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December 15, 2013, 12:15:14 AM
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Hypersire send me a and unthinkingbit a pm we may be able to put you to work.

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December 15, 2013, 12:55:13 AM
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Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.

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December 15, 2013, 02:11:31 AM
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I have a question about rewards on devtome. Are shares only given to new text contributed?

For example, if I decide to contribute some fiction I've written, will I only be paid once for it? This is what I assume is the case, but I'm confused by the mention of the words popularity and what not - popularity would imply previous work having an impact on...future pay? If someone can explain to me how it works, or point me to a page that explains it better I'd very much appreciate it.
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December 15, 2013, 03:53:07 AM
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10 minutes per block, times 2186 remaining, equal 21860 minutes, divided by 60 = 364 hours, 20 minutes, divided by 24 equals about 15 days 3.5 hours.

So about 15 days 3.5 hours, and then payouts start, but the DVC will be paid out over multiple days.

A round countdown clock might be nice, if anyone could do that (ETA to end of round)

Sounds good, about 18 shares for that. Any objections?


I'd like to claim the bounty, if it's ok. though I think it's a not so hard task, maybe 10 or 12 shares are enough.

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December 15, 2013, 03:58:45 AM
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Bit of an early xmas present I was able to port over devcoin src over to bitcoin 0.8.5 with fixes (i0coin latest) and managed to statically link in libcurl so no need for the dll either(sucked doing that btw).. now I need to test and create the qt wallet! How does the test net work?

would you please share some patch or the binary, so we could test it ?


Hey man,

It looks like the I0coin fork that rsnel did broke the testnet as Im getting errors identical to my devcoin build which was based off of his fork. Since his daemom is already in production im assuming his base is stable and working... so I have a daemom for you to test but whats the safest way to do this? The testnet wont work. It may just work ootb but it may not and I domt wanna mess up the network.

We could just test it on the real network, if something error happens, the blocks or transactions will be rejected by the whole devcoin network. So I think it's safe to do it.

@Unthinkingbit, what's your opinion?

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December 15, 2013, 04:18:21 AM
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I'd like to claim the bounty, if it's ok.

Please post a link to it, and you'll get it if there are no objections to the bounty within 4 days.

To everyone, from now on, since we have more admins, if there are no objections within 2 days, that will be enough. If there is a bounty that is out of line, someone should object to it within a couple of days.

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though I think it's a not so hard task, maybe 10 or 12 shares are enough.

After Weisoq's post:

Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I agree that it's not so hard, so I suggest 12 for the first person to accomplish it, and 6 for the second.

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.

If you don't have a VPS you can scrape the vircurex page:
https://vircurex.com/

which lists the devcoin block number. Because the generation rate is almost constant, and you don't need an hourly update to the change date, scraping it once every three days would be sufficient.

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December 15, 2013, 04:24:10 AM
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Bit of an early xmas present I was able to port over devcoin src over to bitcoin 0.8.5 with fixes (i0coin latest) and managed to statically link in libcurl so no need for the dll either(sucked doing that btw).. now I need to test and create the qt wallet! How does the test net work?
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We could just test it on the real network, if something error happens, the blocks or transactions will be rejected by the whole devcoin network. So I think it's safe to do it.

@Unthinkingbit, what's your opinion?


If the person is not mining with it, it should be completely safe. So please test it without mining on the real network.

To everyone,

I suggest that the first four people who test Sidhujag's client and make an informative post (at least 50 words) get devcoins. First would get four shares, then 3, then 2, and finally one. You do not have to succeed in running the client, if you post what you tried and what errors there were, that's enough. Any objections?

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December 15, 2013, 04:53:12 AM
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I'm in for testing the client.
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December 15, 2013, 06:12:12 AM
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I'd like to claim the bounty, if it's ok.

Please post a link to it, and you'll get it if there are no objections to the bounty within 4 days.

To everyone, from now on, since we have more admins, if there are no objections within 2 days, that will be enough. If there is a bounty that is out of line, someone should object to it within a couple of days.

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though I think it's a not so hard task, maybe 10 or 12 shares are enough.

After Weisoq's post:

Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I agree that it's not so hard, so I suggest 12 for the first person to accomplish it, and 6 for the second.

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.

If you don't have a VPS you can scrape the vircurex page:
https://vircurex.com/

which lists the devcoin block number. Because the generation rate is almost constant, and you don't need an hourly update to the change date, scraping it once every three days would be sufficient.


I've done that, intergrated with my faucet page: http://faucet.d.evco.in/ you may find it on the header of the faucet.


Edit: incase of interest, here's the code, https://github.com/emfox/devcoin-faucet/commit/ea7ec0b3c1aa23e80de6441de37cc59955364892

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December 15, 2013, 07:35:29 AM
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I've done that, intergrated with my faucet page: http://faucet.d.evco.in/ you may find it on the header of the faucet.


Edit: incase of interest, here's the code, https://github.com/emfox/devcoin-faucet/commit/ea7ec0b3c1aa23e80de6441de37cc59955364892

Thanks, it worked for me. If there's no objections to the bounty, you'll get it.

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December 15, 2013, 08:07:49 AM
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Bit of an early xmas present I was able to port over devcoin src over to bitcoin 0.8.5 with fixes (i0coin latest) and managed to statically link in libcurl so no need for the dll either(sucked doing that btw).. now I need to test and create the qt wallet! How does the test net work?
..

We could just test it on the real network, if something error happens, the blocks or transactions will be rejected by the whole devcoin network. So I think it's safe to do it.

@Unthinkingbit, what's your opinion?


If the person is not mining with it, it should be completely safe. So please test it without mining on the real network.

To everyone,

I suggest that the first four people who test Sidhujag's client and make an informative post (at least 50 words) get devcoins. First would get four shares, then 3, then 2, and finally one. You do not have to succeed in running the client, if you post what you tried and what errors there were, that's enough. Any objections?


Is it true that node versions need to match to accept blocks? When I run the daemon its failing to accept blocks after initial version message but if I point it to say I0coin which is same version then I can connect and get orphaned blocks (rightfully so).

So we would need a few nodes with the new daemon  and a mining proxy running real to update with new
blocks? Sucks that the testnet is broken!!

Kinda confused how to download the blockchain if it rejects based on version.

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December 15, 2013, 08:15:24 AM
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Thanks for the reply but that's not for me lol
Just want a simple download that works with windows,this must put a lot of guys off,may as well sell them as no support,thanks anyway

The latest devcoin builds are at:
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin#download

If anyone has trouble with Windows devcoin, please ask K1773R. If anyone has trouble with Unix devcoin, please ask Emfox.


Thanks for the reply,I have used that one but for whatever reason it wouldn't open when installed,perhaps a antivirus thing,i'll download to another pc and see what happens ,many thanks
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December 15, 2013, 10:48:29 AM
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Hello everyone.

I'm a cryptocurrency enthusiast. I heard about DVC, like 3-4 weeks ago, when I joined the crypto world.
I've made a lot of fiat within those 3-4 weeks, but how? I always joined forums to get informed. -You don't have a forum

Heard many people saying that DVC is a scam-coin. That's the only reason I didn't want to buy any DVC. Explain to people what DVC is, make them care about open source projects. Everyone likes free stuff, yes?

I want to help.

Here are some suggestions I have in my mind:

1) Make your own forum. - I'll pay hosting for 1 year.

2) Rebuild the website. It looks like a amateur made it. It's too damn static. ( Sorry, not trying to offend anyone )

3) Start promoting it via youtube, spread the word and convince people to take a little risk, by putting 1 dollar in DVC and follow its progress for just one week. Make people believe that DVC is here to stay for a long time. ( Which is true. )

4) The fact that people who write articles get DVC for their effort, it's really nice. But not enough to help the coin get a better position in the crypto world. All together, let's think how we can introduce DVC to the masses.

That's all from me for now.
Hope you didn't got bored reading this.

Sorry for my English. I'm not from English speaking country.

I just bought : 146794.77092241 DVC. I'm going to help as much as I can, because I appreciate open source.

Who is the owner of Devcoin.org? Please contact me.

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December 15, 2013, 10:54:36 AM
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Right now im really afraid of pump & dump scheme, a lot of dvcs is beeing sold right now...
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December 15, 2013, 10:57:10 AM
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Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.
Fair enough. I didn't assume you'd need to run the daemon because due to the dynamic nature of the generation rate there'd be times when the countdown clock would be a countup clock. So just pulling in the block count daily via vircurex as a data point, in addition to existing pulls, seems enough.

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December 15, 2013, 11:01:00 AM
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Right now im really afraid of pump & dump scheme, a lot of dvcs is beeing sold right now...

no its not... In the last 48hrs its doubled in price if not more... bought at .00002004ltc and its almost to .00005ltc. price is on the rise!

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December 15, 2013, 11:07:28 AM
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1) Make your own forum. - I'll pay hosting for 1 year.

2) Rebuild the website. It looks like a amateur made it. It's too damn static. ( Sorry, not trying to offend anyone )

3) Start promoting it via youtube, spread the word and convince people to take a little risk, by putting 1 dollar in DVC and follow its progress for just one week. Make people believe that DVC is here to stay for a long time. ( Which is true. )

4) The fact that people who write articles get DVC for their effort, it's really nice. But not enough to help the coin get a better position in the crypto world. All together, let's think how we can introduce DVC to the masses.



I agree with you. Devcoin has the big problem that it is not accessible to newcomers. Instead it demands from people a high understanding and geeky knowledge to even do simple things.
Newcomers are often left alone, without guidance how to do even the simplest task.

People have no place to just talk and ask the "stupid" but necessary questions all beginners have.

Devcoin on youtube is a desaster. If you type in devcoin in youtube you get the impression that devcoin has something to do with a pothead and a paid hooker, ... not good.

Devcoin has a barrier that must come down so that new people will get curious. Now it has a wall without door in front of them.

I mean look at the people in this forum, they talk about ATM machines, while the website is a desaster... Wrong priorities if you ask me.


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December 15, 2013, 11:11:12 AM
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I think they have a forum here by the way:

http://devcointalk.org/

Not well used.

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December 15, 2013, 11:20:21 AM
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I think they have a forum here by the way:

http://devcointalk.org/

Not well used.
Thank You.

Now, look how silly this thing is :  Go at http://devcoin.org/   Press CTRL+F, put "forum''.
What do you find? 2 results. One is about the pool forum, another is '' BitcoinTalk.org Forum '', which is a dead link.


How are people supposed to know where forum is? I wouldn't know now if you didn't tell me.


If you people really want DVC succeed, start making the site from the scratch.


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December 15, 2013, 11:22:15 AM
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Right now im really afraid of pump & dump scheme, a lot of dvcs is beeing sold right now...


If Devacoin was pumped and dumped, it has been made already. The coin is now stable and restarted rising. Now is the time to start accumulating more Devacoins as it is still cheap.
The dumps are just opportunities to get cheap coins, not threaths. Personally I bought more Devadcoins as it went a bit down.

However, now the sun is shining again and it has only one way: UP to the North !!!

The long term estimated rate is around 0,001-0,01 BTC and now the trip has restarted after a few hours break. Personally I slept during these hours with some buy orders that were filled.  Cool Smiley
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