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January 14, 2018, 06:36:53 PM
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Are people still interested in this project? Why?
Is it because of the eventual blockchain bloat that other coins will face?

If you look at the coin features, that is not the only innovation that it brings. Plus, 4 years of running with a customised blockchain is a proof that the original project and ideas were very good!


i agree, this has to be the most undervalued crypto in existence. 

Then it must be a good investment opportunity ;-)

Just seems weird that XCN is highly unique, yet I bet not even 1% of the current peeps in crypto (especially the new ones coming in since BTC went to the moon) has even an idea it exists.


How does the main daemon and cli work? I don't know very much c++ so when I read the source it's all a blur to me.
Can someone please compile the main functions called in the daemon and cli into dll? I would like to just experiment with calling these functions in another language but don't know where to start.

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January 14, 2018, 07:53:46 PM
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Looks like we will remain listed on novaexchange  Grin Grin Grin

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2018-01-14 14:23 - Nova will NOT close its doors!
Honoured customers and crypto currency enthusiasts! You have been told a while ago now that we were planning to close down Nova Exchange in the beginning of 2018. We made this tough decision because Nova Exchange was growing at a speed, and in a way, that us, the founders, could not keep up with and run the business in a meaningful and secure way. Not wanting to make promises we might not be able to keep, we didn’t tell anyone, not anyone, that we never stopped looking for a way to keep going and keep Nova Exchange in business. So! We are so happy to announce that we have found a partner, a new main shareholder, willing and more importantly, able to carry on running Nova Exchange. The new owners, we have made sure, have the resources and the experience (6+ years in the business) it takes to provide excellent service to you all. We started negotiations and talks early in November last year, and now we can tell you the good news: The show will go on! More information will follow. In the meantime, just go keep on trading crypto. Best Wishes to you all!
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January 14, 2018, 08:01:58 PM
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Some good news, finally!

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January 14, 2018, 09:37:15 PM
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Good news for XCN.

OT: How many Nova coins paid discounted listing price @ Cryptopia? This just never ends  Smiley.
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January 15, 2018, 07:24:31 AM
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Updating

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January 15, 2018, 09:16:18 AM
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Wow, nice. Thanks for this detailled guide!
Do you think it would also be possible to compile for OSX with this?

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January 15, 2018, 10:11:38 AM
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Cross-Compile XCN with Ubuntu for Windows:

Thanks very much! Added to the OP.

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January 15, 2018, 10:23:29 AM
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Wow, nice. Thanks for this detailled guide!
Do you think it would also be possible to compile for OSX with this?

MXE only does windows. I think OSX wallet can be compiled natively but it'll take a while to figure out.

XCN: CLgoYLKdn1bNxgMTCKpELwXP5K4K4XBiGK BTC: 122Aq1w5dDugxHnnBxFbaBCk1NBCzD9oAZ
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January 15, 2018, 11:34:11 AM
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thanks a lot for your work!
awesome tutorial

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January 15, 2018, 12:38:24 PM
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Cross-Compile XCN with Ubuntu for Windows:

Thanks very much! Added to the OP.

That is great.

Now all we need to have is for Centos 7 x64 and we can cover all our systems too Wink

Great guide!

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January 15, 2018, 12:42:50 PM
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Wow, nice. Thanks for this detailled guide!
Do you think it would also be possible to compile for OSX with this?

MXE only does windows. I think OSX wallet can be compiled natively but it'll take a while to figure out.

Most guides are for Ubuntu systems.

Almost none for Centos 7 x64 or Fedora 27 x64 (RHEL based systems in other words). You have done a great guide there anyway.

There is a dev we use who is great at getting cross compilations for both Win and OSX, but I am unsure if he is willing to divulge exactly how he does it. He is really great guy and a good dev also, so maybe he could give pointers to it.

We would like to setup our own, but all our systems are Centos 7 x64 and Fedora 27 x64 for the time being. At least they are the base systems for compilation for most daemons. We are finding a little trouble with XCN code in Centos 7 x64, but will eventually work it all out. Any help your end would be appreciated also.

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GRN - Gfz2cXMkhMZYWSFvLEMnM8bXk7X5Mtq2J2 . Exchange - https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=GRN_BTC . CWI-Thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601 . EMail - crysx@gnxs.com . CWI-Pyroxene (theMine) - http://pyroxene.chainworksindustries.com/ .
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January 15, 2018, 12:44:21 PM
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When I download it, I save as file name cryptonite-qt save as type 'Application' and run it. After loading it shows 0.00 XNC amounts and says, in red,  out of sync
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January 15, 2018, 12:54:16 PM
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When I download it, I save as file name cryptonite-qt save as type 'Application' and run it. After loading it shows 0.00 XNC amounts and says, in red,  out of sync

Well, the moment you run it it will be out of sync, but should start syncing in some seconds and be done after 30 minutes or more depending on your hardware and connection.

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January 15, 2018, 01:10:49 PM
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I removed the CPPFLAGS line from the compile script, it was a remnant of messing with qt5.

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January 15, 2018, 03:42:50 PM
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Wow, nice. Thanks for this detailled guide!
Do you think it would also be possible to compile for OSX with this?

MXE only does windows. I think OSX wallet can be compiled natively but it'll take a while to figure out.

Most guides are for Ubuntu systems.

Almost none for Centos 7 x64 or Fedora 27 x64 (RHEL based systems in other words). You have done a great guide there anyway.

There is a dev we use who is great at getting cross compilations for both Win and OSX, but I am unsure if he is willing to divulge exactly how he does it. He is really great guy and a good dev also, so maybe he could give pointers to it.

We would like to setup our own, but all our systems are Centos 7 x64 and Fedora 27 x64 for the time being. At least they are the base systems for compilation for most daemons. We are finding a little trouble with XCN code in Centos 7 x64, but will eventually work it all out. Any help your end would be appreciated also.

#crysx

I don't know much about other distros but the bitcoin depends folder on github is a good place to start.
It makes toolchains similar to mxe but the libraries will be different. You can go through the folder history
and see how they fixed different things.

XCN: CLgoYLKdn1bNxgMTCKpELwXP5K4K4XBiGK BTC: 122Aq1w5dDugxHnnBxFbaBCk1NBCzD9oAZ
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January 16, 2018, 12:35:08 PM
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XCN is good for mining in winter. If the temperature is high in summer and the power consumption is high, this is a big problem.I'm very comfortable in the computer room now.

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January 16, 2018, 01:40:34 PM
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Wow, nice. Thanks for this detailled guide!
Do you think it would also be possible to compile for OSX with this?

MXE only does windows. I think OSX wallet can be compiled natively but it'll take a while to figure out.

Most guides are for Ubuntu systems.

Almost none for Centos 7 x64 or Fedora 27 x64 (RHEL based systems in other words). You have done a great guide there anyway.

There is a dev we use who is great at getting cross compilations for both Win and OSX, but I am unsure if he is willing to divulge exactly how he does it. He is really great guy and a good dev also, so maybe he could give pointers to it.

We would like to setup our own, but all our systems are Centos 7 x64 and Fedora 27 x64 for the time being. At least they are the base systems for compilation for most daemons. We are finding a little trouble with XCN code in Centos 7 x64, but will eventually work it all out. Any help your end would be appreciated also.

#crysx

I don't know much about other distros but the bitcoin depends folder on github is a good place to start.
It makes toolchains similar to mxe but the libraries will be different. You can go through the folder history
and see how they fixed different things.


Thanks mate.

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January 19, 2018, 03:17:48 AM
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I'm European, living in Thailand and I use bx.in.th.

On BX I can invest in cryptonite.

XCN/BTC Cryptonite

Last price : 0.00000084
Change : -5.62%
Volume : 989,681 XCN

I only have 1 question, why will I invest in Cryptonite, or why will I advice people in Thailand and Europe to invest in it?

The website about Cryptonite's, home page is ok, but "development news" looks "Not-Professional" and is out-dated. Last input was from 19th of September 2014.

I'ts maybe possible for go for the fast gaine, hoping on a positive change and fast redraw the investment.

But we are more looking for a long time project.

I repeat my question : Why will I/We add Cryptonite in or long time investment strategie?

PS: The very low price is not an argument.

Looks like I was in the wrong tread with my first question  Roll Eyes
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January 19, 2018, 09:30:15 AM
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I'm European, living in Thailand and I use bx.in.th.

On BX I can invest in cryptonite.

XCN/BTC Cryptonite

Last price : 0.00000084
Change : -5.62%
Volume : 989,681 XCN

I only have 1 question, why will I invest in Cryptonite, or why will I advice people in Thailand and Europe to invest in it?

The website about Cryptonite's, home page is ok, but "development news" looks "Not-Professional" and is out-dated. Last input was from 19th of September 2014.

I'ts maybe possible for go for the fast gaine, hoping on a positive change and fast redraw the investment.

But we are more looking for a long time project.

I repeat my question : Why will I/We add Cryptonite in or long time investment strategie?

PS: The very low price is not an argument.

Looks like I was in the wrong tread with my first question  Roll Eyes


Cryptonite is still in active development but we have some issues:

- difficulty in entering new exchanges now that some (where we have been historically strong) were closed (luckly, novaexchange seem to be headed for a relaunch).
- need to organise a rebranding or at least an update of the website and other information, but before investing in communication we should fix the previous point.
- my time is limited and I'd need support from community (which has been great till now): for a serious relaunch we need to work on the previous 2 points.

So well, things are progressing slowly but after 4 years we are still here with our innovative technology, which in part is still unique in the crypto world. And this is a proof that we are not a scam or P&D scheme like most of the other coins, which may have a lot of support but end up as worthless.

Thanks for your support.

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January 19, 2018, 09:32:09 AM
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I was familiar with an old trading platform and XCN was traded only on this trading platform. Once I had more than 30 times profit in XCN, so I focused on XCN and learned that its technical team is still trying to expand XCN Marketing, which made me excited,

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