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June 01, 2015, 03:50:03 AM
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anyone know where moon is?
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June 01, 2015, 04:00:44 AM
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anyone know where moon is?

With the small number of coins for sale on the markets, this could moon at literally any point.
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June 01, 2015, 05:57:56 AM
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Prospectus for the next few days

It looks like we finally got the bugs out of Turbo Stake.

Tonight we'll have a series of small updates that we have been sandbagging until we were confident Turbo Stake works correctly.

We'll roll out these small updates over the next 1.5 hours, so please check in periodically.

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June 01, 2015, 06:01:25 AM
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I think something is screwed up again-- i was Turbo Staking fine and it seems to have frozen up--- now it says I do not have mature coins--

and it says no blocks generated in an hour --

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June 01, 2015, 06:07:27 AM
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I think something is screwed up again-- i was Turbo Staking fine and it seems to have frozen up--- now it says I do not have mature coins--

"Frozen up"? Can you look in coin control and see what your oldest transaction is?

Are you on the right chain? Here's the latest block:

Code:
{
    "hash" : "a255256a48266287069c03719a4f87229b0506b6ff3c78b654ea4509082439d9",
    "confirmations" : 1,
    "size" : 411,
    "height" : 4697,
    "version" : 6,
    "merkleroot" : "571dd7b585306bf3f4ccaeccad4d6a015aad5ee17c92e36ff86c074a4acbace5",
    "mint" : 36.15746472,
    "time" : 1433138884,
    "nonce" : 0,
    "bits" : "1e0742f9",
    "difficulty" : 0.00053792,
    "blocktrust" : "2340fe",
    "chaintrust" : "83100d247d6a3",
    "previousblockhash" : "3f07dcb78575d3a5f1f25d78df402db257325d72fa71d65fd5453b750fc8187b",
    "flags" : "proof-of-stake",
    "proofhash" : "00018734cefca96e14b832d4f0a283d4293ba5a5135dc474876025b1961a1449",
    "entropybit" : 1,
    "modifier" : "4a4e20d6af748919",
    "modifierchecksum" : "20dc3ab0",
    "tx" : [
        "851f700564bb10df55cd6d8bbe5d3788d24f7c909d8869605c2340b953884b02",
        "27240742acfd3a91e9d2c7ad697ea79cec70d925beb3c8d61adabf2153cd7f69"
    ],
    "signature" : "3045022100f51064753e174460df72d216df18caa69cc52b63b51775700a5fe734cb82e8c0022045508808f71f52ac78983ebe55a6de1e8dc2ca4c908f270822d015c9285b00ae"
}

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June 01, 2015, 06:10:11 AM
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June 01, 2015, 06:11:07 AM
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but is stuck "catching up" - i have restarted and rescanned and nothing has changed

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June 01, 2015, 06:14:44 AM
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i cannot get that block because it will not catch up and is stuck at block 4564

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June 01, 2015, 06:15:36 AM
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but is stuck "catching up" - i have restarted and rescanned and nothing has changed

Have you dropped a bunch of peers?

Can you look in your onion folder in your app directory and tell me the contents of the file called "hostname"?

You can PM if you want.

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June 01, 2015, 06:19:47 AM
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sent

12 peers

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June 01, 2015, 06:28:27 AM
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Got it. I see you minted a block that one of my nodes rejected. Unfortunately I forgot to turn the debug=1 flag on for that client so I'm not quite sure what happened. What I do see in the log makes me think you are using the experimental client that I released.

Whether or not you are certain you are using the right client, can you please go to the OP and download the client for your system. Then brute-force a sync to the correct chain by using the bootstrap.

See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070124.msg11502274#msg11502274

So my seednode picks you up, delete your peers.dat before you restart. You'll get a bunch of good peers from the seednode.

Then, as soon as you are synced and connected, start staking. This way, I'll make sure to pick up anything if you mint a "bad block".

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June 01, 2015, 06:55:26 AM
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that seems to work except i lost all the coins i staked -- about 1500 --

and as noted here--- i was on the correct chain

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070124.340

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June 01, 2015, 07:09:38 AM
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that seems to work except i lost all the coins i staked -- about 1500 --

and as noted here--- i was on the correct chain

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070124.340

You will get those coins back pretty fast. Just keep staking. You don't lose stake. You will always re-stake if you don't mint a block with it.

Let us know if you "freeze" again. Unfortunately I don't see you on my seed node. Are you sure you deleted your peers.dat?

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June 01, 2015, 07:13:45 AM
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yes i did --
 here it is in the trash



and here is my App Supp Folder


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June 01, 2015, 07:19:31 AM
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that seems to work except i lost all the coins i staked -- about 1500 --

and as noted here--- i was on the correct chain

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070124.340

You will get those coins back pretty fast. Just keep staking. You don't lose stake. You will always re-stake if you don't mint a block with it.

Let us know if you "freeze" again. Unfortunately I don't see you on my seed node. Are you sure you deleted your peers.dat?


well my wallet has 1500 less coins than it did --  Wink  -- but i understand how staking works-- we will see if it is the same with Turbo Staking

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Synergy Wallet Features


This is simply a post to outline some of the features of the Synergy wallet. Several of these features, like stealth addresses, transaction comments, and blockchain notary ("Exist") were inherited from BitSwift, which itself inherited some features from other coins.

Note: The origins of these features are documented in the source code. If the Synergy base code has something in it from your favorite coin, like for example coin control from yaccoin, or cryptocurrency functionality from bitcoin itself, please resist the urge to advertise that fact here. Such advertisements, framed as fudding, "just" asking questions, making observations, etc., will be considered off-topic and will be deleted. We understand you are proud of your coin. We probably like it too. But this is the Synergy thread.


Built-in Tor Network Anonymization

In Synergy, we have provided basic network anonymization functionality by including the Tor service in the wallet. It starts automatically at launch and works in the background without any configuration from the user. We included Tor not only for anonymity, but also because cryptocurrencies that use Tor networks tend to have better connectivities between nodes. This is because Tor acts as a port proxy, allowing nodes to discover each other and stay connected with much greater ease than with standard peer-to-peer routing.

Tor uses encrypted layers of routing information to ensure that the source and destination of packets of information are exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, to link. Much has been written about Tor vulnerabilities, but most of these vulnerabilities are theoretical or require communication through Tor "exit nodes". Because the Synergy network does not have exit nodes, and because the information is very limited in nature (confined to transaction information), many theoretical Tor vulnerabilities do not apply to Synergy communication.

Although it is most tested network anonymization technology available, we do not claim that Tor routing provides perfect anonymity against any agency or institution. It is quite possible that some governments have penetrated the Tor network and can track network traffic therein. However, we are confident that it will be strong enough to prevent targeted attacks from most potential adversaries.


Public Transaction Comments

Public transaction comments, stored in the blockchain, can be entered from the Qt wallet at the top of the send page:


Transaction comments are convenient, but they take up valuable blockchain memory. To compensate for this resource usage, Synergy charges 0.0001 SNRG per character. The charge is effectively "burned" by the network. In other words, the individual making the transaction pays the fee, but no person collects it.

Can someone spam the chain with transaction comments?   Sure, but it will cost them. Each block is 256 kB. To fill up one block requires 25.6 SNRG. Additionally, those 25.6 SNRG will simply cease to exist, reducing the money supply as a result.


Blockchain Notary

The blockchain notary is a simple tool for incorporating a "proof of existence" into the block chain.

In the Qt, this feature is called "Exist", and it is also at the top of the send page:


By clicking the "Exist..." button, the user will be taken to a file dialog. Simply select a file for which to store a proof of existence and the SHA256 hash of the file will be inserted into the comment field. The file could be a scan of a paper document or an electronic document. In any event don't lose the original file! You will need exactly the file (byte per byte) if you ever need to use the blockchain as proof of existence of the document at a given time.

See this CoinDesk article for a detailed description of similar services: https://www.coindesk.com/how-block-chain-technology-is-working-to-transform-intellectual-property/


Dual Key Stealth Addresses

Stealth addresses are a way to cryptographically hide the receiver of a coin, using a public address. A stealth address is long, but can be made public. Synergy users send to a stealth address, but the stealth address is not the actual receiving address. The actual receiving address is derived from the stealth address, but only the sender and receiver know to whom this derived address belongs. An example of a stealth address is:

smYn4iNZAHFTKheSs9TckrKvmNWKuiUwhWRmW5bbqjXiWtfyFSaSjgfuoeKYS9fj3qtBS7w1hPcLfSk hgaqTk1euhLRVWeFLXuNqot

If an individual sends coins to that address, the actual address used in the block chain can not be linked to the stealth address or any other public address.

Stealth addresses are conveniently created in the wallet when making a new receiving address:


Notice that the "Stealth Address" checkbox is selected.


Efficient Long Term Blockchain Validation

Chained-hash cryptocurrency algorithms like X11 and X13 are exceptional for protecting GPUs during mining. That's why we chose X11 for our PoW period. However, they are unnecessarily computationally expensive for PoS, which does not rely on the difficulty of the algorithm to achieve security. Early in a cryptocurrency's life, the added difficulty of chained-hash algorithms make little difference. However, after a few years, validating a block chain can be very computationally expensive.

To ameliorate the computational expense of our choice of PoW algorithms, we decided to make the PoS phase SHA256d, which requires only two SHA256 hasing cycles. This reduces the work load for block validation significantly. It's easier on CPUs, quicker, and energy efficient. Use of the SHA256d algorithm will begin quietly about 10 days after launch.

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June 01, 2015, 08:03:19 AM
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why the wallet not sync?

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June 01, 2015, 08:08:12 AM
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why the wallet not sync?

Whether or not you are certain you are using the right client, can you please go to the OP and download the client for your system. Then brute-force a sync to the correct chain by using the bootstrap.

See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1070124.msg11502274#msg11502274

Delete your peers.dat before you restart. You'll get a bunch of good peers from the seednode.

Then, as soon as you are synced and connected, start staking.

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June 01, 2015, 08:09:33 AM
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Linux Wallet

A linux build is now available. A link is in the OP.

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