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May 04, 2019, 09:13:38 PM
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May 05, 2019, 12:11:25 AM
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I am in full support of changing to a more advanced and more secure code base, especially since it is also significantly easier/faster for the developers to work with.
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May 06, 2019, 07:12:18 PM
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I think maybe next month on June txbit will be listed on coinmarketcap and maybe this will help a bit the exchange and possible more people will start use it. Maybe after is listed a signature campaign for txbit can be made.
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I think maybe next month on June txbit will be listed on coinmarketcap and maybe this will help a bit the exchange and possible more people will start use it. Maybe after is listed a signature campaign for txbit can be made.
I think the team can release in anytime they want. There are people whom can freely support txbit.io because they don't join signature campaign. Currently, the total volume of txbit exchange is low. Why not give it a try to help increasing its volume? Coinmarketcap is a story for near future, but we should not all rely on coinmarketcap's effects. Honestly I am very impressed with graphics and structures of txbit exchange, and I believe that the only thing potential users care about is total volume traded on txbit. They most likely don't want to join and trade on low volume exchange, nowadays.

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May 07, 2019, 10:57:05 AM
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i believe you guys should wait the codebase change at least until txbit listed to cmc, so that way even if other exchanges refuse to list again, we could still be traded and show statistics at cmc.
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May 08, 2019, 06:52:54 PM
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...This got us thinking. Why should we stick with the Pivx codebase? Sure, at the core level it is based on BTC, and it’s a reliable cryptocurrency because of that. But, due to the nature of it using C++ coding language, it’s somewhat difficult to develop on and not an easy task to add new features. As such it would make more sense to move to a codebase that we as developers are a lot more familiar with. Our native language is C#/.NET, and we can develop a hell of a lot better on it than C++...

Excellent! As a proud Solarian, I completely agree and support this plan.


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May 15, 2019, 07:55:24 AM
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Seems that masternode client's memory consumption slowly grows with the blockchain size.
Are there plans to reduce it?
Maybe some code improvements
I mean I ordered rather cheap vps with 1 G memory.
Half a year ago it was more than enough but not now.
Should MN hold all blockchain in the memory or there is other reason?
Just curious Smiley

easy solution for  this .

https://solaris.helpsite.com/articles/33846-how-to-add-a-swap-file-recommended-if-vps-has-only-1gb-of-ram
Thank you, but on vps I get:
~$ sudo swapon /swapfile
swapon: /swapfile: swapon failed: Operation not permitted

Possibly swapping is forbidden on the vps.
Hope new platform will allow to reduce memory consumption)
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Dear Solarians,

It has been sometime since we posted any updates on Solaris as the core team were mostly busy with Txbit Exchange development, progressing it’s features and functionality.

As most of you are aware from the current Roadmap found on the Solariscoin.com website, a major codebase update was planned for Q3 of this year. After Pivx team discovered a potential exploit in the Zerocoin library, the Solaris team used a spork to de-activate the Zerocoin protocol on the XLR blockchain to prevent any exploits from happening. As such we also started working on a codebase update in hopes to get it released sooner than expected while fixing all the issues with the old codebase.

Unfortunately just as we were getting through the updating process, another, much more serious exploit, was disclosed by the Zcoin team. This exploit stems from the Zerocoin library and is much harder to fix, infact no project using the Zerocoin protocol has found a fix at the time of writing this article.

This got us thinking. Why should we stick with the Pivx codebase? Sure, at the core level it is based on BTC, and it’s a reliable cryptocurrency because of that. But, due to the nature of it using C++ coding language, it’s somewhat difficult to develop on and not an easy task to add new features. As such it would make more sense to move to a codebase that we as developers are a lot more familiar with. Our native language is C#/.NET, and we can develop a hell of a lot better on it than C++.

So, what will we do next?
We certainly don’t have the time or manpower to develop a brand new codebase, but we have narrowed down on what we feel is one of the best developed and easily accessible codebases that we would like to base the Solaris 3.0 blockchain on.

Stratis (STRAT) is a fantastic blockchain platform, with the core technology and consensus based on Bitcoin, but re-written in C#. It easily allows to develop new solutions and services using the .NET platform, giving a lot more flexibility to future developments with native Smart Contracts in C#, sidechain technology and other beneficial opportunities that are not possible on the Pivx codebase.

One of the first things we believe we will be able to do is implement direct Txbit trading into the core Solaris wallet, allowing users to quickly exchange XLR with other pairings on Txbit. Of course this plan is only in its infancy and a lot more work is required to flesh it out, but it’s certainly a possibility which is not available if we continue on the current codebase.

Stratis is also a natively Proof-of-Stake consensus cryptocurrency, which aligns nicely with the current XLR state. While Stratis does not have native chain Masternodes, they are available for the Stratis side chains. We will port over the Masternodes to the mainchain and make it a much simpler process than is currently required to set-up the Masternode. We will make sure to implement Masternodes for the release of the new mainnet.

Some of you probably have the questions whether the Solaris Reward Program will get affected by this change. We are happy to say that there is no change regarding this, Txbit will still share the 50% of Net Transaction Fees with Solaris holders.

What are the Positives?
As already briefly described above, we see many positives such a move to a Stratis codebase will bring. First of all we will be able to develop new features and functionality, both on blockchain level and the services around it such as the GUI wallet due to it being natively C# and .NET platform.

It also opens up a new pool of possible developers, whether it’s community involvement or the core team expanding, as C# language and .NET platform are very popular and largely under-used in the blockchain sphere. Developers who are already familiar with these languages don’t have to go and learn C++ which is largely obsolete in the corporate world on IT. This allows for many more opportunities to bring new and exciting features to Solaris in the future.

This change will also allow us to re-invigorate the community, as updates will be more often and with bigger possibilities on the new codebase. We will also propose, and have a discussion with a vote, to instate a small dev fund to once again fire up various bounties, from marketing related to external development, that made Solaris so visible previously.

What are the Negatives?
As always there are some negative outcomes that we need to consider when discussing this decision with the Solaris community.

First and foremost a change like this will require a swap from the current Pivx based XLR coins to the new blockchain. Swaps are tedious, with many people usually not checking the progress of the coins they hold and missing out on the swap period. As such we will ensure that the swap period is sufficiently long, 6 months or more, to ensure all active XLR will be swapped over to the new chain.

Secondly, a change to a new codebase like this will mean some exchanges that we are already on will either delist us, or request a new listing payment to ensure the new wallet is installed and coins swapped over. Of course this is not the case with Txbit, as it will support and swap over coins on the exchange.

Of course such a change will also mean the new wallet will not be released until at least late Q2, or Q3 of this year. There is a fair amount of work involved to ensure a smooth transition to the new chain, and we want to ensure there is as little disruption as possible to any existing services. This means extensive testing of the new codebase, changes to the website and all the documentation/guides have to be redone. Txbit has to be ready for the change as well, including the Solaris Reward Program. In short, it will be a lot of work, but we feel it’s positive change for the future of Solaris.

With this in mind, what do we do?
We stated our case. At the end of the day this is a decentralized project and the decision is up to the holders of XLR. First and foremost, we want to discuss this decision with you. Come join us on Telegram or Discord (links below) and voice your opinion. If there is a community support for this plan, we will hold a governance vote with the Masternode holders, and possibly some other means to ensure most of the community is able to join in the decision making if we should go forward with this proposal.




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May 17, 2019, 10:46:42 PM
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Do you support the Solaris 3.0 proposal?



Thank you for supporting Solaris !




Yes, most definitely.

Will there be a poll implemented for voting for it on this thread?
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May 20, 2019, 08:23:15 PM
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Seems that masternode client's memory consumption slowly grows with the blockchain size.
Are there plans to reduce it?
Maybe some code improvements
I mean I ordered rather cheap vps with 1 G memory.
Half a year ago it was more than enough but not now.
Should MN hold all blockchain in the memory or there is other reason?
Just curious Smiley

easy solution for  this .

https://solaris.helpsite.com/articles/33846-how-to-add-a-swap-file-recommended-if-vps-has-only-1gb-of-ram
Thank you, but on vps I get:
~$ sudo swapon /swapfile
swapon: /swapfile: swapon failed: Operation not permitted

Possibly swapping is forbidden on the vps.
Hope new platform will allow to reduce memory consumption)

Do you have a small single board computer like Raspberry Pi or Orange Pi2+ or any other variant? Then you can use CLI interface of Solaris wallet over a CLI Linux OS with no memory problem at all.
I've been doing this for quite some time now and it's been two months of continuous POS mining without any issues and rock solid stability.
If you usually go for POS coins and it's respective mining then the above hardware might be a good investment as it will cost in a range of $20-$30.
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May 20, 2019, 10:23:37 PM
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I'm just wondering if there is anyway we can track the voting process for the Solaris 3.0 proposal? I'm a assuming that most of the community will vote for yes for the change as it makes more sense to change code base as the dev can work more on developments. If anyone knows the current results, please share them, thank you.



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May 20, 2019, 11:38:09 PM
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Seems that masternode client's memory consumption slowly grows with the blockchain size.
Are there plans to reduce it?
Maybe some code improvements
I mean I ordered rather cheap vps with 1 G memory.
Half a year ago it was more than enough but not now.
Should MN hold all blockchain in the memory or there is other reason?
Just curious Smiley

easy solution for  this .

https://solaris.helpsite.com/articles/33846-how-to-add-a-swap-file-recommended-if-vps-has-only-1gb-of-ram
Thank you, but on vps I get:
~$ sudo swapon /swapfile
swapon: /swapfile: swapon failed: Operation not permitted

Possibly swapping is forbidden on the vps.
Hope new platform will allow to reduce memory consumption)

Do you have a small single board computer like Raspberry Pi or Orange Pi2+ or any other variant? Then you can use CLI interface of Solaris wallet over a CLI Linux OS with no memory problem at all.
I've been doing this for quite some time now and it's been two months of continuous POS mining without any issues and rock solid stability.
If you usually go for POS coins and it's respective mining then the above hardware might be a good investment as it will cost in a range of $20-$30.
Good idea!
But it will require static IP at home and have it always on.
I'll think about it.
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May 21, 2019, 12:30:31 PM
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I'm just wondering if there is anyway we can track the voting process for the Solaris 3.0 proposal? I'm a assuming that most of the community will vote for yes for the change as it makes more sense to change code base as the dev can work more on developments. If anyone knows the current results, please share them, thank you.
I think the Solaris team will update the Solaris 3.0 proposal vote on weekly basis, like they did with developmental reports weekly for txbit.io exchange months ago. For serious things, Solaris thing usually update regularly to keep the community being updated with newest progresses. I hope that Solaris 3.0 proposal will be successful voted and a new milestone of Solaris project (and txbit.io) will be started with it. Winter went away, so if Solaris team can take advantage of the crypto bull run, the coin can grown up dramatically from its current price.

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May 22, 2019, 08:51:55 AM
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I'm just wondering if there is anyway we can track the voting process for the Solaris 3.0 proposal? I'm a assuming that most of the community will vote for yes for the change as it makes more sense to change code base as the dev can work more on developments. If anyone knows the current results, please share them, thank you.

Hi Vella, we haven't yet started the official vote for the change, but we will very soon. We are thinking of running the vote across all possible mediums that our community is involved in, and then aggregating the votes together.

So:

  • Masternodes will vote using the Solaris wallet
  • A poll here on bitcointalk thread
  • A poll on the Telegram channel
  • A poll on the Discord

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May 22, 2019, 09:52:46 PM
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I'm just wondering if there is anyway we can track the voting process for the Solaris 3.0 proposal? I'm a assuming that most of the community will vote for yes for the change as it makes more sense to change code base as the dev can work more on developments. If anyone knows the current results, please share them, thank you.

Hi Vella, we haven't yet started the official vote for the change, but we will very soon. We are thinking of running the vote across all possible mediums that our community is involved in, and then aggregating the votes together.

So:

  • Masternodes will vote using the Solaris wallet
  • A poll here on bitcointalk thread
  • A poll on the Telegram channel
  • A poll on the Discord

Thanks mate, I thought it started as I saw a poll on Twitter a couple weeks ago. That's good that the team will be having polls on most social media sites as it gives everyone a chance to vote including people staking. Will there be a poll on Twitter as well? Solaris has a big following on there so I think Twitter is a must.



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May 22, 2019, 10:03:06 PM
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I'm just wondering if there is anyway we can track the voting process for the Solaris 3.0 proposal? I'm a assuming that most of the community will vote for yes for the change as it makes more sense to change code base as the dev can work more on developments. If anyone knows the current results, please share them, thank you.

Hi Vella, we haven't yet started the official vote for the change, but we will very soon. We are thinking of running the vote across all possible mediums that our community is involved in, and then aggregating the votes together.

So:

  • Masternodes will vote using the Solaris wallet
  • A poll here on bitcointalk thread
  • A poll on the Telegram channel
  • A poll on the Discord

Thanks mate, I thought it started as I saw a poll on Twitter a couple weeks ago. That's good that the team will be having polls on most social media sites as it gives everyone a chance to vote including people staking. Will there be a poll on Twitter as well? Solaris has a big following on there so I think Twitter is a must.

There was a Twitter poll indeed, and while not exactly "Official" decision maker poll, it had over 85% support!

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Dear Solarians,

As most of you have already aware, we are proposing to move Solaris to a a Stratis based codebase based on C#, allowing us to build up far more advanced features onto the new Solaris blockchain and modernizing the wallets to enable features such as in-wallet trading on txbit, a privacy based protocol using TumbleBit (a coin mixer) and other features. The new codebase also allows for far more advanced capabilities in terms of Smart Contracting, Sidechains and generally much faster development than on the previous codebase.

To read the proposal please go here: https://bit.ly/2M6bR0I

We have already started some preliminary work in a private repository with the new codebase, and we are pleased to report that everything is going much better and faster than expected. Kees De Wit, our lead developer, had some amazing words to say about the Stratis codebase which was quickly picked up by their community as seen here: https://twitter.com/Khil0ne/status/1131221165299703814

XLR Masternode Owner Vote

Generally we saw outstanding support for this proposal during our community discussions, but this being a decentralized project at the core means a real vote using the current codebase is the best way to confirm it with the holders of XLR, specifically the Masternode owners.

We have set-up a Governance proposal through the Solaris wallet, and we can all Masternode holders to take a few minutes to make their decision and vote on this proposal.

The process to vote is simple:

1. Open your Solaris-Qt wallet from which the Masternodes are running.

2. Open the console by going to Tools > Debug Console

3. Copy and Paste the command below based on your YES or NO vote, and press Enter (This will cast a votes for multiple Masternodes if you run them):

YES VOTE:
mnbudget vote-many fb97dba89922b213069bce8b488972e25566b849422135181df54eb1c5ed2968 yes

NO VOTE:
mnbudget vote-many fb97dba89922b213069bce8b488972e25566b849422135181df54eb1c5ed2968 no


To check the current vote results you can type this command into the Debug Console:

mnbudget getinfo solaris3.0

Thank you for all the support!

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May 24, 2019, 10:54:17 AM
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Guys how much coin for masternode ? Is this worth to invest ?
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May 24, 2019, 11:44:36 AM
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Guys how much coin for masternode ? Is this worth to invest ?

1000 XLR

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May 28, 2019, 04:20:31 PM
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Hello People, let's vote for "Solaris(XLR)" in TOP MASTERNODES
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