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Avgustin Aldridge
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April 22, 2013, 08:32:31 AM
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I'm using bitcoinsharp to build my client. I try to download the blockchain in a peergroup network. Download starts, but when progress is 98%, the download is stopped & the client is waiting (2 hours without any change). The size of the downloaded blockchain file is 4.5 MB.

I use the following code:

PeerGroup peerGroup = new PeerGroup(blockStore, @params, chain);
peerGroup.AddAddress(new PeerAddress(IPAddress.Parse("84.38.65.102")));
peerGroup.AddAddress(new PeerAddress(IPAddress.Parse("83.23.15.71")));
peerGroup.Start();
peerGroup.DownloadBlockChain();

Any ideas?
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June 08, 2013, 10:53:41 PM
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As you can see, there are no many people doing things with .Net and bitcoinsharp is a port from bitcoinj 0.2 (a little old). Try to use bitcoinj with ikvm, i didn´t tried it but it could work.   
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June 09, 2013, 03:43:06 AM
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why is what? Why there is few .net devs in bitcoins? OSS community. That´s the reason why .net went several years behind java in almost all, just to mention: unit testing, continuos integration, dependency injection containers, ORMs, static code analysis and so on.

.Net doesn´t have a big enough OSS community. Ofcourse this is just an opinion.
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