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Author Topic: [ANN][KMD][dPoW] Komodo - An Open, Composable Smart Chain Platform, Secured by B  (Read 1188969 times)
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July 07, 2017, 05:27:07 PM
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A black day for kmd ....1,29$ :-(

Pump&Dump game of always.I will not sell any coin.Rich or die Grin
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July 07, 2017, 08:24:30 PM
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@JL777B  I found this information about listing on Poloniex. What I found interesting is the part were they require developer/leads to have fully verified accounts on Poloniex.  I'm not sure if you have done this however it's worth looking into for the future of Komodo.

https://poloniex.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/1000229325-how-can-i-get-a-coin-listed-on-poloniex-

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We don't have a definitive set of criteria as each project is unique. We listen to the community and select projects that we believe are unique, innovative, and that our users would be interested in trading. We also look for products that have strong (organic) market demand.

Some takeaways:
We cannot list any token that resembles a security. We suggest token devs familiarize themselves with The Howey Test.

The developers/leads of any token exchanged on the platform must have fully verified accounts. Since tracking down dev teams and requesting ID verification can be quite time consuming, this is something the project team could do in advance to greatly expedite the process, in the event we do decide to list.

Note: We do not accept payment for listing. If you are contacted by any party soliciting payments while claiming to represent Poloniex, notify us immediately.
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July 07, 2017, 09:55:56 PM
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i guess the price is 1.35 end of the month
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July 07, 2017, 10:33:30 PM
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A black day for kmd ....1,29$ :-(

Pump&Dump game of always.I will not sell any coin.Rich or die Grin
to sell isn't a problem if at the end of a bearish day you buy back KMDs worthing the same btc amount you had from that sold

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July 07, 2017, 10:35:37 PM
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I will be at next event asking to refund me the 630 kmd of lost interests

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July 07, 2017, 10:48:38 PM
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A black day for kmd ....1,29$ :-(


Well all is affected by bearish season. Always an opportunity to buy some at this low level of price. Specially with KMD its some sort ICO price again .
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July 07, 2017, 11:38:07 PM
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A black day for kmd ....1,29$ :-(


Well all is affected by bearish season. Always an opportunity to buy some at this low level of price. Specially with KMD its some sort ICO price again .
Not quite. ICO price was around 10 cents

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July 08, 2017, 06:02:27 AM
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Hello all. Recently researched up on Komodo and I love the potential. I managed to mine up a few coins on my weak GPU but its horribly slow but I am very interested in investing for the long term, in fact I just bought my first coins today. Downloaded Agama and  I read Grandmas guide but I still have a few questions about the wallet if you don't mind.

1. I realize its in new and some bugs should be expected but I find myself constantly having to refresh connections and reset cache to get balances to appear. Sometimes I have to restart the wallet. Gets kind of annoying when its a 50 word password. Normal for everyone? Any luck with one wallet mode over another?

2. How does interest work? Do I have to do anything special to gain interest? Does it work for any wallet mode?

3. What exactly does it mean to "backup" my seed or secret private keys. I get that I'm saving something in my roaming/komodo folder but I'm a little confused and it seems important so I want to do it right.

4. The 3 numbers in the upper left hand- success, error and pending. What are they?

 
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Hello all. Recently researched up on Komodo and I love the potential. I managed to mine up a few coins on my weak GPU but its horribly slow but I am very interested in investing for the long term, in fact I just bought my first coins today. Downloaded Agama and  I read Grandmas guide but I still have a few questions about the wallet if you don't mind.

1. I realize its in new and some bugs should be expected but I find myself constantly having to refresh connections and reset cache to get balances to appear. Sometimes I have to restart the wallet. Gets kind of annoying when its a 50 word password. Normal for everyone? Any luck with one wallet mode over another?

2. How does interest work? Do I have to do anything special to gain interest? Does it work for any wallet mode?

3. What exactly does it mean to "backup" my seed or secret private keys. I get that I'm saving something in my roaming/komodo folder but I'm a little confused and it seems important so I want to do it right.

4. The 3 numbers in the upper left hand- success, error and pending. What are they?
 

1) It is still a little buggy, but they are working on it. I find when I have issues, it is best to restart the wallet. - Also you can check your wallet balance in the online blockchain explorer: explorer website:
http://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/address/YOUR-ADRESS-GOES-HERE
 

2) You collect 5% interest on KMD simply by holding it in your wallet. Every once in awhile send your self .001 KMD to see that interest in your balance. More info here: https://supernet.org/en/resources/articles/receive-free-coins-quaranteed-kmd-interest

3) This just means you should keep your keys backed up in a safe place like in a local password manager.

4) Not sure
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1) It is still a little buggy, but they are working on it. I find when I have issues, it is best to restart the wallet. - Also you can check your wallet balance in the online blockchain explorer: explorer website:
http://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/address/YOUR-ADRESS-GOES-HERE
 

2) You collect 5% interest on KMD simply by holding it in your wallet. Every once in awhile send your self .001 KMD to see that interest in your balance. More info here: https://supernet.org/en/resources/articles/receive-free-coins-quaranteed-kmd-interest

3) This just means you should keep your keys backed up in a safe place like in a local password manager.

4) Not sure

Thanks for the replies. When you say send myself KMD you mean send it from an exchange or mining pool or something to my Agama wallet?

"If you want to accumulate even more KMD you need to get your interest to earn more interest. You won't receive the new coins until you have sent the coins, so the more often they are sent, the more KMD you receive."

Still a little confused.
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1) It is still a little buggy, but they are working on it. I find when I have issues, it is best to restart the wallet. - Also you can check your wallet balance in the online blockchain explorer: explorer website:
http://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/address/YOUR-ADRESS-GOES-HERE
 

2) You collect 5% interest on KMD simply by holding it in your wallet. Every once in awhile send your self .001 KMD to see that interest in your balance. More info here: https://supernet.org/en/resources/articles/receive-free-coins-quaranteed-kmd-interest

3) This just means you should keep your keys backed up in a safe place like in a local password manager.

4) Not sure

Thanks for the replies. When you say send myself KMD you mean send it from an exchange or mining pool or something to my Agama wallet?

"If you want to accumulate even more KMD you need to get your interest to earn more interest. You won't receive the new coins until you have sent the coins, so the more often they are sent, the more KMD you receive."

Still a little confused.

Interest is claimed when you spend a valid utxo .  So send a tx from your wallet to yourself
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1) It is still a little buggy, but they are working on it. I find when I have issues, it is best to restart the wallet. - Also you can check your wallet balance in the online blockchain explorer: explorer website:
http://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/address/YOUR-ADRESS-GOES-HERE
 

2) You collect 5% interest on KMD simply by holding it in your wallet. Every once in awhile send your self .001 KMD to see that interest in your balance. More info here: https://supernet.org/en/resources/articles/receive-free-coins-quaranteed-kmd-interest

3) This just means you should keep your keys backed up in a safe place like in a local password manager.

4) Not sure

Thanks for the replies. When you say send myself KMD you mean send it from an exchange or mining pool or something to my Agama wallet?

"If you want to accumulate even more KMD you need to get your interest to earn more interest. You won't receive the new coins until you have sent the coins, so the more often they are sent, the more KMD you receive."

Still a little confused.

I mean send it from your Agama wallet to your Agama wallet. Your send and receive addresses are the same. You need to get it off and keep it off the exchange to earn interest.
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barterDEX testing found connectivity issues between nodes as the main problem. This required totally revamping the low level networking and actually totally changing how the pubkey based communications are done.

I decided to go to a broadcast method, which is theoretically more bandwidth intensive, but due to the redundancy needed to ensure the time critical packets got to the destination, it was using the bandwidth anyway. And if the design is a broadcast method, it means that we can add point to point encryption for all the pubkey based comms.

So I did.

I also streamlined the broadcast mechanism and added a broadcasting service that the LP nodes do for client nodes. This allows any client to request a broadcast of an encrypted packet to the network. Now I am tracking the number of redundant packets sent to make sure we aren't flooding the network.

PULL dup.1 (30 / 139) 21.6% encrypted.0 recv.4015931715 [7b 22] vs 43 41 U.102

About 20% redundant packets, which is not bad at all. Since the atomic swap is using pubkey based messaging, this means that the atomic swaps are done in the dark. Of course there are still indirect means that can be used to determine who did a trade at a certain time, just by looking at the blockchains, so it isnt anything like zeroknowledge level privacy, but having all the trade details under encryption certainly makes it harder for others to know what is going on.

This will of course create a bit of a problem when trying to gather stats, but I have an idea on how to do that without infringing on the privacy.

As I have discussed before nodes that cant bind ports that other nodes can connect to (virtually all home isps!) is the hardest case. Of course we want to support this case as the alternative is that anybody that wants to post an order long term would need to run a vps. The new broadcast mode is designed to work much more reliably with such nodes. And in fact was able to list some JUMBLR for sale and then fill it from another node!

This means that even now, anybody can run a barterDEX client, post orders and have it filled, without requiring the LP nodes to be involved in anything but the routing of packets (which do not have any ip address information of the client). Now if a client uses canbind:<nonzero> then it will need to give its ip address to the nodes it trades with, but with the trade details encrypted it is only to the counterparties to a trade. Still if you do a lot of trades maybe this is not so good, and canbind:0 is the way to go, as the ip address you give to the counterparties is the ipaddress of the LPnode that created a psock for you.

 A psock is a paired socket that the LPnodes binds on two ports. These ports are then published and exactly one node can connect to each one. This also provides a mutual exclusion functionality and with the connection address under encryption it makes any wannabe interlopers job much more difficult, even if they manage to become a man in the middle. The LP node does not even get the ip address in the request or even the pubkey of who is requesting it, it just allocates a psock and then whenever there is data available on either port just sends it from one port to the other. Of course, given wireshark level data the LP node that makes the psock for you will be able to determine your IP address, but with proper precautions you can make it so that it wont matter, ie use a vps node as your client.

Anyway, I have been busy getting barterDEX production ready and it is almost passing all the required musthave test points. We still need to do the stress testing and illegal input type of tests along with disconnection during atomic swaps, so not done yet, but the finish line is now appearing visible.

I tried doing a JUMBLR/BTC atomic swap and it actually almost worked, it seems the autofee calculation is a bit wonky, but considering this was the first BTC swap I even tried, it is not a bad result

dexfee: https://blockchain.info/tx/f827cde2f79fa67118529567f023ecaf1907cd3324dedc3f45eb01ea9d275d04 0.0001 BTC

bobdeposit: 6cefc5325c6d606362d91187b9066aca8c28f15b71daab8a8131040d25faf3c4 1.12498750 JUMBLR

alicepayment: https://blockchain.info/tx/957e3bdb555e79206c91ea7d0110826867e3780866ef5795136def0443202397 0.0044996 BTC

bobpayment: e573f7aa397d4d38580c4886f3008214fb80a4616971215fd2b2a73dd0592c30 1.00000000 JUMBLR

alicespend: 9254b848a7e0644c553605394c910d90b39405a03fca8ffa68ceec61790ee4c3 1.00000000 JUMBLR (this is a bug where the txfee was not deducted)

bobspend: 01000000019723204304ef6d139557ef660878e367688210017dea916c20795e55db3b7e9500000 000db0048304502210099723f1d7912b8ce431aa28e3a6b809aa591c5afeb789e0529fc90866b0b 960802204cf5d62f140808491ceeef21d8ccddfa6f7d1ee638a1f0b6d8b5d89c9fc645850148304 502210090696d279ac68121e9b72b35b2064947a998f0ab3b24e79e27a85cc7f05f4bba02200583 d64b4a1d6563ee65f54702ef371b121fdbbf539168b3b13ca88942f40ceb0147522102725643f29 e4139071c632c6cf0ff84108070074eec46ba11376052492e13406f210383d62d25e9ef6087dc92 a4d16c40eb21272f3407feb65f772ecd59539dc329da52aeffffffff01a8dd0600000000001976a 914efdfb7a012b73ad7a2aecfa013d231dd9b6736c088ac00000000
error due to insufficient priority trying to spend 449960 sats when input is the same

bobrefund: 01cb13f6fa9e0c2f4ddcfc0ff9642c49f13e7f2b632dfc47cbcdfc1a2b8a4611 1.12488750 JUMBLR

We seem to be down to some small issues with the error recovery code. I am using the same code for error recovery as for the mainstream swap cases to minimize the amount of code needed and maximize the code path coverage.
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I'm trying to understand everything, but it's a but too technical for me... can you do a tl;dr for me and other n00bs? Cheers. Smiley

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I'm trying to understand everything, but it's a but too technical for me... can you do a tl;dr for me and other n00bs? Cheers. Smiley
barterDEX is nearing full functionality. On unix and osx, nodes can post orders and fill orders. this is only command line, please dont ask "when gui?"

I estimate another week or two to identify all the edge cases and fixing them shouldnt take long. We have a very active group doing very good testing now.

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Things are progressing well.

I think a few months down the line people will be kicking themselves that they didnt horde KMD at the current price point.

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July 08, 2017, 08:07:11 PM
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I made my first Atomic Swap today on Komodo Platform's Barter DEX !!!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
SWAP completed! 1785385111-428187355 {"requestid":1785385111,"quoteid":428187355,"txs":[],"sentflags":["alicespend", "bobpayment", "alicepayment", "bobdeposit", "myfee", "bobreclaim"],"values":[99.99989901, 0, 99.99999901, 1.00019899, 112.49998638, 0, 0.00128712, 0, 99.99999901, 0, 0],"result":"success","status":"finished","paymentspent":"1ebabfadf2d899ee8aa52d9caf3ca4ec08727ace299aad351c073b0b0dadcc8f","Apaymentspent":"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000","depositspent":"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"}
second call.({"requestid":1785385111,"quoteid":428187355,"txs":[],"sentflags":["alicespend", "bobpayment", "alicepayment", "bobdeposit", "myfee", "bobreclaim"],"values":[99.99989901, 0, 99.99999901, 1.00019899, 112.49998638, 0, 0.00128712, 0, 99.99999901, 0, 0],"result":"success","status":"finished","paymentspent":"1ebabfadf2d899ee8aa52d9caf3ca4ec08727ace299aad351c073b0b0dadcc8f","Apaymentspent":"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000","depositspent":"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"})

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July 08, 2017, 08:15:38 PM
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I'm trying to understand everything, but it's a but too technical for me... can you do a tl;dr for me and other n00bs? Cheers. Smiley
barterDEX is nearing full functionality. On unix and osx, nodes can post orders and fill orders. this is only command line, please dont ask "when gui?"

I estimate another week or two to identify all the edge cases and fixing them shouldnt take long. We have a very active group doing very good testing now.



Thank you for the fast reply!!

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Things are progressing well.

I think a few months down the line people will be kicking themselves that they didnt horde KMD at the current price point.



Huge undertaking getting close to coming together.  Cannot wait to see what this becomes......
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