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March 28, 2016, 07:38:19 PM
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I'm interesting to enjoy,, How can I join this?
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March 28, 2016, 09:13:51 PM
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Just a heads up -
I'm switching my network service from DSL to Fiber Optic, and I will probably have to switch my static IP block address.
All this really means is access to Bitbar.co and Litebar.co will be interrupted for several hours to a day or two depending on how long it take to propagate the IP address change.

SO don't freak out if you can't connect to the website !  Grin


This is bullhonky.
?? I think its awesome - I'm going from 7meg down  and .896 meg up  to 40 meg down and 20 meg up.
The web sites will load faster.   

dial up is where it's at bro.. I love that sound of connecting. Fiber doesn't make noise so.. yeah its stupid. DSL is for astronauts because they are in the space station near the satellites so they are the only ones who get good band width from it.  Cheesy


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March 29, 2016, 06:02:25 AM
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on a more serious note.. it seems both H2C and ispace are on a different chain then cryptopia again.... I just sent 14.6BTB to my wallet from H2C and they haven't showed yet. I checked the diff and see my wallet is the same as cryptopia.(42.xx as of right now with H2c and ispace @ 36 and 37) I just did a check and repair wallet and 34 bars just popped into my wallet....wtf?! this is becoming ridiculous. i have 6 more sitting there immature that I think I am going to lose..  but where did the 34 come from and do I get to keep them?


isn't there a way to shrink the size of the wallet file by removing the transactions of orphans?

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March 29, 2016, 02:05:31 PM
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on a more serious note.. it seems both H2C and ispace are on a different chain then cryptopia again.... I just sent 14.6BTB to my wallet from H2C and they haven't showed yet. I checked the diff and see my wallet is the same as cryptopia.(42.xx as of right now with H2c and ispace @ 36 and 37) I just did a check and repair wallet and 34 bars just popped into my wallet....wtf?! this is becoming ridiculous. i have 6 more sitting there immature that I think I am going to lose..  but where did the 34 come from and do I get to keep them?


isn't there a way to shrink the size of the wallet file by removing the transactions of orphans?
I added zap wallet to the new wallet that's coming out. It removes all the transactions from the wallet, then rescans.
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March 29, 2016, 11:26:46 PM
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here is the Bitcoin address for donations to help with Bitbar:
17jeqzYLi7Y4QivVA32MKpqWMcRzwEmFmK

feel free to use it as much as you would like    Grin
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March 30, 2016, 07:02:41 PM
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ok Bitbar.co and Litebar.co are back up - sorry for the delay.
They should load faster, at least from my end
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April 04, 2016, 04:29:08 AM
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Is the new windows wallet coming out today?

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April 04, 2016, 04:40:15 AM
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Is the new windows wallet coming out today?
The one for Litebar has.

The one for Bitbar is about done. I had to back up a few steps and delete the rounded corners on the tooltips (popup discriptions) and get rid of the font changes because, while it worked awesome on the linux qt wallets, it looked like crap on the windows wallets.
The pop up tips didn't fit the fonts.

I've been running the new wallet to test it and so far so good.

I'm thinking about restricting the older wallets from connecting so they are forced to update. If I do that, I should probably put out a warning, but since they haven't updated anyway - they probably don't know about the update ...
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April 04, 2016, 06:39:39 AM
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Is the new windows wallet coming out today?
The one for Litebar has.

The one for Bitbar is about done. I had to back up a few steps and delete the rounded corners on the tooltips (popup discriptions) and get rid of the font changes because, while it worked awesome on the linux qt wallets, it looked like crap on the windows wallets.
The pop up tips didn't fit the fonts.

I've been running the new wallet to test it and so far so good.

I'm thinking about restricting the older wallets from connecting so they are forced to update. If I do that, I should probably put out a warning, but since they haven't updated anyway - they probably don't know about the update ...

I saw the new litebar wallet and running it now.  

I was trying to think of a way to alert the old wallets and thought of this: You know how you can see peers in a list with the console command and in that info shows the wallet version. so use that to msg old wallets. make it say like "If you are reading this you need to upgrade your wallet to xxxxxx.xxx sucka!" for the new wallet version info. But if it is a new wallet you are using the getpeerinfo command on, it shows the actual version less the "you need to" part, probably wouldn't be that hard to code. It's not perfect, but a msg would get to the old wallet if they looked at the peer list. What do you think?

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April 04, 2016, 02:06:20 PM
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holy crap.. theres over 1000MH on the wrong btb chain over @ H2C right now...

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April 05, 2016, 01:28:58 AM
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I was trying to think of a way to alert the old wallets and thought of this: You know how you can see peers in a list with the console command and in that info shows the wallet version. so use that to msg old wallets. make it say like "If you are reading this you need to upgrade your wallet to xxxxxx.xxx sucka!" for the new wallet version info. But if it is a new wallet you are using the getpeerinfo command on, it shows the actual version less the "you need to" part, probably wouldn't be that hard to code. It's not perfect, but a msg would get to the old wallet if they looked at the peer list. What do you think?
It's a good idea. Most of the time if a wallet gets the wrong information, it bans the connecting wallet. same effect

It might me possible to send a small message back, but if they were to actually do a getpeerinfo - they should get a clue when they see all of the /BitBar:0.7.4/ in there list.
Some people just don't get it until it's broke.
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April 16, 2016, 04:07:21 PM
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Well, the Cryptopia pools hash rate is 2.48 GH/s
Current Block: 163508
Difficulty: 30.05880266

the rest of us have a hash rate of 552.57 MH/s
Current Block: 163697
Difficulty: 31.90737198

Cryptopia works with two wallets, one for the pool and one for the exchange. Their exchange wallet still matches us - so that's good.
I asked Hex to update the pool's wallet and resync.

When total network hash is 552 Mh you can't throw 2,000 Mh (2 Gh) on it
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April 16, 2016, 04:21:42 PM
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Update on the wallet.

So the daemon part is done.
new key added for checkpoint server
new key and replaced missing code for alert messages
added -zapwallettxes - removes all transactions from your wallet.dat and rescans the whole chain (this takes a while)
build  version increased to v0.4.4.xxx
client version increased to 60007

Those of you using bitbard, feel free to pull the source and start using it.

Those of you using the QT wallet, just a little longer.
I'm still working on the style sheets.
(and any problems found by our testers - thanks userpike)
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April 17, 2016, 06:41:18 PM
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Net Hashrate
10,317.25 MH/s

So far our block explorer seems to be keeping up with the blocks coming in about 10 seconds apart.
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April 17, 2016, 07:09:01 PM
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Net Hashrate
10,317.25 MH/s

So far our block explorer seems to be keeping up with the blocks coming in about 10 seconds apart.
That was a wild ride.
10,000 Mh slammed on a ? 300Mh network.

All the new wallets didn't like it and disconnected.
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April 19, 2016, 02:03:21 PM
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been noticing when I start the wallet i get a network alert but doesn't say what the problem is
alert = ""
to temporarily mask the 'checkpoint to old' message
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April 25, 2016, 04:47:48 AM
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I tried the "balance" option in cgminer between the new BTB wallet and 42 wallet and its working out nicely. I've never tried the balance option before. There doesn't seem to be any problems mining solo with the new BTB wallet either.


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April 25, 2016, 04:54:10 AM
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nice.

The new wallet is about ready -
I added the zapwallet to the wallet menu, and it works nice, I can't figure out how to clear and reload the transactions table.

I might just leave it that way. All you have to do is shut down the wallet and start it back up again.

At least you don't have to use a command prompt (cmd) to zap the wallet - you just do it in the GUI, then restart the wallet.
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April 27, 2016, 02:30:29 AM
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Good work, guys. Keep BTB rolling!

Any word on whats going on with the BTB at Cryptsy?

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April 27, 2016, 02:56:57 AM
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Good work, guys. Keep BTB rolling!

Any word on whats going on with the BTB at Cryptsy?
Haven't heard a thing about cryptsy since the site went down.
I pretty much wrote off my losses there. damn it.
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