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February 10, 2016, 06:07:06 AM
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blockchain updated today

http://mineblocks.no-ip.org:2627/pool/BTB/
(you still have a link to blackdiamondcoin)   Smiley

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February 10, 2016, 06:12:13 AM
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I'm just gonna re-DL the blockchain then. I'm not planning any transactions soon anyway. It DLs pretty fast though. I noticed my block of 44 bars staked finally(last week) but still isn't giving anything back. I wonder how much it has to be to get something other than 0.0BTB.

I've haven't staked any yet, this might be a good question for Lukemarshall
I take that back - I DID make a little stake... 0.05 BTB
It still shows as 0.00 on the transactions tab, but if you double click on the tx and open a detail box, it shows a +0.05 tx -yay
it was on a 20 btb stake
here is the tx if you want to see it:
stake tx

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February 10, 2016, 06:18:15 AM
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Interesting - the 20 btb block gets split in half, so now there are two 10 btb blocks. the next time they stake, I will end up with four 5 btb blocks...
I wonder how that works for people who only mine and get like 1 btb block payout ( or even 0.3 btb ) ??

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February 10, 2016, 06:36:21 AM
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Interesting - the 20 btb block gets split in half, so now there are two 10 btb blocks. the next time they stake, I will end up with four 5 btb blocks...
I wonder how that works for people who only mine and get like 1 btb block payout ( or even 0.3 btb ) ??

YES!! me too! I just checked it. The 44.4 was cut in half and like you said, in the details it shows it gave me .15 BTB. pretty cool!
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February 10, 2016, 06:40:39 AM
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Interesting - the 20 btb block gets split in half, so now there are two 10 btb blocks. the next time they stake, I will end up with four 5 btb blocks...
I wonder how that works for people who only mine and get like 1 btb block payout ( or even 0.3 btb ) ??

YES!! me too! I just checked it. The 44.4 was cut in half and like you said, in the details it shows it gave me .15 BTB. pretty cool!
I wonder if it could be changed on the transactions tab to say 0.15 instead of 0.00 [note to self]

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February 10, 2016, 06:50:52 AM
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I may be selling the S5 to buy some used scrypt asic hardware before its worthless like the S1s I have still. Thats crazy to me that scrypt hardware is holding more value that SHA miners. I can get more for my 13+ MH scrypt asic on ebay than i can for an S5...
i finally got my S7, and then my old s4 started working.. thats about 7Th for bitcoin along with my three GAW Falcons (scrypt/30Mh ea)
and my nine gridseed blades.
I think I have gone a little overboard on this 'hobby'


I saw a GAW War Machine on Ebay the other day... then I noticed drool on my keyboard. i think it was drool..

I bet you won't have to turn the heat on in your home during the cold months lol
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February 12, 2016, 12:27:32 AM
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I just read a few pages back about cryptsy receiving bad forked coins. Someone suggested that to fix the issue people would basically have to reverse a bunch of transactions or I guess nullify them. Obviously that's not realistic, and I know cryptsy is dealing with a lot of shit right now, but if they get a chance to deal with bitbar, could there be a likely solution they would use to get customers good bitbars? (Like would it be possible for them to nullify bad coins and spread the loss across users? or are all the coins on cryptsy automatically unusable?) I had over 2k BTB on cryptsy and I'm scared that they are as gone as the litecoins i had on the site  Sad

Also, if they were taking in coins from multiple forks (if I understand that to be possible, correct me if i misread) and then allowing them to be traded on their network, could that be considered negligence under the law? In the sense that they were knowingly allowing (or at least not preventing) "counterfeit" crypto to be mixed with good crypto and then taking fees from "counterfeit" trades? I know there's a class action lawsuit going, but I don't think this issue would fall in it (that is if I understood this correctly  Huh )
 
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February 12, 2016, 02:49:50 AM
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I just read a few pages back about cryptsy receiving bad forked coins. Someone suggested that to fix the issue people would basically have to reverse a bunch of transactions or I guess nullify them. Obviously that's not realistic, and I know cryptsy is dealing with a lot of shit right now, but if they get a chance to deal with bitbar, could there be a likely solution they would use to get customers good bitbars? (Like would it be possible for them to nullify bad coins and spread the loss across users? or are all the coins on cryptsy automatically unusable?) I had over 2k BTB on cryptsy and I'm scared that they are as gone as the litecoins i had on the site  Sad

Also, if they were taking in coins from multiple forks (if I understand that to be possible, correct me if i misread) and then allowing them to be traded on their network, could that be considered negligence under the law? In the sense that they were knowingly allowing (or at least not preventing) "counterfeit" crypto to be mixed with good crypto and then taking fees from "counterfeit" trades? I know there's a class action lawsuit going, but I don't think this issue would fall in it (that is if I understood this correctly  Huh )

It's not possible to get coins from multiple forks - only the fork you are on.

Once they update their wallet and get in sync with the rest of us, the 'bad' bitbars will (should) turn to orphans in their wallet, or at least become unspendable.

How they are going to disburse funds is another matter. I guess it will be first come - first serve until they run out. (like everything else)

As for knowingly trade 'bad' bitbars, I don't think they actually 'knew'.
At the time, all they were getting were service tickets stating deposits and withdrawals weren't going through, and as you stated, they had/have a lot of things going on, and I don't think they ever got around to looking into the problem until it was too late, and things blew up for them.

I feel for ya man - I've got six different alt-coins there in locked wallets, about 5 BTC worth that I probably won't get back.
At least I can login still and visit them   Cry

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February 12, 2016, 11:33:51 PM
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reading these stories is depressing. If the alts weren't stolen why can't they send them out?  I thought it was just BTC and LTC that was stolen. I'd like to see how the code of the lucky7coin was modified so that it would eventually compromise the whole dang exchanges' security measures. Seems far fetched to me.
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February 12, 2016, 11:49:41 PM
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reading these stories is depressing. If the alts weren't stolen why can't they send them out?  I thought it was just BTC and LTC that was stolen. I'd like to see how the code of the lucky7coin was modified so that it would eventually compromise the whole dang exchanges' security measures. Seems far fetched to me.
here is a link you can read up on https://github.com/alerj78/lucky7coin/issues/1

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February 13, 2016, 12:55:20 AM
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reading these stories is depressing. If the alts weren't stolen why can't they send them out?  I thought it was just BTC and LTC that was stolen. I'd like to see how the code of the lucky7coin was modified so that it would eventually compromise the whole dang exchanges' security measures. Seems far fetched to me.
here is a link you can read up on https://github.com/alerj78/lucky7coin/issues/1


wow that's crazy. Thanks for the link.
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February 14, 2016, 06:12:00 PM
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New Pool BTB !!!! 0,5 Fees


http://mineblocks.eu
Doesn't have Bitbar (yet ??)


I saw that also and checked for it ha!

I happened to notice my wallet out of sync and saw I had only one connection. I checked it with the getpeerinfo and it showed as satoshi:7.4.0 instead of Bitbar7.4.0. I deleted the peers.dat and restarted the wallet, now back to having connections but staying 96 blocks behind sync. i wonder if i should re-DL the blockchain.

Pool Provisional

http://mineblocks.no-ip.org:2627/pool/BTB/


 
Let us know when you have a permanent link for the Bitbar pool and I will add it to our web site  Smiley

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February 14, 2016, 09:15:37 PM
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Added http://crypto-city.com/index.php/pages/3/ to the web site.
Bitbar now has a page there - along with a discussion thread.

Crypto-city is like a facebook for crypto-ites  (cryptonians ??)

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February 15, 2016, 07:21:23 PM
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I just read on the HBN thread that Cryptsy is allowing HBN withdrawals so hopefully it won't be too much longer for people to get their Bitbars back.
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February 17, 2016, 12:54:26 AM
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Ispace is of on it's own chain again.

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February 18, 2016, 07:23:03 AM
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Ispace is of on it's own chain again.


How does this keep happening and can it be fixed?

H2C put BTB back up on the pool to be mined like an hour ago. It had been down since the 7th.
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February 18, 2016, 03:09:13 PM
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Ispace is of on it's own chain again.


How does this keep happening and can it be fixed?

H2C put BTB back up on the pool to be mined like an hour ago. It had been down since the 7th.
H2C is probably fine.
Ispace just keeps getting slammed with mega hash, knocking them off the chain - they make blocks too fast compared with the rest of the network.

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February 23, 2016, 12:21:59 AM
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Ispace is of on it's own chain again.

Someone who mines there should contact iSpace and ask them to remove BTB from their multipool. Its not good for them, and not good for bitbar to have such hash spikes.

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February 23, 2016, 12:43:26 AM
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I've send a couple of emails when I noticed they were off the chain, but never get a response.
I agree - and hope someone can get through to them.

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February 27, 2016, 05:25:21 AM
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small update for the bitbar wallet
added networkhashps mostly for the pools that are set up to show network hash.
No link for windows-qt wallet as of yet.

web site http://bitbar.co/
source https://github.com/Crypto-Currency/Bitbar/


*EDIT*
windows qt wallet links are now up on our web site and github

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