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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / BEWARE Facebook scammers posing as Cryptsy employees on: April 23, 2014, 09:04:43 PM
Please be aware that there are individuals posing as our CFO ( Stacy Taylor ) On facebook and are asking for "Investments" in some "affiliate program"

Cryptsy would never do business in such a way and you should report anyone asking for such investments to support staff ASAP

No Cryptsy employee will contact you through Facebook, Google+ or any unofficial channel and offer you any special deals. Beware!



2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Altexplorer.info 80+ Blockchains Development Thread on: January 30, 2014, 11:35:16 AM
The is a self moderated thread to keep on topic. This thread if for altexplorer.info and not Cryptsy. Pm me with any issues

http://altexplorer.info

Ill be the first to admit it. The layout of the website really sucks. But that wasnt my main focus in getting these out there. I am designing the new website now and the domain will stay the same.

Any Coin I have chosen not to supply a crawler for already has a reliable quality ABE implementation. Most of which can be found at www.cryptocoinexplorer.com These are very well done highly modified explorers with much greater functionality done by dreamwatcher https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262539

Current list of crawlers:
Code:
42 COIN (42) EXPLORER
ALPHACOIN (ALF) EXPLORER
AMERICANCOIN (AMC) EXPLORER
ANDROIDSTOKEN (ADT) EXPLORER
ARGENTUM (ARG) EXPLORER
ANONCOIN (ANC) EXPLORER
ASIC COIN (ASC) EXPLORER
BETACOIN (BET) EXPLORER
BITGEM (BTG) EXPLORER
BYTECOIN (BTE) EXPLORER
CASINOCOIN (CSC) EXPLORER
CATCOIN (CAT) EXPLORER
CHNCOIN (CHN) EXPLORER
COLOSSUSCOIN (COL) EXPLORER
COPPERBARS (CPR) EXPLORER
COSMOSCOIN (CMC) EXPLORER
CRAFTCOIN (CRC) EXPLORER
CRYPTOBUCK (BUK) EXPLORER
CRYPTOGENICBULLION (CGB) EXPLORER
DIAMONDCOIN (DMD) EXPLORER
DIGITALCOIN (DGC) EXPLORER
DOGECOIN (DOGE) EXPLORER
DOUBLOONS (DBL) EXPLORER
EARTHCOIN (EAC) EXPLORER
ELACOIN (ELC) EXPLORER
ELEPHANTCOIN (ELP) EXPLORER
EMARK (DEM) EXPLORER
EMERALDCOIN (EMD) EXPLORER
EZCOIN (EZC) EXPLORER
FASTCOIN (FST) EXPLORER
FEDORACOIN (TIPS) EXPLORER
FIREFLYCOIN (FFC) EXPLORER
FLORINCOIN (FLO) EXPLORER
FRANKO (FRK) EXPLORER
GALAXYCOIN (GLX) EXPLORER
GAMECOIN (GME) EXPLORER
GOLDCOIN (GLD) EXPLORER
GLOBALCOIN (GLC) EXPLORER
GRANDCOIN (GDC) EXPLORER
HOBONICKELS (HBN) EXPLORER
INFINITECOIN (IFC) EXPLORER
JOULECOIN (XJO) EXPLORER
KRUGERCOIN (KGC) EXPLORER
LOTTOCOIN (LOT) EXPLORER
LOTTERYTICKETS (TIX) EXPLORER
LUCKY7 (LK7) EXPLORER
LUCKYCOIN (LKY) EXPLORER
MASTERCOIN (MST) EXPLORER
MEGACOIN (MEC) EXPLORER
MEMECOIN (MEM) EXPLORER
MINCOIN (MNC) EXPLORER
NANOTOKEN (NAN) EXPLORER
NEOCOIN (NEC) EXPLORER
NETCOIN (NET) EXPLORER
NIBBLE (NBL) EXPLORER
NOIRBITS (NRB) EXPLORER
ORBITCOIN (ORB) EXPLORER
PAYCOIN (PYC) EXPLORER
PENNIES (CENT) EXPLORER
PHILOSOPHERS STONE (PHS) EXPLORER
PHOENIXCOIN (PXC) EXPLORER
PROTOSHARES (PTS) EXPLORER
QUARKCOIN (QRK) EXPLORER
REDCOIN (RED) EXPLORER
ROYALCOIN (RYC) EXPLORER
SECURECOIN (SRC) EXPLORER
SEXCOIN (SXC) EXPLORER
SPOTS (SPT) EXPLORER
STABLECOIN (SBC) EXPLORER
TAGCOIN (TAG) EXPLORER
TEKCOIN (TEK) EXPLORER
UNOBTANIUM (UNO) EXPLORER
TIGERCOIN (TGC) EXPLORER
YACOIN (YAC) EXPLORER
YBCOIN (YBC) EXPLORER
XENCOIN (XNC) EXPLORER
ZCCOIN (ZCC) EXPLORER
ZETACOIN (ZET) EXPLORER

Features:

I have taken the wonderful script from https://github.com/CallMeJake/BlockCrawler And done some modifications to it. I will make my script open source as when some greater design goals are met. It currently has only basic modifications and some more in depth ones for specific Proof Of Stake coins. The code I release will be more heavily modified to allow multiple blockchains through one interface

API is functional on all explorers.
Example:
http://altexplorer.info/chains/MEC/bc_api.php?request=getinfo

Added block cralwer features:
Time of last block (UTC) To easily detect stalled/slow blockchains
Current Version to easily tell if the explorer/your wallet are up to date
Last checkpoint added for Proof Of Stake implementations
Current block reward added to select coins with variable block rewards ( More to come)
Hashing algorithm added to select coins with the getwork command ( Eventually all will be done manually )


Planned developments:

Short term:

I am currently working on the new website design in my spare time. Which is becoming more and more limited. The new design will have one interface for all blockchains. And have the ability to detect cross blockchain transactions ( Coins sent to an address on the wrong network )

Greater transaction messaging features.

More info about the stake power of the network with coins up to date on latest ppc/nvc code

Long Term:

After the new site is up I plan to turn my attention to the https://github.com/bitcoin-abe/bitcoin-abe code. And possibly implement a lightweight version for use with the site. The main advantage of the block crawler script is its lack of database. It takes very little resources to run and can be scaled to the level that i need. Implementing a database for 80+ blockchains will be a challenge

New additions:

Additions will be based off of requests and mainly on adoption by exchanges. One of the main goals was to give cryptsy users a place ot track all of their transactions. So its safe to safe any coin listed there will receive an addition

I have added the following by request:

CASH Crypto Cash  http://altexplorer.info/chains/CASH/block_crawler.php
RAD Radioactive coin http://altexplorer.info/chains/RAD/block_crawler.php
VEL Velocityocoin http://altexplorer.info/chains/VEL/block_crawler.php
EBT Ebt Coin http://altexplorer.info/chains/EBT/block_crawler.php

Advertising:


Advertisements will come with the new design. I do have to make money after all. They wont be overbearing and will be kept to a minimum. The new website will have much more than just the explorers. Im still finalizing deals with others for the final design. If you have a request for ad space please send me a PM

Known issues:

I missed something in my last round of updates and an invalid transaction ID returns an internal server error. I will correct this soon

CENT, PTS and MST explorers are unreliable right now Please report any other issues to me or client updates

Disclaimer:

No coins are stored on the servers and you cannot get an address to send to via api. The only thing on that network are the wallet servers as it has its own dedicated IP and firewall. The website itself is hosted on a vps with the crawlers and is behind cloudflare


3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / (ANN) http://altexplorer.info 78+ Block crawlers on: January 20, 2014, 05:42:49 PM
http://altexplorer.info/

Currently Hosting:

42 COIN (42) EXPLORER
ALPHACOIN (ALF) EXPLORER
AMERICANCOIN (AMC) EXPLORER
ANDROIDSTOKEN (ADT) EXPLORER
ARGENTUM (ARG) EXPLORER
ANONCOIN (ANC) EXPLORER
ASIC COIN (ASC) EXPLORER
BETACOIN (BET) EXPLORER
BITGEM (BTG) EXPLORER
BYTECOIN (BTE) EXPLORER
CASINOCOIN (CSC) EXPLORER
CATCOIN (CAT) EXPLORER
CHNCOIN (CHN) EXPLORER
COLOSSUSCOIN (COL) EXPLORER
COPPERBARS (CPR) EXPLORER
COSMOSCOIN (CMC) EXPLORER
CRAFTCOIN (CRC) EXPLORER
CRYPTOBUCK (BUK) EXPLORER
CRYPTOGENICBULLION (CGB) EXPLORER
DIAMONDCOIN (DMD) EXPLORER
DIGITALCOIN (DGC) EXPLORER
DOGECOIN (DOGE) EXPLORER
DOUBLOONS (DBL) EXPLORER
EARTHCOIN (EAC) EXPLORER
ELACOIN (ELC) EXPLORER
ELEPHANTCOIN (ELP) EXPLORER
EMARK (DEM) EXPLORER
EMERALDCOIN (EMD) EXPLORER
EZCOIN (EZC) EXPLORER
FASTCOIN (FST) EXPLORER
FIREFLYCOIN (FFC) EXPLORER
FLORINCOIN (FLO) EXPLORER
FRANKO (FRK) EXPLORER
GALAXYCOIN (GLX) EXPLORER
GAMECOIN (GME) EXPLORER
GOLDCOIN (GLD) EXPLORER
GLOBALCOIN (GLC) EXPLORER
GRANDCOIN (GDC) EXPLORER
HOBONICKELS (HBN) EXPLORER
INFINITECOIN (IFC) EXPLORER
JOULECOIN (XJO) EXPLORER
KRUGERCOIN (KGC) EXPLORER
LOTTOCOIN (LOT) EXPLORER
LOTTERYTICKETS (TIX) EXPLORER
LUCKY7 (LK7) EXPLORER
LUCKYCOIN (LKY) EXPLORER
MASTERCOIN (MST) EXPLORER
MEGACOIN (MEC) EXPLORER
MEMECOIN (MEM) EXPLORER
MINCOIN (MNC) EXPLORER
NANOTOKEN (NAN) EXPLORER
NEOCOIN (NEC) EXPLORER
NETCOIN (NET) EXPLORER
NIBBLE (NBL) EXPLORER
NOIRBITS (NRB) EXPLORER
ORBITCOIN (ORB) EXPLORER
PAYCOIN (PYC) EXPLORER
PENNIES (CENT) EXPLORER
PHILOSOPHERS STONE (PHS) EXPLORER
PHOENIXCOIN (PXC) EXPLORER
PROTOSHARES (PTS) EXPLORER
QUARKCOIN (QRK) EXPLORER
REDCOIN (RED) EXPLORER
ROYALCOIN (RYC) EXPLORER
SECURECOIN (SRC) EXPLORER
SEXCOIN (SXC) EXPLORER
SPOTS (SPT) EXPLORER
STABLECOIN (SBC) EXPLORER
TAGCOIN (TAG) EXPLORER
TEKCOIN (TEK) EXPLORER
UNOBTANIUM (UNO) EXPLORER
TIGERCOIN (TGC) EXPLORER
YACOIN (YAC) EXPLORER
YBCOIN (YBC) EXPLORER
XENCOIN (XNC) EXPLORER
ZCCOIN (ZCC) EXPLORER
ZETACOIN (ZET) EXPLORER

Unnofficial crawlers:

These crawlers are "unofficial" meaning they are not listed on cryptsy and are added by request of miners/developers. They will have a seperate URL eventually but for now can only be found here. More coming later today

Cashcoin:
http://altexplorer.info/chains/CASH/block_crawler.php

Main page is a simple word press unitil I can develop more. I will be heavily modifying the script and making it open source in the coming days.

Know issues with:

YAC
SRC
LKY
PTS
CENT
MST

Please report any other out of date / sync client to:

mullick@cryptsy.com
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Cgminer 3.7.2 Troubles Only one GPU will connect ( Scrypt ) on: November 20, 2013, 02:57:55 AM
Having a strange issue with cgminer 3.7.2 the last few days. Was out of town so no time to investigate till now and im at a loss

This is my desktop which has been having issues. ( I mine overnight and at low intensity during the day with it )

Specs:

Desktop:
Phenom 2 x6 1090t
Asus m4a89td pro usb3 Motherboard
8Gb ddr3 1600 memory
2x Sapphire 6950 in the pci-e 16x slots
750w corsair modular psu

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Up to date

Miner:

Sempron CPU unlocked to Dual core. Mining SRC using qrk miner
2Gb DDR3 1600 Mem
2x 6950 1x 7850
900w Antec PSU
Windows 7 ultimate 64 Bit Up to date
Mining:

Solo mining bottlecaps. Wallet located on miner on local network Also windows 7 (wireless connection)
Desktop upstairs (wireless connection)

Conf File:

Code:
daemon=1
server=1
rpcuser=x
rpcpassword=xx
rpcport=9862
rpcallowip=10.0.0.33 (Desktop)
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1

Issue:

I can suddenly only get one miner to connect at a time. While I was away I had been using guiminer as it's much easier to switch pools remotely from my phone.

I noticed that one morning my hashrate had dropped by about 450kh and signed on to see one of my cards displaying "Connection Problems" So I obviously restarted the worker.

Only for it to report it could not connect to any pool. So I verified all the settings were correct, Even cloned the one that was working and selected the correct gpu. Nothing. Stopping one worker will allow the other to run but only 1 at a time.

Code:
2013-11-19 20:32:07: Running command: "C:\Users\Miner 3\Desktop\guiminer\cgminer\cgminer.exe" --scrypt -u x -p xx -o http://10.0.0.209:9862 --gpu-platform 0 -d 0 -w 256 -v 1 -I 18 -g 1 -l 1 -T -s 1 --thread-concurrency 8000
2013-11-19 20:32:07: Listener for "Default" started
2013-11-19 20:32:10: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:07] Started cgminer 3.1.0
2013-11-19 20:32:10: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:08] Probing for an alive pool
2013-11-19 20:32:10: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:08] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:32:10: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:08] No suitable long-poll found for http://10.0.0.209:9862
2013-11-19 20:32:14: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:14] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:32:14: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:14] New block detected on network
2013-11-19 20:32:15: Running command: "C:\Users\Miner 3\Desktop\guiminer\cgminer\cgminer.exe" --scrypt -u x -p xx -o http://10.0.0.209:9862 --gpu-platform 0 -d 1 -w 256 -v 1 -I 15 -g 1 -l 1 -T -s 1 --thread-concurrency 8000
2013-11-19 20:32:15: Listener for "2" started
2013-11-19 20:32:49: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:48] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:32:49: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:48] New block detected on network
2013-11-19 20:32:55: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:54] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:32:55: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:32:54] New block detected on network
2013-11-19 20:33:09: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:08] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:33:09: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:08] New block detected on network
2013-11-19 20:33:12: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:11] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:33:12: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:11] New block detected on network
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:32:15] Started cgminer 3.1.0
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:32:16] Probing for an alive pool
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:33:16] No servers were found that could be used to get work from.
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:33:16] Please check the details from the list below of the servers you have input
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:33:16] Most likely you have input the wrong URL, forgotten to add a port, or have not set up workers
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:33:16] Pool: 0  URL: http://10.0.0.209:9862  User: x  Password: xx
2013-11-19 20:33:16: Listener for "2": [2013-11-19 20:33:16] No servers could be used! Exiting.
2013-11-19 20:33:18: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:17] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:33:18: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:17] New block detected on network
2013-11-19 20:33:28: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:27] Network diff set to 14K
2013-11-19 20:33:28: Listener for "Default": [2013-11-19 20:33:27] New block detected on network

Gave up on guiminer and went to old faithful cgminer

Code:
cgminer.exe --scrypt -u x -p xx -o http://10.0.0.209:9862 --gpu-platform 0 -d 0 -d 1 -w 256 -v 1 -I 18 -g 1 -l 1 -T -s 1 --thread-concurrency 8000

^^Reports correct hashrate but WU slowly drops and after about 30 minutes it slowly drops out and says it cannot connect. Never finding a block when it should on average find 2 in that time frame. ( Meanwhile the miner downstairs is cranking out blocks left and right)

Running separate instances reports the same issue as guiminer where the second on will never connect.

More Info:

I have the top card overclocked as the bottom causes the other to overheat Separate hasrates are reported so it is seeing and using both cards fine. Just not at the same time

I overclock via MSI afterburner as I use it for gaming as well

Card 1 Stock 800 Core 1250 MEM  ~400Kh 77 In bottom slot
Card 2 OCed 900Core 1350 MEM ~475Kh 82  On top

I am running 3 monitors (No eyefinity) 1 DVI in each card and HDMI in the bottom

Tried with no apps running

Re installed latest drivers

Tried removing Crossfire bridge ( Crossfire is disabled via CCC)

Resource usage during mining CGminer sticks at 25% cpu usage spread across all cores

6.29 Gb available ram ( 51,312 used by cgminer )

90%+ free disk space

Ports forwared to 10.0.0.209 using custom RPC port via .conf file. ( Miner housing the wallet is also Windows 7 )

Originally had wallet located on desktop but moved to miner while trouble shooting. No better

Anyone ever encountered this? Im at a loss here Sad

Thanks for the help. A nice tip could be in store for anyone with a solution Wink


I would like to stick with windows as my main OS but will move to Ubuntu if no solution is found ( Currently dual boot )
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / {Cryptsy} ANN 2FA Now Enabled For All Users As a Precaution on: September 16, 2013, 11:26:25 AM
Due to recent events involving other exchanges Vern has enabled 2FA via email for all users of www.cryptsy.com who did not already have one setup

Upon successfully entering your login information a email with a login pin will be sent to your email.

You will need to enter the pin sent to you to gain access to your account.

If any issues arise with this please contact support at www.cryptsy.com via the support tab on the left side of your screen

This is just a security precaution. There is no reason to believe any accounts at cryptsy are in danger. But it is never wise to use the same password more than once. If you do it is advised you change to a unique password for cryptsy alone.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Bitgem Giveaway! .1 Btg SUSPENDED on: June 22, 2013, 07:28:16 PM
Hello I am sponsering another giveaway here. This will be for .1 Btg for the first Huh? people.

Bitgems are a rare Pow/Pos novacoin based currency.

Dynamic block reward based on the network hashrate Currently .27 Bitgems

Currently only 18,000 gems in existence

Difficulty retartget same as PPC

Block target same as ppc

520 Confirmations until mined gems mature


Bitgems innovation which sets it apart from the other clones. It has an active developer with the 5th client update a new innovation was launch for testing:
Bitgems can now be classified  based on the world standard 4Cs gem grading system. There are Diamonds, Emeralds, and sapphires. Each has a Cut, clarity, weight and color

The implementation of this is still being developed but your gems can already be translated through a RPC command getgems



New GemWallet

I have buil this gemwallet for quering the gemstones in your BTGs. It shows your BTG balance into diamods, rubys, sapphires and emerald, selecting any subset of these. BTG balance is distribuited equitativelly between gems selected. You can set any property like carat, color, clarity, cut, etc, displaying the balance resulting.

The only limitation is you must to have at least 1 BTG in your current balance. Otherwise, controls are deactivated and you just see default conversions.




   - Windows qt GemWallet installer : https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslUFdSVUlQb3BtRTA/edit?usp=sharing MD5SUM 86a80897d26af3027e3002b1cdb613f0

   - Linux 64 bits GemWallet: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslRnNRc2haWW51VUk/edit?usp=sharing  MD5SUM: cdef3550da6d1a38c603e3ffe7bb4795


Why BTG BitGem?

It's a cryptocurrency not extant until now.  PoW scrypt and PoS like NovaCoin, but adapted to gem's character, providing semi-scarce, precious and highly valuable currency properties. Mining a block you could to get up to 3 BTGs, standing the most representative gems: diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald ... who would not want it?


Features:

-PoW scrypt.
-PoS,
-retargeting each 10 min.
-difficulty adjustement each block,
-semi-scarce: reward 3 BTG BitGems per block,
-smoother reward adjustement, providing 3 BTGs as long as possible.
-latest upstream updates from litecoin, ppcoin, novacoin incluided.
-built with latest lib dependencies, enterenly with linux tool-chain.
-installer provided.
-no premining, no dust, no crapping, just providing a critpocoin not extant until now.
-simple 4Cs gemstone model implementation.
-GemWallet let to query your balance in gemstones with a lot of settings.


Simple 4Cs gemstone model.



Let to translate your BTGs into the different type of gemstones, diamond, ruby, sapphire, emerald. 4Cs model take 4 gemstone properties: Carat, Clarity, Color an Cut (shape is considered too) and it is a grading system for taxing gemstones, including diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald.


CARAT.

A cart is an weight unit and is equal to 0.2 grams. Usually, there is an exponential relation of value wih carats.


COLOR.

Is a graded scale, from 'D' to 'Z', beeing D the best grad and Z the worst.

In, diamonds, colorless is better and perfect colorless would be D.

In, rubies, sapphires and emeralds, more definited hue color are more valued, and more intense colors (saturated) are most valued too. Best defined, intense, briliant  colors are graded from D (best) to Z.


CLARITY.

Clarity is referred to the lack of inclussions in gem. To most invisble and smaller inclussions, gem is most valued . The Clarity Scale contains 11 grades,

    FL: Flawless  - No inclusions or blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10 magnification
    IF: Internally Flawless - No inclusions and only blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10 magnification
    VVS1, VVS2: Very, Very Slightly Included - Inclusions are difficult for a skilled grader to see under 10 magnification
    VS1,  VS2:  Very Slightly Included () - Inclusions are minor and range from difficult to somewhat easy for a skilled grader to see under 10x magnification
    SI1, SI2:  - Inclusions are noticeable to a skilled grader under 10x magnification
    I1, I2, and I3 - Inclusions are obvious under 10 magnification and may affect transparency and brilliance


CUT

Cut is referred to the symmetry, finish, style and proportiosn of cut. Just graded like EXCELLENT, VERY_GOOD, GOOD, FAIR, POOR.


SHAPE

Some of most popular forms are valued too. While round shapes are preferred over all, shape is a a personal choice  rather.

Shapes included are :

    ROUND,
    OVAL,
    PEAR,
    MARQUISE,
    HEART,
    SQUARE,
    SQUARE_EMERALD,
    SQUARE_CUSHION,
    BAGUETTE,
    TAPERED_BAGUETTE,
    RECTANGLE,
    EMERALD_SHAPE,
    CUSHION,
    TRIANGLE,
    TRILLION.



Downloads


REQUIRED UPDATE 0.4.1.5 BEFORE 15 JUL

   - Windows qt GemWallet installer :  https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslUFdSVUlQb3BtRTA/edit?usp=sharing MD5SUM 86a80897d26af3027e3002b1cdb613f0

   - Linux 64 bits GemWallet: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslRnNRc2haWW51VUk/edit?usp=sharing  MD5SUM: cdef3550da6d1a38c603e3ffe7bb4795

   - Windows qt 'Classic' client installer :  https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9-QvC1XNoslTkhoVEkwWldzczA/edit?usp=sharing MD5SUM 4a16513906cf14d6c22c48e27e3a7106

   - Source https://github.com/bitgem/bitgem

Port=7692
RPCPort=8348


Well-known secure nodes

Code:
addnode=178.32.218.153
addnode=70.98.114.229
addnode=98.18.252.73
addnode=50.137.233.14
addnode=50.2.8.67
addnode=85.228.201.126
addnode=92.240.244.44

If you experiments some type of problem syncing, back peers, delete peers.dat and add this nodes to your bitgem.conf.

Web: Official: www.bitgem.info

Instructions for install  0.4.1.5 : REDOWNLOAD OF BLOCK CHAIN REQUIRED

1.- Desinstall previous version
2.- delete into C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\BitGem all files except wallet.dat and bitgem.conf. A pervious backup of this directory is recommended.
3.- install 0.4.1.5


Changelog

Code:
0.4.1.5:
 * added checkpoints.
 * Fix stake for small txs,
 * lot of updates

0.4.1.4:
 * added checkpoints.

0.4.1.3:
 * added checkpoints.

0.4.1.2:
 * added checkpoints,
 * Fix reward: prevents arbitrary miners get invalid reward.

0.4.1.1:
 * added checkpoints,
 * change to a smoother difficulty function,
 * decrease paytxfeem.

0.4.1.0 Initial Release


Pools:
      - http://btg.binarycoins.eu/

Official forum
      - https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/173-bitgem-btg/

Block explorer
      - http://btg.webboise.com:2750/chain/Bitgem

Plays.:
      - Blackjack: http://cryptoblackjack.kicks-ass.net

Exchange:
      - Cryptsy: https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/50
      - PPC market: http://ppcoin.org/market

Escrow:
      - http://exchange.dudeami.com/

Google Docs Exchange:
     - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjXEsJ2U6ejedFhSTTIyWFh1cEFEMFFZUVdIM0hMN2c&usp=sharing
     - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209342.0


Credits: bitcoin, litecoin, ppcoin, novacoin.




Or here at the official forums

https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/173-bitgem-btg/


I received a kind donation which filled all standing orders. I will be matching this with another 50 People

Donation Address: gVTaLB1ZK66UAd4x18p6QaFHE4A88ovY2U
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Get away from the clutter of the Alt Coin section and get some free coins! on: June 07, 2013, 09:14:09 PM
Bitcoin talk is just that for bitcoin talk. The moderators and owners want to focus on bitcoin. They do not want to give preferential treatment to any coins and I believe that is the way it should be. The altcoin section is too cluttered because they dont add a sub forum for each coin. They are about bitcoin talk. The amount of content is more than enough for a completely separate site. I get that bitcointalk is the epicenter of the crytpo currency revolution. But there is no reason all of the alt coins should be shoved into one section. There is also no reason for each coin to have its own forum with little volume and the cost of maintaining a site.  

JimmyK has starte a great site to handle all of these challenges. Each coins has its own dedicated sub forum. User can integrate their own blog. It has a social networking side with status updates and so on. He has put a lot of work into the site and it looks amazing and functions perfectly. He is constantly adding new features and keeping the info of every coin up to date all by himself really.

Here is what I think would work out perfect. Why create a dedicated forum for each coin? It will have lower traffic and generally less conversation. Each coins forum could be the dedicated sub forum on cryptocointalk. It would make sense for the dev or a strong supporter to take over the sub forum as a moderator and have that be the central forum for the community. It would keep the arguments between coin supporters and criticizers to a minimum and allow for better conversation.

The site has a few dedicated followers such as myself that see a real need for a site such as this. The owner of cryptocointalk.com did not in anyway ask for me to do this. I have seen the work he has put in and the final product that came out. I really like the site and hope it brings a calm to the storm here.

Anyways that's my 2 cents. Its a great site come check it out Smiley

BBQCOIN, DEVCOIN and BITGEM  giveaways currently running! www.cryptocointalk.org
8  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB .225BTC With a visa prepaid card on: June 05, 2013, 07:51:12 PM
I have a visa prepaid card I got with a mail in rebate. I would like to buy .225 BTC or even 10 LTC. I can pay with anything that can be bought online. Example would be a amazon or newegg giftcard. Let me know your offers
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [WTB] 10 Litecoin's for $30 on: June 05, 2013, 07:47:52 PM
Well I got a mail in rebate visa prepaid card with $30 on it. Want to buy 10 litecoins or maybe even .25 BTC if anyone is interested. I can pay with anything that can be purchased online. Example. amazon gift card, newegg giftcard. Let me know your offer Smiley
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [Poll] What Style Litecoin Lotto Interests You? on: June 02, 2013, 07:20:50 AM
First off my current lotto will not be changed. The 2 participants have already agreed to the terms and they will not be changed unless they contact me and agree on a rules change.

There seem to be no alt coin lotto's and I personally would join one if ran by a trusted member. I will not enter any of my contests but am using that as my theory that other people would like one as well.

If enough interest is present I am going to be starting a weekly Litecoin Lottery. I am looking into way to make it as fair and trustworthy as possible. Using a truly random drawing.  

It seems with no starting value for the lotto it is hard to gain interest. I am thinking with my next lotto I will be adding part of the total winning towards the next weeks prize as an incentive to join.

I actually have multiple questions but would not like to spam with multiple pool threads.


1. Do you believe this would be fair to the winner if they were aware of the payout system at the time of purchase.

2. What percentage do you think would be acceptable to rollover into the next lotto?

3. What would you like the ticket price to be? I currently have my running lotto at .5LTC to enter with a maximum of 3 entries per participant. Does this seem to high or low? The advantages of it being low are minimal risk which will bring in more ticket sales. The downside is a rather small prize for the winner.

4. What fee would you see as acceptable for someone to run this service. It would have to be percentage based because there is no way of telling what the final prize would be. I was thinking 10% maybe less if people think that is too high.

5. Where do you believe the organizers  percentage should come from? The rollover amount or the current winnings? Obviously the % would be differant I would be willing to take say 50% of the rollover if it were 20% or something like that.


Any feedback is welcome. Try to answer as many question as possible. I am really trying to get a feel for what people want from a alt coin lotto Smiley
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Open Litecoin Lottery Ended Winner Paid on: June 01, 2013, 07:41:06 AM
Here it is a FEE FREE Litecoin lottery. Open to all members. I am keeping the entry fee low to keep the risk for participants as low as possible. I have a solid trading reputation on the forums and although it is always a wise decision to be cautious in the world of Crypto Currency, I will do my best to make this as fair and smooth as possible.

I have setup a payment address specifically for this lottery. A transaction log will be available at http://ltc.block-explorer.com/ once the first entry has been received. Since it is my first lottery and I dont know how much interest it will bring I will be doing this for free. I will not enter myself and the winner will receive all of the funds except the 1 transaction fee if required.

I am doing this for free to make sure it runs smoothly and gain a reputation to do future events. My hopes are to make this a weekly lottery and charge only a small fee. I will be gathering feedback as to an acceptable fee for this service. I may move future events to another forum as the alt section is very cluttered and hopefully have it pinned.

All entries will receive a ticket number. Tickets will be assigned in the order they are recieved on the thread. If payment is not received within 6 hours your ticket number and entry may be forfeited. Ticket info will be stored on a google spreadsheet to be viewed here.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AspkwGkOA-kkdDY2ZGQ2WWJuOE1sZElTaUlUSndIUnc&output=html

The winning number will be decided as follows. This is provably fair there is no way for anyone to cheat Smiley

1. The winning number will be decided based on the first Bitcoin Block mined starting 1 hour after the lotto's end.

2. The first 4 hex characters after the zero's will be converted into decimal form. This number will determine this winner.

EXAMPLE:

Say there are 15 participants. There would be 15 tickets.

Say the first block mined 1 hour after the auction was #239439 http://blockchain.info/block-index/388940/0000000000000127ac8b04e1a8aead28c4d2e069f89604ac00c300227921c3fd

With a hash of 0000000000000127ac8b04e1a8aead28c4d2e069f89604ac00c300227921c3fd

127a would be converted into decimal here http://www.hexdictionary.com/hex/127a/

127a = 4370

4370 / 15 = 291.33

15 x .33 = 5

Winning ticket # would be 5


In order to enter please send Your payments to LN8VZEvGE62wpy7vCzP8UEFvmJKnXpxXxz. Reply to the main thread with your Litecoin address and transaction ID if available. I will update the thread and spreadsheet as often as possible.

Up to 3 entries are allowed per member

Entries will be closed on Tuesday 6/4/2013 at 10:00 Pm CST or 3:00am Default forum time

Any entries received after this time will be refunded minus any transaction fees and will not receive a ticket #.


The main thread is in the newbie section to make it open to all members. Please post your entry there. If an entry is posted here it will be cross posted to the newbie section and assigned a ticket number based on the order it gets on that thread, not this one.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=222477.0


Current Prize 1 LTC  Current Odds 50%


Closed
12  Other / Beginners & Help / Open Litecoin Lottery Ended Winner Paid on: June 01, 2013, 07:37:13 AM
Here it is a FEE FREE Litecoin lottery. Open to all members. I am keeping the entry fee low to keep the risk for participants as low as possible. I have a solid trading reputation on the forums and although it is always a wise decision to be cautious in the world of Crypto Currency, I will do my best to make this as fair and smooth as possible.

I have setup a payment address specifically for this lottery. A transaction log will be available at http://ltc.block-explorer.com/ once the first entry has been received. Since it is my first lottery and I dont know how much interest it will bring I will be doing this for free. I will not enter myself and the winner will receive all of the funds except the 1 transaction fee if required.

All entries will receive a ticket number. Tickets will be assigned in the order they are recieved on the thread. If payment is not received within 6 hours your ticket number and entry may be forfeited. Ticket info will be stored on a google spreadsheet to be viewed here.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AspkwGkOA-kkdDY2ZGQ2WWJuOE1sZElTaUlUSndIUnc&output=html

The winning number will be decided as follows. This is provably fair there is no way for anyone to cheat Smiley

1. The winning number will be decided based on the first Bitcoin Block mined starting 1 hour after the lotto's end.

2. The first 4 hex characters after the zero's will be converted into decimal form. This number will determine this winner.

EXAMPLE:

Say there are 15 participants. There would be 15 tickets.

Say the first block mined 1 hour after the auction was #239439 http://blockchain.info/block-index/388940/0000000000000127ac8b04e1a8aead28c4d2e069f89604ac00c300227921c3fd

With a hash of 0000000000000127ac8b04e1a8aead28c4d2e069f89604ac00c300227921c3fd

127a would be converted into decimal here http://www.hexdictionary.com/hex/127a/

127a = 4370

4370 / 15 = 291.33

15 x .33 = 5

Winning ticket # would be 5


In order to enter please send Your payments to LN8VZEvGE62wpy7vCzP8UEFvmJKnXpxXxz. Reply to this thread with your Litecoin address and transaction ID if available. I will update the thread and spreadsheet as often as possible.

Up to 3 entries are allowed per member

Entries will be closed on Tuesday 6/4/2013 at 10:00 Pm CST or 3:00am Default forum time

Any entries received after this time will be refunded minus any transaction fees and will not receive a ticket #.


Current Prize as of last update: 1 LTC Current Odds: 50%


Closed Awaiting Results
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Great Items At The Digicoin Marketplace CPU/MOBO/RAM 8250DGC/1.3BTC UpTo 4 GPUS on: May 31, 2013, 09:15:13 AM
You can buy almost a whole mining rig In DGC This is amazing. You can buy a CPU/ Motherboard / Ram for only 8250DGC or 1.3BTC/ $165 USD With a gpu that needs a fan for 10250DGC!

I have listed a Motherboard and Ram.
http://dgcmarket.com/item.php?id=11
http://dgcmarket.com/item.php?id=12

Another member has listed a compatible CPU
http://dgcmarket.com/item.php?id=7

The motherboard Supports 4 GPU's with Pci-e 1x Extenders. Which of course another member has for sale Smiley
http://dgcmarket.com/item.php?id=19

There is also a great deal on a gpu that only needs a new fan! 6850's get about 250+ kh overclocked for 2000DGC!
http://dgcmarket.com/item.php?id=6

You can even buy some AMD reloaded game bundles!
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Newbie Proof Scrypt Mining Guide! Learn to Pool And Solo Mine any scrypt Coin! on: May 30, 2013, 08:06:21 AM
I have created a detailed tutorial for all new miners. It is available over at Cryptocointalk.com There is no need to register to view the tutorial but it is a great site. I recommend checking it out.

I am hoping to provide people unfamiliar with mining a step by step easy to follow guide. Let me know of any improvements I can make!

http://cryptocointalk.com/topic/399-newbie-proof-scrypt-gpu-mining-the-easy-way-windows-7/#entry1099

Address for tips is in my Signature Smiley
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [WTS] Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon low Price of 2 LTC on: May 29, 2013, 07:58:23 PM
This is a UbiShop download key. Looking for any reasonable offer. Sells for $15 pick it up here for under $6!
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [WTS] 20 Tulips Post your best offer 6 Hour auction :) on: May 29, 2013, 07:44:26 PM
Thats right 20 tulips. If you haven't heard its the best thing since sliced bread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219001.0

Bidding ends at 9:00pm CST or 2:00am forum time. Aceepting any coin but I will make my decision on the final best offer Smiley Good Luck!

17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Sold on: May 29, 2013, 06:08:21 AM
Selling the card I got with my new miner. Let me know of any offer I will accept anything reasonable not expecting more than its worth.

I will accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitgem, Bitbar, Novacoin, Terracoin, PPcoin, and Namecoin maybe other just tell me your offer Smiley

Edit: I will end the thread in 12 hours and take the best offer. Unless a great offer comes sooner I will take it right away


Sold
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Who else is sick of these copy/paste alt coins and their constant releases? on: May 29, 2013, 03:07:58 AM
I personally am sick of it. I have chosen my coin. Unless its ground breaking ill look the other way  Undecided
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [WTS] 175 Hypercoin for 2 LTC on: May 29, 2013, 01:04:52 AM
Post says it all pm me offers
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Questions about wallet fees. Where do they go? on: May 28, 2013, 09:01:08 PM
Just a question about the various alt coins and their fees. So I have some bitgem I want to send. The blocks are 10 min apart and I want to send them a little faster. So I add a fee via options. Will this make my confirmations go without waiting for a block? Does that money go to the people processing it? Or is this not at all how it works? I just want to know if adding a fee will actually speed up confirmations and where the funds go. looking specifically for ppcoin/novacoin fees if they differ, which is what bitgem is based off of
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