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September 19, 2016, 03:47:35 PM
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Glad we did the 1st POS Superblock very well!  Our coins are now cut to stone - err - written to the blockchain. Wink


Looking forward to do more obfuscation -  500/2 best option still?



And maybe some of you know www.distrowatch.com - as a good resource of open source - operating systems. There is a new sister project out now, which covers cryptocoinz and -surprise-  DNET is yet listed their.


Please check it out - www.cryptocoin.cc



 Cool

You can set it to any amount, I would say 500/2 would be a minimum. I have mine set at 10k/8. When that is able to complete, we have a decent amount of people participating.


TY, will increase the amount in the wallets.


BTW - Linux PPA updates work like a charm.

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September 19, 2016, 04:25:42 PM
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What wallet version were you using?
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DarkNet Core version v2.1.2.3-cb528cd (64-bit)
I think about block 298830 I forked and during more than one hour my wallet saw no new blocks was not able to mint a block neither. In that moment, first forked block was minted and I started to have a new minted block every few minutes, seconds, till I discover the issue. I erased everything except wallet.conf and masternode.conf and things were back to normal. Now I have the wallet working normally, minting and receiving MN payments at the expected frequency.
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After analysing my "fork" a bit more, thing start to seem more interesting. Look at this image:



When my wallet started to stack like crazy two of the transactions were accepted. Very strange Huh

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hi berron,

watching yours wallet data doesn't look well.

You should clean your wallet.dat of that orphans, as s3v3nh4cks adviced to .cryptic.



First of all - backup your wallet.dat!!!

Go to - TOOLS - WALLET-REPAIR   and  then choose   3rd option called   "zapwallettxes=1"
It checks the whole blockchain for vaild transactions and keeps your personalized data - e.g. named wallet addresses

That should do it.



With the Windows wallet version 2.1.2.1 I had some stake problems, but after zapwallettxes=1 function and loading the snapshot from www.cryptochainer.com  (http://108.61.216.160/cryptochainer.chains/chains/DarkNet_blockchain.zip) it was done.


The important part was to show that orphans just in case the devs having interest in the issue, after that I zapped my wallet to get rid of them. Seems that it's not very important, but you know, after the POS transition problems i preferred to do my best to notice it to the devs.

Thanks and salute.
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September 19, 2016, 10:49:36 PM
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What wallet version were you using?
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DarkNet Core version v2.1.2.3-cb528cd (64-bit)
I think about block 298830 I forked and during more than one hour my wallet saw no new blocks was not able to mint a block neither. In that moment, first forked block was minted and I started to have a new minted block every few minutes, seconds, till I discover the issue. I erased everything except wallet.conf and masternode.conf and things were back to normal. Now I have the wallet working normally, minting and receiving MN payments at the expected frequency.
Salute
After analysing my "fork" a bit more, thing start to seem more interesting. Look at this image:



When my wallet started to stack like crazy two of the transactions were accepted. Very strange Huh

Salute

hi berron,

watching yours wallet data doesn't look well.

You should clean your wallet.dat of that orphans, as s3v3nh4cks adviced to .cryptic.



First of all - backup your wallet.dat!!!

Go to - TOOLS - WALLET-REPAIR   and  then choose   3rd option called   "zapwallettxes=1"
It checks the whole blockchain for vaild transactions and keeps your personalized data - e.g. named wallet addresses

That should do it.



With the Windows wallet version 2.1.2.1 I had some stake problems, but after zapwallettxes=1 function and loading the snapshot from www.cryptochainer.com  (http://108.61.216.160/cryptochainer.chains/chains/DarkNet_blockchain.zip) it was done.


The important part was to show that orphans just in case the devs having interest in the issue, after that I zapped my wallet to get rid of them. Seems that it's not very important, but you know, after the POS transition problems i preferred to do my best to notice it to the devs.

Thanks and salute.

allright, got you berron Smiley
keep the Node running

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September 20, 2016, 01:50:43 AM
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checked my Debug Logs
and have a couple of no payment MN's with

2016-09-19 23:26:25 mnb - Got bad Masternode address signature
2016-09-19 23:26:25 Misbehaving: 142.4.193.108:51472 (0 -> 100) BAN THRESHOLD EXCEEDED
2016-09-19 23:26:25 connect() to [2001:470:1f11:1d4:6438:30ff:fe38:6561]:51472 failed: No route to host (65)
2016-09-19 23:26:27 receive version message: /DarkNet Core:2.1.2.3/: version 70701, blocks=305792,

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what to do with these naughty boys  Wink

Send Debug Log to Stakebox.

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September 20, 2016, 05:04:30 AM
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Official Bounty List

This list was posted on slack by StakeBox. I'm posting it here again for visibility. Wink

[20k DNET] Port Bittrex trading (In Wallet) from Transfercoin to Darknet
[20k DNET] Port Masternode Tracking (In Wallet) from Transfercoin to Darknet
[20k DNET] Port Encrypted Chat (In wallet) from Transfercoin to Darknet
[20k DNET] Port an Announcements Page (In Wallet) from SDC Wallet to Darknet. Include the php form to send the announcements fromo ur servers
[20k DNET] Port ability to use external Themes into Darknet Wallet from HYPERSTAKE

All that is needed to get the bounty is to create a new branch on the official Github, do the coding and submit your pull request.
Then once the devs test & merges it, they will send you your DNET! 20K DNET is enough for 2 masternodes or can just trade it.

If you have something different that you can provide to DNET devs or community, feel free to PM s3v3nh4cks or Stakebox.
If it's a bigger job that's potentially worth a lot more, create a budget proposal and let the masternode holders vote! Grin

P.S. These will be listed on the OP along with any new ones. So please check the OP from time to time!

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September 20, 2016, 06:49:17 AM
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mixing like crazy
6k - 2 Rounds done

updating to
6k - 4 Rounds next

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September 20, 2016, 07:31:59 AM
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If i lock coins in obfuscation, they will not stake?
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September 20, 2016, 07:35:09 AM
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If i lock coins in obfuscation, they will not stake?

dev said it doesnt affect it. you will not be able to transfer coins when they locked in that tho i believe.

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September 20, 2016, 11:58:44 AM
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mixing like crazy
6k - 2 Rounds done

updating to
6k - 4 Rounds next


me 4k - 4 Rounds --- and 50% already mixed in 12 hours --- mixing is now miles faster than my inital 500/2 with a duration of 2 days

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September 20, 2016, 12:03:40 PM
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mixing like crazy
6k - 2 Rounds done

updating to
6k - 4 Rounds next


me 4k - 4 Rounds --- and 50% already mixed in 12 hours --- mixing is now miles faster than my inital 500/2 with a duration of 2 days

 Grin
81% done here
race me/you ?!

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September 20, 2016, 02:29:12 PM
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So we have another dev joining the team guys! Is that official? Could we have some info about it in the OP?
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September 20, 2016, 05:00:11 PM
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So we have another dev joining the team guys! Is that official? Could we have some info about it in the OP?

We are always looking for more help. We have big plans, but limited time in the day.. Smiley

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September 20, 2016, 06:05:25 PM
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I have a question.

How are people creating so many master nodes, if each requires its on public IP address? I would imagine that purchasing VPS or servers or what not that offer so many IP address would be rather expensive thus not be feasible to have so many master nodes to profit from. What am I missing? Is this something that is working with IPv6? I am assuming so if so many MNs are being made, and there are so many more IPv6 addresses available.


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September 20, 2016, 06:31:33 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?
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September 20, 2016, 06:49:04 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

Orphans are a normal part of any PoS coin. 6 is not bad.

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September 20, 2016, 06:49:40 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

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September 20, 2016, 06:53:28 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???



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September 20, 2016, 06:57:31 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

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September 20, 2016, 07:06:36 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

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September 20, 2016, 08:07:42 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

I use mp hosting. Paul top bloke and it's $1.50 per masternode/vps. You can also pay him on dnet.

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