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March 18, 2016, 10:42:42 PM
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It has to sync with masternodes, budgets etc. but not whole blockchain again.
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March 18, 2016, 10:44:07 PM
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It has to sync with masternodes, budgets etc. but not whole blockchain again.

Thanks for the reply, just to make sure, mine is saying 6 weeks behind at startup, and processing blocks from the beginning, this is just syncing with the above?

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March 18, 2016, 11:05:57 PM
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No that doesn't sound right.
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March 18, 2016, 11:08:37 PM
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No that doesn't sound right.

I'm going to switch to a different computer, the one I'm using is pretty old.  I'll try again with Windows 7 or my Pi

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March 19, 2016, 12:48:59 AM
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Masternode Added hello world!

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March 19, 2016, 01:43:21 AM
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Masternode Added hello world!

Congrats, remember if you need more, there are several of us that provide hosting for a very reasonable price.
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March 19, 2016, 02:24:14 AM
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Masternode Added hello world!

Congrats, remember if you need more, there are several of us that provide hosting for a very reasonable price.

Thanks, how long before the node generates income?

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March 19, 2016, 02:59:46 AM
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Masternode Added hello world!

Congrats, remember if you need more, there are several of us that provide hosting for a very reasonable price.

Thanks, how long before the node generates income?

Don't be surprised if it takes 24 hours or so, it has to move up in the ranking to be eligible.
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************  Masternode Hosting Now Available  *************

Coin-Server.com has been working hard.  This week we officially switched to a full 1Gb fiber connection, replaced all of our switches with shiny brand new gigabit switches, fired up a new router to support it all, and in conjunction with that we were able to add support for IPV6.  With our services being IPV6 enabled now, we wanted to offer others who have IPV6 support or a 4to6 Tunnel the ability to have masternodes on IPV6 addresses.

If you are interested in one of these, they are 2$ (approx. 0.0047BTC) each for a 30 day contract, payments can be made through coinbase.  Shoot me a PM if you would like to have one setup for you or if you have questions.  Our current available servers allow us to have about 60 of these running at one time and we have plans to expand, and if all goes well we will have dedicated order forms here soon.  


For those who may wish to use this service but do not have IPV6 capabilites, here is a solution for you.  All you need is a tunnel adapter like Teredo.  For the windows guys and gals out there, here is the HOW-TO for your review.  Pretty simple to get up and running.  IPV6 is a brave new world....

Just realized this is not even needed.  The controlling wallet doesn't ever actually talk to the node.  So, coin-server.com has master nodes for everyone.  These are fully managed, you don't need to log in.  We set it up and give you the details for your masternode.conf file.  Just set it and forget it... Yep bad infomercial reference there Smiley
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March 19, 2016, 03:28:07 AM
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Coin-Server.com has been working hard.  This week we officially switched to a full 1Gb fiber connection, replaced all of our switches with shiny brand new gigabit switches, fired up a new router to support it all, and in conjunction with that we were able to add support for IPV6.  With our services being IPV6 enabled now, we wanted to offer others who have IPV6 support or a 4to6 Tunnel the ability to have masternodes on IPV6 addresses.

If you are interested in one of these, they are 2$ (approx. 0.0047BTC) each for a 30 day contract, payments can be made through coinbase.  Shoot me a PM if you would like to have one setup for you or if you have questions.  Our current available servers allow us to have about 60 of these running at one time and we have plans to expand, and if all goes well we will have dedicated order forms here soon.  

Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?
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Coin-Server.com has been working hard.  This week we officially switched to a full 1Gb fiber connection, replaced all of our switches with shiny brand new gigabit switches, fired up a new router to support it all, and in conjunction with that we were able to add support for IPV6.  With our services being IPV6 enabled now, we wanted to offer others who have IPV6 support or a 4to6 Tunnel the ability to have masternodes on IPV6 addresses.

If you are interested in one of these, they are 2$ (approx. 0.0047BTC) each for a 30 day contract, payments can be made through coinbase.  Shoot me a PM if you would like to have one setup for you or if you have questions.  Our current available servers allow us to have about 60 of these running at one time and we have plans to expand, and if all goes well we will have dedicated order forms here soon.  

Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?

Good point there.  I don't want to run my own BTC wallet, eats up too much space for me.  I will gladly accept DNET directly as well. 
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March 19, 2016, 03:44:21 AM
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Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?

Good point there.  I don't want to run my own BTC wallet, eats up too much space for me.  I will gladly accept DNET directly as well. 

At first glance it sounded like a honeypot lol. We have one service primarily cornering the MN market, so its good to see provider competition which will help the market thrive. At the least maybe look into a coinpayments integration as a merchant
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March 19, 2016, 04:02:27 AM
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Good timing because the mp-hosting site is down.

not for me i can access all my servers the website and the account management without a problem!
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I think it was a DNS caching issue related to your switching to https. It cleared up after an hour.

The single greatest improvement you could make would be to put "hostname" on this table:


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March 19, 2016, 04:15:55 AM
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Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?

Good point there.  I don't want to run my own BTC wallet, eats up too much space for me.  I will gladly accept DNET directly as well.  

At first glance it sounded like a honeypot lol. We have one service primarily cornering the MN market, so its good to see provider competition which will help the market thrive. At the least maybe look into a coinpayments integration as a merchant

Understood there, yea a monopoly is a bad thing.  I am pretty sure the devs and the mp-hosting guys will vouch for me as well.  I have known them both for quite some time now and want to do all I can to see that this project and community are as successful as they possibly can be.  The pool at coin-server.com is going to have some very specific features here soon solely focused on DarkNet.

Yea, coinpayments is an option as well, just need the time to get it all setup correctly.

Another service that I will be using is payservices.com.  They are relatively new, but have some really exciting features coming online as well.
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March 19, 2016, 07:13:33 AM
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....

Good timing because the mp-hosting site is down.

not for me i can access all my servers the website and the account management without a problem!
Yep nothing wrong with my servers guys


I think it was a DNS caching issue related to your switching to https. It cleared up after an hour.

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Hi ill have a look and see if i can get that done

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March 19, 2016, 07:15:57 AM
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Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?

Good point there.  I don't want to run my own BTC wallet, eats up too much space for me.  I will gladly accept DNET directly as well.  

At first glance it sounded like a honeypot lol. We have one service primarily cornering the MN market, so its good to see provider competition which will help the market thrive. At the least maybe look into a coinpayments integration as a merchant

Understood there, yea a monopoly is a bad thing.  I am pretty sure the devs and the mp-hosting guys will vouch for me as well.  I have known them both for quite some time now and want to do all I can to see that this project and community are as successful as they possibly can be.  The pool at coin-server.com is going to have some very specific features here soon solely focused on DarkNet.

Yea, coinpayments is an option as well, just need the time to get it all setup correctly.

Another service that I will be using is payservices.com.  They are relatively new, but have some really exciting features coming online as well.

Its good to see someone else starting to do Masternodes i can vouch for James we have worked  of a few projects before  Good Guy
And if you need any help with coinpayments left me know.


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March 19, 2016, 01:48:15 PM
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Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?

Good point there.  I don't want to run my own BTC wallet, eats up too much space for me.  I will gladly accept DNET directly as well.  

At first glance it sounded like a honeypot lol. We have one service primarily cornering the MN market, so its good to see provider competition which will help the market thrive. At the least maybe look into a coinpayments integration as a merchant

Understood there, yea a monopoly is a bad thing.  I am pretty sure the devs and the mp-hosting guys will vouch for me as well.  I have known them both for quite some time now and want to do all I can to see that this project and community are as successful as they possibly can be.  The pool at coin-server.com is going to have some very specific features here soon solely focused on DarkNet.

Yea, coinpayments is an option as well, just need the time to get it all setup correctly.

Another service that I will be using is payservices.com.  They are relatively new, but have some really exciting features coming online as well.

Its good to see someone else starting to do Masternodes i can vouch for James we have worked  of a few projects before  Good Guy
And if you need any help with coinpayments left me know.


thanks
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Thanks Paul. 

Lets see, help needed.  You bet man, is there anyway at all you can get me 48hours in a day?  Smiley
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March 19, 2016, 01:57:01 PM
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Am I the only one finding it odd that you want to host darknet nodes and are only accepting payments through coinbase, an AML/KYC compliant service?

Good point there.  I don't want to run my own BTC wallet, eats up too much space for me.  I will gladly accept DNET directly as well.  

At first glance it sounded like a honeypot lol. We have one service primarily cornering the MN market, so its good to see provider competition which will help the market thrive. At the least maybe look into a coinpayments integration as a merchant

Understood there, yea a monopoly is a bad thing.  I am pretty sure the devs and the mp-hosting guys will vouch for me as well.  I have known them both for quite some time now and want to do all I can to see that this project and community are as successful as they possibly can be.  The pool at coin-server.com is going to have some very specific features here soon solely focused on DarkNet.

Yea, coinpayments is an option as well, just need the time to get it all setup correctly.

Another service that I will be using is payservices.com.  They are relatively new, but have some really exciting features coming online as well.

Its good to see someone else starting to do Masternodes i can vouch for James we have worked  of a few projects before  Good Guy
And if you need any help with coinpayments left me know.


thanks
Paul


Thanks Paul. 

Lets see, help needed.  You bet man, is there anyway at all you can get me 48hours in a day?  Smiley
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March 19, 2016, 03:48:04 PM
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************  Masternode Hosting Now Available  *************

Coin-Server.com has been working hard.  This week we officially switched to a full 1Gb fiber connection, replaced all of our switches with shiny brand new gigabit switches, fired up a new router to support it all, and in conjunction with that we were able to add support for IPV6.  With our services being IPV6 enabled now, we wanted to offer others who have IPV6 support or a 4to6 Tunnel the ability to have masternodes on IPV6 addresses.

If you are interested in one of these, they are 2$ (approx. 0.0047BTC) each for a 30 day contract, payments can be made through coinbase.  Shoot me a PM if you would like to have one setup for you or if you have questions.  Our current available servers allow us to have about 60 of these running at one time and we have plans to expand, and if all goes well we will have dedicated order forms here soon.  


For those who may wish to use this service but do not have IPV6 capabilites, here is a solution for you.  All you need is a tunnel adapter like Teredo.  For the windows guys and gals out there, here is the HOW-TO for your review.  Pretty simple to get up and running.  IPV6 is a brave new world....

Just realized this is not even needed.  The controlling wallet doesn't ever actually talk to the node.  So, coin-server.com has master nodes for everyone.  These are fully managed, you don't need to log in.  We set it up and give you the details for your masternode.conf file.  Just set it and forget it... Yep bad infomercial reference there Smiley

this sounds good... so as long as we have wallet addresses with 10k in each you send us the config file and that's it all done?

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March 19, 2016, 03:56:17 PM
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************  Masternode Hosting Now Available  *************

Coin-Server.com has been working hard.  This week we officially switched to a full 1Gb fiber connection, replaced all of our switches with shiny brand new gigabit switches, fired up a new router to support it all, and in conjunction with that we were able to add support for IPV6.  With our services being IPV6 enabled now, we wanted to offer others who have IPV6 support or a 4to6 Tunnel the ability to have masternodes on IPV6 addresses.

If you are interested in one of these, they are 2$ (approx. 0.0047BTC) each for a 30 day contract, payments can be made through coinbase.  Shoot me a PM if you would like to have one setup for you or if you have questions.  Our current available servers allow us to have about 60 of these running at one time and we have plans to expand, and if all goes well we will have dedicated order forms here soon.  


For those who may wish to use this service but do not have IPV6 capabilites, here is a solution for you.  All you need is a tunnel adapter like Teredo.  For the windows guys and gals out there, here is the HOW-TO for your review.  Pretty simple to get up and running.  IPV6 is a brave new world....

Just realized this is not even needed.  The controlling wallet doesn't ever actually talk to the node.  So, coin-server.com has master nodes for everyone.  These are fully managed, you don't need to log in.  We set it up and give you the details for your masternode.conf file.  Just set it and forget it... Yep bad infomercial reference there Smiley

this sounds good... so as long as we have wallet addresses with 10k in each you send us the config file and that's it all done?

Yes, you would set your wallet up as a normal wallet.  Do not set masternode=1 in the conf.

Follow the process to get the transaction output and the masternode key.

I will then setup the remote node and provide you the address.

Then you just set your masternode.conf file for that key and transaction using the IPV6 address i provide to you.

Set it and forget it
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