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May 10, 2015, 08:27:48 PM
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LOL. This is the lamest FUD I have ever seen  Grin  We are a legit team who is building a great coin. So keep your insults for yourself.

Just delete those posts--no reason to even take the time to respond.
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May 10, 2015, 08:28:45 PM
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LOL. This is the lamest FUD I have ever seen  Grin  We are a legit team who is building a great coin. So keep your insults for yourself.

Just delete those posts--no reason to even take the time to respond.

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May 10, 2015, 10:21:13 PM
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Missing lucky stakes?

According to my analysis, the following blocks should have generated lucky stakes if the input coins were > 50k, 100k, or 300k;

5959
5965
5950
5865
5754
5800
5727
5730


5960

5844
5971
5794


The first group, in red, all had inputs large enough but generated normal stakes.  The one in the middle is the only one that lucky staked.  The third group all had inputs too small.  

There's probably a simple explanation, something obvious I'm just not seeing but is anybody able to explain why, based on the code in github, the blocks in red did not produce lucky stakes?


PM this to dev.

In the spirit of openness can he not respond here?

To be honest I dumped my 400k when I discovered this morning that it had staked one of those blocks in red and got 2.xx BTX.  I wish you all luck with it but there have just been too many issues with this coin for me to keep the faith.  It's not just BTX, that was the final straw though... I dumped every altcoin I had this morning, too many scams and no real world adoption and I've got too much else to concentrate on.


If you are going to use your "analysis," you need to tell everyone what your analysis is.

The lucky staking is simply selection of a random number within 100 numbers and if you select one below 3, you win the block based on the size of your stack (assuming it meets minimum threshold).  I preferred the previous lucky staking model because I earned more with less blocks previously.  To state you can accurately predict what blocks should have hit is not believable without something to substantiate it.

Any analysis you've done will help the developer confirm one way or the other.

My "analysis" is by reading the code, and a small script I wrote that runs each time a new block is generated.

have a look at those block numbers, look at the previous block hash for each one and tell me what you calculate rand to be for each one.  My script writes to a file the block number, and the value of rand for that block.  If the value of rand is less than 3 (as I'm sure you know that's 0, 1 or 2, a 2.97% chance since the distribution is from 0 to 100) then the next block should be a lucky stake if it comes from a wallet with enough coins.


I should add for those that don't know that the random number is not entirely random, given the same seed it will ALWAYS produces the same results and the seed is always known, it's the 8th through 14th nibbles of the previous block hash converted from hex to a long.  Also, for every block that has been a lucky stake so far my script is able to verify using the above method.  So what I'm struggling to get is why it doesn't hold for the examples above.

Like I say, I've sold (not dumped, my apologies for using that word) all my BTX now and I'm not suggesting for one minute there's anything fishy going on, I'm just curious.  I inadvertently stopped the block explorer when I stopped my wallet, I had intended to leave it running until you all get something else up and running.  I can restart it if needed?

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May 10, 2015, 10:25:19 PM
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I know about problematic syncing and updated wallet, that fixes this problem will be released next week, also with MasterNodes and increased lucky stake chance (5%).

Thank you!

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May 10, 2015, 10:41:21 PM
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Missing lucky stakes?

According to my analysis, the following blocks should have generated lucky stakes if the input coins were > 50k, 100k, or 300k;

5959
5965
5950
5865
5754
5800
5727
5730


5960

5844
5971
5794


The first group, in red, all had inputs large enough but generated normal stakes.  The one in the middle is the only one that lucky staked.  The third group all had inputs too small.  

There's probably a simple explanation, something obvious I'm just not seeing but is anybody able to explain why, based on the code in github, the blocks in red did not produce lucky stakes?


PM this to dev.

In the spirit of openness can he not respond here?

To be honest I dumped my 400k when I discovered this morning that it had staked one of those blocks in red and got 2.xx BTX.  I wish you all luck with it but there have just been too many issues with this coin for me to keep the faith.  It's not just BTX, that was the final straw though... I dumped every altcoin I had this morning, too many scams and no real world adoption and I've got too much else to concentrate on.


If you are going to use your "analysis," you need to tell everyone what your analysis is.

The lucky staking is simply selection of a random number within 100 numbers and if you select one below 3, you win the block based on the size of your stack (assuming it meets minimum threshold).  I preferred the previous lucky staking model because I earned more with less blocks previously.  To state you can accurately predict what blocks should have hit is not believable without something to substantiate it.

Any analysis you've done will help the developer confirm one way or the other.

My "analysis" is by reading the code, and a small script I wrote that runs each time a new block is generated.

have a look at those block numbers, look at the previous block hash for each one and tell me what you calculate rand to be for each one.  My script writes to a file the block number, and the value of rand for that block.  If the value of rand is less than 3 (as I'm sure you know that's 0, 1 or 2, a 2.97% chance since the distribution is from 0 to 100) then the next block should be a lucky stake if it comes from a wallet with enough coins.


I should add for those that don't know that the random number is not entirely random, given the same seed it will ALWAYS produces the same results and the seed is always known, it's the 8th through 14th nibbles of the previous block hash converted from hex to a long.  Also, for every block that has been a lucky stake so far my script is able to verify using the above method.  So what I'm struggling to get is why it doesn't hold for the examples above.

Like I say, I've sold (not dumped, my apologies for using that word) all my BTX now and I'm not suggesting for one minute there's anything fishy going on, I'm just curious.  I inadvertently stopped the block explorer when I stopped my wallet, I had intended to leave it running until you all get something else up and running.  I can restart it if needed?
Yes, pls keep it running for a day or two. Also, could you send the entirery of the block explorer (source) to MCDev pls ? He will host it. I am happy you clarified your position Smiley I hope you'll buy back your BTX before it's too late Wink
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May 10, 2015, 10:44:27 PM
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I clicked on the explorer but I did not see it,

For the lottery block what is the recommend size?

Is it per address or per wallet?

There are two different block explorers.  One of them has the rich list so if you don't see it, try the other one.

The other explorer is not working.

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May 10, 2015, 10:59:13 PM
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I clicked on the explorer but I did not see it,

For the lottery block what is the recommend size?

Is it per address or per wallet?

There are two different block explorers.  One of them has the rich list so if you don't see it, try the other one.

The other explorer is not working.

Squid will put it back online shortly.

EDIT: he just did.
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May 11, 2015, 12:00:54 AM
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I know about problematic syncing and updated wallet, that fixes this problem will be released next week, also with MasterNodes and increased lucky stake chance (5%).

Great! Looking forward to the lucky stake update too!


 
 
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May 11, 2015, 12:55:25 AM
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C-CEX wallet is in maintenance mode.

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May 11, 2015, 01:18:59 AM
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Looks like productive development is going on fellas! Great work & thank u to everyone involved Smiley
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May 11, 2015, 06:02:19 AM
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still stuck at block 6014 Undecided
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May 11, 2015, 06:09:05 AM
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still stuck at block 6014 Undecided

More people need to stake Smiley It will move on soon enough
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May 11, 2015, 06:35:49 AM
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C-CEX wallet is in maintenance mode.

BTX is good? I have more complains about non-received TX's
[10/05/2015 23:12:33] C-CEX.com: is it forking?
[10/05/2015 23:13:40] C-CEX.com: http://107.170.57.24/search?q=497f18e29886f2ac34082827ea80e2fd83ed01d8e91b6c7665bf5a0c9e62405e
[10/05/2015 23:13:42] C-CEX.com: is not showing
[10/05/2015 23:13:51] C-CEX.com: but it is withdrawals TX from c-cex
[10/05/2015 23:14:20] C-CEX.com: We need good block explorer.
[10/05/2015 23:14:26] C-CEX.com: I disable wallet for now.
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May 11, 2015, 06:40:05 AM
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this wallet is such a pita :/

looking forward to the sync fix.
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May 11, 2015, 06:49:32 AM
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yes the update will be awesome, fix syncing, increase rate of finding lucky blocks and masternodes!  thats awesome.

do we know how many coins we will need for a masternode? with so many coins I was thinking 250k ?

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May 11, 2015, 09:54:44 AM
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yes the update will be awesome, fix syncing, increase rate of finding lucky blocks and masternodes!  thats awesome.

do we know how many coins we will need for a masternode? with so many coins I was thinking 250k ?

What do you mean with "how many coins needed for a masternode"?

Anyway, great to see the developments for BTX!

Wallet is in maintenance in C-Cex but the buy-wall of 30 Satoshi has moved up to 40 Satoshi.
How long has it been there? Almost for a week now? Someone really wants cheap BTX.

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May 11, 2015, 10:24:05 AM
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yes the update will be awesome, fix syncing, increase rate of finding lucky blocks and masternodes!  thats awesome.

do we know how many coins we will need for a masternode? with so many coins I was thinking 250k ?

What do you mean with "how many coins needed for a masternode"?

Anyway, great to see the developments for BTX!

Wallet is in maintenance in C-Cex but the buy-wall of 30 Satoshi has moved up to 40 Satoshi.
How long has it been there? Almost for a week now? Someone really wants cheap BTX.

You guessed right Smiley 250k BTX will probably be the amount necessary for a Masternode.
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May 11, 2015, 01:41:27 PM
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36 retweets at Bittrex so far ! Well done !  Cheesy
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May 11, 2015, 03:03:32 PM
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I am officially BTX millionaire Smiley

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May 11, 2015, 06:02:22 PM
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Wallet window not synchronized!
Not correct wallet! Constantly stuck!

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