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October 18, 2015, 12:21:24 PM
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When the soil appear on the stock exchange?

im working diligently on that, and expect to hear something from poloniex this afternoon. ihave a search and rescue operation to attend this morning into the afternoon here in cape breton to search for a hunter that did not make it home last night, which, i hope all can understand, takes priority.
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October 18, 2015, 12:24:53 PM
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ty for fast reply..

just 200SOIL since the beginning with 40mhs ...

dat low BlockReward with huge hashrate network  Angry
not really fair launch..

it reminds me some scam shit flash coins Cheesy

we were hit with a massive mining farm (or three) almost immediately upon launch. it was halfway expected to happen, but nowhere near that much. 8 SOIL block reward is actually more generous than ETH (5) or SHF (3), two of the other ETH-based coins, and is the same as EXP. within an hour, a single wallet address (the biggest farm to hit us) was nearly 10,000 SOIL.

the hasimoto dagger algorithm is ASIC-resistant, unfortunately it isnt ASIC-PROOF. i did research in the weeks approaching launch, if we could find a single IP governor to cap hashrates coming in, but sadly, theres no such thing invented yet.

"fair launch" isnt about how fast the network hashes, its about ensuring everyone has plenty of foreknowledge regarding WHEN the launch is, with ample communication regarding when the main net packages would be released, which to prevent malicious mining before our scheduled launch, were naturally released approximately 15 minutes before actual launch. there was no way to prevent how we were mined by third parties at the moment of launch

the system is much ore stable now, block times are much closer to their targeted time, and the variant gravity well difficulty algorithm is operating as it should. the difficulty algorithm cant adjust by several factors immediately, but did so incrementally as the system began to gain its traction.
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October 18, 2015, 12:29:04 PM
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The entire crypto-community needs to realize everyone needs incentives to work and no one is working for free. No crypto-currency is immune to this fact, it’s just pure and simply economics in action."


Exactly, dev working for free, paying for services and additional features with his own hard earned money - this is why we cannot have a nice thing.
Premine is needed to cover expenses during launch, development, implementation of new features and for bounties given to community.
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October 18, 2015, 12:40:32 PM
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the majority of the outstanding bounties (including node hosting bounties that slipped by me last night) have been completed. im only waiting on one more person who is owed a bounty. i will be posting an accounting from the community reserve tonite, reflecting the testnet mining and node bounties as well as the hidden message genesis block reward thing.

0x0df95691d1a42e5714214f86540eade305538185                     3000 SENT
0x07a3944fceb1413b1b16c97a9f0dac42cf002ba7                       3000 SENT
0x54697e20e8e2bf6384e17b68795bf1b2b944c01e                      5000 SENT
0x54697e20e8e2bf6384e17b68795bf1b2b944c01e                      3000 SENT
0xe51c852892c964d2ef1a82f33e63256238ea62dd            669.0859375 SENT
0x36d68473a821f1fe7a45686927b0947bf2fa372d                       3000 SENT
0x9492b1b55209269fcd03678edd24e4919ba8a23f          134.55921735 SENT
0xdb499305d88ba88ab5836fcb962eec88a06972e7             63.6796875 SENT
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October 18, 2015, 12:43:54 PM
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ok, im out the door for search and rescue. ill answer everyone elses questions that crop up this evening,and write the few people who were involved with the launch early on that had problems and left in a huff. hopefully we can talk them into returning to the community. i hate to  have ANYONE upset with the way things went.  and HOPEFULLY by this evening we will have word back from poloniex or bleu regarding exchange inclusion.

ill post our equation-derived initial valuation when we get the exchange listings set. have a wonderful day, all and evryone
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October 18, 2015, 12:59:13 PM
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Maybe you can put here link for voting on poloneix & cryptsy... Smiley
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October 18, 2015, 01:12:54 PM
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blocktime around 20s now
difficulty: 363G
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October 18, 2015, 01:13:56 PM
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testnet mining and node hosting bounties have been sent out. there are a few contributors that didnt provide new wallets, but they have been sent private messages... ill be updating the community reserve ledger tomorrow (my brain is just too tired to make sure i do a perfect accounting job on it) and will work REALLY HARD tomorrow on getting replies from those exchanges so that you all have somewhere to spend those hard earned SOIL. thank you all for helping get us off the ground, even though the first hur and change after launch was a little insane with the megaminers going nuts on our blockchain.

the following testnet (various) and node (3000) bounties have been paid out to the following wallets:

0x0df95691d1a42e5714214f86540eade305538185                         33.02343750 SENT
0x895d4bfd8f626085db2edeca7391e2571378968d                         5000 SENT
0x07a3944fceb1413b1b16c97a9f0dac42cf002ba7                           61.5 SENT
0x892929fbf6e0beac3b3c66ae86234426571d925b                         538.546875 SENT
0xe09f13db88d976d8aeb23a8750df72cc3670a00b                         3064.101405 SENT
0xdf594b9343fd220f7c428a390301e725629e27e8                         2030.577495 SENT        3000 SENT
0x8bbd533a00dc0b09c509e93987557fafaa562b0f                         279.1640625 SENT
0x6b735d148fd9248b40e2d42b6c99ac5e4991fc83                         323.6015625 SENT
0x173eda856d3056a3be15caa2065295883ce61c04                        3000 SENT
0x97854e0e6e66a703e301f4da457a28c3ca15c9ee                        1145.90625 SENT
0x29d983e684ceeefed2657c558634f38d95906221                         549.1410975 SENT
0x0fcf5013caa0180f79b9bdb88a83d579324be58b                         107.4140625 SENT
0x4ea0be2fc06c8f0db3ee6eaf0a193f191461b55b                          5000 SENT
0x1c4036c6190db2ec8aa5af7a12ed95276f741773                         443.5 SENT         3000SENT
0x0cb1ed18135ac6590885aff190748b252bdd0129                         2.25 SENT

Not received my bounty for my node
0x07a3944fceb1413b1b16c97a9f0dac42cf002ba7                           61.5 SENT

my sincerest apologies. i will get that fixed for you this afternoon. as i mentioned in my last post, ive been called out for a search and rescue operation here in cape breton, which is something that does take priority, when someones life could be on the line. some hunter who didnt come home last night.. im just waiting for my ride to show to get me to the search site, and dont want to rush thru dispersements and make any mistakes. ive made a note for when i get back to get your node bounty out immediately. sorry about that. it was pretty late when i was sending out the bounties.

Received. Thanks dev Smiley
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October 18, 2015, 02:03:43 PM
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WTS up to 5K SOIL for BTCs. 50K sat per 1 SOIL. You send first, min. deal is 0.25 BTC = 500 SOIL
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October 18, 2015, 02:23:59 PM
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WTS up to 5K SOIL for BTCs. 50K sat per 1 SOIL. You send first, min. deal is 0.25 BTC = 500 SOIL

which means you will be sold at 1 soil = 50k satosis

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October 18, 2015, 03:03:50 PM
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WTS up to 5K SOIL for BTCs. 50K sat per 1 SOIL. You send first, min. deal is 0.25 BTC = 500 SOIL
Are you kidding man? 0.25 for this 500 coins of this garbage?
Call me a reason why soil is better than ETH, EXP, SHF?
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October 18, 2015, 03:04:21 PM
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First of all: Congrats to the launch!

Wow, this thread literally exploded. I have just finished reading 15 pages.

Some thoughts about the too-many-blocks-in-the-first~20 hours ...

Best way to prevent "instamine" of many coins on launch is (or was - in SOIL's case Smiley to implement dynamic block reward: you start small, say 0.3 XXXcoin per block, and then increase it, steady and smooth, up to target (8 per block, for soil). That process could take several hours or several days, that's up to devs and/or community. BUT - that good thought came late Sad
VERY good idea.
I had the same idea when I read what might have been happening here:

By now, tons of smaller miners, and seemingly even two three megaminers,
have succeeded in configuring their GPUs to ETHmining. And hopped onto soil,
and made it fly through the first blocks.

Just as a reality reminder -
This is even only a small GPU farm of Sapphire cards:

or look at this 100 GPU video.

Now as increasingly many mining rigs are configured to the new algorithm,
the next ETH-clone coinstart will likely have an even worse situation.  

i did research in the weeks approaching launch, if we could find a single IP governor to cap hashrates coming in, but sadly, theres no such thing invented yet.
That is an interesting idea. Any coding miners around, who would want to start that project? To protect the small guys' mining?

Actually as soon as that extra-layer is in place, there will be a workaround, and the first megaminers will decompose their rig towers into many IP addresses. But IP addresses cost real money, so there is a limit to that.
A second line of defense would be to limit mining per hour/day by coinbase addresses - but then each GPU tower will simply get a unique address, which are regularly aggregated. Still, if I were building that code, I would consider that, too.
There might be a third way to go against the big guys, that someone could come up with. Build many obstacles. And all will be trampled down, because:

Essentially, the base of the problem is a property of capitalism itself - the system deteriorates when the superrich appear, the biggest and most powerful are raping, and breaking the system for everyone else. Capitalism IS a one way street. And long-term-successful capitalism is an evil trap, for us 99% (*). Money falls to the top. And mining will be ruled by huge mining farms. I see no way out, but leaving PoW behind.  Why, small guy, are you still mining?
(*) And that is only the social aspect, and not even mentioning the
unspeakable ecological disaster, and the perpetual war that capitalism is causing.

Still, this software "governor" how you call it, could be an idea that might work for a while, to protect decentralisation. Hey talented coder, here is a niche!

About coinstarts:
If the incentive for mining right from the start is lowered, it could smooth out the stampede of "me me me" miners who are hoping for an initially low difficulty, and high rewards. But that initially low difficulty is seemingly a thing of the past, anyways!  If I were still mining, I would probably miss out on such coinstarts, because too many people are trying the same thing at the same time - and that creates a huge difficulty.
And only the really big farms might have an edge then.

Here is the hope, and why it makes sense to learn configuring your handful of GPUs for SOIL: With every exponential explosion comes a sudden collapse, so I guess the difficulty might be decreasing now, or soon. Perhaps the best time for mining SOIL has not even started yet?

Don't mine too-high-difficulty coins, simple as that.


The second issue is the block times.
I guess everyone is surprised about how sluggish the difficulty adjustment reacted. And that is unfortunately something that simply could not have fully predicted on testnet, because it was sparsely mined. Sometimes there was not even 1 miner (see my surprised posts here: 116 and 119 and 122). A sudden rape with that many kilomegagigahashpersecond ... could not be tried out on testnet.

Still, whatever is in place to adjust current difficulty to recent hashrate ... is not reacting properly. Perhaps some deep research about how all the bitcoin clone coinstarts had solved the same question in the end, and porting the best solution to ETH, and improve it even more ... might help the ETHclone world in the future?

A crucial moment will be when the megaminers are switching away. How fast will the difficulty adjustment react to that?

This is insane:
... difficulty: 363G
What is your hashrate? Why, small guy, are you still mining? ;-)
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Ethereum and its forks have been really fun and rediculously profitable if you play your cards right. From what i made in just the first few hours of the EXP launch, after a few sales, i made 2x in btc than i make in a work day lol so yeah, didnt want to miss this one   Grin
THAT is the incentive that created this stampede.
But for each ETHclone start, such stories will get less, for sure.

we were hit with a massive mining farm (or three) almost immediately upon launch. it was halfway expected to happen, but nowhere near that much.
Will be an interesting side project, to study the difficulty evolution during this beginning.

"fair launch" isnt about how fast the network hashes, its about ensuring everyone has plenty of foreknowledge regarding WHEN the launch is, with ample communication regarding when the main net packages would be released, which to prevent malicious mining before our scheduled launch, were naturally released approximately 15 minutes before actual launch. there was no way to prevent how we were mined by third parties at the moment of launch
SIC!

the system is much ore stable now, block times are much closer to their targeted time, and the variant gravity well difficulty algorithm is operating as it should.
If that is the case, then: Good. And: What a relief. The coin is still quite fast, but much slower than last night. I suggest considering those first ~60 kSOIL of the first ~8000 blocks ... to be an unplanned subsidy to the mining world in general, be it big or small miners. And an ample warning for future ETHclones. Unplanned things can happen. (Look at the alert at the top of this forum, even Bitcoin ...). This whole distributed unbanking ecosphere is in evolution, anyways.

... and getting over it, because not only mining will decide about the future of this platform.

And also celebrate for a moment, because a new coin is alive:

Congrats to the launch!

... ive been called out for a search and rescue operation here in cape breton, which is something that does take priority, when someones life could be on the line. some hunter who didnt come home last night..
I hope you are finding him! Real life does have priority over magic internet money  

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P.S.: in case you answer to this -too long- post, ... Please be so kind, and when quoting ...
to delete all those sentences that you are not answering to. Or, positively formulated:
Just keep those sentences in the quote, that are necessary to understand your answer.
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October 18, 2015, 03:17:16 PM
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Any exchange for this or trade topic  Huh
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October 18, 2015, 03:34:39 PM
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difficulty: 363G
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October 18, 2015, 03:58:17 PM
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Some useful infos

More a note-to-self, but while I was reading 15+ pages anyways ...


What's the block reward?
Specs
Mining Algorithm: dagger, Proof-of-Work
Block reward: 8 SOIL
Target Block Time: 35 seconds

https://github.com/sammy007/ether-proxy
sammy posted this link to me, it may help some of those having issues.


... a 800,000 community reserve (0x3204a79b0245c5e1d5efe39179017a1c6c00b322)
... the development team ... 200,000 ...
mine:0xe46731382fbc47621a6c480d4b6118026bbbcb3a
soil:0xafc571db22ca80776def02150955026ff7329467

Lot of working peers :
Code:
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    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "8f21ffb8e50d803a5554e91f8c0219600a6820a3ccd2ae20cd3baf32ba8f262fba6f8cbcd5c37be7338a1b93fdd8f703f4e063e0ac99e135f5cfd747d1b274d4",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:37331",
    Name: "Gsoil/SOIL MAIN-NET AMSTERDAM/v1.2.2-5941fdfa/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "45.32.235.216:39420"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "555894d9b3bf8b130b80ed9a2fd8f1149098dc026097dcede12ddfc00b2249771732cc55598253d79dc6cdbe68b35176c50a029020ed2af5066e98e5b2b4b2bc",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:37495",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-f43e747f/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "45.32.235.55:39420"
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    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
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    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2/windows/go1.5.1",
    RemoteAddress: "73.191.153.50:63696"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "30628178a680d8207770b4932870ac55d895ca7f7b13ee55f931f8488accd2405cdef8f286b9a5e3c75525c19c7c811fc18fd13866d4e13586179f72637e7ad1",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "113.161.82.243:52701"
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    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
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    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2/windows/go1.5.1",
    RemoteAddress: "90.154.240.37:55196"
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    ID: "74d396ba55d7eeb27f65fb148e0d0c1c86883cadbc5c4943423b6473337b5863fa4260774a604aae787de857954809f56c22009500087797608252b5ad96c987",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:38643",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4.2",
    RemoteAddress: "84.79.205.80:39420"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "68653c094752f3f19a0ae18fdd9941558dee73cadb4390d21d638f98c2efd1670f8ec5b93d031a5fca0b744b3f8399d122784d5bde6ecd0139791cb684f74d27",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/GoldenEye24/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "52.28.46.180:51223"
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    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "b0b6f48d9b8ffe5b2913612e03f63c0a25149deedca7817011c1c4d466655bd443025926ae0e33c75b5963127dc7e0b96f48d68155113922513c22bf2d8750d2",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:37573",
    Name: "Gsoil/SOIL MAIN-NET NEWYORK/v1.2.2-5941fdfa/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "45.63.12.46:39420"
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    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
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    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:38675",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "68.168.161.160:39420"
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    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4.2",
    RemoteAddress: "178.62.17.38:42994"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "1a23ef79a16e5a529bec8537e613b64c67e92133bfd1742c5559adaa6b3ffb41eec2abebb9178ed0c28656f1144e8c63764501049e6839072340bafc546cca51",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:60076",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "46.10.210.51:39420"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "47be3a3a51bd8bec8f2194ea77fe94bcb024ea6dc92e97605b527f2e5f80d949dc96184b98d36413a1b1342e3e8836f3562c63c81a4f9be532565687f72ac194",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:47364",
    Name: "Gsoil/GoldenEye26/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "194.135.92.93:39420"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "74719ca3c5fb3242fc23a886c85d715b388e11b4d274f5dab79bc86b1cdc8126a5a29544e462734b787ca3c7e55d083fbee437b73ae353cc9032f213a16720f4",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.5",
    RemoteAddress: "178.46.153.62:43325"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "f6a967e0e0194a449cad9219b757c6d09b434f99a88f8ac90b78034f544cd80f9a9666d0b5aa9cc0bf6fe7c2996b0d45ca36f117638fc5a48df433b2ffb88a6a",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:50195",
    Name: "Gsoil/SOIL MAIN-NET PARIS/v1.2.2-5941fdfa/linux/go1.4",
    RemoteAddress: "104.238.189.143:39420"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/60, eth/61",
    ID: "e58d5e26b3b630496ec640f2530f3e7fa8a8c7dfe79d9e9c4aac80e3730132b869c852d3125204ab35bb1b1951f6f2d40996c1034fd8c5a69b383ee337f02ddc",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:55665",
    Name: "++eth-v1.0.0-1e6e0b75/Gav's Morden Node//.-Linux/g++/JIT",
    RemoteAddress: "92.51.165.126:30303"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "cccdf5f0df4db291597506ac9fdd219a469b889e805841883f50db352274e1e576ca784a248dfb84aaa7e37649311d474cf63feaace58156bde66cbd3856fac5",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:39420",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2/windows/go1.5.1",
    RemoteAddress: "75.83.220.25:56838"
}, {
    Caps: "eth/61, eth/62",
    ID: "1927c47ce3c307f8fbe163da06b84ec893b551b9aae23fd47c7840aa83ed40e246771fab32c59c92539acf5557bcc439dca2b454b34830f3056efdb12e6980f6",
    LocalAddress: "46.101.231.134:42247",
    Name: "Gsoil/v1.2.2-29c5129b/linux/go1.5",
    RemoteAddress: "37.187.27.4:39420"
}]

if someone could post a sample .bat file for suprnova for the users who are having problems connecting there, id greatly appreciate it. trying to solve a few other issues right now... only have two hands and less than half a brain right now
ethminer.exe -G -F http://soil.suprnova.cc:2000/user.worker/50
make sure the .bat file is in the same folder (bin) as ethminer. that seems to stop a lot of the issues opening it
if you want to solo mine
admin.addPeer("enode://f6a967e0e0194a449cad9219b757c6d09b434f99a88f8ac90b78034f544cd80f9a9666d0b5aa9cc0bf6fe7c2996b0d45ca36f117638fc5a48df433b2ffb88a6a@[104.238.189.143]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://b0b6f48d9b8ffe5b2913612e03f63c0a25149deedca7817011c1c4d466655bd443025926ae0e33c75b5963127dc7e0b96f48d68155113922513c22bf2d8750d2@[45.63.12.46]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://8f21ffb8e50d803a5554e91f8c0219600a6820a3ccd2ae20cd3baf32ba8f262fba6f8cbcd5c37be7338a1b93fdd8f703f4e063e0ac99e135f5cfd747d1b274d4@[45.32.235.216]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://de8cefc00b572fb3dd789931ec2b7b22206caa74b63d49153f34f30336ef8048442515a89d2e4ac8be0ca7b1c0e4ecd12a82de7a9e7a112bc546bf820e5f1798@[46.228.9.99]:49458")
admin.addPeer("enode://8f21ffb8e50d803a5554e91f8c0219600a6820a3ccd2ae20cd3baf32ba8f262fba6f8cbcd5c37be7338a1b93fdd8f703f4e063e0ac99e135f5cfd747d1b274d4@[46.101.231.134]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://477644cec9890d32fe0b76023a82c34317fb83a3acc6f5cb3b242fb4223d2038ce8c609970edfa9ae0ae1f87bd1991627c37f0df1d9b8b73e15abd3d296ead0c@[73.191.153]:63696")
admin.addPeer("enode://30628178a680d8207770b4932870ac55d895ca7f7b13ee55f931f8488accd2405cdef8f286b9a5e3c75525c19c7c811fc18fd13866d4e13586179f72637e7ad1@[113.161.82.243]:52701")
admin.addPeer("enode://c965b87ccb17d940da24421e071ed84b615e3061d0a58a78804bcf0b374e8d90209932fcc97e5b2164db88d6af678bdfc8f892ae80f356bf1f16185c8ab71647@[90.154.240.37]:55196")
admin.addPeer("enode://74d396ba55d7eeb27f65fb148e0d0c1c86883cadbc5c4943423b6473337b5863fa4260774a604aae787de857954809f56c22009500087797608252b5ad96c987@[84.79.205.80]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://68653c094752f3f19a0ae18fdd9941558dee73cadb4390d21d638f98c2efd1670f8ec5b93d031a5fca0b744b3f8399d122784d5bde6ecd0139791cb684f74d27@[52.28.46.180]:51223")
admin.addPeer("enode://07e4afa878a958af69d2b030ce6b69c3f7380c609836bed92d57bf0b1a3dd318525f08b95605e07afbeaffb543e1e97d7e1d84f23af08d8dd3a1f081af3b8225@[68.168.161.160]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://e58d5e26b3b630496ec640f2530f3e7fa8a8c7dfe79d9e9c4aac80e3730132b869c852d3125204ab35bb1b1951f6f2d40996c1034fd8c5a69b383ee337f02ddc@[92.51.165.126]:30303")
admin.addPeer("enode://f6a967e0e0194a449cad9219b757c6d09b434f99a88f8ac90b78034f544cd80f9a9666d0b5aa9cc0bf6fe7c2996b0d45ca36f117638fc5a48df433b2ffb88a6a@[104.238.189.143]:39420")
admin.addPeer("enode://cccdf5f0df4db291597506ac9fdd219a469b889e805841883f50db352274e1e576ca784a248dfb84aaa7e37649311d474cf63feaace58156bde66cbd3856fac5@[75.83.220.25]:56838")
admin.addPeer("enode://1927c47ce3c307f8fbe163da06b84ec893b551b9aae23fd47c7840aa83ed40e246771fab32c59c92539acf5557bcc439dca2b454b34830f3056efdb12e6980f6@[37.187.27.4]:39420")
just dump this


VERY basic block explorer up at http://explorer.soilcoin.xyz/

--> block 10,000 at 2015 October 18th, 15:57:17 UTC+0



And of course, the OP#1 ... seems to contain most essential information anyways ... *g*

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how to install and configure (testnet) soil - stepwise manual
... my ... stepwise manual how to install the testnetsoil node, with a few tricks and shortcuts to make my life easier. ....
Well done!
Thanks altsheets.
Thanks, soil. I quite enjoy writing manuals.

Will be logging my steps when installing mainnet node.
--> https://github.com/soilcurrency/go-ethereum using the master branch, I guess.

Keep tuned  Wink


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All users please write to BLEUTRADE - only 10 meessage left.

Who the fuck want these shitty 0-volume exchanges? What we will see there? 1 satoshi bids? SOIL caretakers should apply at least for bittrex and ignore any attempts to be listed on a place like alcurex, etc.

Go show them some love https://twitter.com/bittrexexchange

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All users please write to BLEUTRADE - only 10 meessage left.

Who the fuck want these shitty 0-volume exchanges? What we will see there? 1 satoshi bids? SOIL caretakers should apply at least for bittrex and ignore any attempts to be listed on a place like alcurex, etc.

Go show them some love https://twitter.com/bittrexexchange

At this point when you have the vast majority of coins going to a few individuals I'd rather see them dumped on a crappy exchange before we get listed somewhere decent.

It's going to be a dumpfest when we get listed.  After a bit things will even out, but it's gonna be rough with all of the power a few have.

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