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November 17, 2017, 12:36:35 AM
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it seems that you become a developer Smiley. if so then you have every right to roll back. good luck. ps. this better not happen again.
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November 17, 2017, 12:38:08 AM
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The CoinInfo section at Cryptopia has a basic Explorer that shows which PhilosopherStone block it is on at any given moment.  This at least lets you know if you are on the same block as they are.  Since this is currently the only exchange where you can trade PHS I guess it should be the authority until a better Explorer has been re-established.

http://philosopherstones.org/block/ works well.
nice job,Thanks!
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November 17, 2017, 12:39:03 AM
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good luck for ICO
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December 05, 2017, 10:02:55 PM
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New version is out.
You can check changes in the source code on GitHub - https://github.com/VladK75/philosopherstone
Binaries and new bootstrap here - https://github.com/VladK75/philosopherstone/releases/tag/v1.6.6.7

Unfortunately no fancy graphics for now.

This release adds two reward halving in Sept 2019 and Sept 2021, and allows longer transaction messages to be compatible with modern version of Florincoin.

Aside form these the release is intended more for the new users. It has DNS seeds and is looking for bootstrap file in the same folder with the client.

I also speed up bootstrapping for about 20%, but it is less secure now. Do not use bootstrap file from untrusted source.

To avoid hard fork everybody should use descenders of this release before first halving. But it will be in two years.


New 1.6.6.7 fork for ARMv7, (p.e. Raspberry Pi2+3)

Hi VladK,
Thanks for your new version 1.6.6.7. But unfortunately the majority is still using 1.6.6.4. Sure the link on http://philosopherstones.org/ points to the basic 1.6.6.4 version. But another reason might be that you just offer a binary for 64bit Windows. Until Yesterday it was not possible to compile it on Raspberry PI. But now it is possible with this fork: https://github.com/toxtox/philosopherstone
Please have a look at the pull request for merging this feature into your fork: https://github.com/VladK75/philosopherstone/pull/1

Running PhilosopherStone-wallet on a low power consumption device with ARMv7 would make the POS only coin even GREENER!
(Even when the wallet is permanently running 24/7 as full node for stabilizing the network and for bringing 1.6.6.7 version a head!)
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December 06, 2017, 06:28:47 PM
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New 1.6.6.7 fork for ARMv7, (p.e. Raspberry Pi2+3)

Hi VladK,
Thanks for your new version 1.6.6.7. But unfortunately the majority is still using 1.6.6.4. Sure the link on http://philosopherstones.org/ points to the basic 1.6.6.4 version. But another reason might be that you just offer a binary for 64bit Windows. Until Yesterday it was not possible to compile it on Raspberry PI. But now it is possible with this fork: https://github.com/toxtox/philosopherstone
Please have a look at the pull request for merging this feature into your fork: https://github.com/VladK75/philosopherstone/pull/1

Running PhilosopherStone-wallet on a low power consumption device with ARMv7 would make the POS only coin even GREENER!
(Even when the wallet is permanently running 24/7 as full node for stabilizing the network and for bringing 1.6.6.7 version a head!)

Thank you for helping PHS developing. I'll check your pull request. I have some stability issues with scrypt code in 1.6.6.4 under Windows and I took the one from Hobonickels. If your code works on all platforms I'll add it.
If somebody needs Raspberry version right now, they can use your repository.
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December 06, 2017, 09:31:29 PM
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I have some stability issues with scrypt code in 1.6.6.4 under Windows and I took the one from Hobonickels. If your code works on all platforms I'll add it.

Until today this fork is running on my Raspberry Pi3 on Kali-Linux for about one week, but I have not seen any stability issues yet. Maybe avoiding the usage of SSE2 in combination with the new additional "src/scrypt-arm.S"-file for ARMv7-cpus improves the stability.

Currently the Windows code on a x86-cpu is still the same as in your 1.6.6.7 fork. Only if an ARMv7 cpu is detected the new "src/scrypt-arm.S"-file is used and SSE2 is not used (no #include <xmmintrin.h>). I just merged manually this commit
https://github.com/feldenthorne/Diamond/commit/01046753bf3e566d000854a41a2417493bd8db7c#diff-692b9d8596020ed1936d7f5af9508722
in your 1.6.6.7 fork.
But you could try if the stability is better on windows if you avoid SSE2 and use "src/scrypt-arm.S"-file for all cpus.

By the way compiling was a little bit tricky because the of the dependency on the old openssl versions (p.e. 0.9.8g)
Newer openssl versions might fail due to this bug/missing commit:
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/4ec3561eb3473638230ef780b41343bc6284b460
If you have trouble with openssl installation change the hardcoded openssl-PATHEes in the *.pro-files and try to compile with
make SUBLIBS=-L/usr/local/ssl/lib

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December 09, 2017, 10:27:48 AM
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I only just realized that the information about PHS in Coinmarketcap.com was incorrect.
I've contacted them to share with them the new website, block explorer, and official Github repository.

Wish you guys a good weekend!

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December 10, 2017, 09:44:23 PM
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I only just realized that the information about PHS in Coinmarketcap.com was incorrect.
I've contacted them to share with them the new website, block explorer, and official Github repository.

Wish you guys a good weekend!

Thanks for contacting Coinmarketcap.com. I have seen that the links to tho website, the block explorer and github are already working again on Coinmarketcap.com for PHS now.
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