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Author Topic: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - An Open, Composable Smart Chain Platform, Secured by B  (Read 1150509 times)
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January 31, 2017, 04:47:43 PM
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Iguana Desktop App Release

Today Satinder published a new version of the app, and we have been testing it the whole day. There shouldn't be any major issues with it, but of course there are always some bugs and some things to improve.

We recommend you use either 'Full Mode' or 'Basilisk Mode'.

You can download the wallet from here: https://github.com/SuperNETorg/iguana/releases

Unfortunately the OS X version is not yet ready, and will be published later.

For more information check out our guides:
Iguana Guide for Linux
Iguana Guide for Windows

Supernet.org Website

We are still working hard to get the new sit online today. When we get it online we will publish the Iguana Desktop app there also.

There are also a couple of updates queued up, which are waiting for the website.


only beta available - so we should install that or wait for the full release as stated before..?
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January 31, 2017, 04:49:12 PM
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Komodo appears on Waves Weekly Show, big thanks to the @wavesplatform team.


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January 31, 2017, 04:55:16 PM
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Komodo Mode Basilic work very nice, i suggest for moment try this mode!!  Wink Cool




Ps : If you need some KMD PM me!! Smiley
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January 31, 2017, 05:03:04 PM
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When the opportunity of mining solo in Windows Undecided
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January 31, 2017, 05:04:05 PM
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only beta available - so we should install that or wait for the full release as stated before..?

This is the official release, it is safe to use, but some bugs are of course possible.

We continue to test and develop this daily, and there will be many more 'beta' releases coming.

Apparently there is some bug on windows when using full mode, but according to yassin the Basilisk mode works nicely.


 - The app was in internal testing until we condemned it to be safe to use.
 - Next we published it on our Slack and did more testing
 - Now we open this beta to everyone, and welcome all to use it.
 - Someday we will have it so polished, that even your grandma can use it.

To fix all the bugs we need as much testing as possible, it being beta doesn't mean it would be unsafe to use.

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January 31, 2017, 05:11:53 PM
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only beta available - so we should install that or wait for the full release as stated before..?

This is the official release, it is safe to use, but some bugs are of course possible.

We continue to test and develop this daily, and there will be many more 'beta' releases coming.

Apparently there is some bug on windows when using full mode, but according to yassin the Basilisk mode works nicely.


 - The app was in internal testing until we condemned it to be safe to use.
 - Next we published it on our Slack and did more testing
 - Now we open this beta to everyone, and welcome all to use it.
 - Someday we will have it so polished, that even your grandma can use it.

To fix all the bugs we need as much testing as possible, it being beta doesn't mean it would be unsafe to use.

Great, works.
is there anyway to know\see where the blockchain stand in syncing?
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January 31, 2017, 05:18:35 PM
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I can not go to the ico page. is there a problem ?

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January 31, 2017, 05:39:59 PM
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I tried to install the Desktop App Iguana but it gives me error

Notification Service
Unable to connect with iguana service. 127.0.0.1:7778

What to do?
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January 31, 2017, 05:41:03 PM
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While checking my seed on the ico website I Get one address with payment sent to it.
When I use that seed to login in Iguana client - I get a totally different KMD address.

What am I doing wrong?
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EDIT: I logged out and re-logged in using my seed again and it works and I can see my balance.
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January 31, 2017, 05:46:45 PM
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Iguana Desktop App Release

Today Satinder published a new version of the app, and we have been testing it the whole day. There shouldn't be any major issues with it, but of course there are always some bugs and some things to improve.

We recommend you use either 'Full Mode' or 'Basilisk Mode'.

You can download the wallet from here: https://github.com/SuperNETorg/iguana/releases

Unfortunately the OS X version is not yet ready, and will be published later.

For more information check out our guides:
Iguana Guide for Linux
Iguana Guide for Windows

Supernet.org Website

We are still working hard to get the new sit online today. When we get it online we will publish the Iguana Desktop app there also.

There are also a couple of updates queued up, which are waiting for the website.

A Clarification

This is the official release, it is safe to use, but some bugs are of course possible.

We continue to test and develop this daily, and there will be many more 'beta' releases coming.

Apparently there is some bug on windows when using full mode, but according to yassin the Basilisk mode works nicely.


 - The app was in internal testing until we condemned it to be safe to use.
 - Next we published it on our Slack and did more testing
 - Now we open this beta to everyone, and welcome all to use it.
 - Someday we will have it so polished, that even your grandma can use it.

To fix all the bugs we need as much testing as possible, it being beta doesn't mean it would be unsafe to use.

There is only EasyDex interface, there is no iguana side.

OS : Win 10
version : 0.1.3
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January 31, 2017, 05:53:50 PM
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Take note, anyone running Komodod and KMD-nomp, can setup their own mining pool.

The guide has it setup to run locally for the miners, and the payment processing is off because there are bugs. But someone could fix it  Smiley

https://github.com/xRobeSx/kmd-nomp



Payment processing is off, ok, but if you find a block the coins have to go somewhere, and that is a a main address you set up in the NOMP pool or an address generated by the wallet created by komodod? Either way if you're solo mining, payouts feature doesn't matter as long as blocks rewards go to an address you control, correct?

1% of KMD not sure how much that amounts to. How many blocks is that in 24h on average and roughly how many coins for the same period?

Thanks.
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January 31, 2017, 05:58:56 PM
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Take note, anyone running Komodod and KMD-nomp, can setup their own mining pool.

The guide has it setup to run locally for the miners, and the payment processing is off because there are bugs. But someone could fix it  Smiley

https://github.com/xRobeSx/kmd-nomp



Payment processing is off, ok, but if you find a block the coins have to go somewhere, and that is a a main address you set up in the NOMP pool or an address generated by the wallet created by komodod? Either way if you're solo mining, payouts feature doesn't matter as long as blocks rewards go to an address you control, correct?

1% of KMD not sure how much that amounts to. How many blocks is that in 24h on average and roughly how many coins for the same period?

Thanks.
ave blocktime 1 min -> 1440 per day -> 1% about 14 per day
block reward 3 KMD -> ~40 KMD per day

not sure what the cost for GPU is per day, but if you only pay for electricity,then it should do quite well

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January 31, 2017, 06:00:26 PM
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How exactly is the REVS asset working? i'll get some KMD and Revs from the ICO site. will this all be in the iguana wallet?
yes and you will be able to DEX trade REVS against BTC, KMD, pax USD, etc.


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January 31, 2017, 06:02:13 PM
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Take note, anyone running Komodod and KMD-nomp, can setup their own mining pool.

The guide has it setup to run locally for the miners, and the payment processing is off because there are bugs. But someone could fix it  Smiley

https://github.com/xRobeSx/kmd-nomp



Payment processing is off, ok, but if you find a block the coins have to go somewhere, and that is a a main address you set up in the NOMP pool or an address generated by the wallet created by komodod? Either way if you're solo mining, payouts feature doesn't matter as long as blocks rewards go to an address you control, correct?

1% of KMD not sure how much that amounts to. How many blocks is that in 24h on average and roughly how many coins for the same period?

Thanks.

in the setup guide you find a spot to insert addresses. you would generate the addresses in Komodod and then place them in the config file. only the first one is need though with payment processing disabled. so then all of your mining would go to that address, you control it with komodod.

the payment processing allows it automatically send to the private address, then send to a transparent address, and then send to workers.
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January 31, 2017, 06:08:15 PM
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How to run gpuminer?
Komodo windows wallet?
Please tutorial!
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January 31, 2017, 06:14:31 PM
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How to run gpuminer?
Komodo windows wallet?
Please tutorial!
mining is only on unix

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January 31, 2017, 06:14:53 PM
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 I will start processing the next batch in about an hour

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January 31, 2017, 06:25:26 PM
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We recommend you use either 'Full Mode' or 'Basilisk Mode'.

Apparently there is some bug on windows when using full mode, but according to yassin the Basilisk mode works nicely.

Was wondering what the differences between these two modes are. Is Basilisk an equivalent to a light mode? Or is there a light mode? I assume I would discover that when installing but just wanted to get the info before that. Thx.

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January 31, 2017, 06:30:10 PM
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We recommend you use either 'Full Mode' or 'Basilisk Mode'.

Apparently there is some bug on windows when using full mode, but according to yassin the Basilisk mode works nicely.

Was wondering what the differences between these two modes are. Is Basilisk an equivalent to a light mode? Or is there a light mode? I assume I would discover that when installing but just wanted to get the info before that. Thx.

Basilisk is lite mode. You do not download the blockchain, but simply connect to notary nodes.
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January 31, 2017, 06:36:45 PM
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We recommend you use either 'Full Mode' or 'Basilisk Mode'.

Apparently there is some bug on windows when using full mode, but according to yassin the Basilisk mode works nicely.

Was wondering what the differences between these two modes are. Is Basilisk an equivalent to a light mode? Or is there a light mode? I assume I would discover that when installing but just wanted to get the info before that. Thx.

Basilisk is a mode similar to a "Lite" mode  but  with several important key differences.   Traditional Lite Clients  connect to a CENTRAL SERVER and execute transactions FROM THAT SERVER.

Basilisk mode  connects to ELIGIBLE IGUANA FULL NODES  and sign transactions   LOCALLY.


These key differences mean  that unlike traditional lite clients   your coin is still kept on your system.  



Full nodes  are just that,  you sync a copy of the entire blockchain  and run as a normal node on the network.    
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