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October 12, 2017, 10:25:31 AM
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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.

-extro

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October 12, 2017, 10:53:41 AM
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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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October 12, 2017, 11:02:59 AM
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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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October 12, 2017, 12:15:53 PM
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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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October 12, 2017, 03:18:34 PM
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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
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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

╔═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╗
║  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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October 12, 2017, 03:24:35 PM
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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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N=12 SIZE=8188 STRIPES=210 WIDTH=16 PCOUNT=65536 TARGET=8
GPU 0: has 3 CUs
GPU 0: primorial = 13082761331670030 (54 bits)
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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October 12, 2017, 03:27:30 PM
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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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October 12, 2017, 07:36:01 PM
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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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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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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]

Best Regards,
-Chicago
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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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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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