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August 15, 2018, 04:26:10 AM
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Hi Everyone!

We've been maintaining the Datacoin testnet, and will keep doing so!
We also keep GPUs on reserve if the mainnet ever needs defending, right now we are letting others mine it so they can fill their bags! lol

We're in this for the long haul.
We will help with infrastructure building.

Decentralized data is key for the world, and Datacoin is a great simple option for everyone.
Soon more will get it. In the meantime, we'll keep the light on!

If anyone wants testnet coin or mainnet coin, just let me know!!
(note the testnet may need tweaking, i'm the only one mining it, and it only confirms about every 5 minutes at best, not the 1 minute it should --- but it works! Test Away!!)

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DataSea and the HugPuddle team


Hmmm ...

We might be able to help in certain ways, especially in the form of mining and backend support. All that would be needed is a GPU miner source that ACTUALLY compiles in Fedora 27 x64, or at least help in resolving any compilation issues that do arise from this bleeding edge OS.

If s a few URL's are available to look at so we can have a go at compiling the miners, that would be helpful. The wallets needs to be Compiled in both Fedora 28 x64 and CentOS 7 x64, so these will be given a go also.

Setting up pools in general is not an easy task either, no matter how some people shrug it off as being a simple thing. The setup is only the very first and smallest step. The maintenance, the servicing, the repair, the security, and ultimately the cost (both financial and time wise) is a massive undertaking, only then to have to develop certain aspects of the pool for such a complex system such as Prime Mining. Graham hit that point fist first and on the nose.

When time and money permits, we will definitely look into this further. For the time being, we are happy to mine if we can get the miners compiled and running.

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September 02, 2018, 08:43:28 AM
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Me just quietly reading here. I confess I hold no DTC, but have an interest in some very similar use-cases.
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September 02, 2018, 08:53:36 AM
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Every relevant action in the publishing process such as paper submission and peer reviews will be registered in the blockchain and accessible to anyone, making #science more transparent, universal and open than ever before.
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September 14, 2018, 10:17:31 PM
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Every relevant action in the publishing process such as paper submission and peer reviews will be registered in the blockchain and accessible to anyone, making #science more transparent, universal and open than ever before.

WTF are you talking about? Science doesn't need blockchain
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September 21, 2018, 01:07:46 AM
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Every relevant action in the publishing process such as paper submission and peer reviews will be registered in the blockchain and accessible to anyone, making #science more transparent, universal and open than ever before.

WTF are you talking about? Science doesn't need blockchain

Think you underestimate what a giant leap blockchain is...
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September 21, 2018, 11:26:26 AM
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Every relevant action
I see what you inadvertently did there, you introduced a magical "relevance" gatekeeper module. So you're not envisaging a decentralised solution and believe the future of science publishing lies in corporate-controlled permissioned chains? Or "databases" as they are also known.

Otherwise, if you can drop the "relevance" qualifier, find someone prepared to foot the biil for all that storage, then Bob's your free-for-all, must-publish-any-old-dross-or-lose-my-tenure uncle.

Cheers

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September 26, 2018, 01:07:48 PM
Last edit: October 03, 2018, 03:41:32 PM by muf18
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My small contribution to Datacoin:

https://github.com/muf18/Datacoin-AIO/releases/
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September 30, 2018, 07:53:13 PM
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Hey all,

I am working to get http://www.datacoininfo.org/ up to date.

I'll review what I can and look for any dead links, if you think of anything I need to update drop me a message.

Thanks

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October 01, 2018, 05:59:19 PM
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Hey all,

I am working to get http://www.datacoininfo.org/ up to date.

I'll review what I can and look for any dead links, if you think of anything I need to update drop me a message.

Thanks


Maybe reach at to coinmarketcap and ask if they can point to the correct site?
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October 01, 2018, 10:15:48 PM
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Hey all,

I am working to get http://www.datacoininfo.org/ up to date.

I'll review what I can and look for any dead links, if you think of anything I need to update drop me a message.

Thanks


Maybe reach at to coinmarketcap and ask if they can point to the correct site?


Good idea! http://datacoin.info was the original site but it hasn't been updated in years.

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October 03, 2018, 01:13:05 PM
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Good afternoon,

Guys, how long before the latest wallet allows SOLO mining from an external miner.
I have re-downloaded 0.8.6.0 and its taken 5 days so far and still hasn't synced, this is ridiculous. I'm still 39 weeks behind, 14 hours ago I was 41 weeks behind.
Even worse, when I finally get bored, and go back to the newer wallets, they re-sync everything, which also takes days.
I've also found some wallets will not even open on some clients. This is getting really messy.

Can we not just have 1 new wallet that does it all, with some gusto please.
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October 03, 2018, 02:50:41 PM
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If you would see a few posts above you have Datacoin AIO for windows (whole blockchain and dtc browser in one simple installer with datacoin qt 0.15.99.Cool
If not on windows just compile 0.15.99 version from sources.
https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core
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October 03, 2018, 03:53:40 PM
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If you would see a few posts above you have Datacoin AIO for windows (whole blockchain and dtc browser in one simple installer with datacoin qt 0.15.99.Cool
If not on windows just compile 0.15.99 version from sources.
https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core

Hi, Thanks for that.
I have downloaded Datacoin.AIO.exe, and that started all my wallet issues.It was very quick to sync, but does not allow solo mining from an external miner.

I have no idea how to compile under Linux, but am guessingt that even if i managed it, it would compile a Linux version. I am simply after a finished Win 10 version.
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October 03, 2018, 05:13:23 PM
Last edit: October 03, 2018, 05:44:28 PM by muf18
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If you would see a few posts above you have Datacoin AIO for windows (whole blockchain and dtc browser in one simple installer with datacoin qt 0.15.99.Cool
If not on windows just compile 0.15.99 version from sources.
https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core

Hi, Thanks for that.
I have downloaded Datacoin.AIO.exe, and that started all my wallet issues.It was very quick to sync, but does not allow solo mining from an external miner.

I have no idea how to compile under Linux, but am guessingt that even if i managed it, it would compile a Linux version. I am simply after a finished Win 10 version.
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Hmm, I don't know what's wrong then with it, cause I didn't build it, just I used files which were here.

I can make Datacoin 0.8.6 AIO, if it would help you.
Or just use the files you have with 0.15.99 and turn on old client 0.8.6. It should sync quickly enough. Edit: Checked - doesn't work, needs re-download.

And with Datacoin AIO I must warn - you must only install to the default catalog/folder it will choose - it's designed to do so - because otherwise it would have to sync from scratch. Only default dir works. And also that I didnt test it enough, with all configurations, so install it on your own resposibility (as most software).
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October 03, 2018, 05:30:08 PM
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If you would see a few posts above you have Datacoin AIO for windows (whole blockchain and dtc browser in one simple installer with datacoin qt 0.15.99.Cool
If not on windows just compile 0.15.99 version from sources.
https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core

Hi, Thanks for that.
I have downloaded Datacoin.AIO.exe, and that started all my wallet issues.It was very quick to sync, but does not allow solo mining from an external miner.

I have no idea how to compile under Linux, but am guessingt that even if i managed it, it would compile a Linux version. I am simply after a finished Win 10 version.
J


Hmm, I don't know what's wrong then with it, cause I didn't build it, just I used files which were here.

I can make Datacoin 0.8.6 AIO, if it would help you.
Or just use the files you have with 0.15.99 and turn on old client 0.8.6. It should sync quickly enough.

And with Datacoin AIO I must warn - you must only install to the default catalog/folder it will choose - it's designed to do so - because otherwise it would have to sync from scratch. Only default dir works. And also that I didnt test it enough, with all configurations, so install it on your own resposibility (as most software).

Thankyou
I'm at block 2255470 ish now, so about 35 weeks behind, so another 2 days and it should be synced....don't know what has changed it never used to be THIS slow...8 connections, SSD, 8c/16t cpu...200M internet connection....so I don't get it, heck I can download 100GB a day easily....will see what happens when it finishes....just frustrating
Seems to be syncing about 1 block every 1/2 second
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October 03, 2018, 05:37:35 PM
Last edit: October 03, 2018, 06:02:22 PM by muf18
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I must ask you. Did you install Datacoin AIO without changes to default director aka folder?
Was %appdata%/Datacoin directory or some different directory?
Because if you installed AIO in default directory, you should be able to use it's blockchain snapshot with old client, just turn on Datacoin 0.8.6.

Or maybe not... I must see for myself if it works.

Edit: ok so it's not compatible, I'm sorry I was wrong.

I will see if I can make Datacoin AIO 0.8.6.

If anyone would give me snapshot of old client blockchain it would be much faster to do it.

Edit2: @gjhiggins - would you in some free time compile a version with this commit merged ? https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core/commit/0ef61078762ee6ec71773f48e1d4ec0b1b8cc3b3

It's an important bug fix, so I think there should be release, but do as you wish. I will update as soon as possible AIO, if you release it.
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October 03, 2018, 09:04:36 PM
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Edit2: @gjhiggins - would you in some free time compile a version with this commit merged ? https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core/commit/0ef61078762ee6ec71773f48e1d4ec0b1b8cc3b3

It's an important bug fix, so I think there should be release, but do as you wish. I will update as soon as possible AIO, if you release it.
I didn't compile the Windows binary - there was a flurry of back'n'forth over some Windows-specific issues that resulted in a binary but IIRC, no resulting  code updates were ever published. From this, I infer that the published code doesn't compile for Windows, or on Windows or whatever. I put some time and effort into organising the Yandex tarball dumps as commits in a GitHub repos to add a degree of storage persistence but that's as far as it went. Please note that the comments in the code indicate that the upgrade is as yet incomplete.

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October 03, 2018, 10:18:36 PM
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Ok, so you claim that " tar dumps" from yandex source code are different than "windows compiled" binary from yandex, and that their source code is different, because otherwise "tar dumps" would compile without problems.

So basically we have closed source windows only 0.15.99 version with bug, which is considerate as important to fix.
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October 03, 2018, 11:19:16 PM
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I must ask you. Did you install Datacoin AIO without changes to default director aka folder?
Was %appdata%/Datacoin directory or some different directory?
Because if you installed AIO in default directory, you should be able to use it's blockchain snapshot with old client, just turn on Datacoin 0.8.6.

Or maybe not... I must see for myself if it works.

Edit: ok so it's not compatible, I'm sorry I was wrong.

I will see if I can make Datacoin AIO 0.8.6.

If anyone would give me snapshot of old client blockchain it would be much faster to do it.

Edit2: @gjhiggins - would you in some free time compile a version with this commit merged ? https://github.com/datacoinproject/datacoin-core/commit/0ef61078762ee6ec71773f48e1d4ec0b1b8cc3b3

It's an important bug fix, so I think there should be release, but do as you wish. I will update as soon as possible AIO, if you release it.

Just a quick update, 7 hours have gone by and I am now at 30 weeks left (from 35 weeks). I don't want to do any testing until this has finished so I might go quiet for a few days.
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October 05, 2018, 11:50:48 AM
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Hi,

I am trying to cross compile the Windows wallet with the patch (0ef6107) on Ubuntu, however, I get stuck with a madpool error.

Any one that have an idea why?

Tnx,

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