Bitcoin Forum
January 22, 2021, 08:25:13 PM *
News: Latest Bitcoin Core release: 0.21.0 [Torrent]
 
  Home Help Search Login Register More  
  Show Posts
Pages: « 1 [2] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 »
21  Economy / Speculation / Re: WALL Observer : BTC/USD price tracking and discussion (Phoenix Revision). on: July 02, 2017, 10:07:05 PM
2017-07-02 : Rule N°3 warning.


test -- test:

is this the WO- or the NWO-thread now?



BTW: Hash Rate is picking up speed.

 Smiley
22  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer Reloaded - Bitcoin price tracking & discussion on: July 02, 2017, 09:58:43 PM
Alts got hammered, because people are afraid of a bitcoin downturn.

They will recover, if bitcoin continues its upward movement (which it most likely will, because of the rising Hash Rate).


Let there be Lite!!
23  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer: BTC/USD Price Tracking and Discussion 2.0 (Unmoderated) on: July 02, 2017, 09:39:34 PM
Hash Rate is picking up pace...

May the force be with you .




and every rose has its Thorne.
24  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer: BTC/USD Price Tracking and Discussion 2.0 (Unmoderated) on: June 30, 2017, 12:14:11 AM
I like the idea of free speech! Thats more in keeping with Adams original thread.

For Adam!




That's the spirit!!

          

For Madam!!!


 Cheesy
25  Economy / Speculation / Re: WALL Observer : Death and Rebirth of Prices, Crashes and Lifes. on: June 28, 2017, 10:47:57 PM
Litecoin have rise volumes per 5 since the Segwit deployment.
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/litecoin/





This she-wolf in little red riding hood's clothes has a message for you.:



                                                                   



Buy! Buy! Buy!

 Cheesy
26  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][VRC] VeriCoin PoST Currency | [ANN][VRM] Verium PoWT Reserve on: October 30, 2016, 08:42:21 AM
Well ... can't deny this feels like standing on deck of a sinking ship, watching and waiting for the final wave to take it down.


... never mind, I just hope to reincarnate as a whale.  Wink

27  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][VRC] VeriCoin PoST Currency | [ANN][VRM] Verium PoWT Reserve on: October 21, 2016, 06:47:25 PM
taken from Startcoin ANN:
TrueAnon bashing START (at around 2200) sat on august 30.:


Almost Sept!

4 months until $1USD!

LOOOOOL


again bashing START (at around 2000 sat) on september 21.:


EVERYTHING about startcoin is just talk - this is piece of shit coin, it's all about Keiser's talk, when he says something about sc on social media ppl goes nut and price rises, when he's quiet for some time price goes down.
Coin itself is pure shit!!!
Don't get me wrong, I wish price sky rocks as I hold some of SC, but its pure shit...

cheers
Well it ain't gonna go up if you keep on bashing the coin.I personnally think your a complete nuisance and should sell your coins and move along to another forum because you're not welcome here any longer.Life has enough douchebags like you to put down a coin you no nothing about. So..... STFU

Well there are WAY more ppl on his side than yours re. such comments on START lol, so you're fighting uphill battle amigo.


and then when START hit 4000 sat on october 20 (yesterday).:

HERE WE GOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!  Grin Cool


you really funny guy...
 Cheesy
28  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Terracoin 1.0 (TRC) on: October 19, 2016, 06:24:03 PM
I voted for bittrex.

Although I would like to see TRC back on btc-e, I think it is better to first gain some traction elsewhere.

BTC-e delisted terracoin on their own, so they should also decide by themselves to relist it, when time has come...


BTW: Great wallet - works flawlessly for me.
29  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] NeosCoin swap in progress. Details, news and other information. on: September 29, 2016, 07:02:48 AM
The next stage of updates will come in stages by order of priority/necessity to support the upcoming changes. Before we do this, there are a few details to share with you all including a few proposals:

Suggestions/feedback from the community:

1.  Lower the cost of masternodes from 5000 NEOS to 3000 NEOS.  This would allow for more growth and a broader distribution.
2.  Increase the block reward to 2 NEOS per block, giving each MN 1 and each staker 1.

If anyone has any thoughts on the above, please feel free to share.  I'll be pushing some updates soon and coordinating the fork time pending feedback on the aforementioned.  Poloniex is in the works and will be gradually added into the client as well as Bleutrade.  Although, I've had conflicting opinions on in-wallet trading.  Some have expressed that the wallet should be without these features to allow it to focus solely on base functionality.  Thoughts?

regarding 1.:
I think most people don't set up masternodes, because they have to allow incoming connections. Changing the amount of NEOS for setting up a masternode will probably not change the situation.

regarding 2.:
around 550,000 NEOS per year will be created with the current reward schedule. That is already pretty high considering the total amount of NEOS existing. Instead of increasing the supply, I would be in favour of gradually decreasing the reward (say something like halving the reward every year, or every 550,000 blocks).

regarding in-wallet trading:
probably not worth the effort. I know that I will not use it.


Just an opinion ...

... btw, I like the new POS wallet and I was positively surprised when you announced the continuation of development.


Best of luck for the future of this coin.
30  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [OK] OKCash |Social |ROKOS |EasyInstaller |Bitsquare | IoT |Pine64 |LTSS |AUR on: September 28, 2016, 09:23:59 PM
Straight up this don't happen with any other coin, so don't blame hardware, just not going to put up with that .... it's the one and only coin I have ever had do it, on top of which it happens on all platforms, again, don't blame hardware. Don't mean to be rude, I am asking for a fix to this, not to have my hardware be blamed for something no other coin has ever had the problem of.... thanks for your input

Besides the fact OkPay is PoS coin, which could add to te number of wallet operations, it might happen this has to do with OKCash wallet being "HD wallet" - based on a newer version of Bitcoin core. Most other altcoins still use older sources, which may handle wallet IO operations differently. Do you run other coins having HD wallets?

BTW, just an additional note regarding wallets on Pi (as you mentioned you have one) - I hope you do not run wallets from SD card. Running any kind of coin wallet on SD card will eventually kill the card very quickly, so you will end up with damaged filesystem after next boot-up (regardless of it being caused by hard- or soft-reset). I have killed few SD cards that way before moving the wallet directories to external USB or NFS HDD. I don't know how you run your RPi, so this is just my advice to everyone - never run coin wallets from SD card This mean - do not keep coin directory (where the wallet.dat and blockchain files are located) on the SD card!!

Just my 2 cents...

Cheers! Smiley

Great advice, only killed one SD card and luckily saved my wallet.  Run from HD for sure Smiley

OK, I will out myself as an SD-card-on-a-RPi-staker.
I am running my wallet with a SANDISK-ultra on a RPi2 24/7 for over a year and without any problems.
I do backup the data directory as a zipped tar-archive from time to time (the wallet should be backed up anyways - whether HD or SD).

The SANDISK card is quite foregiving with powerfailures - though I had only one in the last year - but no corruption of the card after rebooting.

But there are a few things, that should be done before running the wallet.:

- completely deinstall dphys-swapfile - one could only deactivate it, but after rebooting swapping would be active again.
Swapping is a bad idea, at least on an SD-card, because when your memory gets exhausted and the card starts swapping data, it only furthers the slowdown until at a certain point your wallet cannot stay synced and either shuts down or gets unresponsive and you need to kill the process. It could also get worse and your hole system gets unresponsive and you need to pull the power-plug to shut it down and reboot.
So if you would need to swap on your SBC, because memory gets exhausted, you better use a SBC with more accessible memory instead of using a swapfile.

-I use a minimal installation (Raspbian minimal for the RPi) and compile the daemon, not the qt-wallet.
Lesser processes means lesser read/write cycles.

-When starting the daemon, I use '-printtoconsole > /dev/zero'. There is ofcourse no log at all, but that is exactly what I want anyways.


I do not intend to give advice to run your wallet as I do.
I just want to say, that I will continue running my wallet from SD-Card. If you are running from a HD, there is barely an advantage in using a SBC over a PC, because power consumption of your HD will probably be more than double the consumption of your SBC.
So you could as well use a PC for staking.

Thanks for reading,
 Smiley
31  Economy / Speculation / Re: The Death of Bitcoin as Confirmed by Data on: July 09, 2016, 11:15:37 AM
my chinese source told me this:

4444.44 * 666.666 = 6.¯6

consequential:


- USD/CNY will be adjusted to 6.667 for at least 3 months, 2 weeks and 2 days after the halving.

- after 3m,2w,2d bitcoin price will:             - either soar to 4444.44 USD
                                                                     - or drop to 666.666 CNY, then drop to 23.777 USD, and finally implode to 000.000 EUR



Questions that remain unanswered:           - when did proudhon sell his BTCT account?
                                                                     - can rationality be smoothed out?
                                                                     - why do I feel so bored after posting in this thread?


thank you very much, have a nice day ...
32  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Terracoin 1.0 (TRC) on: June 15, 2016, 01:24:32 PM
(...)
Which exchanges do people recommend?

btc-e ?
33  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: April 13, 2016, 09:28:48 PM
If bitcoin price is stable for longer, people need to pump altcoins to make profits. - right?

34  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [TRC] Terracoin - New Logo/Graphics Contest Open! - Bounty on: April 13, 2016, 09:16:50 PM



35  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [TRC] Terracoin - New Logo/Graphics Contest Open! - Bounty on: April 03, 2016, 02:56:46 AM
here's mine:





 Cheesy Cheesy

not really, ... seriously, ... not.

36  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][VRC] | VeriCoin | POS - NSDI | VeriBit | VeriSend | VeriSMS on: October 01, 2014, 09:45:15 AM
ok, so I installed vericoind on my raspberry-pi.
It is build without UPnP support - RPC-Port 58683 is forwarded manually.

It is running for a few days now, but no coins are on stake (in the wallet are 1000 VRC).

I checked the connections with
Code:
netstat -a
and it seems like I do not get any connections on port 58683. (I have 5+ connections to peers at 58684 though.)

Sometimes the following line is included in the output:

Code:
Proto    Recv-Q  Send-Q    Local Address         Foreign Address         State
tcp           0       0    localhost:47382       localhost:58683         TIME_WAIT

So it seems the connection gets terminated on my side, but why?

Sorry if the question is silly, maybe there are other reasons, why the coins do not stake.(?) - any suggestions/answers are much appreciated.

EDIT: I have my coins staking now - but I still do not get connections at port 58683.


That makes sense because the network is on 58684, the PoW phase rpc port was on 58683.  So you are all good it seems.

OK. Thank you very much for your answer.

So then my next silly question would be: Should I forward port 58684 and not 58683 in my router? Or do I not need to forward any port at all?

By the way, over night I generated 0.7 VRC with 1000 VRC staking. But today there are no coins staking at all and I got 1000.7 VRC shown in balance. Is this normal? Will the coins automatically stake again after some time?

Again sorry for the silly questions, any answers are much appreciated.

Wenn es funktioniert, warum willst Du den Port weiterleiten? Interest kommt zu unterschiedlichsten Zeiten. 0,7 VRC für 1000 VRC sind ne Menge wenn man bedenkt, dass es pro Jahr ca. 2,5% sein sollen. Es kann also sein, dass Du tagelang nichts bekommst, dann wieder 4 oder 5 mal pro Tag kleinere Beträge.

OK, thx for your reply.
So maybe I get something completely wrong, but I built vericoind without UPnP support and I thought I have to forward the port manually - if not, what is UPnP good for?

BTW I didn´t wonder about the 0.7 VRC being too little, but about the coins that were staking before and are now shown in "balance" and not in "stake" - I thought they would stay on stake all the time.
37  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][VRC] | VeriCoin | POS - NSDI | VeriBit | VeriSend | VeriSMS on: October 01, 2014, 07:14:38 AM
ok, so I installed vericoind on my raspberry-pi.
It is build without UPnP support - RPC-Port 58683 is forwarded manually.

It is running for a few days now, but no coins are on stake (in the wallet are 1000 VRC).

I checked the connections with
Code:
netstat -a
and it seems like I do not get any connections on port 58683. (I have 5+ connections to peers at 58684 though.)

Sometimes the following line is included in the output:

Code:
Proto    Recv-Q  Send-Q    Local Address         Foreign Address         State
tcp           0       0    localhost:47382       localhost:58683         TIME_WAIT

So it seems the connection gets terminated on my side, but why?

Sorry if the question is silly, maybe there are other reasons, why the coins do not stake.(?) - any suggestions/answers are much appreciated.

EDIT: I have my coins staking now - but I still do not get connections at port 58683.

That makes sense because the network is on 58684, the PoW phase rpc port was on 58683.  So you are all good it seems.

OK. Thank you very much for your answer.

So then my next silly question would be: Should I forward port 58684 and not 58683 in my router? Or do I not need to forward any port at all?

By the way, over night I generated 0.7 VRC with 1000 VRC staking. But today there are no coins staking at all and I got 1000.7 VRC shown in balance. Is this normal? Will the coins automatically stake again after some time?

Again sorry for the silly questions, any answers are much appreciated.
38  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: September 30, 2014, 11:14:28 PM
so we are at around 380 again?

Hope 380 - 450 range will hold for the rest of the year. Maybe then a new rally in early 2015.

Until then I am still waiting on the sideline - watching only, not touching

Cheers  Wink
39  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][VRC] | VeriCoin | POS - NSDI | VeriBit | VeriSend | VeriSMS on: September 30, 2014, 07:11:25 PM
ok, so I installed vericoind on my raspberry-pi.
It is build without UPnP support - RPC-Port 58683 is forwarded manually.

It is running for a few days now, but no coins are on stake (in the wallet are 1000 VRC).

I checked the connections with
Code:
netstat -a
and it seems like I do not get any connections on port 58683. (I have 5+ connections to peers at 58684 though.)

Sometimes the following line is included in the output:

Code:
Proto    Recv-Q  Send-Q    Local Address         Foreign Address         State
tcp           0       0    localhost:47382       localhost:58683         TIME_WAIT

So it seems the connection gets terminated on my side, but why?

Sorry if the question is silly, maybe there are other reasons, why the coins do not stake.(?) - any suggestions/answers are much appreciated.

EDIT: I have my coins staking now - but I still do not get connections at port 58683.
40  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][VRC] | VeriCoin | POS - NSDI | VeriBit | VeriSend | VeriSMS on: August 22, 2014, 08:05:50 PM
Hi guys,

I am just taking a short break from my break to show that I am still supporting Vericoin.

Soo, a few comments from me:

@effects: great job, Vericoin is positively back in the news and continues on its path towards the main goals
                (ease of use, mainstream adoption).

@buy4crypto: I can feel your struggle  Smiley ... I think you are (rightfully to a certain extent) too negative on the
                       development. I also think you became negative because of the recent price drop (which is maybe
                       still not over yet) and not so much because of the developers´ action/inaction.
                      
                       So please don´t follow the dark side and come back ... maybe not now, but in a few weeks.

@altcoinUK: Well bro, I have a feeling, that you are already lost to the dark side of BobPlop and gang. Your point of
                  view regarding importance of blockchain2 is simply wrong. Vericoin does not need
                  blockchain2 on itself. It can use existing platforms like ripple, stellar and what else is going to get
                  realized on this field. I feel like you are just annoyed, that your point does not get the dev´s and
                  community´s attention you had hoped for.
                
Vericoin is a virtual currency first and it is the goal to promote it as such. For example: Ripple is promoted as a transfer platform and not as a currency, the same with Ethereum. Stellar is just a Mcaleb Ripple clone with (allegedly) better distribution of the platform´s internal currency. If someone wants to invest in blockchain2, simply do it. But blockchain2 integration into vericoin is simply a waste of resources.

We should focus on the wallet right now. Security for minting, something like Peerbox would be great and will help to strengthen the network. If you need to clone it, do it and give credits to Peercoin´s Peerchemist.


Uh, ah ... a last word from me on the new developer:

1. I hope it is not one of the blackcoin guys.  Cheesy
2. If the goal is to bring Vericoin to a higher price level, by hiring a new dev, I am against it. If the goal is to
    actually improve the wallet and to ease the workload of the three devs I would say yes. So because we know
    how drkman announced the man, I am against it.  Cheesy

EDIT: spelling
Pages: « 1 [2] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 »
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!