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January 04, 2016, 02:44:19 PM
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Cryptsy withdrawals are extremely slow on a few coins: BTC, LTC. Also people aren't sure they'll ever be able to withdraw their BTC cause the whole situation seems very suspicious (what type of security problem could cause withdrawals to delay by weeks?). So the value of a BTC on Cryptsy is less than it is elsewhere (remember Gox Bitcoins vs regular Bitcoins). And since you can withdraw FTC fine and quickly, it has become a more valuable commodity on Cryptsy. A way to get your money out of the exchange today....

Well that explains the unusually high spread between Cryptsy and Bittrex.
People sell whatever they have on Cryptsy for Feathercoin and do fast withdrawal.
Then they sell FTC on Bittrex making presure on small Bittrex orderbook.

When you think about it, this is pretty artificial enviroment and probably great chance to grab some very cheap coins!

Absolutely right? I just keep buying more alt coins as they down. I think Cryptsy problems are killing the prices which is why we're seeing record lows on a lot of coins. Even last spring things were 5X where they are now at least.


Also, the mainstream is interested in "blockchains" now, but they don't yet understand it. They're starting to realize that Blockchain = Bitcoin....eventually they'll realize Blockchain also = Altcoins. Then they will start doing comparisons. Suppose you are an investor from some sort of bank or payment processor. Here are your options if you want to get into blockchains:

1)Launch a decentralized blockchain (you as creator lose control of it)
2)Launch a centralized blockchain (serves no purpose as you still have high level security concerns and the blockchain can't run autonomously)
3)Buy up a small fraction of Bitcoin's blockchain for a lot of money
4)Buy up a large fraction of an altcoin blockchain for very little money

Many of the alt coins also have solutions for block sizes, better anonymity, better distribution and all sorts of other technical advantages

I share your vision. 2016 year of the ALTS Smiley
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January 06, 2016, 12:22:25 PM
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Going to try the new miner soon! Thanks!!

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January 07, 2016, 05:01:57 AM
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normally i don't care about prices of alt coins,

i support projects i believe in or that i like

still curious about price differences in cryptsy, bittrex, shapeshift ect.... quite far apart several last days i checked,  whats up with that ??

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January 08, 2016, 11:44:16 AM
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@cinni ... cry/bittrex is out of wack because only one of them allows for btc withdraws, thus UP pressure on one side and down pressure on the other ... just BTC holders taking a haircut to exit Cry ... they will use anycoin that works to transfer value.

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whats the status on this testing bug that requires special compiling options? is anyone working on this?

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January 09, 2016, 09:46:47 PM
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whats the status on this testing bug that requires special compiling options? is anyone working on this?

Hi, what bug do you refer to?
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January 11, 2016, 04:41:30 PM
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New Feathercoin Daemon is out, check it out: http://forum.feathercoin.com/topic/8251/feathercoin-core-0-11-1-1-launch/2

Please upgrade, thanks!

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January 16, 2016, 11:10:26 AM
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New Feathercoin Daemon is out, check it out: http://forum.feathercoin.com/topic/8251/feathercoin-core-0-11-1-1-launch/2

Please upgrade, thanks!

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January 16, 2016, 11:31:10 PM
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NSGminer v0.9.1 released with my NeoScrypt OpenCL kernel v6. Should be compatible with the latest AMD Catalyst drivers. Also delivers a little performance improvement over the previous release.

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January 23, 2016, 07:21:40 AM
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Consider donating some FTC for Ghostlander, he is doing very well with GPU miner development and need to buy Nvidia GPU!

Address for donation is:
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February 05, 2016, 06:36:10 PM
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I can't compile the new Feathercoin wallet on linux (Linux Mint 17.3).

Code:
coinnectordialog.cpp:28:23: fatal error: QJsonObject: No such file or directory
 #include <QJsonObject>
                       ^
compilation terminated.
(...)
make[5]: *** [libbitcoinqt_a-coinnectordialog.o] Error 1
utilitydialog.cpp:51:35: fatal error: QtPrintSupport/QPrinter: No such file or directory
 #include <QtPrintSupport/QPrinter>
                                   ^
compilation terminated.

libqt5printsupport5 and libqjson-dev are installed.
Other wallets, including bitcoin-qt compile fine.
What is wrong?

PS: this was v. 0.9.3, github link from official FTC site.
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February 06, 2016, 03:26:45 PM
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We will release official info regarding 300 000 FTC bounty on Feb 9th 2016

Stay tuned!
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February 07, 2016, 01:01:58 AM
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whats the status on this testing bug that requires special compiling options? is anyone working on this?

Hi, what bug do you refer to?

Maybe the one I have got?
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February 07, 2016, 10:25:32 AM
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whats the status on this testing bug that requires special compiling options? is anyone working on this?

Hi, what bug do you refer to?

Maybe the one I have got?

I will ask Wellenreiter, he might know.
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February 08, 2016, 01:53:10 PM
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I can't compile the new Feathercoin wallet on linux (Linux Mint 17.3).

Code:
coinnectordialog.cpp:28:23: fatal error: QJsonObject: No such file or directory
 #include <QJsonObject>
                       ^
compilation terminated.
(...)
make[5]: *** [libbitcoinqt_a-coinnectordialog.o] Error 1
utilitydialog.cpp:51:35: fatal error: QtPrintSupport/QPrinter: No such file or directory
 #include <QtPrintSupport/QPrinter>
                                   ^
compilation terminated.

libqt5printsupport5 and libqjson-dev are installed.
Other wallets, including bitcoin-qt compile fine.
What is wrong?

PS: this was v. 0.9.3, github link from official FTC site.

I never tried to compile for Linux Mint, but I think you are missing some QT dependencies.

For Debian I compiled 0.9.3 and 0.9.5 with the follwing:
From the DSC file:

Code:
Build-Depends: libdb5.3-dev debhelper (>= 8.3.0), qtbase5-dev, qttools5-dev-tools, build-essential, libboost-dev,
 libboost-system-dev, libboost-filesystem-dev, libboost-program-options-dev, libboost-thread-dev,
 libssl-dev,libdb++-dev, libminiupnpc-dev, binutils,
 autoconf, automake,  debhelper (>= 8.1.3), dh-autoreconf,
 libzxing, libqrencode-dev, pkg-config, libprotobuf-dev (>= 2.6.1), protobuf-compiler

Extract from the rules-file

Code:
#ifeq "$(shell uname -v|grep +deb7)" "+deb7"
GUI_PARMS= --with-gui=no
HAVE_GUI= false
#else
GUI_PARMS= --with-gui=qt5 --with-qrcode
HAVE_GUI= true
#endif

ifeq "$(shell uname -m)" "x86_64"
LIBDIR=$(PREFIX)/lib64
CONFIG_PARMS= --without-cli --with-incompatible-bdb  --enable-tests=no $(GUI_PARMS) -with-boost=yes
else
LIBDIR=$(PREFIX)/lib
CONFIG_PARMS= --without-cli --with-incompatible-bdb  --enable-tests=no $(GUI_PARMS) --with-boost-libdir=$(LIBDIR)/i386-linux-gnu
endif

#ifeq "$(shell uname -v| grep -c deb)" "1"
QRCODE="1"
#else
#QRCODE="-"
#endif

INCLUDEDIR=../../../include
SBINDIR=$(PREFIX)/sbin
MANDIR=$(PREFIX)/share/man
DATADIR=$(PREFIX)/share/$(NAME)
DOCDIR=$(PREFIX)/share/doc/$(NAME)
SYSCONFDIR=/etc
RCDIR=$(SYSCONFDIR)/init.d
CGIDIR=/src/www/cgi-bin

build: build-arch build-indep
build-arch: build-stamp
build-indep: build-stamp
build-stamp:
dh_testdir
dh_autoreconf
# Add here commands to compile the package.
./autogen.sh
./configure $(CONFIG_PARMS)
#
make

For Debian 7 no Gui is possible, as Debian 7 uses QT4 and 0.9.3 / 0.9.5 doesn't compile on QT4

I hope this helps

The next relase which probably will be 0.11.2 compiles fine for QT4 and QT5
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February 09, 2016, 09:07:18 AM
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Hi Wellenreiter. Thanks for your reply.

It seems all the dependencies are met now. I have even switched to bdb5.3 even though I would prefer to stick with 5.1.
The only libprotobuf-dev can not be upgraded to >= 2.6.1 from 2.5.0-9 without messing up the whole LTS system, but I think it is not the case.
Basically no progress, the result is still the same. It must have something to do with QtPrintSupport and QJsonObject.

What were "special compiling options" mentioned by entertheabyss?
Can I use older wallet versions that got build flawlessly?

I know many users are not aware of such details as they use binaries or even not.
Anyway I believe serious vendors evaluate the code quality to determine the team capability.
Therefore this situation doesn't help FTC getting shining again at all.
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February 09, 2016, 01:36:04 PM
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Hi Wellenreiter. Thanks for your reply.

It seems all the dependencies are met now. I have even switched to bdb5.3 even though I would prefer to stick with 5.1.
The only libprotobuf-dev can not be upgraded to >= 2.6.1 from 2.5.0-9 without messing up the whole LTS system, but I think it is not the case.
Basically no progress, the result is still the same. It must have something to do with QtPrintSupport and QJsonObject.

What were "special compiling options" mentioned by entertheabyss?
Can I use older wallet versions that got build flawlessly?

I know many users are not aware of such details as they use binaries or even not.
Anyway I believe serious vendors evaluate the code quality to determine the team capability.
Therefore this situation doesn't help FTC getting shining again at all.

Hi, there are many versions which you can use to send transaction. Some of them are still in experimental mode.
I personally recommend 0.9.3 and higher, ideally 0.11.2

vendors usually sell products, we offer all for free
anyway I am sure Wellenreiter will follow up with you!

BTW 300k FTC bounty going live today!
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February 09, 2016, 03:45:55 PM
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Hi Marada,



It seems all the dependencies are met now.

No! see below

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I have even switched to bdb5.3 even though I would prefer to stick with 5.1.

There is no need to switch to bdb5.3, I've 0.9.3 running even on BDB 4.8 and 5.1
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The only libprotobuf-dev can not be upgraded to >= 2.6.1 from 2.5.0-9 without messing up the whole LTS system, but I think it is not the case.

That should be no problem

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Basically no progress, the result is still the same. It must have something to do with QtPrintSupport and QJsonObject.

As said I never used Linux mint, so I can't judge how the dependencies are resolved in that distribution.
Mint should use the same package structure as Ubuntu, so I checked the packages you need to have for Ubuntu.

With the help of Google I found the following:

QJsonObject: The compiler misses the file qjasonobject.h
      As Mint is a kind of special flavor of Ubuntu I checked the Ubuntu packages.
      You need to install the package qtbase5-dev.  That package contains qjsonobject.h as you can see here:       
      http://packages.ubuntu.com/wily/amd64/qtbase5-dev/filelist

QtPrintSupport/QPrinter: The compiler misses the file qprinter.h
      Again, the package qtbase5-dev contains the header  files for QtPrintSupport.
      If you have installed qtbase5-dev, check for the directories containing qprinter.h and qjsonobject.h
      and specifiy these directories for the configure script. Use 'configure --help' for syntax.

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What were "special compiling options" mentioned by entertheabyss?
Can I use older wallet versions that got build flawlessly?

I'm the only compiling option I'm aware of is that you have to run configure with the 'diable-tests' option.
use configure --help for syntax. Other possible 'special options' are platform dependencies and related to your local system so you need to find out yourself.

The only older version you could use is 0.8.7.1. other versions are not working as they are pre-neoscrypt.

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I know many users are not aware of such details as they use binaries or even not.
Anyway I believe serious vendors evaluate the code quality to determine the team capability.
Therefore this situation doesn't help FTC getting shining again at all.
[/quote]

As you may notice from my answers above , the problems you have are NOT related to the code quality of the Feathercoin wallet, but are caused by some packets/dependencies missing on our development system.

Just a hint: check the file lists of the packages you have installed. In order to compile a programm you need the header files of the libraries, while to run the program you need the shared object files of the libraries. (*.h vs *.so)
Typicalliy the header files are contained in the -dev packages.


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February 09, 2016, 05:47:58 PM
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300 000 FTC bounty to grab!

http://forum.feathercoin.com/topic/8313/monster-300-000-ftc-bounty
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Great Bounty!

I've got an extra 50 000 FTC to add to the third bounty offered: implementing opensource smart contract platform
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