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May 10, 2013, 12:44:55 AM
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Hey there! I want to make a YACoin faucet, and I got the webhosting, however I was wondering, how to make a faucet? Are there any scripts publicly availible to make this easily?
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May 10, 2013, 12:51:41 AM
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Anyone?
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May 10, 2013, 01:02:33 AM
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I can sell you my script for a fee, and it should work with YACoin since it is based off bitcoind. Pm me for a price...

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May 10, 2013, 01:03:00 AM
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I'll write you one. I can do a quick PHP script.
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May 10, 2013, 01:04:34 AM
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I can sell you my script for a fee, and it should work with YACoin since it is based off bitcoind. Pm me for a price...

No thanks, it's already costing me to give it away, and it's to gain interest for YAcoin, I don't really have anything to pay for it.


I'll write you one. I can do a quick PHP script.

Thanks, that would be great!
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May 10, 2013, 01:05:35 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?
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May 10, 2013, 01:06:19 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?

Uh - I'm sorry, I can't say I'm an expert with these things, I want to give some BTC, what's an RPC server?
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May 10, 2013, 01:08:37 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?

Uh - I'm sorry, I can't say I'm an expert with these things, I want to give some BTC, what's an RPC server?
Yacoin and Bitcoin work the same way. If you tell them to, they will run something called an JSON-RPC server. On Bitcoin, it's done by using bitcoind or bitcoin-qt -server.
On Yacoin it's yacoin-qt -server.

JSON-RPC allows the wallet to be accessed programmatically. It's needed for any application that handles bitcoin.
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May 10, 2013, 01:10:17 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?

Uh - I'm sorry, I can't say I'm an expert with these things, I want to give some BTC, what's an RPC server?
Yacoin and Bitcoin work the same way. If you tell them to, they will run something called an JSON-RPC server. On Bitcoin, it's done by using bitcoind or bitcoin-qt -server.
On Yacoin it's yacoin-qt -server.

JSON-RPC allows the wallet to be accessed programmatically. It's needed for any application that handles bitcoin.

Oh, no I don't have an RPC server :/. Is one required? Also, do I need to buy one?
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May 10, 2013, 01:11:12 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?

Uh - I'm sorry, I can't say I'm an expert with these things, I want to give some BTC, what's an RPC server?
Yacoin and Bitcoin work the same way. If you tell them to, they will run something called an JSON-RPC server. On Bitcoin, it's done by using bitcoind or bitcoin-qt -server.
On Yacoin it's yacoin-qt -server.

JSON-RPC allows the wallet to be accessed programmatically. It's needed for any application that handles bitcoin.

Oh, no I don't have an RPC server :/. Is one required? Also, do I need to buy one?
You need one. Making a faucet without one is impossible. You can just run it on a VPS or on your own computer if it's on 24/7.
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May 10, 2013, 01:12:22 AM
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I can sell you my script for a fee, and it should work with YACoin since it is based off bitcoind. Pm me for a price...

No thanks, it's already costing me to give it away, and it's to gain interest for YAcoin, I don't really have anything to pay for it.

It is a security harden script runs on many web sites, and has never been hacked. People who are going to do this for free, for someone that doesn't have a programming background maybe just throw an insecure site together. That will lead to hacks and that is very sad, that you will not spend a little more to someone that make sure you have a great faucet, when your ready for someone to do this the right way. PM me...

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May 10, 2013, 01:12:32 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?

Uh - I'm sorry, I can't say I'm an expert with these things, I want to give some BTC, what's an RPC server?
Yacoin and Bitcoin work the same way. If you tell them to, they will run something called an JSON-RPC server. On Bitcoin, it's done by using bitcoind or bitcoin-qt -server.
On Yacoin it's yacoin-qt -server.

JSON-RPC allows the wallet to be accessed programmatically. It's needed for any application that handles bitcoin.

Oh, no I don't have an RPC server :/. Is one required? Also, do I need to buy one?
You need one. Making a faucet without one is impossible. You can just run it on a VPS or on your own computer if it's on 24/7.

I don't have an VPS, I can run it on my own PC, not 24/7 though - would it be a problem if I turned it on and off every now and then? Or would requests get clogged up and everything go wrong when I start it up again? Or would it just process them?
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May 10, 2013, 01:13:24 AM
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I have a JSON-RPC server you guys could use.
It's on my VPS.

230 days uptime ^_^

Very stable. I will donate it to the YAC cause.

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May 10, 2013, 01:15:37 AM
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Do you have a yacoin rpc server?

Uh - I'm sorry, I can't say I'm an expert with these things, I want to give some BTC, what's an RPC server?
Yacoin and Bitcoin work the same way. If you tell them to, they will run something called an JSON-RPC server. On Bitcoin, it's done by using bitcoind or bitcoin-qt -server.
On Yacoin it's yacoin-qt -server.

JSON-RPC allows the wallet to be accessed programmatically. It's needed for any application that handles bitcoin.

Oh, no I don't have an RPC server :/. Is one required? Also, do I need to buy one?
You need one. Making a faucet without one is impossible. You can just run it on a VPS or on your own computer if it's on 24/7.

I don't have an VPS, I can run it on my own PC, not 24/7 though - would it be a problem if I turned it on and off every now and then? Or would requests get clogged up and everything go wrong when I start it up again? Or would it just process them?
What you can do is write have a cron job that runs a PHP script every so often. This gets unpaid faucet requests from a DB and sends them. If the server is offline, it just doesn't go, and checks again next time it runs. So, requests would clog up, but it would work fine.
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May 10, 2013, 01:16:43 AM
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I have a JSON-RPC server you guys could use.
It's on my VPS.

230 days uptime ^_^

Very stable. I will donate it to the YAC cause.
Sounds good. If I get some code written I would love to use it! Thanks.
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May 10, 2013, 01:17:09 AM
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Great. You'll have to excuse me now for 30 minutes, a little busy Tongue

My yacoin giveaway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199716.0 - Need more people to donate in order to keep it going.
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May 10, 2013, 01:17:41 AM
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I have a JSON-RPC server you guys could use.
It's on my VPS.

230 days uptime ^_^

Very stable. I will donate it to the YAC cause.
Sounds good. If I get some code written I would love to use it! Thanks.

That would be great! I can provide webhosting and some YAcoins at first to fund, but I'm not that rich in BTC/YAC though so I can't do a lot, we'll need donations later on to keep it running. There's also a 100YAC bounty though so that's good.
EDIT : Of course the bounty would be sent to the faucet.
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May 10, 2013, 01:21:02 AM
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Are the RPC commands for Bitcoin and Yacoin the same?
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May 10, 2013, 01:35:45 AM
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Yes.

My yacoin giveaway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199716.0 - Need more people to donate in order to keep it going.
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May 10, 2013, 01:37:02 AM
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Yes.
Yay. I'll get started now.
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