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August 09, 2018, 05:25:30 PM
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Hi all, I want to double check, is the update only for the wallet, or do we have to do some update on the masternodes as well?
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August 09, 2018, 05:30:22 PM
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Hey guys how is everybody doing?,



We are on second place in the voting, please keep helping with the voting so we get Kore there.

Here is the link: https://sonox.io

Please do not forget to update to the latest release as we are blocking the old wallets.

Go Kore Team, Go BTC

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August 09, 2018, 06:59:19 PM
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Wow, we have so many voters this time, that's great.
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August 10, 2018, 02:00:50 PM
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I want to personally thank everyone who has stayed with us over the months, we are working really hard on the update that will fix all these issues its just taking more time than we thought but it WILL be fixed.

We blocked all the old wallets in order to help stabilize the network as we were noticing the network was beginning to fork more often and due to the protocol update in 12.6.1 it would also help there be slightly fewer orphan blocks. Based on my network view that has held true, unfortunately not to the extent I had hoped but it did make a noticeable difference. We have changed a bit of how we work in the last few days so hopefully we will be able to get a high-quality update out soon.


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August 10, 2018, 10:38:57 PM
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I want to personally thank everyone who has stayed with us over the months, we are working really hard on the update that will fix all these issues its just taking more time than we thought but it WILL be fixed.

We blocked all the old wallets in order to help stabilize the network as we were noticing the network was beginning to fork more often and due to the protocol update in 12.6.1 it would also help there be slightly fewer orphan blocks. Based on my network view that has held true, unfortunately not to the extent I had hoped but it did make a noticeable difference. We have changed a bit of how we work in the last few days so hopefully we will be able to get a high-quality update out soon.


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Great to hear that, waiting on the fix.
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August 13, 2018, 12:10:53 PM
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Hey guys how is everybody doing?,

http://i67.tinypic.com/21erasl.png

We are on second place in the voting, please keep helping with the voting so we get Kore there.

Here is the link: https://sonox.io

Please do not forget to update to the latest release as we are blocking the old wallets.

Go Kore Team, Go BTC

I have already voted today, how about you?
Please, let´s keep supporting Kore !
Have a Great Week everybody.
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August 14, 2018, 09:28:08 AM
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Hey guys how is everybody doing?,



We are on second place in the voting, please keep helping with the voting so we get Kore there.

Here is the link: https://sonox.io

Please do not forget to update to the latest release as we are blocking the old wallets.

Go Kore Team, Go BTC

I have already voted today, how about you?
Please, let´s keep supporting Kore !
Have a Great Week everybody.

Keep voting.

Thanks to all those whom vote as much as they can!

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August 14, 2018, 12:57:56 PM
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Hey guys,

  I am trying to understand why bitcoin is going down and taking all coins down as well.
  I found this news:

"The cryptocurrency market has been under pressure since late June, when the US Securities and Exchange Commission delayed a decision on whether to approve a bitcoin exchange-traded fund, a move that bitcoin bulls believe would have greatly increased the size of the market."

  If somebody wants to read more about it here is the link:

https://www.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-dives-after-sec-rejects-plans-for-etf-2017-3
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August 14, 2018, 01:11:49 PM
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We've added KORE to our voting list on which users are able to vote on their favorite coin. The top 10 of those coins will be listed in our brand new exchange in the beta phase.
If you'd like to contact us please do so via our contact form system on https://Xiphos.exchange/help.
Vote now at https://xiphos.exchange/vote.
We wish you good voting and the best of luck.
Yours sincerely,
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August 14, 2018, 06:18:22 PM
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Hey guys how you doing?,

Wanted to share a couple more pictures from Silvana Lima foundation and show the good work they are doing:





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August 15, 2018, 04:41:37 AM
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@everyone   We are on Block 266515
There was a fork earlier.
Please reindex your wallets and make sure you get on the Explorer chain.
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/kore/

You can try using my banlist.
OR load the chain from scratch.

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/278723321129074688/479147330743042068/banlist.dat



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August 15, 2018, 10:37:48 AM
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KORE is on Block:

266757


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August 15, 2018, 02:01:13 PM
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Could you please provide pre-compiled kore-qt v0.12.6.2 for Ubuntu 16.04?
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August 16, 2018, 03:08:03 AM
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Could you please provide pre-compiled kore-qt v0.12.6.2 for Ubuntu 16.04?
I was on Kore Core version v0.12.5.0-aefd2fa-dirty (64-bit) I am guessing thats not working so it was blocked. How are you able to block wallets doesnt that go against decentralisation if you can just block people? Also do I just need to download the new wallet and run that or do I need to remove all the synced data and run from scratch?
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August 16, 2018, 11:12:18 AM
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Could you please provide pre-compiled kore-qt v0.12.6.2 for Ubuntu 16.04?
I was on Kore Core version v0.12.5.0-aefd2fa-dirty (64-bit) I am guessing thats not working so it was blocked. How are you able to block wallets doesnt that go against decentralisation if you can just block people? Also do I just need to download the new wallet and run that or do I need to remove all the synced data and run from scratch?

This is not fighting decentralization.
It strengthens the network/decentralization.
It is a standard in the crypto space to block old, outdated misbehaving peers.
Yes,...
It means you are required to do an upgrade.
Something you should do from time to time.

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August 16, 2018, 01:46:28 PM
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Could you please provide pre-compiled kore-qt v0.12.6.2 for Ubuntu 16.04?
I can provide this service, in fact i used to for a few wallet versions, but the issue is nobody, or only one or two, was using it. With so few people using it it doesnt really justify the time it takes to compile it for a .deb and then validating everything is working


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August 16, 2018, 05:03:36 PM
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I was on Kore Core version v0.12.5.0-aefd2fa-dirty (64-bit) I am guessing thats not working so it was blocked. How are you able to block wallets doesnt that go against decentralization if you can just block people? Also do I just need to download the new wallet and run that or do I need to remove all the synced data and run from scratch?
Are you insinuating that BITCOIN AND ALL OTHER COINS are centralized? If so, then yes, we are centralized.
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Make sure you know your stuff before you falsely accuse a team of centralization. Im also curious how you think forks work. YOUR wallet wasnt blocked. your PROTOCOL was blocked along with everyone else running that protocol and below, mainly because they were causing massive network issues. Now your wallet CAN be blocked (or rather temporarily banned) by other wallets because of sending bad blocks and bad updates but that has nothing to do with team singling out a single wallet and saying it can't connect to the network. there are requirements that need to be met before you can access the network. first and foremost is tor. If you aren't on tor then you can't connect to the network, is that centralization? Our wallet, exactly like bitcoin, is open-source. If you dont like banning old peers for network stability (remember even bitcoin does this!) then it is easily within your power to fork the kore repository and make your own version of KORE that allows for all old peers to connect, however you will not be allowed to connect to the kore network without the adequate requirements being met, just like Bitcoin.

as for your other questions its easy to block old peers, in fact here is the commit i did that did it.

https://github.com/Kore-Core/KORE/commit/5cc4fa3e9b430fbc6115f661d325a74f26429378#diff-c61070c281aed6ded69036c08bd08add
and here is the commit of bitcoin doing a similar thing.
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/1ce418929a17c063a0a2e3b176b82d280ef053a6#diff-c61070c281aed6ded69036c08bd08add


You should be able to download the new wallet and run and sync with the chain but seeing as its been a while since i implemented the higher min protocol version, and thus you probably went off on a fork with the old pre-implementation chain, then you might have to attempt to reindex.


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August 17, 2018, 06:50:00 AM
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I was on Kore Core version v0.12.5.0-aefd2fa-dirty (64-bit) I am guessing thats not working so it was blocked. How are you able to block wallets doesnt that go against decentralization if you can just block people? Also do I just need to download the new wallet and run that or do I need to remove all the synced data and run from scratch?
Are you insinuating that BITCOIN AND ALL OTHER COINS are centralized? If so, then yes, we are centralized.
]

Make sure you know your stuff before you falsely accuse a team of centralization. Im also curious how you think forks work. YOUR wallet wasnt blocked. your PROTOCOL was blocked along with everyone else running that protocol and below, mainly because they were causing massive network issues. Now your wallet CAN be blocked (or rather temporarily banned) by other wallets because of sending bad blocks and bad updates but that has nothing to do with team singling out a single wallet and saying it can't connect to the network. there are requirements that need to be met before you can access the network. first and foremost is tor. If you aren't on tor then you can't connect to the network, is that centralization? Our wallet, exactly like bitcoin, is open-source. If you dont like banning old peers for network stability (remember even bitcoin does this!) then it is easily within your power to fork the kore repository and make your own version of KORE that allows for all old peers to connect, however you will not be allowed to connect to the kore network without the adequate requirements being met, just like Bitcoin.

as for your other questions its easy to block old peers, in fact here is the commit i did that did it.

https://github.com/Kore-Core/KORE/commit/5cc4fa3e9b430fbc6115f661d325a74f26429378#diff-c61070c281aed6ded69036c08bd08add
and here is the commit of bitcoin doing a similar thing.
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/1ce418929a17c063a0a2e3b176b82d280ef053a6#diff-c61070c281aed6ded69036c08bd08add


You should be able to download the new wallet and run and sync with the chain but seeing as its been a while since i implemented the higher min protocol version, and thus you probably went off on a fork with the old pre-implementation chain, then you might have to attempt to reindex.


Matrix
Matrix, I am not accusing anyone of anything. I am trying to understand how it is possible even if it is possible in bitcoin. Its for self learning. I have always been a supporter here and there are no hard feelings here. Thanks for the detailed information as I truly dont understand the technical side of wallets and this is an eye opener also. Again I ask these questions to learn not to play a blame game. I guess I put the question wrong maybe thats what offended you.
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August 17, 2018, 06:52:00 AM
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I was on Kore Core version v0.12.5.0-aefd2fa-dirty (64-bit) I am guessing thats not working so it was blocked. How are you able to block wallets doesnt that go against decentralization if you can just block people? Also do I just need to download the new wallet and run that or do I need to remove all the synced data and run from scratch?
Are you insinuating that BITCOIN AND ALL OTHER COINS are centralized? If so, then yes, we are centralized.
]

Make sure you know your stuff before you falsely accuse a team of centralization. Im also curious how you think forks work. YOUR wallet wasnt blocked. your PROTOCOL was blocked along with everyone else running that protocol and below, mainly because they were causing massive network issues. Now your wallet CAN be blocked (or rather temporarily banned) by other wallets because of sending bad blocks and bad updates but that has nothing to do with team singling out a single wallet and saying it can't connect to the network. there are requirements that need to be met before you can access the network. first and foremost is tor. If you aren't on tor then you can't connect to the network, is that centralization? Our wallet, exactly like bitcoin, is open-source. If you dont like banning old peers for network stability (remember even bitcoin does this!) then it is easily within your power to fork the kore repository and make your own version of KORE that allows for all old peers to connect, however you will not be allowed to connect to the kore network without the adequate requirements being met, just like Bitcoin.

as for your other questions its easy to block old peers, in fact here is the commit i did that did it.

https://github.com/Kore-Core/KORE/commit/5cc4fa3e9b430fbc6115f661d325a74f26429378#diff-c61070c281aed6ded69036c08bd08add
and here is the commit of bitcoin doing a similar thing.
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/1ce418929a17c063a0a2e3b176b82d280ef053a6#diff-c61070c281aed6ded69036c08bd08add


You should be able to download the new wallet and run and sync with the chain but seeing as its been a while since i implemented the higher min protocol version, and thus you probably went off on a fork with the old pre-implementation chain, then you might have to attempt to reindex.


Matrix

Another question here is. I have started using the new wallet, do I need to have tor installed inorder to run this or what. I am sorry for asking stupid questions.
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August 17, 2018, 06:52:40 AM
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Could you please provide pre-compiled kore-qt v0.12.6.2 for Ubuntu 16.04?
I was on Kore Core version v0.12.5.0-aefd2fa-dirty (64-bit) I am guessing thats not working so it was blocked. How are you able to block wallets doesnt that go against decentralisation if you can just block people? Also do I just need to download the new wallet and run that or do I need to remove all the synced data and run from scratch?

This is not fighting decentralization.
It strengthens the network/decentralization.
It is a standard in the crypto space to block old, outdated misbehaving peers.
Yes,...
It means you are required to do an upgrade.
Something you should do from time to time.

MikeMike
Thanks... noted and already updated.
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