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March 27, 2018, 11:12:47 PM
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I suppose Datacoin is the currency you need to use in order to pay for storing info on your blockchain? Does the system work by now? How much is it to store data on the chain?

Yes.  Works well.  The cost is 0.05DTC for 128kB.

That was the doubt on top of my head regards to the economics ...

I am developing a 2D game and I would also like to develop a marketplace for my game assets ...

Correctly if I'm wrong ...

If the price of datacoin rises then the price of the assets stored at datacoin blockchain will rises too, isn't it ?



No, the cost to store the asset will rise with the price of Datacoin.  But the price of the asset will be determined by the market.
Are you talking about the Bytestamp assets?  Like this one:  https://www.bytestamp.net/docs/qdoc/en/468a1bac2eea3b415deaf054e56381ac

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Thanks extro, Bytestamp is a very interesting service ...  
I don't have datacoin yet, so I can not do my own test ..
if I need to transfer the ownership I just need to sign a msg .. for instance

{md5 => 468a1bac2eea3b415deaf054e56381ac, owner => DTC:DEpnQ9joPVwS65kNyRrpiyXtTvYUnQoXgH, inputtx => ec859def4237b648febbed74ac5b118c3951e7fcc4f8b78b2919e9877e2696a4, previousowner => DTC:DKCuFxwHwpRsq3jP8w3PT3s2TKqPP29ZJU, idop => DQ1}

So I guess pay once to store your asset for whatever the price od datacoin is ...  then if I need to transfer the ownership no more datacoins will be need ... Am I correct ?

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March 29, 2018, 06:48:40 AM
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You really need to speak to sampei7777, the creator of Bytestamp.

You can send him a PM:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=352985

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March 29, 2018, 10:05:21 AM
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where do i get bootstrap file for syncing datacoin-qt wallet (desktop wallet) ?
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March 29, 2018, 10:23:30 AM
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where do i get bootstrap file for syncing datacoin-qt wallet (desktop wallet) ?

The latest bootstrap.dat is posted on the releases page of our GitHub repository.
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March 29, 2018, 11:06:29 AM
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where do i get bootstrap file for syncing datacoin-qt wallet (desktop wallet) ?

The latest bootstrap.dat is posted on the releases page of our GitHub repository.

Thanks
So please update wallet and bootstrap download link in website(datacoininfo.org)
So people do not make mistakes.
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March 29, 2018, 02:42:44 PM
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Is it safe we use online wallet?

I am mining With xpmclient v.10.2.2 Inside online wallet(datacoin online wallet). but in https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc I have problem.

http://i.imgur.com/J00bN5y.png
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March 29, 2018, 04:21:07 PM
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Hi guys,

I'm stuck syncing at block 2332117.
I have tried every wallet, with / without bootstrap.
Even tried Clean install win 7 and 10, and everytime i get stuck at block 2332117.
Any ideas please? Never had this issue with Datacoin before...

J
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March 29, 2018, 09:46:44 PM
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No one will help me

Is it safe we use online wallet?

I am mining With xpmclient v.10.2.2 Inside online wallet(datacoin online wallet). but in https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc I have problem.

http://i.imgur.com/J00bN5y.png
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March 29, 2018, 10:18:09 PM
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No one will help me

Is it safe we use online wallet?

I am mining With xpmclient v.10.2.2 Inside online wallet(datacoin online wallet). but in https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc I have problem.



As far as what I can see is that you do not have a problem - it is change sent back to the mining pool that you use - just follow the audit trail. The received amount on the address is not the final balance of the address that belong to you. The total amount that the address received was 1,911.91034194 DTC and 314.90616155 DTC was returned as change with the final balance of the address being 1,597.00418039 DTC - just follow the transaction hash (40eed....) to see how much DTC was paid to many addresses from the mining pool and what change was returned to the mining pool.

This is  most likely one of the reasons why you should not mine directly to any online wallet or exchange address - rather set a limit on your mining pool and then request a payout to your address so that the coins that you receive are not newly generated coins.

Anyone else that can explain this better - please do so.

Tnx


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March 29, 2018, 11:12:32 PM
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No one will help me

Is it safe we use online wallet?

I am mining With xpmclient v.10.2.2 Inside online wallet(datacoin online wallet). but in https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dtc I have problem.

http://i.imgur.com/J00bN5y.png

As far as what I can see is that you do not have a problem - it is change sent back to the mining pool that you use - just follow the audit trail. The received amount on the address is not the final balance of the address that belong to you. The total amount that the address received was 1,911.91034194 DTC and 314.90616155 DTC was returned as change with the final balance of the address being 1,597.00418039 DTC - just follow the transaction hash (40eed....) to see how much DTC was paid to many addresses from the mining pool and what change was returned to the mining pool.

This is  most likely one of the reasons why you should not mine directly to any online wallet or exchange address - rather set a limit on your mining pool and then request a payout to your address so that the coins that you receive are not newly generated coins.

Anyone else that can explain this better - please do so.

Tnx


Thanks for the answer
Before I set limit on my mining pool. minimal payout=20 . have you any idea for value of minimal payout with 550 cpd/day?
In addition,amount of my online wallet(datacoin.t.../wallet) balance is same recived amount in my pool.
in other words, now, my real balance in my online wallet=1911 and is not 1597 and I send 1911 DTC from online wallet to my desktop wallet
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March 30, 2018, 03:44:56 AM
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This is most concerning.

Can anyone replicate this?


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Hi guys,

I'm stuck syncing at block 2332117.
I have tried every wallet, with / without bootstrap.
Even tried Clean install win 7 and 10, and everytime i get stuck at block 2332117.
Any ideas please? Never had this issue with Datacoin before...

J

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March 30, 2018, 06:38:53 AM
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Stuck Sad

Hi guys,

I'm stuck syncing at block 2332117.
I have tried every wallet, with / without bootstrap.
Even tried Clean install win 7 and 10, and everytime i get stuck at block 2332117.
Any ideas please? Never had this issue with Datacoin before...

J

need screenshot of the entire datacoin wallet window. especially low statusbar. number of connections. current operation string. may be logfile.

P.S. need cpu load by datacoin process
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March 30, 2018, 08:22:48 AM
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This is most concerning.

Can anyone replicate this?


Stuck Sad

Hi guys,

I'm stuck syncing at block 2332117.
I have tried every wallet, with / without bootstrap.
Even tried Clean install win 7 and 10, and everytime i get stuck at block 2332117.
Any ideas please? Never had this issue with Datacoin before...

J

Hi, will do screen shots, etc as soon as i get back to my pc.
In the mean time, which wallet "should" i use for solo gpu mining please? I'm going to build a  diff PC and start with Win 7 from scratch.
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March 30, 2018, 10:22:44 AM
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Hello minerja,

I'm stuck syncing at block 2332117.
I have tried every wallet, with / without bootstrap.
Even tried Clean install win 7 and 10, and everytime i get stuck at block 2332117.
Any ideas please? Never had this issue with Datacoin before...

    Which release(s) are you using specifically, or did you compile Datacoin-Qt on your own?
    If you compiled Datacoin-Qt on your own which version of boost did you use?

    Earlier when fedde reported his issue, I went to check a node I operate.

A corruption happend on the active chain and i have to rebuild it.

    This particular node had indeed crashed and so I started it again with a -reindex and it caught up and has been running since then.
    Though I wasn't smart enough to have shrinkdebugfile enabled in my datacoin.conf and so I lost the snippet of the log file which included the error.

    This box does run the binary released on GitHub.

    There is another box where I run a Datacoin daemon and although it was not running at the time of the reported corruption, it did sync and catchup to the chain without error.

    Tonight, I started up a Datacoin-Qt instance on macOS from the GitHub release which hasn't been on for a few weeks.
    It also caught up to the tip of the chain without error.

    I don't know why you're stuck at block 2332117 which is why I'd like to know which peers you're connected with (getpeerinfo from the Debug window) and if you're using one of our releases or if you compiled it on your own.

    My first thought about the reported corruption in the large block was that perhaps there were too many signature operations inside a transaction.
    Turns out that wasn't the case since it looked like a plain 90,199 byte tx with a simple script.
        re: txid d1d059d5ac333d72ccf8b1e222264cd0c5ca7fb5c8c09db01fa0ec05a935abd3

    Similarly, the last tx in that run, txid 1a9d1a244dc0125c11a43d2bbeb86174e7685781d4a2f3a8a9c84a1a1d75dde8 is 90,347 bytes and also includes simple script.

    I'll need to have a debug.log capture the datacoind crash next time it happens or have someone willing to reproduce it on testnet so that we can work through the reported corruption.

    Looking for to learning more information about your configuration on the above inquiries so we can help you.

Best Regards,
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March 31, 2018, 08:54:17 PM
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with cpd/day=550=(now), in diff>10 how much coin/day I will get?
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April 01, 2018, 01:09:32 PM
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Just for info ...

Someone appears to be wasting CPU cycles according to this message, repeatedly appearing in minkiz' datacoin debug.log:

accepted connection 140.186.194.162:53509
PROCESSMESSAGE: INVALID MESSAGESTART
disconnecting node 140.186.194.162:53509

The IP address appears in chainz' listing as a "/Satoshi:0.8.3/" client but I don't know which organisation it's associated with.

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April 01, 2018, 01:47:07 PM
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with cpd/day=550=(now), in diff>10 how much coin/day I will get?

~ 55

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April 01, 2018, 02:10:22 PM
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Hi Graham,

PROCESSMESSAGE: INVALID MESSAGESTART

    I believe the error means the connecting client either did not send a Network ID or it sent the wrong Network ID.

Code:
        // Scan for message start
        if (memcmp(msg.hdr.pchMessageStart, pchMessageStart, sizeof(pchMessageStart)) != 0) {
            printf("\n\nPROCESSMESSAGE: INVALID MESSAGESTART\n\n");
            fOk = false;
            break;
        }

    Sometimes this happens when a poorly coded clone of a coin reuses the peer port and doesn't scrub the pnSeedMainNet[] array or the DNS Seeds.

    The net effect is the client would be trying to have an independent network for their clone but bumping into our peer swarm on the same port and attempting to reach the nodes of last resort coded into the wallet as hard-coded IP addresses.

    It basically means, there is probably a new coin out there.
    I have 477 of those entries in my debug.log from 140.186.194.162 since March 20th.


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April 01, 2018, 03:18:15 PM
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with cpd/day=550=(now), in diff>10 how much coin/day I will get?

~ 55

how did you calculate?
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April 01, 2018, 05:02:38 PM
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@everyone
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with cpd/day=550=(now), in diff>10 how much coin/day I will get?

~ 55

how did you calculate?

Well, divided by 10 :-D

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