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August 05, 2016, 11:34:46 AM
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Hello,

looking at the result of "netstat" after leaving the node run for several days now, I notice that I have many connections with 94.113.207.67
Looks like a bug in the communication protocol? I would imagine a normal behavior would be to multiplex communications in 1 or 2 TCP streams?


  TCP    10.97.2.9:62086        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62241        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62242        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62244        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62256        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62259        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62262        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62263        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62265        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62267        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62268        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62274        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62278        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62292        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62293        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62294        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62295        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62296        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62350        58.173.246.16:8333     ESTABLISHED     4616
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62363        162.243.250.176:2829   ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62434        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62437        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62438        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62440        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62445        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62457        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62463        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62466        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62475        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62479        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62500        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62548        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62550        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62551        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62564        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
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August 05, 2016, 12:57:33 PM
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Hello,

looking at the result of "netstat" after leaving the node run for several days now, I notice that I have many connections with 94.113.207.67
Looks like a bug in the communication protocol? I would imagine a normal behavior would be to multiplex communications in 1 or 2 TCP streams?


  TCP    10.97.2.9:62086        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62241        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62242        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62244        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62256        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62259        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62262        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62263        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62265        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62267        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62268        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62274        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62278        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62292        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62293        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62294        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62295        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62296        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62350        58.173.246.16:8333     ESTABLISHED     4616
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62363        162.243.250.176:2829   ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62434        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62437        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62438        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62440        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62445        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62457        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62463        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62466        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62475        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62479        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62500        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62548        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62550        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62551        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988
  TCP    10.97.2.9:62564        94.113.207.67:2829     ESTABLISHED     4988

Hi, more like a design flaw, thanks for pointing out. To be honest, this is my first network application. I am using a python TCP server module for active nodes and simple sockets for clients.

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                if threads_count <= threads_limit and str(HOST + ":" + str(PORT)) not in tried and str(
                                        HOST + ":" + str(PORT)) not in active_pool and str(HOST) not in banlist:

I thought this piece of code was handling it, but it is not so reliable (also conenctions get stuck in consensus pool)

 I will look into this after finishing work on putting block operations into functions and switching the transaction engine from restrictive to omissive - done today. It will bring some overhead, but performance and reliability will be boosted.

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HCLivess can the algorithm be more memory hungry to get rid of botnets .... like it uses at least 4 GB or more

Hi, I haven't thought about that yet. How much does the mining algorithm take for you?
It seems to take 1 core of my laptop, once a GPU miner is developed (I have no idea how to do that), GPU should be just as demanding as CPU currently (limited by the actual hashrate).

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transaction handling reworked from permissive to omissive
message signing now fully implemented
unified and reduced redundant code parts

https://github.com/hclivess/Bismuth/releases/tag/0.9

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I created a new poll

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Should Bismuth have proof of stake? (rewards for coin holders)

https://github.com/hclivess/Bismuth/issues/20

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still problem with block height? because sometimes when manualy refresh blocks, numbers going up and down, maybe its just gui bag, no idea))

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still problem with block height? because sometimes when manualy refresh blocks, numbers going up and down, maybe its just gui bag, no idea))

Next version will have a proper rollback mechanism, current one is quite wild. However, there will still be some rollbacks, I will work on optimizations though. Are you testing version 0.9? Upgrades in 0.9 have major impact on transaction collisions appearing in previous versions.

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What is Clarity?
Clarity is a super stable version of Bismuth, which will be released separately. Clarity to Bismuth is what RedHat is to Fedora. New features will be tested in Bismuth first, and then added to Clarity later. This way, Bismuth will be secured by two networks (tesnet+mainnet) and Clarity will be secured by three (Bismuth testnet+Bismuth mainnet+Clarity mainnet). Clarity will be funded by ICO, and the funds will pour into Bismuth. Using this model, the Bismuth blockchain will not be clouded by funding and people will still have an opportunity to invest to get an instant share in Clarity.

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start node.py
then gui.py
and at last miner.py

Hey HCLivess,
I hope to find some time to test Bismuth, it's looking more interesting every update that is made.
I was hoping to run the test client on a gui less Linux server. Could I perhaps run a node on a server and use a gui wallet on OSX to connect to said server node? Or would it be more feasible to simply run the client in a non-gui mode and try to use command line for testing, sending, receiving etc? Is the gui needed for some functionality or simply being much more user friendly?

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still problem with block height? because sometimes when manualy refresh blocks, numbers going up and down, maybe its just gui bag, no idea))

Next version will have a proper rollback mechanism, current one is quite wild. However, there will still be some rollbacks, I will work on optimizations though. Are you testing version 0.9? Upgrades in 0.9 have major impact on transaction collisions appearing in previous versions.

jap, tested on 0.9. And when i launch node then there shows some invalid transactions and only then starting download blocks.

sry if im repeating and you know already problem, then just ignore me Cheesy I as a tester report about everything that looks strange ))

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HCLivess can the algorithm be more memory hungry to get rid of botnets .... like it uses at least 4 GB or more

Hi, I haven't thought about that yet. How much does the mining algorithm take for you?
It seems to take 1 core of my laptop, once a GPU miner is developed (I have no idea how to do that), GPU should be just as demanding as CPU currently (limited by the actual hashrate).


i did not mange to try the testnet ... what would be the distribution model for first phase i wish it could be the 1 core cpu and limited mining per IP like early day on vanilla coin aka Vcash now the distribution was really fair at first and everyone hold their vanilla really dear .. would we see something similiar on bismuth at first ?  
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hello can people still participate in the testnet ?

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how can i join

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Hello guys, if you want to join, just download the latest client from https://github.com/hclivess/Bismuth/releases
And try mining some. I can also send you some test coins.
Make sure to "Run as administrator" in case you run into any problems
Also download framework from page 1 of this thread (red fat letters)

I see someone else is also running the spammer now, so we have a little variation in timestamp progression, which is interesting

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HCLivess can the algorithm be more memory hungry to get rid of botnets .... like it uses at least 4 GB or more

Hi, I haven't thought about that yet. How much does the mining algorithm take for you?
It seems to take 1 core of my laptop, once a GPU miner is developed (I have no idea how to do that), GPU should be just as demanding as CPU currently (limited by the actual hashrate).


i did not mange to try the testnet ... what would be the distribution model for first phase i wish it could be the 1 core cpu and limited mining per IP like early day on vanilla coin aka Vcash now the distribution was really fair at first and everyone hold their vanilla really dear .. would we see something similiar on bismuth at first ?  

Wow, I had no clue vanillacoin had something like this, thanks. In fact, mining is now single core CPU (unless you run it multiple times and re-assign affinity), although there are no limits on IPs. It would require an entirely new backend. So far, the mining is relatively fair on the testnet. 94.113.207.67:5492

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Hello guys, if you want to join, just download the latest client from https://github.com/hclivess/Bismuth/releases
And try mining some. I can also send you some test coins.
Make sure to "Run as administrator" in case you run into any problems
Also download framework from page 1 of this thread (red fat letters)

I see someone else is also running the spammer now, so we have a little variation in timestamp progression, which is interesting


hello :-) I've downloaded the client and its syncing the blockchain just now :-)  so just waiting to see if it mines ok after that :-) but so far been straight forward to do and no problems. my address for some test coins is 451acb4e88e515c407cb8c3bcea9b95a746389ef64cfacea2b083403 :-)

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Hello guys, if you want to join, just download the latest client from https://github.com/hclivess/Bismuth/releases
And try mining some. I can also send you some test coins.
send me too please
i registered in googleform under casper77 but still not received testcoins

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August 08, 2016, 06:28:31 PM
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I am an anarchist. My age is 32. I want a new society. I cannot be stopped. I will not be stopped. I won't stop until I destroy all corporations and set everyone  free

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August 08, 2016, 07:40:53 PM
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is anyone else jumping between block 11503 - 11505 then back to 11503 Huh?

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August 08, 2016, 07:56:25 PM
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is anyone else jumping between block 11503 - 11505 then back to 11503 Huh?

mine was going from 11506-11508 just now
and then resolved to 11507
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