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March 25, 2013, 06:18:51 AM
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New terracoin stable build 0.1.2-27 binaries are now available for
download at http://sourceforge.net/projects/terracoin/files/

The Terracoin Dev has implemented signed Transaction Notifications along with a number of other improvements. Transaction Notifications make it easier for merchants to verify transactions without needing to run a local version of the Terracoin Daemon. This means you can have your merchant application at one location and your TerracoinD at another location.


To learn more about the Transaction Notifier- check the Wiki here:

https://github.com/terracoin/terracoin/wiki/TransactionNotifier

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March 25, 2013, 10:20:23 AM
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Do you know the TRC developer, Rabbit?
Is he trustable? Did anyone looked at the code?
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March 25, 2013, 04:02:25 PM
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Do you know the TRC developer, Rabbit?
Is he trustable? Did anyone looked at the code?

I don't know the TRC developer myself, no. However I'm not sure what he/she would stand to gain from stealing your TRC with the official release, especially if they are the one building TRC.

That said, I run everything in virtual machines. Even Bitcoin. It's less a question for being worried that the official dev will steal your coins then leaving my coins exposed to some other process on my computer. That would bother me more.

Additionally, if you don't trust the Dev himself, then you have to trust that the person who "has looked at the code" is both trustworthy AND capable of determining if something is up. So, best thing is to always run in virtual machines. :-)


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March 25, 2013, 04:22:05 PM
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What's going on with TRC? No new blocks found since 10 minutes Huh

Edit: well, works now as usual Grin

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April 15, 2014, 03:24:01 AM
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Terracoin Bootstrap.dat



   bootstrap.dat

bootstrap.dat allows a new Terracoin client (not synced) to rapidly import the initial blocks from a
local file instead of slowly downloading blocks from random peers. This significantly reduces the
time it takes to get a client synced with the current blockchain.

Simply having bootstrap.dat in Terracoin's expected data directory will make your initial block sync
much faster. The import process can be even faster if you use the -dbcache=1000 command line
parameter which uses an additional 1GB of RAM for the database index cache.

   Extracting the bootstrap.dat.xz

Regardless of your operating system, use the following steps to make use of the bootstrap.dat file:

1.   Download bootstrap.dat.xz from mirrors or torrent.
2.   Decompress the bootstrap.dat.
3.   Put it into the Terracoin datadir. "%appdata%/terracoin" / "~/.terracoin"
         (This is the same folder that contains wallet.dat and the blocks folder.)
4.   Delete bootstrap.dat.old if you want to recover some storage space.

    Terracoin Data Folder

    Linux
Code:
xz -d bootstrap.dat.xz
Terracoin's data directory is located in ~/.terracoin/ by default. You can run ls -a to see
directories that start with a period. You can also search for the directory with the following
command:
Code:
find / -name wallet.dat -print 2>/dev/null

   Mac
You can obtain xz from MacPorts or http://macpkg.sourceforge.net/.
terracoin's data directory should be located in ~/Library/Application Support/terracoin/.

   Windows
7Zip is a free utility that can decompress .xz files, so does the latest version of WinRAR.

Click on Start then Run (or press WinKey+R) and type:
Code:
explorer %APPDATA%\terracoin
terracoin's data directory will open. "AppData" and "Application Data" are hidden by default in
Windows.

   Copy bootstrap.dat to data directory

Copy the bootstrap.dat to your data directory. Load the terracoin client and wait for it to load the
blocks. After loading is complete, the bootstrap.dat will be renamed to bootstrap.dat.old at which
point you can choose to delete it.

Terracoin - 4/9/2014 - 153,348 KB

GoogleD - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz3NalaCIrQrOEFkdmZRa0tfVDQ
Torrent - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz3NalaCIrQrNHhKekJXNk9rWjg

E-nautia Mirror - http://e-nautia.com/jon.marshall/disk/bootstrap/terracoin/bootstrap.dat.xz
E-nautia Direct - https://e-nautia.com/disk/download.php?id=5450936

Terracoin Donation Address: 1ALkdpCFW2jNmdB4xwxGkpebZ795JdUoH5


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