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April 11, 2016, 10:08:29 PM
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one great thing that could happen by using the election is to stir up talk about the blockchain, Imagine no running out of ballots, peoples party affiliations could be properly encrypted so they don't get changed by hacks, and outcomes unchangeable and available for all to see... the blockchain is the perfect tool for a voting platform. So getting some attention with BERN could deff do some good in the long run.

I have had these very same thoughts. But, what will we do when the rich corporations buy more hardware then the people can afford and they double spend the votes they want to.

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and you better believe that if Bernie gets in he'll be putting a stop to the superdelegate BS

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I just now added you to the FB group. Sorry for the delay.

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slow and steady wins the race, just like Bernie has been doing the whole time... picking up more and more momentum as he goes, just like BERN will  Cool

Amen brother! Smiley

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wouldn't there be away to make it a privately ran blockchain? that would still be viewable for transparency reasons? so other could jump on and control it... or maybe on some sort of pos system, some sort of sidechain or token systems like HZ, then even others like EXP are trying to do something  with voting with in their system.

I by no means am a coder or claim to be smart enough to figure it out... but within the BTC and crypto community I know there are plenty of smart enough people.

I think the hard part would be explaining it and teaching people enough about it that the masses would trust it, they already shamed digital voting with their easily corruptible voting machines so it will deff take time and work, but it is the knid of thing that makes blockchain technology such a valuable technology and should be what people bring up when talking to newbs about BTC and why it's worth buying. lol by the time enough people understand BTC and the blockchain well enough for people to trust voting on it, BTC will be worth 1000's a piece lol it's already doing so well even if the majority of people are clueless to it still.

Heck I bet there is still no highschools teaching about blockchain tech and BTC, but I believe we're well on our way to that

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April 12, 2016, 02:18:34 AM
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one great thing that could happen by using the election is to stir up talk about the blockchain, Imagine no running out of ballots, peoples party affiliations could be properly encrypted so they don't get changed by hacks, and outcomes unchangeable and available for all to see... the blockchain is the perfect tool for a voting platform. So getting some attention with BERN could deff do some good in the long run.

I have had these very same thoughts. But, what will we do when the rich corporations buy more hardware then the people can afford and they double spend the votes they want to.

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and you better believe that if Bernie gets in he'll be putting a stop to the superdelegate BS

https://www.facebook.com/MorningJoe/videos/10154096851828762/

PS I still haven't been added to the FB group Sad


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slow and steady wins the race, just like Bernie has been doing the whole time... picking up more and more momentum as he goes, just like BERN will  Cool

Amen brother! Smiley

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wouldn't there be away to make it a privately ran blockchain? that would still be viewable for transparency reasons? so other could jump on and control it... or maybe on some sort of pos system, some sort of sidechain or token systems like HZ, then even others like EXP are trying to do something  with voting with in their system.

Yes, something like a "corporate coin" that institutions are working on with closed source chains. But, when the institution *cough* DNC *cough* wants to rig the protocol *cough* super delegates *cough* to meet their agenda, they could and simply hand craft the "transparent" results to fit. *cough* mass media *cough*

In all seriousness, yes, Democratic voting is taking place via blockchain technologies within various coin's ecosystems. One could argue the BTC block size debate is being voted on in some form with BTC classic nodes needing to solve some percentage of blocks within an allotted window. Not completely democratic but, a vote in forms by BTC pool operators chosen to run BTC classic and thus increase the likelihood of BTC classic finding blocks.

Some countries have discussed this in the past though, I am not sure that it has been actually done yet. But yes, as a method of ensuring that transactions are trustworthy, the blockchain is second to none. It would be amazing for the voting system to be trustworthy. However; given the United States still uses archaic voting systems and many of which are very different from state to state, I do find it hard to see it happening here easily or in the near future. That said, perhaps if enough support is in politics to change the voting system it could happen sooner than I think.

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I by no means am a coder or claim to be smart enough to figure it out... but within the BTC and crypto community I know there are plenty of smart enough people.

I think the hard part would be explaining it and teaching people enough about it that the masses would trust it, they already shamed digital voting with their easily corruptible voting machines so it will deff take time and work, but it is the knid of thing that makes blockchain technology such a valuable technology and should be what people bring up when talking to newbs about BTC and why it's worth buying. lol by the time enough people understand BTC and the blockchain well enough for people to trust voting on it, BTC will be worth 1000's a piece lol it's already doing so well even if the majority of people are clueless to it still.

Heck I bet there is still no highschools teaching about blockchain tech and BTC, but I believe we're well on our way to that


Yes, we are on the way for high schools to be teaching it, as universities have started already. The technology has much potential we probably have yet to realize. It would be great to see it bring improvement to the democratic process. 

 

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April 12, 2016, 02:36:46 AM
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hi steve any update with the coin movement? after almost 24 hrs of mining using my laptop I got 29 bern not profitable enough to cover my electric bill but satisfied enough because finally i mine my own coin, thank yo so much for your kind help even if I'm just a newbie you find time helping me out, you are worth to follow whatever happen steve just keep moving up okay! goodluck to you and to all  the the dev team. thank you so much.

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April 12, 2016, 03:43:50 AM
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hi steve any update with the coin movement? after almost 24 hrs of mining using my laptop I got 29 bern not profitable enough to cover my electric bill but satisfied enough because finally i mine my own coin, thank yo so much for your kind help even if I'm just a newbie you find time helping me out, you are worth to follow whatever happen steve just keep moving up okay! goodluck to you and to all  the the dev team. thank you so much.

Hi shintosai,

If by movement, you mean market movement, the price has slipped a bit over the past 24 hours but did have some higher peeks. Now selling at 178 satoshi. Some good volume compaired to the past certainly. I am not really much of a trader myself. My idea of market manipulation is work harder.

Yes, CPUs are not very efficient mining. It is a lot of electricty compared to the number of hashes. GPUs do do much, much better. The good thing is the things you learned getting your CPU mining will be applicable to GPU mining if you should choose to do so ever.

I was very glad to help you and you are very welcome. Yes, I will keep moving up. Hopefully with Bernie as my president.

Thanks for the wishes of luck!

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April 12, 2016, 06:18:05 AM
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Hello.

I come with a question like always:D

Tell me what i need to create node for Bern?
Do You need 1 more node?
Is there a bounty for this?

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April 12, 2016, 06:35:26 AM
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China  exchange  www.baidu-btc.com  will support BERN

Bernie traitors in cahoots with the Chinese Communists.  Go figure.   Roll Eyes

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How can i solo mine multiple machines to the same "wallet"? 
You know, like a proxy.


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April 12, 2016, 05:30:24 PM
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How can i solo mine multiple machines to the same "wallet"?  
You know, like a proxy.



Yes, you can. On the one machine that you want to run the wallet that all the mining will happen on, edit or create the BERNcash.conf file. This file will be in the same directory that you have the BERN wallet.dat

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rpcuser=MAKEaRPCuser
rpcpassword=MAKEaRPCpassword
rpcallowip=*
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1

Then, connect the miners to the IP of the wallet you are mining from on port 32016. Using the user and password you defined in the BERNcash.conf above.


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April 12, 2016, 05:55:41 PM
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Hello.

I come with a question like always:D

Tell me what i need to create node for Bern?
Do You need 1 more node?
Is there a bounty for this?


Questions are always welcome.

You need to configure your router and any firewall to forward the connect port of 32020 to the machine's IP. The machine needs to be running 24/7.
I have the seed nodes built into the wallet. Of course, the more the merrier as it would strengthen the network.
People would have to edit their conf file to add additional nodes until they could be programmed into a future release. But your node would be discovered once the seed nodes are connected as wallets get peers from the seed nodes.
Sure, I can give you a bounty for this. PM en route.

Thank you!

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How can i solo mine multiple machines to the same "wallet"?  
You know, like a proxy.



Yes, you can. On the one machine that you want to run the wallet that all the mining will happen on, edit or create the BERNcash.conf file. This file will be in the same directory that you have the BERN wallet.dat

Code:
rpcuser=MAKEaRPCuser
rpcpassword=MAKEaRPCpassword
rpcallowip=*
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1

Then, connect the miners to the IP of the wallet you are mining from on port 32016. Using the user and password you defined in the BERNcash.conf above.




Ah, it was the listening port i didnt have. Tried setting it.
Now mining seems to be working, but not rewarding. Getting no accepts.
Im doing a lot of hashes.. how long should i wait to expect any blocks with 20 mh/s?

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April 12, 2016, 06:36:38 PM
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How can i solo mine multiple machines to the same "wallet"?  
You know, like a proxy.



Yes, you can. On the one machine that you want to run the wallet that all the mining will happen on, edit or create the BERNcash.conf file. This file will be in the same directory that you have the BERN wallet.dat

Code:
rpcuser=MAKEaRPCuser
rpcpassword=MAKEaRPCpassword
rpcallowip=*
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1

Then, connect the miners to the IP of the wallet you are mining from on port 32016. Using the user and password you defined in the BERNcash.conf above.




Ah, it was the listening port i didnt have. Tried setting it.
Now mining seems to be working, but not rewarding. Getting no accepts.
Im doing a lot of hashes.. how long should i wait to expect any blocks with 20 mh/s?

20 mh/s!  Shocked  You will be finding blocks left and right. I just found one with 6 mh/s. You will not see shares accepted. When you see accepted, it will be you have solved a block and the block is accepted.

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April 12, 2016, 06:43:32 PM
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How can i solo mine multiple machines to the same "wallet"?  
You know, like a proxy.



Yes, you can. On the one machine that you want to run the wallet that all the mining will happen on, edit or create the BERNcash.conf file. This file will be in the same directory that you have the BERN wallet.dat

Code:
rpcuser=MAKEaRPCuser
rpcpassword=MAKEaRPCpassword
rpcallowip=*
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1

Then, connect the miners to the IP of the wallet you are mining from on port 32016. Using the user and password you defined in the BERNcash.conf above.




Ah, it was the listening port i didnt have. Tried setting it.
Now mining seems to be working, but not rewarding. Getting no accepts.
Im doing a lot of hashes.. how long should i wait to expect any blocks with 20 mh/s?

20 mh/s!  Shocked  You will be finding blocks left and right. I just found one with 6 mh/s. You will not see shares accepted. When you see accepted, it will be you have solved a block and the block is accepted.


Yeah, from suprnva im seeing a stream of "yays" with cuda and "accepted" with sgminer..   now i only see the hashes.
But now i should still find blocks pretty often.. But it doesnt seem to.



I was thinking setting up a local pool/node .. and not add to the pool power.
I love pools, dont get me wrong. But i also dislike that they often have 90% of the power Which aint good for decentralization.


EDIT:
NEVERMIND! Now they seem to find blocks. 3 since last post.
Any way to show the hash speed? The wallet console command(gethashespersec) seems to only list the "wallet mining". Not the "clients".

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April 12, 2016, 07:04:57 PM
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Now that this everthing seems to be working nicely..

I have another wish for the wallet.(in addition to staking stats)

Sound:
An option to play a little(not intrusive!) sound whenever a payment is recieved(or mined).

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April 12, 2016, 07:11:05 PM
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Now that this everthing seems to be working nicely..

I have another wish for the wallet.(in addition to staking stats)

Sound:
An option to play a little(not intrusive!) sound whenever a payment is recieved(or mined).
how request mined from supernova? can you tell me I just wanted to have it place to my wallet but I don;'t know where to find the withdrawal option, thanks in advance steve.

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Now that this everthing seems to be working nicely..

I have another wish for the wallet.(in addition to staking stats)

Sound:
An option to play a little(not intrusive!) sound whenever a payment is recieved(or mined).
how request mined from supernova? can you tell me I just wanted to have it place to my wallet but I don;'t know where to find the withdrawal option, thanks in advance steve.

How to get out your earned coins?

Enter a sum in the auto pay field in "Account settings".
Or scroll down on the same page and hit the cash out now option.

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New "problem"

Im getting "not providing work fast enough" in sgminer.


Is there any way to increase the speed the wallet can give out jobs? Like farmrecheck in eth.

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April 12, 2016, 08:29:31 PM
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China  exchange  www.baidu-btc.com  will support BERN

Bernie traitors in cahoots with the Chinese Communists.  Go figure.   Roll Eyes

Dumb KKK moron

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April 12, 2016, 08:39:59 PM
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New "problem"

Im getting "not providing work fast enough" in sgminer.


Is there any way to increase the speed the wallet can give out jobs? Like farmrecheck in eth.

You want to increase the number of work items you queue. In sgminer, press "S" for settings, then "Q" for queue, and enter a larger number and press enter.

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April 12, 2016, 08:46:00 PM
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I will never waste my vote on #HiLlARyForPrison2016

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April 12, 2016, 08:46:53 PM
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Now that this everthing seems to be working nicely..

I have another wish for the wallet.(in addition to staking stats)

Sound:
An option to play a little(not intrusive!) sound whenever a payment is recieved(or mined).

Doable, sure. Smiley

Of course I will need to do this in a way that can be disabled. You will not appreciate the wallet chiming in during your favorite podcast or movie. Wink

It is on the list.

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