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June 07, 2016, 06:30:39 AM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

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June 07, 2016, 07:21:12 AM
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Supercoin needs a Dev Team that is capable of making a wallet that doesn't take 3 days to sync, uses less ram, & works well with windows, mac, linux & android.

Hmm,

Option 1:
A chain swap would decrease the start up time to very little, and that would also decrease ram usage,
however to keep it from being an issue again in a year or so means the block speed has to be changed.
Changing the block speed from 20 seconds to 2 minutes would take 10 times as long to use as many resources.
(Colossus coin did a manual chain swap, others pay an exchange to host the chain swap.)

Option 2:
Copy BTC headers sync feature, this would allow incredibly fast syncing .
Pandacoin is the only PoS coin that tried headers sync, and it never really worked well for them, (Very Buggy).
Use an electrum server to host Android wallets so the blockchain is never downloaded.

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I always advise first option as the easiest and simplest way to solve SUPER problems.

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June 07, 2016, 08:10:49 AM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

I'd be more than happy to actually take care of and do this work.

It's all great to chip in with ideas but means nada without an implementation.
A manual chainswap is painful; one using existing addresses and amounts is trivial.

I see a lot of people claiming they want to see SUPER succeed but aren't willing to support such an effort in any way - talk is cheap. Can I get a few people onboard here?

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June 07, 2016, 05:34:42 PM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

I'd be more than happy to actually take care of and do this work.

It's all great to chip in with ideas but means nada without an implementation.
A manual chainswap is painful; one using existing addresses and amounts is trivial.

I see a lot of people claiming they want to see SUPER succeed but aren't willing to support such an effort in any way - talk is cheap. Can I get a few people onboard here?

Glad you could make it. Im onboard. (Ill donate to you in SUPER!! or btc whatever why would you wanna wait 45min+ to get cha money when it could be 45sec)

Can we get that Super Node up again please.  Roll Eyes    https://chainz.cryptoid.info/super/

Can we get the respectful crypto crew to work together on this Grin                                    Someone ban that stupid brown trout spammer PLZ!

Super is trading smoothly at https://www.coinexchange.io/market/SUPER/BTC  
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June 07, 2016, 09:47:38 PM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

I'd be more than happy to actually take care of and do this work.

It's all great to chip in with ideas but means nada without an implementation.
A manual chainswap is painful; one using existing addresses and amounts is trivial.

I see a lot of people claiming they want to see SUPER succeed but aren't willing to support such an effort in any way - talk is cheap. Can I get a few people onboard here?

I don't have a lot of SUPER left but I am all for this coin to get revived properly so I'll send you what I can. Smiley


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June 07, 2016, 11:29:51 PM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

I'd be more than happy to actually take care of and do this work.

It's all great to chip in with ideas but means nada without an implementation.
A manual chainswap is painful; one using existing addresses and amounts is trivial.

I see a lot of people claiming they want to see SUPER succeed but aren't willing to support such an effort in any way - talk is cheap. Can I get a few people onboard here?

Thanks...I would support that proposal.
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June 08, 2016, 06:55:30 AM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

I'd be more than happy to actually take care of and do this work.

It's all great to chip in with ideas but means nada without an implementation.
A manual chainswap is painful; one using existing addresses and amounts is trivial.

I see a lot of people claiming they want to see SUPER succeed but aren't willing to support such an effort in any way - talk is cheap. Can I get a few people onboard here?

I don't know who you are but everything is better than the hands of Griffith. Please let some serious developer take this coin over and show the potential of this coin. 
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June 08, 2016, 09:09:37 AM
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Griffith is a competent developer, but is not able to work full time on Super. Collaboration would be ideal.

I often see that good develpers come in for unjustified criticism on the Forum, and it's a tough job !
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June 08, 2016, 10:17:57 AM
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Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

I'd be more than happy to actually take care of and do this work.

It's all great to chip in with ideas but means nada without an implementation.
A manual chainswap is painful; one using existing addresses and amounts is trivial.

I see a lot of people claiming they want to see SUPER succeed but aren't willing to support such an effort in any way - talk is cheap. Can I get a few people onboard here?

I don't know who you are but everything is better than the hands of Griffith. Please let some serious developer take this coin over and show the potential of this coin. 

I do not want a hostile takeover; I will be in contact with him shortly.

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June 08, 2016, 12:52:34 PM
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https://www.coinexchange.io/market/SUPER/BTC is getting some movement.   Someone needs to tell coinmarketcap.com since it looks like Super is doing nothing.
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June 08, 2016, 05:12:36 PM
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Would be nice to see a real developer taking over this coin.

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June 09, 2016, 09:52:07 AM
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Yes you are right - without a good developer - SupeCoin waiting for a fatal destiny...
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June 09, 2016, 11:41:10 AM
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and who ever came up with this coin - SupeCoin?

(https://wings.ai/?ref=857398)
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June 09, 2016, 11:57:58 AM
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How to understand Ever?
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June 09, 2016, 12:04:59 PM
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Aааа ! You ask who invented? Now look somewhere were a reference to the start of this coin
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June 09, 2016, 12:06:42 PM
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and who ever came up with this coin - SupeCoin?

here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=875651.0
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June 09, 2016, 12:48:57 PM
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thank you all understandable and reasonable!!!

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June 09, 2016, 12:57:38 PM
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thank you all understandable and reasonable!!!
Only one problem - it is removed from the stock exchanges all other drugna hope that someone will do for them pampas! )) For more than a year is normal coin does not go
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June 09, 2016, 06:18:54 PM
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Griffith is a competent developer, but is not able to work full time on Super. Collaboration would be ideal.

I often see that good develpers come in for unjustified criticism on the Forum, and it's a tough job !


Collaboration would be ideal.
Yer hats off to the guy for getting Super this far whist not losing sanity from the fud.
Im in for the long run, Super Ecc.       id swap 1/? for any MWC if any holders abound.
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June 10, 2016, 01:08:24 AM
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was considering doing a coin swap to eliminate some of these issues... thoughts? possibly to merge a coin or two.


edit: i have a mobile wallet for any bitcoin clone crypto just about done right now

edit edit:

Neat idea would be to run Supercoin through a block explorer and log all balances (besides dust), nullify the chain by changing pchMessage bytes, change block value for block 1 to a suitable amount which could encompass total values of addresses that we've logged, relaunch chain and then distribute on block 2.

Other variables could be changed to reflect current state of coin including block reward etc.

This way everyone can just dump their existing addresses via dumpprivkey; move to new wallet, reimport the keys and everything should be (relatively) as it was. Except the wallet isn't chugging through 2,000,000 blocks to sync; or verify when a new key is added.

About 4 hours work.
Note - I do not hold any SUPER; someone has approached me asking how this coin could be made 'SUPER' again.

barrystyle

i have been working on a chain that keeps the current one that just holds less variables inside the blockindex class and will calculate the rest when it needs them and it uses about half the ram.

with your suggestion, if im understanding your correctly, would be to launch a new chain with people logging the value of their current wallets (via BE) and then having it resend out the coins to the same addresses (amount) then using the BE to redistribute the coins. but now the chain is different, reset, and smaller. effectively doing the same thing a coin swap would do but automatically?

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