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October 06, 2017, 03:19:21 PM
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Pallas, if I send coins to the coinbase address then the coinbase balance increases and the reward for the block increases?

Nobody ever tried it, but I think it would work as you are suggesting.
I tried and I succeeded, balance the public key 0 (coinbase) increased, it's funny, you can burn the coins to redistribute their descendants

Yes, it's a side effect of the coinbase account I never though of :-)
It may be considered a feature by itself, and we could even play a bit of marketing on it...

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October 06, 2017, 04:55:10 PM
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FYI

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/china-will-likely-resume-cryptocurrency-trading-by-licensing-bitcoin-exchanges/
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October 06, 2017, 11:06:42 PM
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Is xcn still listed on Nova?  what exchanges still trade xcn?

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October 06, 2017, 11:13:53 PM
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Is xcn still listed on Nova?  what exchanges still trade xcn?
Indeed it is. With bter closing and not including XCN on their new exchange, Nova and bx.in.th remains the only exchanges that trades in XCN. That's why we need to get into Yobit (and hopefully Bittrex and Poloniex as well in the future).
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October 07, 2017, 12:42:22 AM
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Can I ask a straight question and get a straight answer?

How many people ACTIVELY working DAILY on Cryptonite?

I have a reasonable amount invested, so I DO want the project to succeed, but since there have not been any website updates for 3 years, and no details on the team involved, I would just like to hear what the reality is....
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October 07, 2017, 01:18:58 AM
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How many people ACTIVELY working DAILY on Cryptonite?
1-2.
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October 07, 2017, 04:55:57 AM
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oк begin by creating a p2p exchange

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October 07, 2017, 07:46:59 AM
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Can I ask a straight question and get a straight answer?

How many people ACTIVELY working DAILY on Cryptonite?

I have a reasonable amount invested, so I DO want the project to succeed, but since there have not been any website updates for 3 years, and no details on the team involved, I would just like to hear what the reality is....

Me and Bittfreak, plus we had some important contribution by external developers like krnlx (by way of bounties).
Currently the priority is fixing the exchanges situation, then we'll move to promotion (no sense in promoting before that).
Don't mind the website: discussion and updates takes place here and on slack, plus the twitter account.

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October 07, 2017, 02:57:59 PM
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New blockchain snapshot:

https://mega.nz/#!pcgRXKqY!kXq-i8fcaexk-BVjlOFcjMilqCDd5q6BaOBS-avLZAE

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October 08, 2017, 01:42:27 AM
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Can I ask a straight question and get a straight answer?

How many people ACTIVELY working DAILY on Cryptonite?

I have a reasonable amount invested, so I DO want the project to succeed, but since there have not been any website updates for 3 years, and no details on the team involved, I would just like to hear what the reality is....

Me and Bittfreak, plus we had some important contribution by external developers like krnlx (by way of bounties).
Currently the priority is fixing the exchanges situation, then we'll move to promotion (no sense in promoting before that).
Don't mind the website: discussion and updates takes place here and on slack, plus the twitter account.

THx for the quick and honest response. Keep up the good work Smiley
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October 08, 2017, 10:14:06 AM
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I've sent ticket to bter asking them to add XCN on the replacement exchange gate.io.

Bter was always a good exchange for XCN, we need to keep xcn on the new bter, gate.io

So, anyone else having account on bter, send ticket and ask to add xcn to gate.io

I think if they see a lot of demands, they will add it.

We have lost btc38 exchange, let's not loose bter too.
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October 10, 2017, 11:14:38 PM
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So will this coin on the YoBit  Huh
It's been almost a week since it was announced about adding it to the YoBit.
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October 11, 2017, 06:45:37 AM
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Pallas, if I send coins to the coinbase address then the coinbase balance increases and the reward for the block increases?

Nobody ever tried it, but I think it would work as you are suggesting.
I tried and I succeeded, balance the public key 0 (coinbase) increased, it's funny, you can burn the coins to redistribute their descendants

Yes, it's a side effect of the coinbase account I never though of :-)
It may be considered a feature by itself, and we could even play a bit of marketing on it...

Could you ask btc38 to send any of those "excess" coins to the coinbase account to keep them off market?
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October 11, 2017, 07:20:29 AM
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Pallas, if I send coins to the coinbase address then the coinbase balance increases and the reward for the block increases?

Nobody ever tried it, but I think it would work as you are suggesting.
I tried and I succeeded, balance the public key 0 (coinbase) increased, it's funny, you can burn the coins to redistribute their descendants

Yes, it's a side effect of the coinbase account I never though of :-)
It may be considered a feature by itself, and we could even play a bit of marketing on it...

Could you ask btc38 to send any of those "excess" coins to the coinbase account to keep them off market?

I guess we could try asking, it won't hurt.

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October 11, 2017, 07:21:09 AM
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So will this coin on the YoBit  Huh
It's been almost a week since it was announced about adding it to the YoBit.

No news from them: I will open a ticket ASAP.

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October 11, 2017, 09:08:59 AM
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Pallas, deleting old transactions from the oldblock node localbase occurs only when running with the -prune tag? if node always on uptime miniblockchaine not work? not delete?

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October 11, 2017, 09:14:53 AM
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Pallas, deleting old transactions from the oldblock node localbase occurs only when running with the -prune tag? if node always on uptime miniblockchaine not work? not delete?

Mini-blockchain by default doesn't delete old block data (including transactions). That's by design: we want to be sure all the information about the wallet transactions is not lost.

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October 11, 2017, 09:24:24 AM
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Pallas, deleting old transactions from the oldblock node localbase occurs only when running with the -prune tag? if node always on uptime miniblockchaine not work? not delete?

Mini-blockchain by default doesn't delete old block data (including transactions). That's by design: we want to be sure all the information about the wallet transactions is not lost.

That is, you are not sure about the mini block technology? and can you describe the possible risks? They(risks) fully understood?

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October 11, 2017, 09:31:22 AM
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Pallas, deleting old transactions from the oldblock node localbase occurs only when running with the -prune tag? if node always on uptime miniblockchaine not work? not delete?

Mini-blockchain by default doesn't delete old block data (including transactions). That's by design: we want to be sure all the information about the wallet transactions is not lost.

That is, you are not sure about the mini block technology? and can you describe the possible risks? They(risks) fully understood?

What do you mean by "you are not sure about the mini block technology?"?
And what kind of risks are you asking about: technical ones like loosing coins and the like? If that's the question, I think the answer lies in the almost 4 years of the coin history, and still working and rocking!

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October 11, 2017, 09:42:56 AM
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Pallas, deleting old transactions from the oldblock node localbase occurs only when running with the -prune tag? if node always on uptime miniblockchaine not work? not delete?

Mini-blockchain by default doesn't delete old block data (including transactions). That's by design: we want to be sure all the information about the wallet transactions is not lost.

That is, you are not sure about the mini block technology? and can you describe the possible risks? They(risks) fully understood?

What do you mean by "you are not sure about the mini block technology?"?
And what kind of risks are you asking about: technical ones like loosing coins and the like? If that's the question, I think the answer lies in the almost 4 years of the coin history, and still working and rocking!

Yes, I see that everything is working and swinging  Smiley , but you say that the deletion is disabled for a full node so that transactions are not lost, it means if you enable deletion on all full nodes by default, then there will be possible risks of transaction loss, so I ask you about these risks have you a technical description of such situations? situations of loss of transactions?

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