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Author Topic: [NEW CURRENCY] Maria 2.0 was banned, here is her proof. The birth of Bytecoin!  (Read 101960 times)
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April 04, 2013, 12:55:39 PM
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Buying 4k Bytecoins for 0.4 Bitcoins. PM me. Ill send first to reputable forum goer.

There are 8 bits in 1 byte. So lets aim for 8 BTC = 1 BTE.  Cheesy

btw, these 4k Bytecoins are 4000 Bytecoins or 4096? Smiley
I see what you did there lol
I think 4000.

4000BTC per 1BTE. Jesus!

Not Jesus. Maria 2.0
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April 04, 2013, 01:08:50 PM
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Buying 4k Bytecoins for 0.4 Bitcoins. PM me. Ill send first to reputable forum goer.

There are 8 bits in 1 byte. So lets aim for 8 BTC = 1 BTE.  Cheesy

btw, these 4k Bytecoins are 4000 Bytecoins or 4096? Smiley
I see what you did there lol
I think 4000.

4000BTC per 1BTE. Jesus!
no no no
Like computer RAM
1 GB = 1024
4 GB = 4096

If someone says 4k, is it 4k or 4096 coins they owe us? Cheesy
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April 04, 2013, 01:18:54 PM
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no no no
Like computer RAM
1 GB = 1024
4 GB = 4096

If someone says 4k, is it 4k or 4096 coins they owe us? Cheesy

1 GB = 1073741824 bytecoins FYI.

NB: There are only 21000000 bytecoins (20,027 MBTE)
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April 04, 2013, 01:45:59 PM
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You don't understand
We were talking about bit and byte etc
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April 04, 2013, 01:48:57 PM
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nibblecoin next?

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April 04, 2013, 01:53:51 PM
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You don't understand
We were talking about bit and byte etc


I do. Just interesting combinations came to my mind. Like "how many bytecoins in 1k mBTE"... Smiley
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April 04, 2013, 01:59:33 PM
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You don't understand
We were talking about bit and byte etc


I do. Just interesting combinations came to my mind. Like "how many bytecoins in 1k mBTE"... Smiley
Oh, alright. Sorry Smiley
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April 04, 2013, 05:33:02 PM
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Just finished automating the faucet! Cheesy

Payouts and Donations are now instant, 24/7! It also saves me from doing a lot of pointless work!

Try it now! http://bytecoin.us.to:8000/

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April 04, 2013, 05:40:28 PM
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nibblecoin next?
This. A thousand times this.

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April 04, 2013, 05:41:48 PM
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Just finished automating the faucet! Cheesy

Payouts and Donations are now instant, 24/7! It also saves me from doing a lot of pointless work!

Try it now! http://bytecoin.us.to:8000/

is the p2pool node working yet?

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April 04, 2013, 05:48:07 PM
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Just finished automating the faucet! Cheesy

Payouts and Donations are now instant, 24/7! It also saves me from doing a lot of pointless work!

Try it now! http://bytecoin.us.to:8000/

is the p2pool node working yet?

The pool has been running since yesterday, it had roughly 6GH/s last time I checked. As for the payments to the faucet, that is going to be a bit awkward. I have a separate wallet for the pool payout, but the pool and the faucet require me to keep bytecoin running, and on the faucet wallet. I might be able to get access to another computer soon, so there is no need to worry Smiley

Pool: http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

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April 04, 2013, 05:48:50 PM
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So I tried to run bytecoind on Ubunutu 12.04 and get this error:
"error while loading shared libraries: libboost_system.so.1.42.0"

Any hints how to solve this?

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April 04, 2013, 05:54:34 PM
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So I tried to run bytecoind on Ubunutu 12.04 and get this error:
"error while loading shared libraries: libboost_system.so.1.42.0"

Any hints how to solve this?

Try installing the package 'libboost-all-dev', that's what it seems to be looking for

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April 04, 2013, 05:55:57 PM
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So I tried to run bytecoind on Ubunutu 12.04 and get this error:
"error while loading shared libraries: libboost_system.so.1.42.0"

Any hints how to solve this?

Have you got the package libboost-all-dev installed? It seems that it requires that to run
Yeah, I got that but this gives me the  libboost 1.46.0 libraries, but bytecoind is asking for 1.42.0

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April 04, 2013, 06:01:06 PM
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So I tried to run bytecoind on Ubunutu 12.04 and get this error:
"error while loading shared libraries: libboost_system.so.1.42.0"

Any hints how to solve this?

Have you got the package libboost-all-dev installed? It seems that it requires that to run
Yeah, I got that but this gives me the  libboost 1.46.0 libraries, but bytecoind is asking for 1.42.0

Try 'libboost1.42-all-dev', I think that *should* work, otherwise you could consider compiling bytecoind from source

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April 04, 2013, 06:04:40 PM
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So I tried to run bytecoind on Ubunutu 12.04 and get this error:
"error while loading shared libraries: libboost_system.so.1.42.0"

Any hints how to solve this?

Have you got the package libboost-all-dev installed? It seems that it requires that to run
Yeah, I got that but this gives me the  libboost 1.46.0 libraries, but bytecoind is asking for 1.42.0

Try 'libboost1.42-all-dev', I think that should work, otherwise you could consider compiling bytecoind from source
Tried that as well, but get these:
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E: Unable to locate package libboost1.42-all-dev
E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'libboost1.42-all-dev'

Also tried to build from source, but I'm no Linux guy at all and don't have any idea how to do this.
I tried using this helpful tutorial: https://gist.github.com/WyseNynja/2503687
But unfortunately it did not work out for me.

Would be great if someone who knows what he's doing could compile a working bytecoind for current Ubuntu 12.04.

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April 04, 2013, 06:11:22 PM
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Try 'libboost1.42-all-dev', I think that should work, otherwise you could consider compiling bytecoind from source
Tried that as well, but get these:
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E: Unable to locate package libboost1.42-all-dev
E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'libboost1.42-all-dev'

Also tried to build from source, but I'm no Linux guy at all and don't have any idea how to do this.
I tried using this helpful tutorial: https://gist.github.com/WyseNynja/2503687
But unfortunately it did not work out for me.

Would be great if someone who knows what he's doing could compile a working bytecoind for current Ubuntu 12.04.

Oh ok, sorry, I just found that on the Ubuntu package library.

I would compile it for you if I could, but unfortunately I use Ubuntu 12.10, so the compiled package might have some incompatibilities. I hope you can find someone trustworthy to compile it for you, otherwise you could try following a guide for compiling bitcoind, just using the bytecoin source.

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April 04, 2013, 06:14:19 PM
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I would compile it for you if I could, but unfortunately I use Ubuntu 12.10, so the compiled package might have some incompatibilities. I hope you can find someone trustworthy to compile it for you, otherwise you could try following a guide for compiling bitcoind, just using the bytecoin source.

 Would be awesome if you could compile it – Ubuntu 12.10 is good for me, I can just throw up a VM Ubuntu 12.10.

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April 04, 2013, 06:15:32 PM
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Just finished automating the faucet! Cheesy

Payouts and Donations are now instant, 24/7! It also saves me from doing a lot of pointless work!

Try it now! http://bytecoin.us.to:8000/

is the p2pool node working yet?

The pool has been running since yesterday, it had roughly 6GH/s last time I checked. As for the payments to the faucet, that is going to be a bit awkward. I have a separate wallet for the pool payout, but the pool and the faucet require me to keep bytecoin running, and on the faucet wallet. I might be able to get access to another computer soon, so there is no need to worry Smiley

Pool: http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

hm im not getting any payouts. I put my address as the username and the password as 1 and set it to port 6327 just like you said. My guiminer says i have found 98 shares and no payout O.o

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April 04, 2013, 06:16:35 PM
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"why not tackle a few issues" the way i see it the scalability problem is bitcoins only issue. And yes there is a scalability problem, right now bitcoin users store every bitcoin transaction in the world on their computers, if 7 billion people were using bitcoin we couldnt be expected to record every time anyone anywhere in the world purchased a couple of bananas or a pack of gum.

Which is a design issue that could be fixed in a much cleaner way than "Hey I got an idea, let's just copy and paste the whole source tree!"


The fallacy here, in my mind, is that Bitcoin (and BillyBobCoin and InsertPersonsNameHereCoin and TotallyDifferentFromBitcoinCoin and whatever other name Bitcoin carbon copies will have) all share the same flaw. And your proposed solution to fix this - as far as I can infer - is to start completely anew, rather than solve the problem properly. It doesn't sit well in my mind and there has to be a more elegant solution.


My apologies in advance if I've misinterpreted anything, by the way.

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