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1  Other / Off-topic / Quantum locking with a superconductor [CRAZY] on: November 18, 2012, 02:52:00 PM

I Just got my mind blown away:

Quantum locking is a way of storing magnetic energy in a superconductor. This force is so huge, 2mm dish of the superconductor material can carry i1000 kilgram. Seriously cool.

2  Economy / Trading Discussion / Tip: accepting paypal more safely! on: October 20, 2012, 01:32:03 PM

It seems that a lot of people are having problems with chargebacks on paypal.
In most cases you will lose the dispute and the scammer will win.

Golden tip:
1. Accept the payment as GOODS. (Not as gift or anything else, ask them to pay you as if they bought a good).
2. Make them go to the payment page and make them click the  "confirm receipt" button.

-> So the buyer says that he has received his item.

When the user/scammer opens a dispute you can simply bring up that they have clicked the "confirm receipt" button and that they have received their goods.

PS: They can bring up a dispute under the catergory "item is not as described" but you'll have to prove them otherwise then.
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Crossing borders: with a lot of money? on: October 19, 2012, 09:01:21 PM

I've been reading upon crossing the borders with money lately.
I'm trying to inform myself about the laws and regulations about the transport of money.

From what I've read, there is a maximum of 10,000  that you can transport over the borders WITHOUT registering it first.
(This is a regulations withing Europe)

I understand that in some way this is to prevent illicit activities etc, but it's hard to believe (for me) that you can't transport your own fucking money without telling the government.

Does anyone have more input on this subject (laws, regulations?)

4  Economy / Trading Discussion / Implementing bitcoin: retrieving the value? on: October 13, 2012, 10:42:53 AM

I would like your input on this subject.

If you were to sell goods and accept bitcoins for it, what would be the best way to retrieve the optimal value $/bitcoin?

MtGox is trading at (Weighted Avg:) $12.03129
While others like FastCash4Bitcoins is buying at $11.46

I was thinking of storing the weighted avg into a database (each six hour period) for a week long, and calculate a stable price from that to accept bitcoins with.

- Flowz
5  Other / Off-topic / Awesome Projects: The List! on: October 03, 2012, 08:52:36 PM
Well I think we should make a list of all awesome projects that are going on!

  • Bitcoin - & - A digital decentralized currency
  • Arduino - - Extensible, open source programable microcontroller, you can do A LOT with Arduino, the possibilities are infinite.
  • JMEMantzel - & - Built his own house (geodesmic dome) in the woods on a mountain! And then built a workshop (which is actually a airplane hangar) there too. He builds a giant spider robot in that workshop and he also works on a small toy version of it for a company.
  • RepRap - - [DIY] a 3D printer that you can make yourself, certainly worth to check out!
  • Ripple - - A decentralized payment network
  • Open Source Ecology - - Open source heavy machinery for agriculture, construction and for building a small civilization.
  • Raspberry Pi - - A very small and cheap  (25$) computer which is able to run linux! It uses an HDMI or RCA outlet to a TV as monitor.
  • The 10,000 Year Clock - - A big-ass clock that will lasy for 10,000 years which is mounted into a mountain
  • 100 Year Starship - - A project dedicated to space exploration beyond our solar system
  • Icarus Interstellar - - Exploring the Universe: Multiple Projects going on there!
  • DIASPORA* - - DIASPORA* is a free personal web server that implements a distributed social networking service. Installations of the software form nodes (termed "pods") which make up the distributed Diaspora social network.
  • Friendica - - Somebody has to stand up for the people of the Internet. This is why the Friendica Project exists. Friendica is our alternative to those "creepy" social networks.
  • RetroShare - - RetroShare is free software for encrypted, serverless email, Instant messaging, BBS and filesharing based on a friend-to-friend network built on GPG.
  • Internet Archive Wayback Machine - - Browse archived web pages.
  • Coursera - - Courses available online.
  • Free State Project - - concentrating liberty lovers in one place so they can actually try to live free
  • Shire Sharing - - voluntary charity (currently working on collecting donations for Thanksgiving, accepts bitcoins and Shire Silver)
  • Shire Society - - voluntary society
  • Shire Silver - - public domain physical precious metals for anonymous in-person trading.
  • TED -
  • Kahn Academy -
6  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Loadbalancing a pool? on: July 07, 2012, 07:37:07 AM
So I am currently running a pool, and I noticed that the CPU-usage is pretty high (shit hitting the fan 360%) under a load > 20GH/s.
I came to the asssumption that they must use load-balancing to spread the miners over multiple hosts.

1. Is it correct, that big pools use loadbalancing?

7  Bitcoin / Mining support / Ufasoft Miner - Proxy support? on: June 15, 2012, 03:34:18 PM
I am trying to get the proxy function of ufasoft to working but I am Huh
I set up CCProxy to test it out on my local machine, and that's working out great.
The miner successfully connects to the proxy (CCProxy says it connected) and when I get back to the miner, it gives me the 403 forbidden error code?
Has anyone expermintated with these functions?

I'm retarded, I entered in the wrong password, explains the whole forbidden access.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Pushpoold MySQL Tables & Columns Query! SQL Template on: July 23, 2011, 10:31:39 AM
This is the sql file if you're only going to run the BACK-END (pushpool) of a pool, you don't need this one i you're going to install a front-end like MiningFarm.

I haven't found ANY 'sql' template for it so here are the queries to get the database working:
I already added one worker: with the username 'test and password 'test'.
Save it as: 'somethingyouwant.sql' and then import it in your database!
Make sure to start with a clean/empty database!
-- phpMyAdmin SQL Dump
-- version
-- Machine: localhost
-- Genereertijd: 23 Jul 2011 om 06:28
-- Serverversie: 5.0.92
-- PHP-Versie: 5.2.6


/*!40101 SET NAMES utf8 */;

  `username` varchar(50) NOT NULL,
  `password` varchar(255) NOT NULL

INSERT INTO `pool_worker` (`username`, `password`) VALUES
('test', 'test');

  `id` bigint(30) NOT NULL auto_increment,
  `time` int(4) NOT NULL,
  `rem_host` varchar(255) NOT NULL,
  `username` varchar(120) NOT NULL,
  `our_result` enum('Y','N') NOT NULL,
  `upstream_result` enum('Y','N') default NULL,
  `reason` varchar(50) default NULL,
  `solution` varchar(257) NOT NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY  (`id`)
Corrections by: dikidera & Viceroy.

This SQL dump is also a fix to the following error:
Listening on host :: port 8342
Listening on host :: port 8347
Listening on host :: port 8344
Listening on host port 8338
mysql sharelog failed at execute
shutting down
Use the above SQL template to fix the above error!

Donations are welcome!
9  Other / Beginners & Help / [FIXED!] I need some help with pushpoold! [fails to start up] on: July 22, 2011, 07:36:52 PM
Fixed, these were all mistakes by the cause of typos. I used my DNS (the VPS) instead of the IP. I also used my domain as remote host of the MySQL server instead of the IP! So don't use domain or DNS's like:
( or to point to the servers, only use IP's.

A tip to all: make sure you check everything is correct, servers match, username of bitcoin and mysql match, passwords match with the correct usernames!

Whenever I start up pushpool( # ./pushpoold -E -F )
I get the following output:
# ./pushpoold -E -F
Listening on host :: port 8342
Listening on host :: port 8347
Listening on host :: port 8344
Listening on host port 8338
As you can see, it doesn't say 'initialized' or anything and it stops the server.

My remote server:

My MySQL tables:

My MySQL columns:

My server.json

   # network ports
   "listen" : [
      # binary protocol (default), port 8342
      { "port" : 8342 },

      # HTTP JSON-RPC protocol, port 8341
      { "port" : 8347, "protocol" : "http-json" },

      # HTTP JSON-RPC protocol, port 8344,
      # r
      { "port" : 8344, "protocol" : "http-json",
        "proxy" : "" },

      # binary protocol, localhost-only port 8338
      # host is most likely your localhost address
      { "host" : "", "port" : 8338, "protocol" : "binary" }

   # database settings
   "database" : {
      "engine" : "mysql",

      "host" : "myremotehost",

      "port" : 3306,

      #database name
      "name" : "correctdatabasename",
      #database username
      "username" : "correctusername",
      #database password
      "password" : "correctpassword",
      #enable sharelog | to insert share data or sometimes known
      "sharelog" : true,
      "stmt.pwdb":"SELECT password FROM pool_worker WHERE username = ?",
    "stmt.sharelog":"INSERT INTO shares (rem_host, username, our_result, upstream_result, reason, solution) VALUES (?, ?, ?$


   #uncoment this when you want to use memcached (Recommended for
   # cache settings
   "memcached" : {
      "servers" : [
         { "host" : "", "port" : 11211 }

   "pid" : "/tmp/",

   # overrides local hostname detection
   "forcehost" : "localhost.localdomain",

   "log.requests" : "/tmp/request.log",
   "log.shares" : "/tmp/shares.log",

   # the server assumes longpolling (w/ SIGUSR1 called for each blk)
   "longpoll.disable" : false,

   # length of time to cache username/password credentials, in seconds
   "auth.cred_cache.expire" : 75,

   # RPC settings
   #Bitcoind Protocal settings
   #Host were bitcoind can be found on the network
   "rpc.url" : "",
   #Username & password to connect to bitcoind
   "rpc.user" : "correctusername",
   "rpc.pass" : "correctpassword",

   # rewrite returned 'target' to difficulty-1?
   "" : true

Edit one: Ok it seemt that my server.json host was wrong, I fixed it.
Edit two: The passwords of server.json and bitcoin.conf didn't matched, I fixed it.
Edit three: Okay, these were all mistakes by the cause of typos. I used my DNS (the VPS) instead of the IP. I also used my domain as remote host of the MySQL server instead of the IP!

10  Other / Beginners & Help / [CentOS] Bitcoind prints out some errors! help! on: July 20, 2011, 07:47:04 AM
./bitcoind: /usr/lib/ version `GLIBCXX_3.4.11' not found (required by ./bitcoind)
./bitcoind: /usr/lib/ version `GLIBCXX_3.4.9' not found (required by ./bitcoind)
./bitcoind: /lib/ version `GLIBC_2.7' not found (required by ./bitcoind)
./bitcoind: /lib/ version `GLIBC_2.11' not found (required by ./bitcoind)

I did a rpm search and this popped up:
[root@vps 32]# rpm -q glibc

I need to upgrade these packages, anyone knows a way of doing this?
Please note, I already tried installing glibc-2.11 through a RPM file but it failed. output below (I KNOW THAT it's a fedora release):

[root@vps ~]# wget
--2011-07-20 19:45:17--
           => `glibc-2.11-2.i686.rpm'
Connecting to connected.
Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
==> SYST ... done.    ==> PWD ... done.
==> TYPE I ... done.  ==> CWD /linux/fedora/releases/12/Everything/i386/os/Packages ... done.
==> SIZE glibc-2.11-2.i686.rpm ... 4550836
==> PASV ... done.    ==> RETR glibc-2.11-2.i686.rpm ... done.
Length: 4550836 (4.3M)

100%[====================================================================================>] 4,550,836   2.61M/s   in 1.7s

2011-07-20 19:45:19 (2.61 MB/s) - `glibc-2.11-2.i686.rpm' saved [4550836]

[root@vps ~]# rpm -ivh glibc-2.11-2.i686.rpm
warning: glibc-2.11-2.i686.rpm: Header V3 RSA/SHA256 signature: NOKEY, key ID 57bbccba
error: Failed dependencies:
        glibc-common = 2.11-2 is needed by glibc-2.11-2.i686 is needed by glibc-2.11-2.i686
        rpmlib(FileDigests) <= 4.6.0-1 is needed by glibc-2.11-2.i686
        rpmlib(PayloadIsXz) <= 5.2-1 is needed by glibc-2.11-2.i686
        binutils < conflicts with glibc-2.11-2.i686
        glibc > 2.5 conflicts with glibc-common-2.5-58.el5_6.4.i386
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