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May 21, 2016, 07:24:03 PM
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not sure what you guys are expecting at this point. the coin is ready to be used. it just needs a community that wants to use it for something other thank quick money trading

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May 22, 2016, 02:34:17 PM
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Is it really ready though?   It takes 1-2 hours for an initial install to start syncing.  It still takes a lot of RAM/CPU that is will go into "not responding" status randomly.  I agree it is the community that sets the price, but we are basically trading with the same few people that have already had SUPEs for some time.  No new people coming in when the wallet won't be ready for at least 3 days.  Especially when they think it is broken because it looks like it isn't syncing to begin with.  As I am typing this, my staking is taking 13% of my AMD 8350 and 1.64G of RAM. 
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May 22, 2016, 05:28:21 PM
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Is it really ready though?   It takes 1-2 hours for an initial install to start syncing.  It still takes a lot of RAM/CPU that is will go into "not responding" status randomly.  I agree it is the community that sets the price, but we are basically trading with the same few people that have already had SUPEs for some time.  No new people coming in when the wallet won't be ready for at least 3 days.  Especially when they think it is broken because it looks like it isn't syncing to begin with.  As I am typing this, my staking is taking 13% of my AMD 8350 and 1.64G of RAM.  


I have repeatedly advised for a coins, exceeded the 2 million blocks mark, the fresh launch of a new blockchain with a swap, but for some reason all the developers ignored this problem.

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May 24, 2016, 07:33:49 AM
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how to mmining this coin

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May 24, 2016, 08:33:30 AM
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how to mmining this coin
Can't mine this coin anymore.It already have finished POW phase & now its in POS stage.  Smiley
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May 24, 2016, 04:25:18 PM
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Is it really ready though?   It takes 1-2 hours for an initial install to start syncing.  It still takes a lot of RAM/CPU that is will go into "not responding" status randomly.  I agree it is the community that sets the price, but we are basically trading with the same few people that have already had SUPEs for some time.  No new people coming in when the wallet won't be ready for at least 3 days.  Especially when they think it is broken because it looks like it isn't syncing to begin with.  As I am typing this, my staking is taking 13% of my AMD 8350 and 1.64G of RAM.  


I have repeatedly advised for a coins, exceeded the 2 million blocks mark, the fresh launch of a new blockchain with a swap, but for some reason all the developers ignored this problem.

thats because your suggestion for a fix isnt a real fix. its just something to put off the problem for a while and solving a problem by finding ways to put it off is a bad idea 99% of the time. also the new block indexing structure im testing right now should reduce loading times and memory usage by a significant amount

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May 24, 2016, 06:17:44 PM
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Is it really ready though?   It takes 1-2 hours for an initial install to start syncing.  It still takes a lot of RAM/CPU that is will go into "not responding" status randomly.  I agree it is the community that sets the price, but we are basically trading with the same few people that have already had SUPEs for some time.  No new people coming in when the wallet won't be ready for at least 3 days.  Especially when they think it is broken because it looks like it isn't syncing to begin with.  As I am typing this, my staking is taking 13% of my AMD 8350 and 1.64G of RAM.  


I have repeatedly advised for a coins, exceeded the 2 million blocks mark, the fresh launch of a new blockchain with a swap, but for some reason all the developers ignored this problem.

thats because your suggestion for a fix isnt a real fix. its just something to put off the problem for a while and solving a problem by finding ways to put it off is a bad idea 99% of the time. also the new block indexing structure im testing right now should reduce loading times and memory usage by a significant amount

Well, at least it would enable comfortable work with the client within the next year, until you find the optimal/radical solution. But if you have already found the best solution to this problem, it is very good. Waiting for a new wallet. Thanks for your work!

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May 24, 2016, 08:36:07 PM
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Is it really ready though?   It takes 1-2 hours for an initial install to start syncing.  It still takes a lot of RAM/CPU that is will go into "not responding" status randomly.  I agree it is the community that sets the price, but we are basically trading with the same few people that have already had SUPEs for some time.  No new people coming in when the wallet won't be ready for at least 3 days.  Especially when they think it is broken because it looks like it isn't syncing to begin with.  As I am typing this, my staking is taking 13% of my AMD 8350 and 1.64G of RAM.  


I have repeatedly advised for a coins, exceeded the 2 million blocks mark, the fresh launch of a new blockchain with a swap, but for some reason all the developers ignored this problem.

thats because your suggestion for a fix isnt a real fix. its just something to put off the problem for a while and solving a problem by finding ways to put it off is a bad idea 99% of the time. also the new block indexing structure im testing right now should reduce loading times and memory usage by a significant amount

Well, at least it would enable comfortable work with the client within the next year, until you find the optimal/radical solution. But if you have already found the best solution to this problem, it is very good. Waiting for a new wallet. Thanks for your work!

i have found somewhat of a solution. although i dont think its good. it uses like 5x less memory, but also takes 5x the time to load the blockchain. soo....

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May 24, 2016, 08:44:51 PM
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Is ECCcoin still working? Still supported by the dev?
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May 25, 2016, 02:35:47 AM
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Is ECCcoin still working? Still supported by the dev?

this is the wrong thread for that. but yes. it is still working and still being actively maintained if a problem were to arise

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May 25, 2016, 07:54:03 AM
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i believe i have hit the limit on memory efficient ways to make a blockchain using the built in data structures and have decided that a custom class that acts as the blockchain instead of using a map of CBlockIndex is a better way to approach this. will start working on that next. just have to figure out how to even design it... my current idea by using a vecotr which actively shrinks as opposed to a map didnt work, was overly complex and didnt work all that well. i kinda realized it was going to fall short half way through implementing but figured id finish before deciding completely.

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May 25, 2016, 08:31:42 AM
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i believe i have hit the limit on memory efficient ways to make a blockchain using the built in data structures and have decided that a custom class that acts as the blockchain instead of using a map of CBlockIndex is a better way to approach this. will start working on that next. just have to figure out how to even design it... my current idea by using a vecotr which actively shrinks as opposed to a map didnt work, was overly complex and didnt work all that well. i kinda realized it was going to fall short half way through implementing but figured id finish before deciding completely.

Thanks for that infomation. Innovation is the right way forward, but it is not a straight road (or a quick one)
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May 26, 2016, 01:49:35 AM
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Is ECCcoin still working? Still supported by the dev?

this is the wrong thread for that. but yes. it is still working and still being actively maintained if a problem were to arise

Oh, I thought ECCcoin & SUPERCOIN were connected in some way, sorry
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May 26, 2016, 06:18:06 AM
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Anyone been able to build master source with anything other than boost 1.48?

I am having problems building with boost 1.55

Is the master source on github version 3? If so will version 4 source be available soon?
 
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May 26, 2016, 02:14:32 PM
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Anyone been able to build master source with anything other than boost 1.48?

I am having problems building with boost 1.55

Is the master source on github version 3? If so will version 4 source be available soon?
 

The source on the github is version 4. https://github.com/Greg-Griffith/SuperCoin/blob/master/src/clientversion.h

If you have any problems building the wallet, just PM Griffith and he will help you out

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May 26, 2016, 02:50:32 PM
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Anyone been able to build master source with anything other than boost 1.48?

I am having problems building with boost 1.55

Is the master source on github version 3? If so will version 4 source be available soon?
 

The source on the github is version 4. https://github.com/Greg-Griffith/SuperCoin/blob/master/src/clientversion.h

If you have any problems building the wallet, just PM Griffith and he will help you out

Managed to get the wallet built by editing walletdb.cpp, but not getting any connections. Anyone got any current active nodes? Thanks
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May 26, 2016, 03:32:40 PM
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Anyone been able to build master source with anything other than boost 1.48?

I am having problems building with boost 1.55

Is the master source on github version 3? If so will version 4 source be available soon?
 

The source on the github is version 4. https://github.com/Greg-Griffith/SuperCoin/blob/master/src/clientversion.h

If you have any problems building the wallet, just PM Griffith and he will help you out

Managed to get the wallet built by editing walletdb.cpp, but not getting any connections. Anyone got any current active nodes? Thanks

try
addnode=87.98.182.171
addnode=101.235.58.158
addnode=173.168.208.83
addnode=213.108.119.84
addnode=47.208.180.164
addnode=5.29.168.126
addnode=50.243.136.49
addnode=58.7.104.50
addnode=68.14.24.200
addnode=72.209.45.11
addnode=73.254.153.254
addnode=77.208.135.25
addnode=85.25.44.206
addnode=86.19.217.186
addnode=86.82.30.234
addnode=87.195.238.234
addnode=91.153.109.149
addnode=92.221.88.243
addnode=92.49.29.163

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May 26, 2016, 04:31:09 PM
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Anyone been able to build master source with anything other than boost 1.48?

I am having problems building with boost 1.55

Is the master source on github version 3? If so will version 4 source be available soon?
 

The source on the github is version 4. https://github.com/Greg-Griffith/SuperCoin/blob/master/src/clientversion.h

If you have any problems building the wallet, just PM Griffith and he will help you out

Managed to get the wallet built by editing walletdb.cpp, but not getting any connections. Anyone got any current active nodes? Thanks

try
addnode=87.98.182.171
addnode=101.235.58.158
addnode=173.168.208.83
addnode=213.108.119.84
addnode=47.208.180.164
addnode=5.29.168.126
addnode=50.243.136.49
addnode=58.7.104.50
addnode=68.14.24.200
addnode=72.209.45.11
addnode=73.254.153.254
addnode=77.208.135.25
addnode=85.25.44.206
addnode=86.19.217.186
addnode=86.82.30.234
addnode=87.195.238.234
addnode=91.153.109.149
addnode=92.221.88.243
addnode=92.49.29.163

Thank you - That did it.
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May 27, 2016, 02:49:45 AM
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Is ECCcoin still working? Still supported by the dev?

this is the wrong thread for that. but yes. it is still working and still being actively maintained if a problem were to arise

Oh, I thought ECCcoin & SUPERCOIN were connected in some way, sorry

not a problem, they are only connected in that i maintain the chains/githubs and host nodes for both

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May 28, 2016, 06:06:44 AM
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Looks like the only place you can deposit and withdraw SUPER is now going to delist it !

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