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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 499366 times)
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May 21, 2013, 09:41:32 PM
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are you blind?
"I need GUI dont saying me what i need"
i dont whent to use shell deamon. GUI just GUI

Suck it up and use the command line interface.  You will quickly learn that you can do things much faster and more efficiently than you could with the UI
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May 21, 2013, 09:42:38 PM
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Idiots, why you using GUI on windows, use it with cmd ah ah? ccc
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May 21, 2013, 09:53:17 PM
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Idiots, why you using GUI on windows, use it with cmd ah ah? ccc

are you retarded?

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May 21, 2013, 09:57:21 PM
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yes? what is your problem? i whent wallet-qt, not deamon,and end of story!
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May 21, 2013, 10:01:16 PM
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OK if you absolutely need the UI here are detailed compilation instructions

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May 21, 2013, 10:04:41 PM
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I think in his country Rude = Nice....

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May 21, 2013, 10:22:31 PM
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WTB 2000 DGC @ 14 LTC/1k ->PM me if u want to sell

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May 21, 2013, 10:31:29 PM
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WTB 2000 DGC @ 14 LTC/1k ->PM me if u want to sell

You'll probably have more success in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211243.0

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May 21, 2013, 10:32:22 PM
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I'd be willing to create a pool for this currency. Have a world class datacenter with low latency/hops, Gb HSRP internet connectivity, redundant load balancers and switches. HP DL360 servers.

Since DGC is currently small and I am inexperienced in running a pool it would of course have no fees.

Can someone send me any links to running a solid push pool? From what I've gathered the current version has some problems and requires quite a bit of work to run reliably. BigVern at litebonk runs some solid push pools so I would hope to do something similar but with variable difficulty implemented.

Have some ideas on how to minimize DDoS attacks.

Or is p2pool the better way to go?

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May 21, 2013, 10:45:22 PM
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So I am really curious... Who is hashing 10+Mh/s and how are you doing this? A small governmental quantum computer? Server Farm? stealing your universities supercomputer?
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May 21, 2013, 10:47:25 PM
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I'd be willing to create a pool for this currency. Have a world class datacenter with low latency/hops, Gb HSRP internet connectivity, redundant load balancers and switches. HP DL360 servers.

Since DGC is currently small and I am inexperienced in running a pool it would of course have no fees.

Can someone send me any links to running a solid push pool? From what I've gathered the current version has some problems and requires quite a bit of work to run reliably. BigVern at litebonk runs some solid push pools so I would hope to do something similar but with variable difficulty implemented.

Have some ideas on how to minimize DDoS attacks.

Or is p2pool the better way to go?

Go with a p2pool first, you can still run stratum. Plus, you can always set up a push pool afterwards since there are no accounts saved.

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May 21, 2013, 10:52:09 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.
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May 21, 2013, 11:01:39 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.

There's no forks, you're on another network. it happens when you're one of the early adopters. Troubleshooting guide on first post will solve it.

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May 21, 2013, 11:05:46 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.

There's no forks, you're on another network. it happens when you're one of the early adopters. Troubleshooting guide on first post will solve it.

I'm still trying to fathom how a DGC client can end up somewhere else. There's no unique signature in the blockchain that says "this is DGC"?
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May 21, 2013, 11:10:36 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.

There's no forks, you're on another network. it happens when you're one of the early adopters. Troubleshooting guide on first post will solve it.

I'm still trying to fathom how a DGC client can end up somewhere else. There's no unique signature in the blockchain that says "this is DGC"?

It can happen if you are connected to a node that is on a different blockchain. A simple restart will usually fix it, the Troubleshooting guide should for sure.

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May 21, 2013, 11:13:58 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.

There's no forks, you're on another network. it happens when you're one of the early adopters. Troubleshooting guide on first post will solve it.

I'm still trying to fathom how a DGC client can end up somewhere else. There's no unique signature in the blockchain that says "this is DGC"?

It can happen if you are connected to a node that is on a different blockchain. A simple restart will usually fix it, the Troubleshooting guide should for sure.

Yes, you keep saying that, but I'll put it to you again: why is there no unique signature that prevents this happening in the first place? DGC client connects to peer who announces it has a blockchain for XYZ, client detects mismatch so disconnects and removes peer from list. Why isn't this happening?
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May 21, 2013, 11:16:40 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.

There's no forks, you're on another network. it happens when you're one of the early adopters. Troubleshooting guide on first post will solve it.

I'm still trying to fathom how a DGC client can end up somewhere else. There's no unique signature in the blockchain that says "this is DGC"?

It can happen if you are connected to a node that is on a different blockchain. A simple restart will usually fix it, the Troubleshooting guide should for sure.

Yes, you keep saying that, but I'll put it to you again: why is there no unique signature that prevents this happening in the first place? DGC client connects to peer who announces it has a blockchain for XYZ, client detects mismatch so disconnects and removes peer from list. Why isn't this happening?

The client will communicate with anyone that follows the protocol, it is an open network.

The network is kept in check through consensus not limitations.

That also is not a problem once there are more central nodes.

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May 21, 2013, 11:26:58 PM
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I am looking for pool servers and constantly running client IPs to add as nodes in the main post. If you are setup to do so, PM me.

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May 21, 2013, 11:27:04 PM
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Yesterday it was 345272 blocks, now my client is on a chain that has an estimated 265807 blocks. The former count could be LTC, but I'm not sure what the latter is.

Are these DGC forks (hard to believe one could be 300k+ blocks ahead of everyone else) or is my client randomly latching onto the chains of other currencies?? I've never seen this happen with any other -qt clients.

There's no forks, you're on another network. it happens when you're one of the early adopters. Troubleshooting guide on first post will solve it.

I'm still trying to fathom how a DGC client can end up somewhere else. There's no unique signature in the blockchain that says "this is DGC"?

It can happen if you are connected to a node that is on a different blockchain. A simple restart will usually fix it, the Troubleshooting guide should for sure.

Yes, you keep saying that, but I'll put it to you again: why is there no unique signature that prevents this happening in the first place? DGC client connects to peer who announces it has a blockchain for XYZ, client detects mismatch so disconnects and removes peer from list. Why isn't this happening?

The client will communicate with anyone that follows the protocol, it is an open network.

The network is kept in check through consensus not limitations.

That also is not a problem once there are more central nodes.

If the checkpoints are updated on the git repository, such an issue will not happened anymore.
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May 21, 2013, 11:29:03 PM
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Yes, they will be in the next commit. It's not a major issue though.

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