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November 25, 2015, 08:39:35 AM
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As for if this is a different Octocoin then what is the total coin supply for this OctoCoin?

I only know of one Octocoin.  No clue what 'other' one Bittrex is referring to.

Maybe he thinks that this reborned OctoCoin is different from the other he found on Bittrex.... It could even be a overlook done from the other guy....

I got some clarification from Bittrex, the "Octocoin" they are referring to is the Counterparty asset "OCTO" which is something totally different.

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Working on a website now.
NICE!!! Ya get a website going again for this coin and let's get more people interested and involved with bringing this baby back to life Cheesy Cheers

 

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November 30, 2015, 05:31:34 PM
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Can you help me out. I get this error after i run ./configure

checking for Berkeley DB C++ headers... no
configure: error: libdb_cxx headers missing, Octocoin Core requires this library for wallet functionality (--disable-wallet to disable wallet functionality)

I have libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev both on my system already, i'm able to compile most other coins.


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November 30, 2015, 05:38:15 PM
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Can you help me out. I get this error after i run ./configure

checking for Berkeley DB C++ headers... no
configure: error: libdb_cxx headers missing, Octocoin Core requires this library for wallet functionality (--disable-wallet to disable wallet functionality)

I have libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev both on my system already, i'm able to compile most other coins.



To maintain compatibility with the original Octocoin wallet.dat files, Berkeley DB 5.3 was used.

Code:
version=5.3.28
download_path=http://download.oracle.com/berkeley-db
file_name=db-5.3.28.NC.tar.gz
sha256_hash=76a25560d9e52a198d37a31440fd07632b5f1f8f9f2b6d5438f4bc3e7c9013ef
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December 01, 2015, 12:36:15 AM
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To maintain compatibility with the original Octocoin wallet.dat files, Berkeley DB 5.3 was used.

Code:
version=5.3.28
download_path=http://download.oracle.com/berkeley-db
file_name=db-5.3.28.NC.tar.gz
sha256_hash=76a25560d9e52a198d37a31440fd07632b5f1f8f9f2b6d5438f4bc3e7c9013ef

Hey thanks didn't catch that.  Wallet compiled successfully low and behold i have 15k octocoin in my old wallet .   Grin

Thanks for updating i'll be throwing some hash power towards this project.

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December 01, 2015, 12:51:07 AM
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AFAIK octo coin moved to be a Counterparty token
and there was a swap
and could earn coins by participating in foldingcoin's merged folding@home, i still have coins in my counterparty wallet

not hashing, folding and curing (check FLDC merged-folding! reuse good GPUs)
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December 02, 2015, 01:48:31 AM
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Any thoughts/ideas on what your going to do going forward ? Any talks/plans on getting Octocoin 888 on an exchange ?

Any plans on what to do with all burned coins ? Maybe hardcode a faucet out of that address that pays small amounts to anyone running a full node.


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December 02, 2015, 02:01:33 AM
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Any Exchanges available for 888 ?
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December 02, 2015, 04:44:08 AM
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Any thoughts/ideas on what your going to do going forward ? Any talks/plans on getting Octocoin 888 on an exchange ?

Any plans on what to do with all burned coins ? Maybe hardcode a faucet out of that address that pays small amounts to anyone running a full node.



You cannot spend burned coins out of the burn address.

https://www.blockexperts.com/888/address/8burnYouroctoHere4oCToPartyXRcdDgX

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Proof_of_burn

http://counterparty.io/news/why-proof-of-burn/
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December 02, 2015, 05:09:39 AM
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@myfirst

Any thoughts/ideas on what your going to do going forward ? Any talks/plans on getting Octocoin 888 on an exchange ?

Any plans on what to do with all burned coins ? Maybe hardcode a faucet out of that address that pays small amounts to anyone running a full node.



You cannot spend burned coins out of the burn address.

https://www.blockexperts.com/888/address/8burnYouroctoHere4oCToPartyXRcdDgX

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Proof_of_burn

http://counterparty.io/news/why-proof-of-burn/

Cant it be hard-coded into the octocoin client ?

something like xfer all coins from X address to Y address after block #whatever and force the xfer into the block chain

everyone would have to run the same client anyone who isnt will be on the wrong chain/fork but gives a chance to bring those coins back to the community and can do something interesting with them.

I mean less coins the better right makes em more valuable but still would be a cool idea something different that i havent seen in the crypto world

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December 02, 2015, 02:50:39 PM
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Any thoughts/ideas on what your going to do going forward ? Any talks/plans on getting Octocoin 888 on an exchange ?

Well, I'm getting the website up and running.  Currently putting up some content, etc..
As for next steps, I would hope some members of the community would step up and offer their suggestions on direction.

I'll reveal some of my thoughts/ideas after I have the website published.
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December 02, 2015, 10:44:50 PM
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Any plans on what to do with all burned coins ? Maybe hardcode a faucet out of that address that pays small amounts to anyone running a full node.
Cant it be hard-coded into the octocoin client ?

something like xfer all coins from X address to Y address after block #whatever and force the xfer into the block chain

everyone would have to run the same client anyone who isnt will be on the wrong chain/fork but gives a chance to bring those coins back to the community and can do something interesting with them.

That's what we call a 'hardfork' and you want to avoid those unless it's absolutely needed.  

I mean less coins the better right makes em more valuable but still would be a cool idea something different that i havent seen in the crypto world

I understand where you are coming from with this idea, I too hate the thought of something being lost forever.  That's why I decided to revive Octocoin.  

Lets say the community decides do this using one of these two methods:

  • 1. Rollback the block chain to the point before those coins were burned and erase all the transaction since that point.  
  • 2. The burned coins remain lost forever.  The money supply is increased by an amount equal to the number of burned coins.  


#1 is done with a hardfork and a checkpoint.
#2 is done by creating a block reward equal to the amount of burned coins with a coinbase rule that states the reward must go to a specific address.

The first option goes against the very purpose of why a blockchain exists.  Octocoin would instantly loose all credibility as a crypto currency.  Crypto is decentralized and built on zero trust.  Both of these options would potentially place trust in a centralized authority.  The zero trust principal that Bitcoin is based on will always assume that a central authority has the potential to violate trust.

The best way forward for Octocoin is to forget about those burned coins.  Accept that they are lost forever and that is a good thing.
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December 05, 2015, 12:03:54 AM
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A website and official download page are up

http://octocoinfoundation.org/
http://getoctocoin.com/

I would like to have someone else write content for the website.  If you or anyone you know is an experienced web developer or technical writer please consider donating your time to help Octocoin.  Drupal skills are a big plus!
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December 05, 2015, 12:12:19 AM
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The Octocoin faucet has been enabled and filled.
Enjoy.

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December 05, 2015, 11:16:33 AM
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The Octocoin faucet has been enabled and filled.
Enjoy.

out of curiosity, which is the rate of Octocoin given for each payout and how many octocoins are in the faucet at the end?

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December 05, 2015, 11:18:03 AM
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good luck with your coin mate
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December 06, 2015, 02:21:59 PM
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Vote this up on cryptsy.

https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/# and vote for octo 888 to get listed.  Everyone gets 1 free vote then you can vote with cryptsy points or bitcoin.

1AEnN7gdBFLj8cD52jotepbMz4sqKPDcEg that is the cryptsy Octo 888 voting address every 0.0002 you deposit is considered 1 vote.

I think you need something like 65k+ votes to actually get it listed currently sitting @ 1250 votes.

Also coin needs more nodes i think the pool and I are the only nodes running......occasionally another node comes online but after a shortwhile disconnects.

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December 06, 2015, 03:10:37 PM
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Vote this up on cryptsy.

https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/# and vote for octo 888 to get listed.  Everyone gets 1 free vote then you can vote with cryptsy points or bitcoin.

1AEnN7gdBFLj8cD52jotepbMz4sqKPDcEg that is the cryptsy Octo 888 voting address every 0.0002 you deposit is considered 1 vote.

I think you need something like 65k+ votes to actually get it listed currently sitting @ 1250 votes.

Also coin needs more nodes i think the pool and I are the only nodes running......occasionally another node comes online but after a shortwhile disconnects.

Excellent work, this a great first start.  Lets get those free votes in and raise awareness.  More users amounts to more nodes.
My next step is to try and get an Elecrtum wallet for OctoCoin.

Here's a tip:
If you want to help, but don't like the idea of paying for votes. Head over to the Bitcoin faucet list on FaucetBOX and use the voting address.
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December 09, 2015, 02:08:58 PM
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Finally more nodes online...weird version numbers though..... Potcoin 0.8.7.1 Huh and Satoshi 0.8.6.2 Huh

"addr" : "63.247.147.166:22889",
"subver" : "/Octatoshi:0.10.3.1/",

"addr" : "178.7.27.72:65047",
"subver" : "/Potcoin:0.8.7.1/",

"addr" : "194.135.85.149:33175",
"subver" : "/Potcoin:0.8.7.1/",

"addr" : "50.162.235.186:49508",    <-gitlab
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6.2/",

"addr" : "70.169.221.184:59035",
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6.2/",

"addr" : "24.215.182.92:22889",
"subver" : "/Octatoshi:0.10.3.1/",

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December 09, 2015, 02:10:26 PM
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Finally more nodes online...weird version numbers though..... Potcoin 0.8.7.1 Huh and Satoshi 0.8.6.2 Huh

"addr" : "63.247.147.166:22889",
"subver" : "/Octatoshi:0.10.3.1/",

"addr" : "178.7.27.72:65047",
"subver" : "/Potcoin:0.8.7.1/",

"addr" : "194.135.85.149:33175",
"subver" : "/Potcoin:0.8.7.1/",

"addr" : "50.162.235.186:49508",    <-gitlab
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6.2/",

"addr" : "70.169.221.184:59035",
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6.2/",

"addr" : "24.215.182.92:22889",
"subver" : "/Octatoshi:0.10.3.1/",

Most likely are users that are using the old versions instead of doing the upgrade... if there isn't a huge gap of versions of the components i think it shouldn't be a problem

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December 09, 2015, 02:48:33 PM
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Finally more nodes online...weird version numbers though..... Potcoin 0.8.7.1 Huh and Satoshi 0.8.6.2 Huh

"addr" : "63.247.147.166:22889",
"subver" : "/Octatoshi:0.10.3.1/",

"addr" : "178.7.27.72:65047",
"subver" : "/Potcoin:0.8.7.1/",

"addr" : "194.135.85.149:33175",
"subver" : "/Potcoin:0.8.7.1/",

"addr" : "50.162.235.186:49508",    <-gitlab
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6.2/",

"addr" : "70.169.221.184:59035",
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6.2/",

"addr" : "24.215.182.92:22889",
"subver" : "/Octatoshi:0.10.3.1/",

Most likely are users that are using the old versions instead of doing the upgrade... if there isn't a huge gap of versions of the components i think it shouldn't be a problem

This is due the Octocoin not changing the pchMessageStart value to something unique.  I plan on doing this once most of the network has upgraded to the new client.  Otherwise we risk forking the block chain if it done too soon.
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