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January 13, 2016, 08:26:12 AM
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Community,

The team is hard at work, day and night, trying to give you more things to look forward to with EGC. What we would like to know is what's the most important thing for you personally, moving forward. Follow this link to another thread on bitcointalk and answer the poll honestly.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1325566.0

hi all ...

i managed to get compiled a static version ( on centos 7 x64 ) of the deamon - and have tested the stability of not only the daemon but also the servers systems they are sitting on ... and i am happy to see that they are not only stable - but functioning very well indeed ...

as such - i have setup three permanent egc nodes on the granite system and have implemented them as dns seednodes also ...

as mentioned earlier - i support this coin - and support the dev and team in the work that they are doing ... so here is my contribution ...

i have also forked the code - and changed it to reflect the permanents nodes that have been setup - but have not made a pull request for it be incorporated without the devs consent and / or changes ...

the egc seed nodes are as follows - so that ANYONE who has a sync issue can just add the node addresses to the .conf to sync - OR - if the code is accepted and hardcoded into the wallets / daemon - will sync automatically and without issue ... and its fast btw Wink ...

test it and see for yourself Wink ...

Code:
addnode=egc-seed1.granitecoin.com
addnode=egc-seed2.granitecoin.com
addnode=egc-seed3.granitecoin.com

i will help where and when i can if anyone has any issues ...

and if there is anything else that i can help with - just ask ... if i can do it - i will ... if i cant - i may know someone that might Wink ...

i hope this makes it a little easier for the stability of the network and to strengthen the uptake of egc by making it much easier to sync and help with the network with full nodes ...

#crysx

Thank you so much for this granitecoin and crysx! I am very pleased to hear the code is working well for you. I am presently working on the code for EverGreenCoin v1.1 and will hard code these seed nodes into the wallet along with the one we presently have for a total of 4 seed nodes for certain. We are possible buying a second VPS to bring the total to 5.

It is beautiful to see the community rally behind our team, our coin, and our goals. Thank you so much for your support.


you are welcome ... and my pleasure ...

granite has a few nodes we can expand to and strengthen the network with ... so if there are any more that we can help with - we will ...

if anyone would like to set these up for a donation of egc for the nodes - then ill be more than happy to do so ... dev - if you want to setup a donation egc address ( so you have control over the funds initially - before they go into the nodes ) then please do so ...

for every 7000egc that is donated - ill place them into another node ... until such time we have a few under our belt for a solid foundation and network ...

as for the code - its nice Wink ... compiled without too much change - and is working solid at the moment ... with the funds ive mined personally ... ill exchange those funds for the donations as they come along IF there are any - and if not - then ill keep them in there Smiley ...

tanx and im happy that this helps a little ...

crypto working together ... evergreencoin and granite ...

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January 13, 2016, 09:17:22 AM
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Community,

The team is hard at work, day and night, trying to give you more things to look forward to with EGC. What we would like to know is what's the most important thing for you personally, moving forward. Follow this link to another thread on bitcointalk and answer the poll honestly.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1325566.0

hi all ...

i managed to get compiled a static version ( on centos 7 x64 ) of the deamon - and have tested the stability of not only the daemon but also the servers systems they are sitting on ... and i am happy to see that they are not only stable - but functioning very well indeed ...

as such - i have setup three permanent egc nodes on the granite system and have implemented them as dns seednodes also ...

as mentioned earlier - i support this coin - and support the dev and team in the work that they are doing ... so here is my contribution ...

i have also forked the code - and changed it to reflect the permanents nodes that have been setup - but have not made a pull request for it be incorporated without the devs consent and / or changes ...

the egc seed nodes are as follows - so that ANYONE who has a sync issue can just add the node addresses to the .conf to sync - OR - if the code is accepted and hardcoded into the wallets / daemon - will sync automatically and without issue ... and its fast btw Wink ...

test it and see for yourself Wink ...

Code:
addnode=egc-seed1.granitecoin.com
addnode=egc-seed2.granitecoin.com
addnode=egc-seed3.granitecoin.com

i will help where and when i can if anyone has any issues ...

and if there is anything else that i can help with - just ask ... if i can do it - i will ... if i cant - i may know someone that might Wink ...

i hope this makes it a little easier for the stability of the network and to strengthen the uptake of egc by making it much easier to sync and help with the network with full nodes ...

#crysx

Thank you so much for this granitecoin and crysx! I am very pleased to hear the code is working well for you. I am presently working on the code for EverGreenCoin v1.1 and will hard code these seed nodes into the wallet along with the one we presently have for a total of 4 seed nodes for certain. We are possible buying a second VPS to bring the total to 5.

It is beautiful to see the community rally behind our team, our coin, and our goals. Thank you so much for your support.


you are welcome ... and my pleasure ...

granite has a few nodes we can expand to and strengthen the network with ... so if there are any more that we can help with - we will ...

if anyone would like to set these up for a donation of egc for the nodes - then ill be more than happy to do so ... dev - if you want to setup a donation egc address ( so you have control over the funds initially - before they go into the nodes ) then please do so ...

for every 7000egc that is donated - ill place them into another node ... until such time we have a few under our belt for a solid foundation and network ...

as for the code - its nice Wink ... compiled without too much change - and is working solid at the moment ... with the funds ive mined personally ... ill exchange those funds for the donations as they come along IF there are any - and if not - then ill keep them in there Smiley ...

tanx and im happy that this helps a little ...

crypto working together ... evergreencoin and granite ...

#crysx

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Maybe I should code a Tipping bot, instead of these well-known DDos bots. I would tip your Wallets until these were overloaded.
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January 13, 2016, 09:44:04 AM
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I couldent find it either.  Wink https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=718939.msg13536368#msg13536368

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January 13, 2016, 12:41:26 PM
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Community,

For those of you that use the Blockfolio app on your phone, EverGeenCoin has now been added! You can view how well your coins are doing on the market and how much value in USD that you currently own.

http://blockfolio.com/



https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blockfolio.blockfolio

Available for Android devices now. Soon to be available for iOS.

Glad to see that the EGC logo finally found its place within the app. It had been only a question mark. There is nothing questionable about EGC.  Smiley

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January 13, 2016, 04:33:09 PM
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Community,

For those of you that use the Blockfolio app on your phone, EverGeenCoin has now been added! You can view how well your coins are doing on the market and how much value in USD that you currently own.

http://blockfolio.com/



https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blockfolio.blockfolio

Available for Android devices now. Soon to be available for iOS.

Glad to see that the EGC logo finally found its place within the app. It had been only a question mark. There is nothing questionable about EGC.  Smiley

It's still showing as a question mark on my phone... ugh.

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January 13, 2016, 04:37:20 PM
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Community,

For those of you that use the Blockfolio app on your phone, EverGeenCoin has now been added! You can view how well your coins are doing on the market and how much value in USD that you currently own.

http://blockfolio.com/

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blockfolio.blockfolio

Available for Android devices now. Soon to be available for iOS.

Glad to see that the EGC logo finally found its place within the app. It had been only a question mark. There is nothing questionable about EGC.  Smiley

It's still showing as a question mark on my phone... ugh.

Make sure you kill the app and relaunch. It resyncs the coin list upon launch.

BTW, anyone else noticing the net hash? It was just at 5 gh/s!

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January 13, 2016, 08:19:22 PM
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is it possible for you to develope the electrum wallet, smart phone wallet ? if so it could increated the value and usefull in the long term, more would come and invest.
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is it possible for you to develope the electrum wallet, smart phone wallet ? if so it could increated the value and usefull in the long term, more would come and invest.

That deal is actually in the works. We, however, do not currently have a timeline for when it will be completed. We will keep you updated!

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January 14, 2016, 06:38:15 AM
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I am honored to inform the community that a partnership has been officially formed between RenewableEnergy.London, it's solar engineers and EverGreenCoin. We do have many projects slated in this partnership. The first to be announced is a solar powered EverGreenCoin staking wallet. It is now in the early prototype testing phase with design changes very much the possibility. We plan to sell this only at the cost it takes us to produce and deliver. We envision a final product that will completely be self sustained and only require it to be in range of a wifi connection as we aim to make a product that will be easy enough for use by nontechnical community members. We do plan on delivering the device containing an undetermined amount of EverGreenCoin. This way, it will be ready to earn staking rewards, just add sunshine.

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I am honored to inform the community that a partnership has been officially formed between RenewableEnergy.London, it's solar engineers and EverGreenCoin. We do have many projects slated in this partnership. The first to be announced is a solar powered EverGreenCoin staking wallet. It is now in the early prototype testing phase with design changes very much the possibility. We plan to sell this only at the cost it takes us to produce and deliver. We envision a final product that will completely be self sustained and only require it to be in range of a wifi connection as we aim to make a product that will be easy enough for use by nontechnical community members. We do plan on delivering the device containing an undetermined amount of EverGreenCoin. This way, it will be ready to earn staking rewards, just add sunshine.


Innovative!

Is it possible to load/add a second wallet for staking together with the Evergreen wallet?
What will the price be for this gadget, in round numers?


Maybe I should code a Tipping bot, instead of these well-known DDos bots. I would tip your Wallets until these were overloaded.
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I am honored to inform the community that a partnership has been officially formed between RenewableEnergy.London, it's solar engineers and EverGreenCoin. We do have many projects slated in this partnership. The first to be announced is a solar powered EverGreenCoin staking wallet. It is now in the early prototype testing phase with design changes very much the possibility. We plan to sell this only at the cost it takes us to produce and deliver. We envision a final product that will completely be self sustained and only require it to be in range of a wifi connection as we aim to make a product that will be easy enough for use by nontechnical community members. We do plan on delivering the device containing an undetermined amount of EverGreenCoin. This way, it will be ready to earn staking rewards, just add sunshine.


Innovative!

Is it possible to load/add a second wallet for staking together with the Evergreen wallet?
What will the price be for this gadget, in round numers?



Thank you. Yes it would be possible for a technical person to add another wallet. Additional CPU usage by another staking wallet will impact power consumption and battery supply during night hours. Also, storage space on the device will have a limit so, large blockchains might need additional storage added. But a technical person could do to their device as they so choose.

In round numbers on the price, we do aim to make the device obtainable in the $100 price range.

Thank you for your interest.

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Hi all, I am Gabi, the owner of RenewableEnergy.London project and I am honored to be a part of this green movement.

I have been involved in several projects and I personally want to be transparent with everything, as this is the only way  the community can trust a project like this.

I am also pleased to see how the project evolves: from free nodes from granite to our solar powered EverGreenCoin staking wallet.

Stay tuned, there is more to come:)

Gabi

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January 14, 2016, 09:34:01 AM
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Hi all, I am Gabi, the owner of RenewableEnergy.London project and I am honored to be a part of this green movement.

I have been involved in several projects and I personally want to be transparent with everything, as this is the only way  the community can trust a project like this.

I am also pleased to see how the project evolves: from free nodes from granite to our solar powered EverGreenCoin staking wallet.

Stay tuned, there is more to come:)

Gabi


great to see guys ...

would luv to be involved somewhere along the line with the project ...

let me know if any of my services / skills can help ...

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

unless you are out and about and carrying it with you using most cities free wifi - of course Wink ...

but good point ...

battery life would only last a short period of time anyway ...

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

one PC consumes at least 400 W, so you need something like 2x 250w  mono-crystalline solar panel,  add the solar charger, the converter, and you easily pay at lest $500 Smiley

 

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

one PC consumes at least 400 W, so you need something like 2x 250w  mono-crystalline solar panel,  add the solar charger, the converter, and you easily pay at lest $500 Smiley

 

And what happens when it's night ? Smiley

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

one PC consumes at least 400 W, so you need something like 2x 250w  mono-crystalline solar panel,  add the solar charger, the converter, and you easily pay at lest $500 Smiley

you didn't get the point.
in order to power that single staker you need a solar panel, a charger, a battery, a power adapter...
if you want two stakers it's all doubled.
much better to make a single solar panel array and power everything you can with it.
it's more efficient.

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

one PC consumes at least 400 W, so you need something like 2x 250w  mono-crystalline solar panel,  add the solar charger, the converter, and you easily pay at lest $500 Smiley

you didn't get the point.
in order to power that single staker you need a solar panel, a charger, a battery, a power adapter...
if you want two stakers it's all doubled.
much better to make a single solar panel array and power everything you can with it.
it's more efficient.

Yeah, I get it in the first place, and you are right, having one bigger solar panel is more convenient and efficient.
But we are thinking to a much smaller mobile staker ( not a pc)- This way, we can have the price  for the whole device  somewhere at ~ $100.  If you have a pc, you can run the whole thing on the grid.
 So having a a bigger solar panel involves more batteries to store all the power, and a converter.( So it can hold multiple mobile stalkers)

However I agree with you, and would make sense  in having a larger solar panel and share it with your neighbor or having all build up as modules and buy 2 or 3 devices and build up a EGC Powerpack  for example( more power, more mobile stakers).
We are are basically selling the energy to our neighbor,  clean energy,  that we actually produce, and in doing so we are recognizing the local environmental benefits and giving a price signal to the market for the real value of renewables at the community level.

    In this model we can transact and price energy with Microgrid neighbors directly.We believe that it becomes somehow possible to imagine an entirely new business model emerging for utilities where  you can earn  from transaction fees to support this market and infrastructure.

Not to mention that beyond finance, the EGC blockchain can provide a full audit trail of a piece of data's origin in both time and place: generated amount of power,  traded power, etc.  In this way, a blockchain can act as a provenance protocol for data across disparate semi-trusting organizations.
More to come, stay tuned.

Gabi

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while the idea of the solar staker looks good to me, I think that a single solar array powering multiple devices (including PCs) is much more convenient and efficient.

one PC consumes at least 400 W, so you need something like 2x 250w  mono-crystalline solar panel,  add the solar charger, the converter, and you easily pay at lest $500 Smiley

you didn't get the point.
in order to power that single staker you need a solar panel, a charger, a battery, a power adapter...
if you want two stakers it's all doubled.
much better to make a single solar panel array and power everything you can with it.
it's more efficient.

Yeah, I get it in the first place, and you are right, having one bigger solar panel is more convenient and efficient.
But we are thinking to a much smaller mobile staker ( not a pc)- This way, we can have the price  for the whole device  somewhere at ~ $100.  If you have a pc, you can run the whole thing on the grid.
 So having a a bigger solar panel involves more batteries to store all the power, and a converter.( So it can hold multiple mobile stalkers)

However I agree with you, and would make sense  in having a larger solar panel and share it with your neighbor or having all build up as modules and buy 2 or 3 devices and build up a EGC Powerpack  for example( more power, more mobile stakers).
We are are basically selling the energy to our neighbor,  clean energy,  that we actually produce, and in doing so we are recognizing the local environmental benefits and giving a price signal to the market for the real value of renewables at the community level.

    In this model we can transact and price energy with Microgrid neighbors directly.We believe that it becomes somehow possible to imagine an entirely new business model emerging for utilities where  you can earn  from transaction fees to support this market and infrastructure.

Not to mention that beyond finance, the EGC blockchain can provide a full audit trail of a piece of data's origin in both time and place: generated amount of power,  traded power, etc.  In this way, a blockchain can act as a provenance protocol for data across disparate semi-trusting organizations.
More to come, stay tuned.

Gabi


that's why I said "the idea of the solar staker looks good to me": having many self-powered micro-stations around the globe is fascinating.
but then again all the renewable energy discussions are about efficiency, so we must take that into consideration.
still I'm looking forward to see what you'll come up with and would surely consider buying a micro-pc which is fully powered by solar energy, was it only for the coolness factor Wink
let's make it for outside use of course!

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