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February 23, 2017, 02:29:24 AM
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25BTC Buy wall



Guys, noob question here.
Is it good that someone is trying to buy this huge amount or having such a big buywall is a bad thing?
Thanks for any clarification

That is my big question . I doubt some big hands have joined the game and They will boost this price up higher.
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February 23, 2017, 04:37:15 AM
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next payout is on friday like I have posted
there is only 25 pending requests

there have been a dozen payouts already,not sure why it is such an emergency I need to take time out (repeatedly) to state that it will be done as announced before: weekly

If I am doing payouts, I am not coding -> each payout creates a delay for the tech.

please stop asking me for special unscheduled payouts

This is the Internet and this is the world and it is filled with stupid people.  Do you really they they are going to stop asking for unscheduled payout requests?   Just ignore them.  They are dumb and you aren't being smart by answering them and being distracted from your coding.   It is ultimately your fault, not theirs.
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February 23, 2017, 04:47:55 AM
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Dear community of the komodo platform,

MacOSX-GUI wallet [fig.1] is available for testing https://github.com/ca333/komodoOSX/releases/tag/v0.6.2-beta - please be carefull and backup your private keys.

fig.1


- and we finally have windows support.
as jl777 stated, the crossbuild must be compiled on debian 8. It will compile on ubuntu too but lead to high cpu usage on windows host [fig.2] due to pthread bug. I initially built it on ubuntu but was pointed to the pthread bug by radix42. We are testing the windows builds and will provide them for public very soon. An additional windows GUI wallet (like the above OSX Wallet) is in work.

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On OSX it was slightly different to get clean (backwards compatible) release build. After putting all deps together via the package depends we have 10.9.X - 10.12.X compatible OSX binaries for komodod/komodo-cli. We currently are working on native android support for Iguana (SuperNET "client"). Based on this Iguana android version we are developing a mobile graphical wallet for usage on android smartphones/tablets (>v5.0).

Please always check sha256 checksum and DO NOT download from other sources than https://github.com/ca333/ or the official SuperNET website/git.

Information: The wallets i provide are an alternative to our Iguana App. They are native coind wallets which mean they run a full komodo-node and sync the whole komodo blockchain. For inquiries please reply, come to the slack or PM. (http://slackinvite.supernet.org/)

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February 23, 2017, 06:09:47 AM
Last edit: February 23, 2017, 06:23:06 AM by KomodoPlatform
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Help Us Test Iguana

The new release with easy installers is coming early next week, possibly on Monday. If you just want to use the wallet then you should wait for it. However, if you are brave and curious enough you can test it even today.

Instructions are here: https://github.com/SuperNETorg/Iguana

This if for testing/'playing around' purposes only! Please no complains about it not working, it’s always being updated with new code.

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February 23, 2017, 06:19:26 AM
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Help Us Test Iguana

The new release with easy installers is coming early next week, possibly on Monday. If you just want to use the wallet then you should wait for it. However, if you would like to help the dev team and test Iguana you can do that today.

Instructions are here: https://github.com/SuperNETorg/Iguana

Give feedback & bug reports in our Slack channel #iguana and/or GitHub

This if for testing purposes only! Please no complains about it not working, it’s always being updated with new code.

Consider this a hot code right off the dev's computer on this repo. In the case of burns, or issues, don't complain.

It is only for the brave ones, who understands how to deal with expected technical issues and to get their hands on practice directly on the code.

Good for devs who are getting into crypto and learning new stuff and exploring Komodo and it's dev environment. But it's not good at all for an everyday user.

Happy playing and troubleshooting.

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February 23, 2017, 08:41:05 AM
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i am ready to test the client side DEX against the marketmaker linked LP node, except for the problem that bitcoin is currently effectively stopped.

blockstream has gotten its wish along with all small blockers and now we have a fee market where all small value tx are priced out and could wait for days (or weeks) to get confirmed. zero-conf tx run the distinct risk of expiring out of the mempool, so any business using zero-conf might be at risk of being double spent on.

just send zero-conf with normal txfee, then resend the utxo with a much higher txfee so it gets confirmed, assuming the nodes have enabled RBF.

anyway with more tx coming in per block than being processed, we get https://blockchain.info/charts/mempool-count

already we see artifacts from nodes having problems (big downward spikes). With more and more of the bitcoin ledger state in the volatile mempool, it is a matter of time before people switch to bitcoin unlimited and vote for 8MB blocks or at least 2MB blocks. Alternative is segwit 1.5MB block, which wont even handle the current load.

So, I cant test KMD/BTC DEX pair... I guess I will use the KMD/USD pair for DEX testing

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February 23, 2017, 10:14:31 AM
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Why the transaction function in wallet don't work again?
wallet notification:
sent transaction failed. prease check sent transaction page for details/
couldnt create rawtx
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February 23, 2017, 11:51:18 AM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
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February 23, 2017, 11:58:21 AM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
Yes,but dumpers like this have decreased.Problem now is BTC rising Grin
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February 23, 2017, 12:08:06 PM
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Native Komodo Wallet for MacOSX is in testing.

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February 23, 2017, 12:11:34 PM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
Yes,but dumpers like this have decreased.Problem now is BTC rising Grin

When the price plummets, dumpers won't dump and panic sellers got rid of komodo cruise, therefore no more worry about the price, strong investors will lead us to the island.
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February 23, 2017, 02:25:16 PM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people

No long term vision and distinct lack of patience. Lots of 'em around....

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February 23, 2017, 02:33:19 PM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
Yes,but dumpers like this have decreased.Problem now is BTC rising Grin

I think people are betting on the ETF decision which, at least this time around, is a real long shot. Less than 10% chance of approval. Also, China is shifting to other means of trading since "temporary" exchange shutdowns, India is most likely the next big BTC trader and other countries are discovering Bitcoin. It will all work out in the long run but, lots of volatility right now. KMD is well positioned to take advantage of many of these current and upcoming changes. People selling now are certainly short sighted traders, not users, not believers. Time will change that...
 

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February 23, 2017, 03:32:55 PM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
Yes,but dumpers like this have decreased.Problem now is BTC rising Grin

I think people are betting on the ETF decision which, at least this time around, is a real long shot. Less than 10% chance of approval. Also, China is shifting to other means of trading since "temporary" exchange shutdowns, India is most likely the next big BTC trader and other countries are discovering Bitcoin. It will all work out in the long run but, lots of volatility right now. KMD is well positioned to take advantage of many of these current and upcoming changes. People selling now are certainly short sighted traders, not users, not believers. Time will change that...
 
yes,rise of KMD is a matter of time.In some moment will start,sure of that
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February 23, 2017, 07:04:10 PM
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The other day, some noticed the bittrex wallet was slow to generate a KMD address. The reason was there was a bug in the local wallet code that inadvertently had a 1000 utxo limit. I made a fix for it right away and we deployed a hotfix that cleared up the issue.

However, during the incident assessment, we decided to make sure much larger utxo wont confuse the wallet. The goal was to get a stable wallet behavior with 1 million+ utxo, which we expect will be much more than any real world wallet would ever get.

So we created an internal assetchain called UTXO to create this million utxo wallet. With several nodes filling up blocks with tx to the same address, we got it to almost 600,000 utxo today.

After verifying that the tx sending still worked, but was sluggish, I added some optimizations and now it is still on the slow side (half a million utxo wallet after all!), it is running stable.

So, we will continue to push more utxo into the wallet and will continue to test as it goes above 1 million and beyond.


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February 23, 2017, 07:17:11 PM
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The other day, some noticed the bittrex wallet was slow to generate a KMD address. The reason was there was a bug in the local wallet code that inadvertently had a 1000 utxo limit. I made a fix for it right away and we deployed a hotfix that cleared up the issue.

However, during the incident assessment, we decided to make sure much larger utxo wont confuse the wallet. The goal was to get a stable wallet behavior with 1 million+ utxo, which we expect will be much more than any real world wallet would ever get.

So we created an internal assetchain called UTXO to create this million utxo wallet. With several nodes filling up blocks with tx to the same address, we got it to almost 600,000 utxo today.

After verifying that the tx sending still worked, but was sluggish, I added some optimizations and now it is still on the slow side (half a million utxo wallet after all!), it is running stable.

So, we will continue to push more utxo into the wallet and will continue to test as it goes above 1 million and beyond.



Good job. This will be my first time transferring some kmd to bittrex and it is slow. 30 confirmations is normal?
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February 23, 2017, 07:20:43 PM
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The other day, some noticed the bittrex wallet was slow to generate a KMD address. The reason was there was a bug in the local wallet code that inadvertently had a 1000 utxo limit. I made a fix for it right away and we deployed a hotfix that cleared up the issue.

However, during the incident assessment, we decided to make sure much larger utxo wont confuse the wallet. The goal was to get a stable wallet behavior with 1 million+ utxo, which we expect will be much more than any real world wallet would ever get.

So we created an internal assetchain called UTXO to create this million utxo wallet. With several nodes filling up blocks with tx to the same address, we got it to almost 600,000 utxo today.

After verifying that the tx sending still worked, but was sluggish, I added some optimizations and now it is still on the slow side (half a million utxo wallet after all!), it is running stable.

So, we will continue to push more utxo into the wallet and will continue to test as it goes above 1 million and beyond.



Good job. This will be my first time transferring some kmd to bittrex and it is slow. 30 confirmations is normal?
yes 20 confirmations is recommended.
make sure on blockexplorer (kpx.io) that your deposit made it to the blockchain

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The rising continues.

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February 23, 2017, 09:24:24 PM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
Yes,but dumpers like this have decreased.Problem now is BTC rising Grin

I think people are betting on the ETF decision which, at least this time around, is a real long shot. Less than 10% chance of approval. Also, China is shifting to other means of trading since "temporary" exchange shutdowns, India is most likely the next big BTC trader and other countries are discovering Bitcoin. It will all work out in the long run but, lots of volatility right now. KMD is well positioned to take advantage of many of these current and upcoming changes. People selling now are certainly short sighted traders, not users, not believers. Time will change that...
 
yes,rise of KMD is a matter of time.In some moment will start,sure of that

when you buy at 9000 selling at 12500 is near 40% gain , if it was done in several hours i can call it a good trade

and yes
KMD will rise and fall and rise again

this is trading
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February 23, 2017, 09:24:41 PM
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Some idiot dumped about 250k when we reached 12.5 k . Hate those people
These movements are great for averaging down your buy in price if you're holding long term.
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