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August 19, 2015, 04:24:57 AM
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XT is classified an alt-coin by the forum - so is it XT or not? Smiley

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August 19, 2015, 04:28:39 AM
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XT is classified an alt-coin by the forum - so is it XT or not? Smiley

not sure i understand your question, Bitcoin XT is as much bitcoin as anything, even if it becomes software of choice for the majority of nodes with the longest chain its still bitcoin not an altcoin.

its ignorance of the moderators to make such a distinction.

just out of interest what will your pool be running with regards to the bigger block debate?

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August 19, 2015, 04:32:51 AM
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I already answered that in my thread days ago.

Edit: but since you asked Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg12152832#msg12152832

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August 19, 2015, 04:42:42 AM
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I already answered that in my thread days ago.

Edit: but since you asked Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg12152832#msg12152832
thanks just checking my options, I guess I'll mine here then.

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August 19, 2015, 06:48:54 AM
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XT is classified an alt-coin by the forum - so is it XT or not? Smiley
Nor sure what you are asking...

I would say this is XT block

https://blockchain.info/block-index/955048/00000000000000000174419fa2ba5003e123dbd97c6982aff1863f016b04789d

But blocks that follow to this moment are not

https://blockchain.info/blocks/Slush

And do you care what someone who controls reddit and this forum says? I sure don't... But if that is your opinion then I'm it is OK with that...
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August 19, 2015, 06:57:45 AM
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And do you care what someone who controls reddit and this forum says? I sure don't... But if that is your opinion then I'm it is OK with that...
It's not about us passing judgement about what we believe - that's not under question here. The issue is this is a private run forum where the admin has set rules regarding XT that affect forum administration and moderation which brings up an interesting dilemma - if the forum rules specify that XT is not bitcoin, then if a pool is mining XT then by forum definitions it's become an altcoin pool. (I don't wish to open yet another discussion regarding that decision on this thread, there are millions of them already in meta/). However unless Theymos makes an issue of XT pools specifically I have no intention of applying that technicality to moderation.

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August 19, 2015, 07:06:46 AM
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OK I didn't know that kano asked that as a moderator...

EDIT: But he is not a moderator if I got this right... (Moderators: gmaxwell, MiningBuddy, -ck)
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August 19, 2015, 07:14:35 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1156489.0

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August 19, 2015, 07:31:35 AM
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I was DOS from TOR to and I would guess this s temporally. If QT's are assholes that is the only defence. And as far as I know that will change and will be based on number of request from IP and this is just a quick fix... Read mailing list...

And my mistake. We can't say it was a XT block. It could be BIP 101 block...

EDIT: Just looked at the code. What BS. It just uses a list that deprioritized a list of IPs that get dropped if you are DOS attack. And I do see a lot of IPs in the list that were DOSing me... So to say it is a blocking list... I got about 75% of that IPs in days and they are saying it took mouths to map... Real FUD... So I no longer need DROP rules in FW... That makes things batter for TOR not worst... They can now connect and only get drooped if I get DOS again...

EDIT2: It could be called same as pools and nodes doping so called SPAM in SPAM attack. There was a lot of valid ones in there... I know for at lest one since I was affected. But that was all good right? Since you agree that this is SPAM even if it is not...

EDIT3: I'm not sure but are they looking a different code or I'm missing something... Most of the issue had code from months ago not this one... and I think that someone agrees with me http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010388.html Someone jumped too soon... PR war and lies
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August 19, 2015, 09:51:52 AM
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could other pool admins stop spamming slush's thread with off-topic musings trying to lure miners by splitting hairs please?

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August 19, 2015, 12:52:00 PM
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could other pool admins stop spamming slush's thread with off-topic musings trying to lure miners by splitting hairs please?
Yeah I agree, that's why I'm only posting on topic comments here.

Take note of that next time you feel like posting in my pool thread Smiley

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August 19, 2015, 12:56:15 PM
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could other pool admins stop spamming slush's thread with off-topic musings trying to lure miners by splitting hairs please?
Yeah I agree, that's why I'm only posting on topic comments here.

Take note of that next time you feel like posting in my pool thread Smiley

Stop spamming this thread with your off-topic debate about what is alt and not. You saying it is on-topic is simply burying your pokey hed in the sand. you want o carry on that debate, take it to your self moderated pool thread (where your nonsense prevails over reason).
And by the way, you do not have any pool thread seeing this is a public forum, simply a self moderated thread (as in you can delete whatever comment does not suit your narrow-mindedness, in your case).

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August 19, 2015, 12:57:08 PM
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could other pool admins stop spamming slush's thread with off-topic musings trying to lure miners by splitting hairs please?
Yeah I agree, that's why I'm only posting on topic comments here.

Take note of that next time you feel like posting in my pool thread Smiley

Stop spamming this thread with your off-topic debate about what is alt and not. You saying it is on-topic is simply burying your pokey hed in the sand.
And by the way, you do not have any pool thread seeing this is a public forum, simply a self moderated thread (as in you can delete whatever comment does not suit your narrow-mindedness, in your case).
Thanks Smiley

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August 19, 2015, 01:04:43 PM
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Thanks Smiley
Do not feel obliged to respond as you only exercebate the spamming with that typically nonsensical response. And while at it, get a life!
Thank YOU.

In the meantime .... slush (the 15PH + pool) is on a bit of a roll today, eh!?

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August 19, 2015, 03:45:18 PM
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what is this for a block here?

https://blockchain.info/block-index/00000000000000000174419fa2ba5003e123dbd97c6982aff1863f016b04789d?site=slush

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August 19, 2015, 03:58:08 PM
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For those who inexplicably missed it: that's the first, and so far only, block that has its version number set to 536870919 (or 0x20000007 in hex)[1].  That number, in binary, sets a specific set of bits that signals to Bitcoin XT[2] that the block should count as vote in favor of a block size increase[3] as specified in BIP101[4].

Slush announced on facebook that they will be supporting both Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin XT as choices for miners[5].

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August 19, 2015, 04:15:07 PM
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For those who inexplicably missed it: that's the first, and so far only, block that has its version number set to 536870919 (or 0x20000007 in hex)[1].  That number, in binary, sets a specific set of bits that signals to Bitcoin XT[2] that the block should count as vote in favor of a block size increase[3] as specified in BIP101[4].

Slush announced on facebook that they will be supporting both Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin XT as choices for miners[5].

BS so far and nothing like a prove. where is the hex in the code?

EDIT: it's true. slush's pool mined the first XT block! such a shame!

/** Blocks with version fields that have these bits set activate the bigger-block fork */
const unsigned int SIZE_FORK_VERSION = 0x20000007;

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August 19, 2015, 05:15:11 PM
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Slush announced on facebook that they will be supporting both Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin XT as choices for miners[5].

Quote from: Slush@facebook
Since tomorrow you'll be able to vote for or vote against this proposal on Slush Pool directly with your miners. Stay tuned!
But it doesn't say how do we vote, yet there is a 'voting block' for XT, which I am personally against. I am sure we will have that option with the next pool update and this is probably just a test for it.

EDIT: it's true. slush's pool mined the first XT block! such a shame!

Slush was the first pool ever, first to implement Stratum and now the first pool implementing XT as an option. All will be fine quite soon (see above), so it's not a shame, but just another first for Slush.

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August 19, 2015, 05:31:46 PM
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EDIT: it's true. slush's pool mined the first XT block! such a shame!

Slush was the first pool ever, first to implement Stratum and now the first pool implementing XT as an option. All will be fine quite soon (see above), so it's not a shame, but just another first for Slush.

I don't want to be a part of these which mine XT blocks but I did not have a choice! Such a shame!

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August 19, 2015, 06:10:48 PM
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I was DOS from TOR to and I would guess this s temporally. If QT's are assholes that is the only defence. And as far as I know that will change and will be based on number of request from IP and this is just a quick fix... Read mailing list...

And my mistake. We can't say it was a XT block. It could be BIP 101 block...

EDIT: Just looked at the code. What BS. It just uses a list that deprioritized a list of IPs that get dropped if you are DOS attack. And I do see a lot of IPs in the list that were DOSing me... So to say it is a blocking list... I got about 75% of that IPs in days and they are saying it took mouths to map... Real FUD... So I no longer need DROP rules in FW... That makes things batter for TOR not worst... They can now connect and only get drooped if I get DOS again...

EDIT2: It could be called same as pools and nodes doping so called SPAM in SPAM attack. There was a lot of valid ones in there... I know for at lest one since I was affected. But that was all good right? Since you agree that this is SPAM even if it is not...

EDIT3: I'm not sure but are they looking a different code or I'm missing something... Most of the issue had code from months ago not this one... and I think that someone agrees with me http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010388.html Someone jumped too soon... PR war and lies

thanks for that, that's what we are talking about BIP101, I dont care what software nodes use, XT means nothing, it sounds like an ALT and Mikes branding makes it look like one too, I'm sure its just a PR thing. (even got a PM from r/nullc gloating over their victory.)

It's in the general interest of bitcoiners and those that benefit from better money in the future that we are free to make chooses and discuss them, I want to mine blocks that will support BIP101. - unfortunately Bitcoin XT is off topic precisely because it is the only option with a footprint in the Bitcoin space that runs the BIP101 improvement.

calling it an alt is ridiculous.

actually came here to say nice run on luck there :-) - lets change the OP subject line too. (16.42 Ph/s)

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