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Title: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 21, 2014, 02:25:35 PM

Claim! (http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=413)



Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin

Equitable distribution | Simplified online accounts | Send ozziecoins via email | Introducing the Blockchain to Australians





Website: ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)

Launch date: ANZAC Day 12:00 EST 25 April 2014 - postponed to 8 PM EST 27 April 2014. Claims are now open: Claims (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php)

Introduction:
Bitcoin and altcoins are becoming more complex due to technological improvements. We've taken the deliberate step of making ozziecoins more accessible to the general public by introducing key features such as: equitable widespread distribution, simple online ozziecoin accounts, a mobile web app and sending ozziecoins via email. We believe it's critical that more Australians use Blockchain technology and realise the technology's potential to decentralise almost anything.

We've built an ozziecoin distribution zone to distribute ozziecoins widely and in an equitable manner. Registration on the site will be available at launch.

For those interested in the technical side of the protocol, the usual tools and functions remain available. Ozziecoin has been developed with important important safeguards in place including ASIC resistance, a cool hashing algorithm, time warp limitation, fast block difficulty retargeting and automatic checkpointing.

Ozziecoins are for micro transactions and research.  We leave the investment side to the more well established currencies such as bitcoin and Australian dollars. Our primary objective is to get Blockchain technology out into the wider Australian community. We would prefer if people did not speculate on ozziecoins.

We had a lot of help from Hiro, the developer of Hirocoin. He is a genius with the protocol.  We also would like to mention the developers of darkcoin and auroracoin because we've learnt many lessons from their experiences (though we have not had direct contact with them).  And of course we need to thank Satoshi Nakamoto for inventing the Blockchain, a truly remarkable piece of technology.

Key features:
  • Very widespread distribution to Australian residents: 500 ozziecoins per person
  • Valid Australian mobile required per claim
  • Nominal registration fee per claim
  • Intended for micro-transactions and research
  • Objective: to introduce blockchain technology to the wider Australian public
  • Simplified ozziecoin online accounts via the ozziecoin panel
  • Send ozziecoins to email addresses!
  • Send ozziecoins to facebook friends!
  • Basic Android web app for mobile phones
  • iPhones, we'll provide a link soon.
  • Structured distribution to manage volatility

Specifications:
  • Coin symbol: OZC
  • X11 hashing algorithm (lower power consumption and cooler GPUs)
  • Block time: 2.5 minutes
  • 625 ozziecoins per block
  • 23 Billion ozziecoins over 88 years
  • 11.5 Billion ozziecoins pre-allocated for distribution to Australian residents
  • Notional maximum of 1,000 ozziecoins per Australian resident
  • Addresses of pre-allocated ozziecoins to be published
  • Total claims to be independently verified
  • Min transaction fee: 0.0001 OZC
  • Difficulty retarget: DGW2
  • Automatic checkpointing
  • Client port: 39042, RPC port: 39052

Downloads:
  • Android Web App: download from Google Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wOzziecoin)
  • iPhone instructions: http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1281 (http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1281)
  • Windows wallet: download from http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/ozziecoin-setup-0.9.1.4.exe
  • Linux wallet: https://github.com/ozziecoin/ozziecoin
  • Mac wallet: http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/Ozziecoin-Mac.dmg
  • CPU miner windows: download from CPU (AVX AEX) or CPU (http://ozziecoin.com/index.php/resources)
  • GPU miner linux: compile from: https://github.com/prettyhatemachine/sph-sgminer
  • GPU miner windows: https://mega.co.nz/#!2JYXHDpD!OOiFOdsh5rnvk1zhz5niXENNzbgnw1UXwmFcicBzevI (https://mega.co.nz/#!2JYXHDpD!OOiFOdsh5rnvk1zhz5niXENNzbgnw1UXwmFcicBzevI)

Forums:
http://ozziecoin.com/?post_type=forum

Articles:
http://bitscan.com/articles/exclusive-the-new-digital-coin-sent-via-email

Pools:
http://ozziecoin.com/?topic=mining-pools

Explorer:
http://explorer.ozziecoin.com/chain/Ozziecoin (http://explorer.ozziecoin.com/chain/Ozziecoin)

Pre-allocated coin addresses
oV5ctFnNZw8JZc6Xw8MSPVAbY8j4sghJR1
oJuEvpBVnweWSRoHeRMzy1S8conadX6iUH
oZF28qd4LpZtfQhDwyN6NzmahrKQfZ8P7W
oaH4nKihobaBRFwnxLaJMBVv3T2QfmfegN
ofeoUq1zJ9y3yLC7ouSEGiLTEfXqmiqctN
oPo45cBNivyRyxurRDntKzrS1srSWyD8M1

Exchanges:
https://yobit.net/en/trade/OZC/BTC
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ozziecoin/

Note: Non helpful comments will be deleted so users don't have to read through pages of trolling. Useful inputs even if negative will be preserved. This is a thread for people who want to see Ozziecoin and Blockchain technology become widespread in the Australian community.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 21, 2014, 03:09:53 PM
seems to be a trend to have 2 national coins competing ...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 21, 2014, 03:55:11 PM
seems to be a trend to have 2 national coins competing ...
We welcome competition.   :)  The more Ozzies using blockchain technology the better it is. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: lihaidong198871 on April 21, 2014, 04:21:48 PM
 :o so many  country coin~~


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 21, 2014, 04:24:38 PM
:o so many  country coin~~

Yes, but only a few have fair distribution. Important distinction to make.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 21, 2014, 04:34:50 PM
Miners gonna mine ...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: dragonseer on April 21, 2014, 07:36:51 PM
It's like third aussie coin out there.

I only know about one other, one that tried IPO and had no plans to distribute?? Anyway I don't mind trying to claim a national coin seeing as I'm an Aussie, don't know any Ozzies though  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: platorin on April 21, 2014, 07:43:54 PM
It's like third aussie coin out there.

I only know about one other, one that tried IPO and had no plans to distribute?? Anyway I don't mind trying to claim a national coin seeing as I'm an Aussie, don't know any Ozzies though  ???
Well, good luck with that, mate!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: CoinBreader on April 22, 2014, 12:45:46 AM
so this one is for another Australia ? of for the same (AUS coin)  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 12:58:29 AM
so this one is for another Australia ? of for the same (AUS coin)  :D
Yes from Australia but very different.  We are not a litecoin clone. We've modified the protocol (with help).  Our goal is to distribute this coin to all Australian residents so normal Aussies get to experiment with Blockchain technology. Our objective is to introduce crypto to the wider community. If more people understand digital currency, this will benefit society and help to accelerate the development of decentralising technologies.

We are helping everyday people become comfortable with cryptos by giving them easy online access, easy transfer mechanisms, send to email function and a mobile web app.

We are not competing with other Australian altcoins - we are going for the blue ocean: The vast numbers of people who are not aware of cryptos and Blockchain technology.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 22, 2014, 01:10:44 AM
so this one is for another Australia ? of for the same (AUS coin)  :D
Yes from Australia but very different.  We are not a litecoin clone. We've modified the protocol (with help).  Our goal is to distribute this coin to all Australian residents so normal Aussies get to experiment with Blockchain technology. Our objective is to introduce crypto to the wider community. If more people understand digital currency, this will benefit society and help to accelerate the development of decentralising technologies.

Do you have a detailed plan for distribution? will all pre-mine coins be held in an address which can be viewed on the blockchain? have you discussed you plan with the ATO or government?

Also how about a little more details on yourself? are you Australian? where do you reside? are you happy to meet others from the Australians from the cyrpto community face to face to confirm legitimacy?

If this is indeed legit you need to be as transparent as possible.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 01:22:50 AM
so this one is for another Australia ? of for the same (AUS coin)  :D
Yes from Australia but very different.  We are not a litecoin clone. We've modified the protocol (with help).  Our goal is to distribute this coin to all Australian residents so normal Aussies get to experiment with Blockchain technology. Our objective is to introduce crypto to the wider community. If more people understand digital currency, this will benefit society and help to accelerate the development of decentralising technologies.

Do you have a detailed plan for distribution? will all pre-mine pre-allocated coins be held in an address which can be viewed on the blockchain? have you discussed you plan with the ATO or government?

Also how about a little more details on yourself? are you Australian? where do you reside? are you happy to meet others from the Australians from the cyrpto community face to face to confirm legitimacy?

If this is indeed legit you need to be as transparent as possible.


Great questions.

Distribution plans are available on website: ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)  Pre-allocated coin address will be published.  

There has been no discussion with Govt or the ATO.  Why? This is not regulated by them. We are giving out digital currency to all Australian residents with a valid mobile and email address.

I am Australian and live in Australia.  My specific residence is not critical at this juncture. Yes, I have been in contact with people in the cyrpto community and am a member.

This is legitimate.  We have spent many hours and our own money to get this going.  At the end of the day, we are giving out Ozziecoins.  We have an interest in seeing this become successful but more than that we genuinely want more ordinary Australians to just try out the Blockchain for themselves.

We'll be transparent when the time calls for it.  The skills we have acquired can be applied to other nations also interested in developing a fair distribution mechanism. (PM me if you are interested in doing this for your country also).

We don't wish to replace the Australian dollar or Bitcoin.  Ozziecoin is intended for micro transactions and for research. We leave the investment aspect to the more well established currencies.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 01:30:03 AM

Well, good luck with that, mate!

Thanks Platorin! We want to see more Australians become aware of the Blockchain and to use it.  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: r3s on April 22, 2014, 02:12:16 AM
Is it just me or does it seem weird to state a start time for Ozziecoin in a non Aussie Timezone?

Maybe put up the EST for launch as well? ;)

12:01am 25th April EST might be better to Coincide with ANZAC day?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 02:20:37 AM
Is it just me or does it seem weird to state a start time for Ozziecoin in a non Aussie Timezone?

Maybe put up the EST for launch as well? ;)

12:01am 25th April EST might be better to Coincide with ANZAC day?
To be honest, we didn't consider that. But you make an excellent point.  We'll move it to 25th April 12:00 AM EST.  Thanks for pointing that out.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: LazarDobrescu on April 22, 2014, 03:19:39 AM
Hello

NicEMining will run a pool for this coin at https://ozc.nicemining.pw .

As usual with NicEMining, we'll be ready at launch with our standard 0% fees, great stability and responsive web site.

Best wishes for Ozziecoin!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 05:24:25 AM
Hello

NicEMining will run a pool for this coin at https://ozc.nicemining.pw .

As usual with NicEMining, we'll be ready at launch with our standard 0% fees, great stability and responsive web site.

Best wishes for Ozziecoin!
Awesome.  We'll make sure you're added to the list.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: LimLims on April 22, 2014, 05:36:43 AM
Interesting.

What will happen to the unclaimed coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: kelsey on April 22, 2014, 05:46:00 AM
A $3.30 verification fee applies per claim.



SCAM


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 06:04:27 AM
A $3.30 verification fee applies per claim.



SCAM
Before calling this a scam.  Did you buy a cup of coffee today?  What did that cost you?  

We have invested a lot of time and money into this.  We believe $3.30 is not an unreasonable cost compared to the cost of setting up a mining rig to mine 500 ozziecoins.  

Also, I think people shouldn't expect everything to be completely free.  There is a cost attached to maintaining our infrastructure.

If someone is not prepared to pay a $3.30 nominal fee to ensure fair allocation, we suggest they are more than welcome to set up a mining rig.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 06:12:22 AM
Interesting.

What will happen to the unclaimed coins?

Hi LimLims, there will be no unclaimed coins as we plan to keep giving them out till they are all gone, however long that takes.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: LimLims on April 22, 2014, 07:07:17 AM
Interesting.

What will happen to the unclaimed coins?

Hi LimLims, there will be no unclaimed coins as we plan to keep giving them out till they are all gone, however long that takes.

So, that implies multiple rounds of claims? Or..?

Obviously we're not assuming the entire population of Australia will claim their allocation, so I'm trying to understand how you intend to ensure they are all allocated & given away in a fair manner?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 07:40:39 AM

So, that implies multiple rounds of claims? Or..?

Obviously we're not assuming the entire population of Australia will claim their allocation, so I'm trying to understand how you intend to ensure they are all allocated & given away in a fair manner?

Great questions.  We will distribute continuously from day one.  There will be no rounds. We require validation with an Australian mobile number to ensure fair allocation. 500 ozziecoins per mobile.  

We do hope that the entire population of Australia will eventually claim all their ozziecoins.  If this generation does not, there are future generations to consider.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: blackhatzw on April 22, 2014, 07:45:45 AM
Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Rubberduckie on April 22, 2014, 07:55:05 AM
I reside in western Sydney so I'll join in the fun

I'm not a bogan though, don't have a mullet or even own a pair of thongs ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 07:59:20 AM
I reside in western Sydney so I'll join in the fun

I'm not a bogan though, don't have a mullet or even own a pair of thongs ;D
Awesome!  No mullet and thong.  hahaha.  Welcome aboard.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Rubberduckie on April 22, 2014, 08:15:19 AM
A $3.30 verification fee applies per claim.



SCAM
Before calling this a scam.  Did you buy a cup of coffee today?  What did that cost you?  

We have invested a lot of time and money into this.  We believe $3.30 is not an unreasonable cost compared to the cost of setting up a mining rig to mine 500 ozziecoins.  

Also, I think people shouldn't expect everything to be completely free.  There is a cost attached to maintaining our infrastructure.

If someone is not prepared to pay a $3.30 nominal fee to ensure fair allocation, we suggest they are more than welcome to set up a mining rig.

$3.30 doesn't seem unreasonable, Gloria Jeans charge $4.70 for a large flat white AND you have to finish making it yourself as they're too lazy to put a lid on.

Firing up a rig would cost considerably more than $3.30


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 22, 2014, 08:30:47 AM
A $3.30 verification fee applies per claim.



SCAM
Before calling this a scam.  Did you buy a cup of coffee today?  What did that cost you?  

We have invested a lot of time and money into this.  We believe $3.30 is not an unreasonable cost compared to the cost of setting up a mining rig to mine 500 ozziecoins.  

Also, I think people shouldn't expect everything to be completely free.  There is a cost attached to maintaining our infrastructure.

If someone is not prepared to pay a $3.30 nominal fee to ensure fair allocation, we suggest they are more than welcome to set up a mining rig.

$3.30 doesn't seem unreasonable, Gloria Jeans charge $4.70 for a large flat white AND you have to finish making it yourself as they're too lazy to put a lid on.

Firing up a rig would cost considerably more than $3.30

Can you please explain what the $3.30 verification fee covers?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 22, 2014, 09:05:49 AM

$3.30 doesn't seem unreasonable, Gloria Jeans charge $4.70 for a large flat white AND you have to finish making it yourself as they're too lazy to put a lid on.

Firing up a rig would cost considerably more than $3.30

Can you please explain what the $3.30 verification fee covers?

Yes. Covered here: http://ozziecoin.com/index.php/about (A nominal fee applies per verification check to cover the costs of software engineering, SMS, servers, ID checking and related expenses.)

But to my mind, it buys peace of mind that no one will be able to claim ozziecoins without a valid Australian mobile.

I hope people don't get too hung up about what is nowadays considered to be a cup of coffee or less than a middy (and hardly anyone drinks a middy).  Also, 500 ozziecoins represents 50% of available ozziecoins on a per person basis.  i.e. Max ozziecoins per person is somewhere near 1,000 OZC, 500 OZCs is 50% of that - all for the princely sum of $3.30.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 12:30:32 AM
Ozziecoin verifies claims via SMS, which costs money, as well as the engineering costs, server costs etc...

I'd like to gauge what people think constitutes a reasonable registration fee to make sure we are not too way off base.

We thought no one would care about $3.30 as that is the price of a cup of coffee or a middy in a cheap bar, but we could be wrong. 

So, let us know what you think.  Our primary objective is to promote the use of Blockchain technology in the wider Australian community via equitable widespread distribution.  We can do this by verifying Australian mobile phones.

I don't think we can ever afford to make it completely free, unfortunately.  However, it is possible you can starve us Devs and make us drink less coffee and beer. 

Thanks, guys.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: lynsela on April 23, 2014, 12:44:36 AM
good luck! hope this would succeed.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 02:46:55 AM
good luck! hope this would succeed.
Thanks. Link to us on twitter and facebook if you get the chance.  It'll help us build a community going forward.

https://twitter.com/ozziecoin

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ozziecoin/276559535839381



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 23, 2014, 03:58:13 AM
will translate it into chinese :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 04:51:21 AM
Good news: On launch date we will allow the first 500 claimants to get their 500 ozziecoins for free.  i.e. We will waive the $3.30 charge.  



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 08:38:20 AM
By the way, we are registered for GST. There is no IPO or anything like that.  We are distributing ozziecoins as widely as possible in Australia, to get everyday Australians to tryout Blockchain technology for themselves.

We will be actively managing coin volatility via controlled coin issuances.  There will not be an unstructured dump of ozziecoins. More info on the site: ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Oldminer on April 23, 2014, 08:53:36 AM
"This is junk mate" (from one aussie to another  ;) )


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 09:29:03 AM
"This is junk mate" (from one aussie to another  ;) )

Why would you say that? Seems to me the biggest problem is getting digital coins into the community. Bitcoins users at 2 Million globally after 5 years seems pretty weak.

BTW, no offense, but how did you get all those negative trust ratings?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 09:33:39 AM
I just read the stuff that people wrote about you.  Mate, funny you should judge us.  We're trying to do something positive for the Australian community by letting them try the Blockchain themselves and here you are ripping people off in a dodgy online casino.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xianzhi on April 23, 2014, 09:36:22 AM
Compared to speculation ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 09:42:35 AM
Compared to speculation ;D
Yeah, we hope people don't speculate on ozziecoins.  The intention here is to create a transactional currency.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 23, 2014, 01:59:08 PM
Let your friends in Australia know about the launch and free 500 ozziecoins before the launch offer runs out.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 03:41:33 AM
It's like third aussie coin out there.

I only know about one other, one that tried IPO and had no plans to distribute?? Anyway I don't mind trying to claim a national coin seeing as I'm an Aussie, don't know any Ozzies though  ???

Ozzie, ozzie, ozzie!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 01:59:43 PM
Github available for Linux compile.  Win wallet available in about five minutes.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: esotericizm on April 24, 2014, 02:09:34 PM
where in australia do you get a coffee, beer and burger for $4.40.!?

fucking steak burger with the lot is $12 alone at the fish and chip joint down the road and coffee is $5.50. OP obviously not Australian.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 24, 2014, 02:14:21 PM
windows wallet??


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 02:14:25 PM
well 5 min are pretty long in AUS ... like 15 min actually :/

after dafuq ppl are a bit precaucious .. u know ...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 02:16:38 PM
bloody hell mate.. I had some trouble getting my GPU working in Linux could only get sgminer going on the inbuilt graphics and I couldn't get Linux to start with the GPU as my primary display... so I gave up and booted into Windows 7. Now the Windows wallet is late and the Linux guys are getting all the blocks...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 02:17:50 PM
yep ... it stinks ... like oops i instamined ... dafuq

see a shitstorm incoming ...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: tim14 on April 24, 2014, 02:17:58 PM
shoulda named it Shrimp-on-the-barbie-Coin or dirtydingocoin. otherwise looks nice, gluck


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 02:18:59 PM
If the Windows wallet is any later you're going to have to have a relaunch mate.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 02:21:44 PM
the github was up 8 minutes before launch


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 24, 2014, 02:22:01 PM
*pending instamine*


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: ibfragalot on April 24, 2014, 02:23:42 PM
why talk of instamine?

so wallet launched = ppl can instamine? why would dev allow that?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: esotericizm on April 24, 2014, 02:24:55 PM
How'd ya not have the windows wallet done days ago? It probably takes more effort than actually creating the coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 24, 2014, 02:25:08 PM
why talk of instamine?


dev has not released windows wallet at launch......


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: rdongxie on April 24, 2014, 02:28:17 PM
that is a good idea!~


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 02:29:11 PM
Does anyone know if the pool is working at least?

I guess not as Pool Hashrate

0.00 MH/s


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 24, 2014, 02:30:03 PM
Does anyone know if the pool is working at least?

nope!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: ibfragalot on April 24, 2014, 02:30:11 PM
Relaunch OP. No working pool (RPC error), No windows wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: powersup on April 24, 2014, 02:32:59 PM
Relaunch OP. No working pool (RPC error), No windows wallet.


windows wallet up! longest 5 min ever!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 02:42:12 PM
Relaunch OP. No working pool (RPC error), No windows wallet.


windows wallet up! longest 5 min ever!

Yeah, severely underestimated uploading time. You can't believe how much stuff there is to do to get this thing going. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 02:43:44 PM
the github was up 8 minutes before launch
We could not do everything within the second. Apologies.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 02:45:32 PM
bloody hell mate.. I had some trouble getting my GPU working in Linux could only get sgminer going on the inbuilt graphics and I couldn't get Linux to start with the GPU as my primary display... so I gave up and booted into Windows 7. Now the Windows wallet is late and the Linux guys are getting all the blocks...

Relax mate.  I have got 8 R280x and I haven't even hooked them up myself.  No time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 02:50:22 PM
How'd ya not have the windows wallet done days ago? It probably takes more effort than actually creating the coin.

We had it done, then changed some stuff then had to recompile.  Then more changes done.  Then more recompile, then ran into QT 5 issues.  You will not believe how effing hard it is to compile a win wallet. I kid you not.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 02:53:03 PM
Relaunch OP. No working pool (RPC error), No windows wallet.


No one is doing GPU mining until the pools are up.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 03:02:06 PM
It's just CPU mining at this stage until the pools are up.

Use the win wallet to mine.  Go to Help -> Debug Window -> Console -> type: setgenerate true -1

If you're on a laptop, it will get hot.  So suggest you go to your laptop power management and reduce CPU max power to somewhere between 60% to 99%.




Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 03:08:06 PM
http://i.imgur.com/DEKsXAe.png

lulz pool 502 ... dafuq ?

17:16:46
?
{
"blocks" : 715,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.10171,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 2277943,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

meh :/


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 03:12:58 PM
oVGbCvafjw8w9xTrYDpFQBZk76QZurWX5F


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 24, 2014, 03:17:40 PM
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Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 03:28:51 PM
Well I'm GPU mining now...
rpcuser=youruser
rpcpassword=yourpassword
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=39052


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: esotericizm on April 24, 2014, 03:32:40 PM
It's just CPU mining at this stage until the pools are up.

Use the win wallet to mine.  Go to Help -> Debug Window -> Console -> type: setgenerate true -1

If you're on a laptop, it will get hot.  So suggest you go to your laptop power management and reduce CPU max power to somewhere between 60% to 99%.




of course you can solomine with a GPU. You just need to create a conf file add the rpc port and the rpcuser/rpcpassword. Configure sgminer and off ya go.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 03:35:49 PM
It's just CPU mining at this stage until the pools are up.

Use the win wallet to mine.  Go to Help -> Debug Window -> Console -> type: setgenerate true -1

If you're on a laptop, it will get hot.  So suggest you go to your laptop power management and reduce CPU max power to somewhere between 60% to 99%.




of course you can solomine with a GPU. You just need to create a conf file add the rpc port and the rpcuser/rpcpassword. Configure sgminer and off ya go.
Thanks mate! I always wondered how people did that.  I only ever connected to pools with sgminer. Could you post some more step by step instructions for the newbies? (like me).


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 03:38:14 PM
well win wallet seems to be broken ... found like 20 blocks ... no sign of them in the gui at all ^^ forked ?

17:35:30 getbalance 0.00000

^^


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: carlb007 on April 24, 2014, 03:38:43 PM
https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/ (https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/) - Minepit pool is up and running with first blocks showing.

5 Blocks found so far.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 03:39:18 PM
http://i.imgur.com/DEKsXAe.png

lulz pool 502 ... dafuq ?

17:16:46
?
{
"blocks" : 715,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.10171,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 2277943,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

meh :/

Sorting it out. Sorry bud.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 03:41:14 PM
well win wallet seems to be broken ... found like 20 blocks ... no sign of them in the gui at all ^^ forked ?

17:35:30 getbalance 0.00000

^^



Yeah, we are sorting out. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 03:43:23 PM
yepp ... coin forked ...

im at


17:39:39
?
{
"blocks" : 724,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.15173,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 2812284,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

pool at

Block ID   Validity   Finder   Time   Difficulty   Reward   Shares
1,267   1   esoteric   4/24/2014 3:37:54 PM   0.46   625   4,032 (106.36%)

...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: ibfragalot on April 24, 2014, 03:43:56 PM
minep.it is working nicely, just use that mate.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 03:45:32 PM
yepp ... coin forked ...

im at


17:39:39
?
{
"blocks" : 724,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.15173,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 2812284,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

pool at

Block ID   Validity   Finder   Time   Difficulty   Reward   Shares
1,267   1   esoteric   4/24/2014 3:37:54 PM   0.46   625   4,032 (106.36%)

...

Advise you don't mine till this is sorted out.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 03:46:08 PM
Yeah I keep finding blocks but there is nothing in the client!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 03:46:42 PM


Advise you don't mine till this is sorted out.

So we just miss out?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: ibfragalot on April 24, 2014, 03:46:49 PM
Advise you don't mine till this is sorted out.

Pool OK to mine? Or not? I wanna go to bed ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: gerdab on April 24, 2014, 03:47:25 PM
countriecoin is an outdated mode, now it is the mode of colorcoin!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 24, 2014, 03:48:51 PM
The wallet on MineP.it pool is showing coins in unconfirmed.. so I presume it's working OK


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 24, 2014, 03:49:53 PM
How about you make a coin to honor our prime minister Tony Abbott?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 03:50:11 PM
debug.log if it helps fixing ... xxx


good luck


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 04:05:11 PM
We've run into a major issue with the checkpointing server.  And will have to reboot the launch for Sunday 27 April at 12AM EST.  

I'm really sorry guys but we can't avoid it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 24, 2014, 04:14:36 PM
Thats the right thing to do ... shit happens ... ^^


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 24, 2014, 04:20:59 PM
Thats the right thing to do ... shit happens ... ^^

Yeah, we experienced severe issues.  We didn't expect old code to get bundled into the checkpointing server during compile. We are forced to reboot. Pulling all binaries for relaunch on Sunday night. All those who claimed their coins will get to keep their coins.  Miners, I'm sorry no such luck I'm afraid. We're going to have to redo this properly.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 26, 2014, 02:03:06 AM
We are relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST for ozziecoin claims.  We will make wallets and repository available at around that time.

Due to the rush last time, the block reward will start at block 1152, which is approximately 6 hours after 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night. We'll try to make the wallets available as early as possible.

The coin claiming will be available at 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night.

That will give people plenty of time to download the repository, wallets and setup before the block reward starts.

We are learning and adapting.  We've also fixed issues with our server setup.  

Have fun guys.  Hope you all had a good long weekend.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 26, 2014, 03:45:34 PM
We are relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST for ozziecoin claims.  We will make wallets and repository available at around that time.

Due to the rush last time, the block reward will start at block 1152, which is approximately 6 hours after 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night. We'll try to make the wallets available as early as possible.

The coin claiming will be available at 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night.

That will give people plenty of time to download the repository, wallets and setup before the block reward starts.

We are learning and adapting.  We've also fixed issues with our server setup.  

Have fun guys.  Hope you all had a good long weekend.

Just to confirm... all the coins/blocks/transactions etc that went through our pool are all invalid and will need wiping? Is that correct?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Dassd on April 26, 2014, 03:47:03 PM
How about you make a coin to honor our prime minister Tony Abbott? ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 03:11:00 AM
How about you make a coin to honor our prime minister Tony Abbott? ???
We'd love to honour Abbott but personally I'm a big fan of Turnbull.   ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 03:17:27 AM
We are relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST for ozziecoin claims.  We will make wallets and repository available at around that time.

Due to the rush last time, the block reward will start at block 1152, which is approximately 6 hours after 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night. We'll try to make the wallets available as early as possible.

The coin claiming will be available at 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night.

That will give people plenty of time to download the repository, wallets and setup before the block reward starts.

We are learning and adapting.  We've also fixed issues with our server setup.  

Have fun guys.  Hope you all had a good long weekend.

Just to confirm... all the coins/blocks/transactions etc that went through our pool are all invalid and will need wiping? Is that correct?

That is correct.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: kelsey on April 27, 2014, 07:22:54 AM
A $3.30 verification fee applies per claim.



SCAM
Before calling this a scam.  Did you buy a cup of coffee today?  What did that cost you?  

We have invested a lot of time and money into this.  We believe $3.30 is not an unreasonable cost compared to the cost of setting up a mining rig to mine 500 ozziecoins.  

Also, I think people shouldn't expect everything to be completely free.  There is a cost attached to maintaining our infrastructure.

If someone is not prepared to pay a $3.30 nominal fee to ensure fair allocation, we suggest they are more than welcome to set up a mining rig.

sorry but 500 ozziecoins will never be worth $3.30........yes scam, create a coin charge $3.30 per applicant is the very definition of a scam in the opensource community. not to mention illegal and in violation of several patents.

its very against the spirit of this opensource community and very un-Australian.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 07:56:25 AM
A $3.30 verification fee applies per claim.



SCAM
Before calling this a scam.  Did you buy a cup of coffee today?  What did that cost you?  

We have invested a lot of time and money into this.  We believe $3.30 is not an unreasonable cost compared to the cost of setting up a mining rig to mine 500 ozziecoins.  

Also, I think people shouldn't expect everything to be completely free.  There is a cost attached to maintaining our infrastructure.

If someone is not prepared to pay a $3.30 nominal fee to ensure fair allocation, we suggest they are more than welcome to set up a mining rig.

sorry but 500 ozziecoins will never be worth $3.30........yes scam, create a coin charge $3.30 per applicant is the very definition of a scam in the opensource community. not to mention illegal and in violation of several patents.

its very against the spirit of this opensource community and very un-Australian.

The charge is for verification, SMS and engineering time.  We are not selling the software or ozziecoins.  Anyway, it's much cheaper than setting up a mining rig. If you don't like it, we invite you to get mining.

If we don't distribute ozziecoins to everyone (and this costs time and money to implement properly) the miners will just get all the coins and cryptocurrency will go nowhere in Australia (or develop much slower).  

Once we work out how many people will claim ozziecoins and we have a better grip on our costs, we will reduce the charge as much as possible.  

This in the FAQ:

Q: Why was 50% of ozziecoins pre-allocated? Without pre-allocation, individuals with specialised technical skills (and money) acquire the majority of coins through transaction processing (aka mining), which results in a highly skewed distribution of the currency.  By pre-allocating 50% of all ozziecoins and dispersing ozziecoins widely throughout Australia, a more widespread distribution can be achieved whilst not overly compromising the ability of transaction processors to generate income.  We believe the strength of the community behind the digital currency determines its eventual success.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: molecularfir on April 27, 2014, 08:49:41 AM
We are relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST for ozziecoin claims.  We will make wallets and repository available at around that time.

Due to the rush last time, the block reward will start at block 1152, which is approximately 6 hours after 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night. We'll try to make the wallets available as early as possible.

The coin claiming will be available at 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night.

That will give people plenty of time to download the repository, wallets and setup before the block reward starts.

We are learning and adapting.  We've also fixed issues with our server setup.  

Have fun guys.  Hope you all had a good long weekend.


So does this mean there is no point mining until 2am?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 08:54:20 AM
We are relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST for ozziecoin claims.  We will make wallets and repository available at around that time.

Due to the rush last time, the block reward will start at block 1152, which is approximately 6 hours after 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night. We'll try to make the wallets available as early as possible.

The coin claiming will be available at 8 PM Sydney time on Sunday night.

That will give people plenty of time to download the repository, wallets and setup before the block reward starts.

We are learning and adapting.  We've also fixed issues with our server setup.  

Have fun guys.  Hope you all had a good long weekend.


So does this mean there is no point mining until 2am?


Advise you do some test mining with the pool, then mine some darkcoin and then switch over at block 1152. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: shufe on April 27, 2014, 09:02:17 AM
I have saw another Australia's coin

So I think is not the first Australia's coin


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 09:44:54 AM
I have saw another Australia's coin

So I think is not the first Australia's coin

We are the first widely distributed Australian coin. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 27, 2014, 09:48:35 AM
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Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 27, 2014, 11:25:05 AM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 27, 2014, 11:34:48 AM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

i am use a X11 miner

but still no block find???



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 27, 2014, 11:42:15 AM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 27, 2014, 11:44:47 AM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: molecularfir on April 27, 2014, 11:46:51 AM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.

Agreed, I think this is a issue. The question is what happens to the blocks mined now?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 27, 2014, 11:50:26 AM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.

the block reward is zero, until 1152 block!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 11:53:42 AM
R280x GPU settings for me:

sgminer -o stratum+tcp://ozc.minep.it:3336  -u xxxxx -p x -k darkcoin -I 17 -g 4 --gpu-engine 1050 --failover-only --thread-concurrency 8192 --temp-target 100 --temp-overheat 103 --temp-cutoff 107 --gpu-memclock 1600

Feel free to tweak but you may not get much more without greatly increasing power consumption.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 12:34:57 PM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.

Agreed, I think this is a issue. The question is what happens to the blocks mined now?


We set block reward zero until height 1152 to ensure everyone had a fair chance to setup, which is about six hours from launch.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 27, 2014, 12:39:31 PM
so this is a bit confusing ... " relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST " atm its sunday, 27. April 2014, 07:38:28 AM EST ...

because on the pool https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/chatmodev2/ 6 workers are mining ...

So IS the coin already relaunched or nah ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: esotericizm on April 27, 2014, 12:41:28 PM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.

Agreed, I think this is a issue. The question is what happens to the blocks mined now?


We set block reward zero until height 1152 to ensure everyone had a fair chance to setup, which is about six hours from launch.

Which makes it a terrible time for australians who will have to get up for work in 3-4 hours after that.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: carlb007 on April 27, 2014, 12:44:17 PM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.

Agreed, I think this is a issue. The question is what happens to the blocks mined now?


We set block reward zero until height 1152 to ensure everyone had a fair chance to setup, which is about six hours from launch.

I understand the intentions with doing the zero block reward thing, but really its doing more harm than good.
MinePit is reporting no blocks found at all and leaves everyone scratching their head as to whether thats to do with the coins configuration or the pools - even though the pool worked perfectly on the original launch.

The rate at which blocks are being found also seems way off and is taking forever...



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: LazarDobrescu on April 27, 2014, 12:48:12 PM
The pool at https://ozc.nicemining.pw is up and ready, join us up and mine at 0% fee!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 12:58:59 PM
so this is a bit confusing ... " relaunching Sunday night 8PM EST " atm its sunday, 27. April 2014, 07:38:28 AM EST ...

because on the pool https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/chatmodev2/ 6 workers are mining ...

So IS the coin already relaunched or nah ?

Coin claiming from 8 PM Sydney time.  We released wallets before then.  Block reward kicks in at height 1152, which is about 6 hours after that to ensure fairness for everyone to setup etc..


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 01:07:15 PM
Couple of people mining at our pool with the wrong algo - getting millions of INVALID shares. You need to make sure you're using an X11 miner.

https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/getting-started/

so something wrong?

I'm not sure. I asked the dev about it. I don't know if it's to do with the no reward thing until block 1152. Everything else looks to be working just fine.

Agreed, I think this is a issue. The question is what happens to the blocks mined now?


We set block reward zero until height 1152 to ensure everyone had a fair chance to setup, which is about six hours from launch.

Which makes it a terrible time for australians who will have to get up for work in 3-4 hours after that.

Just set it to mine and get some shut eye mate.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 27, 2014, 01:09:09 PM
so there is a difference between EST time = http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=377 and http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=240 AEST time ... around 15h ... pointed that out because in 1st post its wrong ...

so since we are at

{
"blocks" : 1130,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 1.79072,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 22437721,
"pooledtx" : 1,
"testnet" : false
}

it would be time to get ready since the coin RELAUNCHED ...

... :/


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on April 27, 2014, 01:39:51 PM
Almost there now, 14 more blocks til rewards start


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 27, 2014, 01:53:03 PM
Almost there now, 14 more blocks til rewards start
2 blocks to go :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 27, 2014, 01:57:18 PM
Almost there now, 14 more blocks til rewards start
2 blocks to go :)

1153 now, who found block 1153? :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: carlb007 on April 27, 2014, 02:00:33 PM
https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/ (https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/) MineP.it has a block


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 27, 2014, 03:25:03 PM
 :)

a little hard to mine this.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: riddler_xyz on April 27, 2014, 08:25:44 PM
...nevermind...


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: fibonacho on April 27, 2014, 11:12:41 PM
Is anyone attempting to solo mine or are all using pools for this launch? is the launch still 50 mins away..?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: caston on April 28, 2014, 11:20:17 AM
This is very easy and fruitful to solo mine.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on April 28, 2014, 03:32:09 PM
will keep mine somecoin. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: f88steyrr on May 01, 2014, 04:56:01 AM
Interesting.

What will happen to the unclaimed coins?

I love Coingen. ROFL

Pre-mined.

Most pre-mined coins will never be claimed and guess what its all for the devs to ump and dump.

I tend to stay away from pre-mined coins as often as I can. If you really want a fair launch then why pre-mine it? I say let the aussies mine it for themselves and that way they'll get more coins than just 1k per mobile phone supplied. I'd rather mine it myself then get more coins rather than supply my mobile phone details to feed you data mining activities. If ever I wanted to get some coins which I don't.

Sounds like data mining to me when you have to ask for mobile phone numbers to verify. Are you Sydney Bitcoins on FB (did a little research).

What are you saying you set up some rigs, I thought you mine with your CEX ghs at Trippleming?

Just a word of advise, you better have a look at the ATO site about creating another currency whether it regulated by them or not and the taxes that you are potentially to pay. I'd say do your research first before you launch your coin but I guess that's too late for you.
BTW I rang ATO and asked them about this and they're pretty interested in getting in touch with you. I'd say ring them now before they send out a summon.

Good luck with your billions and billions of pre-mined coins if ever an exchange would take this on and risk you dumping all the pre-mined coins. Lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 01, 2014, 02:51:00 PM
Interesting.

What will happen to the unclaimed coins?

I love Coingen. ROFL

Pre-mined.

Most pre-mined coins will never be claimed and guess what its all for the devs to ump and dump.

I tend to stay away from pre-mined coins as often as I can. If you really want a fair launch then why pre-mine it? I say let the aussies mine it for themselves and that way they'll get more coins than just 1k per mobile phone supplied. I'd rather mine it myself then get more coins rather than supply my mobile phone details to feed you data mining activities. If ever I wanted to get some coins which I don't.

Sounds like data mining to me when you have to ask for mobile phone numbers to verify. Are you Sydney Bitcoins on FB (did a little research).

What are you saying you set up some rigs, I thought you mine with your CEX ghs at Trippleming?

Just a word of advise, you better have a look at the ATO site about creating another currency whether it regulated by them or not and the taxes that you are potentially to pay. I'd say do your research first before you launch your coin but I guess that's too late for you.
BTW I rang ATO and asked them about this and they're pretty interested in getting in touch with you. I'd say ring them now before they send out a summon.

Good luck with your billions and billions of pre-mined coins if ever an exchange would take this on and risk you dumping all the pre-mined coins. Lol

Well, 99% of people in Australia do not mine.  They don't know what win wallets are. If we don't do this, the miners will get all the coins and the Australian public zero.  We're trying to ensure the Australian public gets 50% of available coins.  

The ATO can contact me anytime :)  We have nothing to hide.  

We're trying to do fair distribution, which is not possible without reserving the coins.  Sorry if we offended your sensibilities. 




Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 08, 2014, 06:58:25 AM
New article on ozziecoin: http://bitscan.com/articles/exclusive-the-new-digital-coin-sent-via-email


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Lordoftherigs on May 09, 2014, 01:55:26 PM
what's the premine percentage ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 09, 2014, 04:10:39 PM
50% pre-allocated to the good peoples of Australia. See www.ozziecoin.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 10, 2014, 01:42:22 AM
This is how the rich stayed rich without lifting a finger: http://ozziecoin.com/index.php/fractional-reserve-banking-explained


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 11, 2014, 12:44:27 AM
Aussies, you can mine ozziecoins and simply email this coin to your non-crypto aware mates, so they learn something about the blockchain and how coins work.  

International people can mine this coin and register (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php) to send ozziecoins to their mates in Australia and around the world also.

It's a friendly, free way for ordinary people to learn about cryptos.  We are absolutely the training wheels for people wanting to learn about cryptos and cannot afford to or are unwilling to shell out $500 for a bitcoin.

URL for emailing out ozziecoins: https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php (visit with web or mobile device)

Article about ozziecoins in bitscan: http://bitscan.com/articles/exclusive-the-new-digital-coin-sent-via-email


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 12, 2014, 12:43:04 AM
Interesting convo going on here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602739.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602739.0)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 14, 2014, 12:33:00 AM
Mac Wallet available: http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/Ozziecoin-Mac.dmg


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: blinkxzero on May 16, 2014, 08:38:21 PM
Might want to try and get this on an exchange and more people will pick it up!

x11, low diff, good intentions -- just needs some word of mouth.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 17, 2014, 05:33:29 PM
Might want to try and get this on an exchange and more people will pick it up!

x11, low diff, good intentions -- just needs some word of mouth.

Thanks for the advice.  We understand this.  We're sorting out our referral networks first.  This coin is 50% for the miners and 50% for ordinary people that don't mine.  Will be listing when we are ready.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 18, 2014, 06:26:06 AM
We have been busy. Working on a a referral link feature that you asked for (at least those of you that have whitepages as your personal contacts list). (Joseph, I'm thinking of you!)

The referral link is ready. Post the link anywhere you like and people registering will give you 50 ozziecoins as a referrer.

Click on the "Earn OZCs" tab after you sign into the panel:

Sign in here: https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: FredDag on May 18, 2014, 06:49:17 AM
BTW I rang ATO and asked them about this and they're pretty interested in getting in touch with you. I'd say ring them now before they send out a summon.

There's community spirit for you.
Do you have Crime Stoppers on speed dial too, just in case you see someone walking their dog off-leash or smoking at a bus stop?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 19, 2014, 07:47:03 AM
Ozziecoin has a new front page:

https://i.imgur.com/1vNgZvP.jpg

http://ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 19, 2014, 08:32:19 AM
BTW I rang ATO and asked them about this and they're pretty interested in getting in touch with you. I'd say ring them now before they send out a summon.

There's community spirit for you.
Do you have Crime Stoppers on speed dial too, just in case you see someone walking their dog off-leash or smoking at a bus stop?

FredDag you are spot on.  If we didn't do this coin, how are we ever going to get cryptocurrencies to the 99.99% of Aussies who find it all too confusing?  Let's get behind this effort to introduce digital coins to the public.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: provenceday on May 20, 2014, 05:56:22 AM
wait for update, thanks guys!



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 21, 2014, 02:27:34 AM
If you don't understand why your mates are negative on crypto, it's because they don't own any crypto themselves. It's easy to fix this. Just give them some free ozziecoins. It's non-technical, friendly and widely distributed: https://www.facebook.com/ozziecoin (https://www.facebook.com/ozziecoin) (please leave us a like)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 22, 2014, 02:31:46 PM
wait for update, thanks guys!



One must wait for all good things.  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 24, 2014, 12:16:10 PM
New european pool:  http://nomp.epools.eu:8080



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 30, 2014, 02:57:05 AM
Article on ozziecoin: http://t.co/b9L8DXPogD


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: cryptoday.info on May 30, 2014, 03:12:23 PM
http://www.cryptoday.info/cryptoday.png (http://ozzie.cryptoday.info/index.php?page=register)
Click and join us
Prop 1%
Vardiff


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: alphawolf099 on June 05, 2014, 02:59:40 PM
Article on ozziecoin: http:/[Suspicious link removed]/b9L8DXPogD

ozziecoin had a mention on 6pr fairfax radio today, i think they were going to give away coins to new people.
But they did promote the free 500 coins for signing up.

For a station that never really liked bitcoin, it was good to see their tech guru segment pushing a good crypto



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 06, 2014, 04:46:14 PM
Article on ozziecoin: http:/[Suspicious link removed]/b9L8DXPogD

ozziecoin had a mention on 6pr fairfax radio today, i think they were going to give away coins to new people.
But they did promote the free 500 coins for signing up.

For a station that never really liked bitcoin, it was good to see their tech guru segment pushing a good crypto


Yeah, Ben on 6PR is really good with tech and he understands the premise of ozziecoin and we're trying to get the blockchain out to everyday Australians.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Litte on June 07, 2014, 05:53:09 PM
Trademarket soon , or ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: ebeth08 on June 07, 2014, 06:01:15 PM
Trademarket soon , or ???

This is a very important question.  Obviously no coin will be successful without a value, and it has already been awhile since launch. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: joe.sixer on June 08, 2014, 12:57:41 AM
So, how many people have actually claimed their coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 08, 2014, 02:18:58 AM
We will get onto a reputable exchange, when we are ready. Turning ozziecoin into a speculative vehicle is pointless as there is no value to ozziecoins until a decent sized community exists around it.

Please don't think these coins will suddenly make you rich. It is an experimental platform to help ordinary Australians get comfortable with the idea of digital coins. I encourage all those genuinely interested in getting the Blockchain to the Australian community to get behind us.

This coin does not want to be a pump, which we all know ends in a dump.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 08, 2014, 02:23:17 AM
So, how many people have actually claimed their coins?
Stats will be released in next few weeks when the engineer has time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 08, 2014, 02:26:50 AM
Trademarket soon , or ???

This is a very important question.  Obviously no coin will be successful without a value, and it has already been awhile since launch. 
Approximately, three months. We are in no hurry. There are plenty of other altcoins you can speculate on. Ozziecoin will have an exchange when the community needs one.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 09, 2014, 02:11:50 AM
We have not requested to be listed on any exchange because we are simply not ready for prime time. If you buy ozziecoins, you will essentially be speculating because at this stage ozziecoin is simply an experimental platform to help Australians understand the blockchain.

If you are not interested in giving away ozziecoins to ordinary Australians, please do not mine this coin. There are many other altcoins for people to mine and speculate on. Have a great week.  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 10, 2014, 12:02:14 AM

Quote
"We are an experimental platform to help Australians understand crypto. Please don't mess it up for us. Thanks."
The verification fee is waived between now and when ozziecoin is on a reputable exchange. So, it's free for Australians right now.  Also, we may waive the verification fee altogether if we generate sufficient revenues in other ways. So, don't buy ozziecoins on any exchange - it's available free for Australians.

This is the self moderated ozziecoin thread, please take your complaints elsewhere Kenta. We've seen trolls on auroracoin and darkcoin's bitcointalk forum really make life uncomfortable for everyone. I will delete as I see fit.

As you are not helping us get the blockchain to Australians, please start your own country coin for Cyprus. Thanks.

Also, as you think we are a scam, please don't try to sell ozziecoins to people will ya?  You might as well give it away because ozziecoin's are worth exactly zero right now.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: nick777 on June 17, 2014, 03:13:47 PM
Question:    What would be a reasonable fee to verify ozziecoin claims?
0 $


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on June 18, 2014, 01:23:40 AM
Question:    What would be a reasonable fee to verify ozziecoin claims?
0 $

Which is exactly what it is right now.  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on July 04, 2014, 06:33:42 PM
Do you have any idea when an exchange might be available for this coin?

I understand what you're trying to do by keeping it off exchanges.. but we're running a pool for it, which uses server resources, and therefore costs us money and we really need to try make something back from our fees. At least at some point in the near future anyway. Let us know what your plans are.

Thanks



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on July 05, 2014, 01:41:57 AM
Do you have any idea when an exchange might be available for this coin?

I understand what you're trying to do by keeping it off exchanges.. but we're running a pool for it, which uses server resources, and therefore costs us money and we really need to try make something back from our fees. At least at some point in the near future anyway. Let us know what your plans are.

Thanks


Next couple of months. Sorry about the wait. We are waiting on coding.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on July 05, 2014, 10:11:16 AM
Do you have any idea when an exchange might be available for this coin?

I understand what you're trying to do by keeping it off exchanges.. but we're running a pool for it, which uses server resources, and therefore costs us money and we really need to try make something back from our fees. At least at some point in the near future anyway. Let us know what your plans are.

Thanks


Next couple of months. Sorry about the wait. We are waiting on coding.

OK great, thanks for the update


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on August 06, 2014, 09:06:31 AM
Why in ozziecoin website, forums and no longer updated posts? While the last update for the forum was two months ago? Do ozziecoin already strapped enthusiasts? Is ozziecoin is still used as a means of payment in the Australian digital? I hope you are as dev continues to intensify your promotion. It is very important that investors and the miner does not waste time with it - it here. Thank you for your attention.  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on August 06, 2014, 10:00:24 AM
Why in ozziecoin website, forums and no longer updated posts? While the last update for the forum was two months ago? Do ozziecoin already strapped enthusiasts? Is ozziecoin is still used as a means of payment in the Australian digital? I hope you are as dev continues to intensify your promotion. It is very important that investors and the miner does not waste time with it - it here. Thank you for your attention.  :D
We're not ready for primetime yet and that's the honest answer. We'll be ready when we are ready. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on August 06, 2014, 11:46:53 AM
Few tips only if it is prepared, may be able to learn from what was done by CANN (CannabisCoin). To upload more photos ozziecoin affiliated merchants, etc. Good Luck!  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on August 11, 2014, 01:41:45 AM
Firstly, thank you to all the pools supporting Ozziecoin, i'm currently mining via MineP.it and they've been faultless.

Secondly, question about claims;

After clicking the claim link in the OP (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php), I've...
  • Registered
  • Been sent the activation email
  • Clicked the activation link which then asked to refresh the ozziecoin.com website
  • I then clicked "Panel > Claim! > Claim Ozziecoins" only to be directed back to https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php
Whereabouts do you specify your wallet address to claim? TYIA.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on August 11, 2014, 04:11:56 AM
Firstly, thank you to all the pools supporting Ozziecoin, i'm currently mining via MineP.it and they've been faultless.

Secondly, question about claims;

After clicking the claim link in the OP (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php), I've...
  • Registered
  • Been sent the activation email
  • Clicked the activation link which then asked to refresh the ozziecoin.com website
  • I then clicked "Panel > Claim! > Claim Ozziecoins" only to be directed back to https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php
Whereabouts do you specify your wallet address to claim? TYIA.
If you are claiming outside of Australia, your claim will not go through. The offer is valid for Australians. If you are Australian and claiming with a valid mobile number please contact us with your issue and details: admin@ozziecoin.com.  We will look into it.

Once the coins have been given to you, you can transfer them to a normal OZC wallet address via the send interface.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on August 11, 2014, 04:32:54 AM
Firstly, thank you to all the pools supporting Ozziecoin, i'm currently mining via MineP.it and they've been faultless.

Secondly, question about claims;

After clicking the claim link in the OP (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php), I've...
  • Registered
  • Been sent the activation email
  • Clicked the activation link which then asked to refresh the ozziecoin.com website
  • I then clicked "Panel > Claim! > Claim Ozziecoins" only to be directed back to https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php
Whereabouts do you specify your wallet address to claim? TYIA.
If you are claiming outside of Australia, your claim will not go through. The offer is valid for Australians. If you are Australian and claiming with a valid mobile number please contact us with your issue and details: admin@ozziecoin.com.  We will look into it.

Once the coins have been given to you, you can transfer them to a normal OZC wallet address via the send interface.

Thank you for the update. During the registration process I couldn't see an input field to enter mobile number. I'll email admin@ozziecoin.com to follow up. TY.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mblados on August 16, 2014, 10:21:19 AM

Is ozziecoin now on Exchanges?  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Oldminer on August 16, 2014, 06:03:44 PM

BTW, no offense, but how did you get all those negative trust ratings?

How did you get yours cobber? (no offense lol)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on August 17, 2014, 01:10:15 AM

Is ozziecoin now on Exchanges?  ???
No, because its not worth anything at this point in time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on August 28, 2014, 11:37:19 PM
Hi Ozziecoin Team.

Has there been any further updates with Ozziecoin (OZC)?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on August 29, 2014, 12:33:43 AM
Hi Ozziecoin Team.

Has there been any further updates with Ozziecoin (OZC)?
We are looking for a developer to help us with coding changes to the bitcoin protocol. If you are interested and have the necessary C++ skills, please PM me.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: absy on August 31, 2014, 04:29:45 PM
Any updates ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on September 09, 2014, 07:22:34 AM
Still promised or already dead?  ;D  ;D  ;D
I watching, I mining, I waiting, and oh no... I stop mine it.
Alert: "More human resource needed"


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: MineP.it on September 09, 2014, 08:21:50 PM
In all seriousness... is this coin going anywhere? Will it ever see an exchange?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on September 12, 2014, 04:54:16 AM
In all seriousness... is this coin going anywhere? Will it ever see an exchange?
Yes, I think it will. Most of the infrastructure is in place. We need a bit of time to make a few more changes. Apologies for the wait.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on September 18, 2014, 12:01:23 AM
In all seriousness... is this coin going anywhere? Will it ever see an exchange?
Yes, I think it will. Most of the infrastructure is in place. We need a bit of time to make a few more changes. Apologies for the wait.

Thank you for the update, Ozziecoin. Do you have a roadmap or a rough timeline you could provide the community?

Thank you in advance.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on October 16, 2014, 12:43:13 PM
We are giving out 5.04 Million ozziecoins equally to all signed up members every two weeks. Next step is to get listed on an exchange.  We will be doing this ASAP.  Thanks for your patience.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on October 16, 2014, 03:23:50 PM
Patience again  :D. See you again.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on October 16, 2014, 06:09:18 PM
We are giving out 5.04 Million ozziecoins equally to all signed up members every two weeks. Next step is to get listed on an exchange.  We will be doing this ASAP.  Thanks for your patience.



Can you explain this more?

How many signed up members are there? And how much will you pay every two weeks?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on October 21, 2014, 05:07:50 AM
We are giving out 5.04 Million ozziecoins equally to all signed up members every two weeks. Next step is to get listed on an exchange.  We will be doing this ASAP.  Thanks for your patience.



Can you explain this more?

How many signed up members are there? And how much will you pay every two weeks?

We will be putting up a stats page later. 

In the meantime, if people would like to start trading their ozziecoins, a simple exchange has been created for you to buy and sell ozziecoins using bitcoins: http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Nthused on October 21, 2014, 05:13:59 AM
We are giving out 5.04 Million ozziecoins equally to all signed up members every two weeks. Next step is to get listed on an exchange.  We will be doing this ASAP.  Thanks for your patience.



Can you explain this more?

How many signed up members are there? And how much will you pay every two weeks?

We will be putting up a stats page later. 

In the meantime, if people would like to start trading their ozziecoins, a simple exchange has been created for you to buy and sell ozziecoins using bitcoins: http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php.

http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php. Is this a joke ?

When you read how it works.... investors put all the trust in your hands instead of automated....


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on October 21, 2014, 11:31:43 AM
We are giving out 5.04 Million ozziecoins equally to all signed up members every two weeks. Next step is to get listed on an exchange.  We will be doing this ASAP.  Thanks for your patience.



Can you explain this more?

How many signed up members are there? And how much will you pay every two weeks?

We will be putting up a stats page later.  

In the meantime, if people would like to start trading their ozziecoins, a simple exchange has been created for you to buy and sell ozziecoins using bitcoins: http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php.

http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php. Is this a joke ?

When you read how it works.... investors put all the trust in your hands instead of automated....

?

What do you mean "instead of automated"?

EDIT: I see what you mean. But.. it's a start at least


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on October 25, 2014, 01:19:17 PM
Hi Ozzie,
this is agreat news. Tell me something, how long does it take to recive btc, when you sold Ozzie, and vice versa ?

Thnx
cheers
I realy hope so that you will be on some exchange soon ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: infazan on October 25, 2014, 01:19:52 PM
Aurora?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on October 28, 2014, 02:38:11 PM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on October 28, 2014, 02:46:07 PM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on October 28, 2014, 02:51:47 PM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.

Yes I agree


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on October 30, 2014, 04:45:54 AM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.

Yes I agree
Ok, I'll be writing to poloniex and other exchanges.  Please feel free to suggest where.  Thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on October 30, 2014, 01:19:18 PM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.

Yes I agree
Ok, I'll be writing to poloniex and other exchanges.  Please feel free to suggest where.  Thanks.

C-Cex are usually the most accommodating of new coins, once you get listed there it opens up possibilities for other exchanges.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: mining4free on November 04, 2014, 01:55:25 AM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.

Yes I agree
Ok, I'll be writing to poloniex and other exchanges.  Please feel free to suggest where.  Thanks.

C-Cex are usually the most accommodating of new coins, once you get listed there it opens up possibilities for other exchanges.

Sold again 20000 ozc price 0.000003btc/ozc, ozzie thank, You're amazing!!! It's true i'am very lucky, i received btc twice.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 05, 2014, 12:56:16 AM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.

Yes I agree
Ok, I'll be writing to poloniex and other exchanges.  Please feel free to suggest where.  Thanks.

C-Cex are usually the most accommodating of new coins, once you get listed there it opens up possibilities for other exchanges.

Thanks, I'll try there also. Any other suggestions?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 05, 2014, 01:08:38 AM
Hi, I have written to C-Cex for listing.  https://c-cex.com/?id=vote#suggest

They are yet to put ozziecoin on the voting list but perhaps if other people suggest also, they will do this. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: biggus dickus on November 05, 2014, 01:11:34 AM
I just sold at a price 20000ozc 0.00000444 BTC / OZC in http://ozziecoin.com/market/default.php
I'm still waiting to be drawn and whether there is a change in the status of the market. I'll update you guys again 2-3 days.
 ;D ;D ;D

It's nice that it works. But I can't see this being a long term solution. It needs a proper exchange really.

Yes I agree
Ok, I'll be writing to poloniex and other exchanges.  Please feel free to suggest where.  Thanks.

https://comkort.com/ has 403 markets, so they might be worth trying.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on November 06, 2014, 03:28:11 PM
Hi, I have written to C-Cex for listing.  https://c-cex.com/?id=vote#suggest

They are yet to put ozziecoin on the voting list but perhaps if other people suggest also, they will do this. 

It's in the list now. Everyone can get voting


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 11, 2014, 09:42:19 AM
Hi, I have written to C-Cex for listing.  https://c-cex.com/?id=vote#suggest

They are yet to put ozziecoin on the voting list but perhaps if other people suggest also, they will do this. 

It's in the list now. Everyone can get voting

Bump.  Please vote to give the coin value: https://c-cex.com/?id=vote


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on November 11, 2014, 02:58:36 PM


http://i60.tinypic.com/20j4hs9.jpg

We are proud to announce to OzzieCoin community that we added OZC/BTC market on https://betasharex.com/

Enjoy safe and fast trading on our new generation Exchange platform.

We offer 2 Factor Authentication, low fees, wide range of cryptocoins, ICO escrowing, fast browsing and secure infrastructure.

Enjoy and come trading your Ozziecoins on https://betasharex.com/trade/OZC/BTC


Our contacts:

- Email: support@betasharex.com

- Twitter: https://twitter.com/BetaShareX

- IRC: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.freenode.net/BetaShareX

- Helpdesk: https://betasharex.freshdesk.com/

Have a nice day trading!

Great news! Thanks for that :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 12, 2014, 12:10:34 AM


http://i60.tinypic.com/20j4hs9.jpg

We are proud to announce to OzzieCoin community that we added OZC/BTC market on https://betasharex.com/

Enjoy safe and fast trading on our new generation Exchange platform.

We offer 2 Factor Authentication, low fees, wide range of cryptocoins, ICO escrowing, fast browsing and secure infrastructure.

Enjoy and come trading your Ozziecoins on https://betasharex.com/trade/OZC/BTC


Our contacts:

- Email: support@betasharex.com

- Twitter: https://twitter.com/BetaShareX

- IRC: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.freenode.net/BetaShareX

- Helpdesk: https://betasharex.freshdesk.com/

Have a nice day trading!

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 13, 2014, 04:52:42 AM
Calling all mining pools: Ozziecoin is now listed on an exchange: www.betasharesx.com.  We need new and more reliable pools for people to mine ozziecoins.  Thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: AleCrypt0 on November 14, 2014, 09:33:56 AM
Is this coin working? Github source give some errors while downloading the blockchain, giving "wrong proof of work" at block 115154 .

What's happening? Why is the block explorer keeping running new blocks and github source won't work?

Please help, OZC are also blocked on betasharex exchange.

Dev let us know something!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 14, 2014, 01:00:58 PM
Is this coin working? Github source give some errors while downloading the blockchain, giving "wrong proof of work" at block 115154 .

What's happening? Why is the block explorer keeping running new blocks and github source won't work?

Please help, OZC are also blocked on betasharex exchange.

Dev let us know something!

Yes, we believe working.  Let us look into it.  We're trying to replicate the issue that you experienced.  The block height on linux and win systems is the same. Have you tried clearing the chainstate?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 14, 2014, 01:53:42 PM
Hi, please download Github source again. We have just merged the pow-check branch to main branch.

Maybe you guys were running the main branch while explorer was running pow-check branch. Pow-check is the correct one and it was now pulled to main branch.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: CashFlow on November 14, 2014, 02:42:22 PM
new Windows wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 14, 2014, 02:48:55 PM
new Windows wallet?
Win wallet is functioning ok.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on November 15, 2014, 08:30:33 AM
Hi Ozzie,
It is good that you find exchange, but it is not working :( sad "Market for OZC is disabled" ? Can you gave us some info, and is there some pool where we can continue to mine OCZ ?

Thnx in advance ;)

Cheers


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 15, 2014, 11:27:22 AM
Hi Ozzie,
It is good that you find exchange, but it is not working :( sad "Market for OZC is disabled" ? Can you gave us some info, and is there some pool where we can continue to mine OCZ ?

Thnx in advance ;)

Cheers

Hi KingBB! We have found a problem yesterday that was fixed and we have talked to Betasharex guys. They need to recompile their wallet. I believe this will be back soon.

This problem is also causing problems on MAC wallets. They get stuck on block 115154. We will release a new version for MAC soon.

We used to have at least 2 pools "http://koinpool.com/ozziecoin-mining-pool/" and "https://www.minep.it/pool/ozc/". We are trying to contact them to check what's going on.

Anyway we intend to setup our own pool soon.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on November 15, 2014, 08:49:36 PM
Thnx Ozzie,
for the reply. I think that you should setup your pool. And if your coin survive it would be great coin. You survive 6-7 months without exchange, I think that tells something . Keep a good work,
Cheers ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 16, 2014, 01:07:42 AM
Thnx Ozzie,
for the reply. I think that you should setup your pool. And if your coin survive it would be great coin. You survive 6-7 months without exchange, I think that tells something . Keep a good work,
Cheers ;)

Thanks mate! We will setup our own pool and improve our own exchange to a proper exchange.

We are working on the new version of MAC wallet as well to fix the issue.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: esotericizm on November 16, 2014, 03:13:08 AM
what are the plans here? I might be pesuaded to help out with some development work.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on November 16, 2014, 10:44:44 AM
BetaShareX is back up:

"Support: OZC market is open"


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 16, 2014, 03:28:50 PM
BetaShareX is back up:

"Support: OZC market is open"

That's good news!!!!!  ;D

Our priority now is to setup a mining pool and recompile/release a new version of mac wallet. We are working on it!!

If anyone wants to join the team and help us we would appreciate. Just send us an email on admin@ozziecoin.com.

We are also working in a dynamic web page to show all statistics of the coin such as number of people registered and receiving the coin every 2 weeks, market cap, number of ozziecoins claimed, number of ozziecoins mined, etc...

Let us know any idea you guys might have to improve the coin.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: esotericizm on November 16, 2014, 03:40:53 PM
BetaShareX is back up:

"Support: OZC market is open"

That's good news!!!!!  ;D

Our priority now is to setup a mining pool and recompile/release a new version of mac wallet. We are working on it!!

If anyone wants to join the team and help us we would appreciate. Just send us an email on admin@ozziecoin.com.

We are also working in a dynamic web page to show all statistics of the coin such as number of people registered and receiving the coin every 2 weeks, market cap, number of ozziecoins claimed, number of ozziecoins mined, etc...

Let us know any idea you guys might have to improve the coin.



email sent.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on November 19, 2014, 01:30:25 PM
Thank you for the updates, Ozziecoin.

Unfortunately https://www.minep.it is still offline and therefore my 100K+ mined Ozziecoin's look to be lost  >:( >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: firefighters on November 27, 2014, 04:50:30 PM
00:39:49

getmininginfo


00:39:49

{
"blocks" : 123137,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.55221,
"errors" : "If you are having POW issues on linux please download main branch again from Github and recompile it",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 10380020,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

my OS is Window7 64bit.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 28, 2014, 06:41:56 AM
00:39:49

getmininginfo


00:39:49

{
"blocks" : 123137,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.55221,
"errors" : "If you are having POW issues on linux please download main branch again from Github and recompile it",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,ux
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 10380020,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

my OS is Window7 64bit.


This is just a message we have sent some time ago alerting linux wallet users that they should download the new version of the software. Some people complained they were stuck on block 115154 so this update fixed it. Windows wallets were not affected so you don't need to worry about this message. And as you can see you were on block 123137 at the moment of the screenshot.

We are aware that MAC users are also affected by this problem. But we haven't released a new version of a compiled MAC wallet yet. We are working on it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 28, 2014, 06:44:26 AM
Thank you for the updates, Ozziecoin.

Unfortunately https://www.minep.it is still offline and therefore my 100K+ mined Ozziecoin's look to be lost  >:( >:(

So sorry to hear that. We are working on our own mining pool. We will announce when ready.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Rubberduckie on November 28, 2014, 06:49:50 AM
I totally forgot about this coin!

Reading up now  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: AikaPool on November 28, 2014, 08:29:29 AM
Hi!
Only one working pool - http://aikapool.com/ozc

Please, change information in topic and "ozziecoin site".
Support a Ozziecoin! Start a mining! ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 29, 2014, 04:21:41 AM
Hi!
Only one working pool - http://aikapool.com/ozc

Please, change information in topic and "ozziecoin site".
Support a Ozziecoin! Start a mining! ;)

Done!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on December 03, 2014, 12:31:58 AM
Thank you for the updates, Ozziecoin.

Unfortunately https://www.minep.it is still offline and therefore my 100K+ mined Ozziecoin's look to be lost  >:( >:(

So sorry to hear that. We are working on our own mining pool. We will announce when ready.

Thank you for the update.

Was there any progress made with minep.it (that would allow OZC withdrawals), or should I just write that off as a loss?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on December 13, 2014, 04:25:55 AM
Thank you for the updates, Ozziecoin.

Unfortunately https://www.minep.it is still offline and therefore my 100K+ mined Ozziecoin's look to be lost  >:( >:(

So sorry to hear that. We are working on our own mining pool. We will announce when ready.

Thank you for the update.

Was there any progress made with minep.it (that would allow OZC withdrawals), or should I just write that off as a loss?

We were not able to contact these guys from minep.it. Sorry.

We don't have any control over the pools mate, as they are setup by people we don't even know. But we reimburse you 100k from our private coins we have been mining. I think the important thing now is to have the support of people like you to make the coin succeed. Please let us know your ozziecoin address.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on December 13, 2014, 04:47:21 AM
Hi guys,

We would like to hear your ideas to improve the coin and help us bringing more people to claim it.

We have at the moment around 300 people registered and earning 5,040,000 OZC every two weeks (around 18k OZC per person).

This is equivalent to 2 weeks of mining (625 OZC * 60 min/2.5min * 24hrs * 14 days). So, anyone with a Australian mobile number can register and earn 500 OZC and then earn 18k every 2 weeks.

If you stop and think this is an excellent distribution for the coin. I don't have the data, but i doubt bitcoin had 300 people mining the coin less than 1 year of existence.

At the moment we have been very busy and the biggest problem is time to dedicate to the coin. We are a team of 2 people only developing the coin and we have our jobs, family and many other things to do.

So anyone keen to help is welcome.

In our to do list at the moment we have:

- Compile a new wallet to MAC (the current one has a problem that stuck on block 115154).
- Improve the website
- Integrate Ozziecoin Market with Ozziecoin Panel. So people can claim, control and trade their ozziecoins
- Create a statistics page to show in real time number of people registered, market cap, etc

Let us know your thoughts.... any support and suggestion message is welcome. Useless posts will be deleted. We're still getting posts from people saying ozziecoin is a scam. We don't have any problem receiving this type of message, as long as it mentions why they think ozziecoin is a scam. So we can explain. Saying ozziecoin is a scam just because of the name "ozzie" is a useless post.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: AikaPool on December 15, 2014, 10:00:26 AM
I downloaded and compiled - https://github.com/ozziecoin/ozziecoin

New wallet wrote - If you are having POW issues on linux please download main branch again from Github and recompile it

Please, update wallet on GitHub!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on December 16, 2014, 07:30:09 AM
I downloaded and compiled - https://github.com/ozziecoin/ozziecoin

New wallet wrote - If you are having POW issues on linux please download main branch again from Github and recompile it

Please, update wallet on GitHub!

If you are not stuck on block 115154 (which means you dont have pow issues) you can ignore this message!

Current Mac wallet is facing this problem. We will realease a new version soon to fix it.





Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on December 23, 2014, 03:52:28 PM
Hi all,

New MAC Wallet is available at:
http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/Ozziecoin-Mac.dmg

The problem that was causing sync issues has been fixed.

Please let us know if you find any issue.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on December 30, 2014, 06:21:46 AM
Thank you for the updates, Ozziecoin.

Unfortunately https://www.minep.it is still offline and therefore my 100K+ mined Ozziecoin's look to be lost  >:( >:(

So sorry to hear that. We are working on our own mining pool. We will announce when ready.

Thank you for the update.

Was there any progress made with minep.it (that would allow OZC withdrawals), or should I just write that off as a loss?

We were not able to contact these guys from minep.it. Sorry.

We don't have any control over the pools mate, as they are setup by people we don't even know. But we reimburse you 100k from our private coins we have been mining. I think the important thing now is to have the support of people like you to make the coin succeed. Please let us know your ozziecoin address.

I completely understand, it's truly a shame as MineP.it had a lot of promise.

That would be appreciated, i've been watching this coin for a while now and was excited to be an early adopter/miner.
I've just downloaded the desktop wallet (previously all mined coins were in MineP.it so i'm unable to provide that address). The new wallet address is oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3

Thank you in advance.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on December 30, 2014, 09:46:53 AM
Thank you for the updates, Ozziecoin.

Unfortunately https://www.minep.it is still offline and therefore my 100K+ mined Ozziecoin's look to be lost  >:( >:(

So sorry to hear that. We are working on our own mining pool. We will announce when ready.

Thank you for the update.

Was there any progress made with minep.it (that would allow OZC withdrawals), or should I just write that off as a loss?

We were not able to contact these guys from minep.it. Sorry.

We don't have any control over the pools mate, as they are setup by people we don't even know. But we reimburse you 100k from our private coins we have been mining. I think the important thing now is to have the support of people like you to make the coin succeed. Please let us know your ozziecoin address.

I completely understand, it's truly a shame as MineP.it had a lot of promise.

That would be appreciated, i've been watching this coin for a while now and was excited to be an early adopter/miner.
I've just downloaded the desktop wallet (previously all mined coins were in MineP.it so i'm unable to provide that address). The new wallet address is oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3

Thank you in advance.


Can you confirm I can transfer coins to oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3?  Is this address under your control?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: xrnath on December 31, 2014, 01:54:09 AM
Can you confirm I can transfer coins to oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3?  Is this address under your control?

That's 100% correct. I downloaded, installed and synced the Windows version of the wallet yesterday. The new wallet address I generated is oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3

Thank you.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on December 31, 2014, 05:06:07 AM
Can you confirm I can transfer coins to oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3?  Is this address under your control?

That's 100% correct. I downloaded, installed and synced the Windows version of the wallet yesterday. The new wallet address I generated is oKigqMcqW7G5c9GAuAbtwqh84p2o4XtzS3

Thank you.

Done!!! Please check your balance!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: rustynailer on January 01, 2015, 10:05:33 AM
Good work guys the wallet is great and I filled it with my free coins that you sent me. 

A couple of questions,

How much longer is the free coin giveaway going to last?

The transactions seemed to work instantly, how did you do that?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: rustynailer on January 04, 2015, 10:30:21 AM

So is this not the place to ask questions, is there another forum somewhere with activity?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 04, 2015, 01:09:43 PM

So is this not the place to ask questions, is there another forum somewhere with activity?


Sorry the delay mate.

Yes. This is the right place to ask questions.

In regards the processing time of transactions, the only thing that we have changed compared to Bitcoin is that each block is created every 2.5 minutes in average. Bitcoin is created every 10 minutes.

The free coin giveaway will last until we distribute the total of 11.5 billions of pre-mined ozziecoins. At the moment we are giving 500 OZC to any person that register at ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php and then, every 2 weeks 5.04 millions OZC are distributed equally to all registered people. We must have with an Australian mobile number to be eligible. People overseas still can use it as an online wallet and transfer OZC through email or facebook.

We are open to hear any ideas and any suggestions you might have to accelerate the process.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 04, 2015, 01:26:01 PM

So is this not the place to ask questions, is there another forum somewhere with activity?


Sorry the delay mate.

Yes. This is the right place to ask questions.

In regards the processing time of transactions, the only thing that we have changed compared to Bitcoin is that each block is created every 2.5 minutes in average. Bitcoin is created every 10 minutes.

The free coin giveaway will last until we distribute the total of 11.5 billions of pre-mined ozziecoins. At the moment we are giving 500 OZC to any person that register at ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php and then, every 2 weeks 5.04 millions OZC are distributed equally to all registered people. We must have with an Australian mobile number to be eligible. People overseas still can use it as an online wallet and transfer OZC through email or facebook.

We are open to hear any ideas and any suggestions you might have to accelerate the process.

I forgot to explain why 5.04 millions every 2 weeks. This is exactly the amount of coins created every 2 weeks through mining. Given that:

- 625 OZC is the block reward.
- 2.5 minutes is the average time to have a block created.

625 OZC * 14 days * 24 hours * (3600 sec/hour / (2.5 minutes * 60 sec)) = 5,040,000 OZC

So every 2 weeks we have more 10,080,000 OZC in the market (5.04 M distributed + 5.04 mined). More 500 OZC given to new registrations.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: rustynailer on January 05, 2015, 12:41:20 PM
Cheers Ozziecoin,

I am a bit busy atm but I will try to learn a bit more about ozziecoin and I will help if I can.   :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 05, 2015, 12:56:21 PM
Cheers Ozziecoin,

I am a bit busy atm but I will try to learn a bit more about ozziecoin and I will help if I can.   :)


Any help or suggestion is welcome.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: rustynailer on January 05, 2015, 02:08:17 PM
Cheers Ozziecoin,

I am a bit busy atm but I will try to learn a bit more about ozziecoin and I will help if I can.   :)


Any help or suggestion is welcome.

Okay I haven't put much thought into it, but how about a giveaway/fundraiser to the bushfire victims in SA or any other disaster that happens in Aus


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 06, 2015, 03:22:04 AM
Cheers Ozziecoin,

I am a bit busy atm but I will try to learn a bit more about ozziecoin and I will help if I can.   :)


Any help or suggestion is welcome.

Okay I haven't put much thought into it, but how about a giveaway/fundraiser to the bushfire victims in SA or any other disaster that happens in Aus


That's a good idea. But we don't want to be responsible for collecting any money. What we could do is to create a place on Ozziecoin Panel (http://ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php) where people could upload receipts from Red Cross, Salvation Army, etc. So for each AU dollar donated we could give the equivalent in Ozziecoins considering Betasharex rate (https://betasharex.com/trade/OZC/BTC).


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on January 10, 2015, 10:07:21 PM
I have one question. Do you plan to go to some better exchange? This BETASHAREX is unresponsible. I have some problem, and ask them to solve that. They didn't solve that jet,and today is exactly 30 day from bigining of my problem. Last two weeks they don't answer on mails or support tickets page. All other exchanges where  I have same problem with login solved it in 24h.
So I really think that you need to find better exchange if you meen your coin to succeed.

Cheers and keep a good work



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 11, 2015, 12:43:22 PM
I have one question. Do you plan to go to some better exchange? This BETASHAREX is unresponsible. I have some problem, and ask them to solve that. They didn't solve that jet,and today is exactly 30 day from bigining of my problem. Last two weeks they don't answer on mails or support tickets page. All other exchanges where  I have same problem with login solved it in 24h.
So I really think that you need to find better exchange if you meen your coin to succeed.

Cheers and keep a good work



Yes! We are working to transform Ozziecoin Market into a really professional exchange. You will be able to buy and sell Ozzicoin, Bitcoin, and maybe even gold, silver and other currencies. We are checking the legal issues and how to guarantee the users that no fractional reserve is being used. We will update you guys soon with timelines.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: driedgrape on January 11, 2015, 12:59:14 PM
Is the wallet updated?   ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 11, 2015, 02:15:22 PM
Is the wallet updated?   ???

Yes. Windows and MAC wallet working fine.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on January 11, 2015, 09:46:56 PM
OK, super this is a great news.

Cheers !!!

 ;)


I have one question. Do you plan to go to some better exchange? This BETASHAREX is unresponsible. I have some problem, and ask them to solve that. They didn't solve that jet,and today is exactly 30 day from bigining of my problem. Last two weeks they don't answer on mails or support tickets page. All other exchanges where  I have same problem with login solved it in 24h.
So I really think that you need to find better exchange if you meen your coin to succeed.

Cheers and keep a good work



Yes! We are working to transform Ozziecoin Market into a really professional exchange. You will be able to buy and sell Ozzicoin, Bitcoin, and maybe even gold, silver and other currencies. We are checking the legal issues and how to guarantee the users that no fractional reserve is being used. We will update you guys soon with timelines.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on January 12, 2015, 09:53:03 PM
What is happened with Aika pool? Is there some pool for mining OZC ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: YoBit on January 12, 2015, 10:48:15 PM
Dear Forum Members!

OzzieCoin is listed on YoBit.net Exchange (free coins in chat):

English: https://yobit.net/en/trade/OZC/BTC
Chinese: https://yobit.net/cn/trade/OZC/BTC
Russian: https://yobit.net/ru/trade/OZC/BTC

Our topic on BitcoinTalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=914975.0


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 20, 2015, 01:05:01 PM
What is happened with Aika pool? Is there some pool for mining OZC ?

Hi! Not sure what happened to Aika. Isn't it working anymore?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on January 25, 2015, 10:15:03 PM
Aika works again. Everything isok now. I am glad that you go to new exchange. What is haopening with your exchange?

Cheers
B


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on January 28, 2015, 07:13:45 AM
Aika works again. Everything isok now. I am glad that you go to new exchange. What is haopening with your exchange?

Cheers
B

We are still working on our exchange. We just need more time. Meanwhile you can use https://yobit.net/en/trade/OZC/BTC.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on February 08, 2015, 06:20:38 AM
Just a remind that 5040000 OZC are divided among registered users at http://ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php every two weeks.

Dates of next rounds of Ozziecoins distribution:

8/02/2015
22/02/2015
8/03/2015
22/03/2015
5/04/2015
19/04/2015
3/05/2015
17/05/2015
31/05/2015
14/06/2015
28/06/2015

We have 301 users registered today (8/02/2015).


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: FXCI on February 09, 2015, 06:47:18 PM
I wonder - why the coin has no value?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on February 10, 2015, 03:37:32 AM
I wonder - why the coin has no value?

Because people are rightfully suspicious of pre-allocated coins, and Ozziecoin is pre-allocated by 50% of total coins. 

We are distributing the pre-allocated coins slowly at first, and if the user base grows we will accelerate it.

If the wider public actually starts using crypto and Aussie want to try a free digital coin first, they can use Ozziecoin and have a play before buying bitcoins. 

This is also why we tell people not to speculate on Ozziecoins.  We don't want anyone to lose any money.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Nthused on February 10, 2015, 04:42:27 AM
I wonder - why the coin has no value?

Because people are rightfully suspicious of pre-allocated coins, and Ozziecoin is pre-allocated by 50% of total coins.  

We are distributing the pre-allocated coins slowly at first, and if the user base grows we will accelerate it.

If the wider public actually starts using crypto and Aussie want to try a free digital coin first, they can use Ozziecoin and have a play before buying bitcoins.  

This is also why we tell people not to speculate on Ozziecoins.  We don't want anyone to lose any money.

I am an Australian myself and this coin IMHO has no reason to exist, a lot of Business and Services in Australia do accept Bitcoins & a lot more are gradually coming aboard.

Altcoins just aid in the way to make Bitcoin through "Playing the GAME" If you look into what the game is then you will understand why I chose not to write about it all as it is ever changing and ongoing in the way you play it, you gotta remember Bitcoin is the Big Boss in the Crypto Scene and everyone strives to get some/more through Mining/Investing.

The whole phone number thing to get Ozziecoins is ridiculous too as anyone can buy any Service Providers Prepaid Sim for $2, if you really are Australian you should know this already...

I am not saying anything to cause FUD intentionally but this is how I see it, if you were into mining you would acquire the most profitable hardware at the time for mining and mine the shit out of the most profitable coins and then dump them for all you could get to make your way to ROI.

Most if not all Australians that know about Bitcoin & Altcoins that want to make money do this, soon the X11 Series of algorithms will be cracked by ASIC's and then the scene will start using other different algorithms that will essentially start on CPU, then go to GPU and stay there for a while until ASIC's get adapted to them once again.

We have seen it go on for ages as it is basically the norm and how companies make money for potential gain by miners which is the "game we play" when it comes to how investors feel about offloading money into potentially big coins then dump when the price goes high, rinse and repeat.

Plus getting a CryptoCoin that is made in Australia recognized, your odds will be fairly low, look at our governments & media.

All this leads to the question "Why not Ozziecoin" ?

The above are the majority of the reasons but also it has Billions of coins (Too much in the game we are playing today) also the coin doesn't have any current incentive.

If you could find a way to improve/get around all these thing & maybe reboot I would perhaps look over the coin again.

Good luck in your endeavors.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on February 10, 2015, 11:40:15 PM
That's okay mate.  We didn't do this to make money purely but also to give ordinary people a way to try digital coin technology for free.

It was also fun learning about the tech.  And I'd rather speculators didn't drive the price up and crash it.

BTW: I think you don't realise the tech and IQ gap between tech savvy people such as yourself and the person on the street.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on February 15, 2015, 06:07:55 AM
AIKA pool dead again. Where to mine Ozzie ?

THnx
Cheers


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on February 15, 2015, 06:23:38 AM
I wonder - why the coin has no value?

Because people are rightfully suspicious of pre-allocated coins, and Ozziecoin is pre-allocated by 50% of total coins. 

We are distributing the pre-allocated coins slowly at first, and if the user base grows we will accelerate it.

If the wider public actually starts using crypto and Aussie want to try a free digital coin first, they can use Ozziecoin and have a play before buying bitcoins. 

This is also why we tell people not to speculate on Ozziecoins.  We don't want anyone to lose any money.

Regarding this, PLease, please , please dont put your coins on such ckind of exchnages "BetaShareX", I have just lost 10M OZC and about 0.2BTC, they just collect all coins and gone. Site still work, but no support , no answers, nothing. All transactions are frizzed. If you can finish your exchange, please do it. Or if you can manage to go to some well known and accepted exchange, like BITTREX, POLONIEX, ALLCOIN ...

Thnx in advance,

Regards !!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: CoreInternals on March 05, 2015, 05:44:58 AM
Just curious as to how you guys would feel about having ozziecoin as an accepted form of payment on an online store?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: dragonseer on March 26, 2015, 07:58:28 AM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: AikaPool on March 26, 2015, 09:14:23 AM
Pool work! http://aikapool.com/ozc (http://aikapool.com/ozc)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: CryptoClubber on March 27, 2015, 08:13:35 PM
You can now swap your coins for CCB


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on March 31, 2015, 09:39:45 AM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks

Yeah, we are still active!!!!! And yeah. This is a great idea. Feel free to include ozziecoin on the flyer so people can have the chance to see how cryptocurrencies work.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on March 31, 2015, 02:31:00 PM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks

Yeah, we are still active!!!!! And yeah. This is a great idea. Feel free to include ozziecoin on the flyer so people can have the chance to see how cryptocurrencies work.

im curious ...

where in australia are you? ...

how many developers are actually working on the coin? ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 04, 2015, 04:34:42 AM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks

Yeah, we are still active!!!!! And yeah. This is a great idea. Feel free to include ozziecoin on the flyer so people can have the chance to see how cryptocurrencies work.

im curious ...

where in australia are you? ...

how many developers are actually working on the coin? ...

#crysx

Perth. 1 Developer. Why does it matter?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: SecretsOfCrypto on April 04, 2015, 04:36:01 AM
"widely distributed". How do you plan to achieve this?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 04, 2015, 04:46:04 AM
"widely distributed". How do you plan to achieve this?

Simply register at ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php and claim your initial 500 OZC. And every 2 weeks 5.04 Millions OZCs are distributed among all registered people. This is exactly the amount of OZCs that can be mined over the same period. So you can mine, you can only register and gain coins and you can do both. Every 2 weeks we have 10.08 millions new coins in circulation.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: SecretsOfCrypto on April 04, 2015, 04:54:24 AM
"widely distributed". How do you plan to achieve this?

Simply register at ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php and claim your initial 500 OZC. And every 2 weeks 5.04 Millions OZCs are distributed among all registered people. This is exactly the amount of OZCs that can be mined over the same period. So you can mine, you can only register and gain coins and you can do both. Every 2 weeks we have 10.08 millions new coins in circulation.

Hmm strange method for distribution. I see how you don't need a miner anymore to get coins making access to the coins really easy. But how to you get people to sign up for the site? Whats the distribution like? thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 04, 2015, 05:02:00 AM
"widely distributed". How do you plan to achieve this?

Simply register at ozziecoin.com/faucet/default.php and claim your initial 500 OZC. And every 2 weeks 5.04 Millions OZCs are distributed among all registered people. This is exactly the amount of OZCs that can be mined over the same period. So you can mine, you can only register and gain coins and you can do both. Every 2 weeks we have 10.08 millions new coins in circulation.

Hmm strange method for distribution. I see how you don't need a miner anymore to get coins making access to the coins really easy. But how to you get people to sign up for the site? Whats the distribution like? thanks

It's not strange. It's just a way to make it widely distributed. And this distribution will not last forever. After the distribution is finished the only way to get coins is mining.

We have pre-mined 11.5 billions of OZCs to be distributed.

These coins are allocated on the following addresses (so you can audit):
oV5ctFnNZw8JZc6Xw8MSPVAbY8j4sghJR1
oJuEvpBVnweWSRoHeRMzy1S8conadX6iUH
oZF28qd4LpZtfQhDwyN6NzmahrKQfZ8P7W
oaH4nKihobaBRFwnxLaJMBVv3T2QfmfegN
ofeoUq1zJ9y3yLC7ouSEGiLTEfXqmiqctN
oPo45cBNivyRyxurRDntKzrS1srSWyD8M1

You just need an australian mobile number to claim and get the coins.

For your info the block reward is constant and it's 625 OZCs every 2.5 minutes.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on April 04, 2015, 05:12:29 AM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks

Yeah, we are still active!!!!! And yeah. This is a great idea. Feel free to include ozziecoin on the flyer so people can have the chance to see how cryptocurrencies work.

im curious ...

where in australia are you? ...

how many developers are actually working on the coin? ...

#crysx

Perth. 1 Developer. Why does it matter?

because im in australia also - adelaide ...

took over a coin myself - granitecoin ...

i think you have a very interesting concept ...

and there arent very many australians that do this ;) ...

it matters because EVERY coin could use some help ...

where do you mine these coins? ... i dont see any pools ...

tanx ...

btw - voted lamb chops for you ... :P ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on April 04, 2015, 12:08:12 PM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks

Yeah, we are still active!!!!! And yeah. This is a great idea. Feel free to include ozziecoin on the flyer so people can have the chance to see how cryptocurrencies work.

im curious ...

where in australia are you? ...

how many developers are actually working on the coin? ...

#crysx

Perth. 1 Developer. Why does it matter?

because im in australia also - adelaide ...

took over a coin myself - granitecoin ...

i think you have a very interesting concept ...

and there arent very many australians that do this ;) ...

it matters because EVERY coin could use some help ...

where do you mine these coins? ... i dont see any pools ...

tanx ...

btw - voted lamb chops for you ... :P ...

#crysx

Thanks for the lamb chops :)

There is an independent pool. See below:
http://aikapool.com/ozc/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on April 04, 2015, 02:25:44 PM
Just posting here to see if you are still active there Ozziecoin guys, I have a project launching with clear goals related to listing on the Australian stock exchange, so I thought of you guys. I'm looking at printing up some flyers and handing them out with instructions on how to make a deposit with Bitcoin and then 'redeem a code' that gives them another crypto payment in return. So I'm looking at either creating a new coin or re-purposing an existing one that accomplishes this purpose. It's easy enough for me to include a description of Ozziecoin on the same flyer so people can play around with this for no money out, and then make a better decision about whether to invest in a further crypto, send me a PM or post on the ANN board for TPC to work something out thanks

Yeah, we are still active!!!!! And yeah. This is a great idea. Feel free to include ozziecoin on the flyer so people can have the chance to see how cryptocurrencies work.

im curious ...

where in australia are you? ...

how many developers are actually working on the coin? ...

#crysx

Perth. 1 Developer. Why does it matter?

because im in australia also - adelaide ...

took over a coin myself - granitecoin ...

i think you have a very interesting concept ...

and there arent very many australians that do this ;) ...

it matters because EVERY coin could use some help ...

where do you mine these coins? ... i dont see any pools ...

tanx ...

btw - voted lamb chops for you ... :P ...

#crysx

Thanks for the lamb chops :)

There is an independent pool. See below:
http://aikapool.com/ozc/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

no problem - i prefer beef though :P ...

aaah - good ol aika ... really good guy ...

he set up a pool for granitecoin too a little while back ...

at least im assuming they is a 'he' ...

tanx for that - will setup a proxy to test mining on there next week after the break ...

and a happy easter to you mate ...

maybe one day we could work on something together ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Danz0r77 on April 10, 2015, 08:34:28 AM
I keep an eye on this coin. Bit of action on YoBit recently!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: dragonseer on April 12, 2015, 06:56:23 AM
Ozziecoin has a section! Glossy flyer design done for DL size, PM me if you want the PDF

http://s15.postimg.org/tvr8a96hn/flyer.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: sa_ddam213 on April 12, 2015, 11:26:45 AM
OZC block explorer added to Cryptopia
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=OZC


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: ozycash on May 01, 2015, 03:30:19 PM
500 coins for each ozzie?
most aussies know nothing about bitcoin, never mind all the rest of the crapcoins.
$3.30 to get a few coins that are worth less than i pay?
what a rip-off. a txt is anywhere from 10cents to 50cents!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on May 06, 2015, 03:27:22 AM
500 coins for each ozzie?
most aussies know nothing about bitcoin, never mind all the rest of the crapcoins.
$3.30 to get a few coins that are worth less than i pay?
what a rip-off. a txt is anywhere from 10cents to 50cents!

Thanks mate for your very useful post. But:

1) I think rip-off is what governments and central banks are doing to you.
2) You are not oblied to claim ozziecoins.
3) We are giving ozziecoins for free for more than 1 year now.
4) An SMS cost is around 50 cents. But do you think this is the only cost we have? What about servers? What about our time developing it?



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Nthused on May 06, 2015, 03:24:49 PM
SMS is free and unlimited nowadays in Australia for your mobile phones if you have credit, just like Unlimited calling & Social Media usage.

If you are SOL and really need to make a text you can use a Telstra payphone booth and pay 20cents you can also pay 50 cents per minute for mobile calls & 40 cents for as long has you like to local numbers.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: pc888 on May 06, 2015, 03:39:10 PM
Hi your welcome to list your coin on CryptoOz.com - create a group.


Title: Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: btcunt on July 21, 2015, 10:32:03 AM
yobits seeing a rise in forum mentions about ozc coin and its volume is increasing   :]


Title: Re: Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: TillKoeln on July 21, 2015, 10:36:02 AM
yobits seeing a rise in forum mentions about ozc coin and its volume is increasing   :]


so u say that i should invest my whole pocket Money ?

ok i will do

Price will go up to 1000 sat end of the week ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: DigitalCurrencyConsultant on August 28, 2015, 06:55:08 AM
Could we work out some kind of trading partnership? currency swap? alliance

http://020londoncoin.co.uk/ We are currently working inside London and around the world 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on August 28, 2015, 07:17:25 AM
Could we work out some kind of trading partnership? currency swap? alliance

http://020londoncoin.co.uk/ We are currently working inside London and around the world 

Yes. Send me an email on admin@ozziecoin.com.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: yudy on August 28, 2015, 08:32:03 AM
how much your share coin per claim in faucet distribution


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on August 29, 2015, 02:36:04 AM
how much your share coin per claim in faucet distribution

Hi Mate,

Actually we don't charge any fee from each claim.

The developer group has been allocated 6.9 Millions ozziecoins, comprising 0.03% of the total.

This compares well to other digital currencies that tend to allocate 1% or more to the development team.

So the total pre-mined is: 11.5 billions to be given away + 6.9 Millions to developers.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: fitinplace on November 10, 2015, 01:22:06 AM
hi OZC members, i had question about spec.

1.  Confirms received?
2.  Confirms rewards?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: TheInfidel on November 10, 2015, 01:32:58 AM
hi OZC members, i had question about spec.

1.  Confirms received?
2.  Confirms rewards?


Where are you digging up all the dead coins, is there a purpose?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Fedor on November 10, 2015, 07:18:56 AM
не подскажите почему бумажник озекоин не синхронезируется?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 10, 2015, 10:58:18 AM
Hi guys!

I have just created a dynamic page with real time statistics about ozziecoin distribution.

Have a look at http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1645.

You can see how many claims so far, total mined, total ozziecoins distributed, etc.

 


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: fitinplace on November 16, 2015, 11:51:23 PM
nice ozziecoin!  btw how many confirms before spending a received coin in qt wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 18, 2015, 05:56:58 AM
nice ozziecoin!  btw how many confirms before spending a received coin in qt wallet?

With one confirm you can spend it already!


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 18, 2015, 06:09:36 AM
nice ozziecoin!  btw how many confirms before spending a received coin in qt wallet?

I am not sure why you are asking this. But I have just found that the wallet of the Online Wallet was locked so no transfers could be done from there.

I have just unlocked that and all seems ok now.

That's why the last round of distribution failed last Sunday (15 Nov 2015). The distribution is being done now.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: fitinplace on November 19, 2015, 01:15:32 AM
nice ozziecoin!  btw how many confirms before spending a received coin in qt wallet?

With one confirm you can spend it already!
Wow 1 confirm! GJ Ozziecoin Team!  Look forward to further developments


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on February 02, 2016, 12:26:31 PM
Hi guys,

I haven't had time to dedicate to this project.

We need new people to take over the Ozziecoin project.

Please let me know if you are interested.



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on February 02, 2016, 12:34:07 PM
Hi guys,

I haven't had time to dedicate to this project.

We need new people to take over the Ozziecoin project.

Please let me know if you are interested.



pm me with what you are looking at doing mate ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: hkla241 on March 03, 2016, 06:18:15 PM
explorer die:

http://imgur.com/KyVN00D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on March 22, 2016, 02:21:46 AM
Hi All,

We are down for a few days but we will back in April.

The project is being handed over to Granite Coin developers and soon Ozziecoin will be back with an upgraded infrastructure, website, etc.

Thank you for all your support.

Regards,

Ozziecoin Developer


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on March 22, 2016, 09:01:10 AM
Hi All,

We are down for a few days but we will back in April.

The project is being handed over to Granite Coin developers and soon Ozziecoin will be back with an upgraded infrastructure, website, etc.

Thank you for all your support.

Regards,

Ozziecoin Developer

very much appreciated mate ...

there is already some infrastructure changes that have been done - and many more changes to come ...

you have been a HUGE help - and more of a colleague than a dev moving on from the coin ...

so much tanx for that - and all the help and information you have already provided ...

we hope to make some changes in the very near future to not only the coin - but the entire infrastructure - and adopt it as part of the granite ecosystem also ...

ive personally just purchased some ozc from yobit - and will be continuing to do so in the very near future ...

i hope that we dont lose touch - and that we may be able to stay colleagues ( if not actually work together ) in the future ...

ill be publishing this news in the granite thread also - so that we can move forward in a positive way - with grn and ozc working hand in hand ...

for the time being - i have a move ( a personal physical relocation ) that i need to make and finalize on the 28th of this month - which means not much else will happen with ozc over the next few weeks - except to stabilize and solidify the infrastructure with more seednodes - and a small change in the code base to hardcode these seednodes within the wallets ...

the git is currently here until we can organize the assimilation of the ozc git ( for those that want to compile their own wallet WITH the new seednodes hardcoded ) - https://github.com/chrysophylax69/ozziecoin ...

there are only the three seednodes at the moment - until the full assimilation / adoption - which will incorporate all 7 seednodes in the granite ecosystem ...

once again - tanx to ozziecoindev for all the help so far - and the help we will need in the very near future ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on March 22, 2016, 09:37:42 PM
Congrads!!! will be excited to see where this goes.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on March 22, 2016, 11:24:01 PM
Hi All,

We are down for a few days but we will back in April.

The project is being handed over to Granite Coin developers and soon Ozziecoin will be back with an upgraded infrastructure, website, etc.

Thank you for all your support.

Regards,

Ozziecoin Developer

very much appreciated mate ...

there is already some infrastructure changes that have been done - and many more changes to come ...

you have been a HUGE help - and more of a colleague than a dev moving on from the coin ...

so much tanx for that - and all the help and information you have already provided ...

we hope to make some changes in the very near future to not only the coin - but the entire infrastructure - and adopt it as part of the granite ecosystem also ...

ive personally just purchased some ozc from yobit - and will be continuing to do so in the very near future ...

i hope that we dont lose touch - and that we may be able to stay colleagues ( if not actually work together ) in the future ...

ill be publishing this news in the granite thread also - so that we can move forward in a positive way - with grn and ozc working hand in hand ...

for the time being - i have a move ( a personal physical relocation ) that i need to make and finalize on the 28th of this month - which means not much else will happen with ozc over the next few weeks - except to stabilize and solidify the infrastructure with more seednodes - and a small change in the code base to hardcode these seednodes within the wallets ...

the git is currently here until we can organize the assimilation of the ozc git ( for those that want to compile their own wallet WITH the new seednodes hardcoded ) - https://github.com/chrysophylax69/ozziecoin ...

there are only the three seednodes at the moment - until the full assimilation / adoption - which will incorporate all 7 seednodes in the granite ecosystem ...

once again - tanx to ozziecoindev for all the help so far - and the help we will need in the very near future ...

#crysx

This news seems to have had a positive impact on the price, up 250%  on yobit lol.

@ under 10 sats it has to be worth a go,


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on March 23, 2016, 12:13:28 AM
Hi All,

We are down for a few days but we will back in April.

The project is being handed over to Granite Coin developers and soon Ozziecoin will be back with an upgraded infrastructure, website, etc.

Thank you for all your support.

Regards,

Ozziecoin Developer

very much appreciated mate ...

there is already some infrastructure changes that have been done - and many more changes to come ...

you have been a HUGE help - and more of a colleague than a dev moving on from the coin ...

so much tanx for that - and all the help and information you have already provided ...

we hope to make some changes in the very near future to not only the coin - but the entire infrastructure - and adopt it as part of the granite ecosystem also ...

ive personally just purchased some ozc from yobit - and will be continuing to do so in the very near future ...

i hope that we dont lose touch - and that we may be able to stay colleagues ( if not actually work together ) in the future ...

ill be publishing this news in the granite thread also - so that we can move forward in a positive way - with grn and ozc working hand in hand ...

for the time being - i have a move ( a personal physical relocation ) that i need to make and finalize on the 28th of this month - which means not much else will happen with ozc over the next few weeks - except to stabilize and solidify the infrastructure with more seednodes - and a small change in the code base to hardcode these seednodes within the wallets ...

the git is currently here until we can organize the assimilation of the ozc git ( for those that want to compile their own wallet WITH the new seednodes hardcoded ) - https://github.com/chrysophylax69/ozziecoin ...

there are only the three seednodes at the moment - until the full assimilation / adoption - which will incorporate all 7 seednodes in the granite ecosystem ...

once again - tanx to ozziecoindev for all the help so far - and the help we will need in the very near future ...

#crysx

This news seems to have had a positive impact on the price, up 250%  on yobit lol.

@ under 10 sats it has to be worth a go,

hehehe ... you really are a funny guy ...

it was sitting at 1sat - and i bought at 2sat ... so who knows ...

the price is never my concern when i look at coins ... its what value they can bring to the table - and in the coming weeks and months - the work that will be done on ozc will be such that it brings value to the granite ecosystem ...

if price reflects that - then great - if not - then trading will be based again granite itself - as grn seems to be climbing slowly and steadily and organically ... as it has been planned since the beginning for granite ...

but there are a few plans in mind for ozc - and time will bring these plans to the surface ...

to buy now though - it is very cheap indeed ...

and trading hasnt even really begun ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on March 23, 2016, 04:53:51 AM
Thats not a bad turnaround  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on March 25, 2016, 05:05:19 AM
hi all ...

chrysophylax here ...

im messaging from this 'newbie' account 'crysx' because i have tried to log in to bct from the new premises - and failed miserably ...

due to my computer being a linux machine AND being fully encrypted AND having a password wallet that is fully encrypted - i only ever really need to know a few passwrds ( 16 in all ) ... one of the passwords ( and details as i later found out - due to the questions that bct ask for verification ) i did not alott to memory were those conatined in the personal encrypted wallet ... one of those was bitcointalk password and details ...

yesterday - i tried to log in unsucessfully with the wrong password ... the password is 3 years old - which as long as ive had the chrysophylax profile ... it also has made more than 3000posts and is a hero member - about to go to legendary in the coming weeks / months ... now before any of you carryo on about changing passwords regularly and all that - i agree and am totally devoted to changing 'simplistic' passwords ... not ones that require brute force with decryption algorithms and a farm of hash to crack the passwords ... so to move on with the story ...

more than all that - the chrysophylax profile is also is the authority profile for the granite thread AND the dbm thread ( the two projects i currenty have ) and was about to take control of the other coin we have just adopted - ozziecoin ...

when the unsuccessful attempt to log in was tried three times - i attempted to change passwords via email ...

the email was sent from bct to my email address - and i followed the instructions to the 'change password' link - only to have them as a private question - which i have forgotten the answer to also ...

i didnt think that was much of an issue - except that as soon as the submit button was clicked - i receieved the following message ...

Code:
An Error Has Occurred!

Sorry chrysophylax, you are banned from using this forum!
For security, your account has been locked. Email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com

now this shows three things ...

1 - the security measures that bct have in place are brief and not very descriptive ...
2 - the security measures that bct have in place are active ...
3 - the security measures that bct have in place work ...

now i proceeded to send an email to the above email address to theymos - and will see what happens in the following couple of days ... being an easter weekend - i would assume this may take a little more time so ill leave it till mid to end of next week ...

if i havent received a response by then - ill message mprep and see what suggestion he / she will advise of what can be done ...

a three year hero profile like mine should NEVER be allowed to go to waste ( as i know many of you have had profiles lost that are much older than that again ) - and there should be various countermeasures to allow the official owner of the account to prove themselves ( like knowing or remebering the last private messages before the lockout - which in my case was the 23rd march 2016 ) ...

but again - we will see what happens with the responses i get ...

i will keep you all informed of what happnes with this through this profile ive now started ( which is the short version of my name anyway ) ...

as for the update so far ...

the move is being finalized on the 28th march 2016 ( a couple of days away ) which means i will be on and offline here for the next few days - only to be completely offline for a few days while i set up house in the new premises ... this means that i will be only messaging when necessary - and any of those of you that needed my attention before this happened via pm ( there were about 7 pms in all - i only got to answer one ) will need to send a pm to this current profile - until i can resolve this issue with theymos ( and mprep if possible ) - to get back into my official profile ...

thefarm will be down and will not be back in to production until another residence for it can be found - and am currently in the process of looking for a small warehouse for its growth and redesign and development ... that will happen end of next week when i have personally settled into my ( partner and i ) new residence ...

i will be posting this message in all three forums that are granite based - AND - the mining forums i usually frequent ( like spmod and tpruvot thread ) ...

much appreciated for all your support thus far - and hope to be back online soon with my proper profile ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on March 25, 2016, 11:04:37 PM
Yeah your buggered if you lose your password here, this would be my 5th account by now I reakon


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on March 25, 2016, 11:56:50 PM
Yeah your buggered if you lose your password here, this would be my 5th account by now I reakon

that needs to change ...

or at least have a system setup so that the mods CAN give a reasonable response in a reasonable time frame ...

bct is one of the most widely used forums - and should have that sort of backup ... especially for long term members like myself ...

if they dont - someone ( hint ) may setup a forum that WILL have that sort of quick response and take a LOT of the communities away from them ... though bct is big enough to withstand most opposition anyway ...

i just hope they get back to me soon with an unlocked account and accessibility to my acccount so that i can change everything back to my passwords and ease of accessibility ...

at least it wasnt a hacker that was the issue here - just my stupidity ...

btw - im moving in two days time ... this means that by that by the end of next week i should be back online and have already started the ball rolling for the new ozziecoin website ( basic for now ) and server systems to restart the backend for the network and ozc ...

im also rearranging the way we are operating - and placing everything under one umbrella ... my mate will be helping me with that - as he has a company that registers all the domians AND hosts all the business side of the projects ...

this will all start end of next week ... when im more settled in the new place ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on March 29, 2016, 05:55:29 AM

Claim! (http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=413)



Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin

Equitable distribution | Simplified online accounts | Send ozziecoins via email | Introducing the Blockchain to Australians





Website: ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)

Launch date: ANZAC Day 12:00 EST 25 April 2014 - postponed to 8 PM EST 27 April 2014. Claims are now open: Claims (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php)

Introduction:
Bitcoin and altcoins are becoming more complex due to technological improvements. We've taken the deliberate step of making ozziecoins more accessible to the general public by introducing key features such as: equitable widespread distribution, simple online ozziecoin accounts, a mobile web app and sending ozziecoins via email. We believe it's critical that more Australians use Blockchain technology and realise the technology's potential to decentralise almost anything.

We've built an ozziecoin distribution zone to distribute ozziecoins widely and in an equitable manner. Registration on the site will be available at launch.

For those interested in the technical side of the protocol, the usual tools and functions remain available. Ozziecoin has been developed with important important safeguards in place including ASIC resistance, a cool hashing algorithm, time warp limitation, fast block difficulty retargeting and automatic checkpointing.

Ozziecoins are for micro transactions and research.  We leave the investment side to the more well established currencies such as bitcoin and Australian dollars. Our primary objective is to get Blockchain technology out into the wider Australian community. We would prefer if people did not speculate on ozziecoins.

We had a lot of help from Hiro, the developer of Hirocoin. He is a genius with the protocol.  We also would like to mention the developers of darkcoin and auroracoin because we've learnt many lessons from their experiences (though we have not had direct contact with them).  And of course we need to thank Satoshi Nakamoto for inventing the Blockchain, a truly remarkable piece of technology.

Key features:
  • Very widespread distribution to Australian residents: 500 ozziecoins per person
  • Valid Australian mobile required per claim
  • Nominal registration fee per claim
  • Intended for micro-transactions and research
  • Objective: to introduce blockchain technology to the wider Australian public
  • Simplified ozziecoin online accounts via the ozziecoin panel
  • Send ozziecoins to email addresses!
  • Send ozziecoins to facebook friends!
  • Basic Android web app for mobile phones
  • iPhones, we'll provide a link soon.
  • Structured distribution to manage volatility

Specifications:
  • Coin symbol: OZC
  • X11 hashing algorithm (lower power consumption and cooler GPUs)
  • Block time: 2.5 minutes
  • 625 ozziecoins per block
  • 23 Billion ozziecoins over 88 years
  • 11.5 Billion ozziecoins pre-allocated for distribution to Australian residents
  • Notional maximum of 1,000 ozziecoins per Australian resident
  • Addresses of pre-allocated ozziecoins to be published
  • Total claims to be independently verified
  • Min transaction fee: 0.0001 OZC
  • Difficulty retarget: DGW2
  • Automatic checkpointing
  • Client port: 39042, RPC port: 39052

Downloads:
  • Android Web App: download from Google Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wOzziecoin)
  • iPhone instructions: http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1281 (http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1281)
  • Windows wallet: download from http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/ozziecoin-setup-0.9.1.4.exe
  • Linux wallet: https://github.com/ozziecoin/ozziecoin
  • Mac wallet: http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/Ozziecoin-Mac.dmg
  • CPU miner windows: download from CPU (AVX AEX) or CPU (http://ozziecoin.com/index.php/resources)
  • GPU miner linux: compile from: https://github.com/prettyhatemachine/sph-sgminer
  • GPU miner windows: https://mega.co.nz/#!2JYXHDpD!OOiFOdsh5rnvk1zhz5niXENNzbgnw1UXwmFcicBzevI (https://mega.co.nz/#!2JYXHDpD!OOiFOdsh5rnvk1zhz5niXENNzbgnw1UXwmFcicBzevI)

Forums:
http://ozziecoin.com/?post_type=forum

Articles:
http://bitscan.com/articles/exclusive-the-new-digital-coin-sent-via-email

Pools:
http://ozziecoin.com/?topic=mining-pools

Explorer:
http://explorer.ozziecoin.com/chain/Ozziecoin (http://explorer.ozziecoin.com/chain/Ozziecoin)

Pre-allocated coin addresses
oV5ctFnNZw8JZc6Xw8MSPVAbY8j4sghJR1
oJuEvpBVnweWSRoHeRMzy1S8conadX6iUH
oZF28qd4LpZtfQhDwyN6NzmahrKQfZ8P7W
oaH4nKihobaBRFwnxLaJMBVv3T2QfmfegN
ofeoUq1zJ9y3yLC7ouSEGiLTEfXqmiqctN
oPo45cBNivyRyxurRDntKzrS1srSWyD8M1

Exchanges:
https://yobit.net/en/trade/OZC/BTC
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ozziecoin/

Note: Non helpful comments will be deleted so users don't have to read through pages of trolling. Useful inputs even if negative will be preserved. This is a thread for people who want to see Ozziecoin and Blockchain technology become widespread in the Australian community.
[/quote







I signed on to Yobit to buy this coin, I forgot how absurd an altcoin trollbox is  ::)

But got me looking over some random odd small alts to buy up nice and low and wait a few months.

A few things stuck out to me about OZC (which knowing it's been taken over is one of the more positive coins on there)  

But

23 billion coins is waayyy to many...

And 11 billion premined to be given out in 1k lots to Aussies ???  of which the uptake might be 50-100 people ?!?

What happened with rest of coins? will the parameters be changed if the Algo is? maybe a big coin burn to take it back to say 24 million? as in 1 for every Aussie?

Be interested to hear what your intention is for the coin, could be an uphill battle to break it above a single satoshi digit coin.   :o


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 01, 2016, 08:41:53 AM

Claim! (http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=413)



Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin

Equitable distribution | Simplified online accounts | Send ozziecoins via email | Introducing the Blockchain to Australians





Website: ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)

Launch date: ANZAC Day 12:00 EST 25 April 2014 - postponed to 8 PM EST 27 April 2014. Claims are now open: Claims (https://ozziecoin.com/faucet/register.php)

Introduction:
uᴉoɔʇᴉq and altcoins are becoming more complex due to technological improvements. We've taken the deliberate step of making ozziecoins more accessible to the general public by introducing key features such as: equitable widespread distribution, simple online ozziecoin accounts, a mobile web app and sending ozziecoins via email. We believe it's critical that more Australians use Blockchain technology and realise the technology's potential to decentralise almost anything.

We've built an ozziecoin distribution zone to distribute ozziecoins widely and in an equitable manner. Registration on the site will be available at launch.

For those interested in the technical side of the protocol, the usual tools and functions remain available. Ozziecoin has been developed with important important safeguards in place including ASIC resistance, a cool hashing algorithm, time warp limitation, fast block difficulty retargeting and automatic checkpointing.

Ozziecoins are for micro transactions and research.  We leave the investment side to the more well established currencies such as uᴉoɔʇᴉq and Australian dollars. Our primary objective is to get Blockchain technology out into the wider Australian community. We would prefer if people did not speculate on ozziecoins.

We had a lot of help from Hiro, the developer of Hirocoin. He is a genius with the protocol.  We also would like to mention the developers of darkcoin and auroracoin because we've learnt many lessons from their experiences (though we have not had direct contact with them).  And of course we need to thank Satoshi Nakamoto for inventing the Blockchain, a truly remarkable piece of technology.

Key features:
  • Very widespread distribution to Australian residents: 500 ozziecoins per person
  • Valid Australian mobile required per claim
  • Nominal registration fee per claim
  • Intended for micro-transactions and research
  • Objective: to introduce blockchain technology to the wider Australian public
  • Simplified ozziecoin online accounts via the ozziecoin panel
  • Send ozziecoins to email addresses!
  • Send ozziecoins to facebook friends!
  • Basic Android web app for mobile phones
  • iPhones, we'll provide a link soon.
  • Structured distribution to manage volatility

Specifications:
  • Coin symbol: OZC
  • X11 hashing algorithm (lower power consumption and cooler GPUs)
  • Block time: 2.5 minutes
  • 625 ozziecoins per block
  • 23 Billion ozziecoins over 88 years
  • 11.5 Billion ozziecoins pre-allocated for distribution to Australian residents
  • Notional maximum of 1,000 ozziecoins per Australian resident
  • Addresses of pre-allocated ozziecoins to be published
  • Total claims to be independently verified
  • Min transaction fee: 0.0001 OZC
  • Difficulty retarget: DGW2
  • Automatic checkpointing
  • Client port: 39042, RPC port: 39052

Downloads:
  • Android Web App: download from gle Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wOzzie[Suspicious link removed)
  • iPhone instructions: http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1281 (http://ozziecoin.com/?page_id=1281)
  • Windows wallet: download from http[Suspicious link removed]
  • Linux wallet: https://github.com/ozziecoin/ozziecoin
  • Mac wallet: http://ozziecoin.com/wp-content/uploads/Ozziecoin-Mac.dmg
  • CPU miner windows: download from CPU (AVX AEX) or CPU (http://ozziecoin.com/index.php/resources)
  • GPU miner linux: compile from: https://github.com/prettyhatemachine/sph-sgminer
  • GPU miner windows: https://mega.co.nz/#!2JYXHDpD!OOiFOdsh5rnvk1zhz5niXENNzbgnw1UXwmFcicBzevI (https://mega.co.nz/#!2JYXHDpD!OOiFOdsh5rnvk1zhz5niXENNzbgnw1UXwmFcicBzevI)

Forums:
http://ozziecoin.com/?post_type=forum

Articles:
http://bitscan.com/articles/exclusive-the-new-digital-coin-sent-via-email

Pools:
http://ozziecoin.com/?topic=mining-pools

Explorer:
http://explorer.ozziecoin.com/chain/Ozziecoin (http://explorer.ozziecoin.com/chain/Ozziecoin)

Pre-allocated coin addresses
oV5ctFnNZw8JZc6Xw8MSPVAbY8j4sghJR1
oJuEvpBVnweWSRoHeRMzy1S8conadX6iUH
oZF28qd4LpZtfQhDwyN6NzmahrKQfZ8P7W
oaH4nKihobaBRFwnxLaJMBVv3T2QfmfegN
ofeoUq1zJ9y3yLC7ouSEGiLTEfXqmiqctN
oPo45cBNivyRyxurRDntKzrS1srSWyD8M1

Exchanges:
https://yobit.net/en/trade/OZC/BTC
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ozziecoin/

Note: Non helpful comments will be deleted so users don't have to read through pages of trolling. Useful inputs even if negative will be preserved. This is a thread for people who want to see Ozziecoin and Blockchain technology become widespread in the Australian community.







I signed on to Yobit to buy this coin, I forgot how absurd an altcoin trollbox is  ::)

But got me looking over some random odd small alts to buy up nice and low and wait a few months.

A few things stuck out to me about OZC (which knowing it's been taken over is one of the more positive coins on there)  

But

23 billion coins is waayyy to many...

And 11 billion premined to be given out in 1k lots to Aussies ???  of which the uptake might be 50-100 people ?!?

What happened with rest of coins? will the parameters be changed if the Algo is? maybe a big coin burn to take it back to say 24 million? as in 1 for every Aussie?

Be interested to hear what your intention is for the coin, could be an uphill battle to break it above a single satoshi digit coin.   :o

hi thoth ...

ive only just logged in for a few minutes afters a WHOLE WEEK of moving due to one issue becoming a MAJOR problem ... ill go into more detail soon but for the time being - im just glad ive finally finished my move and need a well deserved rest ...

there are many things that i have looked at in a few areas for ozc - but i wont be doing anything until next week when i have some of the boxes have been opened an unpacked most of the office equipment so i can settle in and get my new desk built and organize the office once again ...

i STILL have not heard from theymos from bitcointalk regarding my old account - and it seems its showing that it has been active somewhere - so i may have it open on a phone or device that i may be able to access ...

if theymos does contact me back - ill try to connect with mprep regarding my old account ... ill focus more when im back in a less rushed way ... which should be in the following few days ...

will update then ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on April 01, 2016, 10:05:33 AM
Yeah I knew you were away, sounds rough.... LOL

could still be logged in through a phone for sure


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on April 01, 2016, 11:20:58 PM
Someone is pushing the price up,

Despite my best attempts.....

Well played  :'(






Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 02, 2016, 12:18:30 AM
Someone is pushing the price up,

Despite my best attempts.....

Well played  :'(






its not me mate ...

i bought my lot of ozc at 2sat and have spent no more btc since ...

moving has not only given me a broken back - but also an empty bank account ... and with thefarm down at the moment - i cant mine any coin to fill the coffers of the various coins ...

so whoever it is thats doing it - may see something in the coin ...

but further than price - the plans i have for the coin AND the integration into the grn ecosystem will be something that requires my full attention ... so over the next week - ill finalize the unpacking and the search for the new small warehouse for thefarm ...

so for the coming week - ill be very quiet concerning the coins and work on both grn and ozc ... but after this week - it will be a different story altogether ...

if i dont get my profile back ( as i have yet to hear from theymos or anyone from this forum ) ill look at other avenues at keeping updates and communication channels open ...

i must admit - im getting quite 'antsy' about the lack of communication from the moderators of bct ... especially for something as important as 'hero' and legendary' accounts ...

anyway - back to rest and then unpacking some more ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on April 02, 2016, 12:41:48 AM
Someone is pushing the price up,

Despite my best attempts.....

Well played  :'(






its not me mate ...

i bought my lot of ozc at 2sat and have spent no more btc since ...

moving has not only given me a broken back - but also an empty bank account ... and with thefarm down at the moment - i cant mine any coin to fill the coffers of the various coins ...

so whoever it is thats doing it - may see something in the coin ...

but further than price - the plans i have for the coin AND the integration into the grn ecosystem will be something that requires my full attention ... so over the next week - ill finalize the unpacking and the search for the new small warehouse for thefarm ...

so for the coming week - ill be very quiet concerning the coins and work on both grn and ozc ... but after this week - it will be a different story altogether ...

if i dont get my profile back ( as i have yet to hear from theymos or anyone from this forum ) ill look at other avenues at keeping updates and communication channels open ...

i must admit - im getting quite 'antsy' about the lack of communication from the moderators of bct ... especially for something as important as 'hero' and legendary' accounts ...

anyway - back to rest and then unpacking some more ...

#crysx


Ah good, it's not you I dumped like 10 mil on them and they gobbled it up then set higher buys  :-\ Had a good thing going all week soaking up all the 2 sat sells...

take your time, nothing good happens fast, I need a week to recover from moving normally, ghastly affair



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 03, 2016, 02:45:29 AM
Someone is pushing the price up,

Despite my best attempts.....

Well played  :'(






its not me mate ...

i bought my lot of ozc at 2sat and have spent no more btc since ...

moving has not only given me a broken back - but also an empty bank account ... and with thefarm down at the moment - i cant mine any coin to fill the coffers of the various coins ...

so whoever it is thats doing it - may see something in the coin ...

but further than price - the plans i have for the coin AND the integration into the grn ecosystem will be something that requires my full attention ... so over the next week - ill finalize the unpacking and the search for the new small warehouse for thefarm ...

so for the coming week - ill be very quiet concerning the coins and work on both grn and ozc ... but after this week - it will be a different story altogether ...

if i dont get my profile back ( as i have yet to hear from theymos or anyone from this forum ) ill look at other avenues at keeping updates and communication channels open ...

i must admit - im getting quite 'antsy' about the lack of communication from the moderators of bct ... especially for something as important as 'hero' and legendary' accounts ...

anyway - back to rest and then unpacking some more ...

#crysx


Ah good, it's not you I dumped like 10 mil on them and they gobbled it up then set higher buys  :-\ Had a good thing going all week soaking up all the 2 sat sells...

take your time, nothing good happens fast, I need a week to recover from moving normally, ghastly affair



all good mate ...

im accumulating a few for myself also ... and later this week - ill be setting up the new structure that i have planned and currently organized ( with my mate that registers domains and keeps the servers running through his datacenter ) ...

i think i will open a new thread for it also - to bring together all three projects ( dbm grn ozc ) under the one umbrella ...

found a candidate for thefarm - a nice 'small' warehouse ... will be looking at this warehouse very shortly ( next couple of days ) to gather what sort of electricity it has and whether it will be suitable for the growth of thefarm via the thegrid ...

still unpacking - and still no word from theymos ... ill be messaging mprep today - which i may get a response from ...

will keep everyone updated as to what happens - as i really want my chrysophylax profile back ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 04, 2016, 09:33:38 AM
hi all ...

a few changes in between unpacking and sorting ...

1 - the code for ozc has been migrated to my git and has had a couple of changes made to it ... alongside granite - ozc now has a total of ( the same ) 7 seednodes for sync and blockchain distribution ... these are full nodes - which are a service to the entire ozc network ... these seednodes have also been hardcoded and recompiled in each of the seeds - which means the new code also has all 7 seeds ...

the git here for granite - https://github.com/chrysophylax69/granite/ ...
the git here for ozc - https://github.com/chrysophylax69/ozziecoin/ ...

so those that are savvy with linux can compile immediately - and those that have windows experience compiling can setup up their own wallets from this new git ... for those that cant compile - no issues ... over the coming weeks - we will be organizing new wallets for you to download at your leisure ... you will also find that there is no hesitation with sync using these new wallets - which makes for an easier sync as you dont have to fiddle with the .conf files - unless you require it for a specific purpose ( like setting up your own node ) ...

2 - the block explorer that we have been testing and using for a few weeks now is available for public use ... tanx to fairglu for his expertise and dedication to his work ... we are now on cryptoid for our block explorers ...

granite - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/grn/ ...
ozziecoin - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/ ...

with ozc now being part of the granite ecosystem - over the coming months we will be making many changes ... not only to ozc - but also to the entire granite system itself ...

we already have plans underway to have all of the projects under one umbrella - and will be setting that side of the 'mother' site up over the coming weeks and months ...

so far - we currently have the following that we have been working on and will amalgamate into the one website for easier use ...

- granite project ( grn - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=718939 ) ...
- ozziecoin project ( ozc - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=578881 ) ...
- donation by mining project ( dbm - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1089744 ) ...
- granite shopping system ( which we will be setting up as a standalone - which accepts grn ozc btc aud usd eu ) ... grn aud and eu is working currently and we are working towards the other currencies ...
- thefarm ( utilizing thegrid ) which complements our projects through mining ...
- the new website ( granite currently - but will change to the new umbrella soon ) which will incorporate all of the above projects ...

a lot in store - and a lot more planned ...

but as with any of you that know how i work - it wont be just 'roadmaps' and 'pretty pictures' with promises of things happening 'tomorrow' or 'next week' ... we mean business and would rather bring the finished products rather than just 'talk' about them ... that can take time - and will certainly take an large effort on our part ... so be patient and always come back to see how the projects are progressing ...

ill publish this post to the other threads in a few minutes ( as this newbie profile is quite limiting ) ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on April 04, 2016, 09:50:27 AM



Cool I was waiting for a good explorer to mill over,

This is concerning though, so the wallet with 10 billion is for the free coins?

Then one more massive holder, (old dev?) then it looks like next 6 wallets are same person,

so like 2 people hold pretty much all of this coin outside of the premine for distribution.  :o

That cant be healthy,


Rank   Address   Amount   Percent of coins   Last Change
1   
ob3wfex6...
10,953,196,388.2 OZC   93.20 %   7 days 23 hours
2   
oNmunFtB...
103,250,000.0 OZC   0.88 %   26 days 20 hours
3   
oW6mhksY...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
4   
oUC7wExg...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
5   
oayyDFnt...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
6   
oY9Ay3SR...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
7   
oQu8Efya...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
8   
oMjbDRWn...
55,292,240.0 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 04, 2016, 10:08:55 AM



Cool I was waiting for a good explorer to mill over,

This is concerning though, so the wallet with 10 billion is for the free coins?

Then one more massive holder, (old dev?) then it looks like next 6 wallets are same person,

so like 2 people hold pretty much all of this coin outside of the premine for distribution.  :o

That cant be healthy,


Rank   Address   Amount   Percent of coins   Last Change
1   
ob3wfex6...
10,953,196,388.2 OZC   93.20 %   7 days 23 hours
2   
oNmunFtB...
103,250,000.0 OZC   0.88 %   26 days 20 hours
3   
oW6mhksY...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
4   
oUC7wExg...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
5   
oayyDFnt...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
6   
oY9Ay3SR...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
7   
oQu8Efya...
55,423,897.8 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours
8   
oMjbDRWn...
55,292,240.0 OZC   0.47 %   60 days 21 hours

hi thoth ...

the 10billion ( actually a little over - the rest are my coins ) have been transferred by the previous dev to my personal wallet ... im holding them there to consider what to do with this premine ...

that 103million is probably the old dev - maybe not ... i know he holds some coins and rightly so ... he started this whole project and mined enough for himself over a period of time ...

the other wallets with 55million in each is something i have no knowledge of ... at least - not yet ...

i have yet to get onto the server that holds the funds for the faucet and the devfund ( which is the same wallet as far as i know - but ill find out ) ... when i do get in - if those funds are there and available - i will transfer them to my personal wallet also - and include them in the premine ... i hold quite a few million coins in a few different wallets - as ive mined ( and still am to a very small hashrate currently due to thefarm being down ) but not as much as the these wallets suggest ... so i have no idea currently as to where these wallets are - and to who owns them ...

thoughts about the premine coins? ... do we still walk along the same line as the previous plan? ... or do we look at a different direction and plan ( with possible name change and rebase ) to move things along here for ozc ( which is becoming the more preferred of the options ive considered ) ...

in my hands ( and that of the previous dev also from what i can see ) - these coins will never be dumped ... the fact that i dont dump coins anyway - as one of the 'larger' miners this end of the globe - should be enough proof that the coins wont be ... in fact - im considering quite a few ways of 'dealing' with them ... i dont involve myself with a project to kill it - by dumping or otherwise ( which is how ( and when ) i started with granite ... from about 2sat - and everyone dumping it ) ...

suggestions and ideas are always welcome ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 20, 2016, 12:03:45 PM
hi all ...

just popping in to let you know that my team and i are working behind the scenes for the changes that are coming ...

granite and ozzicoin will be part of a larger group - and will become 'sister coins' in their development and changes that are coming for the both of them ...

the other projects are being moved under the one group also - and all this is happening currently ... it just takes time ...

ill be back soon to update again ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 27, 2016, 09:35:19 AM
hi all ...

just compiling all the data needed to change a few things here ...

this week is for my colation of data and ideas - while next week is to be able to change the system and start the components of ozc - including website and redevelopment ideas ...

redevelopment will happen when we get a clear picture of what we want to do with not only the coin - but the entire ozziecoin system - including algo and namechange and other thinsg that will affect the coin ...

the 10billion ozc coins left from the premine is of concern only if we keep them - and need to figure out what can be done with them ... i will be moving them to another wallet and storing them until we decide what can and will be done with them ...

i believe there is too many coins in the network - but burning coins will make it an unfair advantage for those holding a huge amount of coins ... so your suggestions to this end will be very welcomed ...

a new thread about to begin ( and will be a basic one if im the one doing it - but will be up ... look at the granite op ... point made? ) - and discussion over what will happen to both granite and ozc in the process of changeover ...

all is moving on my end - except for the way the bct mods are NOT handling my profile issue ... so a lot of these threads will be moved in the very near future to the new forum we have built - which is currently the granite forum but will be changed into an open forum for all threads crypto ... which includes ozc and others ( especially devs ) that wish to join and have an efficient and fair moderation ...

looking forward to a few changes to come ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: bison on April 27, 2016, 09:36:52 AM
your website its gone ..  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 27, 2016, 09:50:17 AM
your website its gone ..  ;D

i know ...

it has not been running since the takeover due to me not continuosly restarting the services on the system it resides on ...

that is a very archaic system - and requires a huge reconstruct ... too much in fact - that my team have been in the process of creating a new website on the same systems that granite are based ... similar to this - http://granitecoin.com/ ( even this site is getting a revamp - which is almost finished ) ... based on the same construct as sister websites with almost the same pages and modules - but under one umbrella ( the name of which ill release when all the legal components are finalized ) ...

the last dev is still in touch - and has not completely disappeared - so he and i have been in constant discussion over the systems that are currently running / not running ... his help has been phenomenal ... but this is however now all on my shoulders - and my responsibility to move this all forward ...  which is why i have decided that the cessation of the old site is to continue - until such time the new site is ready and available for publishing ... this will happen in the coming weeks ... i DO have access to the main profile here that he publishes normally from - but i will only use that profile ( ozziecoindev ) when public or general notices are required - and will continually publish from my 'own' profile ... currently 'crysx' as the bct mods have not acknowledged the bungle with my previous profile 'chrysophylax' ...

there are way too many changes in the backend to count - so they wont be listed here ... but they are being done - and time is the issue with all this ...

grn and ozc are being systematically incorporated into the new umbrella name - and now is becoming in place under the business also ... so there are many things that are required ( development and financial and legal ) that need to be finalized before this all happens ... once again - this takes time - and will be finalized in the coming weeks ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on April 27, 2016, 11:03:43 AM
your website its gone ..  ;D

i know ...

it has not been running since the takeover due to me not continuosly restarting the services on the system it resides on ...

that is a very archaic system - and requires a huge reconstruct ... too much in fact - that my team have been in the process of creating a new website on the same systems that granite are based ... similar to this - http://granitecoin.com/ ( even this site is getting a revamp - which is almost finished ) ... based on the same construct as sister websites with almost the same pages and modules - but under one umbrella ( the name of which ill release when all the legal components are finalized ) ...

the last dev is still in touch - and has not completely disappeared - so he and i have been in constant discussion over the systems that are currently running / not running ... his help has been phenomenal ... but this is however now all on my shoulders - and my responsibility to move this all forward ...  which is why i have decided that the cessation of the old site is to continue - until such time the new site is ready and available for publishing ... this will happen in the coming weeks ... i DO have access to the main profile here that he publishes normally from - but i will only use that profile ( ozziecoindev ) when public or general notices are required - and will continually publish from my 'own' profile ... currently 'crysx' as the bct mods have not acknowledged the bungle with my previous profile 'chrysophylax' ...

there are way too many changes in the backend to count - so they wont be listed here ... but they are being done - and time is the issue with all this ...

grn and ozc are being systematically incorporated into the new umbrella name - and now is becoming in place under the business also ... so there are many things that are required ( development and financial and legal ) that need to be finalized before this all happens ... once again - this takes time - and will be finalized in the coming weeks ...

#crysx


Shhhh,

I am still trying to buy at 1 satoshi, every now and then 2  :)


Just offer BCT mods BTC to address your issue I am sure .25 BTC will get it done right away.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 27, 2016, 12:29:02 PM
your website its gone ..  ;D

i know ...

it has not been running since the takeover due to me not continuosly restarting the services on the system it resides on ...

that is a very archaic system - and requires a huge reconstruct ... too much in fact - that my team have been in the process of creating a new website on the same systems that granite are based ... similar to this - http://granitecoin.com/ ( even this site is getting a revamp - which is almost finished ) ... based on the same construct as sister websites with almost the same pages and modules - but under one umbrella ( the name of which ill release when all the legal components are finalized ) ...

the last dev is still in touch - and has not completely disappeared - so he and i have been in constant discussion over the systems that are currently running / not running ... his help has been phenomenal ... but this is however now all on my shoulders - and my responsibility to move this all forward ...  which is why i have decided that the cessation of the old site is to continue - until such time the new site is ready and available for publishing ... this will happen in the coming weeks ... i DO have access to the main profile here that he publishes normally from - but i will only use that profile ( ozziecoindev ) when public or general notices are required - and will continually publish from my 'own' profile ... currently 'crysx' as the bct mods have not acknowledged the bungle with my previous profile 'chrysophylax' ...

there are way too many changes in the backend to count - so they wont be listed here ... but they are being done - and time is the issue with all this ...

grn and ozc are being systematically incorporated into the new umbrella name - and now is becoming in place under the business also ... so there are many things that are required ( development and financial and legal ) that need to be finalized before this all happens ... once again - this takes time - and will be finalized in the coming weeks ...

#crysx


Shhhh,

I am still trying to buy at 1 satoshi, every now and then 2  :)


Just offer BCT mods BTC to address your issue I am sure .25 BTC will get it done right away.

hehehe ...

you are a really funny bloke thoth ...

you can buy on yobit - and have always beena able to - at those prices for a while now ... lots of people dumping - which is why i have my coin stash as well ...

anyway - bct mods ... btc huh? ... well - where do i go and how do i go about it ... no mods have even returned my messages let alone offered anything like that ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on April 27, 2016, 12:38:55 PM
your website its gone ..  ;D

i know ...

it has not been running since the takeover due to me not continuosly restarting the services on the system it resides on ...

that is a very archaic system - and requires a huge reconstruct ... too much in fact - that my team have been in the process of creating a new website on the same systems that granite are based ... similar to this - http://granitecoin.com/ ( even this site is getting a revamp - which is almost finished ) ... based on the same construct as sister websites with almost the same pages and modules - but under one umbrella ( the name of which ill release when all the legal components are finalized ) ...

the last dev is still in touch - and has not completely disappeared - so he and i have been in constant discussion over the systems that are currently running / not running ... his help has been phenomenal ... but this is however now all on my shoulders - and my responsibility to move this all forward ...  which is why i have decided that the cessation of the old site is to continue - until such time the new site is ready and available for publishing ... this will happen in the coming weeks ... i DO have access to the main profile here that he publishes normally from - but i will only use that profile ( ozziecoindev ) when public or general notices are required - and will continually publish from my 'own' profile ... currently 'crysx' as the bct mods have not acknowledged the bungle with my previous profile 'chrysophylax' ...

there are way too many changes in the backend to count - so they wont be listed here ... but they are being done - and time is the issue with all this ...

grn and ozc are being systematically incorporated into the new umbrella name - and now is becoming in place under the business also ... so there are many things that are required ( development and financial and legal ) that need to be finalized before this all happens ... once again - this takes time - and will be finalized in the coming weeks ...

#crysx


Shhhh,

I am still trying to buy at 1 satoshi, every now and then 2  :)


Just offer BCT mods BTC to address your issue I am sure .25 BTC will get it done right away.

hehehe ...

you are a really funny bloke thoth ...

you can buy on yobit - and have always beena able to - at those prices for a while now ... lots of people dumping - which is why i have my coin stash as well ...

anyway - bct mods ... btc huh? ... well - where do i go and how do i go about it ... no mods have even returned my messages let alone offered anything like that ...

#crysx

They will return your message if you say you will pay them I imagine,
Start a thread about it, they are bound to see it.
Or
Maybe go to signature campaign thread, Mitchell and Shorena are active on it

Even send a small trans to Theymos wallet with note attached...



Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on April 27, 2016, 12:48:40 PM
your website its gone ..  ;D

i know ...

it has not been running since the takeover due to me not continuosly restarting the services on the system it resides on ...

that is a very archaic system - and requires a huge reconstruct ... too much in fact - that my team have been in the process of creating a new website on the same systems that granite are based ... similar to this - http://granitecoin.com/ ( even this site is getting a revamp - which is almost finished ) ... based on the same construct as sister websites with almost the same pages and modules - but under one umbrella ( the name of which ill release when all the legal components are finalized ) ...

the last dev is still in touch - and has not completely disappeared - so he and i have been in constant discussion over the systems that are currently running / not running ... his help has been phenomenal ... but this is however now all on my shoulders - and my responsibility to move this all forward ...  which is why i have decided that the cessation of the old site is to continue - until such time the new site is ready and available for publishing ... this will happen in the coming weeks ... i DO have access to the main profile here that he publishes normally from - but i will only use that profile ( ozziecoindev ) when public or general notices are required - and will continually publish from my 'own' profile ... currently 'crysx' as the bct mods have not acknowledged the bungle with my previous profile 'chrysophylax' ...

there are way too many changes in the backend to count - so they wont be listed here ... but they are being done - and time is the issue with all this ...

grn and ozc are being systematically incorporated into the new umbrella name - and now is becoming in place under the business also ... so there are many things that are required ( development and financial and legal ) that need to be finalized before this all happens ... once again - this takes time - and will be finalized in the coming weeks ...

#crysx


Shhhh,

I am still trying to buy at 1 satoshi, every now and then 2  :)


Just offer BCT mods BTC to address your issue I am sure .25 BTC will get it done right away.

hehehe ...

you are a really funny bloke thoth ...

you can buy on yobit - and have always beena able to - at those prices for a while now ... lots of people dumping - which is why i have my coin stash as well ...

anyway - bct mods ... btc huh? ... well - where do i go and how do i go about it ... no mods have even returned my messages let alone offered anything like that ...

#crysx

They will return your message if you say you will pay them I imagine,
Start a thread about it, they are bound to see it.
Or
Maybe go to signature campaign thread, Mitchell and Shorena are active on it

Even send a small trans to Theymos wallet with note attached...



i actually dont understand how to do either one to be honest ...

mitchell and shorena? ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on June 12, 2016, 01:37:17 PM
hi all ...

energy with style ...

thats what we will be bringing soon ...

digital dzyne ...

#crysx #ddz


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on June 21, 2016, 10:59:18 AM
hi all ...

doing some backend work on the infrastructure - we would like to invite all those who want to mine to test the new inhouse pools we have for our coin projects ...

the pool site is part of the new umbrella that will incorporate all the projects we currently have - and are working on and more will be added when we can ...

website menu ...

Code:
http://pool.granitecoin.com/ ...

so if there are those wishing to mine grn ozc don - please give the new pools a test and see how they perform ...

this is only one part of the infrastructure we are designing and developing for the entire ecosystem - but it is an integral one ...

details below ...

Code:
pool menu - http://pool.granitecoin.com/ ...
pool type - mpos ...
pool algorithms - x11 and scrypt ...
pool ports - 7000 ( grn - x11 ) 7001 ( ozc - x11 ) 7200 ( don - scrypt ) ...
pool fee - 0.7% ...
miner donation - starting at 0.7% but entirely at miners discretion ...

commandline address ...

Code:
grn - stratum+tcp://pool.granitecoin.com:7000/ -a x11 ...
ozc - stratum+tcp://pool.granitecoin.com:7001/ -a x11 ...
don - stratum+tcp://pool.granitecoin.com:7200/ -a scrypt ...


and as we have now been signed on as the official pool for goldblocks - it will be added to the official list of pools we have ...

as the mining demand for goldblocks has been overwhelming - there are two stratum ports for mining ... low difficulty stratum and high difficulty stratum ... for those mining using nicehash or miningrigrentals or any other high hash rental site - please use the hidiff stratum ... all others mining with gpu or asic with a lower hashrate - please use the low diff stratum ...

Code:
gb lodiff stratum setup - stratum+tcp://goldblocks.granitecoin.com:8000/ -a x11 ...
gb hidiff stratum setup - stratum+tcp://goldblocks.granitecoin.com:8500/ -a x11 ...

these commands obviously do not include any / all of the settings you would have to mine - so add accordingly to the miner that you use ... such as intensity settings and the like ...

this is the beta site - and as such the pools are in beta until we can test them all fully to make sure that they are responsive - stable - and always available ...

so far though - with the current state of test - all have been working well ...

as always - let us know if there are any issues - and we will attend to them as soon as humanly possible ... either here in the thread - or on irc on channel #digitaldzyne ... at least for the time being until we can organize a permanent place ( with the website being designed currently ) ...

happy mining ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on June 25, 2016, 05:12:40 AM
hi all ...

everything coming along smoothly ...

i will be away for a week or so - and pop in when i can - starting monday ... ill be in the process of setting thefarm - and organizing for it to be connected within the following two weeks ...

this means i will have no internet connectivity for that period of time - and will be doing nothing else but working on thefarm ...

so if there is any contact that is required - please pm or skype me ...

the development is underway for the projects we have - and will continue to do so ...

a toast to progress ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: subcrypto on June 25, 2016, 09:09:38 PM
Thanks for the update crysx.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on June 26, 2016, 08:57:54 AM
Thanks for the update crysx.

no worries subcrypto ...

there are some changes happening on an ecosystem basis - not just on a project basis ...

so the amalgamation of the projects under one umbrella should be finalized when i get back from thefarm rebuild ...

we also will be publishing all this on a new thread and new website - which is already planned and being developed ...

there is a tossup for the full redevelopment of the coins - or whether another method of commitment needs to be drawn for the development of the projects ...

granite and ozziecoin are no exception to this - and will be part of the new direction we are taking - one way or another ... we still havent decided as to what an how yet ...

that time will be due in the coming weeks ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on July 15, 2016, 08:12:37 AM
hi all ...

our new umbrella is setup and ready to go live when the website is finished ...

chain works industries ( cwi ) ...

a new thread will be setup also - and incorporate all the projects under one roof ...

if possible - i will ask mprep to lock these threads ( as i still have no access to the chrysophylax profile ) and run from the chain works industries thread ...

this will make updates and accessibility easier for all our projects ...

tanx for you continued patience and we will see you in the new thread when its all started in the coming weeks ...

we are live on irc if you have any questions prior to launch - #chainworksindustries ...

tanx again ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on July 16, 2016, 01:29:17 AM
hi all ...

our new umbrella is setup and ready to go live when the website is finished ...

chain works industries ( cwi ) ...

a new thread will be setup also - and incorporate all the projects under one roof ...

if possible - i will ask mprep to lock these threads ( as i still have no access to the chrysophylax profile ) and run from the chain works industries thread ...

this will make updates and accessibility easier for all our projects ...

tanx for you continued patience and we will see you in the new thread when its all started in the coming weeks ...

we are live on irc if you have any questions prior to launch - #chainworksindustries ...

tanx again ...

#crysx


Nice one. Cant wait to see where OZC goes


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on July 16, 2016, 05:19:47 AM
hi all ...

our new umbrella is setup and ready to go live when the website is finished ...

chain works industries ( cwi ) ...

a new thread will be setup also - and incorporate all the projects under one roof ...

if possible - i will ask mprep to lock these threads ( as i still have no access to the chrysophylax profile ) and run from the chain works industries thread ...

this will make updates and accessibility easier for all our projects ...

tanx for you continued patience and we will see you in the new thread when its all started in the coming weeks ...

we are live on irc if you have any questions prior to launch - #chainworksindustries ...

tanx again ...

#crysx


Nice one. Cant wait to see where OZC goes

in discussion now thoth ...

there are a number of routes we can take - but i lean more towards the simpler and cleaner way of doing things ...

which means the possibility of redevelopment - or a complete swap - or some other method of improvement for the coin and network ...

in the new thread - ill put it to the community and see ... but the core dev and i are discussing it at length now ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on July 20, 2016, 12:24:03 PM
hi all ...

so much on at the moment ... and so many thing starting to come together ...

in just a few weeks time we will see the fruits of our labour begin to take shape ...

im off tomorrow to finish the rest of the rebuild for thefarm - though the server will be its priority - so ill be away for a few days ...

though ill still be in touch via skype - my focus will be to get as much done as possible in the short period of time i have to finalize this - so i wont be online for too many hours at a time ... especially once we get all of thefarm running and fully accessible ...

some updates are occurring as we speak with granite - and the ecosystem is currently being built one module at a time ...

the new chain works industries ( cwi ) logo - graphics - website - and support infrastructure is also currently being built ... this includes ALL the seednodes and vps systems and servers and infrastructure - all dedicated and running through the new domain name http://chainworksindustries.com/ which is not currently active - but will be soon ...

the new cwi website will not only be the portal for all the projects we have running - but also the base for the information - stats - knowledgebase - and integrations of the entire cwi ecosystem ... as such - the site will be built incrementally as time goes on - but will have the basic features in full view - when the website is published on the domain in the coming weeks ...

granite itself will receive a massive upgrade in the longer term - but in the very near future will have all the smaller updates being applied as they get developed into the wallet and the code ... so a few updates will happen as shortly as a week or two away - and will continue to fix and add - to make the migration to the new code and new full redevelopment of granite as smooth as possible ...

all this will be revealed in detail as time allows - and incrementally as the new thread for cwi is created starting next week ...

an enormous amount of time and effort and money has gone into this - especially the infrastructure - to bring a system that is not only solid and stable - but simple to use also ...

we have already started work on the designs and systems to make this happen ... so time will show those results - and the projects we have like this one - will become integrated and work seamlessly together in a single simple system ...

from mining to buying - these projects will be units working in symbiosis - and as such will all become part of a larger ecosystem that works and performs as a single unit ... the result will become a seamless integration of different projects - in the one simple to use system which includes the granite wallet ...

now to focus on thefarm infrastructure and finalize the first stage of this mining system - so that it can become a massive unit of measure against any gpu ( possibly others down the road ) mining system in the world ... thats our plan anyway ...

dbm ( donate by mining ) and ozziecoin ( ozc ) - even though will have their own upgrades individually soon - are a part of the ecosystem ... and as such - will play an integral part ...

chain work industries - the story begins ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on August 13, 2016, 06:41:27 AM
hi all ...

a note to inform the community that the new granite wallet will be released very shortly ...

testing has conclusively proven that the backend code has been improved and reliable - and will be updated to github very soon ...

they are mainly technical changes - and mainly to prepare the codebase for a complete change ...

the windows and osx wallets will be prepared soon - and the links will be posted here when they are ready ...

the major change in this wallet version is the location of the wallet files - as the codebase has been changed to the standard naming convention .of 'granite' and lowercase ...

which also means that the wallet location will change from .GraniteCoin to .granite ...

this will be an easy conversion - and steps to do so will accompany the release of the wallet ... as will details of the other changes to this version of granite ...

the release will happen within the next week ...

and LOTS more coming in the near future ... especially the full rebase of granite on the new code - which we have decided will more than likely be based on the new dash code - with prepararions for some of our changes to boot ...

the new cwi website will begin in the following week also ... we have been very busy preparing all the backend - for the web designer to create the front end to ...

ozziecoin is a part of cwi now - and will be part of the development process also - whether it is separate from - or assimilated into - the granite and cwi network ... those holders of ozziecoin WILL benefit eitherway by further development or exchange to grn ... but this will take some time to get moving ...

so if you are mining and holding or trading - it benefit all of us when the time comes to make a decision as to which way we will move with this ...

tanx ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: desynct on August 19, 2016, 08:04:21 AM
what's the bloody pool or miner regularly pushing diff up and chain to a halt ?
so every time when i'm about to send a few coins i have to mine that shit


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on August 23, 2016, 12:42:18 AM
Hey Crysx

Do you have a CWI slack page? I see how OZC main idea was to give out free ones to all Aussies, I think that is still possible, I will just brain dump



So have a website where anyone in Aus can log on and put in a claim for 500 free OZC The site could have a bunch of advertising on it to pay for itself

They can them spend it at any hospitality establishment involved (second biggest industry)

So they will be able to buy a beer or something with it essentially for free.
It's not financialised until the business who received the OZC decides what to do either send them to a partnered exchange to sell

Or you create a freelance market whereas say a graphic designer can do up some promos for a pub for OZC
so the pub has promos for beer and the designer has beer money.

And of course being Straya everyone is happy with that.


I know this industry in Aus very well and there are new companies all the time trying to get restaurants on board for incentive promos and the like, Entertainer book, about 10 different apps and websites. you have to pay to be in and give big discounts to people coming in, you often make no money on the effort.

For the establishment it's all about getting people in the door, even if it costs them a 20% discount, I say do away with that and give them something that doesn't cost the establishment at all. they just have to agree to be onboard. they may even see the value and offer specials to get more OZC's in the door.

I imagine it could all be run by an app. And a sales rep I suppose.




Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on August 23, 2016, 01:36:46 AM
what's the bloody pool or miner regularly pushing diff up and chain to a halt ?
so every time when i'm about to send a few coins i have to mine that shit

hi desynct,

this was due to the massive hashrate hits that zpool ( mainly ) would push through its stratums at both granite and ozziecoin ...

this in turn drove the diff to record levels - then the hashrtae was moved elsewhere - and it was up to the 'regular' or 'smaller' miners to process the next block at a massive diff with a much smaller hashrate ...

this is NOT the fault of zpool - its just the way zpool works - as does most multicoin pools do ...

when i asked crackfoo / crackers to temporarily remove granite and ozziecoin from the mining list - he did so promptly and professionally - as a professional dev would ...

for the time being - they are still not back onto zpool - and we have been testing ( successfully i might add ) our own mpos pools that you can mine with ...

http://mpos.granitecoin.com/ ... which will all change to http://mpos.chainworksindustries.com/ ( which is NOT open yet - so it will bomb out if you click the link ) when all the components of cwi are finished and ready for public consumption ...

i have still placed the pools in alpha mode - but dont let that put you off as they are more than ready for public mining ... it is just a time factor now to sit down and change everything over to beta as the next stage for the addition of the high diff stratums are implemented for testing on each of the pools ...

alpha - initial testing and lodiff stratum active ...
beta - intensive testing and hidiff stratum active ...
production - full public open ...

for the moment - the only two full production pools that we have is the original granite pool ( http://grn-pool.granitecoin.com/ ) which still has bonuses and rewards for mining built in with no fee - BUT - will be closed very shortly for the official mpos pools on different servers and isp ( in preparation for our 'other' module we have been working on at cwi ) ... and goldblocks pool ( http://goldblocks.granitecoin.com/ ) which the goldblocks dev made the official pool for gb - and has fully functional lodiff and hidiff stratum mining active ...

with the smaller hashrates that granite and ozziecoin have been getting though - to go with a goliath like zpool - will mean that we will have the SAME issues with diff being skyrocketed ... until of course we have gigahashes of miners - then it becomes a very different animal altogether ...

in any case - that was many weeks ago - and the hashrate has settled in and around a few hundred megahashes - so the current diffs that you see for both granite and ozziecoin - should be around what the network is actually doing ...

let us know if you still have these issues ... or any others for that matter ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: desynct on August 23, 2016, 01:50:13 AM
crysx, of course i know zpool, and i could handle the subject when needed,
i'm talking about recently, after zpool removed ozc, smth else behaves the similar way


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on August 23, 2016, 01:58:48 AM
Hey Crysx

Do you have a CWI slack page? I see how OZC main idea was to give out free ones to all Aussies, I think that is still possible, I will just brain dump



So have a website where anyone in Aus can log on and put in a claim for 500 free OZC The site could have a bunch of advertising on it to pay for itself

They can them spend it at any hospitality establishment involved (second biggest industry)

So they will be able to buy a beer or something with it essentially for free.
It's not financialised until the business who received the OZC decides what to do either send them to a partnered exchange to sell

Or you create a freelance market whereas say a graphic designer can do up some promos for a pub for OZC
so the pub has promos for beer and the designer has beer money.

And of course being Straya everyone is happy with that.


I know this industry in Aus very well and there are new companies all the time trying to get restaurants on board for incentive promos and the like, Entertainer book, about 10 different apps and websites. you have to pay to be in and give big discounts to people coming in, you often make no money on the effort.

For the establishment it's all about getting people in the door, even if it costs them a 20% discount, I say do away with that and give them something that doesn't cost the establishment at all. they just have to agree to be onboard. they may even see the value and offer specials to get more OZC's in the door.

I imagine it could all be run by an app. And a sales rep I suppose.




hi thoth ...

as usual - you are full of ideas ... and good ones at that ...

firstly - no we do not have a slack channel ...

slack is a commercialized version of irc - and even though it works well - there had been no real interest in it when we opened the granite one ... so the reluctance to open another channel that will sit there and do nothing ( but still try and maintain it ) was not a favourable thing - especially for me now that im in queensland working more hours than i care to admit and cannot afford the eefort involved in maintaining anothe channel ... but it has been looked at - and may be again in the future IF the devs are in agreement ...

we looked at a number of things along those lines - but it all came down to some cost of some sort ... which is a fair thing - but the cost is usually on the shoulders of cwi and predominantly on my own ...

though your approach is a little better construed - yet i am a little confused about how to attract the vendors in the first place ...

there is some work with an exchange that is happening behind the scenes - but i have said nothing ( until now of course ) about it due to having absolutely no concrete deal with what may be happening with it - and whether it will surface or not ... i DO know that the dev that is building it - is a VERY reliable and honest one and is always true to his word and work ... but there is no definite word on what will happen to its construction or its work - let alone its completion ...

hence why the build of the cwi site - and all its modules ( especially theshop ) are the focus for the time being ... as wll as the flagship project ( granite ) ...

the idea has been toyed with - where we have a swap of ozc for grn - and ozc is assimilated into the cwi ecosystem in that way ... but the idea is only toyed with - and conversations of such things will take place in the cwi thread ...

at cwi - we are still three in 'theteam' ... but we have a few others that have devoted a great deal of time and development to cwi for the betterment of a few modules ... one main one being thefarm ... but more on that also in the cwi thread - and later when i have confirmed all that has been done ...

i may even get a personal mobile number - so that i am personally contactable by the devs worldwide and in australia ... but that again - is an idea and not something i have committed to as yet ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on August 23, 2016, 02:00:14 AM
crysx, of course i know zpool, and i could handle the subject when needed,
i'm talking about recently, after zpool removed ozc, smth else behaves the similar way

o ok ...

so you are saying that the same behavior is shown - even when there is no major hash being intermittently sent to grn and ozc? ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on August 24, 2016, 04:56:47 AM
A coin swap sounds good to I reakon 5 GRNS to 1 OZC  ::)

The idea would cost a mobile app, yeah so there is a definite cost, whether or not it could be offset by advertising on the give away page or not I am not sure,

Vendors would generally jump at a new way to get revenue and bums on seats, you could advertise in industry mags paying them in ozc and the coins they make can be spent on freelance market,  it is kind of a barter system in it's essence. but trading goods for labour.

to get vendors on board without having to pay someone to go physically do it could be a reward system say you get 5000 ozc if you manage to talk a local business into joining, and they leave a code you gave them upon signing on.

Fair enough on slack, it needs to be busy to make it worth it.

CWI is looking the goods, I think it's exciting no matter what way it goes.


I also have another idea, but it is super secret, not posting on the thread, as no-one has done it yet. 
But Australia is a perfect test case
  ;)

I will be up in QLD in sept, will have to see if your about, hammer some frozen daiquiris at conrads


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on August 26, 2016, 10:17:58 AM
A coin swap sounds good to I reakon 5 GRNS to 1 OZC  ::)

The idea would cost a mobile app, yeah so there is a definite cost, whether or not it could be offset by advertising on the give away page or not I am not sure,

Vendors would generally jump at a new way to get revenue and bums on seats, you could advertise in industry mags paying them in ozc and the coins they make can be spent on freelance market,  it is kind of a barter system in it's essence. but trading goods for labour.

to get vendors on board without having to pay someone to go physically do it could be a reward system say you get 5000 ozc if you manage to talk a local business into joining, and they leave a code you gave them upon signing on.

Fair enough on slack, it needs to be busy to make it worth it.

CWI is looking the goods, I think it's exciting no matter what way it goes.


I also have another idea, but it is super secret, not posting on the thread, as no-one has done it yet. 
But Australia is a perfect test case
  ;)

I will be up in QLD in sept, will have to see if your about, hammer some frozen daiquiris at conrads


some fair ideas there mate ...

but 5grn to 1ozc? ... stop drinking too much mate - its getting to your senses ... hehehe ...

i guess vendors always want something for nothing - but rarely every happens ... and when some actually do - they take it for granted that its free and carelessly abuse the system ... its been proven many times over - that if you actually get to PAY for an item - then you value it more than for free ...

but you do make some very good points - which can be discussed later ... though your secret ideas wont be - of course :) ...

i have only just closed the lease for a new place here - and moving a few things in for survival for the time being - tomorrow ...

next week - i fly back to adelaide - finish the packing my partner has been doing with the family - then driving the almost 2500km up to qld permanently ... this will start on the 1st september - and we will be back in qld on the 9th ( if the drive goes well ) ... we are moving permanently here - and will be settign up soon ... so in the coming weeks - will be settling a little better also ...

ill never airbnb here again - what a bloody tortutous painful 4weeks it has been ...

its gold coats holiday today and tonight - so no work - but signed lease and got the keys to the place for the next 12months ... fireworks going on outside - which i absolutely adore - but have no time as i want out of the bumhole of a place as soon as i can tomorrow morning to my own PEACEFUL and QUIET and PRIVATE pnew place ... oh the PRIVACY once again ... and the peaceful SLEEP i havent had for four long agonizing weeks ...

have i complained enough about this place yet? ... last night - then never look at it again ... airbnb my ass ...

BUT ... if the gold coast is where you will be later - i dont drink smoke or do any drugs - but ill be happy to share a bottle of coke or v with whatever you are drinking mate :) ...

cwi has been moving along nicely also - and im hoping that by the end of the year - we will be in full working order - gears in motion ...

ozziecoin has some workings in the mill at the moment - but granite is the flagship for cwi - and is being redeveloped first ... as mentioned - im in two minds yet as to what will happen with ozc - whether work alongside - or assimilated by - granite ... but for the time being - ozc is the experimental project - which will have all the exciting prototype features we want to mess with and use ... so it will be the one that gets the development ( stable ) last - but the first to test ...

thefarm is having a nice time with the stability testing of the new miner also ... very good progress so far ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on August 31, 2016, 11:43:35 PM
Hi All,
I was apsent too long :) I am glad that you guys take over OZC. Every respect for that. I saw that you put code to new location in GIT hub, but I don't know much about programming.  I want to ask you is there some new OZC wallet, because I can get my old walet in sync. It says that there is no network connection to OZC network?
I have locked my OZC in that old wallet that I had mined in past couple of years :(

Thnx in advance , and keep a good work.

Boyan


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: thoth-Atlantian on September 01, 2016, 12:20:44 AM
For coin Ad to 1ex. I only have RADS to vote for atm, GRN is a shoe in but I reakon OZC could get on there as well..
  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

https://1ex.trade/coins.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crypto-trade.net on September 17, 2016, 06:44:35 PM
We added your cryptocurrency.
With respect, the development team of Crypto-trade.
Crypto-Trade Official Announcement https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on September 30, 2016, 08:42:20 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)

much appreciated ...

although development will not be happening very quickly with the coin - ozziecoin will have the benefits of the infrastructure thats being built currently and WILL benefit from the eventual redevelopment ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: AikaPool on October 07, 2016, 07:46:17 PM
https://aikapool.com/ozc

http://aikapool.com/logo.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: dev-kevin on October 08, 2016, 01:09:25 AM
hi dev is any bounty for a website ?
check this http://cryptolottotoken.simplesite.com/  pm m if you need  :D

cheers


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on October 08, 2016, 03:34:44 AM
hi dev is any bounty for a website ?
check this http://cryptolottotoken.simplesite.com/  pm m if you need  :D

cheers

hi dev-kevin ...

not as yet - as we are still in the 'deciding' phase ... our focus is not on the coin as yet - so a lot of other things will have to wait also ...

we are looking at a number of development strategies - one of which is making the coin itself a 'devcoin' ...

tanx for the interest ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on October 11, 2016, 08:41:45 PM
Hi @Crysx
just pass by and want to say Hi :) I want to ask about linux or windwos wallet for OZC? Any news ? I have tried to compile with QT creator in linux, but it rise some errors. You told that you will build wallets for US that don't know much about compiling things :) And another one, will I be able to transfer my OZC from old wallet to that new one when you build it?

Thnx in advance
keep a good work
Cheers
B


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on October 12, 2016, 02:18:57 AM
Hi @Crysx
just pass by and want to say Hi :) I want to ask about linux or windwos wallet for OZC? Any news ? I have tried to compile with QT creator in linux, but it rise some errors. You told that you will build wallets for US that don't know much about compiling things :) And another one, will I be able to transfer my OZC from old wallet to that new one when you build it?

Thnx in advance
keep a good work
Cheers
B

hi kingbb ...

glad you popped in again :) ...

the windows wallets are placed in dropbox - but dropbox ALWAYS seems to have connection issues ... so as we are moving the entire project and thread to teh ChainWorks Industries system and thread - so will the repository and all downloads as well ... we will not be continuing with dropbox when its all finished ...

as for the current wallet - if you cannot compile it in linux on your machine - i will help as much as i can ...

i need to know what linux install you have and what errors you are getting - as well as how you are trying to compile the wallet ...

i have fedora 24 x64 - and also have qt4 and qt5 installed into this system ... this new fedora 24 comes standard with gcc61 and compiles VERY differently from the previous gcc53 versions ...

in any case - its a matter of figuring out what you are doing to compile - whether you have all the dependencies installed - and what errors you receive when you try and compile ...

this thread will be locked soon - so please take the questions to the main cwi thread ... it will 'seem' a little messy at first - but that is the thread that we will be running ALL the projects from ...

cwi - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601 ...

ill be updating all that need to in due time - as i have very little time currently ...

let us know ...

tanx ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: dennishh on October 16, 2016, 10:23:28 PM
Hi
i lost all my coins  (over 1M in total) in the online wallet, is there still a way to redeem them with my login details?


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on October 18, 2016, 02:40:22 AM
Hi
i lost all my coins  (over 1M in total) in the online wallet, is there still a way to redeem them with my login details?


im really sad to hear that mate ...

which online wallet? ... we dont promote nor market ANY online wallets currently ...

chainworks industries havent finished the builds of our systems - so we cannot endorse anything we know nothing about ...

unless the owners of that wallet system is willing to give you the funds back - then they are lost ...

if you supply ALL the details - i can do some research and see if there is any recourse to getting any of it back ...

short of that - we can nothing else ...

mine more - they are easy to mine currently and are worth nothing much ... so buying and mining are the only other options ...

if there is no proof of investment and loss - then we cant do much on our side here ...

unfortunately ANYONE can come here and make a statement like this - unless you have the proof to back it ... i cant chase it otherwise ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: KingBB on October 19, 2016, 11:20:52 PM
Hi @Crysx
just pass by and want to say Hi :) I want to ask about linux or windwos wallet for OZC? Any news ? I have tried to compile with QT creator in linux, but it rise some errors. You told that you will build wallets for US that don't know much about compiling things :) And another one, will I be able to transfer my OZC from old wallet to that new one when you build it?

Thnx in advance
keep a good work
Cheers
B

hi kingbb ...

glad you popped in again :) ...

the windows wallets are placed in dropbox - but dropbox ALWAYS seems to have connection issues ... so as we are moving the entire project and thread to teh ChainWorks Industries system and thread - so will the repository and all downloads as well ... we will not be continuing with dropbox when its all finished ...

as for the current wallet - if you cannot compile it in linux on your machine - i will help as much as i can ...

i need to know what linux install you have and what errors you are getting - as well as how you are trying to compile the wallet ...
currently
i have fedora 24 x64 - and also have qt4 and qt5 installed into this system ... this new fedora 24 comes standard with gcc61 and compiles VERY differently from the previous gcc53 versions ...

in any case - its a matter of figuring out what you are doing to compile - whether you have all the dependencies installed - and what errors you receive when you try and compile ...

this thread will be locked soon - so please take the questions to the main cwi thread ... it will 'seem' a little messy at first - but that is the thread that we will be running ALL the projects from ...

cwi - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601 ...

ill be updating all that need to in due time - as i have very little time currently ...

let us know ...

tanx ...

#crysx

Hi Crysx
Thnx for reply, I am usig Arch linux currently but seems you are in big  mess with project transfer and everything, I will not bother you  with this. I have some coins in Yobit and will trade with that for now. I am hoppiing that you will soon finish your transfer and that all will be available on new thread. I will wait a little, and will try once more to compile it by myself :) We'll be in touch ;)
Keep a good work,
thnx once again

Cheers


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on October 20, 2016, 12:45:18 AM
Hi @Crysx
just pass by and want to say Hi :) I want to ask about linux or windwos wallet for OZC? Any news ? I have tried to compile with QT creator in linux, but it rise some errors. You told that you will build wallets for US that don't know much about compiling things :) And another one, will I be able to transfer my OZC from old wallet to that new one when you build it?

Thnx in advance
keep a good work
Cheers
B

hi kingbb ...

glad you popped in again :) ...

the windows wallets are placed in dropbox - but dropbox ALWAYS seems to have connection issues ... so as we are moving the entire project and thread to teh ChainWorks Industries system and thread - so will the repository and all downloads as well ... we will not be continuing with dropbox when its all finished ...

as for the current wallet - if you cannot compile it in linux on your machine - i will help as much as i can ...

i need to know what linux install you have and what errors you are getting - as well as how you are trying to compile the wallet ...
currently
i have fedora 24 x64 - and also have qt4 and qt5 installed into this system ... this new fedora 24 comes standard with gcc61 and compiles VERY differently from the previous gcc53 versions ...

in any case - its a matter of figuring out what you are doing to compile - whether you have all the dependencies installed - and what errors you receive when you try and compile ...

this thread will be locked soon - so please take the questions to the main cwi thread ... it will 'seem' a little messy at first - but that is the thread that we will be running ALL the projects from ...

cwi - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601 ...

ill be updating all that need to in due time - as i have very little time currently ...

let us know ...

tanx ...

#crysx

Hi Crysx
Thnx for reply, I am usig Arch linux currently but seems you are in big  mess with project transfer and everything, I will not bother you  with this. I have some coins in Yobit and will trade with that for now. I am hoppiing that you will soon finish your transfer and that all will be available on new thread. I will wait a little, and will try once more to compile it by myself :) We'll be in touch ;)
Keep a good work,
thnx once again

Cheers


hi kingbb ...

the transfer is an ongoing process - and wont be finished anytime soon ...

so helping out will be my pleasure - and pretty much anything i can do - i will ...

i am unsure about the arch distro - but it should be very similar to that of debian based os - like ubuntu ...

i have fedora 24 x64 - and with a small tweak - i can get it compiled with the current gcc61 that fedora 24 x64 now uses ... prior to that fedora 23 x64 compiled without issue - especially if using qt4 ... though qt5 should work without issue also ...

this is old code - so it is prone to some tweaks to make it work ... granite is the focus currently - and when that is at a level im happy with - ozziecoin will be looked at - even though we are keeping the coin more on a 'prototype' level most of the time ... which means anything we need to implement will be tested and integrated on ozc first - unless of course we assimilate the coin altogether - in which case a swap is more than likely for granite ...

let me know the process and the errors - and ill help where i can ...

tanx ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on October 29, 2016, 12:20:48 PM
hi all ...

update - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg16720521#msg16720521 ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ozziecoin on November 01, 2016, 10:25:12 PM
Hi
i lost all my coins  (over 1M in total) in the online wallet, is there still a way to redeem them with my login details?


im really sad to hear that mate ...

which online wallet? ... we dont promote nor market ANY online wallets currently ...

chainworks industries havent finished the builds of our systems - so we cannot endorse anything we know nothing about ...

unless the owners of that wallet system is willing to give you the funds back - then they are lost ...

if you supply ALL the details - i can do some research and see if there is any recourse to getting any of it back ...

short of that - we can nothing else ...

mine more - they are easy to mine currently and are worth nothing much ... so buying and mining are the only other options ...

if there is no proof of investment and loss - then we cant do much on our side here ...

unfortunately ANYONE can come here and make a statement like this - unless you have the proof to back it ... i cant chase it otherwise ...

#crysx

Hi dennishh, I am Leo, the original creator of ozziecoin. I spoke to crysx yesterday about your question. As you know I have handed over the project to him. I guess you are talking about the faucet system where you could register, win ozziecoins and keep them online. If this is the one you are talking about we have good news for you. You didn't lose anything. I have all the system backed up and I will work with crysx to put it back online and them you will be able to get your coins back or keep controlling them online if you want.


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on November 05, 2016, 02:57:45 AM
Hi
i lost all my coins  (over 1M in total) in the online wallet, is there still a way to redeem them with my login details?


im really sad to hear that mate ...

which online wallet? ... we dont promote nor market ANY online wallets currently ...

chainworks industries havent finished the builds of our systems - so we cannot endorse anything we know nothing about ...

unless the owners of that wallet system is willing to give you the funds back - then they are lost ...

if you supply ALL the details - i can do some research and see if there is any recourse to getting any of it back ...

short of that - we can nothing else ...

mine more - they are easy to mine currently and are worth nothing much ... so buying and mining are the only other options ...

if there is no proof of investment and loss - then we cant do much on our side here ...

unfortunately ANYONE can come here and make a statement like this - unless you have the proof to back it ... i cant chase it otherwise ...

#crysx

Hi dennishh, I am Leo, the original creator of ozziecoin. I spoke to crysx yesterday about your question. As you know I have handed over the project to him. I guess you are talking about the faucet system where you could register, win ozziecoins and keep them online. If this is the one you are talking about we have good news for you. You didn't lose anything. I have all the system backed up and I will work with crysx to put it back online and them you will be able to get your coins back or keep controlling them online if you want.

tanx for the response leo ...

im organizing the system that will be hosting the faucet and website and databases this week ...

leo has made a backup of the original database and code he wrote - and kindly passed it on to get it running again on the cwi servers ...

with his help - we should have this back up and running as soon as it is humanly possible ... especially as its sitting on servers that have a different os to the original servers - so we expect that there 'may' be teething issues initially - until we iron them all out of course ...

also an update - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg16779646#msg16779646 ...

tanx ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on January 05, 2017, 09:26:25 AM
hi all ...

update - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg17404729#msg17404729 ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: crysx on January 14, 2017, 03:56:03 PM
hi all ...

update - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg17504136#msg17504136 ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Lucky7btc on January 26, 2017, 08:08:18 PM
I see OzzieCoin is getting a little action today on Yobit. Looks like its setting up for a nice pump


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Ravenclaw on January 26, 2017, 09:26:29 PM
Happy Australia Day!  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: Lucky7btc on January 26, 2017, 10:08:43 PM
Happy Australia Day!  :)

OZC hasn't move much. Maybe a dud lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2017, 03:47:46 AM
Happy Australia Day!  :)

hehehe ...

happy belated australia day :) ...

#crysx


Title: Re: [ANN] [0.9.1] Ozziecoin - Australia's first widely distributed digital coin
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2017, 03:53:04 AM
Happy Australia Day!  :)

OZC hasn't move much. Maybe a dud lol

you are correct ...

we havent moved much on the development of the coin - as its our experimental coin currently ...

the cwi infrastructure and setup is still going - and we will be moving this thread to the cwi thread sometime soon also ...

i have finally got my original profile back ( this one ) and will need to make a number of changes to both threads and posts ... but i can assure you that we will be moving ( albeit slowly ) towards a better system of development soon ...

for the mean time - we have created the official pool - if you wish to continue mining ozc ...


the main pool page ...
http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/ ...

direct pool page ...
http://pool.chainsworksindustries/ozc/ ...

mining setup paramater ...
stratum+tcp://pool.chainworksindustries.com:7001/ ...

tanx ...

#crysx