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August 17, 2016, 12:45:14 PM
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Sadly there is a big problem with the devs of this coin.  They believe to be so great that they don't answer most questions of the new comers here. Sadly as proved, their arrogance is only as high as their coding is weak.

Why after all the positive messages I wrote about this coin I say such words? I asked repeatedly for a linux 32bit version... being ignored by them, I decided to compile myself. So after learning all the basis of the process, which is by the way super user unfriendly (like everything on linux: this unnecessary complication is just used to mask the lack of coding power and smartness to make it user friendly) but easy. I see that one the ./configure needs to be modified with .ac at the end and worst of all the make command doesn't work for a yet unknown reason to me.

So to resume, their arrogant and unhelpful attitude, like if they invented the wheel, is detrimental to the community and eventual growth of this coin. I find it sad.

There's every chance that they just missed your request (yes, both times) due to so many sync / fork issue posts.
Have you PM'ed s3v3nh4cks directly or asked for it in DNET slack support channel? Those would be the best way.

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August 17, 2016, 02:25:36 PM
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Sadly there is a big problem with the devs of this coin.  They believe to be so great that they don't answer most questions of the new comers here. Sadly as proved, their arrogance is only as high as their coding is weak.

Why after all the positive messages I wrote about this coin I say such words? I asked repeatedly for a linux 32bit version... being ignored by them, I decided to compile myself. So after learning all the basis of the process, which is by the way super user unfriendly (like everything on linux: this unnecessary complication is just used to mask the lack of coding power and smartness to make it user friendly) but easy. I see that one the ./configure needs to be modified with .ac at the end and worst of all the make command doesn't work for a yet unknown reason to me.

So to resume, their arrogant and unhelpful attitude, like if they invented the wheel, is detrimental to the community and eventual growth of this coin. I find it sad.

There's every chance that they just missed your request (yes, both times) due to so many sync / fork issue posts.
Have you PM'ed s3v3nh4cks directly or asked for it in DNET slack support channel? Those would be the best way.
Yeah, sorry, I didn't catch any previous posts asking for a 32 bit Linux binary. As jakiman pointed out, we have been pretty busy with other things lately, and haven't really spent a lot of time in here. Reaching out to us via slack or skype would have gotten you a much quicker response.

Also, you don't add .ac to the end of the name of the configure file. The configure file is used by autoconf to build the configure file that is then used to build the make file.

As mikegi stated, the correct commands to build the binaries from source are:
./autogen.sh
./configure
make

Which should work just fine assuming you have installed all of the dependencies.

To save you the hassle, https://github.com/Darknet-Crypto/Darknet/releases/download/v2.1.1.0/Linux32.zip.

Sorry you find us arrogant and unhelpful, at least no one else has accused of that. If you feel as if you are being ignored again be sure to reach out to us via some other methods, slack, skype, or PM. We are here to help those who need it, as I am sure most would agree.

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August 17, 2016, 02:35:51 PM
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what a mess
2.0.2 2.0.3 2.0.5 2.0.6 2.0.7 2.0.8
2.1.0
and now 2.1.1 ?!

OMG
it was like 6-7 wallets for 1 week ....

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August 17, 2016, 02:56:36 PM
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I feel very bad and would like to present the devs my sincere apologize for my last message. I have no excuses.

First of all thank you very much for having compiled this linux 32 bit version. Then to explain you my total frustration and previous anger, I have every time a lot of difficulties with linux (in this case debian). It angers me so much not to be able to operate it, to have always to search to do basic things in the command line. Furthermore this old computer is almost louder than an S9 at full speed. Moreover I clearly understand that my timing for my request was quite bad.

Sincerely sorry again for my lame and stupid last message and thank you again for 32bit version.

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August 17, 2016, 03:26:23 PM
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what a mess
2.0.2 2.0.3 2.0.5 2.0.6 2.0.7 2.0.8
2.1.0
and now 2.1.1 ?!

OMG
it was like 6-7 wallets for 1 week ....

a test net needs to be made next update. cant be going through this mess again.
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August 17, 2016, 03:27:39 PM
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what a mess
2.0.2 2.0.3 2.0.5 2.0.6 2.0.7 2.0.8
2.1.0
and now 2.1.1 ?!

OMG
it was like 6-7 wallets for 1 week ....
Yes, they could have surrended after the second or third failure, but they has been /will keep working until find the solution. This made me very comfortable about  having a nice amount of this coin.

Beware with ENT, shaddy things happen when try to mine it...
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August 17, 2016, 03:34:23 PM
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what a mess
2.0.2 2.0.3 2.0.5 2.0.6 2.0.7 2.0.8
2.1.0
and now 2.1.1 ?!

OMG
it was like 6-7 wallets for 1 week ....

Yup. You are absolutely right it sure has been a mess. We are looking forward to moving past this when things start moving again tonight. We are so grateful to the community for bearing with us through all of the hassle this past week has presented us. I think that the folks in here are some of the best in crypto, and we are so glad to have you guys here with us.

We knew there would be a few roadbumps, but never expected to encounter the level of hassle that we did. There is clearly a reason all other PoS coins just stick with the old Bitcoin codebase, but if we want PoS in general to remain competitive things must advance. Most of the issues we have encountered along the way were only evident once there were a large number of people stress testing the system, we could not have done it without you guys. We are so grateful to you all.
I feel very bad and would like to present the devs my sincere apologize for my last message. I have no excuses.

First of all thank you very much for having compiled this linux 32 bit version. Then to explain you my total frustration and previous anger, I have every time a lot of difficulties with linux (in this case debian). It angers me so much not to be able to operate it, to have always to search to do basic things in the command line. Furthermore this old computer is almost louder than an S9 at full speed. Moreover I clearly understand that my timing for my request was quite bad.

Sincerely sorry again for my lame and stupid last message and thank you again for 32bit version.

Thank you for that. Again, I would also like to apologize on behalf of the team for having missed your request in the first place. But, your apology means a lot to us, it is not something that can be expected from most folks involved in crypto. No one here usually likes to admit mistakes, those who are willing to do so are few and far between. I am glad you see it as a mistake, we want to help in any way we can, but don't always see every post, especially in trying times such as we have been going through the past week or so.

I just want to emphasize for everyone the slack and skype contact methods. There are fewer people in slack, skype seems to be really active all of the time, but either one of those places will get you a quicker response more often than not. Links are in the OP, stop in and say hi.

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August 17, 2016, 03:41:31 PM
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what a mess
2.0.2 2.0.3 2.0.5 2.0.6 2.0.7 2.0.8
2.1.0
and now 2.1.1 ?!

OMG
it was like 6-7 wallets for 1 week ....

yep.. been downloading and synching over and over again, it was quite annoyed, i guess patience will payoff huh!

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August 17, 2016, 04:04:02 PM
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While I have a bit of time to kill waiting for things to get going I figured I would talk for a minute about the PoS rewards for anyone who was wondering. If you either haven't been here for long, or haven't been keeping up with everything, you may have noticed that the rewards for staking don't seem to match up with what you may have expected. So here is a breakdown of what is going on, I posted this in slack when asked, so will just copy and paste it here with a bit of editing and a few additions.

Masternodes will be paid a portion of the block rewards. Refer to the OP of the ANN thread for the block rewards for any given block number. We have implemented a "seesaw" reward mechanism that is used to determine the split between the masternode and the staker of the block. Right now the value of each block is 50 DNET. 10% of that is reserved for the budget, which is voted on by the owners of masternodes, anyone can submit a proposal to be voted on. So, we are left with 45 DNET to be shared between the winning masternode and the staker

Here is the actual code that is used to determine the split.

else if(nHeight > LAST_POW_BLOCK)
   {
       int64_t nMoneySupply = chainActive.Tip()->nMoneySupply;
       int64_t mNodeCoins = mnodeman.size() * 10000 * COIN;

       if(fDebug)
           LogPrintf("GetMasternodePayment(): moneysupply=%s, nodecoins=%s \n", FormatMoney(nMoneySupply).c_str(),
               FormatMoney(mNodeCoins).c_str());

       if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .05) && mNodeCoins > 0) {
           ret = blockValue * .85;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .1) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .05)) {
           ret = blockValue * .8;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .15) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .1)) {
           ret = blockValue * .75;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .2) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .15)) {
           ret = blockValue * .7;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .25) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .2)) {
           ret = blockValue * .65;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .3) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .25)) {
           ret = blockValue * .6;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .35) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .3)) {
           ret = blockValue * .55;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .4) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .35)) {
           ret = blockValue * .5;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .45) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .4)) {
           ret = blockValue * .45;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .5) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .45)) {
           ret = blockValue * .4;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .55) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .5)) {
           ret = blockValue * .35;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .6) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .55)) {
           ret = blockValue * .3;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .65) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .6)) {
           ret = blockValue * .25;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .7) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .65)) {
           ret = blockValue * .2;
       }
       else if (mNodeCoins <= (nMoneySupply * .75) && mNodeCoins >= (nMoneySupply * .7)) {
           ret = blockValue * .15;
       }
       else{
           ret = blockValue * .1;
       }
   }

So, basically, when the number of coins locked in masternodes is between 0 and 5 percent of of all available coins the winning masternode gets 85% of the block reward. using that as a reference you can go through the code to see that if the number of coins in masternodes is more than 75% of all available coins the winning masternode will get 10% of the block reward.

There are 16 steps to the seesaw right now, over time we will tweak the seesaw as we get a better feel for how the various aspects of the network perform. We started with the idea that about 1/3 of coins being in masternodes is an ideal split. That makes for a strong masternode network, which is responsible for the Obfuscation transactions as well as the SwiftTX transactions. It should also leave enough coins in the wild to support the needed level of staking to promote blockchain security, and have a good number of coins on the exchange to provide sufficient liquidity.

A more user friendly breakdown of the steps of the seesaw is as follows.

If number of coins in masternodes is between 0 and 5 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 85% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 5 and 10 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 80% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 10 and 15 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 75% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 15 and 20 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 70% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 20 and 25 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 65% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 25 and 30 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 60% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 30 and 35 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 55% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 35 and 40 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 50% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 40 and 45 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 45% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 45 and 50 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 40% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 50 and 55 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 35% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 55 and 60 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 30% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 60 and 65 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 25% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 65 and 70 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 20% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is between 70 and 75 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 15% of the block rewards.
If number of coins in masternodes is more than 75 percent of coin supply masternodes will receive 10% of the block rewards.

This is a bit more rudimentary than we initially anticipated, but should work well enough for the time being until we get a good idea of the profitability of staking vs masternode ownership. We will be revisiting the seesaw once we have more data to base the numbers on.

The primary goal behind the seesaw is to ensure that it is always more profitable to have a masternode than it would be to just stake those 10k coins. The reason for that is the costs, hassles, and risks associated with upkeep of a masternode are greater than those of staking alone. But we also need to ensure that there are enough coins not in masternodes for the reasons presented above.

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August 17, 2016, 04:32:36 PM
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still stuck @bloc 259200 under 2.1.1 ..
is it "normal" .. ?!

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August 17, 2016, 04:36:25 PM
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still stuck @bloc 259200 under 2.1.1 ..
is it "normal" .. ?!


Yes, it's done like that intentionally until the new fix goes live later on today.

Ok Everyone, We are pretty confident this is the one.. Smiley

Fair Release for Staking tomorrow at 9PM EST

Instructions,

-Remove addnodes from conf file

-Delete all your files except the wallet.dat, and the (2) .conf files

-Sync from Scratch, Wallet will stop at 259200 until 9PM EST

Then everyone can start to stake..

Thank You for your Patience..

Wallets are uploaded and ready, Links in the OP are updated as well.
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August 17, 2016, 06:14:32 PM
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Are we all still using the below addnodes in v2.1.1.0?

addnode=104.218.120.208
addnode=185.69.52.224
addnode=188.60.65.97
addnode=130.255.12.2
addnode=185.129.62.63

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August 17, 2016, 06:25:43 PM
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Are we all still using the below addnodes in v2.1.1.0?

addnode=104.218.120.208
addnode=185.69.52.224
addnode=188.60.65.97
addnode=130.255.12.2
addnode=185.129.62.63

addnode=coin-server.com
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August 17, 2016, 07:09:22 PM
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Are we all still using the below addnodes in v2.1.1.0?

addnode=104.218.120.208
addnode=185.69.52.224
addnode=188.60.65.97
addnode=130.255.12.2
addnode=185.129.62.63

addnode=coin-server.com

Actually, you do not need any addnodes in the conf file as stated by s3v3nh4cks instructions above. But coin-server.com is fine.

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Are we all still using the below addnodes in v2.1.1.0?

addnode=104.218.120.208
addnode=185.69.52.224
addnode=188.60.65.97
addnode=130.255.12.2
addnode=185.129.62.63

addnode=coin-server.com

Actually, you do not need any addnodes in the conf file as stated by s3v3nh4cks instructions above. But coin-server.com is fine.

When we ran the "test" last night, coin-server.com was handling 598 connections.  Made for a very very quick sync as that is on a 1 GB fiber connection with no bandwidth limitations.
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August 17, 2016, 08:42:15 PM
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Ahh. Good to know. I'll use that next time i need to sync quickly.  Smiley

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August 18, 2016, 01:06:37 AM
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Wallet is synced, masternode started successfully and blocks are moving along.  Currently on 259229.

So far so good.  Smiley

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August 18, 2016, 01:09:11 AM
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Same here for one wallet, the other crashed... same chain?

getblockhash 259234

401290011c0d187b6b1e2c153509cd8c763315f1d44ee5829a1bcac1954ba69f

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Same here for one wallet, the other crashed... same chain?

getblockhash 259234

401290011c0d187b6b1e2c153509cd8c763315f1d44ee5829a1bcac1954ba69f



I am a bit behind but yes

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Block height out of range (code -8)


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August 18, 2016, 01:15:23 AM
 #3680

Just got an MN payout.  Smiley

Status: 18 confirmations
Date: 18/08/2016 02:08
Credit: 38.25000884 DNET
Net amount: +38.25000884 DNET

EDIT:

And another.  Smiley


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