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September 15, 2017, 09:38:36 AM
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Hi guys i cant seem to load a paper wallet into the qt. I found a discussion on https://auroraspjall.is/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=349 but there doesnt seem to be any conclusion.

How does one import their privkey from an ild paper wallet now?

https://auroraspjall.is/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=349&start=20#p1365

This method didn't work? (I assumed it did, so we stopped investigating it further). What did you do and where did you get stuck.

How was the paper wallet generated?

It worked thanks
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September 15, 2017, 10:39:46 AM
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Breaking news from Iceland!

The Icelandic government has fallen and you will never believe why.

The father of the Prime Minister of Iceland (one of the wealthiest person in Iceland) wrote a support letter to clear a sentenced child sex predator (one of the most vicious child sex cases in Iceland from beginning of time) so that the child sex predator would get all his civil rights back.

The letter was not supposed to be open to the public and the PM of Iceland sat on the information regarding his father until yesterday, when one of the coalition party broke the government because of this.

You can't make this shit up...

http://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/politics_and_society/2017/09/15/iceland_s_government_collapses/

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September 21, 2017, 10:28:52 PM
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Hey, anyone know what is going on with aurora coin, how are the icelander adjusting to this auroracoin and is it being used?

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September 22, 2017, 09:23:55 AM
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Hey, anyone know what is going on with aurora coin, how are the icelander adjusting to this auroracoin and is it being used?

Development-wise things are going ok. Network runs fine. I'm currently busy fixing Digibyte's electrum wallet and converting it to Auroracoin.
As for Icelandic adoption, there are a few things in the process there. The Auroracoin foundation will at least have a booth at the Icelandic IT exhibition (https://utmessan.is/).
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September 22, 2017, 10:12:04 AM
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The Hive and Insight servers have been migrated over to our new team hosting account as a first step in our server migration project.  DNS seeds and Electrum servers are next.  These will require a bit more work, as we'll need to update the seed addresses in the core code and push a new wallet release.  The Electrum servers are called by DNS name, so the Android app shouldn't need to be updated.

Electrum servers? Does this mean there's an electrum port? That would be awesome. I can't find it, though.

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September 22, 2017, 10:50:32 AM
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New Icelandic merchant accepting Auroracoin:

http://www.baenduribaenum.is/

there is no trail about auroracoin

That's an error from my side. I already assumed they were already accepting, but it seems they are still in the process on deciding which products they want to start with and getting connected.

Are they accepting AUR now?

If so that would be awesome news! Merchant adoption ftw.

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September 22, 2017, 10:53:07 AM
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Hey, anyone know what is going on with aurora coin, how are the icelander adjusting to this auroracoin and is it being used?

I'm currently busy fixing Digibyte's electrum wallet and converting it to Auroracoin.

I've been working on the port of electrum to Bitcoin Cash called "electron-cash". Maybe I can be of some assistance?

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September 22, 2017, 10:59:36 AM
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The Hive and Insight servers have been migrated over to our new team hosting account as a first step in our server migration project.  DNS seeds and Electrum servers are next.  These will require a bit more work, as we'll need to update the seed addresses in the core code and push a new wallet release.  The Electrum servers are called by DNS name, so the Android app shouldn't need to be updated.

Electrum servers? Does this mean there's an electrum port? That would be awesome. I can't find it, though.

@molecular, you can hit up the test server if you need to.  I'll shoot you the info in PM.

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September 22, 2017, 11:00:31 AM
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@molecular, you can hit up the test server if you need to.  I'll shoot you the info in PM.

-Fuse

using what client? Where's the repo for electrum client port?

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September 22, 2017, 11:04:11 AM
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@molecular, you can hit up the test server if you need to.  I'll shoot you the info in PM.

-Fuse

using what client? Where's the repo for electrum client port?


Currently, the only thing we have hitting the servers is the android app and a undisclosed project.  But you can telnet for testing.  The Electrum server wiki talks about the methods to pull info from the server via telnet.

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September 22, 2017, 11:09:39 AM
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@molecular, you can hit up the test server if you need to.  I'll shoot you the info in PM.

-Fuse

using what client? Where's the repo for electrum client port?


Currently, the only thing we have hitting the servers is the android app and a undisclosed project.  But you can telnet for testing.  The Electrum server wiki talks about the methods to pull info from the server via telnet.

-Fuse

Well, apparently BioMike is working on electrum client port. I'd be happy to help with that. Server itself is less interesting to me. I could talk to kyuupichan (author of electrumx server which I switched to, btw, for my bitcoin and bitcoin cash electrum servers) about how much work a port of electrumx to aur would be and maybe even do it if that's something interesting for the project.

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September 22, 2017, 11:18:13 AM
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Well, apparently BioMike is working on electrum client port. I'd be happy to help with that. Server itself is less interesting to me. I could talk to kyuupichan (author of electrumx server which I switched to, btw, for my bitcoin and bitcoin cash electrum servers) about how much work a port of electrumx to aur would be and maybe even do it if that's something interesting for the project.

The port for ElectrumX is easy enough.  I've had it running once before on the test server.  We eventually planned to move all the electrum servers over to ElectrumX, but it hasn't really been a priority.  If you want to get a solid forked repo created for it, that would be a good project.  Other than that, the electrum client is definitely something we would love to see completed.  I'm sure Biomike will hit you up to collaborate.

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September 22, 2017, 11:29:29 AM
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Well, apparently BioMike is working on electrum client port. I'd be happy to help with that. Server itself is less interesting to me. I could talk to kyuupichan (author of electrumx server which I switched to, btw, for my bitcoin and bitcoin cash electrum servers) about how much work a port of electrumx to aur would be and maybe even do it if that's something interesting for the project.

The port for ElectrumX is easy enough.  I've had it running once before on the test server.  We eventually planned to move all the electrum servers over to ElectrumX, but it hasn't really been a priority.  If you want to get a solid forked repo created for it, that would be a solid project.  Other than that, the electrum client is definitely something we would love to see completed.  I'm sure Biomike will hit you up to collaborate.

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cool. thanks for all the info.

I also managed to log in to the slack, so probably can be contacted there (I don't use btctalk much any more)

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September 22, 2017, 08:41:57 PM
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Well, apparently BioMike is working on electrum client port. I'd be happy to help with that. Server itself is less interesting to me. I could talk to kyuupichan (author of electrumx server which I switched to, btw, for my bitcoin and bitcoin cash electrum servers) about how much work a port of electrumx to aur would be and maybe even do it if that's something interesting for the project.

The port for ElectrumX is easy enough.  I've had it running once before on the test server.  We eventually planned to move all the electrum servers over to ElectrumX, but it hasn't really been a priority.  If you want to get a solid forked repo created for it, that would be a solid project.  Other than that, the electrum client is definitely something we would love to see completed.  I'm sure Biomike will hit you up to collaborate.

-Fuse

cool. thanks for all the info.

I also managed to log in to the slack, so probably can be contacted there (I don't use btctalk much any more)


I'm working on electrum-aur in my own repo: https://github.com/BioMike/electrum-aur
Do note that it uses my python bindings for Groestl, Skein and Qubit (and Scrypt also maybe, not sure about that) PoW algos. Especially the Groestl bindings have a different API and the latest release of that package is broken (use the git clone if you need it).

Code-wise it connects to the electrum1 server and should receive and send AUR (I have not tested this yet!!!). Last week I restored part of the block validation code, including the original diff calculation algo, so it is able to validate headers until block 5400. KGW and Multi is something that I hope to start next weeks on.

After that I plan to change everything to Python3 and Qt5 (GUI redesign that I also plan to use for the core wallet (which has to be translated into C++ of course)). When that's done I'll have to look at the Pywallet code that it uses (replace by my own version) and maybe switch the electrum connecting code for the connectrum library (which makes it require Python3.5)... but that last part is still far away.
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September 30, 2017, 09:08:08 AM
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A teacher from england has claimed the auroracoin.org site for their blog?

http://auroracoin.org/
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October 01, 2017, 08:54:06 AM
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Mining difficulty crashed to 4 million. Any particular reason why?
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October 01, 2017, 09:47:34 AM
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No idea, less profitable than other coins?
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October 01, 2017, 10:28:17 AM
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If ethereum changes to proof of stake will the old eth miners be able to mine aurora?
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October 01, 2017, 11:38:58 AM
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If ethereum changes to proof of stake will the old eth miners be able to mine aurora?

Most ETH miners have already moved to equihash coins after the last difficulty increase.  They can mine AUR if they want on groestl/skein/qubit, but will most likely continue to mine the popular GPU mined coins like ZEC, ZEN, SIGT, etc.

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October 01, 2017, 01:01:47 PM
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Does genisis mines in iceland mine aurora?
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