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April 13, 2013, 03:28:24 AM
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I just did a test.  Transferred a TRC from one of my rigs to the other.  It worked perfectly.  Chain is completely updated.  Not sure what your problem is jubalix. 

I just sent 10 trc from my VIRCUREX to my BTCe address and

nothing happened

ie the money went out of my VIRCUREX but did not turn up in my BTCe

I make a deposit on BTC-E and they don’t accredit my TRC to my account, I make a complaint and I’m waiting for his response.

So BTCe or VIR

or someone is on the wrong chain


I think if dev deletes his repo with the comments

this email goes out

but he is still deving

and Crazy's shanagins of closing and going on about blockchain splits, can allocate who own what.....etc and small amounts left but I can see some largeish ammounts....

and the way some of this went down something is going on......


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April 13, 2013, 03:30:41 AM
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I just did a test.  Transferred a TRC from one of my rigs to the other.  It worked perfectly.  Chain is completely updated.  Not sure what your problem is jubalix. 

I just sent 10 trc from my VIRCUREX to my BTCe address and

nothing happened

ie the money went out of my VIRCUREX but did not turn up in my BTCe

I make a deposit on BTC-E and they don’t accredit my TRC to my account, I make a complaint and I’m waiting for his response.

So BTCe or VIR

or someone is on the wrong chain


I think if dev deletes his repo with the comments

this email goes out

but he is still deving

and Crazy's shanagins of closing and going on about blockchain splits, can allocate who own what.....etc and small amounts left but I can see some largeish ammounts....

and the way some of this went down something is going on......



Make a post like wmikrut just made showing your getmininginfo. 

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April 13, 2013, 03:31:14 AM
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I am running version 33 and here is what I see atm:

getmininginfo

{
"blocks" : 104011,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 28011.93394381,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


Looks good. 

Yeah, I've been keeping a close eye on the diff -- it seems pretty stable so far.

Strangely enough, I still see blocks being churned out in the 100xx range... but it seems like the current 103xx is starting to dominate again!

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April 13, 2013, 03:33:02 AM
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I just did a test.  Transferred a TRC from one of my rigs to the other.  It worked perfectly.  Chain is completely updated.  Not sure what your problem is jubalix. 

I just sent 10 trc from my VIRCUREX to my BTCe address and

nothing happened

ie the money went out of my VIRCUREX but did not turn up in my BTCe

I make a deposit on BTC-E and they don’t accredit my TRC to my account, I make a complaint and I’m waiting for his response.

So BTCe or VIR

I dont know that I can as I do not have the client (osx) and its to BTCe address

or someone is on the wrong chain


I think if dev deletes his repo with the comments

this email goes out

but he is still deving

and Crazy's shanagins of closing and going on about blockchain splits, can allocate who own what.....etc and small amounts left but I can see some largeish ammounts....

and the way some of this went down something is going on......



Make a post like wmikrut just made showing your getmininginfo. 

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April 13, 2013, 03:33:51 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Shame, it became third strongest coin on exchanges just before problems started.

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April 13, 2013, 03:35:30 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Miners did start to mine again though, and pretty heavy.  I know of atleast 30Gh/s that was pointed at the coin.  I have atleast 6Gh/s.  I think the email in this thread is garbage and fake.  I think the post yesterday was just out of frustration.  He probably slept on it, and got back to work.  That's my best guess, especially since he released a new version just a little while ago. 

Charlie Kelly: I'm pleading the 5th.  The Attorney: I would advise you do that.  Charlie Kelly: I'll take that advice under cooperation, alright? Now, let's say you and I go toe-to-toe on bird law and see who comes out the victor?  The Attorney: You know, I don't think I'm going to do anything close to that and I can clearly see you know nothing about the law.
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April 13, 2013, 03:36:11 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Shame, it became third strongest coin on exchanges just before problems started.

but why the deleted repos' comments etc, it plays into a spammers hands


why the "legit" email

and total silence from DEV now???

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April 13, 2013, 03:39:03 AM
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I just did a test.  Transferred a TRC from one of my rigs to the other.  It worked perfectly.  Chain is completely updated.  Not sure what your problem is jubalix. 

I just sent 10 trc from my VIRCUREX to my BTCe address and

nothing happened

ie the money went out of my VIRCUREX but did not turn up in my BTCe

I make a deposit on BTC-E and they don’t accredit my TRC to my account, I make a complaint and I’m waiting for his response.

So BTCe or VIR

or someone is on the wrong chain


I think if dev deletes his repo with the comments

this email goes out

but he is still deving

and Crazy's shanagins of closing and going on about blockchain splits, can allocate who own what.....etc and small amounts left but I can see some largeish ammounts....

and the way some of this went down something is going on......



I use my hot wallet to make the deposit; I think BTC-E has the problem.

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April 13, 2013, 03:40:12 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Miners did start to mine again though, and pretty heavy.  I know of atleast 30Gh/s that was pointed at the coin.  I have atleast 6Gh/s.  I think the email in this thread is garbage and fake.  I think the post yesterday was just out of frustration.  He probably slept on it, and got back to work.  That's my best guess, especially since he released a new version just a little while ago. 

with this level of communication

a recalitrant DEV

Crazy Rabbit sale

BTCe getting sucked in

BTCe not confirming transfers

Spam and FUD

TRC is just not worth the Drama

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April 13, 2013, 03:44:15 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Miners did start to mine again though, and pretty heavy.  I know of atleast 30Gh/s that was pointed at the coin.  I have atleast 6Gh/s.  I think the email in this thread is garbage and fake.  I think the post yesterday was just out of frustration.  He probably slept on it, and got back to work.  That's my best guess, especially since he released a new version just a little while ago. 

with this level of communication

a recalitrant DEV

Crazy Rabbit sale

BTCe getting sucked in

BTCe not confirming transfers

Spam and FUD

TRC is just not worth the Drama

Yes, this stink fishy

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April 13, 2013, 03:45:38 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Shame, it became third strongest coin on exchanges just before problems started.

but why the deleted repos' comments etc, it plays into a spammers hands


why the "legit" email

and total silence from DEV now???

Is it possible that one of the 'other' devs on the project... someone with access... perhaps sent the email and deleted the comments?
I mean... consider if the attack was an 'inside' job....   That would explain quite a bit...

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April 13, 2013, 03:47:35 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Miners did start to mine again though, and pretty heavy.  I know of atleast 30Gh/s that was pointed at the coin.  I have atleast 6Gh/s.  I think the email in this thread is garbage and fake.  I think the post yesterday was just out of frustration.  He probably slept on it, and got back to work.  That's my best guess, especially since he released a new version just a little while ago.  

I hope, and I am going to think for now that is the situation.

All the getinfos (getmininginfos) posted look good.

I am also having issues with BTC-E and TRC deposits, and address generation. As a experiment I tried to generate a new TRC address and browser/BTC-E just went into infinite wait.

If you want, it might help keep everybody's client on the same page, if you were to add cryptocoinexplorer.com IP to your node list.

In your terracoin.conf file add:

Code:
addnode=84.200.84.74

I normally have anywhere between 50 to 100 connections on the node,  so it is a good node to connect to. The addnode command will only add to the list of nodes the client looks for, the client will still look for other nodes, so your clients will not be dependent on the explorer node.
 
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April 13, 2013, 03:49:28 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Miners did start to mine again though, and pretty heavy.  I know of atleast 30Gh/s that was pointed at the coin.  I have atleast 6Gh/s.  I think the email in this thread is garbage and fake.  I think the post yesterday was just out of frustration.  He probably slept on it, and got back to work.  That's my best guess, especially since he released a new version just a little while ago. 

I hope, and I am going to think for now that is the situation.

All the getinfos (getmininginfos) posted look good.

I am also having issues with BTC-E and TRC deposits, and address generation. As a experiment I tried to generate a new TRC address and browser/BTC-E just went into infinite wait.

If you want, it might help keep everybody's client on the same page, if you were to add cryptocoinexplorer.com IP to your node list.

In you terracoin.conf file add:

Code:
addnode=84.200.84.74

I normally have anywhere between 50 to 100 connections on the node,  so it is a good node to connect to. The addnode command will only add to the list of nodes the client looks for, the client will still look for other nodes, so your clients will not be dependent on the explorer nope.
 

I'm getting the infinite wait problem at btc-e too.  But that's when I try to do anything, so that seems like a btc-e problem to me and not a TRC problem. 

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April 13, 2013, 03:52:51 AM
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He did say yesterday that he id not going to play cat and mouse game with attacker for long but today he was full positive and looked ready for fight, and looked like he believed it's possible to do it.

I am not sure what's happening but he might quit it based on his words from yesterday. He said basically - if miners don't mine, attacker will win.

Miners did start to mine again though, and pretty heavy.  I know of atleast 30Gh/s that was pointed at the coin.  I have atleast 6Gh/s.  I think the email in this thread is garbage and fake.  I think the post yesterday was just out of frustration.  He probably slept on it, and got back to work.  That's my best guess, especially since he released a new version just a little while ago. 

I hope, and I am going to think for now that is the situation.

All the getinfos (getmininginfos) posted look good.

I am also having issues with BTC-E and TRC deposits, and address generation. As a experiment I tried to generate a new TRC address and browser/BTC-E just went into infinite wait.

If you want, it might help keep everybody's client on the same page, if you were to add cryptocoinexplorer.com IP to your node list.

In you terracoin.conf file add:

Code:
addnode=84.200.84.74

I normally have anywhere between 50 to 100 connections on the node,  so it is a good node to connect to. The addnode command will only add to the list of nodes the client looks for, the client will still look for other nodes, so your clients will not be dependent on the explorer nope.
 

I'm getting the infinite wait problem at btc-e too.  But that's when I try to do anything, so that seems like a btc-e problem to me and not a TRC problem. 

I hope so.

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April 13, 2013, 11:27:12 AM
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It potentially false emails like the one quoted that highlight the need for more direct communication from a developer.
Use PGP + Tor and only visit the forums once a month if you must Smiley

Its our opinion this email is a steaming pile of bullshit with stink lines wafting up and flies buzzing around it.

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death to all alt coins.   YEAH!!!!! ASIC the destroyer of crapcoins
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death to all alt coins.   YEAH!!!!! ASIC the destroyer of crapcoins

Retards like this one right here (sorry man) doesnt understand that can make profit out of all altcoins
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April 13, 2013, 12:14:58 PM
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I agree with dreamwatcher that it's rather premature and weak to quit at this moment.

By all means terracoin hasn't even tried ppc's adjustment yet. ppcoin itself should be pretty safe from this because of proof-of-stake protection. As for a pure proof-of-work implementation, I think even with some ASIC miner exploiting it, at worst it could probably extend the block spacing from 2 minute to maybe 20 minutes sometimes. Given a reasonably long averaging window it shouldn't be all that intolerable.

The problem is DEV for terracoin is so taciturn...

the comments are all gone from git hub, but all the code remains last time I checked...

something is realllly of here....

I note that Crazy Rabbit mentioned having and Asic at some...stage...and that he could consider using it on the TRC chain (in support of the chain I inferred).

Crazy Rabbit can you clear this up?Huh?

I do not have an ASIC. I had a preorder for a BFL, but (smartest move I ever made) I never paid for it. I have 3x 6950's. They are mining litecoin now.

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April 13, 2013, 12:19:48 PM
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I agree with dreamwatcher that it's rather premature and weak to quit at this moment.

By all means terracoin hasn't even tried ppc's adjustment yet. ppcoin itself should be pretty safe from this because of proof-of-stake protection. As for a pure proof-of-work implementation, I think even with some ASIC miner exploiting it, at worst it could probably extend the block spacing from 2 minute to maybe 20 minutes sometimes. Given a reasonably long averaging window it shouldn't be all that intolerable.

The problem is DEV for terracoin is so taciturn...

the comments are all gone from git hub, but all the code remains last time I checked...

something is realllly of here....

I note that Crazy Rabbit mentioned having and Asic at some...stage...and that he could consider using it on the TRC chain (in support of the chain I inferred).

Crazy Rabbit can you clear this up?Huh?

I do not have an ASIC. I had a preorder for a BFL, but (smartest move I ever made) I never paid for it. I have 3x 6950's. They are mining litecoin now.

hmm do you recall crypto chat the other day or was that someone hoaxing as you....your account may be compromised?

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April 13, 2013, 12:45:45 PM
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I agree with dreamwatcher that it's rather premature and weak to quit at this moment.

By all means terracoin hasn't even tried ppc's adjustment yet. ppcoin itself should be pretty safe from this because of proof-of-stake protection. As for a pure proof-of-work implementation, I think even with some ASIC miner exploiting it, at worst it could probably extend the block spacing from 2 minute to maybe 20 minutes sometimes. Given a reasonably long averaging window it shouldn't be all that intolerable.

The problem is DEV for terracoin is so taciturn...

the comments are all gone from git hub, but all the code remains last time I checked...

something is realllly of here....

I note that Crazy Rabbit mentioned having and Asic at some...stage...and that he could consider using it on the TRC chain (in support of the chain I inferred).

Crazy Rabbit can you clear this up?Huh?

I do not have an ASIC. I had a preorder for a BFL, but (smartest move I ever made) I never paid for it. I have 3x 6950's. They are mining litecoin now.

hmm do you recall crypto chat the other day or was that someone hoaxing as you....your account may be compromised?

that was me chatting to you. However if my account was compromised, thats what I would tell you anyway. My passwords are very long and secure.

To be honest I think the rabbit hole goes no deeper then some kid with an ASIC decided to f*ck up our hard work.

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