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January 12, 2018, 10:13:35 PM
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January 13, 2018, 04:49:53 AM
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I just heard of this coin and it sounds too good to be true.
Making the transcations run on the last 100 blocks (deletable blockchain) is a genius idea and so is everything about it. Are there any plans on bringing Pascal to exchanges other than Poloniex?

The what?  Did someone forget to read this forum or did I miss my ADD medication?

Unlike 99% of other coins that calculate balance via UTXO, PascalCoin has the SafeBox hash which holds account balances within. Therefore the blockchain can be deleted.

Also, Thomas where ya at? We miss your crazy ass in Discord (debatable, haha).

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January 14, 2018, 10:14:02 AM
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I just want to figure out how to send pasc from polo to my private pasc wallet... I'm so confused with this user interface, can anyone help? ;_;

like do I need payload info, and where do I find it? and what about sending pasc from one wallet to another person's wallet?
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January 14, 2018, 12:13:06 PM
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I just want to figure out how to send pasc from polo to my private pasc wallet... I'm so confused with this user interface, can anyone help? ;_;

like do I need payload info, and where do I find it? and what about sending pasc from one wallet to another person's wallet?

Join the gaming chat Disqus i think.

my comouters are dead.  I cant try it oit.
apparently all I needed was my account number.
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January 14, 2018, 12:52:44 PM
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I just want to figure out how to send pasc from polo to my private pasc wallet... I'm so confused with this user interface, can anyone help? ;_;

like do I need payload info, and where do I find it? and what about sending pasc from one wallet to another person's wallet?

Join the gaming chat Disqus i think.

my comouters are dead.  I cant try it oit.
apparently all I needed was my account number.

Sell your pasc while you can.

What is payload?  I never had to use it.

1$ soon.
sell me yours while you can!
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January 14, 2018, 03:40:21 PM
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Sure, how many?  100$ per coin.

Need to fix my mining rig.  It's completely dead.

Considering the HORRIBLE manner in which you set it up, I'm not surprised.  Cheesy

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January 14, 2018, 11:20:02 PM
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I just want to figure out how to send pasc from polo to my private pasc wallet... I'm so confused with this user interface, can anyone help? ;_;

like do I need payload info, and where do I find it? and what about sending pasc from one wallet to another person's wallet?

It is easy. Where Polo ask for an adress you just write your account number.
And just let payload empty.

If you neeed more infor try to look here:
https://www.pascwallet.com/Content/PascalCoin%20-%20A%20Comprehensive%20Guide%20for%20Noobs.pdf

New PascalCoin Decentralized Exchange: https://exchange.frizen.eu
 - Buy or sell PascalCoin (PASC) for Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
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January 15, 2018, 09:46:29 AM
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I love this coin and also hate it!

This tech is insane and could be used for many applications and transactions, many here know that.

So tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

What i hate really is the skills of the team outside developing, so i more aim at the communication and design part of the coin.

-There is no team or management, discord is lead by  mods that are not really part of the team.
-No roles known by the community we know that Albert and Herman are lead devs, Nolan takes care of design (but how and what he is planning is vague).
-Nolan works on the design but we seen close to 0 communication about this to the community, dont forget team people are supporting you with there own money get them involved.
-No communication manager or maybe you should see the mods like that but spoke to some of the mods they dont really know the team aswell (insane if you ask me).
-Roadmap is vague, they might be working hard but serieus make a roadmap that makes sense to people.
-People are making designs without really having any feedback if its needed or if  they want it or like it (again mods of discord do help here again)
-Team unknown

I think if i would take more time i would come up with many more things, and no im not here to Fud i passed that stage in 2013!
This is just serieus stuff people should think about if you wanna compete with the top coins and wanna be one of the crypto that will still exsist after a while.

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January 15, 2018, 10:19:08 AM
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I love this coin and also hate it!

This tech is insane and could be used for many applications and transactions, many here know that.

So tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

What i hate really is the skills of the team outside developing, so i more aim at the communication and design part of the coin.

-There is no team or management, discord is lead by  mods that are not really part of the team.
-No roles known by the community we know that Albert and Herman are lead devs, Nolan takes care of design (but how and what he is planning is vague).
-Nolan works on the design but we seen close to 0 communication about this to the community, dont forget team people are supporting you with there own money get them involved.
-No communication manager or maybe you should see the mods like that but spoke to some of the mods they dont really know the team aswell (insane if you ask me).
-Roadmap is vague, they might be working hard but serieus make a roadmap that makes sense to people.
-People are making designs without really having any feedback if its needed or if  they want it or like it (again mods of discord do help here again)
-Team unknown

I think if i would take more time i would come up with many more things, and no im not here to Fud i passed that stage in 2013!
This is just serieus stuff people should think about if you wanna compete with the top coins and wanna be one of the crypto that will still exsist after a while.



Agree with you
Will change this 2018, please give us some months  (please note we're not a ICO/company, just early adopters, we need some time to self-organize and clear roadmap/rolls define)

Thanks for suggestion and support, you're right: tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

Albert M.

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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January 15, 2018, 11:02:28 AM
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I love this coin and also hate it!

This tech is insane and could be used for many applications and transactions, many here know that.

So tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

What i hate really is the skills of the team outside developing, so i more aim at the communication and design part of the coin.

-There is no team or management, discord is lead by  mods that are not really part of the team.
-No roles known by the community we know that Albert and Herman are lead devs, Nolan takes care of design (but how and what he is planning is vague).
-Nolan works on the design but we seen close to 0 communication about this to the community, dont forget team people are supporting you with there own money get them involved.
-No communication manager or maybe you should see the mods like that but spoke to some of the mods they dont really know the team aswell (insane if you ask me).
-Roadmap is vague, they might be working hard but serieus make a roadmap that makes sense to people.
-People are making designs without really having any feedback if its needed or if  they want it or like it (again mods of discord do help here again)
-Team unknown

I think if i would take more time i would come up with many more things, and no im not here to Fud i passed that stage in 2013!
This is just serieus stuff people should think about if you wanna compete with the top coins and wanna be one of the crypto that will still exsist after a while.



Agree with you
Will change this 2018, please give us some months  (please note we're not a ICO/company, just early adopters, we need some time to self-organize and clear roadmap/rolls define)

Thanks for suggestion and support, you're right: tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

Albert M.

Good to hear your working on this, would be maybe an idea to just summarise this into one medium post so that the people actually know your working on this.
And also add in the post about the PIP voting so you get the optimal amount of votes what makes it also much more fair and decentralized.
Might be great to start Januari off with a Update post and the start of a Monthly Update, specially now Pasc is starting to get noticed and growing.

And i understand its work, but it can be the beginning of a great communication with the community.

Would also Like to hear your future plan about pascal would you like it to aim for the financial market or you see it also great for Layer2 applications with smart contracts etc.
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January 15, 2018, 06:35:15 PM
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I love this coin and also hate it!

This tech is insane and could be used for many applications and transactions, many here know that.

So tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

What i hate really is the skills of the team outside developing, so i more aim at the communication and design part of the coin.

-There is no team or management, discord is lead by  mods that are not really part of the team.
-No roles known by the community we know that Albert and Herman are lead devs, Nolan takes care of design (but how and what he is planning is vague).
-Nolan works on the design but we seen close to 0 communication about this to the community, dont forget team people are supporting you with there own money get them involved.
-No communication manager or maybe you should see the mods like that but spoke to some of the mods they dont really know the team aswell (insane if you ask me).
-Roadmap is vague, they might be working hard but serieus make a roadmap that makes sense to people.
-People are making designs without really having any feedback if its needed or if  they want it or like it (again mods of discord do help here again)
-Team unknown

I think if i would take more time i would come up with many more things, and no im not here to Fud i passed that stage in 2013!
This is just serieus stuff people should think about if you wanna compete with the top coins and wanna be one of the crypto that will still exsist after a while.



Agree with you
Will change this 2018, please give us some months  (please note we're not a ICO/company, just early adopters, we need some time to self-organize and clear roadmap/rolls define)

Thanks for suggestion and support, you're right: tech = perfect, Dont forget that people!

Albert M.

And sorry to say you dont need months to adjust and be more open to your community, can be done in less then a week. If you do it after you miss all the important input they can give!
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January 15, 2018, 06:51:22 PM
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Too many things/issues going on in crypto world.

PASC is sort of dependent on polo/nano right now.

Early adopters?  I looked through the source code   Wink

As long as the offline wallet stays compatible, I don't see any reason for rushing things.

I just ran it (Linux version) and it still syncs.

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January 15, 2018, 07:05:59 PM
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Too many things/issues going on in crypto world.

PASC is sort of dependent on polo/nano right now.

Early adopters?  I looked through the source code   Wink

As long as the offline wallet stays compatible, I don't see any reason for rushing things.

I just ran it (Linux version) and it still syncs.

I dont look at issues in the crypto world, but the ones with pascal.  Funny part is they are easier to solve then most coins that have
a lot issues in the foundation of the coin

And the things im talking about are rather easy and can be rushed cause they dont have the fundamentals to break a coin, communication is part of process
better get feedback now then when a product is done.

Why you think many software development company use design ways like Agile, scrum for example.
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January 15, 2018, 10:43:59 PM
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Too many things/issues going on in crypto world.

PASC is sort of dependent on polo/nano right now.

Early adopters?  I looked through the source code   Wink

As long as the offline wallet stays compatible, I don't see any reason for rushing things.

I just ran it (Linux version) and it still syncs.

I dont look at issues in the crypto world, but the ones with pascal.  Funny part is they are easier to solve then most coins that have
a lot issues in the foundation of the coin

And the things im talking about are rather easy and can be rushed cause they dont have the fundamentals to break a coin, communication is part of process
better get feedback now then when a product is done.

Why you think many software development company use design ways like Agile, scrum for example.

Yes, I was going to mention that other coins did not anticipate many issues/growth in the base code and have a lot of problems now.

BTC network was down/choking for 2-3 weeks.  ZEC outages.

3rd parties are most likely the culprit.

Was the testnet successful at 1000 tx/s?

Looks like some IPs got blacklisted.

Code:
BlackList Updated: 15-1-18 14:18:00 by TID:7FE7022AA9C0
Total Blacklisted IPs: 0 (Total 4)

My Internet keeps cutting in and out.  Storm weather.

A little bit off topic.  Looks like this motherboard is alive again.  Power supply probably shorted. 

I was running it without a heatsink, thought it was scrap.





Hopefully those PCI-e slots that are left still work so I can run a full node again  :?

The problem is not the network but the way they handle communication and asking for months is way to much for this
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January 15, 2018, 11:11:19 PM
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Too many things/issues going on in crypto world.

PASC is sort of dependent on polo/nano right now.

Early adopters?  I looked through the source code   Wink

As long as the offline wallet stays compatible, I don't see any reason for rushing things.

I just ran it (Linux version) and it still syncs.

I dont look at issues in the crypto world, but the ones with pascal.  Funny part is they are easier to solve then most coins that have
a lot issues in the foundation of the coin

And the things im talking about are rather easy and can be rushed cause they dont have the fundamentals to break a coin, communication is part of process
better get feedback now then when a product is done.

Why you think many software development company use design ways like Agile, scrum for example.

Yes, I was going to mention that other coins did not anticipate many issues/growth in the base code and have a lot of problems now.

BTC network was down/choking for 2-3 weeks.  ZEC outages.

3rd parties are most likely the culprit.

Was the testnet successful at 1000 tx/s?

Looks like some IPs got blacklisted.

Code:
BlackList Updated: 15-1-18 14:18:00 by TID:7FE7022AA9C0
Total Blacklisted IPs: 0 (Total 4)

My Internet keeps cutting in and out.  Storm weather.

A little bit off topic.  Looks like this motherboard is alive again.  Power supply probably shorted.  

I was running it without a heatsink, thought it was scrap.





Hopefully those PCI-e slots that are left still work so I can run a full node again  :?

The problem is not the network but the way they handle communication and asking for months is way to much for this

I never had any issues with finding information.

Abundance if information out there.

sometimes you have to do a lot of research.

I am assuming devs have lives and other normal things to do.

It's open source.  If there is an issue with the code, just git clone it and submit fixes.


Do you read? Like i said there is nothing wrong with the code.
There are problems with communication, design and Some user testing wont be wrong aswell.
And even Albert agree and they are gonna work on that. Just needing months means your losing a lot time

Examples in my previous posts
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January 15, 2018, 11:35:08 PM
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Do you read? Like i said there is nothing wrong with the code.
There are problems with communication, design and Some user testing wont be wrong aswell.
And even Albert agree and they are gonna work on that. Just needing months means your losing a lot time

Examples in my previous posts

Yes, I do read.  That is why my English is good.

I actually read most of the source code and probably compiled/debugged the code.  You can make it look the way you like.  Just use FPC/Lazarus-IDE

User testing of what?

Are there UI issues with the wallet?  The functionality is all there.

The wallet works.  Sending coins between accounts.

I tried most of the features, did not find one problem.

"your losing"?  No one is losing anything.

Team unknown.  Maybe they don't even use their real names for a reason...  Crypto is supposed to be anonymous.

Turn off auto-reply.  Thanks.

In About section it's pretty clear that this software is for educational purposes only and experimental.

Code:
Copyright (c) 2016 - 2017 Albert Molina

Pascal Coin is P2P cryptocurrency without the need for historical operations. This software
comprises a node within the Pascal Coin network and can be used to Mine and Explore blocks and
operations.

Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying file LICENSE  or visit
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.

THIS IS EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE. Use it for educational purposes only.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project and Denis Grinyuk
(https://github.com/Arvur/OpenSSL-Delphi), some cryptographic functions inspirated in code
written by Ladar Levison and Marco Ferrante, and Synapse Socket code copyright of Lukas
Gebauer.
Original source code is written in Pascal Language and is available at
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

If you like it, consider a donation using BitCoin:
16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk

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Do you read? Like i said there is nothing wrong with the code.
There are problems with communication, design and Some user testing wont be wrong aswell.
And even Albert agree and they are gonna work on that. Just needing months means your losing a lot time

Examples in my previous posts

Yes, I do read.  That is why my English is good.

I actually read most of the source code and probably compiled/debugged the code.  You can make it look the way you like.  Just use FPC/Lazarus-IDE

User testing of what?

Are there UI issues with the wallet?  The functionality is all there.

The wallet works.  Sending coins between accounts.

I tried most of the features, did not find one problem.

"your losing"?  No one is losing anything.

Team unknown.  Maybe they don't even use their real names for a reason...  Crypto is supposed to be anonymous.

Turn off auto-reply.  Thanks.

In About section it's pretty clear that this software is for educational purposes only and experimental.

Code:
Copyright (c) 2016 - 2017 Albert Molina

Pascal Coin is P2P cryptocurrency without the need for historical operations. This software
comprises a node within the Pascal Coin network and can be used to Mine and Explore blocks and
operations.

Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying file LICENSE  or visit
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.

THIS IS EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE. Use it for educational purposes only.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project and Denis Grinyuk
(https://github.com/Arvur/OpenSSL-Delphi), some cryptographic functions inspirated in code
written by Ladar Levison and Marco Ferrante, and Synapse Socket code copyright of Lukas
Gebauer.
Original source code is written in Pascal Language and is available at
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

If you like it, consider a donation using BitCoin:
16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk

Again just for you, there are No problems with the code never said that.
There is also a diffence between working code and user friendly software.

Obviously Some people get butthurt when you point at them

Crypto havent always been to stay anounymous where is that stated ?
I agree its a good thing for users to stay anounymous, but the devs make hardforks
To build on that knowing who handle this isnt that bad.


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January 16, 2018, 12:26:07 AM
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Do you read? Like i said there is nothing wrong with the code.
There are problems with communication, design and Some user testing wont be wrong aswell.
And even Albert agree and they are gonna work on that. Just needing months means your losing a lot time

Examples in my previous posts

Yes, I do read.  That is why my English is good.

I actually read most of the source code and probably compiled/debugged the code.  You can make it look the way you like.  Just use FPC/Lazarus-IDE

User testing of what?

Are there UI issues with the wallet?  The functionality is all there.

The wallet works.  Sending coins between accounts.

I tried most of the features, did not find one problem.

"your losing"?  No one is losing anything.

Team unknown.  Maybe they don't even use their real names for a reason...  Crypto is supposed to be anonymous.

Turn off auto-reply.  Thanks.

In About section it's pretty clear that this software is for educational purposes only and experimental.

Code:
Copyright (c) 2016 - 2017 Albert Molina

Pascal Coin is P2P cryptocurrency without the need for historical operations. This software
comprises a node within the Pascal Coin network and can be used to Mine and Explore blocks and
operations.

Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying file LICENSE  or visit
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.

THIS IS EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE. Use it for educational purposes only.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project and Denis Grinyuk
(https://github.com/Arvur/OpenSSL-Delphi), some cryptographic functions inspirated in code
written by Ladar Levison and Marco Ferrante, and Synapse Socket code copyright of Lukas
Gebauer.
Original source code is written in Pascal Language and is available at
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

If you like it, consider a donation using BitCoin:
16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk

Again just for you, there are No problems with the code never said that.
There is also a diffence between working code and user friendly software.

Obviously Some people get butthurt when you point at them

Crypto havent always been to stay anounymous where is that stated ?
I agree its a good thing for users to stay anounymous, but the devs make hardforks
To build on that knowing who handle this isnt that bad.




I wasn't pointing my finger at anyone.

I find it user friendly.  It was my opinion.

Implementing low level protocols and embedded systems does not scare me.  So my opinion is likely different from 'investors'.

Finding Kali Linux the best designed OS is most likely opposite from majority of people out there.

It's funny, because I don't have any money.

Jason only thinks I'm crazy.  He is correct.  I have been  institutionalized few too many times.  Everything is talking to me.

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January 16, 2018, 10:06:34 AM
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The crypto market is crashing really hard.

What happened?  Is the bubble bursting?

1$ soon looks a bit too soon. 

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January 16, 2018, 10:26:13 AM
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The crypto market is crashing really hard.

What happened?  Is the bubble bursting?

1$ soon looks a bit too soon. 

South Korea (one of the worlds biggest crypto markets) placing huge restrictions on BTC and altcoin trading... Everything is crashing.
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