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July 04, 2013, 11:01:14 PM
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What is it?   
Network alert - All users must upgrade to Litecoin 0.6.9.1

Its because the creator of the coin forgot to remove something from Litecoin coding it happened on FTC and they now removed it. It was something left over that should of been removed and it also needs to be removed from Lucky however theirs no sign of Lucky creator anywhere seems missing in action

Thanks for the hint. The Luckycoin client uses still the public key of the Litecoin network to check alert messages.
I will replace the public key in the next security update with a new one for the Luckycoin network

Titan

Replacing pubkey will change the genesis block, which will not work I think. It is easy to disable the message and I saw this is done by the alphacoin nicely.

The pubic key for the alert system is for checking alert messages only as far as I can see.
I have the modified client working and it now ignores the litecoin messages.
The modified client is able to send and receive coins.

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July 04, 2013, 11:05:28 PM
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Titan, glad to see this being worked on.  I've been a supporter from the start.

Great, thank you!

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July 05, 2013, 01:13:43 AM
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Is there a luckycoin info site online that includes current actual difficulty ?

Is my site wrong?

I don't see luckycoin on coinchoose.com.

Hmmm...I see it.
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July 05, 2013, 01:26:13 AM
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Is there a luckycoin info site online that includes current actual difficulty ?

Is my site wrong?

I don't see luckycoin on coinchoose.com.

Hmmm...I see it.

Sal, Luckycoin occasionally drops out of the list when the block explorer goes offline.

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July 05, 2013, 01:57:41 AM
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What is it?   
Network alert - All users must upgrade to Litecoin 0.6.9.1

Its because the creator of the coin forgot to remove something from Litecoin coding it happened on FTC and they now removed it. It was something left over that should of been removed and it also needs to be removed from Lucky however theirs no sign of Lucky creator anywhere seems missing in action

Thanks for the hint. The Luckycoin client uses still the public key of the Litecoin network to check alert messages.
I will replace the public key in the next security update with a new one for the Luckycoin network

Titan

Replacing pubkey will change the genesis block, which will not work I think. It is easy to disable the message and I saw this is done by the alphacoin nicely.

The pubic key for the alert system is for checking alert messages only as far as I can see.
I have the modified client working and it now ignores the litecoin messages.
The modified client is able to send and receive coins.

Titan


Are you sure? Usually when you sync with block chain already there, it may be fine. Do a test from scratch, that is, erase everything in the config dir except the wallet file, then try to sync...and good luck

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July 05, 2013, 03:02:58 AM
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What is it?   
Network alert - All users must upgrade to Litecoin 0.6.9.1

Its because the creator of the coin forgot to remove something from Litecoin coding it happened on FTC and they now removed it. It was something left over that should of been removed and it also needs to be removed from Lucky however theirs no sign of Lucky creator anywhere seems missing in action

Thanks for the hint. The Luckycoin client uses still the public key of the Litecoin network to check alert messages.
I will replace the public key in the next security update with a new one for the Luckycoin network

Titan

Replacing pubkey will change the genesis block, which will not work I think. It is easy to disable the message and I saw this is done by the alphacoin nicely.

The pubic key for the alert system is for checking alert messages only as far as I can see.
I have the modified client working and it now ignores the litecoin messages.
The modified client is able to send and receive coins.

Titan


Are you sure? Usually when you sync with block chain already there, it may be fine. Do a test from scratch, that is, erase everything in the config dir except the wallet file, then try to sync...and good luck

I tried three different machines with one downloading the block chain from scratch.
There were no problems. I can send coins between the old and the new client without problems.
The transactions confirm and are visible in the block chain.

In which situation do you think the client should break?

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July 05, 2013, 03:17:12 AM
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What is it?   
Network alert - All users must upgrade to Litecoin 0.6.9.1

Its because the creator of the coin forgot to remove something from Litecoin coding it happened on FTC and they now removed it. It was something left over that should of been removed and it also needs to be removed from Lucky however theirs no sign of Lucky creator anywhere seems missing in action

Thanks for the hint. The Luckycoin client uses still the public key of the Litecoin network to check alert messages.
I will replace the public key in the next security update with a new one for the Luckycoin network

Titan

Replacing pubkey will change the genesis block, which will not work I think. It is easy to disable the message and I saw this is done by the alphacoin nicely.

The pubic key for the alert system is for checking alert messages only as far as I can see.
I have the modified client working and it now ignores the litecoin messages.
The modified client is able to send and receive coins.

Titan


Are you sure? Usually when you sync with block chain already there, it may be fine. Do a test from scratch, that is, erase everything in the config dir except the wallet file, then try to sync...and good luck

I tried three different machines with one downloading the block chain from scratch.
There were no problems. I can send coins between the old and the new client without problems.
The transactions confirm and are visible in the block chain.

In which situation do you think the client should break?


What did you change? The long string inside the ParseHex? If so, you need to change the same in main.h, and it is only when the genesis block executed you see the effect. Every time I change it, and start from scratch (clean everything in config dir), I need to re-adjust the genesis block (old one no longer works). If you use an existing chain and continue sync with it, it has no problem. But it uses the old params. Maybe I missed something there, maybe you changed different things, anyway just make sure from scratch it will work.  Smiley

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July 05, 2013, 01:16:29 PM
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What is it?   
Network alert - All users must upgrade to Litecoin 0.6.9.1

Its because the creator of the coin forgot to remove something from Litecoin coding it happened on FTC and they now removed it. It was something left over that should of been removed and it also needs to be removed from Lucky however theirs no sign of Lucky creator anywhere seems missing in action

Thanks for the hint. The Luckycoin client uses still the public key of the Litecoin network to check alert messages.
I will replace the public key in the next security update with a new one for the Luckycoin network

Titan

Replacing pubkey will change the genesis block, which will not work I think. It is easy to disable the message and I saw this is done by the alphacoin nicely.

The pubic key for the alert system is for checking alert messages only as far as I can see.
I have the modified client working and it now ignores the litecoin messages.
The modified client is able to send and receive coins.

Titan


Are you sure? Usually when you sync with block chain already there, it may be fine. Do a test from scratch, that is, erase everything in the config dir except the wallet file, then try to sync...and good luck

I tried three different machines with one downloading the block chain from scratch.
There were no problems. I can send coins between the old and the new client without problems.
The transactions confirm and are visible in the block chain.

In which situation do you think the client should break?


What did you change? The long string inside the ParseHex? If so, you need to change the same in main.h, and it is only when the genesis block executed you see the effect. Every time I change it, and start from scratch (clean everything in config dir), I need to re-adjust the genesis block (old one no longer works). If you use an existing chain and continue sync with it, it has no problem. But it uses the old params. Maybe I missed something there, maybe you changed different things, anyway just make sure from scratch it will work.  Smiley

The public key is in main.h:1589 in the method CheckSignature() of the class CAlert.
https://github.com/LuckyCoinFoundation/Luckycoin


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July 06, 2013, 06:21:09 AM
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What is it?   
Network alert - All users must upgrade to Litecoin 0.6.9.1

Its because the creator of the coin forgot to remove something from Litecoin coding it happened on FTC and they now removed it. It was something left over that should of been removed and it also needs to be removed from Lucky however theirs no sign of Lucky creator anywhere seems missing in action

Thanks for the hint. The Luckycoin client uses still the public key of the Litecoin network to check alert messages.
I will replace the public key in the next security update with a new one for the Luckycoin network

Titan

Replacing pubkey will change the genesis block, which will not work I think. It is easy to disable the message and I saw this is done by the alphacoin nicely.

The pubic key for the alert system is for checking alert messages only as far as I can see.
I have the modified client working and it now ignores the litecoin messages.
The modified client is able to send and receive coins.

Titan


Are you sure? Usually when you sync with block chain already there, it may be fine. Do a test from scratch, that is, erase everything in the config dir except the wallet file, then try to sync...and good luck

I tried three different machines with one downloading the block chain from scratch.
There were no problems. I can send coins between the old and the new client without problems.
The transactions confirm and are visible in the block chain.

In which situation do you think the client should break?


What did you change? The long string inside the ParseHex? If so, you need to change the same in main.h, and it is only when the genesis block executed you see the effect. Every time I change it, and start from scratch (clean everything in config dir), I need to re-adjust the genesis block (old one no longer works). If you use an existing chain and continue sync with it, it has no problem. But it uses the old params. Maybe I missed something there, maybe you changed different things, anyway just make sure from scratch it will work.  Smiley

The public key is in main.h:1589 in the method CheckSignature() of the class CAlert.
https://github.com/LuckyCoinFoundation/Luckycoin



It is also in the genesis block construction in main.cpp. Both should be changed at the same time.

                                 
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July 07, 2013, 03:13:44 AM
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Steadily above .00003 on cryptsy.  If no one noticed.  Smiley
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July 08, 2013, 02:26:10 AM
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New security update for the Luckycoin network:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236714.0

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July 08, 2013, 08:39:58 AM
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just set up the luckycoin pool at https://lky.epools.org
everything as usual: 1.5% pool fee, PPLNS & stability
drop in, help to spread the hash rate!

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New security update for the Luckycoin network:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236714.0

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Update your clients people!
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July 10, 2013, 04:18:57 AM
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Why has the difficulty stayed so high?  The network has rate is pretty low.  Based on 1 minute blocks we should be near block 65,500 and are only on 54,204 as of this post.
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July 14, 2013, 03:26:19 AM
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The flash miners have killed mining this coin.   Difficulty changes are taking days since it's taking forever to find blocks with so little network hash power.  Does this coin need a hard fork with different difficult adjustment code to stay alive?
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July 14, 2013, 03:27:23 AM
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Maybe retarget in 4 hours actual time instead of block time?  I'd rather have the difficulty constantly readjust then what we have now.
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July 14, 2013, 03:35:46 AM
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another thanks owed to multipool?

Profit-Switching Pool w/ Vardiff -> http://hashco.ws  Optionally keep the alts we mine or auto-trade for BTC. In addition can be paid out in any of: 365, AC, BC,  BTC, C2, CINNI, COMM, FAC, HBN, MINT, PMC, QRK, RDD, WC, XBC
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July 15, 2013, 12:59:44 AM
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Why has the difficulty stayed so high?  The network has rate is pretty low.  Based on 1 minute blocks we should be near block 65,500 and are only on 54,204 as of this post.

Have a read of the last few pages in these threads and you will know why:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.480

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167635.1320



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July 15, 2013, 01:49:21 AM
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Why has the difficulty stayed so high?  The network has rate is pretty low.  Based on 1 minute blocks we should be near block 65,500 and are only on 54,204 as of this post.

We are getting an excessive amount of hashing power from the coinchoose/coinwarz crowd after a retarget.
It took us close to 400MH/s yesterday and over 400MH/s today with spikes over 1GH/s! It's like an 10x increase from the baseline hashing power of the network.

On the other hand one can still get a decent amount of coins during the time of high difficulty because the effective hash rate is quite low during these times.

The algorithm for the hashrate calculation takes an average over many blocks. So it's always a slow up and down.
The retarget times are still around 24 hours, that is still acceptable in this situation, imo.

An effective way to fight the flash mining crowd is the keep the hashing rate high during the time of high difficulty.
This then decreases the relative amount of coins the flash miners can get and thus the attractiveness of flash mining the coin.

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July 15, 2013, 01:59:34 AM
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Maybe retarget in 4 hours actual time instead of block time?  I'd rather have the difficulty constantly readjust then what we have now.

I will review this issue again. The retarget is bound to the blocks to keep the network in sync.
A very low block count to retarget might indeed help.

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