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October 13, 2015, 02:43:37 PM
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Perhaps it's will be working with the command line : how can I have the console (ctrl + ...) ?

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October 13, 2015, 03:04:11 PM
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You may need to manually send smaller amounts, and/or decrease mixin.
Usually this happens with dusty wallets, but XDN should not have that problem.
If it still happens, or if you don't want to use smaller amount and/or decrease mixin, you can send to yourself with low mixin some smallish amounts (smaller than the original amount) to consolidate your ouputs, so that a subsequent attempt to spend with your original parameters will be more likely to randomly use larger outputs, and thus not need as large a tx size.

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SILVER XDN WALLETS for sale, xdn accepted Smiley

Anyone who might be interested pm, me I can do it custom.
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October 13, 2015, 03:59:05 PM
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You may need to manually send smaller amounts, and/or decrease mixin.
Usually this happens with dusty wallets, but XDN should not have that problem.
If it still happens, or if you don't want to use smaller amount and/or decrease mixin, you can send to yourself with low mixin some smallish amounts (smaller than the original amount) to consolidate your ouputs, so that a subsequent attempt to spend with your original parameters will be more likely to randomly use larger outputs, and thus not need as large a tx size.

Thank you MoneroMoo for your help.

1000 withdraws of 1000 XDN, no thanks...

Is the mixin the anonimity level (my withdraws was with it default value : + 2) ?
If not, what is it and where is it ?

Edit : I've tried with anonimity level 0, the problem is still here...

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October 13, 2015, 05:33:20 PM
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You may need to manually send smaller amounts, and/or decrease mixin.
Usually this happens with dusty wallets, but XDN should not have that problem.
If it still happens, or if you don't want to use smaller amount and/or decrease mixin, you can send to yourself with low mixin some smallish amounts (smaller than the original amount) to consolidate your ouputs, so that a subsequent attempt to spend with your original parameters will be more likely to randomly use larger outputs, and thus not need as large a tx size.

Thank you MoneroMoo for your help.

1000 withdraws of 1000 XDN, no thanks...

Is the mixin the anonimity level (my withdraws was with it default value : + 2) ?
If not, what is it and where is it ?

Edit : I've tried with anonimity level 0, the problem is still here...

Can you describe - are you trying to send an average transaction or you have an issue with deposits?

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October 13, 2015, 05:48:03 PM
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SILVER XDN WALLETS for sale, xdn accepted Smiley

Anyone who might be interested pm, me I can do it custom.

what do you mean by SILVER XDN WALLETS?

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XDN 1st blockchain deposits with interest & instant untraceable crypto messages GUI https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnotewallet/releases
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October 13, 2015, 06:01:58 PM
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SILVER XDN WALLETS for sale, xdn accepted Smiley

Anyone who might be interested pm, me I can do it custom.

what do you mean by SILVER XDN WALLETS?

With engraved seed. Maybe you can help dNote Smiley open to suggestions.
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October 13, 2015, 06:58:53 PM
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Can you describe - are you trying to send an average transaction or you have an issue with deposits?
I am trying to do a more than 1000 XDN transaction from my XDN GUI wallet (version 1.0.5, the last one, Ubuntu O.S.) to an exchange.
In the XDN GUI wallet, when I click on the "Send" buttom, the wallet works some seconds and an error window appears with the message "Transaction size is too big".

If I do a 1000 XDN or less transaction, there is no problem and the transaction is OK : the funds appears in the exchange after a few minutes.

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October 16, 2015, 03:03:14 PM
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SILVER XDN WALLETS for sale, xdn accepted Smiley

Anyone who might be interested pm, me I can do it custom.

what do you mean by SILVER XDN WALLETS?

With engraved seed. Maybe you can help dNote Smiley open to suggestions.

This one looks pretty good https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=525756.0


The reverse has a 12.7mm incused square for you to carefully place a private key QR code that can then be concealed with our custom tamper proof hologram.  Silver Wallets give you the freedom to store as little or as many BTC as you want.


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October 16, 2015, 03:08:31 PM
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Also metal XDN wallet can be made in Business card format, like

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October 16, 2015, 06:50:19 PM
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I could do both, if anyone is interested contact me.
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October 17, 2015, 08:28:03 PM
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Hey! 

Is there a version of Ubuntu or linux that the gui wallet is known to compile well on?

Seems to get pretty cranky on Ubuntu 14.04, and I did upgrade boost to 1.55.

wallet closes unexpectedly.  Error over minimum / maximum interest variable.


Time to upgrade to 14.10?  Obviously 14.04 won't work natively, as boost 1.54 is the default.
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Hey! 

Is there a version of Ubuntu or linux that the gui wallet is known to compile well on?

Seems to get pretty cranky on Ubuntu 14.04, and I did upgrade boost to 1.55.

wallet closes unexpectedly.  Error over minimum / maximum interest variable.


Time to upgrade to 14.10?  Obviously 14.04 won't work natively, as boost 1.54 is the default.
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The GUI wallet work fine with Ubuntu 14.04

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The GUI wallet work fine with Ubuntu 14.04

Does it compile fine?

I can compile it, but the wallet crashes with this:

/cryptonote/src/cryptonote_core/Currency.cpp:91: uint64_t cryptonote::Currency::calculateInterest(uint64_t, uint32_t) const: Assertion `m_depositMinTerm <= term && term <= m_depositMaxTerm' failed.
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Time to upgrade to 14.10?  Obviously 14.04 won't work natively, as boost 1.54 is the default.
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The GUI wallet work fine with Ubuntu 14.04
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Does it compile fine?
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I hanen't compile theses sources (GUI wallet).

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October 22, 2015, 09:37:08 PM
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I just sent 1001 XDN to an exchange ; 
receiving went through smooth & fast .
What is the problem ?
Maybe only Ubuntu Linux related ?
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October 24, 2015, 06:35:39 PM
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Very soon we will add remote authentication to wallets, so users will be able to use it with mobile devices and HTML wallet (check old wallet.html made for duckNote).

So users will interact with their remote wallets from any device.

We expect add remote authentication feature in the next 10 days.

nice to hear that. and don't forget the blackberry user.... but html should be no problem.

It is a single HTML page with JavaScript - can be launched in any modern browser on any device.
Any design  Wink
Easy to make browser extensions, like Chrome.
You can already try it with simplewallet, but only on localhost.
https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnote/commit/cc58dd2526b1bec783add9cebe7be535a64f4194

With auth you will be able to use it remotely.

any news about that. so that i can start to convince my peers of that.
although this will be hard because there are already a lot of messengers, e.g. threema.

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October 26, 2015, 07:26:01 PM
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Before the end of this year we are planing to introduce DigitalNote Proof-of-activity.
That is PoW + PoS.
PoS part will be based on XDN blockchain banking deposits.
PoS part will have an additional reward = 150 XDN.

For everyone to understand:

1. XDN will be much more secure than any other CryptoNote cryptocurrency. DigitalNote will be resistant against a numerous types of attacks.
2. Stakeholders with deposited XDN will receive an additional interest for staying online and securing network.
3. We are working on industrial kind of DigitalNote core improvements, that will be introduced very soon with the new RPC-API and further going improvements. 
4. New core improvements will be able to handle an extreme number of transactions and connections and Proof-of-activity security will elevate DigitalNote to industrial enterprise level.
5. We are always working on core and new features and improvements, you will know about it soon.



what about progress sir ?

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October 28, 2015, 02:34:51 PM
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What is the fastest way load wallets into new computers to avoid long sync times? Is there a place to download a recent blockchain before importing .keys and .wallets?
Thank you!

I just imported my private key on a new wallet on OSX and synched … Shocked ;
the entire xdn block chain updated in 3 minutes from 0 blocks to 182k++ .
 
I think that is really fast and awesome enough , don't you think alike ?
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