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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]🌀 Blur Network(BLUR) 🌀 | PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic | CPU/Solo Mining | DPoW on: January 06, 2020, 09:14:28 PM
A snap package for the Blur Network GUI (Graphical Wallet) has been released, as well as an update to v0.1.9.9.2 for the CLI Tools snap package!

This packaging makes the GUI available on most distributions of linux, and retains all functionality of the blur-network-gui repository's releases.  Snap packaging seems to make networking/connectivity markedly smoother, as well as potentially making the GUI more private and secure.  This is due to the unique confinement feature of snaps.

Grab the package here: https://snapcraft.io/blur-wallet

Or simply install it with a sudo snap install blur-wallet

Once you've downloaded it, you can run the package with the command blur-wallet from a terminal.  That command will launch the GUI interface.  Support for standard desktop launchers may not yet work.  Please let us know if they (i.e. Start Menu) work for you!

Command-Line Interface:
https://github.com/blur-network/blur/releases
Blur Network CLI Tools Snap Package:

Or install with: sudo snap install blur
When launching the snap, include the startup flag blur.blurd --p2p-bind-port=52541 for the best network connectivity.

Graphical Wallet:
https://github.com/blur-network/blur-network-gui/releases
Blur Network Graphical Wallet Snap Package:

Or install with: sudo snap install blur-wallet
Run with 'blur-wallet' from a terminal, once installed
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]🌀 Blur Network(BLUR) 🌀 | PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic | CPU/Solo Mining | DPoW on: December 23, 2019, 07:27:57 PM
dev f*cked the community by abandoning the project.   no revival attempt will succeed.  stay away from this scam.

Indeed. Their discord is quite interesting... dev leaves, comes back not even a day later, says the project isn't supposed to be a currency nor have monetary value, won't prove he didn't dump his premine funds, largely writes off the KMD dpow implementation he was working on in an effort to secure directly with BTC, and then leaves again. The project is in complete disarray... when you have an unstable dev like this, especially the sole dev, it's hard to have faith in the project. Glad I'm observing as an outsider. Good luck to all those still stuck in this dumpster fire.

Wait for the dust to settle, the original dev leaving might be the best thing that ever happens to Blur, seriously, if the community steps up like what happened with Monero after their original dev left, Blur could attract a lot of new talent, like XMR did.

Fluffypony, smooth moneromooo tacotime etc, none of those guys started Monero, they came after the genesis dev left


Edit, none of these guys are the dude who started monero
https://web.getmonero.org/community/team/

Blur community is open for new talent looking for opportunities, so many other cryptos have gate keepers blocking who can do things, Blur doesn't have that problem, and either did monero after the genesis dev left.

Funny, a top 20 crypto that I use for years and I can't even remember the Monero genesis devs name ... That's a selling point  Grin

We are very much open to new contributors and any assistance that the community can volunteer.  Contributions are evaluated based on their merit, and we don't ever say "no" to ideas.  

Thanks for the support and for believing in Blur!  We have only been able to keep going, thanks to the massive response we got from community members willing to help out.  While we do now have enough hands on deck to keep things properly decentralized on the administrative-side of things... We can always use more. Drop by our discord chat, post a message, and we'll see how your skills might fit into our current committee.

Please note: We are driven entirely by volunteer efforts.  Unfortunately, we can't provide bounties for work, etc.  Community funding can be inquired about, directly to the community members in-chat, though.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]🌀 Blur Network(BLUR) 🌀 | PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic | CPU/Solo Mining | DPoW on: December 23, 2019, 07:25:14 PM
dev f*cked the community by abandoning the project.   no revival attempt will succeed.  stay away from this scam.

Indeed. Their discord is quite interesting... dev leaves, comes back not even a day later, says the project isn't supposed to be a currency nor have monetary value, won't prove he didn't dump his premine funds, largely writes off the KMD dpow implementation he was working on in an effort to secure directly with BTC, and then leaves again. The project is in complete disarray... when you have an unstable dev like this, especially the sole dev, it's hard to have faith in the project. Glad I'm observing as an outsider. Good luck to all those still stuck in this dumpster fire.

Wait for the dust to settle, the original dev leaving might be the best thing that ever happens to Blur, seriously, if the community steps up like what happened with Monero after their original dev left, Blur could attract a lot of new talent, like XMR did.

Fluffypony, smooth moneromooo tacotime etc, none of those guys started Monero, they came after the genesis dev left


Edit, none of these guys are the dude who started monero
https://web.getmonero.org/community/team/

Blur community is open for new talent looking for opportunities, so many other cryptos have gate keepers blocking who can do things, Blur doesn't have that problem, and either did monero after the genesis dev left.

Funny, a top 20 crypto that I use for years and I can't even remember the Monero genesis devs name ... That's a selling point  Grin

I don't think it will recover and i don't think any other dev will join.
Everyone who opens his mouth in there gets banned.
It will get worse now because the current mods are complete idiots, even more so than biz was.

This is a Haven like exit scam and it is going into round 2 now.
I pitty those who have not sold yet.


This is kind of funny, because I wrote the first article predicting the Haven fallout that would come around a year afterward.

Link: https://whalereports.com/the-munnypot-2-haven-protocol-xhv-a-critical-review/
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]🌀 Blur Network(BLUR) 🌀 | PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic | CPU/Solo Mining | DPoW on: December 23, 2019, 07:20:38 PM
Except blur is broken software that offers nothing over monero, which it forked from. Trouble syncing, trouble staying connected to the network. multiple chain rollbacks. Not to mention it was taken offline on txbit because coins were locked and they didn't know why. I did have a pool, but it became too much work to maintain because the node wouldn't keep connections and even the rpc wallet failed to stay connected to the node. Massively broken piece of software, with an undisclosed amount of coins locked and presumably burned. a coin whose original vision of multiple chains for different devices being totally destroyed by gpu miners running rampant on what was meant to be a "cpu only" chain.

Then on top of all that we have a dev saying this coin isn't meant to have any value, burning bridges with his new komodo friends and throwing away his new found dpow vision (which was 5 months behind his own deadline anyway). Blur is just another dead monero shitfork at this point. why would anyone revive this over the thousand other dead monero shitforks that exist?

I'm not sure what you're talking about, with trouble syncing or trouble staying connected to the network. We also haven't had a hardfork since over 400,000 blocks ago, much less a rollback.  (Check the current chain height: 760,000+ ... last fork was block 342,000).   Further, if you're uncomfortable with bleeding-edge technology, and occasional lack of stability... You should probably focus on some other project.  Innovation isn't the most stable goal in software development.  I've said many times that BLUR is experimental by design.   If you're not comfortable with us pushing the envelope... definitely best to find another point of interest in crypto.

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offers nothing over monero

Simply untrue.  Our daemons have had OpenAlias, ZeroMQ, MiniUPnP, and all DNS-related functionality completely removed from our codebase.  You'll have a much more secure experience running a Blur node as a result (Monero just had a vulnerability related to ZeroMQ) than you will running a Monero node.  Couple that with the recursive DNS server those nodes run, and well... you could wind up as an unsuspecting DNS cannon in DDoSes, or worse.

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coins locked and burned


No idea what you're referring to here.  If you can cite an actual issue, I can properly address it.  But I'm not sure if you're just pulling nonsense out of a hat, or what.

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gpu miners running rampant


I've said many times that we won't play the game of pointless "hardware resistance".  Such a thing simply does not exist.  A separate GPU chain will be launched relatively soon, with a custom algorithm and standard emission curve.  This launch (in-tandem), should serve to incentivize GPU miners to take their devices over to that chain, as the block rewards from early-adoption-biased emission will exceed those on the main chain, for a period of time.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: October 14, 2019, 02:43:00 AM
Why my wallet not sync? Sad

blurd.exe --add-priority-node=66.70.188.178:52541 --add-priority-node=66.70.189.131:52541 --add-priority-node=66.70.189.183:52541 --p2p-bind-port=52541 --rpc-bind-port=52542 --rpc-bind-ip=127.0.0.1


(outdated info removed)
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: October 14, 2019, 02:38:30 AM
Have you ever had similar project here at BCT? Seems like I've alreday seen such projetc here. Maybe i am mistaken though...

You must be mistaken. This is the first project I’ve created. Planning on it being the only one as well.


It’s a part of why we are choosing to confine things to a single enclosed ecosystem. I feel that a lot of what goes on with CryptoNote clones is bad for crypto in general. We don’t need more copy coins. I think that if one is going to do so, there should be an expectation of it being made known that the developer has multiple projects... and I think that they should be confined to the same ecosystem, in that event. But this is just my personal ethical compass

No more trading volume in altilly dev? What is happening? But there is a long list of buy and sell orders though. I checked this to see if I can cpu mine this coin because the price is not bad as compared to other cpu mineable coin. However, I want to check the current difficulty but your explorer is not up :


Sorry! Explorer was down for a few hours. It is back up now. 99% of BLUR’s trading volume  is on Txbit.io. I would prefer that some of the volume move over to Altilly as well, so please place an offer there if you want! However, you may have better luck on Txbit.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: October 02, 2019, 03:49:17 PM
Have you ever had similar project here at BCT? Seems like I've alreday seen such projetc here. Maybe i am mistaken though...

You must be mistaken. This is the first project I’ve created. Planning on it being the only one as well.


It’s a part of why we are choosing to confine things to a single enclosed ecosystem. I feel that a lot of what goes on with CryptoNote clones is bad for crypto in general. We don’t need more copy coins. I think that if one is going to do so, there should be an expectation of it being made known that the developer has multiple projects... and I think that they should be confined to the same ecosystem, in that event. But this is just my personal ethical compass
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: October 02, 2019, 02:29:37 PM
UPDATE: DPoW development on Blur is nearing completion.

You will find, below, an update on the progress so far:

1.) Code for keeping track of notary node signatures (sig_count), and an index for keeping track of which nodes have signed the pending_tx (signers_index), is complete and functional.

2.) The code to start creation of ntz txns is mostly complete, and is functional. Some refining still needed. To create a ntz tx, notary wallets will call the RPC method create_ntz_transfer

- The first two times that this method is called (performed automatically on notary wallet launch), the wallet paces the resulting pending_txinfo into a container. Since this RPC call takes between 5-15 seconds to complete, the cache will be used to speed up response time to the NOTIFY_REQUEST_NTZ_SIG protocol command, which is relayed automatically each time signatures are added, or upon creation of a new pending_tx

- Creation of  a notarization request is authenticated, and checked against the hardcoded pubkeys located in src/komodo/komodo_notaries.h.

3.)  Each notary node is given a signers_indexvalue, corresponding to their specific node. This value is appended to the index (which is an array, holding 13 values). Before signatures are appended, this field holds a default value of “-1” as a placeholder.  A partially signed transaction with a single signature will look like:
Code:
51 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1

4.) An RPC method append_ntz_sig has been added to perform the act of appending further signatures/outputs to a pending_tx, relayed by NOTIFY_REQUEST_NTZ_SIG

Currently, relay messages via protocol are fully working for requests.

You can find more details on these methods, etc.  As well as how the mempool treats pending ntz txns differently from regular txs, in the README.md located here: https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur/blob/dpow/README.md

If you wish to help test these additions, and the new difficulty algorithm (Monero's DAA with 1 minute block times) which will both be added at the next hardfork (v11)...  a version 11 testnet is currently live and running with these changes.  You will need to compile the dpow-blur source to run a node on the testnet.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: October 02, 2019, 02:23:17 PM
Good afternoon.
I have an old daemon and wallet version blur-v0.1.7-win-x86_64.
I used to update your binary file without any problems and transfer my wallet to it - there weren’t any problems.


I downloaded your new version - blur-v0.1.9.8.1-win-x86_64.
But my password from my old wallet does not work now.
What is the problem? What should I do and how to get my coins?
Thank you in advance.


I went into the old wallet and got my seed.
Then he tried to restore the wallet through his seed, but received an Error: Multisig seed failed verification error.
What am I doing wrong? How do I get my coins?

Use the flag --restore-deterministic
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: September 25, 2019, 08:09:09 AM
Recent jump in hashrate / difficulty... roughly 3x from a few weeks ago. Any news on this?

Strato

Sorry, I have not been checking bitcointalk often, as the development work on DPoW has been keeping me busy.  Things are at a very discernible point of functioning, from a wallet, daemon, and protocol-level standpoint.  I'll post an update here in a bit, on the development progress.  It's been a while since I updated everyone.  But have exciting things to share from code Smiley

Still a bit more work to go, but things are quickly getting closer to being done.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: August 27, 2019, 07:45:23 PM
Please be advised: Terms & Conditions, and the Privacy Policy on the website have been updated. Please take the time to refamiliarize yourself with the existing terms & policies, as well as getting acquainted with the new ones

You can access the "Terms and Conditions" agreement here: https://blur.cash/terms-and-conditions

And the website's "Privacy Policy" here: https://blur.cash/privacy-policy

And as always, our "Mission Statement" is available here, for completeness: https://blur.cash/mission-statement

Note that these are also all accessible from the footer of the website's main page.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: August 27, 2019, 07:43:01 PM
UPDATE: For those interested in progress on the DPoW integrations, the README in the DPoW-Blur repository has been updated!

You can access the repository here: https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur

Please note that the RPC methods included there are unfinished currently, but have partial functionality.

The ntz_transfer command issued to blur-notary-server-rpc will currently generate a single Tx with 64 destinations.  Subsequently, this transaction (signed by a single notary node) is relayed to the network as a request for more signatures.

Once the count for signatures reaches 13, the transaction will be relayed. You can simulate this behavior by changing sig_count to 13 in either RPC call:

1.)  request_ntz_sig sent to the daemon with a signed tx_blob

or

2.) ntz_transfer with sig_count = 13

Further functionality of authenticated tx creation, and automatic signing will be implemented in the next few days.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: July 31, 2019, 05:18:08 AM
Libbtc has been added to the DPoW-Blur repository for Bitcoin transaction parsing.

Timeline has shifted back slightly on the DPoW integrations, as some may have noticed. Patching the vulnerability from the XMR wallet bug necessitated the immediate attention. DPoW code should be done in roughly two weeks, as a result.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: July 24, 2019, 03:58:38 PM
Implementation of addresses with non-deterministic view/spend key pairs is complete.  See the README.md at https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur for details on how to use the notary-server-rpc to generate an address.  These addresses are LIVE and will be able to spend/receive funds.  Only do so if you are an experienced user.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: July 18, 2019, 01:48:11 PM
Another update on the state of DPoW integrations: (Repost from Komodo Discord)

1.) Notary Node  addresses & wallet building is underway. You can see the beginnings of the address work  here: (https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur/commit/1d4397c4da4b70eb3a66a911c4e3c78b1c138b53).

Understanding how this will work with NN pubkeys, requires a little background on XMR addresses.  In monero's ecosystem, each wallet address consists of two separate keypairs (4 keys in total, 2 public, 2 private). These consist of a viewkey pair, and a spendkey pair.  If keys are truly independent (they are deterministic in XMR, but will not be for notary nodes), the private viewkey can be used by third parties to transparently view the transactions. This is possible without the viewer having any way to actually compromise the funds of the wallet in question.

 jl777 and I spoke about about ways to employ the existing BTC pubkeys that notary nodes currently use, and avoid requiring submission of private keys of any kind... What we settled on was repurposing the current btc pubkeys as private viewkeys for  notary nodes on BLUR.  For the other keypair (spendkey), a new crypto library, built on Ed25519 and GIMLI permutations, called libhydrogen will be used to generate a high entropy secret spendkey.

This means that NN operators will only have  to provide their pubkey on startup of blur-notary-server-rpc, and a unique wallet address will then be generated.

2.) An extra parameter for dpowconfs has been added to the wallet, and notary wallets: (https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur/commit/38d8a482302a57479d1b4e174d6b74145171e6d7).

3.) All of the types, classes, etc necessary from bitcoin have been consolidated into the directory external/bitcoin (which compiles as a static library).

 I've also added a couple helper functions in src/common/hex_str.cpp for conversions between the two codebases. Converting from BTC style uint256 to cryptonote's crypto::hash is pretty simple this way, and we don't have to do any crazy type-punning.

4.) Unique ntz_txn tags & fields in the extra have been added, and have preliminarily been given a buffer of 4kB or so. (https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur/commit/f6deef44d41847c7e8125e40c606379cc325af27 & https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur/commit/6ade53a6548c983dae100ef24159548ba188c999)

5.) komodo-related DPoW functions have been built with main lines into cryptonote::core via the komodo_core class.  This class has a constructor that initializes m_core and m_p2p as references to cryptonote::core and node_server.  These are the two handlers that dictate consensus, effectively.

 - Here, core will allow us to load in state files, checkpoints, etc.  There are already placeholder functions (without bodies) for this.  You'll find all of komodo_core located in src/komodo/komodo_validation.cpp & .h

In BLUR consensus decisions begin in core and p2p as far as network communication goes.  These decisions are then finalized in src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp where they are added to the blockchain, or rejected based on verification & hard fork rules
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: July 18, 2019, 06:23:39 AM
Voting for the next coin to be listed on qtrade.io has begun!

If you want to see us listed on qtrade -- vote for Blur, here: https://qtrade.io/listings

Qtrade only lists innovative projects, so they would be a great exchange to get onto, if we can muster the community support.  Voting requires an e-mail verified account.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: July 18, 2019, 05:35:17 AM
GUI wallets have also been released for all platforms.  Grab those on the GitHub releases page as well, or via links on the website.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: July 18, 2019, 05:25:19 AM
Blur v0.1.9.8.1 'Radiance' has been released!

Grab it here: https://github.com/blur-network/blur/releases or via the links on the website.

Please update as soon as possible, as the update patched a critical wallet vulnerability.  Please see changelog for relevant information, as well as the picture attached below.  Opening old wallet files on the new wallet will mean that your mined rewards will not show up in your wallet balance until the steps below are followed:


19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: June 17, 2019, 05:46:06 PM
An update on the state of DPoW integrations for BLUR:

Porting all of the BTC-derived code is taking a while, but things are moving along smoothly... particularly as of late.  Things finally beginning to click between XMR-BTC, mentally speaking.

At the following repo you'll see some recent changes (not all have been pushed yet, as I am trying to keep that repository in a state that actually builds without treating warnings as errors): https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur

Among those changes that have been pushed are:

- There is now a binary that builds with the set of blur-specific bins that is titled `blur-notary-server-rpc`.  This will become the binary that will create the notarization transactions on BLUR's chain, once  the data has been written to into a raw btc transaction.
- That raw BTC data is going to be affixed to the 'extra' field of an BLUR transaction.  This subfield in the `tx_extra` will be prefixed by a leading byte of `0x05` which will be unique to notarization transactions.  I am going to attempt to keep that an authenticated field, meaning only NN secret keys will be able to create this type of transaction (ideally).
- Can't promise the authentication, since this field is not verified for content by any node (as far as consensus goes). But since we are making changes to consensus anyway, I figure its worth a shot (really just mitigates performance hit from verification happening too often).
- If you wish to compile that repo on your own you can also use the JSON-RPC calls for `notarization_data`, `height_MoM`, and `calc_MoM` to make a call to each of those three methods on the daemon.  I'll be adding documentation for these later on.
- The above RPC calls will eventually be populated with data from the komodo state files, iguana's methods for merkle tree calculations, and all that good stuff.
- The backbone of the RPC calls and the notarization server are built.  So, what's left is a matter of actually plugging these functions into the RPC calls and making sure they work properly once that's complete.

Integrations are looking like they’ll be done around the end of June. Possibly a week or two into July.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🌀 Blur Network (BLUR) 🌀 - PoW Cryptonight-Dynamic || Solo-Mine/CPU-Only on: May 30, 2019, 07:25:13 AM
Where did the people go?

Some are accumulating, and prefer not to have too much attention on BLUR until they finish.

dPoW will be big news if it succeeds

You can follow the progress on DPoW integrations here: https://github.com/blur-network/dpow-blur. And on the projects board here: https://github.com/orgs/blur-network/projects/1

I just finished implementing the RPC calls that will enable (eventually) things like cross-chain clusters and interactions with other assetchains in komodo’s network. All of the bitcoin compatibility dependencies have been integrated and placed in a separate  “bitcoin” library.  The goal when DPoW is launched, we’re shooting for full interoperability between XMR-based chains, and KMD’s ecosystem.

The exciting part, outside of the security that will be gained with KMD’s work: This means that BTC-based and XMR-based chains will be able to communicate by simply porting the changes. Still a lot to do, but things are taking shape.
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