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Author Topic: [MOON] Mooncoin 🌙 40395 funded addresses. 2,000,729 txs. 5 block explorers  (Read 239527 times)
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April 05, 2017, 04:59:05 PM
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I will be assisting Barrysty1e with mining from this point forward as well to help insure continuous mining for our coin. I will begin mining tonight.

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April 05, 2017, 08:02:27 PM
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Other pools and block explorers; can you please update to the latest commit available on github.

Or at a minimum; attempt to restart your current node with -maxtipage=999999.
A lot of code concerning optimization/correct behaviour of getheaders was introduced - and i notice that a lot of early 0.10.5 clients simply display the following after a 'getpeerinfo':

"synced_headers" : -1
"synced_blocks" : -1

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April 06, 2017, 06:38:03 AM
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Is there a way to speed up blockchain confirmations? e.g. higher hashrate? 

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April 06, 2017, 07:49:20 AM
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Is there a way to speed up blockchain confirmations? e.g. higher hashrate?  

Confirmations can be taken two different ways; do you mean the amount of blocks it takes mined MOON to become spendable (COINBASE_MATURITY), or the amount of blocks required before MOON received can be spent, if it is sent to you by someone else?

Hashrate will help, but due to the block difficulty retargetting algorithm it will always even out.

Multiple confirmations in cryptocurrency are viewed as a good thing; as it means that the existing work has been proof'd multiple times, which aids in keeping the network secure.

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April 06, 2017, 07:55:23 AM
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The new logo is nicer than before but too plain Smiley
You have not published a lot of updates, even though the work is intense. Hope will succeed.



we are waiting intensely for this new update over it.
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April 06, 2017, 08:08:20 AM
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The new logo is nicer than before but too plain Smiley
You have not published a lot of updates, even though the work is intense. Hope will succeed.
we are waiting intensely for this new update over it.

https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/releases/tag/0.10.5-tokenblock

or do you specifically mean the inclusion of the new logo

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April 06, 2017, 09:07:02 AM
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Network working well now : average block time 93sec ----> 929 blocks day ---->500ml Mooncoin montly  Shocked

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April 06, 2017, 09:21:19 AM
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Network working well now : average block time 93sec ----> 929 blocks day ---->500ml Mooncoin montly  Shocked

Huh? thought, the blockhalving was here?


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April 06, 2017, 09:31:17 AM
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Network working well now : average block time 93sec ----> 929 blocks day ---->500ml Mooncoin montly  Shocked

Huh? thought, the blockhalving was here?



From 1100000 up to 1199999 blocks ---> next blockhalving 1200.000 expected 18/07/2017  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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April 06, 2017, 10:05:28 AM
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Good morning from Greece. I am interesting for mooncoin mining with cpu (wallet in my desktop). So, I am waiting for the good news. Smiley

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April 06, 2017, 10:20:05 AM
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Hi all,

Block reward changes as below:
block: 1100000 reward: 17906
block: 1200000 reward: 16414
block: 1300000 reward: 15151
block: 1400000 reward: 14069
block: 1500000 reward: 13131
block: 1600000 reward: 12310
block: 1700000 reward: 11586
block: 1800000 reward: 10942
block: 1900000 reward: 10366
block: 2000000 reward: 9848
block: 2100000 reward: 9379
block: 2200000 reward: 8953
block: 2300000 reward: 8564
block: 2400000 reward: 8207
block: 2500000 reward: 7878
block: 2600000 reward: 7575
block: 2700000 reward: 7295
block: 2800000 reward: 7034
block: 2900000 reward: 6792
block: 3000000 reward: 6565
block: 3100000 reward: 6353
block: 3200000 reward: 6155
block: 3300000 reward: 5968
block: 3400000 reward: 5793
block: 3500000 reward: 5627
block: 3600000 reward: 5471
block: 3700000 reward: 5323
block: 3800000 reward: 5183
block: 3900000 reward: 5050
block: 4000000 reward: 4924

https://github.com/mooncoindev/moonschedule contains code showing the function working (as extracted from mooncoin 0.10.5)

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April 06, 2017, 10:24:31 AM
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Additionally because i'm an eccentric character:

moonterm (spv mooncoin console client)


fully working SPV-client (no blockchain required)
ported from https://github.com/bit-c/bitc.git
a very well written base for any SPV client, out of respect for the author i will keep the codebase name as is

if there is sufficient interest i will release the source,
i'm currently using it to learn about transaction constructor/serialization.

(stay tuned for the commodore vic20 edition)

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April 06, 2017, 10:29:33 AM
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Hi all,

Block reward changes as below:
block: 1100000 reward: 17906
block: 1200000 reward: 16414
block: 1300000 reward: 15151
block: 1400000 reward: 14069
block: 1500000 reward: 13131
block: 1600000 reward: 12310
block: 1700000 reward: 11586
block: 1800000 reward: 10942
block: 1900000 reward: 10366
block: 2000000 reward: 9848
block: 2100000 reward: 9379
block: 2200000 reward: 8953
block: 2300000 reward: 8564
block: 2400000 reward: 8207
block: 2500000 reward: 7878
block: 2600000 reward: 7575
block: 2700000 reward: 7295
block: 2800000 reward: 7034
block: 2900000 reward: 6792
block: 3000000 reward: 6565
block: 3100000 reward: 6353
block: 3200000 reward: 6155
block: 3300000 reward: 5968
block: 3400000 reward: 5793
block: 3500000 reward: 5627
block: 3600000 reward: 5471
block: 3700000 reward: 5323
block: 3800000 reward: 5183
block: 3900000 reward: 5050
block: 4000000 reward: 4924

https://github.com/mooncoindev/moonschedule contains code showing the function working (as extracted from mooncoin 0.10.5)

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There is a suggestion to make these rewards 1/10 of current in the new release with CPU Argon2 mining.
It just will move MOON to satoshi markets, and miners will again have the same rewards in BTC, but very likely MOON will be listed at large exchanges and traded for BTC after you cut the inflation.
Who will support that?

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April 06, 2017, 10:39:49 AM
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Hi all,

Block reward changes as below:
block: 1100000 reward: 17906
block: 1200000 reward: 16414
block: 1300000 reward: 15151
block: 1400000 reward: 14069
block: 1500000 reward: 13131
block: 1600000 reward: 12310
block: 1700000 reward: 11586
block: 1800000 reward: 10942
block: 1900000 reward: 10366
block: 2000000 reward: 9848
block: 2100000 reward: 9379
block: 2200000 reward: 8953
block: 2300000 reward: 8564
block: 2400000 reward: 8207
block: 2500000 reward: 7878
block: 2600000 reward: 7575
block: 2700000 reward: 7295
block: 2800000 reward: 7034
block: 2900000 reward: 6792
block: 3000000 reward: 6565
block: 3100000 reward: 6353
block: 3200000 reward: 6155
block: 3300000 reward: 5968
block: 3400000 reward: 5793
block: 3500000 reward: 5627
block: 3600000 reward: 5471
block: 3700000 reward: 5323
block: 3800000 reward: 5183
block: 3900000 reward: 5050
block: 4000000 reward: 4924

https://github.com/mooncoindev/moonschedule contains code showing the function working (as extracted from mooncoin 0.10.5)

baz


There is a suggestion to make these rewards 1/10 of current in the new release with CPU Argon2 mining.
It just will move MOON to satoshi markets, and miners will again have the same rewards in BTC, but very likely MOON will be listed at large exchanges and traded for BTC after you cut the inflation.
Who will support that?

Yes! I completely agree

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April 06, 2017, 10:46:16 AM
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Hi all,

Block reward changes as below:
block: 1100000 reward: 17906
block: 1200000 reward: 16414
block: 1300000 reward: 15151
block: 1400000 reward: 14069
block: 1500000 reward: 13131
block: 1600000 reward: 12310
block: 1700000 reward: 11586
block: 1800000 reward: 10942
block: 1900000 reward: 10366
block: 2000000 reward: 9848
block: 2100000 reward: 9379
block: 2200000 reward: 8953
block: 2300000 reward: 8564
block: 2400000 reward: 8207
block: 2500000 reward: 7878
block: 2600000 reward: 7575
block: 2700000 reward: 7295
block: 2800000 reward: 7034
block: 2900000 reward: 6792
block: 3000000 reward: 6565
block: 3100000 reward: 6353
block: 3200000 reward: 6155
block: 3300000 reward: 5968
block: 3400000 reward: 5793
block: 3500000 reward: 5627
block: 3600000 reward: 5471
block: 3700000 reward: 5323
block: 3800000 reward: 5183
block: 3900000 reward: 5050
block: 4000000 reward: 4924

https://github.com/mooncoindev/moonschedule contains code showing the function working (as extracted from mooncoin 0.10.5)

baz


There is a suggestion to make these rewards 1/10 of current in the new release with CPU Argon2 mining.
It just will move MOON to satoshi markets, and miners will again have the same rewards in BTC, but very likely MOON will be listed at large exchanges and traded for BTC after you cut the inflation.
Who will support that?

I think that it's a good idea. Smiley

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April 06, 2017, 10:59:43 AM
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There is a suggestion to make these rewards 1/10 of current in the new release with CPU Argon2 mining.
It just will move MOON to satoshi markets, and miners will again have the same rewards in BTC, but very likely MOON will be listed at large exchanges and traded for BTC after you cut the inflation.
Who will support that?

I think this is a good idea; Mooncoin has matured and it is probably time to ease off on the generous block rewards, as to keeping its value steady.

I hope i've added (some) value at least in my short tenure as dev.

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April 06, 2017, 11:31:16 AM
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There is a suggestion to make these rewards 1/10 of current in the new release with CPU Argon2 mining.
It just will move MOON to satoshi markets, and miners will again have the same rewards in BTC, but very likely MOON will be listed at large exchanges and traded for BTC after you cut the inflation.
Who will support that?

I think this is a good idea; Mooncoin has matured and it is probably time to ease off on the generous block rewards, as to keeping its value steady.

I hope i've added (some) value at least in my short tenure as dev.

100%.

Thank you for MOON SPV-client.
Any chance for common users to use it with Windows or mobile devices - in future?

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5 independent block explorers. Record onto blockchain (free and without 3rd parties) MoonWord programming language + the platform written from scratch.
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April 06, 2017, 11:36:44 AM
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100%.

Thank you for MOON SPV-client.
Any chance for common users to use it with Windows or mobile devices - in future?

There is an assert issue that i'm debugging with send amounts at the moment (it is intermittent); but this is definitely possible for Windows, and i'd say the appeal of a nostalgic text-based client (even for a laugh despite being fully featured) would be there. It wouldn't actually be a lot of work either.

For mobile though; Moonrush is still going to be the most suitable client.
The reason behind the moonterm port - is actually to help me debug the sending issues that Moonrush was having pre-DDoS attack Smiley

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April 06, 2017, 11:47:36 AM
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100%.

Thank you for MOON SPV-client.
Any chance for common users to use it with Windows or mobile devices - in future?

There is an assert issue that i'm debugging with send amounts at the moment (it is intermittent); but this is definitely possible for Windows, and i'd say the appeal of a nostalgic text-based client (even for a laugh despite being fully featured) would be there. It wouldn't actually be a lot of work either.

For mobile though; Moonrush is still going to be the most suitable client.
The reason behind the moonterm port - is actually to help me debug the sending issues that Moonrush was having pre-DDoS attack Smiley

Moonterm looks great like a simple lightweight client, and nostalgic at the same time.
MOON is nostalgic by itself. The era of Altcoin fairness had gone in 2014, but maybe back to the future?

If a common user is able to use it on Windows without downloading a full blockchain, it's great, it can be used for recording onto blockchain with MOON Word.
Does it require relying on a trusted node? Anyway can be usable with many purposes.

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April 06, 2017, 11:55:55 AM
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Moonterm looks great like a simple lightweight client, and nostalgic at the same time.
MOON is nostalgic by itself. The era of Altcoin fairness has gone in 2014, but maybe back to the future?

If a common user is able to use it on Windows without downloading a full blockchain, it's great, it can be used for MOON Word recording onto blockchain transactions.
Does it require relying on a trusted node? Anyway can be usable with many purposes.

Definitely.

It doesn't require a trusted node, the initial screenshot was slightly misleading.
I actually switched from using clang as a compiler to gcc (clang was default on original repository), as a result it started binding to more than one host, was noticeably quicker and I can't get the send bug to occur. Fingers crossed.

Perhaps a small dig at Apple (who put a lot of effort into clang's development)?
Additionally, Apple users will be able to use this client as well, however it is not a favourable platform for me to work on; so support will be limited (treat yourself to a PC, you'll thank me for it).

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