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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: May 30, 2022, 05:46:28 PM
I'm looking to sell some chesscoins. If anyone is interested in buying, please send me a private message.

I know the exchanges that list chesscoin and I personally don't trust any of them, so for me using an exchange is not an option. I'm prepared to sell for a bit less than market price and we can use a reputable escrow if you want.
2  Other / Meta / Re: Unofficial list of (official) Bitcointalk.org rules, guidelines, FAQ on: February 12, 2022, 05:27:55 PM

I'm not a @mprep Wink, but I'll allow myself to quote this one:

You are allowed to put referal links in your signature, the main concern with referal links is people creating spam to give out their referal links. You can put whatever you want in your signature as long as its not a link to malware, or if its a link to a NSFW site, please label it as such. Nothing sucks worse than getting into a bad situation because that buycoinsdirect.com link in your signature is actually a cam site. Different user groups, IE legendary/Newbie have different restrictions on what sort of formating is able to be used in their signature. For example newbie accounts can't have links, certain usergroups can't have styled signatures, etc. That is disabled by settings not something you can accidentally mess up.

thanks for answer Xal0lex. But i worry what my link this is exchanche Binance. (I have long seen somewhere on the forum that links to exchangers are prohibited)

Can you find what you saw and where you saw it?

In the opening post, there's this about exchanges:

22. Advertising (this includes mining pools, gambling services, exchanges, shops, etc.) in others' threads is no longer allowed, including, but not limited to, in altcoin announcement threads.

Nothing about signatures in there.

And to add to Xal0lex reply, here is the rule from the opening post about referral links:

4. No referral code (ref link) spam.

Spamming would be positing irrelvant messages with your referral link, including messages saying "check my signature".

So it looks like you are safe to put a referral link in your signature.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DECENT Announcement - Decentralizing Content Distribution on: February 11, 2022, 12:46:36 PM
Not even police can help you with this. It's way too gray legally if they even broke the law. Technically they delivered a product and just quietly faded away, probably because lack of funds. Even if they malice intentions all along, it would be hard to prove they had planned this from beginnig.

Well if people are motivated enough they can surely seek legal council where they live and see what can be done. Hopefully some will. It is infuritaing how easily scams in crypto are still being operated and how scammers can get away with it Angry.

Plus they just removed the opening post which is very suspicious to say the least.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Xaurum | Exchangable for Gold | 97,348.9G - 999.9 LBMA | Since 2015 [XAUR] on: February 05, 2022, 06:16:07 PM
I'm looking to sell my XAUR for a discount, based on market price https://mercatox.com/exchange/XAUR/BTC.

I don't want to create an account on Mercatox so I'm happy selling for a discount to whoever wants to make a quick buck by reselling on Mercatox or hodling for better days.

If you are interested please PM me.

Also, I have no idea if Mercatox is legit or if the XAUR/BTC market in there is, and have no intention of reseaching that, so DYOR as usual.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments on: January 23, 2022, 09:31:15 PM
Would you use it yourself as developers if your project depends on some other Open Source software?

I believe the answer is in the post you just quoted. There you have how it is used for Obyte wallet repo, which you can also see here https://kivach.org/repo/byteball/obyte-gui-wallet.

On https://kivach.org you can also see how it's used for other Obyte repos. Here's what I found:
- https://kivach.org/repo/byteball/ocore
- https://kivach.org/repo/byteball/obyte-cascading-donations
- https://kivach.org/repo/byteball/cascading-donations-ui

There are other Obyte repos, check https://github.com/byteball. Probably a mattter of time before many of them are cascading donations.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: November 20, 2021, 08:56:48 AM
We are still investigating whether the blockchain has not been damaged...
The clients 1.4 have started and we are carrying out further tests... we will inform you about the results...

The address is very old and this address could belong to the developer...
if the developer has not waited until the blockchain has been sysmronized before starting staking, it would deliberately damage the blockchain!

Good to know. As you said, preventing staking before syncing would be really helpful here. Thank you for the update and for the work.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: November 19, 2021, 09:59:39 AM
We had a hard fork at block 2135726

Is this the serious bug you were talking about here:

We have found a serious bug with clients 1.3 and 1.4!
Please only work with version 1.2.1!
https://github.com/AKKPP/ChessCoin/releases/tag/v1.2.1

Or is it something else?

We had an unusual network contact from Thailand...

What does that mean?

We are looking for a way to prevent blocks from being staked out before the blockchain has been sysnronized!

Is this related to the hardfork/bug?

At the same time we are working on an Electrum server and an Electrum client for Windows with version 1.4

If we have made further progress, we will roll out version 1.4 with a hard fork...

Good luck, you work is much appreciated.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: November 15, 2021, 07:12:24 PM
Does anyone have experience trading ChessCoin032 on the exchanges it's listed on? Did anyone manage to deposit, buy, sell or withdraw any chesscoins, bitcoins or usd tethers?

We are in a Russian Telegram group and also in a lichess group...
https://lichess.org/team/crypto-chess
https://t.me/cryptochessgame

Your question should be answered in the telegram group...  Smiley

I appreciate you posting here as you do.  Look, a lot of us stake many of these small coins.  Please don't make us chase information into different groups as small coins tend to be problematic to stake and take more time than they are worth financially.

Can you tell me why you are here???
The only thing you can do is annoy! Is that probably your job too? I would ask you to stop filling this chat with your opinion! Many thanks!

I don't think paramind22 meant any harm and there was actually a compliment in there. I agree that it's better to have all the info here rather than in Telegram or in many channels. It's easier to track.



We have found a serious bug with clients 1.3 and 1.4!
Please only work with version 1.2.1!
https://github.com/AKKPP/ChessCoin/releases/tag/v1.2.1

Thank you for the notification. Please once it's fixed let us know what the issue was and what were the impacts on anyone who ran 1.3 or 1.4.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: November 11, 2021, 01:10:38 PM
Does anyone have experience trading ChessCoin032 on the exchanges it's listed on? Did anyone manage to deposit, buy, sell or withdraw any chesscoins, bitcoins or usd tethers?
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: September 08, 2021, 04:06:21 PM
Here you can find everything you need  https://www.chesscoin032.com/history

Thank you for the reply. I'm still confused though:
- This repo https://github.com/COINFORCHESS/ChessCoin has the initial ChessCoin 1.0.
- This repo https://github.com/Laser9un/ChessCoin seems to have ChessCoin 1.0 as well but with a new logo and a commit from April 27 2021. How is it possible that this commit is so recent whereas the history page says the logo was changed on July 3 2016?
- This one https://github.com/devbest555/ChessCoin-1/releases/tag/1.0.7-win has ChessCoin 1.0 release for Windows dating back to April 26 2021. This looks odd as well.
- This repo https://github.com/AKKPP/ChessCoin seems to be the most up-to-date and has ChessCoin 1.2 and the releases https://github.com/AKKPP/ChessCoin/releases/tag/v1.2.1, but theses date back to Sep 25 2020, which is way before your comment about a 100% virus-free client:
We had a developer who compiled a ChessCoin client from the code with Windows 10 and this wallet no longer has any errors...
so we now know 100% that the code does not contain a virus...   Smiley
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/6d4fbf230a1b739de6aeaeec97ba4a4d6cc84b61cbc8ec3eefbf027a46c7f45d/detection

My simple question is are there repos with up-to-date and virus-free releases on all platforms for ChessCoin 1.0 and 1.2? If not, which source code should I use to build myself up-to-date and virus-free versions of ChessCoin 1.0 and 1.2? Thank you.

I just want to run the most up-to-date and safest client.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: | NEO Smart Economy | Official Thread on: September 06, 2021, 03:46:18 PM
Topic is misleading, NEO is far from top 10, currently #40

Yeah, the topic dates back to 2018. The last time Da Hongfei was seen here is three years ago. You can modify the topic's title when you write a reply like I did. You can also PM Da, maybe he'll change it.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: September 01, 2021, 03:53:31 PM
For the virustotal false positives, I'm prepared to offer a bounty to anyone who could work on fixing them. I could also offer a bounty (less than for fixing) for anyone who would explain for each false positive why it is a false positive and why it's safe to install the wallet. If anyone is interested let me know here how much you think this deserves.

By creating another client, we were able to reduce the virustotal error message to one.

We also compiled the source code of ChessCoin 1.0 and found the same error message there as well.

Virustotal has found:Generic ML PUA (PUA) https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/7cd927cdf2e148cd52255e45cac95b03a9f9a5f927497f4ef2033cd46813047f/detection

Infos:
https://support.sophos.com/support/s/article/KB-000036919?language=en_US
https://support.sophos.com/support/s/article/KB-000037167?language=en_US

Here you can load the new client version: https://github.com/AKKPP/ChessCoin/releases

We had a developer who compiled a ChessCoin client from the code with Windows 10 and this wallet no longer has any errors...
so we now know 100% that the code does not contain a virus...   Smiley
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/6d4fbf230a1b739de6aeaeec97ba4a4d6cc84b61cbc8ec3eefbf027a46c7f45d/detection

That is great. Thank you for working on that. I have some questions:
- Since there is a new client, do you know why the GitHub releases page is still showing September 25, 2020?
- Does the virustotal diagnosis on the Windows file guarantee that the macOS and Ubuntu files are okay as well?
- Are clients of the old chesscoin 1.0 still available somewhere?

Also I promised a bounty and I will stand by my promise. Let me know how much you think the work was worth and why. As soon as I run a client I'll send you some coins.
13  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Is Released on: April 13, 2021, 02:28:04 PM
I could ask for that, so this means they would need to spend the output from the unconfirmed transaction with a higher fee and send it to one of their addresses, right?

yes.
I actually wrote a tutorial a while back on how to execute an cpfp as a sender using electrum. For a receiver, it's actually more or less the same... If you point them towards this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5285192 they can ask for help in case they don't succeed (depends on which wallet they're using tough... It might require them to export private key(s) from their current wallet and import them into electrum if they want to follow the walktrough... In which case they need to be extra carefull not to compromise their keys)

Great thanks, I'll refer them to that if needed.

Yes I've seen some of those but they charge way too much. Do you have some that you could recommend?

I've seen good things from viabtc... They have a free and a payed accelerator service, and they're legit... They own a pretty big pool, so they're able to deliver what they promise

Yes I know about their free service but it requires a minimum fee which my transaction doesn't have. So I guess I'll have to use their paid service if I don't succeed in getting the receiver to perform a CPFP. Thanks.

Pruning happens if the limit of the mempool is over the limit set by the node operator OR if the unconfirmed transaction is older than x hours (default 2 weeks). So it should be pruned from most mempools in 2 weeks no matter what the feerate was

Provided it's not rebroadcasted...

To be honest, i have no idear if wasabi automatically rebroadcasts transactions... Maybe you can restore your wasabi wallet from seed by creating a new wallet but re-using the same seed... Not reopening the original wallet untill the transaction has been dropped.
It's also possible you keep rebroadcasting the transaction by your efforts to fix the issue tough... For example: sometimes people start using those "free" rebroadcasting websites because they think it'll fix their problem, but all those sites do is fetch the raw transaction and rebroadcast it, making it harder to double spend or to require more time to wait untill the transaction dissapears from most mempools.

Yes that's why I didn't use those "free" accelerators. The only transactions I intentionally broadcasted were my double spending attempts. However I haven't kept my wallet shut down for 2 weeks so either it might be rebroadcasting in the background or some other service which I have no control over is doing it...
14  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Is Released on: April 13, 2021, 01:09:28 PM
Can the person receiving it create a CPFP transaction or is it to an exchange / business?

I could ask for that, so this means they would need to spend the output from the unconfirmed transaction with a higher fee and send it to one of their addresses, right?

There are paid transaction accelerators out there and some free ones that might help.

Yes I've seen some of those but they charge way too much. Do you have some that you could recommend?

How low a fee did you use? The fees have dropped below 10/sat b a few times over the last few weeks.

It was lower than that. At some point I hoped for it to get purged but it didn't, so it's not low enough for it to get purged but not high enough to get confirmed...



The default setting on the reference client is 2 weeks not 3 days (at least, it's 2 weeks in the version i'm running, which is not 0.21.0, but still i'm running a relatively recent version)...

Indeed, I found this https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/9312, so it appears 3 days was the old value and now it's 2 weeks.

So, if you stop rebroadcasting, most (but not all) nodes should have dropped your transaction after 2 weeks...

I'm not intentionally rebroadcasting but it seems to be happening, https://live.blockcypher.com displays a received field for transactions and for my transaction it's regularly updated. Do you know how I can know the whereabouts of the rebroadcasts, what triggers them and how many times and when my transaction was rebroadcasted?
15  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Is Released on: April 13, 2021, 10:45:12 AM
Hi

I have a transaction that has been stuck for a couple of weeks because of a low fee. The transaction doesn't have change so I can't use CPFP and since it was built using Wasabi it's not tagged as an RBF so I can't replace the fee and broadcast it using another wallet or service. I've read somewhere that a transaction that stays in a mempool for 3 days gets ejected but it looks like my transaction is broadcasted regularly. I've removed Transactions.dat from Wasabi's Data Folder to have the coins appear back in my wallet and tried double spending them with a higher fee, to myself and to the original address. I tried it with Wasabi, Electrum and broadcasting through blockchain.com, nothing works and I get either an error of double spending or conflict, which was somehow expected.

Any idea on how I can unstuck it?

Thanks
16  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: April 09, 2021, 09:03:42 AM
This shows just how shit the altcoin performance is.

Someone spread $1000 over top 10 cryptos and held for 39 months:



Without BTC he would be down to $843 despite the bull runs (from $900 invested).
If he had invested his $1000 in only BTC he would be up to $4560.

People just don't get it. Maybe 1 in 50 in the comments on reddit see what's happening. Unbelievable.

I predict there will be millions of poor people after the next bear market and upswing considering what's going on with altcoins right now.

But of course also millions of rich BTC holders and probably already some trillionaires.


This data is really not relevant, picking a random date to buy and a random date to sell will give you a random PNL. What if that was invested a year or two years before, what if those prices were updated during spring 2018 when many altcoins boomed, what if we wait some more months or years. I mean nobody really knows and I don't see how you can get anything of substance from that data. If anything it looks like the bull market is not ending anytime soon so not sure why picking a date around now to sell would be any good.

Yes I agree that the next bear market could produce many poors and many riches as did the last one and the one before it, but not necessarily because one chose Bitcoin over whatever altcoins or vice versa.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: March 04, 2021, 04:53:45 PM
Very attentive...  Smiley AKKP is an account from 2013 and ZzzzeyeZzzz has an account from 2016 and has more options than AKKP.
Actually I didn't want to use ZzzzeyeZzzz, but without a real account you can't do it on Bitcointalk...

I will use both accounts...  Smiley

Lasergun has revised our clients and releases a new code  Smiley

We have "false positives" decisions in Windows Defender and have not been able to resolve them... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5275402.msg55227192#msg55227192
See here... false positives defender is already well known... https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=false+positives+defender&safe=images

https://www.cryptowisser.com/exchange/finexbox/
Quote
"The company owning the exchange is GENESIS BLOCKCHAIN GLOBAL LTD (registered in both the UK and in China). There is also information about the team operating the exchange (in particular on the co-founder and CEO Dennis Smith and the co-founder and CTO Lun Bao) on the website."
Deposit and withdrawal can take 24 hours and are done manually...

https://crex24.com/exchange has KYC... otherwise nothing special
https://app.stex.com/en otherwise nothing special and also KYC

You are welcome to work on ChessCoin 032%  Smiley

Thank you for your answers.

For the virustotal false positives, I'm prepared to offer a bounty to anyone who could work on fixing them. I could also offer a bounty (less than for fixing) for anyone who would explain for each false positive why it is a false positive and why it's safe to install the wallet. If anyone is interested let me know here how much you think this deserves.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Sia - Decentralized Storage on: January 27, 2021, 09:52:14 PM

Still on track. Here are some useful links about it:
https://siastats.info/fork
https://blog.sia.tech/launching-the-sia-foundation-ee47dfab4d2c
https://support.sia.tech/forks/navigating-the-2021-sia-hardfork
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: --- ChessCoin 0.32% --- PoS-based cryptocurrency... on: January 03, 2021, 12:11:12 PM
I've read through the thread and before jumping in I have some questions:

- Who can I consider the team to be behind this? It seems AKKP initiated this, AKKP account was created back in 2013 but no activity in that time, the account became active in the old chesscoin thread during the organization of the chess tournament. Any more info about the account would be highly appreciated. I can also see that ZzzzeyeZzzz is on board with this, that account was quite active in the old thread. And finally the releases https://github.com/AKKPP/ChessCoin/releases are done by lasergun, this account seems to be involved in something called 42, but no previous involvement in chesscoin, is this somewhat related to CC032?

Any information on the accounts involved and the projects interacting with CC032 would be very helpful.

- The virustotal scan is detecting some issues, are they all false positives? Can anyone explain why we shouldn't be alarmed by virustotal detections?

- Does anyone have experience with the exchanges listing CC032, anyone successfully deposited and withdrawed from there, anyone know if they do KYC? I'll DMOR but wanted to know the experience others have.

- Finally do we know who actually did the hard fork?

Thanks to anyone who can provide any info.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: | NEO Smart Economy⚡Now a Top 10 Cryptocurrency⚡| Official Thread |Updated Aug10 on: January 03, 2021, 10:46:48 AM
I think NEO is a crap, I regret I hadn't sold  it when it was at least 40usd..
Now it seems ETH is the King, and neither Eos nor Neo has good future as daap cryptocurency:(

Why do you think that? If it's only because of price performance, price should not be an indication of the crappiness of a crypto. If you invested during the ICO, you are still in tremendous gains. Every crypto you can think of went down, some way more than NEO, some less. These are just market cycles that repeat over and over again. When the time comes, I believe the gains will be worth the wait. This goes for many cryptocurrencies which are not your typical shitcoin and have solid and involved teams behind them.

It's okay to have regrets not selling at ATH or when the price was higher than now, you should realize that you only have regrets in hindsight, nobody knows the future. Try and use that regret and the crypto history to make better decisions, and not give in to emotions. Unless you are extremely lucky, you will not sell the top and you will not buy the bottom, we should just all make peace with this and move on.

If you have other elements that make you think NEO is crap and has no future, feel free to share them here, everybody would be very interested I think.
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