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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [SPEC] SPEC - SCRYPT -/- CRYPTOWATCHER -/- DEDICATED SERVICE DEVELOPERS on: August 29, 2015, 04:06:26 PM
hy guys hope you'll break some news soon its been a while coin is stalling at a low price, wish you would had enabled POS as i requested earlier Smiley

I can't speak to the POS question, I only work on one part of the project, and SPECTRA will be having it's first release soon.

There are some dev installs here: http://dev.speccoin.com/

I'm still doing some testing with a couple of those chains but you're welcome to have a look.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [SPEC] SPEC - SCRYPT -/- CRYPTOWATCHER -/- DEDICATED SERVICE DEVELOPERS on: August 28, 2015, 06:31:59 PM
Hmmm   Had a bunch of SPEC but liquidated early.  I Might jump back in though...are there any reasons why I shouldn't?  Any reasons why I should?

I'm making arrangements for beta release of SPECTRA as I type.

Not sure if that will affect your decision Smiley
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [SPEC] SPEC - SCRYPT -/- CRYPTOWATCHER -/- DEDICATED SERVICE DEVELOPERS on: August 21, 2015, 05:29:58 AM
Just a quick update. We will have a themeless SPECTRA preview soon. We are about to move it to a more powerful server in order to test for multiple coin formats.

-James

Themeless!   Roll Eyes

I'm not a great designer but I've got quite a few hours into the default CSS just to achieve a generic but functional look. Designers will understand how that goes for sure. But I'm going to change the name from "Default" to "Themeless" now!

Seriously though, with that groundwork in place I hope some of you guys will be able to do great looking styles for this.

Architecturally, I've built in some text file inclusions so that non-coders don't have to get into the script code to adjust the headers and footers to suit, adding other elements around the 'working' bits will be pretty simple, as the page scripts invoke the block explorer functionality in, well, blocks for the most part.

And for those that will want to get into the guts of it and I've got a pretty good separation between the functional and presentation layers. All of the rendering code is centralized so you don't have to go hunting through every file in the package to find the parts you want to change.

I did a massive cleanup and re-factor this week and cut the size of the code base by over 50%, which just means 50% less places for bugs to hide. It's all very procedural and loaded with comments (can you have too many comments?) so hopefully everyone who is interested will be able to follow the code and do what they like with it. One thing about open source is you can't please everyone, but I hope in the end this tool will be seeing plenty of use, and fill a large gap in the current open source tool set.

I'm currently trying to load a HBN block chain into a SPECTRA database. 2.5m blocks of POS/POW hybrid block chain.  It's a bear, but since a couple of initial issues have been addressed things seem to be going smoothly, if not quickly.  

SPECTRA is working great with SPEC (basic POW only) and if it does well with a POW/POS hybrid (HBN) it should be fine with a fully POS chain as well I think. Soon it will be ready for a first release, and we'll see what kind of bugs other people can find with it. I'm sure there are a wealth of surprises waiting in the many available block chains.

I'm working on installation documents as well.  Ehh, well, I'm on the forum, 'cause who doesn't love writing documentation, am I right?

It's to the point where getting additional eyes on it is exactly what it needs. HBN is taking forever (it looks like it will literally take several days to load) so maybe we'll see about letting you guys have a look at the development server before that's fully loaded.

Updates Soon!
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [SPEC] SPEC - SCRYPT -/- CRYPTOWATCHER -/- DEDICATED SERVICE DEVELOPERS on: July 23, 2015, 05:19:47 AM
welcome jake so you were the hidden reason of movement on long stale market.

I saw the action on SPEC today, looked like some happy traders.

I'm getting started on my first project for the team right now, looking forward to exciting times!
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [SPEC] SPEC - SCRYPT -/- CRYPTOWATCHER -/- DEDICATED SERVICE DEVELOPERS on: July 21, 2015, 11:38:04 PM
 Smiley

It's been a while, bitcointalk...

I've been chatting with James for a couple of days now, working on this and another project.  So far it seems like a good fit, and it's nice to be a part of the team.

Here's looking forward to good things!


     ~ Jake

 
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Maples - POS/POW- Pools - Giveaway - Stable - Download Now on: September 06, 2013, 05:57:45 PM
I would like some maples:

JCzCbjjLTHFtsx2ArqyPtV692NrCQAaPm8

thanks
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] Infinitecoin - IFC high coins per block! V1.3 Released! *Please Upgrade* on: August 29, 2013, 04:36:35 PM

Every time I try to send IFC to cryptsy from IFC wallet a failed transaction error pops up. The old wallet and most recent version are both producing this same error. What's going on?


This happens sometimes if you have been mining P2Pool, or other services which generate a large number of small inputs as well.  It's not a matter of the transaction amount, it's a function of the number of inputs required to generate a transaction for the specified amounts.  You run into the transaction size limit of the block chain.

If that's the problem, the solution is still to make smaller transactions. They will use fewer inputs so that your transaction fits within the maximum transaction size for the block.  Also, be prepared to see some large TX fees for these transactions.

In other news:

IFC Lotto ticket price is dropped to 100 IFC per ticket, from 1000.  A user here pointed it out to me, with a rise of nearly 10x in value, a ticket price decrease of 10x seemed in order. The tickets already purchased will be converted at drawing time into the appropriate number for your deposit.

http://lotto.coinworld.us/IFC/

And also thanks to TECSHARE for a nice bounty - I've added a new price converter to the Ticker Image API at cryptank.com.

You request an image with USD and the resulting price in IFC is displayed.

Simple instructions for use are at InfiniteCoinTalk.org.
More detailed instructions on the Ticker Image API are available at http://cryptank.com/ticker/
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: who can believe the neocoin? on: August 13, 2013, 02:58:23 AM
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Spots [SPT] NEW COIN | NOW USED TO PURCHASE SILVER | Win | Mac | Linux | on: August 10, 2013, 03:50:37 AM
what about these spikes that go from 70k (while the pool claims 76 lmao) to 900K? Can you fix the hps math before anything else?

Because spots adjusts so quickly, some of the hash rate and difficulty figures seem, well, spotty.

It would appear that most of these issues are present in other coins, it's just not as noticeable that the figures returned for certain request methods are different across two blocks when it's something like every two thousand some-odd blocks with a coin like BitCoin. Very few people ever notice.

If you're not aware no wallet or client gives an accurate network hash rate, this is impossible.

By the same token, no pool can give you a truly accurate figure for the hash rate of it's miners.

Sometimes when the pool uses one estimation formula, and the client uses another, it looks odd. In both cases they're only estimates, based on past results and averaged out statistical figures. 

And they'll both become radically inaccurate if someone comes across a couple of lucky shares or blocks. Or if there's a particularly difficult streak.

Also an extra 800k spike in hash rate is typical when one of the hopping pools hits a coin.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Spots [SPT] NEW COIN | NOW USED TO PURCHASE SILVER | Win | Mac | Linux | on: August 09, 2013, 10:02:44 PM
It's big enough to see that my super duper mining machine will earn me some millispots if this ever hits a block lol
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Spots [SPT] NEW COIN | NOW USED TO PURCHASE SILVER | Win | Mac | Linux | on: August 09, 2013, 09:56:54 PM


could definitely use help on this Wink
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] Infinitecoin - IFC high coins per block! V1.3 Released! *Please Upgrade* on: August 09, 2013, 07:07:21 AM
Anyone willing to sell me some IFC with Paypal? Send me some number... thanks.

you know you can get them at cryptsy for SUPER cheap in huge volumes right ?
so why you don't try and get them there rather than buying from strangers i dunno lol
your mighty trusting of people.. i wouldn't be Wink


He's not being trusting, he's trying to pay with a "Retractable" method of payment.

Selling coins for paypal payment is the "Trusting" side of that equation.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [GIVEAWAY] Spots - 1 Spot to the next 500 addresses - Now on Coins-e on: August 08, 2013, 11:18:20 PM
I don't see any me in this thread, heh

MH6TiuoqQfNc5u8FCs7KrhAyZh8BAnovh5
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Weird Litecoin glitch on: August 08, 2013, 10:54:08 PM

This is so weird...
Code:
18:27:11
getbalance LQB9i8M95j7hhde19XZ8hnoxYS5bJiyXdz
18:27:11
0.00000000

18:27:22
getbalance LZd3jC3LkTT44hkFB4uqYboRcB5RzoWp8W
18:27:22
0.00000000

18:27:30
getbalance LUmrXVibufVSyDtEhJQTWT2DzEtN1sUBzA
18:27:30
0.00000000

18:28:13
listaccounts
18:28:13
{
"" : 404.54374004
}

Got me, at this point. By manually manipulating transactions I've got some wallets with wierd balance info.  It doesn't sound like you've been (intentionally) doing anything like that.

Worst case if you just have to know, create a new wallet somewhere else and send it the coins.  It won't solve this mystery but you will be able to see where your coins are. Just about every exchange handles LTC if you want to use an exchange wallet for this you can pick one with more moderate fees.

15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Weird Litecoin glitch on: August 08, 2013, 10:22:51 PM
Code:
17:58:35
getaddressesbyaccount ""

17:58:35
[
"LQB9i8M95j7hhde19XZ8hnoxYS5bJiyXdz",
"LZd3jC3LkTT44hkFB4uqYboRcB5RzoWp8W",
"LUmrXVibufVSyDtEhJQTWT2DzEtN1sUBzA"
]
Well, that seems to list two more addresses that block explorer has said I have sent stuff to in the past. But those two addresses are currently empty.

Try these:

getbalance LQB9i8M95j7hhde19XZ8hnoxYS5bJiyXdz
getbalance LZd3jC3LkTT44hkFB4uqYboRcB5RzoWp8W
getbalance LUmrXVibufVSyDtEhJQTWT2DzEtN1sUBzA

to make sure they're actually empty.

I just downloaded the new litecoin QT - if you can't see your coins in those three accounts you could try the "listaccounts" command to see if there's another account there - then you would go through the procedure of getting addresses for that account and getting their balances too.

The empty quotes after the getaddressesbyaccount limits it to addresses that are in the default account of the wallet. But if you had ever labeled an address or something it may have created another account for it, as well.

16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Weird Litecoin glitch on: August 08, 2013, 09:51:27 PM
Nope, just one address. I was thinking about moving all 400 over to btc-e, and download the newest client release with a new address and send the coins back to avoid any upgrade/wallet issues. The fee is so damn expensive though.

The wallet uses multiple addresses without telling you.

Open your RPC console and enter the command "listreceivedbyaddress" that might help clarify things.
Code:
17:39:31
listreceivedbyaddress

17:39:31
[
{
"address" : "LUmrXVibufVSyDtEhJQTWT2DzEtN1sUBzA",
"account" : "",
"amount" : 695.84374004,
"confirmations" : 70
}
]
Is there a way to list the other addresses? That command seems to only list the one.

That definitely implies that you have only the one address. 

Did you send coins to get from 695.84374004 to 400?  It would be odd if you had a single input for 295.84374004 and therefore no change addresses or anything. Though to be fair, there are quite a few branches int he "Satoshi-wallet family tree" and they constantly surprise me.

Try - getaddressesbyaccount "" - Those quotes are part of the command and will cause it to list addresses for the default wallet account.

Does that also show only the one address? Perhaps it's not displaying it's own change tx/address there or something.

You've got me curious.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Weird Litecoin glitch on: August 08, 2013, 09:32:46 PM
Nope, just one address. I was thinking about moving all 400 over to btc-e, and download the newest client release with a new address and send the coins back to avoid any upgrade/wallet issues. The fee is so damn expensive though.

The wallet uses multiple addresses without telling you.

Open your RPC console and enter the command "listreceivedbyaddress" that might help clarify things.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: mcx plaintext passwords on: August 08, 2013, 09:28:24 PM
I think racism is bad yes go read the chat there its non stop race bashing, peoples religion, holocaust jokes etc, lots of hate unprofessional all around.

19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: mcx plaintext passwords on: August 08, 2013, 08:55:38 PM

The proof is ask RS for your password and he can give it to you been that way for a while so that is proof. Even if he changes it he has a great record of usernames and passwords to skim from pools and exchanges for the folks not smart enough to change their passwords site by site. Lets get serious the site is full of hate speech racism, sexism just an all around bad environment. The owner is a straight up psychopath and very full of himself. C++ will solve cancer!

I will start posting chat logs from there just to show the enormous amount of hate mongering going on with this exchange but I think enough folks can vouch for that.

20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] [ANN]!!! on: August 08, 2013, 07:24:48 PM
Coming to Coins-E?
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