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April 21, 2018, 12:12:18 PM
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The new owners of NovaExchange have put up a new-style version of the exchange.

It is not yet live, as deposits, withdrawals and trading are not yet enabled.

It is possible to login, but only for those who already signed up to new T&C last year.

The owners say (in News page) that they will go live soon, but have not stated a date yet.

XCN is still listed on Nova, so I thought this news would be of interest to the Cryptonite community.

New style? Changing the logo? Lol
They have still thia old 1980s trading charts soo lame.
The network tries to produce one block per 10 minutes. It does this by automatically adjusting how difficult it is to produce blocks.
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April 22, 2018, 01:46:59 PM
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Just when I was happily 'harvesting' XCN with my single GPU, 16 blocks over the weekend, Mr 10GH showed up.  Grin
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April 22, 2018, 02:56:53 PM
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Just when I was happily 'harvesting' XCN with my single GPU, 16 blocks over the weekend, Mr 10GH showed up.  Grin


He always come late at the party, but ruins it :-)

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April 23, 2018, 01:40:34 AM
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Hello!
Videos improved on youtube´s channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqbjAqVdIUk9Z_4jCoZQMbw

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April 23, 2018, 06:55:42 AM
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Hello!
Videos improved on youtube´s channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqbjAqVdIUk9Z_4jCoZQMbw

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Good job mate!

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April 23, 2018, 07:15:03 AM
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Just to show that bisq indeed supports any base currency <-> XCN trading pair (e.g. BTC), please see this screenshot I just made.

XCN is fully supported by bisq!

You just need to start the app and have a look yourself. The http://markets.bisq.network/ site just shows pairs with recent activity. Volume on bisq is still nearly 0, because everybody seems to think that XCN is not supported by bisq.

I can guarantee you, it is. I've added it to their code base myself Smiley


XCN: CJSECkHi7tTTTA1ze9qYRkkUCKfFiF8EEG
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April 23, 2018, 09:20:12 PM
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I wrote a txbot to exercise the network and gather some information about daemon load and network speed.
First of all cryptonite transaction are about half the size of the typical bitcoin ones. That means you can have about 8000 txs in a 1MB block. Note that cryptonite has dynamic max block size so that isn't the limit.
Second: the daemon, on a reasonably powerful machine, can handle 30 transactions per second and they are digested by the network without any issue. Memory pool was almost emptied on every block found, as expected.
Next step could be using the txbot on 3/4 machines and see if the network is stable, and how the block sizes increase.

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April 23, 2018, 10:07:35 PM
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New website http://cryptonite.info/ !!!
enjoy! Cheesy Wink

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April 24, 2018, 02:49:50 AM
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New website http://cryptonite.info/ !!!
enjoy! Cheesy Wink

#sekker

Nice ...

Video missing on youtube?

Nice work anyway though. You have put a lot into that mate.

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April 24, 2018, 02:51:11 AM
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I wrote a txbot to exercise the network and gather some information about daemon load and network speed.
First of all cryptonite transaction are about half the size of the typical bitcoin ones. That means you can have about 8000 txs in a 1MB block. Note that cryptonite has dynamic max block size so that isn't the limit.
Second: the daemon, on a reasonably powerful machine, can handle 30 transactions per second and they are digested by the network without any issue. Memory pool was almost emptied on every block found, as expected.
Next step could be using the txbot on 3/4 machines and see if the network is stable, and how the block sizes increase.

We can help there mate ...

Though it would have to be under Centos 7 x64 - not Ubuntu.

#crysx

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April 24, 2018, 07:47:36 AM
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I wrote a txbot to exercise the network and gather some information about daemon load and network speed.
First of all cryptonite transaction are about half the size of the typical bitcoin ones. That means you can have about 8000 txs in a 1MB block. Note that cryptonite has dynamic max block size so that isn't the limit.
Second: the daemon, on a reasonably powerful machine, can handle 30 transactions per second and they are digested by the network without any issue. Memory pool was almost emptied on every block found, as expected.
Next step could be using the txbot on 3/4 machines and see if the network is stable, and how the block sizes increase.

We can help there mate ...

Though it would have to be under Centos 7 x64 - not Ubuntu.

#crysx

It's plain php, you can run it anywhere ;-)

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New website http://cryptonite.info/ !!!
enjoy! Cheesy Wink

#sekker

Nice ...

Video missing on youtube?

Nice work anyway though. You have put a lot into that mate.

#crysx

Sorry about that. It was happend because i made other video and URL was changed. Actually fixed Smiley
Stay tuned !

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April 24, 2018, 11:36:21 AM
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Chinese translation by @bogdanb thank you very much! Smiley
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81AHscViakQ&feature=youtu.be

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April 25, 2018, 08:40:40 AM
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BTC38 is a liar. They manipulate XCN prices by using developers to fix their wallets. Don't expect them to open their savings and withdrawals. Their customer service is out of the question.
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April 25, 2018, 11:18:25 AM
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I wrote a txbot to exercise the network and gather some information about daemon load and network speed.
First of all cryptonite transaction are about half the size of the typical bitcoin ones. That means you can have about 8000 txs in a 1MB block. Note that cryptonite has dynamic max block size so that isn't the limit.
Second: the daemon, on a reasonably powerful machine, can handle 30 transactions per second and they are digested by the network without any issue. Memory pool was almost emptied on every block found, as expected.
Next step could be using the txbot on 3/4 machines and see if the network is stable, and how the block sizes increase.

We can help there mate ...

Though it would have to be under Centos 7 x64 - not Ubuntu.

#crysx

It's plain php, you can run it anywhere ;-)

Kool ...

We can run it with our systems if you need help with it.

We have many servers currently and can run any time you are willing.

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April 25, 2018, 11:18:55 AM
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New website http://cryptonite.info/ !!!
enjoy! Cheesy Wink

#sekker

Nice ...

Video missing on youtube?

Nice work anyway though. You have put a lot into that mate.

#crysx

Sorry about that. It was happend because i made other video and URL was changed. Actually fixed Smiley
Stay tuned !

#sekker


All good mate Smiley

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April 28, 2018, 04:26:32 AM
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This shit is still not dead?

Don`t mine it, do not bay it for your life, they scammed the shit from it!!!!!!!!

PS: i mined and seen 500+ coins this one is worst scam (hacks, exchange, etc and it all happen again for xx times!)

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April 28, 2018, 07:18:31 AM
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This shit is still not dead?

Don`t mine it, do not bay it for your life, they scammed the shit from it!!!!!!!!

PS: i mined and seen 500+ coins this one is worst scam (hacks, exchange, etc and it all happen again for xx times!)

:-)
Thanks for your invaluable insight and precious advices!
You are really showing your rank. Great job.

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April 28, 2018, 06:50:28 PM
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This shit is still not dead?

Don`t mine it, do not bay it for your life, they scammed the shit from it!!!!!!!!

PS: i mined and seen 500+ coins this one is worst scam (hacks, exchange, etc and it all happen again for xx times!)

:-)
Thanks for your invaluable insight and precious advices!
You are really showing your rank. Great job.


You also know very well what happened dozen times, over and over again from hacks to exchange that only traded stolen/hacked coins... to exchange where we lost most of it (btc38, coinsmarkets, etc)
None was done to black list those coins and make exchange work for community and not for thieves..... as btc38, thailand and other did in past

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This shit is still not dead?

Don`t mine it, do not bay it for your life, they scammed the shit from it!!!!!!!!

PS: i mined and seen 500+ coins this one is worst scam (hacks, exchange, etc and it all happen again for xx times!)

:-)
Thanks for your invaluable insight and precious advices!
You are really showing your rank. Great job.


You also know very well what happened dozen times, over and over again from hacks to exchange that only traded stolen/hacked coins... to exchange where we lost most of it (btc38, coinsmarkets, etc)
None was done to black list those coins and make exchange work for community and not for thieves..... as btc38, thailand and other did in past

I can't control what exchanges do. But I can do the best within my  possibilities, and that's exactly what I did and will do in the future.
Besides, both btc38 and coinsmarkets allowed withdrawals so they didn't steal any coin.
And we did all we could to block the hacked funds but we have no power over the exchange balances, because they are not on the blockchain but into their database. We contacted them and that was all we could do.

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