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June 12, 2016, 03:56:14 PM
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Also withdrawals are not possible from Bittrex 

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June 13, 2016, 03:32:33 AM
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Good news!

I just had a nice chat with Richie from Bittrex. We spoke about recent events, then confirmed that Bittrex is in sync. They have now re-enabled the Swing wallet so trading can resume.

I'm still pushing forward with the new version and will keep you guys updated.

Side note: opmac I'll shoot you a message.
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June 13, 2016, 06:48:54 PM
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To re-cap, in Swing we are currently working on a core upgrade to improve stability, along with implementing a new rewards schema.

We are turning this:



Into this:



Progress Report On The New Version (Some steps possibly missing)
✓ Spin up new test server
✓ Install Swing
✓ Download blockchain, check for match with seed node.
   if match: use it
   if not: get it to match
✓ Get block count ("BC")
✓ Turn off new node
✓ Write new rewards code
   set it as rewards for blocks > BC+5
   Patch rounding errors
✓ Add checkpoints at BC
✓ Increase protocol version
   (Disables connections from older versions)
✓ Change seed node IP to test server
Upgrade test server to new core                                     <------- We are roughly here. Making good progress. I'm currently downloading the blockchain so I can test the new code.
   delete /Swing
   keep ./Swing (wallet, blockchain data, config, etc..)
   git clone and install new Swing code
   boot Swing
Add coins and try to enable staking
Wait for blockchain to move
Wait 5 blocks for new rewards to kick in
Wait a few more blocks to test for successful fork
Wallet upgrades?
   Check if I can/should make any upgrades to the wallet
Increase wallet version
Compile new windows wallet
   Add Wallet.dat
   Attempt to connect to test server
   Download blockchain
      Check for sync errors
   Test POS rewards code
      Make sure the correct POS rewards are coming in
      Watch number precision, check for signs of potential rounding errors
      Allow POW diff to fall for next step
Attempt to POW mine
   Setup solo miner (~415 MH/s)
   Get it to start mining
   Watch wallet for mined blocks
      Make sure the correct rewards are coming in
      Watch number precision, check for signs of potential rounding errors
Turn off windows peer
Checkpoint a block from successful rewards fork
Upgrade test server again(to include new checkpoint)
   delete /Swing
   keep ./Swing (wallet, blockchain data, config, etc..)
   git clone and install new Swing code
   boot Swing
Compile windows wallet again (to include new checkpoint)
   Run windows wallet and check for sync
   resume mining
Test new client
   Put wallet on new windows enviornment
   Sync to new peers
   Download whole blockchain
   Confirm proper block sync
   Make a test transaction
   Check peers to confirm seperation from old versions
Double check
   POS rewards
   Mining
   POW rewards
   New network sync
      Connected to new peers
      Not connected to old versions
      Block agreement
   Transactions working
   Protocol versions
   Wallet versions
Launch
   Upload wallet
   Release wallet and new core code
      Ask server operators to redownload the blockchain
         Block explorers
         Exchanges
         Pools
F5 repeatedly to see if it works or explodes.
   If it works
      -yay!
   If it completely explodes
      -Turn on coffee pot..
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June 13, 2016, 07:05:37 PM
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Paid CryptoID explorer for one month.
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June 13, 2016, 07:08:18 PM
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Paid CryptoID explorer for one month.

Fantastic, thanks so much sparksi!  Grin
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June 15, 2016, 10:41:46 PM
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Paid CryptoID explorer for one month.

Thanks bro!

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June 18, 2016, 01:15:53 AM
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Is anyone else having issues with their wallet syncing?

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June 18, 2016, 04:11:34 AM
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Is anyone else having issues with their wallet syncing?
nope, Win wallet here, 13 connections, works fine.
You tried to add current nodes to Swing.conf?
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/swing/#!network

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June 18, 2016, 11:20:28 AM
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Is anyone else having issues with their wallet syncing?
nope, Win wallet here, 13 connections, works fine.
You tried to add current nodes to Swing.conf?
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/swing/#!network

Yes

Not moving past block 246227

Win wallet as well. I have 13 connections
Has been stuck on this block for 3 days now

Did it again and did not move. I am now loading the chain over again. See if it gets past that block.

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June 18, 2016, 11:35:46 AM
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Is anyone else having issues with their wallet syncing?
nope, Win wallet here, 13 connections, works fine.
You tried to add current nodes to Swing.conf?
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/swing/#!network

Yes

Not moving past block 246227

Win wallet as well. I have 13 connections
Has been stuck on this block for 3 days now

Did it again and did not move. I am now loading the chain over again. See if it gets past that block.

restart with -rescan option?

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June 18, 2016, 03:39:55 PM
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Ok it is in sync now.


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June 18, 2016, 04:16:18 PM
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Ok it is in sync now.



Good!

I'm moving into the final testing stages. Shouldn't be too much longer till I can push out the upgrade. I'm testing to see if I can pull off a soft fork instead of a hard fork.

The difference being:

Hard Fork: Immediately drops connections to all older versions. Gives an advantage to the initial adopters of the new wallet.

Soft Fork: Remains connected to peers on older wallets. Gives times for everyone to upgrade to the new version, then disagrees with older versions when the blocks containing updated rewards hits.

I have some meetings I need to attend today, but I will keep making progress and keep you all updated.
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June 18, 2016, 09:05:50 PM
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Ok it is in sync now.



Good!

I'm moving into the final testing stages. Shouldn't be too much longer till I can push out the upgrade. I'm testing to see if I can pull off a soft fork instead of a hard fork.

The difference being:

Hard Fork: Immediately drops connections to all older versions. Gives an advantage to the initial adopters of the new wallet.

Soft Fork: Remains connected to peers on older wallets. Gives times for everyone to upgrade to the new version, then disagrees with older versions when the blocks containing updated rewards hits.

I have some meetings I need to attend today, but I will keep making progress and keep you all updated.

Sounds great!!!

Thanks for the update!

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June 19, 2016, 05:03:26 PM
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Hey guys,

We've been added to CryptoCompare.com! https://www.cryptocompare.com/coins/swing/overview/BTC

Turns out we are also being traded on Cryptopia exchange! I had no idea  Grin. https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=SWING_BTC
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June 20, 2016, 06:19:37 AM
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Well.... on cryptopia are months that swing is listed....... only now you find it ?

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June 20, 2016, 07:18:31 PM
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Well.... on cryptopia are months that swing is listed....... only now you find it ?

Yes. I didn't know Cryptopia existed. I've never traded on it or even heard of it. Nobody even bothered to mention we got added.
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June 22, 2016, 12:42:13 PM
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never mind Cryptopia, this is on Bittrex now:
"Due to lack of user interest, this market will be delisted on June 27th, 2016."

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June 22, 2016, 06:13:37 PM
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Hey guys,

I just recently spoke to Bittrex-Richie about the coming update. I've sent him another message asking about getting ready to upgrade the code on release, as well as the removal notification. I'm guessing it's just an automatic notification due to volume dips. Last we spoke Richie seemed happy to help us get the update installed when ready. I'll let you guys know when I hear back from him.

As far as the update goes I think it's about ready. All I really have left to do is put in a checkpoint and build the new wallet. I was able to test POS staking and the new rewards seem to be working as intended. Rewards are coming out cleanly and should patch any rounding errors. Example: Blocks 120450 - 120459 will award 0.45 in POS and 9.51 in POW.

I tested out soft forking and think it's best if we just hard fork (disconnecting from peers that have not updated). The problem with a soft fork is that if enough peers fail to update, they could refuse the new rewards and halt the update/fork. If we hard fork and disconnect from older versions that wont be an issue. However, the older clients will have to roll back any transactions / rewards made after the release of the code on update.

The plan is to try to set a time of release, then upload the new wallets and code as Bittrex updates.
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June 22, 2016, 09:17:25 PM
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Hey guys,

I just recently spoke to Bittrex-Richie about the coming update. I've sent him another message asking about getting ready to upgrade the code on release, as well as the removal notification. I'm guessing it's just an automatic notification due to volume dips. Last we spoke Richie seemed happy to help us get the update installed when ready. I'll let you guys know when I hear back from him.

As far as the update goes I think it's about ready. All I really have left to do is put in a checkpoint and build the new wallet. I was able to test POS staking and the new rewards seem to be working as intended. Rewards are coming out cleanly and should patch any rounding errors. Example: Blocks 120450 - 120459 will award 0.45 in POS and 9.51 in POW.

I tested out soft forking and think it's best if we just hard fork (disconnecting from peers that have not updated). The problem with a soft fork is that if enough peers fail to update, they could refuse the new rewards and halt the update/fork. If we hard fork and disconnect from older versions that wont be an issue. However, the older clients will have to roll back any transactions / rewards made after the release of the code on update.

The plan is to try to set a time of release, then upload the new wallets and code as Bittrex updates.


When in bittrex no longer traded what you plan Huh

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June 23, 2016, 03:31:53 AM
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Still holding my coins.

I missed out of the dump today. Wish I had been at home to buy all them up!!!

SWING has a cool concept. And active DEV

More than can be said for most of the coins out there!!!


Looking forward to new updates!!!


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