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Author Topic: [ANN][PIVX] - PRIVATE INSTANT VERIFIED TRANSACTION - PROOF OF STAKE - ZEROCOIN  (Read 729323 times)
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March 04, 2016, 08:20:34 PM
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vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.

where can i find a vps for multiple ips which is needed?? i have never used linux before as well i could manage it windows.
Most likely what you want is a virtual machine manager under ubuntu, and then setup a VPN on each VM on your VPS for different IPs.
Or choose a hosting service to do this for you.

You can control all nodes from your windows wallets ofc.

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March 04, 2016, 08:29:49 PM
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vps setup guide anyone? really disappointed you can not run multiple on same computer.

Look in page 8.

I think it was a very good decision not to allow multiple Masternode from a single IP, this way the network is healthier.

where can i find a vps for multiple ips which is needed?? i have never used linux before as well i could manage it windows.
Most likely what you want is a virtual machine manager under ubuntu, and then setup a VPN on each VM on your VPS for different IPs.
Or choose a hosting service to do this for you.

You can control all nodes from your windows wallets ofc.

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going over me head here. Anyone fancy doing step by step for muitple nodes.
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March 04, 2016, 08:40:47 PM
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Nice dump guys
I suggest you to go .000010 before i'll slowly buy <.000020 wall
Any ideas?

Come on guys, I can promise you that I will hold my biggest DNET part up to .00003 Smiley
Little update guys, I think I'll hold my big part up to 4k sat and keep playing with the price. Here we go Smiley

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March 04, 2016, 08:55:38 PM
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4K is that a joke?



 
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March 04, 2016, 09:41:32 PM
Last edit: March 04, 2016, 09:53:20 PM by jakiman
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4K is that a joke?

Of course it is. I think he meant 40k.

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March 04, 2016, 11:17:02 PM
Last edit: March 04, 2016, 11:46:55 PM by s3v3nh4cks
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The Guide is actually posted in the OP, does anyone read the OP?? Tongue
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March 04, 2016, 11:31:50 PM
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The Guide is actually posted on the ANN, does anyone read the ANN?? Tongue

Wait.. what page is the ANN on?   Grin

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yeah, yea.. i know I use ANN as "Announcement" should be OP.. Tongue
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March 04, 2016, 11:52:42 PM
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A basic Linux VPS install / set-up guide here: http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php - apparently a work in progress.

Reference: Set-up Fail2ban - an intrusion prevention framework;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14037105#msg14037105

Reference: iptables (strict) Linux VPS firewall rules;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14038073#msg14038073
  

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March 05, 2016, 12:07:38 AM
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Can I translate the thread to the Portuguese forum?

██████████    YoBit.net - Cryptocurrency Exchange - Over 350 coins
█████████    <<  ● $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$   >>
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March 05, 2016, 12:17:00 AM
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A basic Linux VPS install / set-up guide here: http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php - apparently a work in progress.

Reference: Set-up Fail2ban - an intrusion prevention framework;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14037105#msg14037105

Reference: iptables (strict) Linux VPS firewall rules;
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1374919.msg14038073#msg14038073
  

Thanks, quoted for reference.  Will come in handy.
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March 05, 2016, 12:33:55 AM
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Can I translate the thread to the Portuguese forum?

Go for it, Much appreciated
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March 05, 2016, 12:36:11 AM
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Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

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March 05, 2016, 12:57:04 AM
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Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Well, it couldn't be staking, that hasn't been enabled yet. Is it mining? What does your darknet.conf look like? That would seem to be the only reason it should be using that much CPU.

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March 05, 2016, 01:00:04 AM
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Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Well, it couldn't be staking, that hasn't been enabled yet. Is it mining? What does your darknet.conf look like? That would seem to be the only reason it should be using that much CPU.

all i have are the nodes in there, i mine this on suprnova

addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=67.3.92.178
addnode=86.122.138.192
addnode=76.105.204.52
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=173.30.131.78
addnode=68.7.186.217
addnode=188.230.158.70
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=24.254.142.135
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=67.225.110.88
addnode=104.200.151.6
addnode=37.187.129.166
addnode=75.86.207.37
addnode=82.210.172.238
addnode=109.201.154.180
addnode=75.102.135.212


not even all of them at that

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March 05, 2016, 01:13:44 AM
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(EXPOSED IP's)


not even all of them at that

That is ugly.  When I figure out how, I'm going to submit a proposal to switch the network to 100% TOR like some other coins.  Dev, can you confirm that's possible?

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March 05, 2016, 01:16:00 AM
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Here is the Portuguese thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1387490.0

██████████    YoBit.net - Cryptocurrency Exchange - Over 350 coins
█████████    <<  ● $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$ - $$$   >>
██████████    <<  ● Play DICE! Win 1-5 btc just for 5 mins!  >>
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March 05, 2016, 01:52:10 AM
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Enabling any crypto-currency to run 100% over an anonymity network by 'default' is perhaps not the best choice for all users.

Bundling the Tor software with any coin is also generally not a good idea or 'best practice'.
- https://www.torproject.org/docs/trademark-faq

Presenting all users with information and allowing them to make an informed choice on how they want to connect is the better option.

...

It is already possible to use this coin 100% over Tor (just like you can with Bitcoin).

darknet.conf (example)

Code:
listen=0
port=989
proxy=127.0.0.1:9150
maxconnections=8
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- which would connect you to (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network and allow for your wallets connections to also exit to other  clearnet IP nodes / masternodes.

Code:
listen=0
port=989
maxconnections=6
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
onlynet=onion
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- would connect you to only (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network - which is the most 'anonymous' / private way to connect, as your connections never leave the Tor network.

Using socks port 9150 in your .conf enables connectivity through the Tor Browser Bundle, right out-of-the-box !
- https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html

...

Users who don't want anonymity or privacy features might instead look to use the litemode=1 setting, which completely disables obfuscation mixing in the wallet.

~ In exactly the same way that many different groups of people and individuals use the Tor network for anonymity, you need all of these aspects in-the-mix for a healthy balance of privacy, security, anonymity and good connectivity.

The more masternode operators that can run as 'Dual Stack' nodes (and are able to publish their own addnode=.onion address), the better the diversity becomes for increased privacy and anonymity - for all users that require said functionality.

  

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March 05, 2016, 02:13:59 AM
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Enabling any crypto-currency to run 100% over an anonymity network by 'default' is perhaps not the best choice for all users.

Bundling the Tor software with any coin is also generally not a good idea or 'best practice'.
- https://www.torproject.org/docs/trademark-faq

Presenting all users with information and allowing them to make an informed choice on how they want to connect is the better option.

...

It is already possible to use this coin 100% over Tor (just like you can with Bitcoin).

darknet.conf (example)

Code:
listen=0
port=989
proxy=127.0.0.1:9150
maxconnections=8
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- which would connect you to (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network and allow for your wallets connections to also exit to other  clearnet IP nodes / masternodes.

Code:
listen=0
port=989
maxconnections=6
onion=127.0.0.1:9150
onlynet=onion
addnode=y5kcscnhpygvvnjn.onion:989
addnode=5bmhtjvn2jvwpiej.onion:989
addnode=pyfdxkazur3iib7y.onion:989
addnode=ok3ym5zy6m5klimk.onion:989
addnode=i6vpvzk2jxuqqs5f.onion:989
addnode=bgdhpb76fkbw5fmg.onion:989
addnode=f7j2m26rptm5f7af.onion:989
addnode=gtlqzb5zbws5di7g.onion:989

- would connect you to only (available) addnode=.onion's inside the Tor network - which is the most 'anonymous' / private way to connect, as your connections never leave the Tor network.

Using socks port 9150 in your .conf enables connectivity through the Tor Browser Bundle, right out-of-the-box !
- https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html

...

Users who don't want anonymity or privacy features might instead look to use the litemode=1 setting, which completely disables obfuscation mixing in the wallet.

~ In exactly the same way that many different groups of people and individuals use the Tor network for anonymity, you need all of these aspects in-the-mix for a healthy balance of privacy, security, anonymity and good connectivity.

The more masternode operators that can run as 'Dual Stack' nodes (and are able to publish their own addnode=.onion address), the better the diversity becomes for increased privacy and anonymity - for all users that require said functionality.

  

Well said.

Whats up with this wallet, i narrowed it down to this 40mb wallet, it way over loads my pc, no balance, no staking, 4 cores on 100%.  i close the wallet the computer calms down, i open it, bam right back to 100% on all 4 cores . . . WTF is it doing, its synced and just sitting there.  Not a fan of your wallet taking my whole pc just to run

Well, it couldn't be staking, that hasn't been enabled yet. Is it mining? What does your darknet.conf look like? That would seem to be the only reason it should be using that much CPU.

all i have are the nodes in there, i mine this on suprnova


What OS are you on? Is anyone else experiencing this?

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Raspberry Pi wallets at github.com/StakeBox
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March 05, 2016, 02:31:49 AM
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do you need to encrypt the wallet that is on the vps? the coins are located on the active wallet on my computer if i followed the guide right but is running through the vps wallet on that ip? I have just added the masternodeprivkey to the conf on the vps? bit confusing. Where will the coins made from the nodes go as well?
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