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May 18, 2017, 09:27:28 PM
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I noticed there's no makefile.unix in the src any longer to compile mooncoind, is there a way to run a QT version from the commandline in Ubuntu ?


Have you tried makefile without the *.unix-extension?
In https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/tree/master/src there is a Makefile

Just gave that a try, doesn't work unfortunately.

Found the answer, just compiled using QT4 and used configure --without-gui, that gave me the Mooncoind I needed  Grin It's syncing now so I can add MOON to my pool soon.

Did not work?
See here: https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/issues/2

./autogen.sh
./configure --disable-wallet (if the wallet is not needed, for example on a P2Pool-node)
make -f Makefile USE_UPNP=- USE_IPV6=- USE_QRCODE=-

Worked for me on several Debian-/Ubuntu-instances.

James (Barrysty1e) should add an instruction to the new GitHub-repository on how to compile correctly, like it can be seen in the old reps:
https://github.com/mooncoin-project/mooncoin-landann (gjhiggins)
https://github.com/realmooncoin/mooncoin (deaconboogie - the original dev)
(scroll down to "How to build Mooncoin")

James? Please add that to the new repository's first page. Thanks.

What to keep in mind is, that he changed the original folder structure */mooncoin/* to */Mooncoin/* (capital M).
So folder .mooncoin is now .Mooncoin on a Linux-system, for example. That complicates it a little bit, because you need to mv something, but is no big deal, if you know it.

See this also on how the P2Pool-thingy cleared up finally, in order to get the full picture: https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/issues/3

You probably missed my last line, I got it running  Grin

Did not miss it, but it seemed like you found another way to make it run. If so, would you mind to post the exact steps, so others can follow them, if needed? That would be great.

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May 19, 2017, 05:10:43 AM
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I noticed there's no makefile.unix in the src any longer to compile mooncoind, is there a way to run a QT version from the commandline in Ubuntu ?


Have you tried makefile without the *.unix-extension?
In https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/tree/master/src there is a Makefile

Just gave that a try, doesn't work unfortunately.

Found the answer, just compiled using QT4 and used configure --without-gui, that gave me the Mooncoind I needed  Grin It's syncing now so I can add MOON to my pool soon.

Did not work?
See here: https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/issues/2

./autogen.sh
./configure --disable-wallet (if the wallet is not needed, for example on a P2Pool-node)
make -f Makefile USE_UPNP=- USE_IPV6=- USE_QRCODE=-

Worked for me on several Debian-/Ubuntu-instances.

James (Barrysty1e) should add an instruction to the new GitHub-repository on how to compile correctly, like it can be seen in the old reps:
https://github.com/mooncoin-project/mooncoin-landann (gjhiggins)
https://github.com/realmooncoin/mooncoin (deaconboogie - the original dev)
(scroll down to "How to build Mooncoin")

James? Please add that to the new repository's first page. Thanks.

What to keep in mind is, that he changed the original folder structure */mooncoin/* to */Mooncoin/* (capital M).
So folder .mooncoin is now .Mooncoin on a Linux-system, for example. That complicates it a little bit, because you need to mv something, but is no big deal, if you know it.

See this also on how the P2Pool-thingy cleared up finally, in order to get the full picture: https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/issues/3

You probably missed my last line, I got it running  Grin

Did not miss it, but it seemed like you found another way to make it run. If so, would you mind to post the exact steps, so others can follow them, if needed? That would be great.

In the past I used to run GCC compiler using makefile.unix. Since this file was not present I assumed Mooncoind would not be compiled using QT, but it is. Just ran:

./autogen.sh
./configure --without-gui
make

That's it.

By the way, looking at my processes on Ubuntu I noticed Mooncoind is using a lot of CPU compared to other coins running on my server. That might be an issue.

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May 19, 2017, 10:51:02 AM
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The Mooncoin 24h volume today is $47000.
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/mooncoin

Not bad, taking into account that big exchanges haven't listed MOON yet.
Small exchanges that have MOON listed are now rewarded for that, they receive good fees on a daily basis.

When you say "yet", do you mean that there are plans on listing moon on more exchanges? Paying the fee on cryptopia or adding to to c-cex poll shouldn't be an issue

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May 19, 2017, 01:47:41 PM
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The Mooncoin 24h volume today is $47000.
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/mooncoin

Not bad, taking into account that big exchanges haven't listed MOON yet.
Small exchanges that have MOON listed are now rewarded for that, they receive good fees on a daily basis.

When you say "yet", do you mean that there are plans on listing moon on more exchanges? Paying the fee on cryptopia or adding to to c-cex poll shouldn't be an issue

Mooncoin is already listed at 4 exchanges, but they are not very big to match the demand.
We are waiting for Bittrex.
One of the oldest Mooncoin supporters agswinner told that they promised somewhen in 2015 to list MOON in the future when it's traded for BTC.
(In 2015 Mooncoin was traded only at sub-satoshi markets).

The 24 h MOON/BTC volume currently is about $15000 and yesterday was about $30000.

If Mooncoin is listed at Bittrex, you understand that the price of 1Satoshi will look like a joke. With Bittrex volume very likely it will not take a lot of time to eat these 1-2-3... Sat walls if they appear.

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May 19, 2017, 02:09:43 PM
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Ranked 50th currently on coinmarketcap.com guys!! As I do my daily internet viewing you know what mockery I've witnessed?Huh The Bitcoin community saying what??? "2 the Moon!!!" , NEM "2 the Moon!!!" Dogecoin "2 the Moon!!!" and many more saying that. But I think to myself..."Why"..., I haven't found a clear answer. Why is that??? and then it hits me!!!. Because there is only 1 coin that fits the slogan, and that's the "MOONCOIN" 2 THE MOON Hahaha!!! Just wanted to have some fun and share that guys  Cheesy

That is a pretty nice observation, mate. The Dogecoin and most altcoins have a slogan of "to the moon" making an indirect reference to Mooncoin itself. With its nice community, and good dev behind it, I have the feeling that it will really get to the moon someday, reaching up new heights in price.

By the way, I think that both DOGE and MOON would make a great duo where one could be used for tipping others while the other could serve its purpose for smart likes. The possibilities are endless. Just sharing my thoughts.  Grin

 

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May 19, 2017, 02:14:57 PM
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Noteworthy is that 11.9 BTC of moons was bought in a single order yesterday on Bluetrade.

I noticed there are gaps of long periods of time sometimes between found blocks. Is this just the block explorers or is this actually the case? What can be done to resolve this?
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May 19, 2017, 02:38:12 PM
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Noteworthy is that 11.9 BTC of moons was bought in a single order yesterday on Bluetrade.

I noticed there are gaps of long periods of time sometimes between found blocks. Is this just the block explorers or is this actually the case? What can be done to resolve this?

It's difficult to solve some blocks and it takes time.
Listing at big exchanges = more miners and more hashpower.

A good thing though that pauses between blocks lead to lower inflation,
only 3-5 million MOON are produced per day currently by all miners combined.

And Mooncoin uses DigiShield to defend small miners, it also can lead to pauses between blocks from time to time.

If you deposit MOON to exchanges,
time of arrival depends on how many confirmations the exchange set, not on Mooncoin itself.

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Ranked 50th currently on coinmarketcap.com guys!! As I do my daily internet viewing you know what mockery I've witnessed?Huh The Bitcoin community saying what??? "2 the Moon!!!" , NEM "2 the Moon!!!" Dogecoin "2 the Moon!!!" and many more saying that. But I think to myself..."Why"..., I haven't found a clear answer. Why is that??? and then it hits me!!!. Because there is only 1 coin that fits the slogan, and that's the "MOONCOIN" 2 THE MOON Hahaha!!! Just wanted to have some fun and share that guys  Cheesy

That is a pretty nice observation, mate. The Dogecoin and most altcoins have a slogan of "to the moon" making an indirect reference to Mooncoin itself. With its nice community, and good dev behind it, I have the feeling that it will really get to the moon someday, reaching up new heights in price.

By the way, I think that both DOGE and MOON would make a great duo where one could be used for tipping others while the other could serve its purpose for smart likes. The possibilities are endless. Just sharing my thoughts.  Grin

I totally agree !! I think a pretty good deal of Dogecoin and Mooncoin supporters understand that Moon & Doge make a great pair "Both Ways", which is why I'm surprised that the MOON/DOGE Market has actually went down !!! After buy Mooncoin with Doge, what is the next step, well that should be easy, buy Dogecoin with Moon !!! I've been doing that and earning great interest of it strategy !!! Not many coins have such an option !!!

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May 19, 2017, 06:07:11 PM
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Ranked 50th currently on coinmarketcap.com guys!! As I do my daily internet viewing you know what mockery I've witnessed?Huh The Bitcoin community saying what??? "2 the Moon!!!" , NEM "2 the Moon!!!" Dogecoin "2 the Moon!!!" and many more saying that. But I think to myself..."Why"..., I haven't found a clear answer. Why is that??? and then it hits me!!!. Because there is only 1 coin that fits the slogan, and that's the "MOONCOIN" 2 THE MOON Hahaha!!! Just wanted to have some fun and share that guys  Cheesy

That is a pretty nice observation, mate. The Dogecoin and most altcoins have a slogan of "to the moon" making an indirect reference to Mooncoin itself. With its nice community, and good dev behind it, I have the feeling that it will really get to the moon someday, reaching up new heights in price.

By the way, I think that both DOGE and MOON would make a great duo where one could be used for tipping others while the other could serve its purpose for smart likes. The possibilities are endless. Just sharing my thoughts.  Grin

I totally agree !! I think a pretty good deal of Dogecoin and Mooncoin supporters understand that Moon & Doge make a great pair "Both Ways", which is why I'm surprised that the MOON/DOGE Market has actually went down !!! After buy Mooncoin with Doge, what is the next step, well that should be easy, buy Dogecoin with Moon !!! I've been doing that and earning great interest of it strategy !!! Not many coins have such an option !!!
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May 19, 2017, 06:32:12 PM
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Does anyone happen to know what is causing Mooncoind to be so CPU hungry on Ubuntu? I remember the old version having similar problems a few years ago. It keeps spiking above 50% or higher, already tried setting stuff like maxconnections to 10 but nothing seems to help. I have other daemons running that stay well below 1% CPU load. I had it running for several hours and it's fully synced.

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May 19, 2017, 07:40:24 PM
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MOON revival? MOON revival.  Grin Cheesy Shocked Cool

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May 19, 2017, 09:01:30 PM
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Massive buys on both bleutrade and nova exchange.  Shocked

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May 20, 2017, 01:29:49 AM
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Vernon is going to the moon with our moon coins lol
Alt coin market cap is up only 25 billion since cryptsy went kaput... Roll Eyes

You're misinformed.
Vernon's MOON addresses (top 2 seen in block explorers, almost a half of supply)
are unspendable after the fork in March.


just wondering, so what happened to those unspendable mooncoins? are they burned forever? if yes, whats the total supply now?
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May 20, 2017, 02:14:13 AM
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Pretty sure they are lost in cyberspace, which only means MOON is more valuable since that debacle.  Hopefully all of them get their money back.  Moon has really taken a beating it seems from that cryptsy stuff, but still holding stong.

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Massive buys on both bleutrade and nova exchange.  Shocked

Looks like you should drink coffee first, let you be happy.

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May 20, 2017, 02:28:58 AM
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moon should be higher than dogecoin. we just need better fun promotion.
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How Smart Likes Work



Moonlite Explorer 1.029.1 (beta testing):
http://mooncoin.com/ml/

Would a brief video demonstration be possible? If it isn't out of the way for anyone of course.   


Do you mean to convert the picture http://mooncoin.com/how_smart_likes_work.png to the video?
You really need only do step-by-step what is described in this picture, it's very simple in fact to start using Smart Likes.

Difficult to explain though (other than just trying it and seeing how it works), you never know what can be unclear.

is there any way you can simplify this concept and make it easier to apply? i have above average intelligence but too many steps for me to bother. something that a layperson can easily do it
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May 20, 2017, 08:48:40 AM
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Noteworthy is that 11.9 BTC of moons was bought in a single order yesterday on Bluetrade.

I noticed there are gaps of long periods of time sometimes between found blocks. Is this just the block explorers or is this actually the case? What can be done to resolve this?

To resolve this, we need more miners that consistently keep mining MOON, in order to even out difficulty-spikes that occur, when bigger miners switch to mine MOON and after the difficulty went up, leave to mine something else.
The problem was minimized by introducing DigiShield into the Mooncoin-code (it helps to get the difficulty down faster than the previously used Kimoto Gravity Well), but as we can see, it does not solve it completely - at least at the moment with a fluctuating hashrate.

So why not rent a Scrypt-rig (for example on https://www.miningrigrentals.com or https://www.nicehash.com) and point the miner to one of the pools:

http://moonrush.org
http://aikapool.com
http://multipool.us
https://hash-to-coins.com
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Noteworthy is that 11.9 BTC of moons was bought in a single order yesterday on Bluetrade.

I noticed there are gaps of long periods of time sometimes between found blocks. Is this just the block explorers or is this actually the case? What can be done to resolve this?
A good thing though that pauses between blocks lead to lower inflation,
only 3-5 million MOON are produced per day currently by all miners combined.

Not really a good thing. It only delays the arrival on the exchanges. First rule for crypto (edit: and other markets like Forex etc. of course): you can't beat the market. The coins that have to be sold, will be sold sooner or later anyway. Better have a constant flow of coins, than stop and go in the blockchain, so that people cannot rely on the fast block times of Mooncoin, which is still the main advantage over many other coins like BTC and LTC. No need for Segwit, sidechannels and the like, if the block times are fast enough. Wink  (Take this with a grain of salt, of course.)

See this: http://www.coindesk.com/lower-bitcoin-block-time-scale/

So if enough miners constantly support Mooncoin, it delivers fast transactions (90 sec. block time on average). But don't worry too much: a rising price will attract more and more miners, so it will be only a matter of time until Mooncoin has stable block times again.

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Agree with you here coinflow - rewards are somewhat too low know I guess unless the recent price rise will compensate miners enough to keep rigs pointed to Mooncoin. And any further rise gives extra security.

Will the 1 sat walls be eaten? This is yet to been seen. Some nice spikes up to 100 litoshis on the Moon LTC pair on bluetrade last night.
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