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Author Topic: Slimcoin | First Proof of Burn currency | Decentralized Web  (Read 132792 times)
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June 17, 2018, 04:18:05 PM
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Well no. He was contacing with me 2 days ago.
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June 17, 2018, 05:35:24 PM
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Well no. He was contacing with me 2 days ago.

and any news ?

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June 18, 2018, 04:13:55 AM
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I think we should at least try to encourage more people to mine it.

Participation from mining can further decentralize the network, and make possible to earn it, which is still easy to do, with CPUs.

It's quite easy, and normal bots won't do it, cause there isn't still any pool operating.

I have made some guides on youtube with ksdme, but maybe there should be more simplified ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_seCI9tSsE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZqSVISILuI

Updated peers and nodes: https://github.com/muf18/Slimcoin-important-files/blob/master/slimcoin.conf

The Windows video has 500 views and 15 comments including responses, since Dec. Glad to see this higher quality coin still chugging along even if it is still hasn't hit the mainstream quite.
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June 22, 2018, 09:23:35 AM
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I made a small comparison table between Slimcoin Web2Web and other "decentralized web" services.

There may be errors, so please review.

Most "competing" services are based on similar technologies - IPFS being the base of several projects, as it offers some key advantages like versioning,  but as it is still in alpha state and not supported by mainstream browsers, it has usability limitations. Slimweb can support it later, too.

Some of the most hyped services are pretty centralized. Above all, Substratum seems to use a single, "official" DNS gateway. Shift at least gives the option to use the "official" gateway (Jenga) or not, but publishers not using it have disadvantages. Tron, until now, seems to be a simple IPFS clone and far away from complete implementation (they're starting their blockchain at the end of June, but for now it seems a standard cryprocurrency still without "decentralized web" features).

MaidSafe seems to be, by far, the most ambitious project - but it's also complex and still not very easy to use as it's an alpha.

So I think "Slimweb" can fill an interesting niche ... more so if we implement social networking using Solid standards.

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June 22, 2018, 12:48:41 PM
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Thanks it's a great draft and start to have even bigger comparison.
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June 24, 2018, 09:10:25 PM
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I made a small comparison table between Slimcoin Web2Web and other "decentralized web" services.

There may be errors, so please review.

Most "competing" services are based on similar technologies - IPFS being the base of several projects, as it offers some key advantages like versioning,  but as it is still in alpha state and not supported by mainstream browsers, it has usability limitations. Slimweb can support it later, too.

Some of the most hyped services are pretty centralized. Above all, Substratum seems to use a single, "official" DNS gateway. Shift at least gives the option to use the "official" gateway (Jenga) or not, but publishers not using it have disadvantages. Tron, until now, seems to be a simple IPFS clone and far away from complete implementation (they're starting their blockchain at the end of June, but for now it seems a standard cryprocurrency still without "decentralized web" features).

MaidSafe seems to be, by far, the most ambitious project - but it's also complex and still not very easy to use as it's an alpha.

So I think "Slimweb" can fill an interesting niche ... more so if we implement social networking using Solid standards.

Hello.
Thanks for the list.
I see you maybe missed this one which is also an old project but also not really known:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1358722.0;topicseen


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June 27, 2018, 09:27:10 PM
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I will have in 2-3 days free time (at last), so I can update a view things, and help with anything, if you need me.

Feel free to contact.
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June 27, 2018, 09:44:05 PM
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the link in the OP to the 0.5.1 windows wallet does not work
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June 27, 2018, 09:59:47 PM
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It needs to be changed to this: https://github.com/slimcoin-project/slimcoin-project.github.io/raw/master/slimcoin-qt.exe
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June 27, 2018, 10:55:38 PM
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Done! I also added a note clarifying that the pool is "still not stable". Is this correct? Or is the pool project dead, for now?

I see you maybe missed this one which is also an old project but also not really known:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1358722.0;topicseen
I considered adding Qora, but I thought then that the "decentralized web" project is too unknown and the cryptocurrency is barely surviving. I consider Qora relatively interesting, as it was one of the first smart contract platforms with turing complete scripting capabilities, so I may add it later - or you can add it, as it's a wiki Wink I remember it's a project where all content is stored on the blockchain, like in Datacoin and Steem, right?

In the next days I plan to "embellish" the Slimweb Publisher (aka inscriber.py) a bit, and write a guide for it. I'm still waiting for comments for the "Slimweb" article Wink

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July 01, 2018, 07:57:18 AM
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Hi guys

I am a bit worried

I just made a big transaction to one of my other wallet.
I got a warning message saying that my transaction was rejected (something about coins already spent).
And i lost my coins, they disappeared from my wallet....

I do not understand ...

K.

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July 01, 2018, 08:08:38 AM
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Ok, cool

they came back after a repair wallet

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Hi guys

I am a bit worried

I just made a big transaction to one of my other wallet.
I got a warning message saying that my transaction was rejected (something about coins already spent).
And i lost my coins, they disappeared from my wallet....

I do not understand ...

K.


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July 01, 2018, 08:34:34 AM
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Ok, cool

they came back after a repair wallet

K.



Hi guys

I am a bit worried

I just made a big transaction to one of my other wallet.
I got a warning message saying that my transaction was rejected (something about coins already spent).
And i lost my coins, they disappeared from my wallet....

I do not understand ...

K.



Yes, if there is failure in tx, they won't be sent.

So nothing to worry about, only preserve your wallet, and priv keys to coins.
Tho, it's very hard to make it break (I couldn't do it with numerous restarts of my PC), and I make numerous backups.


Besides I'm thinking about sig campaign - I have 50K SLM which was given to me for promotion, and some campaigns.

Maybe someone could think about right proportions of it ? And good design of it - more advanced, then my current sig Cheesy.
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July 01, 2018, 08:44:36 AM
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Why some wallets cannot be found on the explorer ?
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July 01, 2018, 08:45:54 AM
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Thanks,

now i have another problem.
I cannot transfert my coins on another wallet...
all transaction above 500 are rejected...


K.


Ok, cool

they came back after a repair wallet

K.



Hi guys

I am a bit worried

I just made a big transaction to one of my other wallet.
I got a warning message saying that my transaction was rejected (something about coins already spent).
And i lost my coins, they disappeared from my wallet....

I do not understand ...

K.



Yes, if there is failure in tx, they won't be sent.

So nothing to worry about, only preserve your wallet, and priv keys to coins.
Tho, it's very hard to make it break (I couldn't do it with numerous restarts of my PC), and I make numerous backups.


Besides I'm thinking about sig campaign - I have 50K SLM which was given to me for promotion, and some campaigns.

Maybe someone could think about right proportions of it ? And good design of it - more advanced, then my current sig Cheesy.
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July 01, 2018, 09:03:10 AM
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This (obviously canned) patronising and sadly ill-infomed response on their website marks them down as safely ignorable:
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The policy with the dead coin list is, it is hard to get on and hard to get off. Coins and tokens only get added if we think they have a almost 100% chance of failure. As of right now Coinmarketcap has listed this coin inactive. You guys need to get on some exchanges and get some momentum.

Also getting off the list is possible and being on it is not a bad thing if you are just listed for Low Volume like lots of the coins are.

Also lots of the time Scam devs pick up projects listed on coinmarketcap because it is a great place to start. Due to exposure, link juice, referral links.

1) Find a low ranking coin listed on coinmarketcap
2) Buy up large
3) pump the price up with a few updates and some social
4) Sell off

It will not be long before Coinmarketcap and other similar places require a minimum volume to be listed.

Starting a currency is a big responsibility, similar to putting a stock on a exchange. and our dead coin cirtera is fair and unbiased, we have no connection with any of these coins.

Will update the age started.

Cheers

PS if your coin gets in the top 500, we will do a review for it. 🙂

Cheers

Graham
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July 01, 2018, 09:12:19 AM
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now i have another problem
I cannot transfert my coins on another wallet...
all transaction above 500 are rejected...

You have a case of "UTXO bloat", i.e. have accumulated a large number of small staking tx. When you send 500 SLM, the total is composed of many of these small stake reward txs and that can easily exceed the max number of inputs per tx.

Consolidate your small change into larger amounts by sending to yourself - as you are doing - but start small (a few 10 SLM tx) and work your way up.

Cheers

Graham
 
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July 01, 2018, 09:55:22 AM
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Why some wallets cannot be found on the explorer ?

That's a question to bchain service provider...
That was one of the problems, which was going to be addressed by Graham's ACME.
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July 01, 2018, 10:32:42 AM
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Why some wallets cannot be found on the explorer ?
Too little info and therefore confusing. Which explorer and which wallets?
Cheers

Graham
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July 01, 2018, 11:05:43 AM
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Sorry for the lack of information.
My mining wallet does not appear (bchain).
I sent a small amount into it and now i can see it.
I thought that a mining reward counted for a transaction...

Something else, my wallet balance does not correspond to the balance into the bchain explorer...

K.


Why some wallets cannot be found on the explorer ?
Too little info and therefore confusing. Which explorer and which wallets?
Cheers

Graham

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