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September 21, 2016, 10:05:08 AM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

I'm working in RPC functionality, but I need some help in concepts.
Which kind of methods need?

(Imagine a RPC-JSON)

Is there a standard of function names and expected functionality? Or, if not a standard, a website explaining a well known RPC functions for cryptocurrency.

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Here you go:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/API_reference_(JSON-RPC)

https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-reference#bitcoin-core-apis (New)

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list (Old)

https://code.google.com/archive/p/fpbitcoin/ (Pascal Bitcoin Client)

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September 21, 2016, 12:10:33 PM
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dont shut the miner/wallet bro. Keep it burning. pascal coin is awesome.
Cheaper to buy when miners are selling off.

Math on that bro?
Where I live electricity costs money, then I ignore costs of hardware.  Sad

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September 21, 2016, 03:21:11 PM
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Would be nice if we could rearranged accounts by number of coins and not only in number order. (Private keys and all accounts)

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September 21, 2016, 05:02:32 PM
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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

I agree. The wallet isn't very simplistic and generally doesn't look very appealing.

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September 21, 2016, 05:19:54 PM
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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

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September 21, 2016, 05:45:33 PM
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why cant we pool mine this coin.....
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September 21, 2016, 05:49:53 PM
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because nobody wants to share


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September 21, 2016, 06:19:56 PM
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why cant we pool mine this coin.....

Not sure that it can be pool mined yet?

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September 21, 2016, 07:43:49 PM
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I resolved my issues by not going via Linux / WINE, but had to get a Virtual Machine. So I am now mining. Don't know what I am doing or how to use the wallet, so I guess are there any instructions available? I don't even know how to figure out my public address or how to send, or what's going on specific to mining. Please advise!

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September 21, 2016, 07:58:25 PM
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Mining pools will come. And when they do, that's going to help the value of this coin for sure. Go Pascal!
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September 21, 2016, 08:17:49 PM
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Mining pools will come. And when they do, that's going to help the value of this coin for sure. Go Pascal!
Agreed but we will not be able to mine with our PC anymore

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September 21, 2016, 09:13:02 PM
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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

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September 21, 2016, 09:26:43 PM
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why cant we pool mine this coin.....

There is still th account number problem to solve, since you can't have an account unless you'be mined a block, you would need to solo mine a block to get into a pool :/ or at least buy one



I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 


How much Hashrate do you have ? The difficulty has increased last days Cry so you better be patient Wink
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September 21, 2016, 09:26:55 PM
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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

Check how many blocks have been mined each block = 100 coins. The data will say blocks found

Check accounts explorer tab also then click > Explore accounts with all my wallet keys (make sure the checkbox is checked)

Then in the drop down list make sure it says all private keys.

Hope this helps Smiley

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September 21, 2016, 09:40:07 PM
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This coin seems to have a nice community  Grin But maybe i'm a bit too late to mine it  Undecided
What is it with account number ? Can't I just generate an addres key like with other crypto's ? ? ?
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September 21, 2016, 09:54:08 PM
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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

Check how many blocks have been mined each block = 100 coins. The data will say blocks found

Check accounts explorer tab also then click > Explore accounts with all my wallet keys (make sure the checkbox is checked)

Then in the drop down list make sure it says all private keys.

Hope this helps Smiley

Thanks for the feedback.  I'm at 356 kh/s.  I think a glossary would be a great idea to have for this program's interface, because it throws many aspects of mining that most cover in your face right away, where minergate has only about 1/4 of the detail, which makes it so easy. 

Blocks found has been zero this whole time on the front page interface.  If that's the only indication, then so be it.  I was hoping there was something under a tab which would show me some other data about personal progress on what my side was working on.


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September 21, 2016, 10:46:42 PM
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I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

Check how many blocks have been mined each block = 100 coins. The data will say blocks found

Check accounts explorer tab also then click > Explore accounts with all my wallet keys (make sure the checkbox is checked)

Then in the drop down list make sure it says all private keys.

Hope this helps Smiley

Thanks for the feedback.  I'm at 356 kh/s.  I think a glossary would be a great idea to have for this program's interface, because it throws many aspects of mining that most cover in your face right away, where minergate has only about 1/4 of the detail, which makes it so easy. 

Blocks found has been zero this whole time on the front page interface.  If that's the only indication, then so be it.  I was hoping there was something under a tab which would show me some other data about personal progress on what my side was working on.



Next to your mining speed do you not see the hashes you have? That's a pretty good indication of your progress even though it's still based on luck.
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September 21, 2016, 10:53:29 PM
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Thanks for the feedback.  I'm at 356 kh/s.  I think a glossary would be a great idea to have for this program's interface, because it throws many aspects of mining that most cover in your face right away, where minergate has only about 1/4 of the detail, which makes it so easy. 

Blocks found has been zero this whole time on the front page interface.  If that's the only indication, then so be it.  I was hoping there was something under a tab which would show me some other data about personal progress on what my side was working on.



I'm mining around 1600 - 1800 Kh/s (i7 920@3.2GHz, 5-7 cores) and I'm getting 1 block per day.
Everyday it takes longer due to increasing hasharate. I'm going to stop mining soon to if thisis getting harder.
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September 21, 2016, 11:25:51 PM
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Good news.

New PascalCoin wallet, miner & explorer Build 1.0.5

Build 1.0.5 is available for download at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin
Also, updated source code available at GitHub: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.5.0 - 2016-09-21
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- Massive operations, selecting multiple accounts
- Filter accounts by balance
- Correct operations explorer order of operations for each block (descending order)
- Minor changes


I hope you will love this build... it's interesting to filter accounts and navigate through them.
Also, you will be able to make massive operations, will help you to put your accounts in order.

Thanks!

PascalCoin is the first crypto currency without need of historical operations to control double spend and with ORDINAL account numbers. YES! LIKE A BANK!
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