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December 08, 2016, 07:21:14 PM
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EK, can you check if the Elliptic Curve algo is wired in correctly to the java ElasticPL code.  For example, when I run the following program and look at the VM memory in the debugger, xel_miner updates the VM memory with the right PK, but I don't think the java code is getting the correct PK.

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m[100] = 371591043;
m[101] = 3825931891;
m[102] = 376660522;
m[103] = 3366301765;
m[104] = 4231963823;
m[105] = 1895245811;
m[106] = 4192807901;
m[107] = 975035458;
SECP256K1PrivToPub 100 true;
verify (m[20]==10);

The PK I expect to see is:  0282006E9398A6986EDA61FE91674C3A108C399475BF1E738F19DFC2DB11DB1D28

Note to others:  we will need help testing the various crypto functions supported by ElasticPL to ensure they are all working correctly.

It's no bug, it's a coding error! ;-)
3825931891 for example is not an integer!

Use thise, and then it works ;-9

Code:
[DEBUG] Took byte array: 16260783E40B16731673622AC8A5B045FC3EA4AF70F727F3F9E92BDD3A1DDC42
[DEBUG] Putting bytes back to state: 0282006E9398A6986EDA61FE91674C3A108C399475BF1E738F19DFC2DB11DB1D28


Code:
m[100] = 371591043;
m[101] = -469035405;
m[102] = 376660522;
m[103] = -928665531;
m[104] = -63003473;
m[105] = 1895245811;
m[106] = -102159395;
m[107] = 975035458;
SECP256K1PrivToPub 100 true;
verify (m[20]==10);

Maybe we should allow HEX input to avoid confusion!? For now, I have changed elastic editor to support HEX output! Its runnable out of IntelliJ IDEA for now! Works with MVN as well!

Thanks EK, that explains it...I dumped the data as an unsigned int instead of int.  I think HEX input would be helpful as a user, you wouldn't want to have to convert all your unsigned inputs to signed inputs, so if you decide to change the core server to support HEX, please let me know as I'll need to update the C parser as well....but once again....something that can probably wait for after mainnet launch  Smiley
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December 08, 2016, 07:28:19 PM
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So right now we are at the open test phase?

who will do the code review?
everbody who want I guess

Well, it would be great, if somebody *cough* would set up some bounties. The 2 BTC challenge seems to show the strength of bounties.
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December 08, 2016, 09:00:07 PM
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Is there going to be a bounty for finding out the mainnet genesis address password? Monty Python may be enough of a hint

It will be closely related to Monty Python  Wink

Hey, why Monty Python. I would tend to assume its Motley Crew. 100% sure. Even if Im right, I will restrain from getting ur fucked bounty. Hear that squeak? Its knobs talk. This way they let u know they need it more than I do.

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December 08, 2016, 09:01:52 PM
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So right now we are at the open test phase?

who will do the code review?
everbody who want I guess

Well, it would be great, if somebody *cough* would set up some bounties. The 2 BTC challenge seems to show the strength of bounties.

Count me in for 2 btc when you're looking for someone to do the code review.
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December 08, 2016, 09:32:10 PM
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Just hover around the feeders hand, he will grant u free tokens soon or late. Additionally, I think the video will illustrate how the tokens will be distributed. Most likely through faucet. Thought i died a month ago.

Hi and welcome! Just out of pure curiosity: which video and which faucet do you exactly refer to?

I dunno man, think that post belonged to other crapcoin thread. Anyway I will gladly watch the video of ur colleague Ivvy being drown down the bitter lake in northern vietnam. Can u make a live-stream or a separate video and upload it to redtube? And why do u parrot Ethereum manifesto? Ur vision of supercomputer must be plaquated from vitaliks novell.

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December 08, 2016, 10:02:54 PM
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It will be closely related to Monty Python  Wink

Hey, why Monty Python. I would tend to assume its Motley Crew. 100% sure. Even if Im right, I will restrain from getting ur fucked bounty. Hear that squeak? Its knobs talk. This way they let u know they need it more than I do.

I had a few hours on the train without internet, so I came up with a nice brainwallet generator for Bitcoin and Ethereum. I would have worked on Elastic but I couldn't sync the Git repository  Wink Why yet another brain wallet generator? Because a) the train trip was boring and b) this brain wallet generator verifies the generated keys be testing them with signed messages or signed dummy transactions.

... but I have a good connection now, let's get back to work.

Why I am writing this ... I have started digging a bit deeper into that Monty Python stuff, and I have hidden a little detail in the brain wallet generator for the fans ;-)

https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/brain-wallet (instructions below the picture)
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December 08, 2016, 10:16:45 PM
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I had a few hours on the train without internet, so I came up with a nice brainwallet generator for Bitcoin and Ethereum. I would have worked on Elastic but I couldn't sync the Git repository  Wink Why yet another brain wallet generator? Because a) the train trip was boring and b) this brain wallet generator verifies the generated keys be testing them with signed messages or signed dummy transactions.

... but I have a good connection now, let's get back to work.

Why I am writing this ... I have started digging a bit deeper into that Monty Python stuff, and I have hidden a little detail in the brain wallet generator for the fans ;-)

https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/brain-wallet (instructions below the picture)

Brain wallets are mostly not safe, except for Warp Wallet:

https://keybase.io/warp

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December 08, 2016, 10:23:15 PM
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Brain wallets are mostly not safe

Depends on the point of view. I, myself, have everything in a brain wallet (that I handcrafted).
When the online wallet or exchange shuts down (or it's operator pulls off Houdini's magic disappearance act), when the SSD fails or the raid controller of my NAS bursts into flames, when my notebook gets stolen by some wrecked crook (who planned to sell the notebook for food but ended up in a casino), and even when my Trezor suffers from some "unforeseen hardware defect" after reaching his EOL (end of lifetime)...

... then I still know my good ol' BTC are still there. I walk into the next computer store, buy a cheap chromebook, and it's all there again!  Wink

The only thing I am not secured against is some form of dementia. But in this case I couldn't care less  Wink
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December 08, 2016, 10:28:54 PM
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Brain wallets are mostly not safe, except for Warp Wallet:

https://keybase.io/warp

Ah, by the way: The 20 BTC warp wallet challenge sounds like something that could be easily solved on the Elastic network  Tongue
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December 08, 2016, 11:35:26 PM
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Hi EK, I did an update of the core code, and now I can't synch my wallet.  I reverted back to the git updates from 11/30 but still doesn't work.

Is there a way that I can get the wallet to synch, or force it to run offline so that I can continue testing my miner changes?
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December 08, 2016, 11:41:17 PM
Last edit: December 09, 2016, 08:19:34 AM by Evil-Knievel
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Hi EK, I did an update of the core code, and now I can't synch my wallet.  I reverted back to the git updates from 11/30 but still doesn't work.

Is there a way that I can get the wallet to synch, or force it to run offline so that I can continue testing my miner changes?

Hi,

I suspect you might have an old elastic_test_db/ folder in place with old blacklistings?
If not ... no problem.

Use the following signature in the latest Git from today:
Code:
IDDqgcqgTtUMqbEn3ACtjlxGSs66fmNRSYiTSHO94C1/L0LA1KFhLR/dt1GN4xT8I9ZNFuTBINre8wwEAmCB2Jg=

On the 1Akt... redeem entry and spend the funds to (and from) the account with passphrase
Code:
Marty Mc Fly

It should automatically mine the first block and you are ready to go ahead;-)
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December 09, 2016, 05:35:00 AM
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can someone please link me to the file with the genesis addresses?
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December 09, 2016, 08:23:28 AM
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can someone please link me to the file with the genesis addresses?

you mean this?
https://github.com/elastic-project/genesis-block/blob/master/genesis-block.json
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December 09, 2016, 09:30:23 AM
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I see my address and how can I claim my XEL from my invested BTC

   
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December 09, 2016, 09:42:26 AM
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I see my address and how can I claim my XEL from my invested BTC

Wait for mainnet launch. There will a feature for claiming your XEL. You'll need private key for your BTC address.
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December 09, 2016, 11:32:14 AM
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yes i did mean that but that one was the outdated one with the old total supply i think. thanks anyway
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December 09, 2016, 11:48:26 AM
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Looking forward to this project going live, its been fascinating watching it all happen.
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December 09, 2016, 07:42:14 PM
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December 09, 2016, 08:56:08 PM
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Maybe we should allow HEX input to avoid confusion!? For now, I have changed elastic editor to support HEX output! Its runnable out of IntelliJ IDEA for now! Works with MVN as well!

Thanks EK, that explains it...I dumped the data as an unsigned int instead of int.  I think HEX input would be helpful as a user, you wouldn't want to have to convert all your unsigned inputs to signed inputs, so if you decide to change the core server to support HEX, please let me know as I'll need to update the C parser as well....but once again....something that can probably wait for after mainnet launch  Smiley

EK, I went ahead and modified the miner to allow for hex inputs in case you decide to add this to core at a later point.
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December 09, 2016, 09:35:16 PM
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Maybe we should allow HEX input to avoid confusion!? For now, I have changed elastic editor to support HEX output! Its runnable out of IntelliJ IDEA for now! Works with MVN as well!

Thanks EK, that explains it...I dumped the data as an unsigned int instead of int.  I think HEX input would be helpful as a user, you wouldn't want to have to convert all your unsigned inputs to signed inputs, so if you decide to change the core server to support HEX, please let me know as I'll need to update the C parser as well....but once again....something that can probably wait for after mainnet launch  Smiley

EK, I went ahead and modified the miner to allow for hex inputs in case you decide to add this to core at a later point.

Cool, I will add it now!
Sorry, I was on multiple trains for the last 2 days, so I had both a limited connection and a limited toolset with me. Back at home in my command center I can work a full speed again.

Did the "synching error" resolve? I will modify the parser now and then I will roll out the next testnet as quick as possible, with a new retargeting function.

So what I see is left is:
a) The "mining tab" in the GUI
b) GPU miner
c) Homomorphic Encryption
d) Testing testing testing
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