 PM
Maybe good idea but it needs to be improved. Wallets, nodes, miners ( 32 bit doesnīt work ) etc.
 Source code?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 22, 2016, 04:33:17 PM
Anyone solved the game?  :D
I still try auto-complete, but no lucky after many try


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on April 22, 2016, 04:40:20 PM
What is the objective of the puzzle? Dont tell me it is to get everything green. What causes red pieces to go green and green pieces to go red?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 22, 2016, 04:41:36 PM
What is the objective of the puzzle? Dont tell me it is to get everything green. What causes red pieces to go green and green pieces to go red?

http://facilecoin.org/mine_details.html


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: paolo77 on April 22, 2016, 04:41:43 PM
My best and - 7 moves is impossible to complete !!


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: isamamin on April 22, 2016, 05:11:37 PM
what going on here :(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 22, 2016, 06:18:56 PM
Maybe good idea but it needs to be improved. Wallets, nodes, miners ( 32 bit doesnīt work ) etc.
 Source code?
Source code is "maximum priority" to get the coin listed.
The algorithm is as hard as required to get an average of two hours per block. It is possible to soft-fork the chain in the very near future, lowering difficulty, lowering block reward, but also shortening estimated average solving time.

What is the issue with 32 bit version of wallet? The core is compiled with mingw (it helps with dependencies). It maybe compiled with VC targeting x64 if it is worth, but x64 is less portable than x86. Since the concept is minimalist, it is somehow an advantage to deliver win32 precompiled binaries.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on April 22, 2016, 11:16:21 PM
Maybe good idea but it needs to be improved. Wallets, nodes, miners ( 32 bit doesnīt work ) etc.
 Source code?
Source code is "maximum priority" to get the coin listed.
The algorithm is as hard as required to get an average of two hours per block. It is possible to soft-fork the chain in the very near future, lowering difficulty, lowering block reward, but also shortening estimated average solving time.

What is the issue with 32 bit version of wallet? The core is compiled with mingw (it helps with dependencies). It maybe compiled with VC targeting x64 if it is worth, but x64 is less portable than x86. Since the concept is minimalist, it is somehow an advantage to deliver win32 precompiled binaries.


Only runs in win64.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 23, 2016, 02:10:19 PM
working on my 32 bit Win 7  8)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 23, 2016, 02:16:29 PM

Only runs in win64.-

What OS and what error it throws?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 23, 2016, 02:35:01 PM
Any lucky so far?  :o


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on April 23, 2016, 02:51:07 PM

Only runs in win64.-

What OS and what error it throws?

xp x86. app doesīt run ( no valid 32 bit application )


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: bigs21024 on April 23, 2016, 02:54:16 PM
who knows now days anything can happen lol


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 23, 2016, 03:06:03 PM
{
"blocks" : 394,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 328448.00000000,
"errors" : "",
"genproclimit" : -1,
"networkhashps" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false,
"chain" : "main",
"generate" : false,
"hashespersec" : 0
}

394 blocks but anyone report have find some....

After over 300 try to spam AUTO/NEW GAME,i give up.
Is  useless try solve thinking about if arent 100% sure all games can be solved.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: instacalm on April 23, 2016, 03:07:31 PM
How about adding Mac OS X support? Would be nice!


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 23, 2016, 03:57:47 PM
{
"blocks" : 394,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 328448.00000000,
"errors" : "",
"genproclimit" : -1,
"networkhashps" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false,
"chain" : "main",
"generate" : false,
"hashespersec" : 0
}

394 blocks but anyone report have find some....

After over 300 try to spam AUTO/NEW GAME,i give up.
Is  useless try solve thinking about if arent 100% sure all games can be solved.

I can bet that the dev solved all that blocks. He is a creator of the "GAME" and know the technique to solve the block.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 23, 2016, 05:29:44 PM

xp x86. app doesīt run ( no valid 32 bit application )

Ok, I will check. Thanks.

Btw, difficulty decreased from 503 to 502.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ig0tik3d on April 23, 2016, 05:36:07 PM
However, for full auto mining, better use 'facilecoin-cli setgenerate true X', where X is the number of instances to start (lower than number of cores on the machine).
when start 'setgenerate true' wallet crash on windows.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 23, 2016, 06:00:44 PM

when start 'setgenerate true' wallet crash on windows.

What OS version and what message it throws in console? There is an allocation issue (specifically the 'free' part) which hits from time to time when solver runs.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 23, 2016, 07:03:57 PM
Running some propagation tests right now with faucet payment value multiplied 5 times - in case anyone is interested.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on April 23, 2016, 10:19:19 PM
If everyone is as dumb as me with this game I cannot see the chain moving at all. I also ran a powerful 8 CPU x 8core on it with the inbuilt wallet for a while and did not even solve 1 block. Unless the key to the puzzle is posted here the coin is dead. No-one will want to wait for a day to have one or two blocks solved. The key should be similar to the solution for the Rubik cube. It would still not be possible to instamine because the CPU cannot follow that instruction easily and it will have to be applied by a human so I cannot see the harm in posting the key. Also, nowadays, no-one has the time to sit in front of a computer for a few hours/days to try and solve a game.

PS: Windows wallets crash when setgenerate is run. It works on Linux and that is where I ran the 64 cores.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on April 24, 2016, 07:50:23 AM
If everyone is as dumb as me with this game I cannot see the chain moving at all. I also ran a powerful 8 CPU x 8core on it with the inbuilt wallet for a while and did not even solve 1 block. Unless the key to the puzzle is posted here the coin is dead. No-one will want to wait for a day to have one or two blocks solved. The key should be similar to the solution for the Rubik cube. It would still not be possible to instamine because the CPU cannot follow that instruction easily and it will have to be applied by a human so I cannot see the harm in posting the key. Also, nowadays, no-one has the time to sit in front of a computer for a few hours/days to try and solve a game.

PS: Windows wallets crash when setgenerate is run. It works on Linux and that is where I ran the 64 cores.

Well said bro  ;D without the key the game is dead :D


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 24, 2016, 04:52:49 PM
Unless the key to the puzzle is posted here the coin is dead.
There is no key to the puzzle as much as I know. If one would exist, it will severe undermine the entire concept.
However, today it took 12 hours to get from block 401 to 402, probably the block 401 generated some sort of "mathematical black hole" which should be investigated.
Probably an updated version of core binaries will be available tomorrow. I suspect the allocation issue may have something to do with slow solving via daemon.
And anyway, a soft fork (lowering difficulty) is possible if it is required to push it forward.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: maxsinner on April 24, 2016, 05:10:17 PM
This looks like deliberately botched launch. I bet the developer will tidy up the ann as soon as he has mined enough coins.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 24, 2016, 11:19:55 PM
This looks like deliberately botched launch. I bet the developer will tidy up the ann as soon as he has mined enough coins.

Look, it wasn't expected to be smooth, it's not just another "I mix crypto algs and get a new thing" coin. Development started almost one year ago and two previous versions were ditched because they were too easy to be "solved". It is meant to be hard so the humans will get a chance competing with computer. After all, the timestamp used in genesis is "Phys.org March/12/2016 Game over! Computer wins series against Go champion (Update)".


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 24, 2016, 11:23:12 PM
Tryed again before, for the first 40/50 games was 4x4 blocks, then back to 5x5 blocks.
Still no lucky.  ::)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 24, 2016, 11:40:39 PM
Tryed again before, for the first 40/50 games was 4x4 blocks, then back to 5x5 blocks.
Still no lucky.  ::)

I really had no idea that game dropped to 4x4 - 4x4 is utterly solvable.
The base solving probability for 4x4 is something around 1/50 while 5x5 is 1/500 if I recall it correctly.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 24, 2016, 11:54:41 PM
Tryed again before, for the first 40/50 games was 4x4 blocks, then back to 5x5 blocks.
Still no lucky.  ::)

According to the daemon logs, all the twelve 4x4 blocks were grabbed in minutes..


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 25, 2016, 12:00:31 AM
Tryed again before, for the first 40/50 games was 4x4 blocks, then back to 5x5 blocks.
Still no lucky.  ::)

According to the daemon logs, all the twelve 4x4 blocks were grabbed in minutes..

Not from me
http://i.imgur.com/xdD86Ps.png

My best was 2 on this 4x4 games ( i always use AUTO and move some block 2-3 times for see if new auto can do better before skip to next)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on April 25, 2016, 12:09:05 AM

Not from me
http://i.imgur.com/xdD86Ps.png

My best was 2 on this 4x4 games ( i always use AUTO and move some block 2-3 times for see if new auto can do better before skip to next)

I am sorry, best approach is to change game if it seems unsolvable. Previous ditched versions were pretty fragile on this heuristic algorithm, search convergence, swap, search convergence, swap. Best approach is to get a new game as soon as you feel game is stuck.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: merelcoin on April 25, 2016, 09:42:49 AM
@OP: maybe it would be nice to edit your announcement... Where to find the wallet, a link to your website, a logo.. you know, the basics ;)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on April 30, 2016, 08:35:13 AM
It's sad this coin is already pretty dead.
First day i find, remembered me  when i join the altcoins "mining" the huntercoins.
Problem is this topic need someone to make more interesting for the people, and try to make more easy to mining.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cone on April 30, 2016, 01:40:14 PM
i even cant solve 1 game...


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: _Victory_ on April 30, 2016, 01:46:28 PM
Block average time: 2 hours (block maximum size 32 Mb)
Retarget: every 360 blocks (approximative one month)

But why so long intervals?
Mining will be a difficult job.

I mean what's the point and who's going to use a coin with 2 hours of block times? Even bitcoin's 10 minutes is annoying.



For sure 2 hour blocks times are a complete deal breaker


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: nagatraju on April 30, 2016, 01:50:09 PM
Wallet is not sync.  Can any one post working conf file please.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: octavarium on April 30, 2016, 05:43:59 PM
will be pending and not done transactions,,


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: bglshimo on April 30, 2016, 05:48:21 PM
Taking time to solve Mathematical puzzle is ok. But the block interval might not be 2 hours. That is very huge gap. It should stay around 20 minutes or less.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: octavarium on April 30, 2016, 06:03:18 PM
giveaway coin ?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: octavarium on May 02, 2016, 11:02:21 AM
Anyone solved the game?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 02, 2016, 01:36:23 PM
Anyone solved the game?

nobody >:(



Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 02, 2016, 03:35:35 PM
RIP

Spent days trying to solve manually as well as lots of CPU power to solve automatically and did not solve one block. Rather link it to something interesting like minecraft or building a 100 piece puzzle on the screen with a normal picture that makes sense and that is not just abstract images. The guy who can build the puzzle first gets the block.

nice idea man and dev could restart everything with the new game and cut the block time to 1 hour or 30 minutes. Almost anyone can solve the puzzle for 30 minutes  ;D


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 04, 2016, 08:28:25 AM
A new version is almost ready, there are still some details left to be ironed out. There is a certain difficulty to pair the computer and human POW for easy boards.
Please check the website in a day or so for the new version.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 04, 2016, 10:54:10 AM
thanks dev


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 05, 2016, 09:40:27 PM
Almost there.
New version will be available on website Friday at 3PM UTC.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 03:27:28 PM
Ok guys, new version (RC2) is available.
Please do not use old miner, it will solve the blocks, but it will try to add too much to coinbase (300 FCN vs 50 FCN) and your IP will get banned in the network for misbehaving (standard bitcoin design).
Also, remove peers.dat from facilecoin folder.
In case you feel you got banned for misbehaving, stop the miner, stop the wallet or facilecoind, save facilecoin data folder (.facilecoin on linux, or 'explorer %appdata%\Facilecoin' on windows), delete folder, change ip and restart the daemon or wallet - it will recreate the folder. Don't forget to add facilecoin.conf in data folder (for mining)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 03:29:54 PM
wow I can't wait to play  ;D

thanks dev I will try now


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jackg on May 06, 2016, 03:31:10 PM
Sounds interesting.
Wndering if there are maths problems that need solving for the blockchain or just for the distribution of the coins.

It will be a good fun new idea anyway!
Are they on YOBit?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 03:45:46 PM
Now is great solved few bloks.. thanks dev


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 03:47:10 PM
It will be a good fun new idea anyway!
Are they on YOBit?

No, not yet, yobit requires sources and sources are not clean yet (tons of funny comments and far from elegant coding).
However, won't take long to clean them.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on May 06, 2016, 03:57:03 PM
On Windows using setgenerate true from the debug console generates 300 coin blocks and subsequently a ban from the network.  You apparently did not change the built in miner in the QT wallet.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ig0tik3d on May 06, 2016, 04:01:26 PM
with new version when was found block in this time lost connection with network, seems it is bug, now i can't connect to network)) any stable nodes?))


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 04:06:31 PM
On Windows using setgenerate true from the debug console generates 300 coin blocks and subsequently a ban from the network.  You apparently did not change the built in miner in the QT wallet.

The win32 core binary synced badly on content distribution server. Just download it again, clear data folder and mine again.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 04:09:17 PM
On Windows using setgenerate true from the debug console generates 300 coin blocks and subsequently a ban from the network.  You apparently did not change the built in miner in the QT wallet.

I think it is a bug
same problem with network but every block is accepted by network


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 04:13:24 PM
On Windows using setgenerate true from the debug console generates 300 coin blocks and subsequently a ban from the network.  You apparently did not change the built in miner in the QT wallet.

I think it is a bug
same problem with network but every block is accepted by network

Nope, unfortunately you are mining on a forked chain. Download again win32 core binary, clear the data folder and restart mining.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on May 06, 2016, 04:18:57 PM
On Windows using setgenerate true from the debug console generates 300 coin blocks and subsequently a ban from the network.  You apparently did not change the built in miner in the QT wallet.

I think it is a bug
same problem with network but every block is accepted by network

Nope, unfortunately you are mining on a forked chain. Download again win32 core binary, clear the data folder and restart mining.

You mean this one?

https://virustotal.com/en/file/204d754ad946da8dcce6330bc0cbdc39704acbcc9c59ac706722067e22d9cd34/analysis/1462551214/

Win32.Trojan.WisdomEyes.151026.9950.9998

No thanks

Looks like a VIRUS to me


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 04:26:39 PM
On Windows using setgenerate true from the debug console generates 300 coin blocks and subsequently a ban from the network.  You apparently did not change the built in miner in the QT wallet.

I think it is a bug
same problem with network but every block is accepted by network

Nope, unfortunately you are mining on a forked chain. Download again win32 core binary, clear the data folder and restart mining.

You mean this one?

https://virustotal.com/en/file/204d754ad946da8dcce6330bc0cbdc39704acbcc9c59ac706722067e22d9cd34/analysis/1462551214/

Win32.Trojan.WisdomEyes.151026.9950.9998



No thanks

Looks like a VIRUS to me

wait, i'll check. i did not rescanned before resync.
I am lost, the archive seems clean:
https://www.virustotal.com/file/4d315ecbb573d3d5a4f4d96be81990a9aaf0e4552f1a6742c837c8507784bb65/analysis/1462551875/
EDIT: Yes, you are right. I am recompiling it right now. I recompiled the binary on a virtual machine to get rid of old objects and keep a copy for later. Probably there it got it. Then I uploaded it without rescanning..


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 04:43:50 PM
block reward is 300 FCN

and on my laptop is 50 FCN


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 04:47:52 PM
I had to change files because the first version distributed was an older version which was forking the main chain.
The newer version has a detection ratio of 1/56 which mostly like it is a false positive. It's probably a different version in some dependencies which generate false positive.
If you don't like, don't use it.
I am trying to recompile a new version to get rid of the false positive.
In the mean time, whoever knows how to analyze a file for a virus may give it a try and check if it contains anything malvolent.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 04:50:31 PM
block reward is 300 FCN

and on my laptop is 50 FCN

The 300 FCN block reward is the forked chain. Please download again binaries, clear the data folder and restart mining. Don't use the wallet, use instead the facilecoind -daemon if you think there is an issue with the false positive.
I will make a new wallet available asap.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 04:53:19 PM
block reward is 300 FCN

and on my laptop is 50 FCN

The 300 FCN block reward is the forked chain. Please download again binaries, clear the data folder and restart mining. Don't use the wallet, use instead the facilecoind -daemon if you think there is an issue with the false positive.
I will make a new wallet available asap.

ok I will do that


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 06:30:34 PM
Success:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/11114b4cda2c164233885e555eb8b744c8b86e695802c8228b61845de6e8ffaf/analysis/1462558147/

What was happening: whenever adding this two lines:
Code:
if( nHeight >= Params().RC2SoftForkHeight())
nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;
and recompiling Baidu antivirus would report false positive.

I assume there was a similar branch in that trojan (if something >= than 485, then do something).

Tried about 10 times to rewrite it differently, but mingw optimizer would end with same code.

I ended rewriting it this way:
Code:
uint256 u256nHeight = uint256(nHeight);


//if( nHeight >= Params().RC2SoftForkHeight())
if(u256nHeight >= uint256(485))
nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;

If that would not work, I was planning to use some output from a sha256 for the branch..


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 06:34:04 PM
So far I manage to solve 10 blocks  ;D
Guys how are you doing?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 07:06:12 PM
So far I manage to solve 10 blocks  ;D
Guys how are you doing?

This game is just as crappy and unsolvable as the previous one. It just gives IP bans with the new wallet. Pity I missed the instamine portion with 4x4 blocks earlier. It will just get stuck again.

true man
just solved 10 block and that's it...
not a single block


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on May 06, 2016, 07:20:01 PM
Success:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/11114b4cda2c164233885e555eb8b744c8b86e695802c8228b61845de6e8ffaf/analysis/1462558147/

What was happening: whenever adding this two lines:
Code:
if( nHeight >= Params().RC2SoftForkHeight())
nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;
and recompiling Baidu antivirus would report false positive.

I assume there was a similar branch in that trojan (if something >= than 485, then do something).

Tried about 10 times to rewrite it differently, but mingw optimizer would end with same code.

I ended rewriting it this way:
Code:
uint256 u256nHeight = uint256(nHeight);


//if( nHeight >= Params().RC2SoftForkHeight())
if(u256nHeight >= uint256(485))
nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;

If that would not work, I was planning to use some output from a sha256 for the branch..

Why don't you just release the source and let people compile themselves?



Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: samspaces on May 06, 2016, 07:22:17 PM
The linux build doesn't have any option to 'humanly mine'


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 07:24:10 PM
Success:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/11114b4cda2c164233885e555eb8b744c8b86e695802c8228b61845de6e8ffaf/analysis/1462558147/

What was happening: whenever adding this two lines:
Code:
if( nHeight >= Params().RC2SoftForkHeight())
nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;
and recompiling Baidu antivirus would report false positive.

I assume there was a similar branch in that trojan (if something >= than 485, then do something).

Tried about 10 times to rewrite it differently, but mingw optimizer would end with same code.

I ended rewriting it this way:
Code:
uint256 u256nHeight = uint256(nHeight);


//if( nHeight >= Params().RC2SoftForkHeight())
if(u256nHeight >= uint256(485))
nSubsidy = 50 * COIN;

If that would not work, I was planning to use some output from a sha256 for the branch..

Why don't you just release the source and let people compile themselves?



how people compile is there any tutorial to do that?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 09:04:37 PM

Why don't you just release the source and let people compile themselves?



I am also interested in getting the source public, and probably will have it cleaned over the weekend.
I published those two pieces of code, so anyone can pick up a disassembler and compare the two binaries, one with false positive, and the one without. The only difference is the data types which were holding block height in GetBlockValue().


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 09:16:12 PM
Last two blocks of RC1 main chain were mined with the heuristic miner embedded with facile miner (libsolver) on something like 507 difficulty (last before 6x6 boards).
The client miner accepts several parameters:

Code:
-r, --requestnew      request new game if auto fails
 -t RUNTIME, --runtime=RUNTIME
                       auto solver run time
 -m MAXATTEMPTS, --maxattempts=MAXATTEMPTS
                       auto solver max attempts

It maybe required to play a bit with -t and -m, as for example, 2 - 3 seconds for t and 400 for m is almost enough for 4x4.
For 5x5 optimal m should be something between 3000 and 10000. Or m can be very large (20 - 30k) and t can be set to 100 - 200 sec. However, any t larger than 2 -3 sec will freeze the client while auto runs.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 06, 2016, 09:29:13 PM
Last two blocks of RC1 main chain were mined with the heuristic miner embedded with facile miner (libsolver) on something like 507 difficulty (last before 6x6 boards).
The client miner accepts several parameters:

Code:
-r, --requestnew      request new game if auto fails
 -t RUNTIME, --runtime=RUNTIME
                       auto solver run time
 -m MAXATTEMPTS, --maxattempts=MAXATTEMPTS
                       auto solver max attempts

It maybe required to play a bit with -t and -m, as for example, 2 - 3 seconds for t and 400 for m is almost enough for 4x4.
For 5x5 optimal m should be something between 3000 and 10000. Or m can be very large (20 - 30k) and t can be set to 100 - 200 sec. However, any t larger than 2 -3 sec will freeze the client while auto runs.

thanks now is working better  :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 06, 2016, 11:10:10 PM
How many coins in circulation?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 06, 2016, 11:49:56 PM
How many coins in circulation?
Mined already (~block 840), around 160k. Total will be 10.5 million.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 07, 2016, 07:37:06 PM
How many coins in circulation?
Mined already (~block 840), around 160k. Total will be 10.5 million.


The new version seems to be a big improvement. Initially it looked like it was still broken, but things seem to be going along well.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: pennino on May 07, 2016, 10:55:15 PM
hi help me has you some node because i has wallet not sync and last block is 481 4 days ago.Thanks


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 07, 2016, 11:30:36 PM
I have 3 connections with this:


01:29:41

[
{
"id" : 4,
"addr" : "192.254.71.126:8764",
"addrlocal" : "93.37.95.184:55088",
"services" : "0000000000000001",
"lastsend" : 1462663669,
"lastrecv" : 1462663737,
"bytessent" : 821272,
"bytesrecv" : 6450605,
"conntime" : 1462621885,
"pingtime" : 0.29601700,
"version" : 70002,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.10.2/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 1461,
"banscore" : 0,
"synced_headers" : 2061,
"synced_blocks" : 2061,
"inflight" : [
],
"whitelisted" : false
},
{
"id" : 5,
"addr" : "62.75.216.153:8764",
"addrlocal" : "93.37.95.184:55091",
"services" : "0000000000000001",
"lastsend" : 1462663669,
"lastrecv" : 1462663737,
"bytessent" : 634478,
"bytesrecv" : 2288797,
"conntime" : 1462621887,
"pingtime" : 0.19501100,
"version" : 70002,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.10.2/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 1461,
"banscore" : 0,
"synced_headers" : 2061,
"synced_blocks" : 2061,
"inflight" : [
],
"whitelisted" : false
},
{
"id" : 6,
"addr" : "66.118.187.120:8764",
"addrlocal" : "93.37.95.184:55098",
"services" : "0000000000000001",
"lastsend" : 1462663737,
"lastrecv" : 1462663738,
"bytessent" : 584189,
"bytesrecv" : 1441296,
"conntime" : 1462621888,
"pingtime" : 0.29301700,
"version" : 70002,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.10.2/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 1461,
"banscore" : 0,
"synced_headers" : 2061,
"synced_blocks" : 2061,
"inflight" : [
],
"whitelisted" : false
}
]


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ig0tik3d on May 08, 2016, 05:44:08 AM
addnode=62.75.216.153
addnode=66.118.187.120
addnode=103.240.65.240
addnode=54.186.9.248
addnode=199.19.215.50
addnode=192.254.71.126



Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Ayers on May 08, 2016, 06:05:12 AM
exchange for this? where we can trade it, without exchange this coin will be forgotten quickly, dev contact yobit please


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: EpyxZ on May 08, 2016, 06:33:52 AM
Whats the mining like? curious at 1hr int.

-watching


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on May 09, 2016, 03:13:24 AM
Block Explorer:

http://104.156.253.111:3001/ (http://104.156.253.111:3001/)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 09, 2016, 04:08:41 AM
Block Explorer:

http://104.207.158.139:3001/ (http://104.207.158.139:3001/)

Great thanks.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 09, 2016, 05:48:58 AM
I can't find my self in the block explorer  ???

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


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 09, 2016, 06:41:59 AM
I can't find my self in the block explorer  ???

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

This is perfectly normal and as per design.

With POW coins a new address is credited for each new block reward.  You will find your individual block reward addresses in the explorer and if you add up all the 300 and 50 blocks for those individual addresses, you will get to the total of your wallet. This is why there are so many accounts with only 300 or 50 coins in them. Your wallet and the chain knows however that those individual addresses are linked to a private key in your wallet. In order to get yourself on the rich list you need to send the coins currently in your wallet to yourself to your main address or to a 2nd address you create in your wallet. Your wallet will then create a tx to debit all the individual block reward addresses and credit your main address with the total. If you then analyse the explorer, you will find all the individual address to be zero and the total against the main address you sent them to.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 09, 2016, 10:17:08 AM
just found this coin..

trying to mine but do i have to keep clicking new /auto?

or is there a way around that?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 09, 2016, 01:12:05 PM
just found this coin..

trying to mine but do i have to keep clicking new /auto?

or is there a way around that?

With your wallet open, type "setgenerate true" in the console and your CPU will do the guess work. I love coins that is primarily minable by CPU and is a big attraction for this coin.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 09, 2016, 03:43:59 PM
just found this coin..

trying to mine but do i have to keep clicking new /auto?

or is there a way around that?

With your wallet open, type "setgenerate true" in the console and your CPU will do the guess work. I love coins that is primarily minable by CPU and is a big attraction for this coin.

ty that worked
but what's with  the complex thing with mining explanation on the website >_<


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 09, 2016, 03:52:29 PM
just found this coin..

trying to mine but do i have to keep clicking new /auto?

or is there a way around that?

With your wallet open, type "setgenerate true" in the console and your CPU will do the guess work. I love coins that is primarily minable by CPU and is a big attraction for this coin.

ty that worked
but what's with  the complex thing with mining explanation on the website >_<

For those that want to do it manually. There are clever people that can quickly work the puzzle out and they can solve the blocks faster especially if they have slow CPUs.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 09, 2016, 09:08:50 PM
exchange for this? where we can trade it, without exchange this coin will be forgotten quickly, dev contact yobit please

Well, exchanges are part of the equation too - not that I believe that coin will die without an exchange, but enthusiast need to be repaid, I am contacting both yobit and poloniex.
Just wait to see who is going to win 6x6 boards, I bet on nondeterministic solvers.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 10, 2016, 08:20:06 PM
exchange for this? where we can trade it, without exchange this coin will be forgotten quickly, dev contact yobit please

Well, exchanges are part of the equation too - not that I believe that coin will die without an exchange, but enthusiast need to be repaid, I am contacting both yobit and poloniex.
Just wait to see who is going to win 6x6 boards, I bet on nondeterministic solvers.

yonit's admin is MIA for weeks .. i would stay clear of yobit for now


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: EpyxZ on May 11, 2016, 12:33:45 AM
exchange for this? where we can trade it, without exchange this coin will be forgotten quickly, dev contact yobit please

Well, exchanges are part of the equation too - not that I believe that coin will die without an exchange, but enthusiast need to be repaid, I am contacting both yobit and poloniex.
Just wait to see who is going to win 6x6 boards, I bet on nondeterministic solvers.

yonit's admin is MIA for weeks .. i would stay clear of yobit for now

Yobit & c-cex is best choice if you want this coin to actually trade. the smaller exchanges under Yob get hardly any sells/buys.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 11, 2016, 10:58:30 AM

Yobit & c-cex is best choice if you want this coin to actually trade. the smaller exchanges under Yob get hardly any sells/buys.

I already sent paid request to yobit. I am checking now ccex.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: EpyxZ on May 11, 2016, 05:07:29 PM
Just let us know about ccex and well vote. :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: davide72 on May 11, 2016, 06:08:23 PM
why i cant download the wallet from the website?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 12, 2016, 01:29:45 AM
looks like BE is stuck


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 12, 2016, 09:00:36 PM
why i cant download the wallet from the website?

Changed caching rules. It should work now. If not, leave a message please.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 13, 2016, 10:32:51 AM
Just let us know about ccex and well vote. :)

as soon as is possible.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 13, 2016, 10:36:48 AM
Can we know wich paid request you made to yobit? because are almost 14 days we don't see any new coin added, so if was 1 day and they dont add today, something is smelly with that exchange


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 13, 2016, 07:58:29 PM
yobit just added 12 coins.. and this coin not make the cut off  >:(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 14, 2016, 03:15:49 PM
yobit just added 12 coins.. and this coin not make the cut off  >:(

Yep.. I think it won't take long now.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 14, 2016, 03:19:50 PM
so the next working day, Monday.  ;)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 14, 2016, 04:05:37 PM
how come it takes so long for the wallet to load?

maybe next update make the wallet load like other coins?  :P


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 15, 2016, 12:52:17 PM
how come it takes so long for the wallet to load?

maybe next update make the wallet load like other coins?  :P

There is a resource intensive function called each time when a block is verified or a new block is generated. This function is sort of a countermeasure for GPUs or similar potent computing platforms.
I know it is annoying, there will be some solution to bypass it during wallet app loading. It's quite easy to modify the code to bypass it, but I need to perform few more tests before I add this feature.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 15, 2016, 03:41:06 PM
Perhaps FCN has not yet been added to the exchanges because the source code is not available?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 15, 2016, 03:44:48 PM
Perhaps FCN has not yet been added to the exchanges because the source code is not available?

You mean this? https://github.com/facilecoin/facilecoin-core ( link on the official site)
Probably was 3 working days add, so monday.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 15, 2016, 05:19:29 PM
Perhaps FCN has not yet been added to the exchanges because the source code is not available?

You mean this? https://github.com/facilecoin/facilecoin-core ( link on the official site)
Probably was 3 working days add, so monday.

O ok. I did not see the source was published because there was only binaries to start with. So there is no reason why it should not be added.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on May 15, 2016, 08:49:23 PM
You should update the ANN with links to the source code.

Also, I'm consolidating some resources and have moved the Block Explorer to http://104.156.253.111:3001/ (http://104.156.253.111:3001/)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 16, 2016, 01:33:09 AM
why did the supply showing on the block explorer change?  :o


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on May 16, 2016, 01:49:31 AM
why did the supply showing on the block explorer change?  :o

Hmm, just noticed that.  I'll look into it.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 16, 2016, 03:21:53 AM
why did the supply showing on the block explorer change?  :o

Hmm, just noticed that.  I'll look into it.

Ty for fixing it :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: xaker74 on May 16, 2016, 08:21:25 PM
wallet don't sync, 4 active connections to network and nothing not going! 15 mb download and no one block do not yet on wallet, windows x64
i`m a so wanted to play in puzzles  :'(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 17, 2016, 02:01:07 AM
wallet don't sync, 4 active connections to network and nothing not going! 15 mb download and no one block do not yet on wallet, windows x64
i`m a so wanted to play in puzzles  :'(

It's probably syncing but slow, as explained above. Once new blocks downloaded, they are first verified (for a while in current version) then saved on disk (and displayed).


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 17, 2016, 07:49:50 AM
What about the exchange and the payment request? 


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: xaker74 on May 17, 2016, 01:32:56 PM
after sync when turned on wallet activated to be very long? i waiting 10 min and it not ending...   problems wallet, need to improve


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 17, 2016, 08:41:42 PM
No news from yobit? They stop again listing coin? ::)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Enema on May 17, 2016, 11:41:55 PM
"facile_miner.exe is not a valid win32 application"

Please fix.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 18, 2016, 12:28:46 AM
"facile_miner.exe is not a valid win32 application"

Please fix.
problem is your PC not the miner
pause your antivirus protection and try again or
download the file again(antivirus killed him)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 18, 2016, 01:26:02 AM
Yobit just listed other 3 coins, still no FCN  ???


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 18, 2016, 01:29:18 AM
Yobit just listed other 3 coins, still no FCN  ???

Where is dev now?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jeffthebaker on May 18, 2016, 01:39:24 AM
Human mining is an interesting concept. Where are wallet/miner/exchange/etc. etc. links? There isn't anything in the OP outside of coin specifications? Hard to get on board with so little organization or pazazz.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 18, 2016, 01:46:24 AM
Human mining is an interesting concept. Where are wallet/miner/exchange/etc. etc. links? There isn't anything in the OP outside of coin specifications? Hard to get on board with so little organization or pazazz.

All here: facilecoin.org


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jeffthebaker on May 18, 2016, 01:50:30 AM
Human mining is an interesting concept. Where are wallet/miner/exchange/etc. etc. links? There isn't anything in the OP outside of coin specifications? Hard to get on board with so little organization or pazazz.

All here: facilecoin.org

Thank you!!

I can't seem to find any link to an exchange. Does this mean facilecoin is not yet being traded?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 18, 2016, 01:52:18 AM
Human mining is an interesting concept. Where are wallet/miner/exchange/etc. etc. links? There isn't anything in the OP outside of coin specifications? Hard to get on board with so little organization or pazazz.

All here: facilecoin.org

Thank you!!

I can't seem to find any link to an exchange. Does this mean facilecoin is not yet being traded?

From dev


Yobit & c-cex is best choice if you want this coin to actually trade. the smaller exchanges under Yob get hardly any sells/buys.

I already sent paid request to yobit. I am checking now ccex.

So i feel strange they don't add today, is almost a week


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jeffthebaker on May 18, 2016, 01:55:44 AM
Human mining is an interesting concept. Where are wallet/miner/exchange/etc. etc. links? There isn't anything in the OP outside of coin specifications? Hard to get on board with so little organization or pazazz.

All here: facilecoin.org

Thank you!!

I can't seem to find any link to an exchange. Does this mean facilecoin is not yet being traded?

From dev


Yobit & c-cex is best choice if you want this coin to actually trade. the smaller exchanges under Yob get hardly any sells/buys.

I already sent paid request to yobit. I am checking now ccex.

So i feel strange they don't add today, is almost a week

That is strange, yobit is normally pretty quick with getting coins put up on the exchanges, especially since the dev put in a paid request. That's not necessarily a bad thing, the more time to mine before new exposure from exchange listings, the better.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on May 18, 2016, 04:05:21 AM
stopped mining this coin.. cant work with idiots who has to keep 22% of the supply in 1 addy lol

no one will buy this coin with distro looking like that :(


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 18, 2016, 11:07:35 PM
Coin up for voting on ccex:
https://c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=fcn

Yobit added 23 coins since I submitted FCN (13 last Friday and 10 yesterday), I got told admin has a two weeks queue to solve before FCN.

The coin is also submitted to several other smaller exchanges. As soon as I get updates I will post them.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 18, 2016, 11:15:13 PM
Coin up for voting on ccex:
https://c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=fcn

Yobit added 23 coins since I submitted FCN (13 last Friday and 10 yesterday), I got told admin has a two weeks queue to solve before FCN.

The coin is also submitted to several other smaller exchanges. As soon as I get updates I will post them.

Well, they listed Ponzicoin 1 day after the launch, and UAEC 1 hour after the launch yesterday.
So im pretty sure the queque don't exist more.  :o


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 18, 2016, 11:21:08 PM
Coin up for voting on ccex:
https://c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=fcn

Yobit added 23 coins since I submitted FCN (13 last Friday and 10 yesterday), I got told admin has a two weeks queue to solve before FCN.

The coin is also submitted to several other smaller exchanges. As soon as I get updates I will post them.

Well, they listed Ponzicoin 1 day after the launch, and UAEC 1 hour after the launch yesterday.
So im pretty sure the queque don't exist more.  :o

True  ;D I think someone is a liar here :-\


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: ene1980 on May 18, 2016, 11:41:25 PM
Coin up for voting on ccex:
https://c-cex.com/?id=vote&coin=fcn

Yobit added 23 coins since I submitted FCN (13 last Friday and 10 yesterday), I got told admin has a two weeks queue to solve before FCN.

The coin is also submitted to several other smaller exchanges. As soon as I get updates I will post them.

Well, they listed Ponzicoin 1 day after the launch, and UAEC 1 hour after the launch yesterday.
So im pretty sure the queque don't exist more.  :o

True  ;D I think someone is a liar here :-\

I wasn't mean that against DEV, i like this coin from first day, to me look more suspect yobit after what happened past days, and because i sent a ticket 20 days ago and still wait answer from them  :D


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Enema on May 19, 2016, 12:41:15 AM
"facile_miner.exe is not a valid win32 application"

Please fix.
problem is your PC not the miner
pause your antivirus protection and try again or
download the file again(antivirus killed him)
No its a compile problem, I run winXP and have NO active virus scanners running.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 20, 2016, 01:14:43 AM

I wasn't mean that against DEV, i like this coin from first day, to me look more suspect yobit after what happened past days, and because i sent a ticket 20 days ago and still wait answer from them  :D

Asked Blacksmith today, he told me they ran into "compilation issues".
I am trying to find how to fix this.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 20, 2016, 01:23:37 AM

No its a compile problem, I run winXP and have NO active virus scanners running.

Enema, I am not sure I can fix a XP version which will work 100% on all XP versions. Most likely at least one of the tools required to compile will fail on XP since developers gave up backward compatibility years ago.
I may try, but honestly, right now I am busy with exchanges and some fixes in code.

Btw, is your XP updated to latest SP?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 20, 2016, 01:30:45 AM

No its a compile problem, I run winXP and have NO active virus scanners running.

Enema, I am not sure I can fix a XP version which will work 100% on all XP versions. Most likely at least one of the tools required to compile will fail on XP since developers gave up backward compatibility years ago.
I may try, but honestly, right now I am busy with exchanges and some fixes in code.

Btw, is your XP updated to latest SP?

It is not worth it to go back into XP. XP is seriously insecure and it is highly advisable to upgrade from XP to Win10 and to install an Interernet Protection suite, especially if you have wallets on the PC. Just move on and draw the line.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: 6436346346 on May 21, 2016, 08:19:26 AM
cant get this to sync

2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader() : proof of work failed
2016-05-21 08:18:51 Misbehaving: 66.118.187.120:8764 (0 -> 50)
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: invalid header received
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ProcessMessage(headers, 16578003 bytes) FAILED peer=2
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader() : proof of work failed
2016-05-21 08:18:51 Misbehaving: 192.254.71.126:8764 (0 -> 50)
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: invalid header received
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ProcessMessage(headers, 16578003 bytes) FAILED peer=3
2016-05-21 08:18:57 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader() : proof of work failed
2016-05-21 08:18:57 Misbehaving: 199.19.215.50:8764 (0 -> 50)
2016-05-21 08:18:57 ERROR: invalid header received
2016-05-21 08:18:57 ProcessMessage(headers, 16578003 bytes) FAILED peer=4


Any ideas?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 21, 2016, 08:10:40 PM
cant get this to sync

2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader() : proof of work failed
2016-05-21 08:18:51 Misbehaving: 66.118.187.120:8764 (0 -> 50)
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: invalid header received
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ProcessMessage(headers, 16578003 bytes) FAILED peer=2
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader() : proof of work failed
2016-05-21 08:18:51 Misbehaving: 192.254.71.126:8764 (0 -> 50)
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ERROR: invalid header received
2016-05-21 08:18:51 ProcessMessage(headers, 16578003 bytes) FAILED peer=3
2016-05-21 08:18:57 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader() : proof of work failed
2016-05-21 08:18:57 Misbehaving: 199.19.215.50:8764 (0 -> 50)
2016-05-21 08:18:57 ERROR: invalid header received
2016-05-21 08:18:57 ProcessMessage(headers, 16578003 bytes) FAILED peer=4


Any ideas?


Hi,
You downloaded or compiled binaries?
Also, try to delete blocks and chainstate folders from Facilecoin data directory.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 21, 2016, 08:16:26 PM
It's confirmed, there is an issue with crossplatform compiling the core, both yobit and cryptopia ran into issues compiling their own version.
I am fixing the code right now.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: 6436346346 on May 22, 2016, 02:12:05 AM
FCN now live on Cryptopia  :)

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=FCN_BTC


Welcome to the family :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 22, 2016, 04:17:42 AM
FCN now live on Cryptopia  :)

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=FCN_BTC


Welcome to the family :)

OMG guys, thank you very much!


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 23, 2016, 01:51:07 AM
What about the yobit payment request? 


Lucky who can sell a single coin in Cryptopia.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: xaker74 on May 23, 2016, 01:01:05 PM
any update wallet to have? he's just impossibly slow sync, time it money  ;)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: zdeni82 on May 23, 2016, 05:39:20 PM
Price is high on Cryptopia ::)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: coinsocieties on May 25, 2016, 02:37:01 PM
Price is high on Cryptopia ::)

There is no buy support for this coin. Except the human mineable concept, the coin has nothing to innovate. This may make the investors to stay away.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 25, 2016, 03:32:22 PM
New core binaries available (fast loading implemented).
Latest source available on github.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 25, 2016, 04:08:39 PM
New core binaries available (fast loading implemented).
Latest source available on github.

Loading block index, slow, no changes. This coin needs bountys, promotions, etc.

 Did you sent a payment request to Yobit?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 25, 2016, 06:46:54 PM

Loading block index, slow, no changes. This coin needs bountys, promotions, etc.

 Did you sent a payment request to Yobit?

Are you sure it is behaving the same? It may start slow if local chain is empty, but it should speed up starting with block 280.
Yes, it was a paid request. As I told you, yobit dev told me they ran into compilation issues. I asked in public chat and I got answered in public chat, so, if records exist they can be checked. I re-requested, but they only added SPAM coin since then. Lately they ran into "overload" issues so I guess they will delay a bit more until they add more servers to their operation.
Cryptopia admin also got some issues, but he has kind enough to try several times until he nailed it.
As about promotion, I have some aces under the sleeve, I am trying to compile some sort of announcement and publish it few days.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 25, 2016, 08:00:25 PM
The wallet starts a little faster, not too much. Anyway I could not get a block in a week. You plan to add POS? Perhaps a faucet or distribute coins in Cryptopia help increase the volume.
I do not have much time these days to offer collaboration.

Regards.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 26, 2016, 07:31:10 PM
You plan to add POS?
Regards.-

Yes, but a different scheme. There is a faucet at http://faucet.facilecoin.org/.


Title: RFC
Post by: fcn on May 30, 2016, 02:24:27 PM
Guys, what do you think about this, I am open for comments:

Quote
MINING ON MOBILE PLATFORMS


A new human mining application is designed for mobile platforms (Android is first targeted platform).

The application is based on Facileminer, but it is redesigned (without changing current POW algorithm) as a game for mobile platforms, with different and more appealing interface, with simpler rules, faster gratification, more dynamism, etc. The target is a mobile game able to "pay for real" successful players. The game can be further redesigned after initial deployment, with different look, different rules, while still being able to generate POWs.

The mobile application isn't designed to run as a full node/wallet on Android, instead it will connect to a gateway service hosted by volunteer operators.

The gateway manages most of the coin chain operations while the mobile application only acts as POW solver and holds a cryptographic secret (for player payment wallet, ID, global authorization, etc), the same a regular cryptocoin mining pool works.

The gateway also manages the mobile game token system for its player base, as for example, small number of free game tokens distributed to new players or distributed daily, or bought by players for faster advancement/higher reward/time slots, etc.

The gateway also manages conversion from game tokens to FCN and then to other cryptocoins.

Gateways are rewarded a portion of the positive balance they generate.

In order to avoid misbehaving, somehow similar with implementation in other cryptocoins, gateways have to deposit and hold as collateral a quantity of FCN proportional with its projected player base.

Most of the running parameters of a gateway are free to be set by the gateway owner, between predefined bounds.

The gateways management (as adding, removing, side payments, disputes) is done trough a centralized service operated by the game publisher. The game publisher also manages those platform operations which cannot be delegated to gateways.

Since it is expected that weight of the mining will move on mobile platforms / mobile gateways, combined with expected difficulty increase, mining trough mobile gateways will generate a "POS like" new coin generation scheme without the requirement of actually implementing POS in core.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 30, 2016, 07:30:58 PM
Anyway I could not get a block in a week.

I forgot to ask, are you talking about mining or downloading new blocks?


Title: Re: RFC
Post by: jc12345 on May 30, 2016, 07:42:35 PM
Guys, what do you think about this, I am open for comments:

Quote
MINING ON MOBILE PLATFORMS


A new human mining application is designed for mobile platforms (Android is first targeted platform).

The application is based on Facileminer, but it is redesigned (without changing current POW algorithm) as a game for mobile platforms, with different and more appealing interface, with simpler rules, faster gratification, more dynamism, etc. The target is a mobile game able to "pay for real" successful players. The game can be further redesigned after initial deployment, with different look, different rules, while still being able to generate POWs.

The mobile application isn't designed to run as a full node/wallet on Android, instead it will connect to a gateway service hosted by volunteer operators.

The gateway manages most of the coin chain operations while the mobile application only acts as POW solver and holds a cryptographic secret (for player payment wallet, ID, global authorization, etc), the same a regular cryptocoin mining pool works.

The gateway also manages the mobile game token system for its player base, as for example, small number of free game tokens distributed to new players or distributed daily, or bought by players for faster advancement/higher reward/time slots, etc.

The gateway also manages conversion from game tokens to FCN and then to other cryptocoins.

Gateways are rewarded a portion of the positive balance they generate.

In order to avoid misbehaving, somehow similar with implementation in other cryptocoins, gateways have to deposit and hold as collateral a quantity of FCN proportional with its projected player base.

Most of the running parameters of a gateway are free to be set by the gateway owner, between predefined bounds.

The gateways management (as adding, removing, side payments, disputes) is done trough a centralized service operated by the game publisher. The game publisher also manages those platform operations which cannot be delegated to gateways.

Since it is expected that weight of the mining will move on mobile platforms / mobile gateways, combined with expected difficulty increase, mining trough mobile gateways will generate a "POS like" new coin generation scheme without the requirement of actually implementing POS in core.

Personally I think you are onto something great. Mobile gaming is a big market and in-game coins and tokens is the way to go.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 31, 2016, 12:38:03 AM
Just had a chat with Blacksmith (YoBit dev):
Quote
BlackSmith LX: facilecoin, as src/config/facilecoin-config.h.in: No such file or directory

facilecoin L1: oh, it was fixed in last version

facilecoin L1: github removed that directory

facilecoin L1: it just needs to be created or download latest version

facilecoin L1: its github issue

BlackSmith LX: facilecoin, ok, will recheck it tomorrow

facilecoin L1: maaaaan

facilecoin L1: tyvm!!!111 :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 31, 2016, 04:09:18 AM
Anyway I could not get a block in a week.

I forgot to ask, are you talking about mining or downloading new blocks?

About mining, a few blocks and then nothing for days. When i restart the wallet same story. 
( setgenerate true ) Cpu.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: str4wm4n on May 31, 2016, 04:21:21 AM
Interesting!!!!! is this the first human minable coin?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 31, 2016, 04:28:00 AM
Interesting!!!!! is this the first human minable coin?

No, there are others like Motocoin, Huntercoin and Belacoin. This could be a good one.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on May 31, 2016, 04:45:56 AM
Interesting!!!!! is this the first human minable coin?

No, there are others like Motocoin, Huntercoin and Belacoin. This could be a good one.-

Initially I was sceptical, but I like this one, especially since it seems fcn can code which is a rare trait in alts. He might just be able to pull off the mobile game which would make it really big.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on May 31, 2016, 11:18:43 AM

About mining, a few blocks and then nothing for days. When i restart the wallet same story. 
( setgenerate true ) Cpu.-

Can you check debug.log file in Facilecoin data directory. See if you get stale blocks. That would explain.  If your computer has more than 4 cores, you can increase the number of cores miner uses, ex. set generate 3 to mine on 3 cores.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on May 31, 2016, 07:25:05 PM

About mining, a few blocks and then nothing for days. When i restart the wallet same story. 
( setgenerate true ) Cpu.-

Can you check debug.log file in Facilecoin data directory. See if you get stale blocks. That would explain.  If your computer has more than 4 cores, you can increase the number of cores miner uses, ex. set generate 3 to mine on 3 cores.

Ok, i will check that, thanks for your help.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on June 05, 2016, 08:49:33 PM
FCN needs a real exchange, otherwise it will die.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: idolacchacked on June 08, 2016, 03:35:09 AM
coin looks dead...oh well moving on


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: sanbashiyi on June 08, 2016, 04:10:07 AM
coin looks dead...oh well moving on

Obviously this coin author has not go to the tube, the OP is too simple


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on June 08, 2016, 04:52:31 AM
coin looks dead...oh well moving on

Obviously this coin author has not go to the tube, the OP is too simple


Yes this thread is pretty much dead but fancy graphics and logo's have nothing to do with the tech behind a coin.  How the hell does some fancy graphics make a coingen or cut and paste clone coin anything different than 500 others that are already abandoned and worthless?   


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: lucky80 on June 08, 2016, 04:37:47 PM
coin looks dead...oh well moving on

ok what next..... ;D


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on June 08, 2016, 07:14:01 PM
I would not be so hasty with writing this off. I would give the dev a while still.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on June 08, 2016, 10:06:37 PM
I would not be so hasty with writing this off. I would give the dev a while still.

I agree.  There were commits to the github repository within the last couple of weeks.  There has been significant changes made to the bitcoin codebase.  More than just a copy paste and create a new genesis block like 99% of the crap coming out on a daily basis that people jump all over because of some recycled graphics and a fancy logo.  Everytime I see a post about "Sweet graphics" or "I like the logo" I want to cringe.       


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on June 08, 2016, 10:10:51 PM
I would not be so hasty with writing this off. I would give the dev a while still.

I agree.  There were commits to the github repository within the last couple of weeks.  There has been significant changes made to the bitcoin codebase.  More than just a copy paste and create a new genesis block like 99% of the crap coming out on a daily basis that people jump all over because of some recycled graphics and a fancy logo.  Everytime I see a post about "Sweet graphics" or "I like the logo" I want to cringe.      

I am going to stick with my gut on this one.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on June 08, 2016, 10:18:16 PM
I would not be so hasty with writing this off. I would give the dev a while still.

I agree.  There were commits to the github repository within the last couple of weeks.  There has been significant changes made to the bitcoin codebase.  More than just a copy paste and create a new genesis block like 99% of the crap coming out on a daily basis that people jump all over because of some recycled graphics and a fancy logo.  Everytime I see a post about "Sweet graphics" or "I like the logo" I want to cringe.      

I am going to stick with my gut on this one.

People were slamming Bitmonero now Monero in the beginning because it was all command line, had a sparse ANN without any graphics, and wasn't hyped by a bunch of shills.  Only a few of us were mining it for well over a week before anyone gave it a second glance.  It was new tech and that's what interested me.  It payed off.  I'm not saying that will be the case here but there's more future potential than the latest x11 clone, masternodes, pos, ICO scam garbage, etc...


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on June 08, 2016, 10:25:37 PM
I would not be so hasty with writing this off. I would give the dev a while still.

I agree.  There were commits to the github repository within the last couple of weeks.  There has been significant changes made to the bitcoin codebase.  More than just a copy paste and create a new genesis block like 99% of the crap coming out on a daily basis that people jump all over because of some recycled graphics and a fancy logo.  Everytime I see a post about "Sweet graphics" or "I like the logo" I want to cringe.      

I am going to stick with my gut on this one.

People were slamming Bitmonero now Monero in the beginning because it was all command line, had a sparse ANN without any graphics, and wasn't hyped by a bunch of shills.  Only a few of us were mining it for well over a week before anyone gave it a second glance.  It was new tech and that's what interested me.  It payed off.  I'm not saying that will be the case here but there's more future potential than the latest x11 clone, masternodes, pos, ICO scam garbage, etc...

True.  Sometimes the rough diamonds are the ones without the fancy bling.  I like the devs plans, the million dollar question (like every other coin) is if he has the skills to land it. If he can land it it will be big, if he bails it will be dead in the water.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on June 09, 2016, 12:50:42 PM
Itīs simple. No exchange - no coin.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on June 20, 2016, 08:14:55 PM
Itīs simple. No exchange - no coin.-
Guys, I did discover some mathematical cumbersome issue while working to translate algorithm for mobile app.
It maybe be required to issue a new Release Candidate (RC3) which will harden the mining process.
I am quite adept of math around gaming but it's a branch of math not well explored which changes every year.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on June 20, 2016, 08:33:08 PM
Guys, I noticed last week that the block explorer server is not working anymore. Is it possible to get the code passed to me, I have the generic code saved, but it's not worth to start from zero, I will just diff the code and host it on a some_x.facilecoin.org if your are so kind.
I will add any banner the original code owner wants (if it is legal, so no bets or p0rn) to the server. :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on June 20, 2016, 08:41:36 PM
As about yobit, I have no answer, I paid in April, I got promised, after I told you I got a weird support message to restart my "add coin" process, I discovered to late it was a dumb support answer by their omnipresent chat mod "domeniqihrzog" something.. at this point I have serious doubts they mean business..


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Neptunium on June 20, 2016, 08:43:32 PM
Sync is pretty slow for me, but really cool idea. How much total coins are there?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on June 20, 2016, 08:53:42 PM
Sync is pretty slow for me, but really cool idea. How much total coins are there?

Around 1.9 mil, but I assume new coins will be generated slower soon.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on June 20, 2016, 09:21:25 PM
Guys, I noticed last week that the block explorer server is not working anymore. Is it possible to get the code passed to me, I have the generic code saved, but it's not worth to start from zero, I will just diff the code and host it on a some_x.facilecoin.org if your are so kind.
I will add any banner the original code owner wants (if it is legal, so no bets or p0rn) to the server. :)

It might have been hosted on shojayxt site so you could ask him.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on June 20, 2016, 09:33:49 PM

It might have been hosted on shojayxt site so you could ask him.

TY Sir, sent PM. :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Neptunium on June 21, 2016, 12:16:11 AM
I was getting this error until I uninstalled Python:

http://i.imgur.com/fynXP9a.png

Also why does the wallet take 30minutes to start while "Loading block index..."?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on June 21, 2016, 01:25:00 AM
I was getting this error until I uninstalled Python:

http://i.imgur.com/fynXP9a.png

Also why does the wallet take 30minutes to start while "Loading block index..."?

Each block has to pass a bottle-neck computing "knot" placed there as a countermeasure for GPU mining. From time to time the binaries are updated to speed this process, however, I would remind you it is much shorter than syncing bitcoin (ofc, is only a technical comparison,  FCN is far away behind BTC in value.. )
As about the python issue, yeah, human mining client is wrote in python and there is an issue with nuitka (the python compiler employed - a great piece of software actually) which will clash with some python distributions, an issue I could not solve so far.

POST EDIT: I now recall - your particular issue has little relation with your python distribution, it is rather connected with the openssl distribution you have installed, your python distribution only wrapped it.

POST SCRIPTUM: BTW, the RNG coming with each OS, framework, compiler tool-set is so trustable that each one attempting to use it have to rely on a hash algorithm in the end to get some sort of a safety level, as bitcoin guys did, as I also did when coding heuristic algorithms for FCN - it was quite weird to see algorithm branching on same 3 - 4 integers when trying to get a random branch, despite seeding RNG with every possible combination of random seeds.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on June 22, 2016, 12:39:42 PM

It might have been hosted on shojayxt site so you could ask him.

TY Sir, sent PM. :)

Here you go.  I was setting something up and had issues with the other server that I couldn't resolve.  I setup a block explorer here:

http://45.32.231.128:3001/ (http://45.32.231.128:3001/)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on June 22, 2016, 01:22:18 PM

It might have been hosted on shojayxt site so you could ask him.

TY Sir, sent PM. :)

Here you go.  I was setting something up and had issues with the other server that I couldn't resolve.  I setup a block explorer here:

http://45.32.231.128:3001/ (http://45.32.231.128:3001/)

Great thanks.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: lobat999 on June 22, 2016, 01:43:36 PM
Great. I really love to try this one...It gives a level playing field on crypto enthusiast who have no good mining equipment.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on June 24, 2016, 04:49:36 PM
Great. I really love to try this one...It gives a level playing field on crypto enthusiast who have no good mining equipment.

So far it appears to be a true CPU only coin.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: fcn on July 01, 2016, 05:00:01 PM
I have delayed everything I have planned for last week, unfortunately I wasnt able to make room in my schedule.
I will parse the the list this weekend. :D
Thank You for the new block explorer, btw!

So far it appears to be a true CPU only coin.

CPU, and human brain (anyway, nondeterministic solvers)..


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on July 01, 2016, 05:48:11 PM
I have delayed everything I have planned for last week, unfortunately I wasnt able to make room in my schedule.
I will parse the the list this weekend. :D
Thank You for the new block explorer, btw!

So far it appears to be a true CPU only coin.

CPU, and human brain (anyway, nondeterministic solvers)..

I love the concept, especially if you can really push the mobile side.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: shojayxt on July 02, 2016, 03:28:22 AM
I have delayed everything I have planned for last week, unfortunately I wasnt able to make room in my schedule.
I will parse the the list this weekend. :D
Thank You for the new block explorer, btw!

So far it appears to be a true CPU only coin.

CPU, and human brain (anyway, nondeterministic solvers)..

I'll leave it to the CPU.  My brain while well functioning in some areas doesn't seem to work well enough to solve these puzzles on it's own.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: bozton on July 02, 2016, 04:00:12 PM
how to mine the coin cost-efficient


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on August 22, 2016, 09:47:21 PM
Hello ?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on August 22, 2016, 10:04:42 PM
I would also like to know if fcn is still around. I like interesting coins and fcn had some great ideas for this one.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: cointron on August 22, 2016, 10:17:21 PM
I would also like to know if fcn is still around. I like interesting coins and fcn had some great ideas for this one.

Itīs working fine.-


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on August 22, 2016, 10:22:29 PM
I would also like to know if fcn is still around. I like interesting coins and fcn had some great ideas for this one.

Itīs working fine.-

Yes FCN (coin) is working fine, but that does not help much if fcn (dev) is not around to direct the coin.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: crypto-trade.net on September 09, 2016, 06:36:10 AM
We added your cryptocurrency.
With respect, the development team of Crypto-trade.
Crypto-Trade – Official Announcement https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: str4wm4n on November 06, 2016, 02:18:28 AM
I still think this is a really interesting concept.

A shame its a dead coin.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: Daffadile on November 06, 2016, 02:22:51 AM
How do you human mine this coin anyway ?

I still think this is a really interesting concept.

A shame its a dead coin.

Would have liked to have learnt about it too. We need some human minable coins around.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: str4wm4n on November 06, 2016, 02:34:28 AM
How do you human mine this coin anyway ?

I still think this is a really interesting concept.

A shame its a dead coin.

Would have liked to have learnt about it too. We need some human minable coins around.

I'm trying to sync the blockchain now.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: EpyxZ on November 30, 2016, 03:52:21 PM
Wish this coin hadn't died. was a good concept. there any working nodes still? If so can anyone post them please.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on November 30, 2016, 06:25:23 PM
Wish this coin hadn't died. was a good concept. there any working nodes still? If so can anyone post them please.

The chain is kept alive for when the dev decides to take his head out of his ass and implement his cool mobile idea.

Here are some nodes:

66.118.187.120
192.254.71.126
45.63.41.16
62.75.216.153
173.199.117.37

Getblockhash 91856 b2e2f8f80c87a38c2519b3be4adfb4038ea753f7d1adefbfef2db4cb7f4eb8af


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: EpyxZ on November 30, 2016, 06:29:45 PM
Wish this coin hadn't died. was a good concept. there any working nodes still? If so can anyone post them please.
The chain is kept alive for when the dev decides to take his head out of his ass and implement his cool mobile idea.
Here are some nodes:
66.118.187.120
192.254.71.126
45.63.41.16
62.75.216.153
173.199.117.37
Getblockhash 91856 b2e2f8f80c87a38c2519b3be4adfb4038ea753f7d1adefbfef2db4cb7f4eb8af

Thank you jc12345, hopefully he comes back and gets to work. :)


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on January 11, 2017, 01:51:41 PM
Some trivial information is that this coin's reward has halved from 50 to 25.


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: str4wm4n on April 04, 2017, 05:09:28 PM
Is this thing still around?


Title: Re: Human minable coin
Post by: jc12345 on April 04, 2017, 06:03:07 PM
Is this thing still around?

The chain is working but the dev is gone for almost a year. So that means it is dead. There is a bot though on cryptopia but I dont know who would put a bot on an abandoned coin of which the chain is working.