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November 12, 2017, 09:40:27 PM
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BZLCoin will be added to voting at CryptoHub, so you will have stable pool this way

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November 13, 2017, 01:35:27 AM
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BlockMunch.CLUB has added BZLCoin to it's Multi-Pool!  Only 0.25% Fee's!
We are now a Multi-Pool!  We mine the most profitable coin always, and maximize your return!

Choose your payout style.  We pay out in this coin, BTC, and any coin we currently have listed on the pool!

Example Config is Below for BZLCoin Pay:
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-a tribus -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:8533 -u BBQsqQvVPVcji3SbEzsbv2QCQuSUqy9wAj -p c=BZL

Example Config Below for BTC Pay
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-a tribus -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:8533 -u 1JFx3fE462vMsTeYkNK5yvdWeg2wpmxvBD -p c=BTC

Block Explorer Link:
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blockmunch.club/explorer/BZL

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blockmunch.club/site/peers?id=2013

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November 13, 2017, 04:30:31 PM
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Any fix for win wallets yet. Im still stuck on 1999
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November 13, 2017, 04:32:15 PM
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New tribus same algo like denarius ? Or dev team have other technology, i hope this project will success.

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November 14, 2017, 11:27:18 AM
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There is a problem with the blockchain, are the devs working on this?

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November 15, 2017, 07:36:25 AM
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There is a problem with the blockchain, are the devs working on this?
There are a few problems with the blockchain perhaps.

A few silly questions...

1) Why does the official block explorer have the network at block 3417 when the four extant pools have the block as follows:

http://pool.bzlcoin.org/site/mining : at block 3405
http://bzl.idcray.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool : at block 3405
http://blockmunch.club/site/mining : at block 3405
https://mpool.mooo.com/explorer/BZL : at block 1999 .  (I remember having my wallet hang at this block too. It's synced to 3405 in my case now -- although not to 3417. )

Perhaps the answer ties in with the second main question: 2) In the network tab at the block explorer (http://explorer.bzlcoin.org/), why are connected nodes all listed as using protocol 71797 ? and version Satoshi1.1.0 ? Meanwhile, at the source in the version.h (https://github.com/bzlcoin/bzlcoin/blob/master/src/version.h) it is 71717 ?  Every network peer that I've seen seems to be using protocl 71717 (so where does one download the new protocol[?] because that is probably why there seem to be two separate blockchains to this coin -- the dev's/devs' chain and everyone elses').

2a) e.g. My getinfo starts with the following output:
"version" : "v1.0.0.0",
    "protocolversion" : 71717,
    "walletversion" : 60000,

I've downloaded the source on three different occasions (but I haven't purged anything in the folder where the config and wallet.dat file is stored and it's possibly falling back/devolving to the first version that I downloaded -- which may be the problem Huh not sure).

3) Is the dev going to update the announcement to remove Nosekefik (including the block explorer), Pool Friends and Umine (which don't seem to have pools for this coin at this point) from the list of pools
-- and also add Blockmunch to the list.

4) I've tried staking the meagre amount of this coin that I managed to mine but when I use getstakinginfo in the headless wallet staking always seems to output "false". Since I used a passphrase for my wallet, if I unlock it then after eight hours it should begin staking (Huh).  If the BZL amount is less than 1 -- currently the situation with my small-potatoes-position -- would that be a problem (I'm kind of stumped on that situation).

5)  Do mined blocks and POS blocks alternate in some manner?  I.e. is there any preconfigured pattern to how new blocks are generated?  I'm somewhat of a neophyte but interested in the code... it would be especially cool if someone more familiar with the codebase would point out the part of the code which would specifies this.

Thanks in advance for any response.

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November 16, 2017, 08:09:34 AM
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4) I've tried staking the meagre amount of this coin that I managed to mine but when I use getstakinginfo in the headless wallet staking always seems to output "false". Since I used a passphrase for my wallet, if I unlock it then after eight hours it should begin staking (Huh).  If the BZL amount is less than 1 -- currently the situation with my small-potatoes-position -- would that be a problem (I'm kind of stumped on that situation).

Well... this part of it I can follow-up -- in case anyone scanned through that message.  The wallet output does eventually update "staking" : false to  "staking" : true, if it's been kept open long enough apparently.  Not that any stake was received though because all of the evident blockchains for this coin seem to have spent another 24 hours stuck on block 3405 ... good times  Tongue Roll Eyes   (The official block explorer's page isn't loading to potentially provide any sort of counterexample-status -- perhaps it's under maintenance.)

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November 16, 2017, 02:11:58 PM
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I just installed wallet and it says "blocks" : 3400  what should i do?

proof-of-work" : 12963.19744050

too high difficulty...  maybe some error in code?  just see "denarius" (same algo tribus) has 200-2000 difficulty
we need at least 10 gh/s to find a block.  it will be aprox 10 farms   *   8 * gtx 1080ti

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November 17, 2017, 02:34:39 AM
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There is a problem with the blockchain, are the devs working on this?

Any fix for win wallets yet. Im still stuck on 1999

I just installed wallet and it says "blocks" : 3400  what should i do?

proof-of-work" : 12963.19744050

too high difficulty...  maybe some error in code?  just see "denarius" (same algo tribus) has 200-2000 difficulty
we need at least 10 gh/s to find a block.  it will be aprox 10 farms   *   8 * gtx 1080ti


Yup.

we've made some changes to fix this.

https://github.com/bzlcoin/bzlcoin/releases/tag/v1.0.1.0
https://mega.nz/#!FeIEWaqC!Kl1bQFDQg6XOU2zwDj8A6GggyHEUd_eWCk6Jxug9MfQ

PLEASE, BEFORE YOU UPDATE YOUR WALLET, BACKUP YOUR WALLET.DAT FILE

Thanks.
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November 17, 2017, 02:59:44 AM
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BZLCoin will be added to voting at CryptoHub, so you will have stable pool this way

Thanks a lot.
We just made some changes, let's see if that's okay.
I'm waiting
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November 17, 2017, 03:09:11 AM
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BlockMunch.CLUB has added BZLCoin to it's Multi-Pool!  Only 0.25% Fee's!
We are now a Multi-Pool!  We mine the most profitable coin always, and maximize your return!

Choose your payout style.  We pay out in this coin, BTC, and any coin we currently have listed on the pool!

Example Config is Below for BZLCoin Pay:
Code:
-a tribus -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:8533 -u BBQsqQvVPVcji3SbEzsbv2QCQuSUqy9wAj -p c=BZL

Example Config Below for BTC Pay
Code:
-a tribus -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:8533 -u 1JFx3fE462vMsTeYkNK5yvdWeg2wpmxvBD -p c=BTC

Block Explorer Link:
Code:
blockmunch.club/explorer/BZL

Peer List:
Code:
blockmunch.club/site/peers?id=2013

Welcome to the Block Munch Club!


Thanks
PLease update your pool for last release.
https://github.com/bzlcoin/bzlcoin/releases/tag/v1.0.1.0

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November 17, 2017, 03:10:32 AM
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There is a problem with the blockchain, are the devs working on this?
Yes, the DEVs are correcting.
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November 17, 2017, 03:31:01 AM
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There is a problem with the blockchain, are the devs working on this?
There are a few problems with the blockchain perhaps.

A few silly questions...

1) Why does the official block explorer have the network at block 3417 when the four extant pools have the block as follows:

http://pool.bzlcoin.org/site/mining : at block 3405
http://bzl.idcray.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool : at block 3405
http://blockmunch.club/site/mining : at block 3405
https://mpool.mooo.com/explorer/BZL : at block 1999 .  (I remember having my wallet hang at this block too. It's synced to 3405 in my case now -- although not to 3417. )

Perhaps the answer ties in with the second main question: 2) In the network tab at the block explorer (http://explorer.bzlcoin.org/), why are connected nodes all listed as using protocol 71797 ? and version Satoshi1.1.0 ? Meanwhile, at the source in the version.h (https://github.com/bzlcoin/bzlcoin/blob/master/src/version.h) it is 71717 ?  Every network peer that I've seen seems to be using protocl 71717 (so where does one download the new protocol[?] because that is probably why there seem to be two separate blockchains to this coin -- the dev's/devs' chain and everyone elses').

2a) e.g. My getinfo starts with the following output:
"version" : "v1.0.0.0",
    "protocolversion" : 71717,
    "walletversion" : 60000,

I've downloaded the source on three different occasions (but I haven't purged anything in the folder where the config and wallet.dat file is stored and it's possibly falling back/devolving to the first version that I downloaded -- which may be the problem Huh not sure).

3) Is the dev going to update the announcement to remove Nosekefik (including the block explorer), Pool Friends and Umine (which don't seem to have pools for this coin at this point) from the list of pools
-- and also add Blockmunch to the list.

4) I've tried staking the meagre amount of this coin that I managed to mine but when I use getstakinginfo in the headless wallet staking always seems to output "false". Since I used a passphrase for my wallet, if I unlock it then after eight hours it should begin staking (Huh).  If the BZL amount is less than 1 -- currently the situation with my small-potatoes-position -- would that be a problem (I'm kind of stumped on that situation).

5)  Do mined blocks and POS blocks alternate in some manner?  I.e. is there any preconfigured pattern to how new blocks are generated?  I'm somewhat of a neophyte but interested in the code... it would be especially cool if someone more familiar with the codebase would point out the part of the code which would specifies this.

Thanks in advance for any response.

Yes, we were making some adjustments, so the explorer was out.
We made a fork in block 3389, so you should see 2 protocols until everyone moves to the new chain.
POS, gives you 6% per year, is not every moment that will generate blocks, currently only 30% of the blocks will be Pos.
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November 17, 2017, 09:26:34 AM
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---------------------------------------------------MINING POOL----------------------------------------------

BZL POOL -- >>http://pool.bzlcoin.org


why not list all pool?
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November 17, 2017, 06:27:21 PM
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---------------------------------------------------MINING POOL----------------------------------------------

BZL POOL -- >>http://pool.bzlcoin.org


why not list all pool?


Already put ... was waiting for the pool to update to the new version.


---------------------------------------------------MINING POOL----------------------------------------------

BZL POOL -- >>http://pool.bzlcoin.org
IDCRAY --- > http://bzl.idcray.com/index.php
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November 17, 2017, 07:29:32 PM
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Added to CryptoHub pool, lets check  https://cryptohub.online/pools/



@estb  maybe you know what is multiplier of tribus algo? 32 or 33?

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November 17, 2017, 11:07:46 PM
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Added to CryptoHub pool, lets check  https://cryptohub.online/pools/



@estb  maybe you know what is multiplier of tribus algo? 32 or 33?

Thanks
Added in the listing.
Humm, I'm not sure, but I believe it is 32...
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November 18, 2017, 10:52:56 AM
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received coins from the airdrop ,thank you
the wallet looks sexy Grin

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November 18, 2017, 01:32:32 PM
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received coins from the airdrop ,thank you
the wallet looks sexy Grin

how to get airdrop?
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November 18, 2017, 03:33:57 PM
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NOTICE for miners, read all!

on ccminer tpruvot for some algos (tribus) you may need use param "--submit-stale" if pool shows wrong hashrate for you

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