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May 07, 2016, 07:23:06 PM
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So the community is aware, I will be cleaning up the inputs of the EverGreenCoin Foundation's wallet this afternoon. I will be sending the balance (178k EGC) in many transactions to ELynMfNpvy94BSgqc8KhJxyHD9tbQ1WS4v and then back to the Foundation's wallet (EdFwYw4Mo2Zq6CFM2yNJgXvE2DTJxgdBRX) as I have in the past. This is necessary to prevent the wallet from becoming unresponsive as it crunches the many, many thousands of inputs of 1 EGC every PoW block.

Have a nice weekend everyone!

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May 07, 2016, 08:30:54 PM
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So the community is aware, I will be cleaning up the inputs of the EverGreenCoin Foundation's wallet this afternoon. I will be sending the balance (178k EGC) in many transactions to ELynMfNpvy94BSgqc8KhJxyHD9tbQ1WS4v and then back to the Foundation's wallet (EdFwYw4Mo2Zq6CFM2yNJgXvE2DTJxgdBRX) as I have in the past. This is necessary to prevent the wallet from becoming unresponsive as it crunches the many, many thousands of inputs of 1 EGC every PoW block.

Have a nice weekend everyone!

I really like your honesty and transparency.

EGC is one of my fav coin-projects to follow.

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May 07, 2016, 10:15:43 PM
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So the community is aware, I will be cleaning up the inputs of the EverGreenCoin Foundation's wallet this afternoon. I will be sending the balance (178k EGC) in many transactions to ELynMfNpvy94BSgqc8KhJxyHD9tbQ1WS4v and then back to the Foundation's wallet (EdFwYw4Mo2Zq6CFM2yNJgXvE2DTJxgdBRX) as I have in the past. This is necessary to prevent the wallet from becoming unresponsive as it crunches the many, many thousands of inputs of 1 EGC every PoW block.

Have a nice weekend everyone!

I really like your honesty and transparency.

EGC is one of my fav coin-projects to follow.

Thank you. I make much effort to maintain and demonstrate both to the highest of standards.

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May 08, 2016, 07:08:19 AM
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It seems like EGC PR is finally kicking in Wink



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As a newcomer to altcoins (and relative newcomer to crypto currency I played with bitcoin a bit many years ago) I thought I'd provide some constructive feedback. I would say that I like what this coin is trying to do and how open people are in terms of whats happening (I don't have personal experience but from the comments others have made it sounds like not all coins are as open).

My experience so far is that the all the useful information is hidden away in this forum thread and with over 1000 posts that's a lot of reading for a newcomer (I have looked through all posts and it took a few days). One of the things that came from this was that the project aims on making it easy for new people to altcoins to get involved (i.e. through things like the solar miner).

Firstly the website, whilst it looks good it would be good to have links to more information on there. For instance the difference between mining and staking, brief introduction to mining (although that's getting less relevant) and information about the various projects (solar miner, balloon flight, green energy). Personally I'd like it if there was a guide to the commands you can use with evergreencoind in headless mode as I'm running it on a headless Pi).

Some good write ups including current state of play on the projects may also help get more people involved (for instance I'm running evergreencoind on a Pi and have generated some commands to get particular bits of information out from it), I've also been doing some mining on a Pi3 as part of the suprnova pool. There's potential that some of what the solar miner project has done would have been useful to me in getting started and similarly some of my work might be useful to the project. I've also got a experience of High Altitude Balloons (the planned launch is how I heard of EGC initially) and have some thoughts about the planned launch (which I'll do in a separate post later).

From looking through the myriad of things being used as communications mediums I'd suggest that whilst it's good to have various options they need to be used, from what I've seen lurking on IRC it averages one message a week and the subredit appears to have been untouched for a month. For IRC (as that tends to be my preferred medium) even some regular simple chatter can help a channel get started, if people see activity they'll join in. Unfortunately it takes effort to get these things started but once you get a decent number of people they can keep themselves going.

I'd also suggest that advertised services need to be regularly checked/tested, for instance there are two faucets linked from the front page and as far as I can tell neither can be used:
http://coin-faucet.com/EGC/ This shows the message EverGreenCoinFaucet cannot be accessed via proxy. You or your ISP is using a proxy server. - I'm not behind any proxy (I've also tested this from a couple of servers using curl with the same message)
https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/ doesn't appear to list EGC on the list of coins
The same appears to be true of the various exchanges, as the community expands and gets more beginners they ideally need a simple and accurate view of what isn't working rather than having to trawl lots of forum posts.

Well done if you've made it to the end, hopefully the above is useful. If I'm around I'm usually checking activity on the various IRC channels I watch, and I'm happy to help where I can.
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May 08, 2016, 11:57:24 AM
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lot of text
You've got a few good points, like eg. the site that needs some attention and I'm sure that it won't go unnoticed by the dev team that usually provides a willing ear to the community.
Looking forward to your post about the planned launch of the balloon.
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May 08, 2016, 03:28:36 PM
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As a newcomer to altcoins (and relative newcomer to crypto currency I played with bitcoin a bit many years ago) I thought I'd provide some constructive feedback. I would say that I like what this coin is trying to do and how open people are in terms of whats happening (I don't have personal experience but from the comments others have made it sounds like not all coins are as open).


Welcome to the altcoin world and specifically the EverGreenCoin community. Your feedback is appreciated, noted, and your concerns will not be ignored but rather acted upon. Thank you for taking the time to express them.

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My experience so far is that the all the useful information is hidden away in this forum thread and with over 1000 posts that's a lot of reading for a newcomer (I have looked through all posts and it took a few days). One of the things that came from this was that the project aims on making it easy for new people to altcoins to get involved (i.e. through things like the solar miner).

Public education and therefor acceptance of crypto is something I strive for everyday. Be it by evangelizing, writing articles, helping new comers, wed dev, coin dev, addressing communities, or dealing with exchanges and other services. The list goes on and on. Any of which can be a full time job itself. The neat thing about evolution, something I truely believe we are witness to in the financial world, it just happens and can not be stopped. I do try diligently and do my part to help make this evolution as painless as possible.

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Firstly the website, whilst it looks good it would be good to have links to more information on there. For instance the difference between mining and staking, brief introduction to mining (although that's getting less relevant) and information about the various projects (solar miner, balloon flight, green energy). Personally I'd like it if there was a guide to the commands you can use with evergreencoind in headless mode as I'm running it on a headless Pi).

Some good write ups including current state of play on the projects may also help get more people involved (for instance I'm running evergreencoind on a Pi and have generated some commands to get particular bits of information out from it), I've also been doing some mining on a Pi3 as part of the suprnova pool. There's potential that some of what the solar miner project has done would have been useful to me in getting started and similarly some of my work might be useful to the project. I've also got a experience of High Altitude Balloons (the planned launch is how I heard of EGC initially) and have some thoughts about the planned launch (which I'll do in a separate post later).


Concerns have been raised about the website previously. I understand and do agree with them all. Work had begun but it is a task that is repeatedly pushed off my plate by more pressing issues, both personal and professional. I will honestly give this a higher precedence then it has been previously given and see that it is given back the attention it needs as soon as possible.

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From looking through the myriad of things being used as communications mediums I'd suggest that whilst it's good to have various options they need to be used, from what I've seen lurking on IRC it averages one message a week and the subredit appears to have been untouched for a month. For IRC (as that tends to be my preferred medium) even some regular simple chatter can help a channel get started, if people see activity they'll join in. Unfortunately it takes effort to get these things started but once you get a decent number of people they can keep themselves going.


I like IRC also. Giving people the option of anonymity is nice. Plus ease of use across every web-enabled device makes it a good choice for us technical people. But, lets be honest. The general public in this day and age of visual stimulation cares not to stare at 'boring' lines of text from people that in large part are behind aliases. These people need to be informed via the social media they love. Remember the previously mentioned full time jobs? Social media is almost another.

I have made effort to keep the IRC active. Even if it is just price updates or a friendly, "have a nice weekend." As I am sure many of you know, this is a feast or famine scenerio hinged on the latest market price movements usually.

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I'd also suggest that advertised services need to be regularly checked/tested, for instance there are two faucets linked from the front page and as far as I can tell neither can be used:
http://coin-faucet.com/EGC/ This shows the message EverGreenCoinFaucet cannot be accessed via proxy. You or your ISP is using a proxy server. - I'm not behind any proxy (I've also tested this from a couple of servers using curl with the same message)
https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/ doesn't appear to list EGC on the list of coins
The same appears to be true of the various exchanges, as the community expands and gets more beginners they ideally need a simple and accurate view of what isn't working rather than having to trawl lots of forum posts.

I will address the proxy blocking on the official faucet today. I will also fill the yobit freecoins piggy bank. Thank you for bringing this to attention.

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Well done if you've made it to the end, hopefully the above is useful. If I'm around I'm usually checking activity on the various IRC channels I watch, and I'm happy to help where I can.

Woo hoo! I made it! Wink Now I will get to work addressing these valid concerns of yours. Again, thanks for taking the time to express them!

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May 08, 2016, 09:10:55 PM
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Some of my proof of stake coins get generated but are not accepted, any ideas  why?

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May 08, 2016, 09:41:29 PM
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Some of my proof of stake coins get generated but are not accepted, any ideas  why?


This is normal with any staking coin. You submitted the PoS block at about the same time someone else did. Theirs got accepted by the network faster so, subsequently yours is rejected. Don't worry, you did not lose your reward or anything.

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May 08, 2016, 09:49:55 PM
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Some of my proof of stake coins get generated but are not accepted, any ideas  why?


This is normal with any staking coin. You submitted the PoS block at about the same time someone else did. Theirs got accepted by the network faster so, subsequently yours is rejected. Don't worry, you did not lose your reward or anything.

Thanks dev!  Smiley

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May 09, 2016, 01:59:57 PM
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Here's the post with my thoughts about the Balloon Launch, sorry it's another long one...

Hi all. Yes, this is true. There are a lot of things to think about and you need to work diligently for a project like this. You need to think ahead and predict everything.

This is definetly true, for anyone interested there's a lot of great material on https://ukhas.org.uk/ and http://www.daveakerman.com/?p=1732

I had to  submit all the papers ( flight approvals) once more as I have cancelled the launch. So the Airport need to be closed( in case of an emergency landing) all the planes need to be redirected to the closest airport- 200 km away.

Have you considered finding a launch site that's not an airport and that's further away from the border, this may make the launch easier (don't have to arrange for the airport to be closed) and gives more chance of not crossing the border (crossing borders isn't necessarily an issue but can make chasing harder). You can potentially also adjust the flight profile by using more gas which will lead to a higher ascent rate and earlier balloon burst. Adjusting the descent rate is also possible but may lead to being less safe (the standard is to aim for 5m/s ascent and descent rates, a faster descent means it has more energy so could cause more damage).

The launch site, my hometown, Iasi, is located 25 km E close to  the border with Moldavia and 200 Km N close to Ukraine. So I don't want to start an international mess:)) ( joking). I only have flight approval for Romania and it would be a huge effort to get a flight approval for 2 countries, no to mention about traveling to an unknown terrain and search for  a 30cm x30 cm box:)

There are also the regulations for radio-amateur    Dual Band Two-Way Radio. I am broadcasting on 144.8 Mhz, using a Baofeng uv-5 so there are different regulations on Ukraine and Moldavia, and again, I don't want to mess arround:)

This is where good tracking comes in, if you're getting good tracking information you know where the balloon is during the whole flight so finding it on the ground should be trivial. With a good camera and lens people here have even managed to photograph balloons when they're at 30km altitude.

APRS, an amateur radio positioning system (which requires a suitable amateur radio license to transmit) isn't bad for this. You may want to consider changing the path and how often you transmit based on altitude. Fewer transmissions and potentially no WIDE settings at altitude (you should be able to reach many igates easily), then add in some suitable WIDE settings and more regular trasnmissions as it gets lower. As noted there is an issue with different requirments in different coutries as to what's allowed (the UK doesn't allow airborne use at all), you often also need a suitable license level to use your license in a different country.



Now for the areas that I can think of that may need consideration to ensure this is a success.

Type of GPS used: In high altitude balloons not all GPS receivers are made equal, some stop working after a few km of altitude, others need special configuration to work properly. The favourite choice tends to be the ublox modules which can work up to 50km however they do need to be configured (if not suitably configured they stop at 12km).

Flight environment: The conditions at altitude can be harsh with low temperatures and little atmosphere. However my concern here is that things could overheat (crazy I know). The biggest issue for electronics is how they can disipate heat, In general this is done by heating the air around and that air being circulated via convection, with a thin atmosphere there's limited convection so the heat builds up around the chip. I think the most popular Pi being used in flights is the Model A due to it's low power requirements. The only other Pi model I'm aware of being flown was the original Model B and that got hot due to the limited convection.

Internet connectivity: This is hard, very hard. The obvious solution would be to use the mobile phone networks, however these are designed for handsets being used 1-2m above the ground. At altitude it just doesn't work, if you got a signal between 1-2km you'd be lucky and i wouldn't expect anything once above 2km. You also may not get anything after landing. Wifi has been tried a few times but really needs specialist equipment (very directional antennas on the ground and ability to point them accurately), special configuration (default settings will limit the distance), and a lot of luck. I'm not sure wifi has been used for more than a few km distance. The last real alternative is one of the satellite modems (e.g. rockblock), they don't give a lot of bandwidth and the charges are high. The only other way you might manage something is through the likes of lora modules which again won't give much bandwidth and will be limtied by power and duty cycle restrictions.

Gas choice: not really a concern but for better green credentials Hydrogen might have been a better choice. Helium is a limited resource and once it's in the atmosphere it's not useable. I beleive it will also escape the atmoshpere and carry on away from the planet.

There are a range of Ballooning communities out there (UKHAS, GSBC, GPSL, ARHAB), if you're going to talk to them it's well worth keeping in touch with the various communities (I became aware of EGC from this being talked about within UKHAS around a month ago but I don't think there's been any discussion since) you may find there are other interested people nearby (there are certainly some enthusiasts around Poland and may well be some from Romania, Hungary and Ukraine).

One thing that's definetly been done right so far is describing it as going to the stratosphere. People often talk to going to space which isn't possible with a gas filled balloon.
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May 09, 2016, 04:38:03 PM
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This thread became even more interesting than it already was.


I hope EGC is the first cryptotech to reach the stratosphere.... im following this with excited eyes

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May 09, 2016, 09:49:22 PM
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As a newcomer to altcoins (and relative newcomer to crypto currency I played with bitcoin a bit many years ago) I thought I'd provide some constructive feedback. I would say that I like what this coin is trying to do and how open people are in terms of whats happening (I don't have personal experience but from the comments others have made it sounds like not all coins are as open).

My experience so far is that the all the useful information is hidden away in this forum thread and with over 1000 posts that's a lot of reading for a newcomer (I have looked through all posts and it took a few days). One of the things that came from this was that the project aims on making it easy for new people to altcoins to get involved (i.e. through things like the solar miner).

Firstly the website, whilst it looks good it would be good to have links to more information on there. For instance the difference between mining and staking, brief introduction to mining (although that's getting less relevant) and information about the various projects (solar miner, balloon flight, green energy). Personally I'd like it if there was a guide to the commands you can use with evergreencoind in headless mode as I'm running it on a headless Pi).

Some good write ups including current state of play on the projects may also help get more people involved (for instance I'm running evergreencoind on a Pi and have generated some commands to get particular bits of information out from it), I've also been doing some mining on a Pi3 as part of the suprnova pool. There's potential that some of what the solar miner project has done would have been useful to me in getting started and similarly some of my work might be useful to the project. I've also got a experience of High Altitude Balloons (the planned launch is how I heard of EGC initially) and have some thoughts about the planned launch (which I'll do in a separate post later).

From looking through the myriad of things being used as communications mediums I'd suggest that whilst it's good to have various options they need to be used, from what I've seen lurking on IRC it averages one message a week and the subredit appears to have been untouched for a month. For IRC (as that tends to be my preferred medium) even some regular simple chatter can help a channel get started, if people see activity they'll join in. Unfortunately it takes effort to get these things started but once you get a decent number of people they can keep themselves going.

I'd also suggest that advertised services need to be regularly checked/tested, for instance there are two faucets linked from the front page and as far as I can tell neither can be used:
http://coin-faucet.com/EGC/ This shows the message EverGreenCoinFaucet cannot be accessed via proxy. You or your ISP is using a proxy server. - I'm not behind any proxy (I've also tested this from a couple of servers using curl with the same message)
https://yobit.net/en/freecoins/ doesn't appear to list EGC on the list of coins
The same appears to be true of the various exchanges, as the community expands and gets more beginners they ideally need a simple and accurate view of what isn't working rather than having to trawl lots of forum posts.

Well done if you've made it to the end, hopefully the above is useful. If I'm around I'm usually checking activity on the various IRC channels I watch, and I'm happy to help where I can.

any help i can give let me know i will also load some egc on yobit when i get off work tonight. im fairly new to altcoins to only been in it for a year. i have came to love evergreencoin and am in for the long haul. i have been working on a evergreencoin forum this week but i had not that much web design experience so would need a lot of help getting it  up and looking right and keeping it running admins and moderators. if i cant get the people i need i will just keep working on the site until a better time anything else i can do to help the community let me know TO THE STRATOSPHERE AND BEYOND!

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May 09, 2016, 09:54:10 PM
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to add to that note if i can get the forum running good i will put up a 3k egc bounty to the first person that hits the rank environmental master.

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Hi guys, EGC for Indonesian forum Ready!  Wink


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May 10, 2016, 01:36:09 AM
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Hi guys, EGC for Indonesian forum Ready!  Wink


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Terima kasih! Smiley

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May 10, 2016, 07:36:45 AM
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added some EGC to the yobit faucet this is my first time donating to a faucet so dont know if i done it correctly or gave away to much or to less per draw enjoy!


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May 10, 2016, 11:43:11 AM
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why is price grinding down?

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May 10, 2016, 01:00:16 PM
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why is price grinding down?

Because its a long term project and Evergreen first real big project is ongoing. I think after Stratosphere launch it will rise. Need some more investors.
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May 10, 2016, 02:07:02 PM
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This project supports a great cause and has a well defined plan. I wish the best for it.

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