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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] SuperNET NXT asset 12071612744977229797, SUPERNET KMD assetchain in summer on: March 06, 2018, 01:05:55 PM
Poor jl777(b).  He can't even keep his Bitcointalk account safe, much less finish SuperNET.

You are quite mistaken with your entire post. I have my passphrase very safe in a remote offsite location. As this post proves. Anyway, I am locking this thread as Komodo is the new BTCD and the coin for the SuperNET originated ecosystem.

You can consider a billion dollar ecosystem as a failure, but for most people it is actually a pretty decent achievement, especially considering we are just getting to where the initial iteration is completed.

KMD thread is at: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605144



2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] HUSH Secure Private Transactions [Equihash][Community Project] on: June 28, 2017, 10:37:32 AM
Seems to be promising there. Good luck !

what was promising ? did you read the white paper so you say it is promising ?
this coin same with zclassic or zencash or z cash
even if this were true, why is HUSH trading well below ZEN?

Of course, the dev roadmap for HUSH is in good hands and at the least, HUSH should be above zclassic and zencash. I believe HUSH will rise significantly higher than the current combined marketcaps of all three, but that's just me
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 25, 2017, 09:32:31 AM
I officially confirm the jl777B account is mine. I just have two different computers now and have a different account on each one.

4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] SuperNET NXT asset 12071612744977229797, SUPERNET KMD assetchain in summer on: June 18, 2017, 06:07:06 AM
What does crypto777 do, how does it earn revenue?
currently from dPoW notarization fees and PAX fees, but in the future any new monetizations that doesnt already have an asset for it will flow to crypto777

5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] HUSH Secure Private Transactions [Equihash][Community Project] on: June 17, 2017, 06:13:35 AM
I saw SuperNET add this coin ,then i check coinmarketcap, WOW! 113% UP in one day,what's going on HUSH?
With David (radix42) as the lead dev, HUSH definitely should not be trading below zclassic. HUSH is not just a zcash clone, it has a roadmap to add key new features like Counterparty. Also, David has been the go-to guy to get a zcash fork working with Windows and he did a fantastic job for Komodo.

Recently, some of SuperNET investments like STRAT and IOTA reached full valuations so I have been diversifying into promising new coins.

Similar to buying zcash when it was a fraction of XMR marketcap, buying HUSH when it is a fraction of other zcash forks doesnt take a lot of courage.

ZEN is subject to replay attack and its lead dev bailed out. Yet ZEN is trading at many times the marketcap of HUSH. Is the market right or is this a case of market inertia and mispriced coins? How often do you find a coin on the third page of coinmarketcap, when it belongs on the first page?

You can see that I bought some HUSH:

http://old.supernet.org/nav.php

HUSH is now safely in the long term hodl portfolio of SuperNET and I look forward to working with David as HUSH roadmap is completed. I will be adding HUSH to the Komodo native DEX so that soon you can trade HUSH without ever losing control of your coins.

I dont usually post in threads of other coins, but I wanted to announce the HUSH addition to SuperNET portfolio.


6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 14, 2017, 05:58:37 AM
In the past SuperNET had to overcome many obstacles just to survive the bear market. Now the bull market has helped us achieve: http://old.supernet.org/nav.php

If you notice the coin holdings, SuperNET now has over 1% of two top 10 coins and reasonably liquid holdings in excess of $30 million USD equivalent.

We had been operating on a tight budget due to limited funds, but now that our funds have multiplied, it is time to expand the budget. Also, the tech is now reaching the initial release stage for JUMBLR and also DEX, along with migration from NXT assets into their own assetchains.

I would like to announce an active recruitment for a fulltime team dedicated to each of the SuperNET core assets: JUMBLR, DEX, PANGEA, BOTS, CRYPTO. Initially we will focus on the first two or three that are closest to product release.

Approximate budget for each asset is $1 million USD worth of crypto. Which should be enough to pay decent salary and marketing costs for initial launch. After launch, the goal is to get each asset self-sustaining and to generate a steady stream of revenues for its holders.

If you are interested in being the CEO or lead dev or marketing for any of these projects, please contact @pondsea who will be coordinating the recruitment process.

At the end of the initial product release cycles, my hope is that SuperNET will start trading as a high tech growth company that happens to have a large book value in liquid assets, instead of as a closed end investment fund at a discount to NAV.

Also, this is just the halfway point (approx), we are in a marathon and still have a ways to go before there is a fully decentralized automated money making machine.

It is interesting to see a lot of my ideas from years ago being duplicated in different contexts and raising incredible amounts of funds, based on whitepapers and not any working system. This tech is not easy by any means and has taken years to get to where it is and likely a few more before it can be considered in maintenance mode. I am glad that we are finally moving away from the pure bitcoin clones and now there is a very large spectrum of crypto projects and all are able to obtain the required financing.

The landscape has indeed changed and we are on course for a truly decentralized economy that operates in parallel to the fiat economies.

Exciting times ahead.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] SuperNET NXT asset 12071612744977229797, SUPERNET KMD assetchain in summer on: June 14, 2017, 05:58:04 AM
In the past SuperNET had to overcome many obstacles just to survive the bear market. Now the bull market has helped us achieve: http://old.supernet.org/nav.php

If you notice the coin holdings, SuperNET now has over 1% of two top 10 coins and reasonably liquid holdings in excess of $30 million USD equivalent.

We had been operating on a tight budget due to limited funds, but now that our funds have multiplied, it is time to expand the budget. Also, the tech is now reaching the initial release stage for JUMBLR and also DEX, along with migration from NXT assets into their own assetchains.

I would like to announce an active recruitment for a fulltime team dedicated to each of the SuperNET core assets: JUMBLR, DEX, PANGEA, BOTS, CRYPTO. Initially we will focus on the first two or three that are closest to product release.

Approximate budget for each asset is $1 million USD worth of crypto. Which should be enough to pay decent salary and marketing costs for initial launch. After launch, the goal is to get each asset self-sustaining and to generate a steady stream of revenues for its holders.

If you are interested in being the CEO or lead dev or marketing for any of these projects, please contact @pondsea who will be coordinating the recruitment process.

At the end of the initial product release cycles, my hope is that SuperNET will start trading as a high tech growth company that happens to have a large book value in liquid assets, instead of as a closed end investment fund at a discount to NAV.

I apologize for not being very active in this thread, but I have been quite busy working on the various parts of SuperNET all along. Also, this is just the halfway point (approx), we are in a marathon and still have a ways to go before there is a fully decentralized automated money making machine.

It is interesting to see a lot of my ideas from years ago being duplicated in different contexts and raising incredible amounts of funds, based on whitepapers and not any working system. This tech is not easy by any means and has taken years to get to where it is and likely a few more before it can be considered in maintenance mode. I am glad that we are finally moving away from the pure bitcoin clones and now there is a very large spectrum of crypto projects and all are able to obtain the required financing.

The landscape has indeed changed and we are on course for a truly decentralized economy that operates in parallel to the fiat economies.

Exciting times ahead.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 08, 2017, 03:55:16 PM
I made a transaction so that my interest would be captured when the Jumblr air drop happens.  I have a few questions regarding my interest and the transaction I made.  I sent 1KMD to my Bittrex address and used the default fee of .001  But when I check the Komodo block explorer it says the amount of the fee was: -17.35816754 KMD why did that happen?  Also, why is my wallet now showing a different amount than the block explorer?  I thought that by sending 1KMD the interest would be correct on the block explorer.  This is the transaction I made - 4a6fd499e3162f96593ab2b8a72ff94c4d27e391e14c5a15546ef2da540d9aa8
The explorer is not aware of interest, however it calculates the txfee as:

sum of inputs - sum of outputs = txfee

Notice that if the sum of outputs is bigger than sum of inputs, the difference goes negative. For other coins, this is never happening, but with KMD it means your outputs were bigger than the inputs due to interest. The actual interest amount is even a bit more as the real txfee was also covered.

As far as the difference in interest goes, it could be that you still have some utxo with accrued interest. If you do a listunspent command you can see an "interest" field. or a "getinfo" command has an "interest" field for all the utxo.

native mode komodod has the definite answer as to what your balance is for the imported privkeys, just do a getinfo.

9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 08, 2017, 03:50:25 PM
For dex testing can we get a summary of steps needed to take and dl links for the correct versions please

Is it ?

1. Install komodo native mode
2. Install Iguana(agama)
3. Install marketmaker
4. Install a coin such as litecoin

And then use these commands?

{"result":" available localhost RPC commands:
 setprice(base, rel, price)
myprice(base, rel)
enable(coin)
disable(coin)
inventory(coin)
candidates(txid, vout)
autotrade(txid, vout, maxprice)
swapstatus()
swapstatus(requestid, quoteid)
public API:
 getcoins()
getpeers()
getutxos()
getutxos(coin, lastn)
orderbook(base, rel)
getprice(base, rel)
"}



Edit.
https://sprnt.slackarchive.io/  Not working?

It is a very fluid situation, best to join #tradebots
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 07, 2017, 04:41:59 AM
please can someone help me? is there an KMD wallet win32bits? i wish install for test Smiley

They have so far two wallets for KOMODO one is agama (https://supernet.org/en/products/agama-wallet) and another is swing wallet (https://github.com/ca333/komodoGUI/releases/tag/v0.7.7-win)

Thank you sir. I will download to try Grin
zcash does not work in 32bits
neither does komodo



Here are some technical notes on native DEX to give an idea of what needs to be tested:

At first we need to do more clearbox testing as opposed to blackbox testing. by understanding what is supposed to happen internally, it will be easier to make sure it actually is and when that is solid.
there are two totally different (complicated) parts to the native DEX. Ordermatching and the atomic swap itself
In a decentralized exchange, just knowing what the orderbook is becomes complex. Here we have LP nodes (acting as servers to a degree) and client nodes. The latter need the absolute latest orderbook, but not that often, just when they want to do a trade, but of course they want it quickly
A requirement for the LP node is that anybody is able to run one, ie. permissionless. To achieve this, I made a custom p2p network. yes, yet another one, but I wanted the absolute fastest networking so decided to make my own. That means there could (are) bugs in the fundamental networking code as I read/write directly to the network ports. I combined the p2p and rpc aspects and the peers actually use the same requests as the browser makes for http://5.9.253.195:7779/api/stats/orderbook?base=REVS&rel=KMD and the equivalent. This allowed me to use the same code for the p2p networking and the rpc handling. native DEX p2p network has custom messages to propagate new peers quickly and available utxos reasonably quickly
At any given time, most of the LP nodes will have a recent set of available utxo and a very current set of peers. So, the client connects to any of the seed nodes, gets a list of peers and iterates getpeers on them to get a complete map of all the LP nodes. It is quite possible the networking can flood itself, but I did put guards against that in
the native DEX is based on utxo (pairs). the LP node needs the utxo to trade and a 13% bigger utxo to use as a deposit. The client node needs a utxo to trade and a 1/777th size one for the dexfee. A node scans its smartaddress (derived from passphrase) for pairs of utxo using a simple bestfit algorithm and creates utxopairs that can be seen locally using the inventory command
Now I am concerned that at some scale, the current design will bog down, however I have structured things to be pretty efficient. Each LP node creates a pub/sub nanomsg socket along with a push/pull pipeline socket. The former is used for sending out data (and commands) the latter for receiving requests. Both channels are fed through the RPC command processor, so typically a matched pair of "method" fields are used similar to "ping" -> "pong" response
Since the nanomsg pub/sub was designed to broadcast to a very large number of nodes, it should be able to handle thousands of client nodes. However, to maximize data propagation, all the clients are connected to all the LP nodes. with 10 LP nodes now, this is not an issue, but it could become one if we end up with hundreds (or thousands) of LP nodes
any node can request from an LP node about peers and utxos and prices, whenever any node does, the LP node publishes the answer and since all clients (and LP nodes) are subsribers to all LP nodes, the original requestor along with everybody else will get the data. This makes it so that a lot of times all the required data is available client side automatically
To receive requests, all nodes connect to a one stage pipeline with a single provider, a specific LP node. this serializes the request stream from all other nodes into a specific LP node. Most requests are about peers, utxo and prices, but there are a few special ones that start an atomic swap
Since we are swapping specific utxo, it can only be swapped with a single party. This means we need to create an exclusive lock on that utxo for sale. Of course it needs to be time limited to prevent the orderbook from being locked. The "price" command and "request" command are nearly identical, the latter just provides a 60 second lock for the requesting party to "connect". Since the information is broadcast publicly, it is possible for some other node to jump in and establish the connection. However, in some sense the native DEX is a free for all, first come first served, so this is in the spirit of the DEX operation
the "connect" command makes sure a utxo was properly reserved and if it was it creates a nanomsg NN_PAIR socket, which has the nice attribute of being limited to two connections, one immediately being taken by the LP node. This assures exclusivity of the connecting client node during the atomic protocol and further that only one party at a time is trading any specific utxo. At least on the LP node side. It is possible for an evil client to try to trade the same utxo to multiple LP nodes, but the blockchain will prevent such double spends
In my tests, I am seeing the above process of fetching the utxos, getting prices, requesting and connecting happens essentially instantly
Once the atomic swap protocol starts, I set it up like railroad tracks, basically it can only go along a single path, or derail. This dramatically simplifies all the possible errors that can happen during the atomic swap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1364951
 discusses the protocol details for the atomic swap itself. It is quite difficult to understand, so I will try to simplify
bitcointalk.org
Atomic swaps using cut and choose
Atomic swaps using cut and choose
In order to prevent spamming, the client node must pay a dexfee (1/777th tradesize) to assure the LP node that he is serious. Putting an actual financial cost has the advantage in that it removes spammers at the first step and also it creates a revenue stream for our patient investors. There is an implicit assumption that LP nodes are more reliable than client nodes. Even before the dexfee is sent, the two nodes use the cut and choose protocol to perform a key exchange and create a trade specific set of addresses that will be used. Once this is done, then the dexfee is sent. Once the fee is verified to have been sent, the atomic swap starts for real. By convention the two parties trading are Alice (client) and Bob. Bob has the burden of providing a deposit in the protocol. To compensate, Bob has no dexfee at all, just the coins txfee.
Bob first broadcasts a deposit. Alice waits for this to be confirmed. By waiting for the coin confirmation, the nature of the protocol avoids malleability issues, other than the generally annoying part about malleability where the txid you expected is not what ends up in the blockchain. Alice then sends a 2of2 multisig to Bob, Bob can verify it is to the right address that he will be able to spend, but he cant spend it yet
Bob then sends his payment to Alice, who is able to spend it immediately and by doing so has to divulge the information Bob needs to spend the 2of2 multisig.
As soon as the three initial transactions are sent to the blockchain(s): bobdeposit, alicepayment, bobpayment, the trade is locked, both parties know they will get at least what they agreed upon, in cases where one side doesnt do what they are supposed to, the other party can get even more
for each of the three payments, there are two outcomes: bob spends it or alice spends it. The mainstream sequence is:
1. bobdeposit 2. alicepayment 3. bobpayment 4. alicespend 5. bobspend 6. bobrefund
however at any point, the sequence can stop due to disconnection or intentionally. You will see that regardless of what point it stops at, the result is acceptable:
1. alice will eventually claim the deposit when it times out in some hours
2. bob can refund his own deposit and in doing so allows alice to reclaim her payment. if enough time elapses, alice can spend the bobdeposit and give bob the information to spend alicepayment
3. after timeouts, bob can reclaim his deposit and payment
4. alice is happy at this point and can collect even more via spending bobdeposit
5. there is no reason for bob to leave the transactions for alice to reclaim
The above is a very high level description and the reality has a lot of subtle details to make it all work. Happy hunting for bugs
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 07, 2017, 04:00:15 AM

Notaries are an important part of the security of the entire network.......IMO, I don't think the community will elect someone who "buys" a node.


elections are always transactional, things given & votes received in return, and there isn't a moral dimension here, so offering 'hope' and 'vision' like regular politicians isn't relevant

the current notaries have the advantage of incumbency, but those who think competency alone will be enough to keep getting elected will serve one-term only

eventually the community will only elect people who "buy" votes, i.e. share revenue

future notaries should probably operate like mining pools - fixed costs covered, % return to the operator, proportional share per 'vote'

PoW rewards are competitive,  based on hardware costs & electricity (i.e. how much $$ spent)

PoS rewards are competitive, based on coin ownership (i.e. how much $$ spent)

KMD notary rewards will be competitive too, based on $$ spent. There's no other way to secure the network that maintains decentralization



I'm still not sure how these notaries work, but don't they cause centralization in the long-run?
No, to the contrary there is much less centralization with KMD notaries as all the notaries have equal power.

Look at: https://blockchain.info/pools

Notice the top 16 have well over 90% the hashrate.

So which is more centralized?

I may not be stating this correctly but is't it that whoever has larger number of KMDs also has higher voting power/rights?
yes, that is how it should be. you wouldnt want people without much at stake to control the voting.

Bittrex is the "PoW" equivalent right now as anybody can buy voting power. However, other than the free money part, a notary node does not have a lot of direct powers to affect things. A notary mined block still has to be validated by all nodes, there is no ability to create arbitrary transactions. But like with any mined currency, the miner has discretion on what goes into the block.

In my opinion, it is harder to centralize stake as that only requires money to purchase stake and anybody with money is able to do this. That seems pretty fair. With PoW mined coins you need both money and expertise in mining, which limits the number of participants. The fewer the participants, the more likely it is to get centralized.

There are thousands of KMD holders now. If any one of them tried to corner the market and buy up all the KMD ...., that doesnt make economic sense as the cost of such market activity is unlikely to be recouped from a notary node.

Also, notary nodes are split into 4 geographic areas, so no single region can have more than 16 (25%) of notary nodes. That alone seems to make centralization a challenge
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 07, 2017, 03:12:43 AM
I made an alpha release (command line) of native DEX, more details in #tradebots of SuperNET slack

any coin to any coin trading directly from wallet is now possible

I originally did atomic swaps a couple years ago, but it didnt have the required performance until this iteration. Also, there were quite a few higher priority things that I had to deal with.

Nowadays with the much larger organization, I am able to spend the vast majority of my time coding again.

Anyway, we are looking for command line testers. There  is 10000 KMD allocated for bounties and also there will be coins offered at crazy low prices on the native DEX and the ones who can figure out how to trade for them will get them.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 07, 2017, 03:03:54 AM
I predicted the second elections will be a lot more competitive, it seems I will be right.

Notaries are currently grossing about $100 per day and this is a nice reward for all the work they put in to get to where we are today. They all took a risk that they might just barely cover costs for all their troubles, but the upside is to have the income increasing without any cost increase.

The quick response of the notaries allowed us to detect and thwart attacks and in general keep the blocks generated smoothly. Moving forward, I think the community will be scrutinizing the actual contributions that each notary makes and vote accordingly.

There are many ways to contribute and one of the most important is by being a developer. We are looking for more devs and while I cannot promise that an active and productive dev will win a notary spot, I can say that they have a very good chance of being elected.

The formula is that a notary node makes about 80x the price of KMD per day, so as the price keeps going up, this starts becoming real money. What if KMD had a few dozen devs who never had to worry about money and could just code cool things for KMD?

14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 07, 2017, 02:53:31 AM

Notaries are an important part of the security of the entire network.......IMO, I don't think the community will elect someone who "buys" a node.


elections are always transactional, things given & votes received in return, and there isn't a moral dimension here, so offering 'hope' and 'vision' like regular politicians isn't relevant

the current notaries have the advantage of incumbency, but those who think competency alone will be enough to keep getting elected will serve one-term only

eventually the community will only elect people who "buy" votes, i.e. share revenue

future notaries should probably operate like mining pools - fixed costs covered, % return to the operator, proportional share per 'vote'

PoW rewards are competitive,  based on hardware costs & electricity (i.e. how much $$ spent)

PoS rewards are competitive, based on coin ownership (i.e. how much $$ spent)

KMD notary rewards will be competitive too, based on $$ spent. There's no other way to secure the network that maintains decentralization



I'm still not sure how these notaries work, but don't they cause centralization in the long-run?
No, to the contrary there is much less centralization with KMD notaries as all the notaries have equal power.

Look at: https://blockchain.info/pools

Notice the top 16 have well over 90% the hashrate.

So which is more centralized?
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Question for jl777 - supernet/unity trading activity on nxt asset exchange on: June 06, 2017, 07:12:11 PM
It looks like the 'Asset Issuer' account has been out there purchasing Supernet/Unity on the nxt asset exchange?  Why would that account be doing that?  The volume has been relatively high as of late.  I'm not sure what to make of it all.  Still sort of confused how the old Supernet/Unity asset relates to Komodo - and what's the longer term prognosis for the Unity asset given Komodo.
http://old.supernet.org/nav.php -> NAV over 700

I have been buying SuperNET at below NAV for years. I like the discount and it also provides liquidity to the person selling.

What almost everyone didnt realize is that the stronger KMD is, the more it helps SuperNET. Having virtually all my major positions kick into high gear didnt hurt either: STRAT, IOTA, KMD, SYS, WAVES, etc. Even the little HEAT is starting to register on the totals page.

As far as the long term prognosis, what do you think it means when the issuer is repurchasing on the open market? Finally, the initial assets are about to generate some revenues. Not much at first, but have to start somewhere. Over time, SuperNET will shift to trading as a high tech growth company with a large book value, instead of as a discounted closed end fund
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 04, 2017, 09:49:34 PM
The blockchain was not under attack, it is similar to a DOS attack at the network level. Still not sure exactly how a killer packet was created, but a fix for the crashing is already updated in github. I estimate about 10% of nodes were affected.

If you are having crashes, just update and it should be fine. We are still testing the hotfix version, but the change was very small so it should be fine.

No funds were at risk, just annoyance of having to restart a node, but if you are in the process of syncing, it would likely make it much more difficult to do so as if it is crashed it wont sync.

17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 04, 2017, 05:31:50 PM
We have detected some sort of remote packet that triggered an assert (which stops komodod).

It could just be some sporadic thing, but it is possible it is a deliberate action. The effect is that your node might be stopped and you have to start it again. Annoying, but since it might be part of a two part attack, we took the precaution to alert bittrex.

We are working on a fix and this doesnt affect trading, just deposits and withdraws.

So, if you are hit with this, then just restart komodo. I estimate about 10% of nodes are affected. And 90% of those are able to just resume. If restarting komodo doesnt work, try loading it in gdb with a breakpoint at main, and then continue. This works around the assert. If that doesnt work, then you will have to wait for an update.

A proposed fix is in the beta branch now, but it could well require more changes as we just started testing it.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 02, 2017, 01:58:01 PM

@jl777

Sponsored post on Facebook:  "We are looking forward to Bitcoin's activation of SegWit in order to implement Atomic Swaps with Counterparty."

Why is SegWit needed in their case, but not for Komodo?  Sorry if trivial...  Embarrassed


a much more complex protocol is needed to atomic swap without segwit
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: June 02, 2017, 08:48:44 AM
18th payout is complete:

ba323d890f61499cd6f0063794d584c42e1aae4fb37a8ff63fdac6a05b02cd67
108998.28313606 <- expected amount RCJHEogA7SW6PxuctPLtaVnXwiu49PyZY8
06dc0290c9f65464dff7df9191b18ec8b0d5f99affd6f7af66e999415bdb7d48
196.34763557 <- expected amount RDdUQ5t6SYYGZUdAxBk5i7QdTWvzAshxNZ
e7c27c1c681e4d7c8264aedebbfd2ff1d72ba7c2291909eff7b7a40bff197a84
14524.72874062 <- expected amount RTdb8aKy9UyhaQhN4XzMxG2AhR6HfZ1ATU
c83b67431f0201c1ac968f82dbc267cd66ba171c31dafe0fe2fe662b86d5a17e
16017.97255691 <- expected amount REVcoi6A4GRfuchCXTwBTszbakhoh9inLs
6de5758956e3838cff795c9d9d0e3e172c9790fcfb74fc6b7be78e51a2bacd72
145928.92215821 <- expected amount RND3dLBRRvqqCGw9Pe2c2VT68ognGA9h22
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114940.35721379 <- expected amount RUMinvguFQSi3j9viHRpdocppdZ3r1SUj6
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next one is the first friday of July
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - Zcash Zero Knowledge Privacy Secured by Bitcoin on: May 22, 2017, 05:31:13 AM

World's first Unlimited  Komodo (KMD) debit card
https://uquid.com/komodo-debit-card


BOOM

is this endorsed by KMD? uquid? are they known?

Was just about to ask the same question when I saw your post. It sounds like a game changer but, I'm a little concerned that no one is jumping on it and there are some typos on their website. Also, how does it work? Do they use a secondary service to convert? Can we get an official word here, good or bad?

SuperNET does neither endorse nor denounce it. Personally I know some people that used uquid in the past and had no problems with them. Btw, they have various altcoin cards: https://uquid.com/altcoin-debit-card


Is there any news about CryptoCard debit card project from NXTprivacy?

https://www.mynxt.info/asset/7110939398145553585
It was completed long ago with the Coinomat card.
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