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August 18, 2012, 04:05:58 PM
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Devcoin Bounty Security @ CS
https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14

Verification:        Premium
Ticker:                DVB
Name:                Devcoin Bounty
Listed on:           18. August 2012
Owner:               richard.porubcan at gmail.com
Shares issued:    20 000 000
Shares held publicly:    3,236,679   
Total dividends paid:      60,377,924.01 DVC
                                
Web page:  https://devda.ch
Devcoin Bounty

Devcoin is an ethical currency where 90% of the generation goes to open source developers and part of that will go to bounties.

The bounties will be primarily for development of software, hardware, and non fiction books, articles, and documentaries. There will also be bounties for the first people to help with new projects.

There won't be any bounties for fiction; because you can't pay someone to create a fiction to a specification and expect a great work; you can only support those who created fiction of their own imagining. Developers who produce fiction will get a share of the devcoin generation as do developers who produce non fiction.
Essential

Bounties are primarily for those essential developments which many other developments depend on.

For example, the most essential program in the software world is the compiler. Without the compiler we wouldn't have bitcoin, or any other software. The compiler is not the biggest software project, but it is vital and if there were bounties at the dawn of computing, a big part should of gone to developing the compiler.

Today, the most essential software in early development is bitcoin. With bitcoin people can pay each other across the world and accomplish projects which no one could of developed alone. For example, without being able to pay bitcoin bounties, devcoin and the associated charity mining pools could not of been created because no one person had the skills or the time to develop the entire project.

The most essential hardware tool is that which can build other tools. There are open source tools like the Arduino, Contraptor, CNC Laser, Multimachine, Powder Printer, and Reprap that can build parts or control machine tools. However those projects are progressing slowly because they get only a tiny amount of money for development. Also, there is no open source tool that can print metal parts, or microfabricate.

The hardware bounties are for the missing open source tools, a metal printer, a microfabricator, a large fabricator, a powder bed printer, and a cement fabricator. There will be a twenty generation share bounty for the first open source printer that can print zinc or zinc alloy parts. For printers that can print parts out of metals with higher melting points, they will get an additional bounty of one fifth of a share for each ten degrees Celcius of the melting point of the metal above four hundred Celcius (roughly the melting point of zinc).

The microfabricator bounty will be ten shares for an open source 3D printer that can print with a feature size of eighty microns. There will be an additional bounty of ten shares devcoins for each halving of that feature size. So a printer which can print at forty microns would get twenty shares, at twenty microns thirty shares, etc.. If the printer can achieve an intermediate feature size, then the bounty would be the logarithmic interpolation. If the printer prints at a different feature size in one dimension than another, then the effective feature size will be the cube of an equal volume.

The large fabricator bounty will be ten shares for an open source 3D printer whose print area has a diagonal length of two meters. There will be an additional bounty of ten shares devcoins for each doubling of that diagonal length. So a printer whose area has a diagonal length of four meters would get twenty shares, eight meters thirty shares, etc.. If the printer can achieve an diagonal length, then the bounty would be the logarithmic interpolation.

The powder bed fabricator bounty is ten shares for an open source 3D powder bed printer. The cement fabricator bounty is ten shares for an open source 3D printer that can print cement.
Helpful

A forum site which requires bitcoins / devcoins to join and post, the money would support the site, any remaining income would be distributed according to the wishes of the posters. A web email which requires coins to join and post, the money would support the site, any remaining income would be distributed to charity. Software upgrades to the mainline client to make it more difficult to double spend. The addition of merge mining for devcoin. Software changes to the mainline client to make it easier to make alternative clients.

Finally, the more money your computer makes the better. Bitcoin gives miners money for their GPU, but the GPU money will decrease as the bitcoin block subsidy is halved. To that end there will be bounties for development of open source projects which could lead to people getting paid for their computing cycles, like the Big Ugly Rendering Farm (BURP).

There will be a bounty for a 0 to 99 range voting site, and/or for incorporating range voting into existing forum software.

In the long term, bounties for improvements of open source software in general. Bounties for open source machinery, circuits, vehicles, housing, games and medicine. Bounties for open source villages and other types of communities. Bounties for open source transportation, energy and resource extraction systems. The ultimate purpose of the bounties is to fund all kinds of open source development, so that people could choose to live in an open source community where everything therein could be developed or built by anyone.
Almoner

In the development of devcoin and the related charity pool, five people accomplished more than mechanical tasks and qualified for creative work bounties, for which there can be no absolutely objective criteria. Three accepted the offered bounties, gracefully with no complaints or requests for more. Two developers withheld their work while asking for a greater share.

Since some developers will withhold their work while asking for more, all public offers of a bounty release must be public, the offer can only be for work which has been released, and the almoner must ask for acceptance of the bounty amount if the bounty is partial. The bounty must not be released in whole or in part to anyone who withholds their work or does not agree with the amount offered, because any additional bounty to those who withhold would come from the share of the honest and generous developers.

A almoner's decision for a bounty can not be overriden. If someone thinks an almoner is corrupt; for example there is evidence of a kickback, they can advance 50 $ to have three other administrators vote on whether there really is corruption. If the defendant gets 50% or more, the defendant stays; any new accusations within a month require a cumulative doubling of the last advance. If the advance reaches 200 $, a five member jury is chosen, at 800 $ a seven member jury is chosen, and so on for each quadrupling. If the defendent gets 40% to 50%, they can not administer another bounty for three months and can apply for a new vote afterwards. If the defendent gets less than 40%, they can not adminster another bounty for a year and can apply for a new vote afterwards. If the vote is below 50%, the money is returned to the accuser, if the vote is 50% or over, the administrators vote on whether the money should be returned to the accuser or distributed among the active developers. So an accuser can try to stop a almoner from making another bad or corrupt decision, but an accuser can not change the disbursement of the current bounty. This is to reduce the incentive for a developer who wants more money to repeatedly appeal hoping to eventually get a jury to rule in their favor.

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September 02, 2012, 09:33:10 PM
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DVB funds QCool element

design phase over

prototype phase started

The QCool element ist a watercooling adapter for the Lancelot Board

http://glari.ch:3000/projects/qcool
https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14


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September 06, 2012, 03:13:37 PM
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DVB is doing well https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14 almost out of shares Tongue

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September 27, 2012, 07:58:29 PM
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First pic of the raw qcool element made by Beat


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September 27, 2012, 08:35:12 PM
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Any ideas of how much the cost will be for them and if it will come installed on lancelot boards already possibly?

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September 27, 2012, 10:11:48 PM
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Any ideas of how much the cost will be for them and if it will come installed on lancelot boards already possibly?

Since DVB just sponsors the QCool watercool adapter for Lancelot and is not involved in sales, i can only say that the price will be probably between 4 and 8 BTC. It is sure that the price gets lower when more QCool elements can be produced at once.


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October 13, 2012, 04:29:58 AM
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DVB is calling its shareholders for the first voting upon a Bounty.

Bounty Vote:
DVB sponsors 9 Mio DVC for the development of a GPL DVC Android App similar to BitcoinSpinner.

All DVB Shareholders are welcome to vote

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...six generation shares to the first developer to make this application...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.msg1271093#msg1271093

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October 13, 2012, 02:05:29 PM
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DVB is calling its shareholders for the first voting upon a Bounty.

Bounty Vote:
DVB sponsors 9 Mio DVC for the development of a GPL DVC Android App similar to BitcoinSpinner.

All DVB Shareholders are welcome to vote

Sounds cool. So the bounty also requires running a BCCAPI type server for the devcoin blockchain?
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October 13, 2012, 03:02:20 PM
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So the bounty also requires running a BCCAPI type server for the devcoin blockchain?

No, but it would be great if there would be a option to choose the bccapi server in the settings, and of course a bccapi server moded for Devcoin.

There is simply a App and Server needed to be Devcoin capable in the same way  BitcoinSpinner does with BTC.

The operation is not part of the bounty.

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October 19, 2012, 06:46:03 PM
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The QCool element is made for LANCELOT, a watercool element for AVALON is avalable as soon we get the boards.

price: 79 CHF
preorder: 3 BTC

please email qcool at glari.ch

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October 20, 2012, 11:46:36 PM
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DVB Has been regular with dividend payments and price has only been going up, keep it up Smiley



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October 21, 2012, 07:56:40 AM
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Bounty Vote!
Do you like to sponsor 9 mio DVC for the development of a Android DVC App in the functions similar to BitcoinSpinner ?
Vote Result: YES
2415466 yes
15441 no

DVC Bounty Vote passed.

Thanks to all shareholders

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October 25, 2012, 04:51:46 PM
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QCool Lancelot Plans Released!
http://glari.ch:3000/attachments/download/15/QCOOL1.zip


To view the files please use DraftSight http://www.3ds.com/products/draftsight/overview/

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October 30, 2012, 10:47:19 PM
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DVB presents: Devcoin@rpi B:

http://92.105.105.155/devcoin/raspberrypi/devcoind
http://92.105.105.155/devcoin/raspberrypi/devcoin-qt

create a sd-card with this image:

http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/images/raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.zip

use this howto http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup#Copying_the_image_to_an_SD_Card_on_Windows


Code:
apt-get install qt4-qmake libqt4-dev libssl-dev libboost-all-dev libgtk2.0-dev libminiupnpc-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev libdb5.1++-dev libalien-wxwidgets-perl

DEVCOIND:
cd /devcoind/src
make USE_UPNP= -f makefile.unix bitcoind
rename bitcoind to devcoind
download all csv files from http://92.105.105.155/devcoin/ and place them into ./devcoin/receiver


DEVCOIN-QT:
cd /devcoin-qt
qmake
make

RPI DVC Address:
1M4ieZZ3suuZnqb9BELfvaR9mRiNersUfk


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October 31, 2012, 02:10:23 AM
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DVB presents: Bitcoin-qt@rpi.

http://92.105.105.155/rpibtc/bitcoin-qt


The building process for bitcoin-qt is the same as for devcoin-qt:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101559.msg1308072#msg1308072

RPI BTC Address:
16qDGUUhyF2ttEbu2NXCUd4b8xQGYGz7pV



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November 22, 2012, 08:08:14 PM
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DIVIDEND Crazy Day !

more then 5 600 000 DVC payed today in DVB dividends

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November 22, 2012, 08:47:40 PM
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Best investment I have ever made in crypto coin land.

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November 22, 2012, 09:54:12 PM
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Gnarly!

I figured dividends were coming soon when I added this fantastic stock to my new fund...YESTERDAY. I sure didn't expect this though. Yer the man icoin!

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December 03, 2012, 07:39:59 PM
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On the cooler, is competition welcome? I can make these for about the same price in Ireland if it reduces shipping costs on them.

Its open source, you are very welcome to do so, i hope you gonna offer the element aswell for devcoins. Be aware that in case the avalon asic doesnt incorporate the northbridge type mount, there can be some adjustments needed.

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