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September 18, 2017, 02:14:02 PM
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CONTINUATION OF OLD COIN.
Original OP (2013) here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.0




What is Datacoin?
Data is stored in the blockchain forever and can be retrieved using a transaction hash as an identifier.
Datacoin is a platform that can be used by applications such as torrent trackers, encrypted messaging services,
and can be used to store other kinds of small data - all censorship-free.
Developers can store torrent files, certificates, and with future development, HTML pages and other kinds of meta-information
in the Datacoin blockchain.
Windows users can use a GUI wallet, Linux users should compile datacoind or Datacoin-QT from source (see instructions).
Wallets are in development, and more features are coming soon, but the wallet’s current functionality is similar to other coins.

Coin Specs
Primecoin-fork: same PoW method
Fast transactions, 1 minute between blocks
Total supply of 2,000,000,000 coins  (approx 27 000 000 mined so far)
Data transactions EZ Flash IV - revolutionary feature for storing data

Websites
www.datacoininfo.org
www.datacoin.info (to be updated)

Latest Stable Clients
Current reference Linux client (Graham Higgins):
https://github.com/gjhiggins/datacoin
Testing branch (Chicago):
https://github.com/CoiningPress/datacoin/releases
Windows clients:
https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/datacoin-qt.exe  (Graham Higgins)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9EpO65pdadeEZKRkdHelFFVUk  (Datacoin-HP14 from Veronium)
https://yadi.sk/d/CU8Jjcef3Nnv6C  (Veronium)
https://sourceforge.net/projects/datacoin  (oocook5u)
MacOS client:  
https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/Datacoin-Qt.dmg   (Graham Higgins)
Debian client:
https://github.com/Mightinside/datacoin-hp  (Mightinside)
Javascript scripts to interact with client:
https://github.com/extro24/datacoinj
https://registry.npmjs.org/datacoin/-/datacoin-1.0.0.tgz

CPU high performance version of datacoin wallet with some last patches from primecoin and QT.  (Veronium)
Windows binaries https://yadi.sk/d/CU8Jjcef3Nnv6C
Sources https://yadi.sk/d/kysBlTWL3Nnv7q

Datacoin wallet with embedded server for local GPU solo mining with xpmclient.  (Veronium)
Windows binaries https://yadi.sk/d/6YbILBAN3NnvRn
Sources https://yadi.sk/d/2ju1_54n3NnvUF
Xpmclient https://yadi.sk/d/gFMn5wDw3Nnven

Solo Mining
Type "setgenerate true" in the console screen of the QT wallet.
addnode graymines.net:4777 add
addnode 54.37.46.84:4777 add
addnode 78.46.37.209:4777 add
addnode 148.251.2.141:4777 add



Mining Pools
https://dtc.graymines.net

Solo Miner
https://github.com/rdebourbon/jhPrimeminer

Exchange
BTCPOP:   https://btcpop.co/Exchange/DTC

Smart Contracts via IBM Hyperledger


Experimental Datacoin application (copy the whole url into your browser):   https://mega.nz/#!kLA1TBBA!oF6Gy5o8jeBruNsTcdLEeKV4olvCrw67I2InrZXF3ZI
More info at:  https://github.com/dtc20017/marbles
Hyperledger Tutorial:  https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/cloud/library/cl-model-test-your-blockchain-network-with-hyperledger-composer-playground/index.html
Hyperledger Fabric video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js3Zjxbo8TM

Digital Assets and Timestamp Applications
www.bytestamp.net
For instructions on how to create a tradeable Digital Asset see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.msg22752305#msg22752305

Cloud Computing
Microsoft Azure Integration (in process):   https://github.com/dtc20017/azure-blockchain-projects/tree/master/baas-artifacts/linux-datacoin

Block Explorers
www.bytestamp.net/blocks/index
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc/

Data Storage

DTCBrowser and www.Apertus.io.  Also see www.bitfossil.com

Tutorials
Apertus Installation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVdVH4LwD6U&index=2&list=PLDNMoJ2rHmfqn8mlv5V-jcSt7sq2kGTtEw

Mining Guides
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=636017.0
https://cryptocurrencytalk.com/topic/1630-guide-how-to-mine-datacoin-using-digital-ocean/

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September 18, 2017, 03:16:33 PM
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What is the algorithm of this coin?
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As it is block chain tech, is everybody able to read all the data which is saved on the chain?
Also are there any pools open, where I can mine the coin?

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September 18, 2017, 03:26:08 PM
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The project look interesting, Having more way to do a transaction using crypto currency will be a lot better everyone using it.

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September 19, 2017, 07:28:26 AM
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What is the algorithm of this coin?

Prime algorithm. 

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September 19, 2017, 07:29:38 AM
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As it is block chain tech, is everybody able to read all the data which is saved on the chain?
Also are there any pools open, where I can mine the coin?

Pool:  https://dtc.graymines.net.  You can also do solo-mining in the wallet:  go to console and type "setgenerate true".

Using a browser like DTC browser or Apertus you can read what is in the chain.

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September 19, 2017, 01:33:35 PM
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Also are there any pools open, where I can mine the coin?

Now is an ideal time to begin mining, with the current low difficulty you can still get a decent amount of coins per day with a single cpu instance
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September 19, 2017, 02:41:53 PM
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Traded datacoin back in the day, one of my first altcoins.

There are no new clients yet, correct?

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September 19, 2017, 02:56:02 PM
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This one should be great, having our data stored in a save place and also there is related with digital coins at the same time.
I think this is a great combination.

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September 20, 2017, 02:27:42 AM
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the github says “This file may contain malware and the automatic download has been disabled”,and the file is too old now.i think new wallet may be needed
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now it is very easy to mine Smiley
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September 20, 2017, 08:10:52 AM
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What is the goal of capitalization of your project?

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September 20, 2017, 08:41:34 AM
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the github says “This file may contain malware and the automatic download has been disabled”,and the file is too old now.i think new wallet may be needed

Click on the "direct link" on the Sourceforge page.

Latest client at https://github.com/gjhiggins/datacoin

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September 20, 2017, 10:26:46 AM
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I have sent an email to the Coinomi team to see if we can add Datacoin to their Android wallet.

I understand that Android wallets are light clients, and that they will run the datacoin daemon on their servers - basically the same as an exchange.

This is an example of them adding IXCoin:  https://github.com/Coinomi/coinomi-android/commit/0be43f98f88041adf91ef8f3adfc703caa7d181b

Any thoughts/ideas/criticism of this idea is most welcome.

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the github says “This file may contain malware and the automatic download has been disabled”,and the file is too old now.i think new wallet may be needed

Click on the "direct link" on the Sourceforge page.

Latest client at https://github.com/gjhiggins/datacoin


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September 20, 2017, 12:48:58 PM
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This one should be great, having our data stored in a save place and also there is related with digital coins at the same time.
I think this is a great combination.

And privacy, who guarantees that your data will actually be saved and privacy? Well, I'm not criticizing the project, more privacy is above all else.

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September 20, 2017, 09:08:18 PM
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What is the goal of capitalization of your project?

Our first goal now is just to get it listed on an exchange.  I have no idea what the market will do to the price.

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September 21, 2017, 12:47:57 AM
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the github says “This file may contain malware and the automatic download has been disabled”,and the file is too old now.i think new wallet may be needed

If you can tolerate the informality, I have an MXE cross-compiled Windows binary available. All I had time for was to check that it runs on a Windows 10 VM, mind you. And I couldn't manage to successfully compile the qrencode facility, so I had to disable it pro tem.

https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/datacoin-qt.exe

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And privacy, who guarantees that your data will actually be saved and privacy? Well, I'm not criticizing the project, more privacy is above all else.

There's no restriction on what is stored, if you wish to store encrypted data for maximum opacity. Data is saved when the block is mined, for a fee. It's a transaction, subject to the usual rules pertaining to transactions.

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How to mining using CPU?

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September 21, 2017, 02:13:39 AM
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the github says “This file may contain malware and the automatic download has been disabled”,and the file is too old now.i think new wallet may be needed

If you can tolerate the informality, I have an MXE cross-compiled Windows binary available. All I had time for was to check that it runs on a Windows 10 VM, mind you. And I couldn't manage to successfully compile the qrencode facility, so I had to disable it pro tem.

https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/datacoin-qt.exe

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September 21, 2017, 02:35:39 AM
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So, the Window wallet are not working at the moment? No connection.

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September 21, 2017, 02:48:22 AM
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What's the status of the coin at the moment? Is it in the trading platform or in the chips?

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dev, need more information about Coin Specs...
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Holding few coins from past few days
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September 21, 2017, 08:38:49 AM
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How to mining using CPU?

Open the console/debug window, type setgenerate true <n> into the box where <n> the number of threads/cores you wish to dedicate. The console window also knows help as a  command. setgenerate false stops all processes dedicated to “mining” (actually, prime number generation in Datacoin's case).

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Traded datacoin back in the day, one of my first altcoins.

There are no new clients yet, correct?

Correct. There is a construction site on https://github.com/gjhiggins/datacoin/commits/datacoin-hp14 but the code won't yet compile, let alone run. The codebase in a “jig”, being painstakingly cross-matched, difference by difference, resolving each one in favour of the to-be-upgraded version, where the difference isn't one of definition e.g. adjusting the Datacoin code to use the new CAmount object instead of the native uint64_t (not actually an example, just imitation CBabble) while paying special attention to preserving the prime-sieving math routines that basically define Datacoin - and then working out how to best refactor them to fit the new codebase.

It's speculative work and there's no guarantee of success (but then again, the latter is a general condition imposed on us all by the space-time continuum in which we exist so it isn't saying anything that you don't already know, deep in your bones).

Cheers

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P.S. I've actually taken a temporary step “backwards” into the test directory. Looks like the code's never been changed from the Primecoin original, so the first thing I've done is adjust the base58 key fixture generation so that the code is being tested against Datacoin addresses and priv/pub keys. I'll be pushing those commits up the line as I finish them. I'll add a Travis CI config file and trigger its continuous test facility --- tests are automatically run after any new commit to the repos.

Edit - updated link to be more specific and link directly to the separate branch in which the “construction site” is lodged
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looks good, a very good idea, not a bad idea to join soon, but I will continue to see the progress of this project before deciding to join, good luck with your project

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Having just had to talk down extro24 off've the ceiling ...

What's in my repository in the master branch is a straightforward clone of the foo1inge repos, with a few simple fixes so that it will compile on modern OSes. Any talk of a “new client” is misleading.

It's not new, it's the old client that was working, is still working but which we can now compile fresh versions of, which we couldn't before because the codebase had aged in comparison to the OS that host it and the libraries which give it its functionality.

Those libraries have been developed further since Datacoin was launched but the codebase hasn't been kept up to date with those developments. In particular, an infelicity in the boost 1.68 library causes the compiler to reject a line of code in rpcrawtransaction.cpp, causing the compilation to fail.

Elsewhere, developments in C++ have obsoleted the old C99 PRI* macros used for marshalling data into print routines, depending which distro you're using, it's  deprecated and results in a wall of compilation warnings that can dangerously obscure other, more important compilation warnings such as the deprecation of auto_ptr, so it's worth a s/"PRI/" PRI/g to get rid of them.

The “proper” fix is removing them entirely, C++ has acquired the ability to handle them directly so strprintf("database.%" PRI64d ".bak", GetTime()); becomes just strprintf("database.%d.bak", GetTime());. This work will take place in a separate branch, to be subsequently integrated into the master branch.

On OS X Sierra (or, more accurately XCode > 7 iirc) and very recent Linux distros, the C99 PRI macro and auto_ptr uses are no longer deprecated, they are now compilation-stoppers.

Aaanyway, none of this is profound, afaik they're all trivial from a software engineering perspective and have all been addressed in a single commit, so that everyone can see what I done and, if they have objections, can voice them:

https://github.com/gjhiggins/datacoin/commit/1ff346f1d1dea96b3885063490c2d134889f045d

or even clone the repos, make their own candidate changes (community acceptance is the final arbiter) and issue Pull Requests to have the changes integrated into the master branch (generally the branch where all the agreed-as-successful development work ends up).

Periodically, when things are quiet and it's a suitable phase change point, a “release” can be cut, i.e. the current master branch gets copied into to a “release” branch and its availability advertised. Work on the “master” branch continues until the next phase change point is reached and another release cut,

Feel free to get a Github a/c so you can raise issues and have input into any strategic or tactical discussions that take place.

So, the code in the “construction site” branch is in smithereens and is not the same as the code in the master branch and, as it logically has to be, the Windows binary is compiled from the master branch, as the code in the construction site branch will not yet compile at all.

With luck and a following wind (or more specifically, a re-install of brew) an OS X version of the not-new-at-all client will be available soon.

HTH

Cheers

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With luck and a following wind (or more specifically, a re-install of brew) an OS X version of the not-new-at-all client will be available soon.

Again, more informality to be tolerated, an OS X binary of the not-new-client is available on https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/Datacoin-Qt.dmg

When I cut a release, I'll re-mill the binaries and make them downloadable from the Github repos.

Cheers

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Hi dev!
i started dtcclient_v10.0beta on gtx1080.
but i got error "OpenCL error: -42 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/xpmclient.cpp:1063"
How can i solve it?
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oh i got work @dtcclient_v10.1beta!
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With luck and a following wind (or more specifically, a re-install of brew) an OS X version of the not-new-at-all client will be available soon.

Again, more informality to be tolerated, an OS X binary of the not-new-client is available on https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/Datacoin-Qt.dmg

When I cut a release, I'll re-mill the binaries and make them downloadable from the Github repos.

Cheers

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Thank you Graham.  I put it on our list of clients.

As an aside, we now have 1288 Twitter followers. I think we are getting somewhere.

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How to mining using CPU?
dont think you can mine with cpu is an old coin rebranded! look interesting project anyway!

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With luck and a following wind (or more specifically, a re-install of brew) an OS X version of the not-new-at-all client will be available soon.

Again, more informality to be tolerated, an OS X binary of the not-new-client is available on https://minkiz.co/noodlings/dtc/Datacoin-Qt.dmg

When I cut a release, I'll re-mill the binaries and make them downloadable from the Github repos.

Cheers

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Thank you Graham.  I put it on our list of clients.

As an aside, we now have 1288 Twitter followers. I think we are getting somewhere.

After spammy follows you achieved it Wink.
5000 follows, I don't know how you managed to do it...

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muf18 that was 5001 followings.  Amazing what your fingers can do if you are motivated.
Twitter stopped me from following any more.  I wanted to go up to 10 000.  But what is interesting is that the number of followers are now going up nicely by themselves.   I think we will hit 2000 followers by next week.

Nearly all those followers are crypto people or finance people.  I avoided the followme/followback crowd, although one or two did creep in.

For Slimcoin I suggest you start following.  And do automated tweeting - it helps a lot.

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Atomic Swaps

I was fascinated to see that the atomic swaps between Bitcoin, Litecoin and Decred involves only Script (a derivative of Forth).  No SegWit or Lightning is needed.  "btcatomicswap", "ltcatomicswap" and "dcratomicswap" have been created.  See https://github.com/decred/atomicswap/
Datacoin (and Primecoin) still has Script, so in principle it should be possible to create a "dtcatomicswap" tool.  This is interesting, because it would mean we could do atomic swaps between BTC, LTC, DCR and DTC.


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Hi dev!
i started dtcclient_v10.0beta on gtx1080.
but i got error "OpenCL error: -42 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/xpmclient.cpp:1063"
How can i solve it?
thanks

oh i got work @dtcclient_v10.1beta!
thanks

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For Pascal cards best use 10.1 version.
For older AMD cards older versions seem to give better CPD.

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Rare Pepe

I am trying to wrap my head around the Rare Pepe cards meme and it seems to me the idea is also applicable to Datacoin.  We have a data field of 128kB and an asset can be associated with a particular transaction. That asset can then be sent to a new address with the Datacoin.  So we should be able to create Rare Pepe cards (size 128kB) on Datacoin?

I uploaded a Pepe image I got on the internet on Bytestamp here: txid: 2e73abc7d24f1a042abc2e7c7114a9b0b12ab4b2765e8ba3036a790ef9ee26af

Bytestamp now lists it as Und App.  I need the picture to be shown (it is a jpg).  Will it be visible in Bitfossil?  I understand that if I send those coins to a new address the image will also be transferred.

Any thoughts/questions/rebukes are most welcome.

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So, the Window wallet are not working at the moment? No connection.

Hello d3athgu1s3,

    There is a new release-candidate which needs to be tested and should work for you on windows.
    It is able to find the swarm immediately and can get > 8 connections pretty quickly.

    I'm not going to publish the URL here until I've had some confirmation about all the things working as expected.

    The URLs were shared with extro24 and gjhiggins about 24 hours ago or so.
    The plan with the new release candidate is to sync the whole chain using it on Linux/Windows/macOS and then start mining with it and conduct some transactions.
    Since syncing the chain from scratch takes a few days; this is a bit of a sit-and-wait exercise.

    Although, if you're interested in joining us in testing, just send a PM to extro24, gjhiggins or I and we'll link you to the release-candidate Windows installer.
    If you feel like testing on the other two platforms as well, that would be awesome.

Best Regards,
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can not connect to the pool
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So, the Window wallet are not working at the moment? No connection.

Hello d3athgu1s3,

    There is a new release-candidate which needs to be tested and should work for you on windows.
    It is able to find the swarm immediately and can get > 8 connections pretty quickly.

    I'm not going to publish the URL here until I've had some confirmation about all the things working as expected.

    The URLs were shared with extro24 and gjhiggins about 24 hours ago or so.
    The plan with the new release candidate is to sync the whole chain using it on Linux/Windows/macOS and then start mining with it and conduct some transactions.
    Since syncing the chain from scratch takes a few days; this is a bit of a sit-and-wait exercise.

    Although, if you're interested in joining us in testing, just send a PM to extro24, gjhiggins or I and we'll link you to the release-candidate Windows installer.
    If you feel like testing on the other two platforms as well, that would be awesome.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

Hi,

I can confirm that the Wallet at the link previously posted works as it should.

After starting the Wallet it is important to add nodes, do so by clicking on the Help menu, then click on the Debug window for the Console to open and select the Console tab and next start adding the following nodes with the command line.

At the bottom you will see a > and net to it a text block;

copy and paste addnode 139.59.84.79 add into the text block and then press enter on your keyboard,
copy and paste addnode 104.236.250.232 add into the text block and then press enter on your keyboard,

you should see "addnode 139.59.84.79 add" and "addnode 104.236.250.232 add" appear in Teal in the Console screen.

Your Wallet should connect and start Synchronizing with the network. You may add more nodes as posted here - the two IP addresses mentioned above are now permanent Datacoin nodes sponsored by myself.

@-Chicago

You may pm me the link if it is not the same client that was previously posted by extro24 and gjhiggins.

Thanks,

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You may pm me the link if it is not the same client that was previously posted by extro24 and gjhiggins.

Hi Hamburger,

    Links to the release candidates which were not previously posted by extro24 and gjhiggins have been sent to you via a PM.
    This is a port from latest Primecoin upstream sources on Bitcoin v0.8.6.0 with modifications to build for Qt v5.

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can not connect to the pool

can't too. dev fix this problem pls
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Hi all,

I'm Business Developer for EnergyCoin but I like DataCoin and run a node on my Mac and PC.
Collect some extra $DTC and see application this coin.
Maybe there is also application for Geodata, my speciality.
Follow the new start.
Succes,
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can not connect to the pool

can't too. dev fix this problem pls

You mean dtc.graymines.net?

Any error codes/screenshots/config?

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We are going forward, connection count increased:

    "blocks" : 2059667,
    "moneysupply" : 27437439.49783475,
    "timeoffset" : -1,
    "connections" : 39,


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Any bounty for datacoin?
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Looks like the atomic swaps between Litecoin, Bitcoin and Decred were done with Go and Go clients of the respective coins.   Sad

So no hope for altcoins that do not have Go clients.

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Looks like the atomic swaps between Litecoin, Bitcoin and Decred were done with Go and Go clients of the respective coins.   Sad

So no hope for altcoins that do not have Go clients.

Hello,

    Apparently, SegWit is a prerequisite for Lightning and it is Lightning which brings Atomic Swamps.
    reference on coindesk.com

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We are going forward, connection count increased:
    "connections" : 39,

Hi MarcusDe,

    39 connections is quite high compared to what I had been seeing around the network on a couple of nodes.
    Are you seeing only protocol 70001 clients or are there other protocol versions you're seeing in your peer list as well?

    Also, here are the agent strings I find on my peer list.  Do you identify any others in the swarm of 39 connections you have presently?

  • /Satoshi:0.8.3/
  • /Satoshi:0.8.5/
  • /Satoshi:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.1.2.0dtc-hp14-gunk-beta)/
  • /Datacoin:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.8.6.0)/

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Looks like the atomic swaps between Litecoin, Bitcoin and Decred were done with Go and Go clients of the respective coins.   Sad

So no hope for altcoins that do not have Go clients.

Hello,

    Apparently, SegWit is a prerequisite for Lightning and it is Lightning which brings Atomic Swamps.
    reference on coindesk.com

Best Regards,
-Chicago

You don't need SegWit for atomic swaps - SCRIPT contracts are enough.  There is a nice demo by Charlie Lee in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw5icKcmdbA

The Github repository is here: https://github.com/decred/atomicswap

I thought I could use the dcratomicswap to create a dtcatomicswap, but it seems you need Go clients.  You will notice references to github.com/decred/dcrd/chaincfg in main.go which is part of a Go implementation of Decred.

Or maybe I am wrong.  I started the process of adding Datacoin: https://github.com/decred/atomicswap/issues/27

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Devs - Are there any known issues with RPC GetBlockTemplate + SubmitBlock?

I've updated my jhPrimeMiner source to work with DTC - and have been trying to solo mine for the past few weeks - my miner is submitting blocks and getting success return values from the RPC - but the blocks don't seem to be accepted by the network Sad

Ideas?

XPM:AUwKMCYCacE6Jq1rsLcSEHSNiohHVVSiWv LTC:LV7VHT3oGWQzG9EKjvSXd3eokgNXj6ciFE BTC:1Fph7y622HJ5Cwq4bkzfeZXWep2Jyi5kp7
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Looks like the atomic swaps between Litecoin, Bitcoin and Decred were done with Go and Go clients of the respective coins.   Sad

So no hope for altcoins that do not have Go clients.

Hello,

    Apparently, SegWit is a prerequisite for Lightning and it is Lightning which brings Atomic Swamps.
    reference on coindesk.com

Best Regards,
-Chicago

You don't need SegWit for atomic swaps - SCRIPT contracts are enough.  There is a nice demo by Charlie Lee in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw5icKcmdbA

The Github repository is here: https://github.com/decred/atomicswap

I thought I could use the dcratomicswap to create a dtcatomicswap, but it seems you need Go clients.  You will notice references to github.com/decred/dcrd/chaincfg in main.go which is part of a Go implementation of Decred.

Or maybe I am wrong.  I started the process of adding Datacoin: https://github.com/decred/atomicswap/issues/27

I was wrong - we don't need a Go client.  jrick answered:

"These tools just talk RPC to the wallets, it does not matter what language they are built in. You can use them to talk to the full node c++ wallets (e.g. btcatomicswap works with bitcoind/Bitcoin Qt)."

So I am going ahead modifying the utility to work with Datacoin.

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Devs - Are there any known issues with RPC GetBlockTemplate + SubmitBlock?

I've updated my jhPrimeMiner source to work with DTC - and have been trying to solo mine for the past few weeks - my miner is submitting blocks and getting success return values from the RPC - but the blocks don't seem to be accepted by the network Sad

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You are aware of our 3000 confirmations?

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Devs - Are there any known issues with RPC GetBlockTemplate + SubmitBlock?

I've updated my jhPrimeMiner source to work with DTC - and have been trying to solo mine for the past few weeks - my miner is submitting blocks and getting success return values from the RPC - but the blocks don't seem to be accepted by the network Sad

Ideas?


You are aware of our 3000 confirmations?

My "mined" blocks are not even showing up as orphaned in the wallet - the debug log file shows the call to SubmitBlock, then sometimes some network related block activity but my mined blocks are never included in the blockchain. Clearly something is awry with the generated blocks - but the wallet is not rejecting them outright - so I'm not sure what lol Smiley

*EDIT* Nevermind! - I think I've found the issue in my coinbase generation Smiley

XPM:AUwKMCYCacE6Jq1rsLcSEHSNiohHVVSiWv LTC:LV7VHT3oGWQzG9EKjvSXd3eokgNXj6ciFE BTC:1Fph7y622HJ5Cwq4bkzfeZXWep2Jyi5kp7
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Devs - Are there any known issues with RPC GetBlockTemplate + SubmitBlock?

I've updated my jhPrimeMiner source to work with DTC - and have been trying to solo mine for the past few weeks - my miner is submitting blocks and getting success return values from the RPC - but the blocks don't seem to be accepted by the network Sad

Ideas?


You are aware of our 3000 confirmations?

My "mined" blocks are not even showing up as orphaned in the wallet - the debug log file shows the call to SubmitBlock, then sometimes some network related block activity but my mined blocks are never included in the blockchain. Clearly something is awry with the generated blocks - but the wallet is not rejecting them outright - so I'm not sure what lol Smiley

*EDIT* Nevermind! - I think I've found the issue in my coinbase generation Smiley

And I have fixed it Smiley Here's my first block using the updated version of my jhPrimeMiner Smiley

http://www.bytestamp.net/blocks/qblo/en/2066210


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Devs - Are there any known issues with RPC GetBlockTemplate + SubmitBlock?

I've updated my jhPrimeMiner source to work with DTC - and have been trying to solo mine for the past few weeks - my miner is submitting blocks and getting success return values from the RPC - but the blocks don't seem to be accepted by the network Sad

Ideas?


You are aware of our 3000 confirmations?

My "mined" blocks are not even showing up as orphaned in the wallet - the debug log file shows the call to SubmitBlock, then sometimes some network related block activity but my mined blocks are never included in the blockchain. Clearly something is awry with the generated blocks - but the wallet is not rejecting them outright - so I'm not sure what lol Smiley

*EDIT* Nevermind! - I think I've found the issue in my coinbase generation Smiley

And I have fixed it Smiley Here's my first block using the updated version of my jhPrimeMiner Smiley

http://www.bytestamp.net/blocks/qblo/en/2066210



Fantastic.  I will reflect in OP.
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We are going forward, connection count increased:
    "connections" : 39,

Hi MarcusDe,

    39 connections is quite high compared to what I had been seeing around the network on a couple of nodes.
    Are you seeing only protocol 70001 clients or are there other protocol versions you're seeing in your peer list as well?

    Also, here are the agent strings I find on my peer list.  Do you identify any others in the swarm of 39 connections you have presently?

  • /Satoshi:0.8.3/
  • /Satoshi:0.8.5/
  • /Satoshi:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.1.2.0dtc-hp14-gunk-beta)/
  • /Datacoin:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.8.6.0)/

Best Regards,
-Chicago

Hi Chicago,

Here's my list:
Code:
getpeerinfo | grep subver | sort | uniq
        "subver" : "/Datacoin:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.8.6.0)/",
        "subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3/",
        "subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.5/",
        "subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.1.2.0dtc-hp14-gunk-beta)/",

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Hi,

I have just had a look at one of the nodes that I run and noticed that the money supply over the last week increased from about 2750000 to nearly 400000 and the blocks are solved at a rate of 15 per second - who could be mining at this rate and with what?

Also, is there anyone that can help me to get a datacoin.conf file properly setup to get rpc commands working on Ubuntu

Tnx,

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Hi,

I have just had a look at one of the nodes that I run and noticed that the money supply over the last week increased from about 2750000 to nearly 400000 and the blocks are solved at a rate of 15 per second - who could be mining at this rate and with what?

Also, is there anyone that can help me to get a datacoin.conf file properly setup to get rpc commands working on Ubuntu

Tnx,

H


I see

"moneysupply" : 27531657.33783475 at 09:42 PM.  Seems OK.

datacoin.conf example:

rpcuser=****username***
rpcpassword=****password***
gen=1
addnode 45.63.115.238:4777
addnode 144.76.64.49:4777
addnode 89.76.250.116:4777
addnode 95.188.90.31:4777
addnode 119.9.108.125:4777


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Hi Hamburger,

I have just had a look at one of the nodes that I run and noticed that the money supply over the last week increased from about 2750000 to nearly 400000 and the blocks are solved at a rate of 15 per second - who could be mining at this rate and with what?

    Over here, the last three blocks looked like the following.

Code:
grep  SetBestChain /var/lib/datacoin/debug.log | tail -n 3
2017-10-05 00:54:30 SetBestChain: new best=6b8ca6e413ad535f4adfbf654cd602b4c03b07f0239ccc0cb1d137babcbd1368  height=2067186  difficulty=8.8249899 log2Work=20.316233  log2ChainWork=44.260878  tx=2359386  date=2017-10-05 00:51:08 progress=0.999941
2017-10-05 00:54:38 SetBestChain: new best=0b192dcb3b26a14ceaea1d0c6d930f53accebd397acc473bb4ab1a77ea183567  height=2067187  difficulty=8.8250101 log2Work=20.316373  log2ChainWork=44.260879  tx=2359387  date=2017-10-05 00:54:32 progress=0.999998
2017-10-05 00:56:47 SetBestChain: new best=6bb5c0d04d8ed7f45a8f432b77ed77512a6b05eb2a8087774735952b0a02495b  height=2067188  difficulty=8.8249269 log2Work=20.315794  log2ChainWork=44.260879  tx=2359388  date=2017-10-05 00:54:37 progress=0.999962

    What is the height of your copy of the blockchain and what hash do you have for block 2067188?

Code:
datacoind getblockhash 2067188
6bb5c0d04d8ed7f45a8f432b77ed77512a6b05eb2a8087774735952b0a02495b

Also, is there anyone that can help me to get a datacoin.conf file properly setup to get rpc commands working on Ubuntu

    Inside of your ~/.datacoin/datacoin.conf make certain you have a rpcuser= and rpcpassword= declaration in order to be able to make RPC.
    Using datacoind a simple 'datacoind getinfo' should just work after you've started datacoind with the rpcuser and rpcpassword specified.

Best Regards,
-Chicago
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Hello,

    I surveyed the network just now and wanted to post a list of full nodes which can be used to optimize peer connectivity.

/Satoshi:0.8.3/
  • 80.74.157.31
  • [2a01:4f8:191:7330::2]
  • [2a01:4f8:201:528c::2]
  • 148.251.2.141
  • 144.76.64.49
  • 95.188.90.31
  • 139.59.84.79
  • 169.1.159.87
  • [2a01:4f8:191:7330::2]
  • 154.66.207.206
  • 76.16.12.81

/Satoshi:0.8.5/
  • 104.236.250.232
  • 89.76.250.116

/Satoshi:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.1.2.0dtc-hp14-gunk-beta)/
  • 91.214.79.144

/Datacoin:0.8.6/Datacoin:0.1.2(v0.8.6.0)/
  • 169.1.159.87
  • 119.9.108.125
  • [2401:1800:7800:104:be76:4eff:fe1c:5d6]

Best Regards,
-Chicago
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I'm currently syncing Datacoin for BTCpop.
As soon its synced it will be added to the exchange.
At the moment the exchange has not much volume yet and there is no API but we're working on a new Exchange + API.
On BTCpop we do also pooled staking for many PoS coins.

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Datacoin current status 

https://imgur.com/a/dTKIw

 
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I'm currently syncing Datacoin for BTCpop.
As soon its synced it will be added to the exchange.
At the moment the exchange has not much volume yet and there is no API but we're working on a new Exchange + API.
On BTCpop we do also pooled staking for many PoS coins.

Thank you Casimir.  I am firing up the Twitter.  BTCPOP (https://btcpop.co) is a lovely exchange.
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Datacoin current status 

https://imgur.com/a/dTKIw

 

Lol.

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Hi Hamburger,

I have just had a look at one of the nodes that I run and noticed that the money supply over the last week increased from about 2750000 to nearly 400000 and the blocks are solved at a rate of 15 per second - who could be mining at this rate and with what?

    Over here, the last three blocks looked like the following.

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grep  SetBestChain /var/lib/datacoin/debug.log | tail -n 3
2017-10-05 00:54:30 SetBestChain: new best=6b8ca6e413ad535f4adfbf654cd602b4c03b07f0239ccc0cb1d137babcbd1368  height=2067186  difficulty=8.8249899 log2Work=20.316233  log2ChainWork=44.260878  tx=2359386  date=2017-10-05 00:51:08 progress=0.999941
2017-10-05 00:54:38 SetBestChain: new best=0b192dcb3b26a14ceaea1d0c6d930f53accebd397acc473bb4ab1a77ea183567  height=2067187  difficulty=8.8250101 log2Work=20.316373  log2ChainWork=44.260879  tx=2359387  date=2017-10-05 00:54:32 progress=0.999998
2017-10-05 00:56:47 SetBestChain: new best=6bb5c0d04d8ed7f45a8f432b77ed77512a6b05eb2a8087774735952b0a02495b  height=2067188  difficulty=8.8249269 log2Work=20.315794  log2ChainWork=44.260879  tx=2359388  date=2017-10-05 00:54:37 progress=0.999962

    What is the height of your copy of the blockchain and what hash do you have for block 2067188?

Code:
datacoind getblockhash 2067188
6bb5c0d04d8ed7f45a8f432b77ed77512a6b05eb2a8087774735952b0a02495b

Also, is there anyone that can help me to get a datacoin.conf file properly setup to get rpc commands working on Ubuntu

    Inside of your ~/.datacoin/datacoin.conf make certain you have a rpcuser= and rpcpassword= declaration in order to be able to make RPC.
    Using datacoind a simple 'datacoind getinfo' should just work after you've started datacoind with the rpcuser and rpcpassword specified.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

First problem solved
I do not know where I got the source code from for the datacoind that I have complied - it seems to use another block chain - anyway, there where ten connections, so it seems like I am not the only one that made that mistake.

Second problem

I should have been more specific in that I would like to use the rpc commands to access datacoind with PHP - have done it a long time ago with bitcoin and do not know if things have changed.

Tnx

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October 05, 2017, 04:03:16 PM
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Hi Hamburger,

I should have been more specific in that I would like to use the rpc commands to access datacoind with PHP - have done it a long time ago with bitcoin and do not know if things have changed.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/PHP_developer_intro may be a good pointer in the right direction.

Let us know if it works for you.

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Porting Counterparty

In my quest to put digital assets on the Datacoin blockchain, I had a look at the Counterparty Protocol:  https://github.com/jsimnz/Counterparty

The code itself (https://github.com/CounterpartyXCP) appears to be just python, so it should be straightforward to port it to Datacoin.  As I see it, Counterparty uses 80bytes of data, while Datacoin has 128kB available.

I also looked at Book of Orbs, where digital assets are listed.  Very similar, I think, to what can happen to Datacoin.  My feeling is that Datacoin will end up as something between Bitcoin and Ethereum.  With Counterparty integration and Javascript programs in the DTC blockchain, we could end up with something that is more than Bitcoin, but less than the unwieldy ICO ecosytem of Ethereum.

Or perhaps the DTC Browser, Bytestamp and Apertus.io will incorporate aspects of the Counterparty Protocol.  The art world needs to prove ownership to stop the exploitation of artists:  https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/op-ed-how-blockchain-technology-could-save-struggling-artists-around-world/

For now we are consumed by worries about exchanges and clients, but this is something to be pursued in the future.

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Hi Hamburger,

I should have been more specific in that I would like to use the rpc commands to access datacoind with PHP - have done it a long time ago with bitcoin and do not know if things have changed.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/PHP_developer_intro may be a good pointer in the right direction.

Let us know if it works for you.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

It seems to me that I found my problem, however, I'll test it later to be sure.

From the original post;

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Official code repository
https://github.com/foo1inge/datacoin - Primecoin fork with data in tx and corresponding RPC (not useful just now because nobody has money for fee).
https://github.com/foo1inge/datacoin-hp - Primecoin-hp fork with data in tx (and no RPC ... I'll port this later). You should use this for mining because it is faster.

I'll have to find the source that gjhiggins made available.

Tnx,

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October 07, 2017, 01:16:10 PM
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Datacoin trading now LIVE on BTCPOP:

https://btcpop.co/Exchange/DTC

Liftoff.

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Projects like cloud services, which store things in blockchains so that they can be called at any time, are promising, and I don't think anyone would want to miss the coin.

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October 07, 2017, 05:03:27 PM
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Hi Hamburger,

I should have been more specific in that I would like to use the rpc commands to access datacoind with PHP - have done it a long time ago with bitcoin and do not know if things have changed.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/PHP_developer_intro may be a good pointer in the right direction.

Let us know if it works for you.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

Heh, that link reminded me I had to add some info into pool start page :-)

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October 07, 2017, 10:09:55 PM
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Datacoin trading now LIVE on BTCPOP:
https://btcpop.co/Exchange/DTC

Excellent work to everyone involved, it is nice we have a market now.
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Is it still worth it to mine with CPU?

Mined a few blocks, now not getting anything for a few days.

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October 08, 2017, 06:26:18 PM
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Nice Project !
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Which cryptocurrencies do you accept?

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How to mining using CPU?

Open the console/debug window, type setgenerate true <n> into the box where <n> the number of threads/cores you wish to dedicate. The console window also knows help as a  command. setgenerate false stops all processes dedicated to “mining” (actually, prime number generation in Datacoin's case).

Cheers

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Or you can set

Code:
gen=1
genproclimit=<nr of cores>

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What is the algorithm of this coin?

Prime algorithm. 

More precisely, Cunningham chains.

Just like primecoin.

Datacoin is a primecoin fork.

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Rare Pepe

I am trying to wrap my head around the Rare Pepe cards meme and it seems to me the idea is also applicable to Datacoin.  We have a data field of 128kB and an asset can be associated with a particular transaction. That asset can then be sent to a new address with the Datacoin.  So we should be able to create Rare Pepe cards (size 128kB) on Datacoin?

I uploaded a Pepe image I got on the internet on Bytestamp here: txid: 2e73abc7d24f1a042abc2e7c7114a9b0b12ab4b2765e8ba3036a790ef9ee26af

Bytestamp now lists it as Und App.  I need the picture to be shown (it is a jpg).  Will it be visible in Bitfossil?  I understand that if I send those coins to a new address the image will also be transferred.
Will it be visible in Bitfossil
Any thoughts/questions/rebukes are most welcome.

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Hi all.

I added support for digital assets on http://www.bytestamp.net.

Now you can make an asset from a timestamped file and transfer its ownership.

Topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2248452.0


PS: it will not be visible in Bitfossil, because we store in the Datacoin blockchain only the md5, not the file itself

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This is just awesome!

Thank you so much!

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October 08, 2017, 06:53:33 PM
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Is it still worth it to mine with CPU?

Mined a few blocks, now not getting anything for a few days.

pedrog I mined 25DTC today, with an i7 laptop.

With Datacoin trading on BTCPOP Exchange (https://btcpop.co/Exchange/DTC) we will see pools and rigs starting to mine.

But Datacoin has a dynamic difficulty adjustment algorithm.  So when pools come in they will get most of the coins, but once the difficulty has adjusted other miners will again get coins, but at a lower block reward. 

Difficulty has levelled off at about 8.9, so now you should be solving about two blocks per day.

Currently the price on BTCPOP is 250 Satoshis, if you wanted to buy.

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Guys, I suggest mining while diff is below 9 ;-)

btw, dtc.graymines.net CPD is ~800 ATM.

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This is just awesome!

Thank you so much!

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DEV, Datacoin have ICO?  Grin
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Hi Ben,

    Thanks for asking!

DEV, Datacoin have ICO?  Grin

    Do the next best thing, pickup some on BTCPOP before the few available at a low cost are all gone.

Best Regards,
-Chicago
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Sampei7777 sent me the procedure to create a digital asset on the Datacoin blockchain:


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1) upload a file as for a normal timestamp. Of course, you can choose a previously timestamped file, as your digital asset

2) now you have a button Take First Ownership. Click it to make an asset from the file

3) input the address that will be the owner of the asset. It can be both a Datacoin or a Bitcoin address. Yes, we can transfer assets between datacoin and bitcoin addresses, too

4) than you have to sign a message with your datacoin/bitcoin client and submit the signature. This proves you own that address

5) now the asset belongs to you. Only you can transfer its ownership by signing a message with the private key corresponding to the DTC/BTC address that owns the asset.

At the top menu of ByteStamp site now there is the Asset link.

Here you can see the latest assets transations.

When you transfer an asset a particular asset transaction is uploaded on Datacoin blockchain, using its transaction data field.

So all assets transfers are undeniable.

From the latest assets transations table you can click the transaction link.

Here you can see the transaction on the Datacoin Block Explorer, and it says you that this transaction contains an asset.

Click to have details and you can see the message stored on the Datacoin blockchain.

At the bottom of the page there is a technical explanation of how it works.

This has huge implications for digital asset trading, digital rights management (DRM) and even things like mental poker.  
I can imagine a barebones game engine, where the players bring their own tradeable skins, weapons, inventory etc.

REMEMBER TO CHECK THE PUBLIC BOX TO SEE YOUR ASSET.  OTHERWISE IT WILL BE INVISIBLE.  

There was also an interesting article in Bitcoin Magazine about artists and the trouble they have protecting their work:  https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/op-ed-how-blockchain-technology-could-save-struggling-artists-around-world/

Good stuff.
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Hi Ben,

    Thanks for asking!

DEV, Datacoin have ICO?  Grin

    Do the next best thing, pickup some on BTCPOP before the few available at a low cost are all gone.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

Is BTCPOP legit?  It seems more like a loan site than an exchange and doesn't show exchange publicly which makes me skeptical.

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Sampei7777 sent me the procedure to create a digital asset on the Datacoin blockchain:


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1) upload a file as for a normal timestamp. Of course, you can choose a previously timestamped file, as your digital asset

2) now you have a button Take First Ownership. Click it to make an asset from the file

3) input the address that will be the owner of the asset. It can be both a Datacoin or a Bitcoin address. Yes, we can transfer assets between datacoin and bitcoin addresses, too

4) than you have to sign a message with your datacoin/bitcoin client and submit the signature. This proves you own that address

5) now the asset belongs to you. Only you can transfer its ownership by signing a message with the private key corresponding to the DTC/BTC address that owns the asset.

At the top menu of ByteStamp site now there is the Asset link.

Here you can see the latest assets transations.

When you transfer an asset a particular asset transaction is uploaded on Datacoin blockchain, using its transaction data field.

So all assets transfers are undeniable.

From the latest assets transations table you can click the transaction link.

Here you can see the transaction on the Datacoin Block Explorer, and it says you that this transaction contains an asset.

Click to have details and you can see the message stored on the Datacoin blockchain.

At the bottom of the page there is a technical explanation of how it works.

This has huge implications for digital asset trading, digital rights management (DRM) and even things like mental poker. 
I can imagine a barebones game engine, where the players bring their own tradeable skins, weapons, inventory etc. 

There was also an interesting article in Bitcoin Magazine about artists and the trouble they have protecting their work:  https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/op-ed-how-blockchain-technology-could-save-struggling-artists-around-world/

Good stuff.
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I would add that you can take the ownership of an asset even if it is still under approbation.

And you can do it even if it is not public at all.

Sorry if it was not clear

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Hi guys,

Why , oh why, are peeps selling their coins so cheap?
Strange...
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Heya guys, new to this coin. Downloaded the wallet and added all nodes mentioned here. I have a connection between 1-4. But yet still the sync is suuuuuuuuper slow, why is that?

I have unlimited inet speed which downloads gb movies in minutes....soooo its not my connection. any ideas?:/

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Heya guys, new to this coin. Downloaded the wallet and added all nodes mentioned here. I have a connection between 1-4. But yet still the sync is suuuuuuuuper slow, why is that?

I have unlimited inet speed which downloads gb movies in minutes....soooo its not my connection. any ideas?:/

Hi,
Took me about 36hrs to sync
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Heya guys, new to this coin. Downloaded the wallet and added all nodes mentioned here. I have a connection between 1-4. But yet still the sync is suuuuuuuuper slow, why is that?

I have unlimited inet speed which downloads gb movies in minutes....soooo its not my connection. any ideas?:/

Anyone aware of a bootstrap for dtc? If not I will make one available
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Glad to see an exchange here Smiley
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If anyone needs Datacoin for development and/or experimental purposes, hit me up, l'll send you some
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Did not notice this thread about data coin in the earlier days, thanks for mprep admin to split out the tokens to subcategory. Data coin looks interesting, just put my foot print here to follow this thread.

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Heya guys, new to this coin. Downloaded the wallet and added all nodes mentioned here. I have a connection between 1-4. But yet still the sync is suuuuuuuuper slow, why is that?

I have unlimited inet speed which downloads gb movies in minutes....soooo its not my connection. any ideas?:/

Anyone aware of a bootstrap for dtc? If not I will make one available


https://github.com/dtc20017/Datacoin-Bootstrap
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Heya guys, new to this coin. Downloaded the wallet and added all nodes mentioned here. I have a connection between 1-4. But yet still the sync is suuuuuuuuper slow, why is that?

I have unlimited inet speed which downloads gb movies in minutes....soooo its not my connection. any ideas?:/

Anyone aware of a bootstrap for dtc? If not I will make one available


https://github.com/dtc20017/Datacoin-Bootstrap


How comes sync is so slow? Is it because the nodes have horrible inet atm or the tech is really slowing it down that much?

For newcomers like me its really a big minus point on this project:/
Will still stay but just wanna give my 2 sats

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Heya guys, new to this coin. Downloaded the wallet and added all nodes mentioned here. I have a connection between 1-4. But yet still the sync is suuuuuuuuper slow, why is that?

I have unlimited inet speed which downloads gb movies in minutes....soooo its not my connection. any ideas?:/

Anyone aware of a bootstrap for dtc? If not I will make one available


https://github.com/dtc20017/Datacoin-Bootstrap


How comes sync is so slow? Is it because the nodes have horrible inet atm or the tech is really slowing it down that much?

For newcomers like me its really a big minus point on this project:/
Will still stay but just wanna give my 2 sats

Hello All,

    Thanks to dtc2017 for providing a linear bootstrap.dat for Datacoin.
    I am importing it on a fresh node now and will compare the hash of its tip with that on another node to offer a secondary confirmation of it being the honest chain.

    As far as syncing with the blockchain organically, yes it is very slow on Windows, much faster on macOS and quite fast on Linux, relatively speaking.
    That being said, Datacoin will only ever take longer to do an initial sync when the promise of 500GiB/year of growth is expressed.

    To address the various needs of users around the globe, it would make sense for us to publish a DNS address record of regional nodes.
    For example a ns.hkg.example.org, ns.europe.example.org or even ns.north-america.example.org.

    Another way to speed up the initial sync organically would be to identify "fast nodes" and then during your initial sync, include a connect=fastnode.example.com into your datacoin.conf.
    The net effect of such a directive would imply your Datacoin node would only be connecting ever to fastnode.example.com when syncing.  After the sync, removing the connect= line would then join you with the rest of the peer network.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

    
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Good morning,
Just tried this link page 1

Pool Miner
https://github.com/rdebourbon/jhPrimeminer

The mega file is no longer available.
Any chance of a windows binary please.

Also, is there a solo miner for this yet please?

Thanks
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Good morning,
Just tried this link page 1

Pool Miner
https://github.com/rdebourbon/jhPrimeminer

The mega file is no longer available.
Any chance of a windows binary please.

Also, is there a solo miner for this yet please?

Thanks
J

If you think about GPU miners for dtc.graymines.net pool you have links to miners on pool's start page.
In every package you have both linux and windows binary. I tested them all mining DTC myself.
Also remember to edit config file :-)

I can try to compile miner from link above in Visual Studio when I go back home this evening ;-)

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Posted Javascript library for Datacoin on OP:

Javascript scripts to interact with client:
https://github.com/extro24/datacoinj
https://registry.npmjs.org/datacoin/-/datacoin-1.0.0.tgz

I did not write these myself - I found them on the web and uploaded to Github.

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Good morning,
Just tried this link page 1

Pool Miner
https://github.com/rdebourbon/jhPrimeminer

The mega file is no longer available.
Any chance of a windows binary please.

Also, is there a solo miner for this yet please?

Thanks
J

If you think about GPU miners for dtc.graymines.net pool you have links to miners on pool's start page.
In every package you have both linux and windows binary. I tested them all mining DTC myself.
Also remember to edit config file :-)

I can try to compile miner from link above in Visual Studio when I go back home this evening ;-)


Thank you for coming back to me.
I have downloaded all the pool miners from those links, but it is specifically a solo miner i am after.
If you have the time to compile that would be greatly appreciated, no rush though. This coin will be about for a long time to come.
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...it is specifically a solo miner i am after.

Hi Miner Ja,

    Are you saying you want to use an ordinary XPM miner and point it to the datacoind RPC?
    If so, do it -- and just bump rpcthreads to a higher value than the default of 4.

Best Regards,
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...it is specifically a solo miner i am after.

Hi Miner Ja,

    Are you saying you want to use an ordinary XPM miner and point it to the datacoind RPC?
    If so, do it -- and just bump rpcthreads to a higher value than the default of 4.

Best Regards,
-Chicago

Ah yes, I remember doing this from years long time ago...
Those connections stay long time, and before they start to expire they still block 'rpc connections pool'. Rising the limit helps.

Code:
  -rpcthreads=<n>        Set the number of threads to service RPC calls (default: 4)

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Hi Chicago, MarcusDe,

erm, lets start a fresh

I'm using windows 7 and wallet "datacoin-qt-131204", using shortcut to "C:\Users\crypto\Downloads\datacoin-qt-131204\datacoin-qt.exe -server"
I've also tried wallet "datacoin-qt-i386-solo-mining-gui-131225" with -server option (not sure what the difference is between the wallets)

Then i have tried a few different miners
==============================================================================================
1)   jhPrimeminer-GMP  using  "jhPrimeminer -o http://127.0.0.1:2222 -u user -p password"

I get
 ═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
║  jhPrimeMiner - mod by hg5fm (mumus)
║  author: JH (http://ypool.net)
║  contributors: x3maniac
║  Credits: Sunny King for the original Primecoin client&miner
║  Credits: mikaelh for the performance optimizations
╚═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Launching miner...
GeneratePrimeTable() : prime table [1, 0] generated with 0 pri
Connecting to '127.0.0.1' (127.0.0.1)
Using 6 threads
Username: user
Password: password
Using GetWork() protocol
Warning:
   GetWork() is outdated and inefficient. You are losing minin
   by using it. If the pool supports it, consider switching to
   Just add the port :10034 to the -o parameter.
   Example: jhPrimeminer.exe -o http://poolurl.net:10034 ...

drops to dosprompt
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2)   jhPrimeminer-v8.2  using "jhPrimeminer -o http://127.0.0.1:2222 -u user -p password -getwork -xpm DFzBES5BbA5v8mMVrG3X36SXYnVJBTEAmE"

I get

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║  jhPrimeMiner - mod by hg5fm (mumus) -v8.2 beta (12/10/2013)  ║
║  author: JH (http://ypool.net)                                ║
║  contributors: x3maniac                                       ║
║  Credits: Sunny King for the original Primecoin client&miner  ║
║  Credits: mikaelh for the performance optimizations           ║
╚═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
Launching miner...
GeneratePrimeTable() : prime table [1, 1024000] generated with 80265 primes
Sieve Percentage: 10 %
Connecting to '127.0.0.1' (127.0.0.1)
Using 6 threads
Username: user
Password: password

PPS = 'Primes per Second', Val/h = 'Share Value per Hour'
Keyboard shortcuts:
   <Ctrl-C>, <Q>     - Quit
   <Up arrow key>    - Increment Sieve Percentage
   <Down arrow key>  - Decrement Sieve Percentage
   <Left arrow key>  - Decrement Round Sieve Percentage
   <Right arrow key> - Increment Round Sieve Percentage
   <P> - Enable/Disable Round Sieve Percentage Auto Tuning
   <S> - Print current settings
   <[> - Decrement Primorial Multiplier
   <]> - Increment Primorial Multiplier
   <-> - Decrement Sive size
   <+> - Increment Sieve size
Note: While the initial auto tuning is in progress several values cannot be changed.
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 18172 - 4ch: 3591.9 - 5ch: 0.0 - 6ch: 0.0 - SPS:30.182 - ACC:609
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 2089751 - Diff: 8.982845 / 8.982845
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 0 / 0 ]  -  Max diff: 4.89511
----  6-chain count:    0 -  6ch/h:   0.000
----  7-chain count:    0 -  7ch/h:   0.000
----  8-chain count:    0 -  8ch/h:   0.000
----  9-chain count:    0 -  9ch/h:   0.000
---- 10-chain count:    0 - 10ch/h:   0.000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 17989 - 4ch: 3886.1 - 5ch: 0.0 - 6ch: 0.0 - SPS:30.869 - ACC:605
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 18832 - 4ch: 5238.0 - 5ch: 149.7 - 6ch: 0.0 - SPS:31.302 - ACC:603
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 2089752 - Diff: 8.982844 / 8.982844
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 0 / 0 ]  -  Max diff: 5.30655
----  6-chain count:    0 -  6ch/h:   0.000
----  7-chain count:    0 -  7ch/h:   0.000
----  8-chain count:    0 -  8ch/h:   0.000
----  9-chain count:    0 -  9ch/h:   0.000
---- 10-chain count:    0 - 10ch/h:   0.000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 20829 - 4ch: 5387.5 - 5ch: 128.3 - 6ch: 0.0 - SPS:35.162 - ACC:614
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 2089753 - Diff: 8.982847 / 8.982847
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 0 / 0 ]  -  Max diff: 5.30655
----  6-chain count:    0 -  6ch/h:   0.000
----  7-chain count:    0 -  7ch/h:   0.000
----  8-chain count:    0 -  8ch/h:   0.000
----  9-chain count:    0 -  9ch/h:   0.000
---- 10-chain count:    0 - 10ch/h:   0.000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 21252 - 4ch: 5163.1 - 5ch: 112.2 - 6ch: 112.2 - SPS:36.418 - ACC:612
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 21424 - 4ch: 4736.2 - 5ch: 81.7 - 6ch: 163.3 - SPS:35.714 - ACC:603
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 21160 - 4ch: 5390.6 - 5ch: 385.0 - 6ch: 128.3 - SPS:34.882 - ACC:607
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 21211 - 4ch: 4968.4 - 5ch: 422.8 - 6ch: 105.7 - SPS:34.799 - ACC:609
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 2089754 - Diff: 8.982847 / 8.982847
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 0 / 0 ]  -  Max diff: 6.45022
----  6-chain count:    2 -  6ch/h:  99.856
----  7-chain count:    0 -  7ch/h:   0.000
----  8-chain count:    0 -  8ch/h:   0.000
----  9-chain count:    0 -  9ch/h:   0.000
---- 10-chain count:    0 - 10ch/h:   0.000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 21095 - 4ch: 5067.8 - 5ch: 368.6 - 6ch: 138.2 - SPS:35.490 - ACC:606
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 2089755 - Diff: 8.982850 / 8.982850
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 0 / 0 ]  -  Max diff: 6.45022
----  6-chain count:    3 -  6ch/h: 125.371
----  7-chain count:    0 -  7ch/h:   0.000
----  8-chain count:    0 -  8ch/h:   0.000
----  9-chain count:    0 -  9ch/h:   0.000
---- 10-chain count:    0 - 10ch/h:   0.000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 0.000 - PPS: 20667 - 4ch: 5054.8 - 5ch: 334.2 - 6ch: 125.3 - SPS:34.478 - ACC:601


After about 30 mins the max diff got to 7.02147 and stayed at that value for the next 6 hours and i only had values on 6 and 7 chain count, never any higher (is that right)

3)   datacoin-marcus-generic-miner-64  using  "DataMiner.exe -o 127.0.0.1:2222 -u user -p password"

Same results as above

I know it takes a while to find a block, but i don't even know from those stats if it is mining correctly.
As for adding the "-rpcthreads=<n>        Set the number of threads to service RPC calls (default: 4)"
I don't have a clue where that line is - sorry

I feel so stupid cos i successfully mine 10's of different coins, but have no idea where to start with this one. Half the links either lead to deleted mega files, or viruses, and most of the tutorials seem not to work, or be for linux users only.

I'm in need of a little hand holding please
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Chicago, MarcusDe

I am successfully using "dtcclient_v10.1beta" with my Nvidia 750Ti pointed at "dtc.graymines.net" pool, and even tried configuring that to point at my local wallet,
but i get




C:\Users\crypto\Documents\Coins\Datacoin\dtcclient_v10.1beta\dtcclient_v10.1beta - solo>xpmclient -u user -p password -w DETJLA3XaUzUSm9yGRvoqjxMNMiN7dtopp

madPrimeMiner-v1.1
ClientName = 'minerja_2'  ClientID = 1892210898  InstanceID = 324737754
Address = 'DETJLA3XaUzUSm9yGRvoqjxMNMiN7dtopp'
found platform[0] name = 'AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing'
found platform[1] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
<info> found 2 devices
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GPU 0: sieve size = 55023360 (26 bits)
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Connecting to frontend: 127.0.0.1:2222 ...

It then just sits at the last line
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I am most fantastic to see Datacoin.
Reminder to see new uses in plan Smiley
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sounds good

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October 12, 2017, 03:56:18 PM
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The AtomSea asked that I clarify the status of Apertus.io native support for the datacoin variable field.
 
Apertus as is fully supports datacoin native read-write. We implemented the sendata and getdata RPC calls.
A fresh install of Apertus.io has two entries for datacoin. DTC & DTC-V the -V stands for variable.  There is also a customizable variable field size in the wallet settings currently set at 80K it is set at this instead of 128K due to Apertus measuring data size prior to encoding the data which inflates the size. Recent testing has shown we can bump this to 90K and it still fits. files larger than 90K are split into up to 90k chunks and stored in seperate transactions following storage an index is stored that allows all the pieces to be reassembled into the original file.  I have stored a 4mb .mov file already using this method without issue.

There is one issue the datacoin getdata RPC call currently does not return data stored in a remote wallet. Because of this a user can only rebuild what they themselves stored using dtc-V.  The DTC intergration doesn't have this limitation because it uses a more generic storage method compatible with most blockchains.  If the datacoin development team alters getdata so that it can getdata etched in a remote wallet Apertus will rebuild it as is.

Hugpuddle has agreed to code around this issue shortly and access the data using getrawtransaction however a better solution is to fix the getdata call as others will want the same functionality and it far simpler to implement.

Thanks for your time
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I have created some example videos of what can be done with Apertus.io on most blockchains.

https://youtu.be/Wa5B22KAkEk?list=PLDNMoJ2rHmfqn8mlv5V-jcSt7sq2kGTtE

To include:
storing and viewing complete websites.
Searching Following and hash tagging content like twitter.
Executing trusted code  remotely.
Creating private group chat rooms
Decentralized profiles with tip option.
Persistent questions polls and voting
Public and direct messaging
Unlimited file size storage with option to store encrypted
Linking data between most blockchains
Proof of existence and ownership
Digital asset/object creation and transfer.
Realtime monitoring and indexing of found data.
Full text search of local root data.
 
Hugpuddle invested extra time to allow Apertus to use datacoin variable storage because the coin was designed with this in mind although it is also compatible with most blockchains due to the generic storage method implemented.
Apertus.io is a test bed. It was designed to be flexible.  There are many uses for it not listed. 

We are begging a new development cycle oct 23 to seperate the functionality from the GUI allowing for a whole ecosystem of mobile clients to be developed. We are also decentralizing bitfossil in the process leading to a fully decentralized Google like search of Apertus.io data across chains.  We will be using datacoin to store bitfossil root index to accomplish this.

Consider getting your testnet network operational as this can be used as a temporRy data store for things you do not want to persist forever like group chats. Testnets are purged periodically by the development teams.

I hope  to receive a public or private message from you soon on the datacoin network. Search for #embii in the Apertus client to find my latest profile.

Thank you for you time. <3 embii

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October 13, 2017, 12:19:05 AM
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Hi embii,

    Thanks a lot especially for writing this summary for everyone.

Consider getting your testnet network operational as this can be used as a temporRy data store for things you do not want to persist forever like group chats.

    Just to do a bit of double-checking and to make certain we've all converged on the same testnet -- is your testnet swarm at height 4521 presently, with a block hash at the tip of d61407a09506df6ef440abaa4d6392c20e30b72470e77bf40ae68e9008f302a6?

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October 13, 2017, 03:32:22 AM
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Hi embii,

    Thanks a lot especially for writing this summary for everyone.

Consider getting your testnet network operational as this can be used as a temporRy data store for things you do not want to persist forever like group chats.

    Just to do a bit of double-checking and to make certain we've all converged on the same testnet -- is your testnet swarm at height 4521 presently, with a block hash at the tip of d61407a09506df6ef440abaa4d6392c20e30b72470e77bf40ae68e9008f302a6?

Best Regards,
-Chicago


Amazing news on the Datacoin Testnet...
What peers are active on her? Can we get a list?
I'll add them, open the port to be a full-node, and put a cpu core on her to help move her along
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Hello AtomSea,

    Well, since I was just asking a bit ago to see if everybody had converged on the same testnet swarm; I'll just share what I know and then hopefully if there are separate p2p swarms for testnet we'll get them all joined.

What peers are active on her? Can we get a list?
I'll add them, open the port to be a full-node, and put a cpu core on her to help move her along

   Here are the full node addresses I see.

  • 144.76.64.49
  • 119.9.108.125
  • [2401:1800:7800:104:be76:4eff:fe1c:5d6]

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Hi embii,

    Thanks a lot especially for writing this summary for everyone.

Consider getting your testnet network operational as this can be used as a temporRy data store for things you do not want to persist forever like group chats.

    Just to do a bit of double-checking and to make certain we've all converged on the same testnet -- is your testnet swarm at height 4521 presently, with a block hash at the tip of d61407a09506df6ef440abaa4d6392c20e30b72470e77bf40ae68e9008f302a6?

Best Regards,
-Chicago


Amazing news on the Datacoin Testnet...
What peers are active on her? Can we get a list?
I'll add them, open the port to be a full-node, and put a cpu core on her to help move her along

Hello AtomSea,

    Well, since I was just asking a bit ago to see if everybody had converged on the same testnet swarm; I'll just share what I know and then hopefully if there are separate p2p swarms for testnet we'll get them all joined.

What peers are active on her? Can we get a list?
I'll add them, open the port to be a full-node, and put a cpu core on her to help move her along

   Here are the full node addresses I see.

  • 144.76.64.49
  • 119.9.108.125
  • [2401:1800:7800:104:be76:4eff:fe1c:5d6]

Best Regards,
-Chicago


Datacoin Testnet nodes added -- hung at height 4521.

setgenerate true 1

Testnet now live and active.

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October 13, 2017, 04:31:34 PM
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Hi All,

I have submitted a request for Datacoin to be added to the Microsoft Azure Blockchain Project
If my submission is accepted it will allow Azure users to spin up a Datacoin Ubuntu node.
Not sure how much value it will bring to this project but it may pay dividends later on.

https://github.com/dtc20017/azure-blockchain-projects/tree/master/baas-artifacts/linux-datacoin

Also thanks to Atomsea and Embii for supporting DTC on Apertus, definitely one of my top 5 favourite apps
this summer and I look forward to future releases.


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https://btcpop.co/Exchange/DTC    might be the only place I think still has them up for grabs
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I've asked CryptoId for adding DTC, here's response:

Hello sir,

CryptoId looks very nice and solid. Is it possible to add Datacoin (DTC) to your service?

Coin info:
Old thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.1880
New thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.new#new

From a while DataCoin is ressurected and actively developed.

Thank you in advance
MM.

Hi,

I am asking for a contribution to hosting costs of $109 for a year (or $59 for 6 months), via Paypal, BTC or LTC.
Let me know if you are interested!

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dtc.graymines.net pool/server update, expect short break in pool work.

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dtc.graymines.net pool/server update, expect short break in pool work.


OK, ready.

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I've asked CryptoId for adding DTC, here's response:

Hello sir,

CryptoId looks very nice and solid. Is it possible to add Datacoin (DTC) to your service?

Coin info:
Old thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.1880
New thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.new#new

From a while DataCoin is ressurected and actively developed.

Thank you in advance
MM.

Hi,

I am asking for a contribution to hosting costs of $109 for a year (or $59 for 6 months), via Paypal, BTC or LTC.
Let me know if you are interested!



Thank you for the info MarcusDE.

What does everyone think?
These cats legit?

HugPuddle will gladly pay for 6 months --- perhaps by then we'll have so many Datacoin guru's making nifty tools that we won't need to pay Smiley



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That is very nice of you.

We need to set up a development fund. Maybe something as simple as a DTC or BTC address.

-extro

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Hi Atomsea,

Attempting to etch an IBM emulator (javascript) onto the dtc blockchain, when I search
for the rootid it fails to open the index.html by default and instead receive the listing of the
entire directory with each link greyed out.
The rootid is - cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51
I have no issues running the emulator locally, could this issue be realated to my Apertus settings or file size?
Hoping you might be able to shed some light on this

Thanks
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Hi Atomsea,

Attempting to etch an IBM emulator (javascript) onto the dtc blockchain, when I search
for the rootid it fails to open the index.html by default and instead receive the listing of the
entire directory with each link greyed out.
The rootid is - cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51
I have no issues running the emulator locally, could this issue be realated to my Apertus settings or file size?
Hoping you might be able to shed some light on this

Thanks

awesome that you are testing scripting.

i found your test on bitfossil.com indexer here: http://bitfossil.com/cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51/index.htm
i noticed the test was not signed.  signatures and the trust center allow scripted content to come through unfiltered.

Have no fear you can use the link feature to pull your previously etched content into a new transaction root id that has been signed. 
 
copy the transid of your first etching into the search bar and hit [enter] cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51
the content will display filtered out because unsigned content is not trusted by default.

click on the link icon on the top right corner of the screen.
this will push the trans id into the attach text box.

create a signature if you haven't already  by pressing the + button next to the signatures drop down box. enter a name in the text box that pops up and hit [enter].

make sure the signature and your profile are both selected.
start typing a message to get the etch button to activate if it is grayed out.  if a message is not wanted delete what you typed and the etch button will remain activated.
click the etch button.  wait.... once finished you will now see that your content is no longer filtered out and if you named the file index.html  it should automatically just open up.

here is a video about the trust center to help you understand this functionality.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp-e343kG3w&list=PLDNMoJ2rHmfqn8mlv5V-jcSt7sq2kGTtE&index=16

ALSO: if you would like bitfossil to automatically render your scripted content bitfossil must also trust your signature.   that requires some level of trust be established between bitfossil \ hugpuddle and yourself...because should we trust your signature all scripting and file content you etch will appear in bitfossil unfiltered in real time.

Once my datacoin wallets are synced i will send you a direct message on datacoin testnet should you still need assistance

Thanks for your time.


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Hi Atomsea,

Attempting to etch an IBM emulator (javascript) onto the dtc blockchain, when I search
for the rootid it fails to open the index.html by default and instead receive the listing of the
entire directory with each link greyed out.
The rootid is - cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51
I have no issues running the emulator locally, could this issue be realated to my Apertus settings or file size?
Hoping you might be able to shed some light on this

Thanks

awesome that you are testing scripting.

i found your test on bitfossil.com indexer here: http://bitfossil.com/cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51/index.htm
i noticed the test was not signed.  signatures and the trust center allow scripted content to come through unfiltered.

Have no fear you can use the link feature to pull your previously etched content into a new transaction root id that has been signed. 
 
copy the transid of your first etching into the search bar and hit [enter] cc8697edaccfb49261ad0c01a6274dd3007a568677551c30a981d674c5c4ea51
the content will display filtered out because unsigned content is not trusted by default.

click on the link icon on the top right corner of the screen.
this will push the trans id into the attach text box.

create a signature if you haven't already  by pressing the + button next to the signatures drop down box. enter a name in the text box that pops up and hit [enter].

make sure the signature and your profile are both selected.
start typing a message to get the etch button to activate if it is grayed out.  if a message is not wanted delete what you typed and the etch button will remain activated.
click the etch button.  wait.... once finished you will now see that your content is no longer filtered out and if you named the file index.html  it should automatically just open up.

here is a video about the trust center to help you understand this functionality.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp-e343kG3w&list=PLDNMoJ2rHmfqn8mlv5V-jcSt7sq2kGTtE&index=16

ALSO: if you would like bitfossil to automatically render your scripted content bitfossil must also trust your signature.   that requires some level of trust be established between bitfossil \ hugpuddle and yourself...because should we trust your signature all scripting and file content you etch will appear in bitfossil unfiltered in real time.

Once my datacoin wallets are synced i will send you a direct message on datacoin testnet should you still need assistance

Thanks for your time.




Hi embii,

Thanks for the timely response, everyday my mental list of js apps that i want
to etch grows. It's addictive stuff
I think your right it's going through as filtered content.
I will setup a sig now and etch again, it will take awhile but I'll let you
know how I get on.


Cheers,

dtc17
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no need to re-etch the whole thing.  consider using the link feature described above.
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the link feature allows an unlimited amount of users to decide for themselves if your content is trustworthy.  by signing it themselves they in effect are sharing your etched content with their own audience or systems...links and signatures allow decentralized trust ecosystems to develop on the chain.
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Since you are experimenting keep in mind that Apertus builds a master root index of all etched data that is accessible by any future etchings by referencing the transaction id in your web scripting

example:
../ad262e902b88513ccf6f9fd0b9a01670acb1f9cd7acbd39a90846683e3ce80d6/dtc.jpg 

is the permanent direct link to the profile image you just stored on datacoin.  the ../  is required.

this shortcut can be used in future web scripting in lieu of re-etching the file.

here is example of linking to a jquery 1.11.1 script that has already been etched on bitcoin.


<script src="../f5e8166c30fd080f9c5f0ab79a57b058e0d31364f8064f39badddff2675f754b/jquery.min.js"></script>

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also if you are storing code for later reuse consider storing it along with #keywords  Keywords like twitter tags help people find and discover content.

so for instance the jquery etching should've had a #jquery #JQuery kewords etched.  futures user searching for #jquery will than be able to find the script.
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https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9EpO65pdadeEZKRkdHelFFVUk

Windows binaries of Datacoin-hp14.

It is CPU high performance version of datacoin wallet with some last patches from primecoin and QT.

For solo mining type in debug console:

setgenerate true -1

Type getmininginfo for mining stats.

It has been used by me for 1.5 months.

It sends 1% of mined datacoins for donation. It can be changed in command line.
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Hi Team,

Am I seeing blocks that are substantially under 60 seconds here (contrary to what we advertise) ?



(image from http://www.bitFossil.org -- specifically this etching -- http://www.bitfossil.org/ab6d565b4870cf08e7eeca820567dbd85967352eafb16ade1d440fe462947985/index.htm -- screen capture from https://dtc.graymines.net)

Let me know! Smiley

Kind Regards,
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Hi Embii,

I finally got it up and running, here are the steps I took

After following your instructions I could now access the index.html page by default although
it was displaying an "access denied" message.
Thinking this was js realated I changed the registry settings as listed in the Apertus doc
After playing with all the js settings in ie security and advanced options I decided to remove IE11.
Then I ran another search, created a shortcut from within apertus and selected open with edge.
The emulator ran successfully.

To confirm it was downloading from the chain and not locally I removed all folders from the root index and started
the emulator from the shortcut again.
I have also tested the emulator on chrome but received the "access denied" error.
Once I figure out the settings within IE apertus should run as per normal

Screenshot

https://imgur.com/a/7DfeN


Thanks again for your assistance,

dtc17
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Awesome news! I will build it later tonight and see if I have the same problems.  I noticed we do not have a datacoin sample out on our Apertus.io website do you mind if I link to this?
It Demonstrates Apertus.io has the ability to make most any blockchain Turing complete. <3

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Awesome news! I will build it later tonight and see if I have the same problems.  I noticed we do not have a datacoin sample out on our Apertus.io website do you mind if I link to this?
It Demonstrates Apertus.io has the ability to make most any blockchain Turing complete. <3


Not at all anything to promote the use of Datacoin and Apertus  Cool
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https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz9EpO65pdadRW9LWnRQREJNYzA/view?usp=sharing

Datacoin wallet with embedded server for local GPU solo mining with xpmclient.

Type "setgenerate true" in debug console for starting server.

Download xpmclient and configure it for localhost or 127.0.0.1.

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Sources of Datacoin-hp14 wallet:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9EpO65pdadS3c3SVlhaXBiR1k

Sources of Datacoin wallet with embedded server fow xpmclient:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9EpO65pdadY3dLOXp1NVFNSWc

These sources include last patches from primecoin and QT 5. These also include patches for working with last versions of some libraries (f.e. czmq lib).

They are successfully compiled in windows. But I believe they can be compiled (with some minor patches of makefile) on other systems.

Getdata works without problems.
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I plan to publish a short tutorial on Steemit soon, here is a rough draft  Smiley

Datacoin - How to Etch an IBM PCx86 simulator to the Blockchain

Windows Tutorial

1. Go to the new Datacoin annoucement thread and download the latest client.

2. Wait for the wallet to sync then browse to Apertus.io and download Apertus 0.3.11

3. Once Apertus is installed it will need to be configured to work with your Datacoin wallet.

4. Click Help, then select Info and follow the instructions to complete Apertus configuration

5. Browse to https://www.pcjs.org/apps/pcx86/examples/ and download examples.zip.
   Extract all files then create a new folder called ibmjs
   From the examples folder copy the following files into ibmjs directory
   1981-04-24.json
   components.css
   components.xsl
   example1.xml
   ibm-basic-1.00.json
   ibm-mda-cga.json
   example1.html
   pcx86.js

   Rename example1.html to index.html

6. At this point you should have already setup an Account, Profile and Signature, select attach
   and locate the ibmjs folder, hold down ctrl + a to highlight all files then select ok.

7. Click Etch to publish simulator to the Datacoin Blockchain. Note: This may take up to hour
   to complete.   
   
8. On completion your IBM simulator will appear in the main search window. If you receive an
   'access denied' error proceed to step 9. 
   
9. Download Micrsoft Edge and set it as your default browser.
   Select a blank area of the search window and click create shortcut.

10. Open the shortcut, your simulator should now run inside of the Edge browser.


Working example
https://imgur.com/a/7DfeN
RootID - 6bf7c945623b1571571369769285dd350832703b880fa6978cdfd08db77398d8

Datacoin thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.0


PCjs © 2012-2017 by Jeff Parsons (@jeffpar)
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Good morning,
Just tried this link page 1

Pool Miner
https://github.com/rdebourbon/jhPrimeminer

The mega file is no longer available.
Any chance of a windows binary please.

Also, is there a solo miner for this yet please?

Thanks
J

My miner is a solo CPU miner - I did send a private message for the O.P to be updated - but this hasn't been done yet. To give a rough idea of performance my old Xeon L5340 server is mining roughly 2 blocks a day at the moment while also acting as a file / media server.

What version of windows and what CPU do you have and I'll put a fresh binary build up Smiley

Basically I just need to know if its 64bit (if not why not Tongue) and if your CPU is SSE4/AVX/AVX2.

I've got a few planned updates to the CPU miner - which should make it quite a bit faster.. My proof of concept in .Net currently sieves at almost the same speed as the previous C++ code I had on Github - so watch this space Smiley 

Thanks

XPM:AUwKMCYCacE6Jq1rsLcSEHSNiohHVVSiWv LTC:LV7VHT3oGWQzG9EKjvSXd3eokgNXj6ciFE BTC:1Fph7y622HJ5Cwq4bkzfeZXWep2Jyi5kp7
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Found a nifty cryptocurrency search engine while idling in ##altcoins and right now it doesn't look like they've heard of Datacoin.
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Hi Team!


More Mining Pools.

MarcusDE's dedication to Datacoin cannot be denied considering he's kept a mining pool going for years despite Datacoin usage doldrums that killed off everyone else.... A massive ongoing thank you to him.

That being said, it's key we get more.

I think I need not give a cypherpunk blockchain 101 decentralization lesson to make my point . . .

We all know.

Hope some can take up the noble cause!


Kind Regards,
The AtomSea
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Good news!
i have confirmed the issue with Apertus not being able to build remote variable data transactions is because gettransaction was implemented instead of getrawtransaction.
i am fixing this in code now.  Hugpuddle should be releasing an Apertus.io fix that allows full variable storage and remote retrieval within a week.

you can still test this feature as it does currently rebuild anything you etch to your local wallet using variable storage.  go ahead and try DTC-V out. it is 100X faster and is also cheaper than using generic DTC storage.  both methods are setup by default in Apertus.io

we recommend that you store the file using variable DTC-V storage then link to the stored file using standard DTC keywords, signatures and profiles . The variable storage method doesn't offer the same tracking abilities as standard storage method and because of this it will be easy to misplace your etchings if you ever lose the transaction id.

PS: once this is resolved you will find a little something special just waiting to be discovered in variable storage at this transaction id:
6b47d5fa48c05ec4b6be220a67b1d61204e849bc965d6a6dd03dca91eecf4916

Wink

thanks for your time
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the pool dtc.graymines .net  seems not work now.
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Pool crashed, now is up and running ;-)

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https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz9EpO65pdadRW9LWnRQREJNYzA/view?usp=sharing

Datacoin wallet with embedded server for local GPU solo mining with xpmclient.

Type "setgenerate true" in debug console for starting server.

Download xpmclient and configure it for localhost or 127.0.0.1.



Hi there,

I downloaded and tried this, but it is missing several dlls.
I searched my pc, and found multiple different versions of the missing dlls, and so far have not found a combination which work.
Could you please give me the correct dlls?
LIBEAY32.dll
SSLEAY32.dll
zlib1.dll

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I downloaded and tried this, but it is missing several dlls.
I searched my pc, and found multiple different versions of the missing dlls, and so far have not found a combination which work.
Could you please give me the correct dlls?
LIBEAY32.dll
SSLEAY32.dll
zlib1.dll

Thanks


Sorry for that. I haven't tested these binaries on a new clean computer.

These dlls is general. In my case these are in the mingw distributive.

You can get dlls with following link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9EpO65pdadaktKRktzQVpvZzg

If you need more dlls I'll upload it.

Please, report on successful execution. Then I'll include these dlls in the wallet archives.
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I downloaded and tried this, but it is missing several dlls.
I searched my pc, and found multiple different versions of the missing dlls, and so far have not found a combination which work.
Could you please give me the correct dlls?
LIBEAY32.dll
SSLEAY32.dll
zlib1.dll

Thanks


Sorry for that. I haven't tested these binaries on a new clean computer.

These dlls is general. In my case these are in the mingw distributive.

You can get dlls with following link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9EpO65pdadaktKRktzQVpvZzg

If you need more dlls I'll upload it.

Please, report on successful execution. Then I'll include these dlls in the wallet archives.

Wow, quick response. Thankyou.

Ok, so dll's are great and allow wallet to run...but now..

getting stuck at "connecting to frontend: 127.0.0.1:222

So for completeness, i am using http://graymines.net/miners/datacoin/dtcclient_v10.1beta.zip
my config is
server = "127.0.0.1";
port = "2222";
rpcuser = "user";
rpcpassword = "password";
address = "DETJLA3XaUzUSm9yGRvoqjxMNMiN7dtopp";
name = "testing1";
platform = "nvidia";
onCrash = "0";
cpuload = "1";
target = "9";
sieveSize = "210";
weaveDepth = "65536";
width = "18";
windowSize = "8188";
devices =        ["1", "1"];
sieveprimorial = ["13", "13"];
sievePerRound = ["5", "5"];
corefreq =       ["-1", "-1"];
memfreq =        ["-1", "-1"];
powertune =      ["-1", "-1"];
fanspeed =       ["-1", "-1"];

and i have tried 2 .bats
xpmclient -o http://127.0.0.1:2222 -u user -p password
xpmclient -u user -p password -w DETJLA3XaUzUSm9yGRvoqjxMNMiN7dtopp

both get stick at same point for hours...Sad
Any ideas please?

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very interesting , but a little difficult for me,  still learn how to participate this project !
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Ok, so dll's are great and allow wallet to run...

Great


but now..

getting stuck at "connecting to frontend: 127.0.0.1:222

So for completeness, i am using http://graymines.net/miners/datacoin/dtcclient_v10.1beta.zip


You need to use port=6666. It is by default.

I have uploaded the xpmclient with a working sample config on https://yadi.sk/d/gFMn5wDw3Nnven

I have updated all the archives and moved them there also.
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CPU high performance version of datacoin wallet with some last patches from primecoin and QT.
Windows binaries https://yadi.sk/d/CU8Jjcef3Nnv6C
Sources https://yadi.sk/d/kysBlTWL3Nnv7q

For solo mining type in debug console: setgenerate true -1
For mining stats type: getmininginfo

Datacoin wallet with embedded server for local GPU solo mining with xpmclient.
Windows binaries https://yadi.sk/d/6YbILBAN3NnvRn
Sources https://yadi.sk/d/2ju1_54n3NnvUF
Xpmclient https://yadi.sk/d/gFMn5wDw3Nnven

For starting server type in debug console: setgenerate true
Download xpmclient and configure it for localhost or 127.0.0.1.
You can use server and client at different devices. You need to set "host=YOUR_IP_ADDRESS" in datacoin.conf for it.



It sends 1% of mined datacoins for donation. It can be changed in command line.

These sources include last patches from primecoin and QT 5. These also include patches for working with last versions of some libraries (f.e. czmq lib).

They are successfully compiled in Windows. But I believe they can be compiled (with some minor patches of makefile) on other systems.

Getdata works without problems.
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and i have tried 2 .bats
xpmclient -o http://127.0.0.1:2222 -u user -p password
xpmclient -u user -p password -w DETJLA3XaUzUSm9yGRvoqjxMNMiN7dtopp

both get stick at same point for hours...Sad
Any ideas please?



You don't need to use command line parameters. The config file is enought.
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#Note this is a draft copy, improved version coming soon to Steemit

Datacoin - How to Etch an IBM PCx86 simulator to the Blockchain Pt 2 (Applications)


Windows Tutorial

Continuing from the previous guide your simulator should be up and running, it's now time to add some software using the links feature
included with Apertus. Links allow you to use previously etched content stored in the Apertus root index.
The following tutorial will demonstrate how to add a copy of VisiCalc, a trailblazing spreadsheet program
released for the Apple II in the late 1970's. More information on VisiCalc is available below.


1. Create a new folder called ibmapps and add the following files from your ibmjs directory

  index.html
  PCDOSS100.json
  visicalc.json
  components.css
  components.xsl
  example.xml
 
 

2. In your ibmapps folder, open example1.xml in notepad, scroll across and add in the following before line <chipset id..

<fdc id="fdcNEC" autoMount='{A: {name: "PC-DOS 1.00", path: "PCDOS100.json"}, B: {name: "VisiCalc", path: "visicalc.json"}}'/>

This line adds the floppy disk driver component and software VisiCalc

3. You may have noticed that we didn't copy accross a few of the files from the ibmjs folder, we will be using previously eteched
copies which will help us reduce the overall publishing cost.
Soon you be able to work out those savings in VisiCalc Wink


4. Go to your main Apertus directory and open the root folder. Unless you have etched multiple times you should have only one folder
listed if not open each folder until you find the content from the previous tutorial. Click on the folder containing your files and
highlight the long string, select copy. This is the transactoinid that you will be inserting into your new files to create the link.

5. Edit example1.xml in notepad, scroll across until you find an entry for ibm-basic.1.00.json, add / then the transactionid
i.e
6bf7c945623b1571571369769285dd350832703b880fa6978cdfd08db77398d8/ibm-basic-1.00.json

Repeat for
ibm.mda-cga.json
1981-04-24.json



Edit index.html, scroll across until you find an entry for pcx86.js again add / then the transactionid

Save both files.

6. Launch your Datacoin wallet and wait for it to fully sync then open Apertus.

7. You should already have a profile setup from the previous tutorial. Select your settings then
click attach and browse to your ibmapps folder. Select all files using ctrl + a and hit ok.
Providing you have enough DTC in your wallet to complete the transaction, click etch to publish your simulation to
the blockchain.

8. On startup it will display the dos command line, to run VisiCalc simply enter B:vc (no /)




Working example
https://imgur.com/a/RWPon

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VisiCalc
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VisiCalc
http://toastytech.com/manuals/VisiCalc%201.1.pdf


Datacoin thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.0


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and i have tried 2 .bats
xpmclient -o http://127.0.0.1:2222 -u user -p password
xpmclient -u user -p password -w DETJLA3XaUzUSm9yGRvoqjxMNMiN7dtopp

both get stick at same point for hours...Sad
Any ideas please?



You don't need to use command line parameters. The config file is enought.

Thankyou for all your assistance today.
All working, and FIRST block finally found.
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Found a nifty cryptocurrency search engine while idling in ##altcoins and right now it doesn't look like they've heard of Datacoin.

Randolf Richardson <randolf@inter-corporate.com>
   
6:23 PM (58 minutes ago)
   
to me
You're right, and we've just added DTC (Datacoin) to the database.

Thank you for the information -- we're always happy to receive
information about currencies that we've missed so that we can make
sure that they're included, and we very much appreciate that you've
taken the time to share this information with us.

We feel that including more currencies in the Currency Root database
is beneficial to the entire cryptographic currency industry, which is
why we're glad you've provided us with this information.  At this
piont the Currency Root web site is still new, but we do have plans
to add individual pages for every currency in the near future that
provides more information than what you currently see listed.  If you
would like, I'd be happy to let you know once the separate page for
DTC is functional (all currency pages will be ready at that time).

> You missed Datacoin.
> Twitter:  www.twitter.com/DatacoinX
> Exchange:  https://btcpop.co
> Bitcointalk:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.0

Randolf Richardson - randolf@inter-corporate.com
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Beautiful British Columbia, Canada
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#Note this is a draft copy, improved version coming soon to Steemit

Datacoin - How to Etch an IBM PCx86 simulator to the Blockchain Pt 2 (Applications)

Windows Tutorial

Continuing from the previous guide your simulator should be up and running, it's now time to add some software using the links feature
included with Apertus. Links allow you to use previously etched content stored in the Apertus root index.
The following tutorial will demonstrate how to add a copy of VisiCalc, a trailblazing spreadsheet program
released for the Apple II in the late 1970's. More information on VisiCalc is available below.
...

Holy crap! Amazing work dtc2017!!!
To say I'm exxcited by this is a huge understatement.
We love that so many see what can be done with a properly running decentralized cypherpunk blockchain in conjunction with the right tools.
It's extremely gratifying with extra joyness Cheesy


That said -- we want to help the Datacoin eco-system:

We at HugPuddle are willing pay for another blockchain explorer (send me the BTC address for CryptoID payment, if you cats want to roll with them).

Also, we will pay a bounty to anyone that gets a second Datacoin mining pool going.

In addition, let us know how else we can be of service to aid in making the Datacoin eco-system stronger Smiley

Decentralize all the Things!

Kind Regards,
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dtc2017 do you mind if I copy some of your posts to a Apertus discussion thread I am setting up on datacoin testnet?
I'm Starting a #rDatacoin thread. Apertus.io users will only need search for #rDatacoin on the datacoin testnet to build and read the thread.

please consider posting to the thread yourself just type #rDatacoin somewhere in your message and verify that the
#Keywords option is enabled in the options panel before etching and your message will be included in the thread.

Also: disabling the filter option in this same panel would let you build your examples without using a signature but be careful not to turn on real time monitoring with filtering disabled or building a transaction from an unknown trusted source as it will not be filtered.

Thanks for your energy. We are excited to see people experimenting with decentralized code release and execution.

PS: I've done more research on the access denied issue you are receiving.. this may be a limitation of the .net web control we have wrapped into Apertus.  It has some security and JavaScript limitations. We hope to overcome this hurdle as part of our next development cycle which begins oct 23.
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Miner plz correct your config (dtc.graymines.net pool)

ERROR: invalid address for share: AQfederVM8TiCTPa8FpSUfJnEn6VqXj5Dm
ERROR: invalid address for share: AQfederVM8TiCTPa8FpSUfJnEn6VqXj5Dm

You should use DTC address.

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Hi Team!


More Mining Pools.

MarcusDE's dedication to Datacoin cannot be denied considering he's kept a mining pool going for years despite Datacoin usage doldrums that killed off everyone else.... A massive ongoing thank you to him.

That being said, it's key we get more.

I think I need not give a cypherpunk blockchain 101 decentralization lesson to make my point . . .

We all know.

Hope some can take up the noble cause!


Kind Regards,
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Storing data in network on whole planet where no force can get us all to destroy that data is simply freedom!
In world where all try to tell you what you can and what you can't do.
I'm happy I can help with that :-)

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dtc2017 do you mind if I copy some of your posts to a Apertus discussion thread I am setting up on datacoin testnet?
I'm Starting a #rDatacoin thread. Apertus.io users will only need search for #rDatacoin on the datacoin testnet to build and read the thread.

please consider posting to the thread yourself just type #rDatacoin somewhere in your message and verify that the
#Keywords option is enabled in the options panel before etching and your message will be included in the thread.

Also: disabling the filter option in this same panel would let you build your examples without using a signature but be careful not to turn on real time monitoring with filtering disabled or building a transaction from an unknown trusted source as it will not be filtered.

Thanks for your energy. We are excited to see people experimenting with decentralized code release and execution.

PS: I've done more research on the access denied issue you are receiving.. this may be a limitation of the .net web control we have wrapped into Apertus.  It has some security and JavaScript limitations. We hope to overcome this hurdle as part of our next development cycle which begins oct 23.

Not a problem that is quite a neat idea, thanks for supporting Datacoin on Apertus it adds so much value to this project and is a cinch to use.
I encourage other members on this forum to try it out if you have not already done so.  Also special thanks to Atomsea for helping us out with
a new block explorer - mucho apreciado

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New Korean Thread
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i etched the first #rDatacoin post on datacoin production net last night detailing the substantial cost savings obtained by using DTC-V instead of DTC.  unfortunately the post is on DTC-V and there is an Apertus bug preventing external wallets from rebuilding it.  we hope to have this bug resolved shortly.  Until then we have pushed the etching out onto bitfossil so it can be read by others.  here is the forum post.

http://bitfossil.com/e02dbd6c1b95b4eb84aac6bf1ec7a1bae6c537d80f53aeadbe676c47f462678f/index.htm

consider adding your voice to the thread by using the case sensitive #rDatacoin keyword in your etchings.  consider using the datacoin testnet for discussions that do not need to persist.

Here is a video explaining some of the social media features that Apertus.io enables on most blockchains.

https://youtu.be/ItYf4G1yPYo

thanks for your time
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Hi Team,

Am I seeing blocks that are substantially under 60 seconds here (contrary to what we advertise) ?



(image from http://www.bitFossil.org -- specifically this etching -- http://www.bitfossil.org/ab6d565b4870cf08e7eeca820567dbd85967352eafb16ade1d440fe462947985/index.htm -- screen capture from https://dtc.graymines.net)

Let me know! Smiley

Kind Regards,
AtomSea

BTW, on pool times are timestamps when share/block were saved into DB, that can be different from exact block time.

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Am I seeing blocks that are substantially under 60 seconds here (contrary to what we advertise) ?

That perception is reinforced by what I'm seeing on the Datacoin ACME: http://tessier.bel-epa.com:5059 (select Blocks->Browse the recent blockchain to see intervals for the last 100 blocks)

(Apologies for the unconscionable length of time it's taking me to get round to polishing up/finishing off the Datacoin ACME. Once again, I've taken on far too much and am having to plough through it.)

Cheers

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Team, I just noticed a limitation with datacoin and Apertus.io.  the version I am using v0.1.2.0dtc-hp11-unk-beta  does not support the importaddress RPC call that was introduced with bitcoin 0.10.x  because of this datacoin will not support several of the Apertus.io social media like functions that other blockchains are able to use.
the importaddress call is used to implement hash tag keywords, Proof of ownership searching, following profiles  and decentralized voting.  none of these features will work properly on datacoin unless the importaddress RPC call is implemented.  my previous comments about starting a #rDatacoin thread on datacoin is not possible at this time.  you can still use the #rDatacoin keyword and other keywords in your etching but nobody will be able to search for them unless importaddress() is supported.

Thanks for your time.
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it will be great if there are more exchanges for dtc
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it will be great if there are more exchanges for dtc

Datacoin was approved to be listed on HitBTC, it was frightfully expensive so we didn't proceed
We are on a maby list at Kraken
There is currently an application in with Bit-Z
Recently I have sent out applications to a few Japanese/Korean exchanges, not expecting a reply back for awhile
considering how busy they are with influx of new users.

Active development will get Datacoin on the exchanges, sure you can buy your way in but it's only a matter of time before
your coin is on that delisting/low volume notice.




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Team, I just noticed a limitation with datacoin and Apertus.io.  the version I am using v0.1.2.0dtc-hp11-unk-beta  does not support the importaddress RPC call that was introduced with bitcoin 0.10.x  because of this datacoin will not support several of the Apertus.io social media like functions that other blockchains are able to use.
the importaddress call is used to implement hash tag keywords, Proof of ownership searching, following profiles  and decentralized voting.  none of these features will work properly on datacoin unless the importaddress RPC call is implemented.  my previous comments about starting a #rDatacoin thread on datacoin is not possible at this time.  you can still use the #rDatacoin keyword and other keywords in your etching but nobody will be able to search for them unless importaddress() is supported.

Thanks for your time.
embii

This is critical.  Currently we are testing Datacoin 0.8.6 and will upgrade to 0.10.x in time.

-extro

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What's the most active branch/fork of the DTC repo?

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What's the most active branch/fork of the DTC repo?

Chicago's branch is the furthest in terms of development.  https://github.com/CoiningPress/datacoin
Currently for testing as Datacoin 0.8.6.

Graham's branch is the reference client.  https://github.com/gjhiggins/datacoin


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Team, I just noticed a limitation with datacoin and Apertus.io.  the version I am using v0.1.2.0dtc-hp11-unk-beta  does not support the importaddress RPC call that was introduced with bitcoin 0.10.x 
This is critical.  Currently we are testing Datacoin 0.8.6 and will upgrade to 0.10.x in time.

There is a backport to 0.8.6 which might ease things in the interim: https://github.com/litecoin-project/bitcoinomg/commit/a946dcdb2a1db076e974fe58bed6a47d97000b1f

Cheers

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What's the most active branch/fork of the DTC repo?

Chicago's branch is the furthest in terms of development.  https://github.com/CoiningPress/datacoin
Currently for testing as Datacoin 0.8.6.


Wow those are some clean commits, me gusta.

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[APERTUS UPDATE]

Good news! HugPuddle.org is currently testing a fix for the bug that was preventing it from rebuilding variable storage etchings stored in a remote wallet.
We will be testing it's functionality soon by archiving a message in a wallet located in Moorhead MN and rebuilding the message via transaction ID in a remote wallet located in Long Beach CA. if it works as expected we will release the fix in v0.3.12-beta and make it available for download at Apertus.io shortly.

PS: If you are experimenting with DTC-V (Datacoin Variable Storage) you may begin to see your etchings show up on the bitfossil.org real time indexer later in the evening as we deploy the fix.

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[APERTUS UPDATE]

Good news! HugPuddle.org is currently testing a fix for the bug that was preventing it from rebuilding variable storage etchings stored in a remote wallet.
We will be testing it's functionality soon by archiving a message in a wallet located in Moorhead MN and rebuilding the message via transaction ID in a remote wallet located in Long Beach CA. if it works as expected we will release the fix in v0.3.12-beta and make it available for download at Apertus.io shortly.

PS: If you are experimenting with DTC-V (Datacoin Variable Storage) you may begin to see your etchings show up on the bitfossil.org real time indexer later in the evening as we deploy the fix.

Thanks for your time.

Hi Team,

Tests successful:

"One small step for a block... one giant leap for blockchain"
http://bitfossil.org/8587d9f36e8d62202147921a8f0039a9bbcdd75abc11d2b797cf4ce307e8397c/index.htm

"Datacoin native field etch test on a non HugPuddle network machine to see if a HugPuddle networked machine pics up the Datacoin native field etching"
http://bitfossil.org/2a9e4d8c76a5fed92e3f9c6de7aec98a273751cb9c0dd6b71d385cbe3cd9bd38/index.htm

Native Datacoin variable field in full usage by Apertus, and completely viewable on bitFossil.org

Onwards and upwards.

The AtomSea

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Team, I just noticed a limitation with datacoin and Apertus.io.  the version I am using v0.1.2.0dtc-hp11-unk-beta  does not support the importaddress RPC call that was introduced with bitcoin 0.10.x 
This is critical.  Currently we are testing Datacoin 0.8.6 and will upgrade to 0.10.x in time.
There is a backport to 0.8.6 which might ease things in the interim: https://github.com/litecoin-project/bitcoinomg/commit/a946dcdb2a1db076e974fe58bed6a47d97000b1f

Hello,

    Additionally, here is a reference to the original watch-only-addresses commit in Bitcoin Core.

Best Regards,
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Additionally, here is a reference to the original watch-only-addresses commit in Bitcoin Core.

A backport to Slimcoin didn't work so well - imported addresses not excluded from staking calcs, more work required. That shouldn't be an issue for Datacoin, though. There were some GUI infelicities which do seem to have been addressed in  this commit for Dogecoin (Core 0.9, I think) -  https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin/commit/5ca5fb179e3ac873c9fe547b6bac68bdab87c0c7

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There were some GUI infelicities which do seem to have been addressed in  this commit for Dogecoin (Core 0.9, I think) -  https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin/commit/5ca5fb179e3ac873c9fe547b6bac68bdab87c0c7

Hi Graham,

    It didn't go so well on my first pass either.
    Maybe if we omit any of the src/qt{/*.cpp, /*.h} changes and just shunt it into the RPC core?

    It got derailed from an easy integration while looking at the src/qt/walletmodel.cpp changes and ours has no WalletModel::getOutputs to patch.

Best Regards,
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   Maybe if we omit any of the src/qt{/*.cpp, /*.h} changes and just shunt it into the RPC core?

That might work but I have a nasty suspicion that watch-address txs will still turn up in the GUI unless explicitly filtered out. It did actually work for Slimcoin but I absent-mindedly imported Slimcoin's burn address and that promptly brought the client to a standstill while it futilely calculated the staking weight of 000s of txs for which it didn't have a privkey, sigh. There was an earlier PR (https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/2861) for the same feature, I found the discussion quite illuminating - the inclusion of pubkey-only addresses also has implications for a buncha other RPC commands and whilst the current focus is on Apertus' specialised and limited use case, in other broader use-case contexts, consequences for users need to be understood in detail - such as importing an address (pubkey) and subsequently, at a later date, importing the corresponding privkey and then (not unreasonably) expecting to be able to spend from what was previously a watch-only address but is now expected to be an “ordinary” address.

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[APERTUS UPDATE]

Good news! HugPuddle.org is currently testing a fix for the bug that was preventing it from rebuilding variable storage etchings stored in a remote wallet.
We will be testing it's functionality soon by archiving a message in a wallet located in Moorhead MN and rebuilding the message via transaction ID in a remote wallet located in Long Beach CA. if it works as expected we will release the fix in v0.3.12-beta and make it available for download at Apertus.io shortly.

PS: If you are experimenting with DTC-V (Datacoin Variable Storage) you may begin to see your etchings show up on the bitfossil.org real time indexer later in the evening as we deploy the fix.

Thanks for your time.

Hi Team,

Tests successful:

"One small step for a block... one giant leap for blockchain"
http://bitfossil.org/8587d9f36e8d62202147921a8f0039a9bbcdd75abc11d2b797cf4ce307e8397c/index.htm

"Datacoin native field etch test on a non HugPuddle network machine to see if a HugPuddle networked machine pics up the Datacoin native field etching"
http://bitfossil.org/2a9e4d8c76a5fed92e3f9c6de7aec98a273751cb9c0dd6b71d385cbe3cd9bd38/index.htm

Native Datacoin variable field in full usage by Apertus, and completely viewable on bitFossil.org

Onwards and upwards.

The AtomSea



Lovely, lovely.  One problem sorted out thanks to Veronium and your goodselves.

I must say I am very excited about the Twitter/Snapchat clones you have on testnet.  I know Graham and Chicago will have the importaddress RPC call sorted out.

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just released Apertus v0.3.12-beta.

you can download it from http://apertus.io or directly from github at https://github.com/HugPuddle/Apertus/releases

RELEASE NOTES:

Feature: Drop down list to select amount of search results
Feature: Persist Monitor settings and start automatically on load
Fix: implementing gettransaction instead of getrawtransaction in datacoin native support was preventing stored items from being viewed in a remote wallet.
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Recently,pretty much project required you to hold coins long term since they usually don't have working platforms to show in the beginning.

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Recognised the logo on the Reddit post. Good luck with the re-launch.

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If anyone needs Datacoin for development and/or experimental purposes, hit me up, l'll send you some


Hi Everyone,

Just a reminder -- we have Datacoin available for free Smiley
We also have Datacoin Testnet coins too.
Just shoot me an addy!

You can also get Datacoin at BTCPOP.CO as well.

Kind Regards,
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If anyone needs Datacoin for development and/or experimental purposes, hit me up, l'll send you some


Hi Everyone,

Just a reminder -- we have Datacoin available for free Smiley
We also have Datacoin Testnet coins too.
Just shoot me an addy!

You can also get Datacoin at BTCPOP.CO as well.

Kind Regards,
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I just etched a high resolution 50MB image on datacoin testnet variable storage (DTC-TV) from my home in Long Beach CA.  

The bitfossil realtime indexer picked it up in good ole moorhead MN and rebuilt it without issue. <3
http://bitfossil.com/42c76b00c883983adc48a21ed305ee5b0105aeb5844067c5db48cbc0385120b6/index.htm

This is now the largest file etched with http://Apertus.io that i am aware of. Cheesy <3

The cost appears to be about 4.55 DTC per 90K  at a pretty consistent rate of around 250K per minute  Cheesy
It took  3 hrs and 25 minutes to complete.

I was seeing a lot of unconfirmed ? transactions but they appear to eventually clean themselves up.  

Thanks for your time.
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I just etched a high resolution 50MB image on datacoin testnet variable storage (DTC-TV) from my home in Long Beach CA.  

The bitfossil realtime indexer picked it up in good ole moorhead MN and rebuilt it without issue. <3
http://bitfossil.com/42c76b00c883983adc48a21ed305ee5b0105aeb5844067c5db48cbc0385120b6/index.htm

This is now the largest file etched with http://Apertus.io that i am aware of. Cheesy <3

The cost appears to be about 4.55 DTC per 90K  at a pretty consistent rate of around 250K per minute  Cheesy
It took  3 hrs and 25 minutes to complete.

I was seeing a lot of unconfirmed ? transactions but they appear to eventually clean themselves up.  

Thanks for your time.


That's awesome embii, this puts my dos emulators and 20k game of Snake to shame Smiley
I have had a go at streaming copyright free films using the TorrentTime plugin,

I can etch and run the player without issue but for some reason the player can't find any sources after I
have added in the magnetlink. It's something I need to spend more time on.


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I just etched a high resolution 50MB image on datacoin testnet variable storage (DTC-TV) from my home in Long Beach CA.  

The bitfossil realtime indexer picked it up in good ole moorhead MN and rebuilt it without issue. <3
http://bitfossil.com/42c76b00c883983adc48a21ed305ee5b0105aeb5844067c5db48cbc0385120b6/index.htm

This is now the largest file etched with http://Apertus.io that i am aware of. Cheesy <3

The cost appears to be about 4.55 DTC per 90K  at a pretty consistent rate of around 250K per minute  Cheesy
It took  3 hrs and 25 minutes to complete.

I was seeing a lot of unconfirmed ? transactions but they appear to eventually clean themselves up.  

Thanks for your time.


That's awesome embii, this puts my dos emulators and 20k game of Snake to shame Smiley
I have had a go at streaming copyright free films using the TorrentTime plugin,

I can etch and run the player without issue but for some reason the player can't find any sources after I
have added in the magnetlink. It's something I need to spend more time on.




whoa whoa whoooooa...
hold on.

"game of Snake" ?!?!?

on Datacoin?

Where is this? And how do I play?!?

Kinda exxcited,
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I just etched a high resolution 50MB image on datacoin testnet variable storage (DTC-TV) from my home in Long Beach CA.  

The bitfossil realtime indexer picked it up in good ole moorhead MN and rebuilt it without issue. <3
http://bitfossil.com/42c76b00c883983adc48a21ed305ee5b0105aeb5844067c5db48cbc0385120b6/index.htm

This is now the largest file etched with http://Apertus.io that i am aware of. Cheesy <3

The cost appears to be about 4.55 DTC per 90K  at a pretty consistent rate of around 250K per minute  Cheesy
It took  3 hrs and 25 minutes to complete.

I was seeing a lot of unconfirmed ? transactions but they appear to eventually clean themselves up.  

Thanks for your time.


90Kb for 4.55DTC? That's quite cheap, I think.

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I just etched a high resolution 50MB image on datacoin testnet variable storage (DTC-TV) from my home in Long Beach CA. 

The bitfossil realtime indexer picked it up in good ole moorhead MN and rebuilt it without issue. <3
http://bitfossil.com/42c76b00c883983adc48a21ed305ee5b0105aeb5844067c5db48cbc0385120b6/index.htm

This is now the largest file etched with http://Apertus.io that i am aware of. Cheesy <3

The cost appears to be about 4.55 DTC per 90K  at a pretty consistent rate of around 250K per minute  Cheesy
It took  3 hrs and 25 minutes to complete.

I was seeing a lot of unconfirmed ? transactions but they appear to eventually clean themselves up. 

Thanks for your time.


That's awesome embii, this puts my dos emulators and 20k game of Snake to shame Smiley
I have had a go at streaming copyright free films using the TorrentTime plugin,

I can etch and run the player without issue but for some reason the player can't find any sources after I
have added in the magnetlink. It's something I need to spend more time on.




whoa whoa whoooooa...
hold on.

"game of Snake" ?!?!?

on Datacoin?

Where is this? And how do I play?!?

Kinda exxcited,
The AtomSea

Hey Atomsea,

Yeah etched snake awhile ago as I wanted to start a retro game archive, you would need dos box to play
Not sure of the transactionid, but it's definitely there anyone who downloads the datacoin chain gets a copy Smiley


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for me seeing that IBM PCx86 command prompt was really a dream come true.  seriously Cheesy
We have already put it out as an example on http://Apertus.io  <3
streaming video AHHHH!!!!  awesome.


excited to see the activity on this thread..
wow....it's really awesome how easy it is to mine testnet coins on datacoin even with a single cpu  
Just click Help / Debug Window / type     setgenerate true 1    / hit enter.

If you haven't setup a -testnet wallet before here is a quick video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxDSrYuzmyQ

Apertus uses testnets as temporary data stores.  anything you wouldn't want to persist forever you can store on a testnet like encrypted "persistent" chat sessions.  this data can been pruned at any time by the datacoin development community so test away.

If you make it onto the testnet you can download the source and official release of Apertus.io v0.3.12-beta here:

Source code:
53edf66dfba0bfe9efae8b1f756faeb1ed0c643764afd9ee7bbc16edcaed3a93

Official Release:
087a0ae85e337096c4e5c7fd7f37ce49643aa42b09952814853abad2eba73a02

I entered file proof hashes for each file.  once importaddress is implemented it can be used look up the details on any file that was stored with a hash. This is handy to determine if a file has come from a trusted source prior to executing it. here is a video showing how this works today

https://youtu.be/2eGQKq7dKeA


PS: i am using the following datacoin testnet signature to sign trusted Apertus content.
VUVaQcQUH6TeC91XNAvwirZbbd4hTXJ3h2

Thanks for your time.

 
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Happy Monday,

    This is new to me.  I'm seeing 40 connections on Mainnet and 6 connections on Testnet.

    31 of them are /Satoshi:0.8.3/
    5 of them are /Satoshi:0.8.6/ hp14 branch
    2 of them are /Datacoin:0.8.6/  v12
    2 of them are /Satoshi:0.8.5/

    7 of them are IPv6 accessible.

    Quite likely some of these counts are for dual-stack connected nodes where they're dialing out on both IPv4 and IPv6 such that two connections actually imply one physical node.

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Hi,

Here's my version list from today:

Code:
     2 /Datacoin.8.6/Datacoin.1.2(v0.8.6.0)/
     25 /Satoshi.8.3/
      1 /Satoshi.8.5/
      5 /Satoshi.8.6/Datacoin.1.2(v0.1.2.0dtc-hp14-gunk-beta)/

and for easy use for linux below is nice script I've made which makes eye-friendly output to file:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
echo "Generating nice peer version list to peers_ver.txt"
./datacoind-pool getpeerinfo | grep -w subver | sed 's/\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \"subver\"\ \:\ \"//' | sed 's~:[[:digit:]]\+~~g' | sed s'/\"\,//' | sort | uniq --count > peers_ver.txt
echo "Done"

btw, I only have IPv4 allowed.

MM

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for me seeing that IBM PCx86 command prompt was really a dream come true.  seriously Cheesy
We have already put it out as an example on http://Apertus.io  <3
streaming video AHHHH!!!!  awesome.


excited to see the activity on this thread..
wow....it's really awesome how easy it is to mine testnet coins on datacoin even with a single cpu  
Just click Help / Debug Window / type     setgenerate true 1    / hit enter.

If you haven't setup a -testnet wallet before here is a quick video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxDSrYuzmyQ

Apertus uses testnets as temporary data stores.  anything you wouldn't want to persist forever you can store on a testnet like encrypted "persistent" chat sessions.  this data can been pruned at any time by the datacoin development community so test away.
 


Awesome, you have also reminded me to update my client I have been using 0.3.11
I really want to get streaming torrents working, searching for another plugin atm, torrentstime
is too insecure it needs root to run on osx.

If anyone wants to follow me on twitter, here is another account for
datacoin updates - @dtc20017

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If anyone needs Datacoin for development and/or experimental purposes, hit me up, l'll send you some


Hi Everyone,

Just a reminder -- we have Datacoin available for free Smiley
We also have Datacoin Testnet coins too.
Just shoot me an addy!

You can also get Datacoin at BTCPOP.CO as well.

Kind Regards,
The AtomSea

What's the easiest way to get a Datacoin wallet these days? I used to mine this back in the day in 2014 so it's cool to see a re-launch. Very cool!
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Hello Everipedia,

What's the easiest way to get a Datacoin wallet these days? I used to mine this back in the day in 2014 so it's cool to see a re-launch. Very cool!

    There are some recently compiled binaries and source code on GitHub available from more than one contributor to this project.
    You can try the binaries I built from github.com/coiningpress if you'd like.

    Any feedback about the wallet, positive or negative will be appreciated.
    Its still in "testing" since not too many people are using it.

Best Regards,
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New Korean Thread
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That is amazing.  Do you speak Korean or use a translator?

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That is amazing.  Do you speak Korean or use a translator?


Thanks, I used an online translator
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[UPDATE] Apertus v0.3.13-beta has been released on http://Apertus.io

I Found a bug that was preventing data archived using the DTC method from properly linking to data archived using the DTC-V native method. 

I also disabled the profile creation ability if a variable coin type has been selected. a profile can be used but not created in variable storage.

HINT: Consider storing your profile image using variable storage first and then browsing through the Apertus root to look for the image you just stored when setting up your new profile image.  Apertus will see that the file you selected already exists in the master root and will add a shortcut to the image in your profile instead of re-etching the whole image again.  this will give you the cost savings benefit of datacoin variable storage while keeping the profile and tracking benefits of the generic storage type.

Thanks for your time.

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Lovely, lovely.

I was thinking, with English, Chinese, Spanish and Arabic you cover basically the whole planet.  Not that I want to give you work..... Grin

Mind you, I have noticed (and cultivated) a lot of Spanish and Arabic speakers on the DatacoinX Twitter and Facebook pages.

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Lovely, lovely.

I was thinking, with English, Chinese, Spanish and Arabic you cover basically the whole planet.  Not that I want to give you work..... Grin

Mind you, I have noticed (and cultivated) a lot of Spanish and Arabic speakers on the DatacoinX Twitter and Facebook pages.


Well it seems anything is possible with Google translate, here is German and Spanish

German | https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2312993.0
Spanish | https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2312924.0

Looking at the stats the Arabic area is a bit quiet, so I'll leave that one out for now.
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Beautiful.

I get a lot of Arabic on Twitter and Facebook, but I can feel that a lot is lost in translation.  Lol.

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So we now have...

Korean - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2278875.0
Chinese - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2310462.0
German - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2312993.0 (removed - German only)
Spanish - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2312924.0

For anymore local group suggestions, feel free to send me a PM

Thanks

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#Note this is a draft copy, improved version coming soon to Steemit

Datacoin - How to Etch an IBM PCx86 simulator to the Blockchain Pt 2 (Applications)


Windows Tutorial

Continuing from the previous guide your simulator should be up and running, it's now time to add some software using the links feature
included with Apertus. Links allow you to use previously etched content stored in the Apertus root index.
The following tutorial will demonstrate how to add a copy of VisiCalc, a trailblazing spreadsheet program
released for the Apple II in the late 1970's. More information on VisiCalc is available below.


1. Create a new folder called ibmapps and add the following files from your ibmjs directory

  index.html
  PCDOSS100.json
  visicalc.json
  components.css
  components.xsl
  example.xml
 
 

2. In your ibmapps folder, open example1.xml in notepad, scroll across and add in the following before line <chipset id..

<fdc id="fdcNEC" autoMount='{A: {name: "PC-DOS 1.00", path: "PCDOS100.json"}, B: {name: "VisiCalc", path: "visicalc.json"}}'/>

This line adds the floppy disk driver component and software VisiCalc

3. You may have noticed that we didn't copy accross a few of the files from the ibmjs folder, we will be using previously eteched
copies which will help us reduce the overall publishing cost.
Soon you be able to work out those savings in VisiCalc Wink


4. Go to your main Apertus directory and open the root folder. Unless you have etched multiple times you should have only one folder
listed if not open each folder until you find the content from the previous tutorial. Click on the folder containing your files and
highlight the long string, select copy. This is the transactoinid that you will be inserting into your new files to create the link.

5. Edit example1.xml in notepad, scroll across until you find an entry for ibm-basic.1.00.json, add / then the transactionid
i.e
6bf7c945623b1571571369769285dd350832703b880fa6978cdfd08db77398d8/ibm-basic-1.00.json

Repeat for
ibm.mda-cga.json
1981-04-24.json



Edit index.html, scroll across until you find an entry for pcx86.js again add / then the transactionid

Save both files.

6. Launch your Datacoin wallet and wait for it to fully sync then open Apertus.

7. You should already have a profile setup from the previous tutorial. Select your settings then
click attach and browse to your ibmapps folder. Select all files using ctrl + a and hit ok.
Providing you have enough DTC in your wallet to complete the transaction, click etch to publish your simulation to
the blockchain.

8. On startup it will display the dos command line, to run VisiCalc simply enter B:vc (no /)




Working example
https://imgur.com/a/RWPon

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VisiCalc
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VisiCalc
http://toastytech.com/manuals/VisiCalc%201.1.pdf


Datacoin thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2188160.0


PCjs © 2012-2017 by Jeff Parsons (@jeffpar)
 



[UPDATE]  The brpwser embeded into http://apertus.io has security limitations that prevent some pages from working properly.  we were so excited to see this work using the shortcut method you worked out above that we decided to save you and everyone a few steps by recreating the same functionality within the browser.   in the lastest release of Apertus v0.3.15-beta, you will see a new button in the top left corner of the browser window. clicking it loads whatever you are currently browsing into your default web browser.

On my Windows surface the edge browser has to be setup as my default web browser to get your example to work.

Thanks for your time.
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Please give me more details about roadmap, whitepaper, block rewards, reward halving, algorithm, etc. Thanks dev, I will take a look at the project Datacoin

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Hi Embii,

Thanks for checking out the simulator tutorial and for providing this Apertus update.
I prefer chrome as my default browser so this new addition is much appreciated  Smiley

Cheers
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I am running a small ad campaign on Facebook for the next couple of days targeting cryptocurrency
users in the US & Australia. The image provided links back to our main announcement page.
Anyway will be interesting to see the stats when they come back


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I am running a small ad campaign on Facebook for the next couple of days targeting cryptocurrency
users in the US & Australia. The image provided links back to our main announcement page.
Anyway will be interesting to see the stats when they come back




dtc, IndiaMikeZulu are Australian crypto geeks. I don't hold Datacoin, but it's fine to see a community 'boot strapping' themselves -- I see you have 'no active markets' on Coinmarketcap. EDIT: but you have pop -- gonna have a look at that.

If we can be of small service, PM me -- we have a lot of experience with p2p markets.

Groestl: Fa9Fo3YL6PFgJ7fySNEYyVJ3CpVEpMNboY
DASH: XuENXsgRPWv91uv3mDikoGsTMbp1Dw41w3
BTC: 1Po2hV4i9U4TEwXwVfcuFnBmrhHX4vwYjc
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Demographic Results
Day 1

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So there was about 3 link clicks ? Wow, I thought there would be more

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So there was about 3 link clicks ? Wow, I thought there would be more


The image is only being displayed correctly on one of the display types, so I can
see why people would be reluctant to follow the link.
I am actually more disappointed in the reach figures shown
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What is the goal of capitalization of your project?

Our first goal now is just to get it listed on an exchange.  I have no idea what the market will do to the price.

You're on an exchange, extro: BTCpop. I signed up so I could have a look at it. EDIT: But an in-house p2p market would have a bunch of uses!

But from the PMs: I am absolutely superbusy out the wazoo (with another bootstrap project . . . ) But I recall this coin from its launch, and will pop in and watch events.

My Absolute Bottom Line: gotta have click-n-go wallets.

Groestl: Fa9Fo3YL6PFgJ7fySNEYyVJ3CpVEpMNboY
DASH: XuENXsgRPWv91uv3mDikoGsTMbp1Dw41w3
BTC: 1Po2hV4i9U4TEwXwVfcuFnBmrhHX4vwYjc
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IBM Hyperledger

I see IBM Hyperledger has an asset trading app called Marbles:   https://github.com/IBM-Blockchain/marbles.  
There is a video here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhB15Hi_Yok.

There is also a smart contract framework called Chaincode.

We don't have smart contracts and Asset Trading at the moment.  Seems that we could align Datacoin with the Hyperledger framework to quickly gain these capabilities.

Dtc2017 has done some preliminary investigations and believes it is doable.  Lets see how far we get.

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Seven trades today on BTCpop. All folks buying in.

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Hi Team,

We are currently syncing on CryptoID! Smiley

CryptoID is a block explorer, and more, for development and curiosity needz.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc/

Go Datacoin!

Kind Regards,
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Seven trades today on BTCpop. All folks buying in.

You just wait until everyone sees this fancy graphic  Cool



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Hi Team,

We are currently syncing on CryptoID! Smiley

CryptoID is a block explorer, and more, for development and curiosity needz.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc/

Go Datacoin!

Kind Regards,
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This is awesome thanks a bunch Atomsea and HugPuddle for organizing this, it's very needed

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We are currently syncing on CryptoID! Smiley

WELL DONE!
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Hi Team,

We are currently syncing on CryptoID! Smiley

CryptoID is a block explorer, and more, for development and curiosity needz.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc/

Go Datacoin!

Kind Regards,
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Thank you for the support!

Hope you are well loaded up with DTC for the day when the price rises!

-extro

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Hi Extro,

Here is a fork of the marbles demo
https://github.com/dtc20017/marbles

I am still setting up our blockchain as I want to share accesss across all interested team members rather that running it locally.
IBM Bluemix service offer free trial accounts but they don't include blockchain services and
charge around $1300 per peer. In the mean time we can use my Ubuntu server on google cloud.

I have already emailed IBM Blockchain support for some advice, still waiting to hear back.
Some good news - Hyperledger is definitely compatible with the Datacoin algo.

Also had a look at some of the other technologies under the Hyperledger Framework, Fabric has the most support from industry and is well documented so will stick with that unless you have any objections.

Kind Regards,

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A quick update:

I rediscovered Hyperledger composer, using the online testing environment I have been able to create 2 participant types and an asset and then transfer asset ownership from one user to another - all very simple.
then installed ubuntu 64bit and full composer, from the cli I then created a Datacoin test network again with 2 participants and an asset. This can now be published to a .bna file and deployed to a peer.

Integration
I am still working things out but what it seems we can do use the node.js process included with composer to expose the Datacoin test network as a rest api.
Then we can pull data from dtc network and convert that data into assets on the hyperledger network.
I'm still exploring the limits of the testing environment.

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dtc2017


This is very interesting and impressive work by DTC2017.  Datacoin lacks a Smart Contract environment and IBM/Linux Foundation Hyperledger seems to be a good solution.  I don't believe we have the resources to re-invent the wheel, especially as Hyperledger is agnostic w.r..t cryptocurrencies.

I have updated the OP with a link to a fork of the Marbles asset trading application created by IBM Hyperledger.

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A quick update:

I rediscovered Hyperledger composer, using the online testing environment I have been able to create 2 participant types and an asset and then transfer asset ownership from one user to another - all very simple.
then installed ubuntu 64bit and full composer, from the cli I then created a Datacoin test network again with 2 participants and an asset. This can now be published to a .bna file and deployed to a peer.

Integration
I am still working things out but what it seems we can do use the node.js process included with composer to expose the Datacoin test network as a rest api.
Then we can pull data from dtc network and convert that data into assets on the hyperledger network.
I'm still exploring the limits of the testing environment.

cheers
dtc2017


I have also been busy with Hyperledger Composer Web Playgound:   https://composer-playground.mybluemix.net.
Very nice.  You program your business onto the blockchain via smart contracts.  All is then collected into a .bna file which I presume is then deployed on a server.  Correct me if I am wrong.

So you say the Datacoins will be represented on Hyperledger via a REST API.  With constant communication to the Datacoin blockchain via a local Datacoin client?

-extro