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December 29, 2013, 02:24:19 AM
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Whoever runs this site: http://faucet.d.evco.in/

You have some things to take care of.

1) One of the advertising blocks (the bottom one on the sidebar) keeps forwarding the browser to their site, making it nearly impossible to use the faucet without an ad block/"stopping" the page load before that javascript hits the browser

2) It's not moving forward to new rounds. It now shows almost 300 people signed up for the current round, and after you submit an address it just pops up the "Error! Add your Devtome ID to your signature" or whatever message; it's not even loading the sidebar/footer upon submit

Thanks for the info.

1) I can't found anything wrong with the ads, could anyone other to confirm this ?

2) This has been solved. someone want to hack into the faucet and submit unusual data, and cause wrong status of the db.


#1 - it's not every time, but it is pretty often. It's with "bitcoinadvertiser" IIRC that is doing the forwarding. The top block has no problem.

#2 - that sucks, Sad. Someone always has to try to destroy it for everyone...
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December 29, 2013, 02:43:12 AM
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I downloaded one of the newer clients, none of my generation is showing up and it says "117 weeks behind."

Isit supposed to be like that?

You had entire blockchain already? Check in the debug to see if you have any connections and that blocks are downloading...

Blocks are downloading and I have 8 connections.

I do have the entire block index from the old client though

Did it sync up? It should start from
where the old client left off unless it is not
compatible(old database and new database) So in that case it starts over again.. but I thought it doesnt do that.. thats not a problem though as long as you can still send and rcv new blocks after the upgrade.
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December 29, 2013, 02:51:13 AM
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Whoever runs this site: http://faucet.d.evco.in/

You have some things to take care of.

1) One of the advertising blocks (the bottom one on the sidebar) keeps forwarding the browser to their site, making it nearly impossible to use the faucet without an ad block/"stopping" the page load before that javascript hits the browser

2) It's not moving forward to new rounds. It now shows almost 300 people signed up for the current round, and after you submit an address it just pops up the "Error! Add your Devtome ID to your signature" or whatever message; it's not even loading the sidebar/footer upon submit

Thanks for the info.

1) I can't found anything wrong with the ads, could anyone other to confirm this ?

2) This has been solved. someone want to hack into the faucet and submit unusual data, and cause wrong status of the db.


I just tried and it took me three times to stay on the page.  The ad was bitcoinadvertisers.  Thanks for the faucet!

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December 29, 2013, 04:39:44 AM
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I just tried and it took me three times to stay on the page.  The ad was bitcoinadvertisers.  Thanks for the faucet!

I get that issue too. Sometimes I have to try two or three times before the faucet "sticks" long enough for me to enter the info.

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Presumably we'd also inherit their expert analysis of which changes are forking ones that need to come into effect at a certain block number, as we'd see that when they changed their fee they did or did not do it as a change set to come into effect at a certain block.

For some ideological reason, a lot of bitcoin people want free transactions, which is a mistake because all transactions, no matter how legitimate, add to blockchain bloat. It's a mistake which altcoin developers have to fix.

Yes I agree, bitcoin got painted into a corner by their existing marketing all over the web etc much of which could not be changed (gosh knows who made this that or the other webpage or article or press release etc, good luck getting all the newspapers to publish retractions or whatever etc etc etc) claiming transactions were free, then later that transactions could be free and even when not free were negligible cost and on and on backpedalling.

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When you send coins it has to use existing outputs from existing transactions to make up the amount.

Often of course no existing outputs add up to the desired amount.

Thus it uses previous outputs that add up to more than enough, and sends "the change" to a new "change address" that it creates for the purpose of receiving your change.

I have heard that clients nowadays automatically "re-scan" the blockchain when they need to, but certainly the older code did not do that and I am nor convinced the new ones can always tell if you switched the wallet. So in the past you always had to deliberately tell it to re-scan if you switched the wallet out from under it. Such as when you import a key.

TO tell it to re-scan you start it with -rescan as one of the switches on its command-line.

(In a GUI the command-line is usually one of the "properties" of the shortcut or icon or menu-item; the command-line that it in effect types for you behind the scenes when you click that shortcut or icon or menu-item.)

I used to always have -rescan on the commandline in my "start the daemon" script just in case the reason I was having to start the thing was that a power outage or reboot had killed the one that had previously been running, possibly leaving the wallet in an inconsistent state or something. It is this usage of -rescan that I have been told is not needed in recent clients; supposedly the client or daemon should notice for itself if it is in an inconsistent state due to having crashed/died previously. Merely importing a key might not trigger a rescan, I do not know but I would think it would be awkward to automatically re-scan when someone imports a key because they might have another key and another key and another key and so on that they want to import before finally being ready to do the re-scan, and it would be very painful to have to wait for a full re-scan between each key and the next.

I have always used an external tool to import keys too, so I close down the daemon, use a tool to import a key or bunch of keys, then restart with -rescan so it will re-scan the blockchain to check for any transactions involving any keys in the wallet thus find any balance associated with the added keys.

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December 29, 2013, 05:48:19 AM
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The rescan is default true to the importprivkey function in the new client.
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December 29, 2013, 06:11:12 AM
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Fired up the old devcoin wallet and tried to send 10 dvc says I need to pay 6 dvc fee Smiley same as new client.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/devcoin/files/feeolddvc.PNG/download
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December 29, 2013, 06:48:35 AM
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Success!

1) started old client, funded with 1000 coins from my vcx account
2) Sent 100 coins back to vcx using old client, confirmed on next block
3) Upgraded to v1.0.8 client, wallet upgraded automatically
4) Ran new client, sent 200 coins to my vcx account, confirmed on next block

So transactions are compatible between clients... last step is to merge mine a block with the new client and see that both old and new clients pick it up.

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December 29, 2013, 07:12:11 AM
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Which brings me to hey how about a bounty for a tool one can use to say "place orders on each and every satoshi of price if possible, if not as many satoshis of price as possible, evenly spread starting at this low price going up to this high price using this many coins" ?

Basically I am spending 16+ hour days manually typing in on Vircurex offers at every satoshi of price, not just on devcoins (I already did them long ago) but now also on IXCoins and I0Coins and hey what the heck even on DOGE. In general I think it would be beneficial if all coins had offers at all possible prices, no empty satoshis of price inbetween.

I looked in Virturex FAQ for frequently asked questions about their API but didn't even see "do you even have an API" listed there.


Hey Markm,

Vircurex's API is horrible...and it's made even worse by their incalculable need to release every order after it's been created.

As a side note they also only let you have 100 open positions at any one time (according to their API page), which means you could only really have 100 santoshis difference between the lowest and highest prices, and if you're creating buy as well as sell orders, it's only really 50 santoshis either way. Seeing as you've put in lots of orders already, does this mean you have hundreds/thousands of open orders on vircurex? Also, is it more important for you to set the price in 1 santoshi increments, or set the range (eg 50-350 santoshis) with it working out the increments itself?

If you think the most useful tool would be a 100 santoshi range finder, what I'm imagining is something like this:

<choose exchange, but for now it's going to default to vircurex>
enter first currency
enter second currency
enter min price
delete all open orders
create 100 orders depending on min price compared to market price - if it's less, create buy orders instead of sell.

Is that what you're after? If you know for a fact vircurex lets you have more than 100 open orders total (against all the different currency pairs), then of course that last line would be set to a range the user decides.
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December 29, 2013, 10:47:39 AM
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I emptied the 'hidden' addresses of the Windows wallet. Now with a fresh new Windows wallet (1MfVpeJrNn28gfWm2duxTwV4pbDSEGPakB) that has succeeded to sent to and receive from an old client (Linux). Therefore, this test was completed 100%

I cannot test migrating from an old windows client to a new windows client.

Don't use my old DVC address anymore (18GCTJhxrWfXjnLwwjJKsSYBpyEV16pRsB, which is now 0 DVC).

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As a side note they also only let you have 100 open positions at any one time (according to their API page), which means you could only really have 100 santoshis difference between the lowest and highest prices, and if you're creating buy as well as sell orders, it's only really 50 santoshis either way. Seeing as you've put in lots of orders already, does this mean you have hundreds/thousands of open orders on vircurex? Also, is it more important for you to set the price in 1 santoshi increments, or set the range (eg 50-350 santoshis) with it working out the increments itself?

I have many hundreds of open orders.

I have many on the same price, even, because I have started back at one satoshi all over again many times by now.

I post my offers manually though, not via the API. Maybe the API has limitations the website/webpage version doesn't.

Heck I just started back at one satoshi again today and am still in the process of filling each satoshi of price yet again on the buy side.

Yes it is important to fill every satoshi of price, because otherwise people try to break, to sit on a price you didn't sit on yet.

If there are no prices sitting empty except where the buys meet the sells - in the "spread" region - they tend to go there, which means you can kind of hint them along.

There is a bot it seems for example on the I0Coin and IXCoin markets on Vircurex that very annoyingly tends to refuse to let even a tiny little offer get in front of it in the sense of being closer to the spread region that it is.

It keeps three batches of coins on hand to sell, and if you place an offer at a lower sell price than it's lowest sell price it cancels the highest price of its three orders and put it one satoshi lower in price than your offer.

Even if it is dealing with a few thousand at a time and you place an offer to sell only ten, it seemingly cannot stand the idea that you might get to sell your ten whatevers before it has managed to sell its few thousand. But if you place offers at every satoshi way down toward the spread-region, you can sometimes manage to get your offer to stick, maybe because it does not want to sell for less than it bought for or something.

Rather than play cancel-and-re-offer with it, just putting offers on every satoshi lets me get tons of offers in on the whole range it tries to play leapfrog with, so ultimately my average sell price is higher than the sell price it ends up leapfrogging its way down to.

On the buy side, the purpose is to uphold the price/value of the coin, so having an offer on every satoshi means every satoshi of price is going to cost who-ever tries to drive the price down. There are no freebies, each and every satoshi they want to drive the price down is going to cost them.

I have lately been placing offers to buy one or ten million divided by the satoshis of price, so that each satoshi they try to drive it down will cost them more (of what they are selling) than the previous satoshi of price did.

If you look at many order books, often it seems the opposite: everyone is crowding their buy offers up near the highest price, as soon as that thin crust is broken, the so called resistance maybe could be what it is I do not know the terminology really, but once the people clamouring to buy at high prices are sold to often from there on down is a crash waiting to happen, hardly anyone apparently wants to buy for low prices. No wonder we see crashes so often in cryptocoin, everyone apparently wants to buy high and failing that not buy at all! Wink Smiley

Similarly on the sell side: everyone wants to sell cheap, but once you buy that thin crust of cheap sell offers, it is thin air going way the heck up, so prices seem to skyrocket because so few people, so far between, want to sell for high prices!

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December 29, 2013, 02:01:48 PM
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ok, so now I've removed the bitcoinadvertiser ad from faucet, cheers.

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Shakezula made the first post for altcoincards.com for the giftcard site reviewing bounty outlined here: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now#gift_card:
See his review: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg4002612#msg4002612

And weisoq made the second post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg4192146#msg4192146

This entitles them two 2 shares and 1 share, respectively.  The giftcard business reviewing bounty is finished for http://altcoincards.com/

As they both bought Barnes and Noble gift cards, and it is only one type of card, altcoin cards is only eligible for 12 shares.

Also, as the funding period has ended for the MiniMetalMaker (http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/minimetalmaker-a-small-3d-printer-that-fabricates-with-metal-clay), this buying bounty (http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now#minimetalmaker_purchase) will not be available until the 3D printer is purchasable again.

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Sorry that I have not been able to respond to your PMs, admins.

Please email me at -----@----.--- if there is something you need to tell me.

Thank you!

EDIT: i will PM admins my email, sorry to the person below me!
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I would advise that all communication between parties be done with bitcointalk messages. To admins (and others), there can be serious issues arising from giving out your personal email address, unless it is a party you trust, and that should be private. The main issue is that it enables (potentially) part of your ID to be pieced together.

The poster above might have done this by mistake, and he should also be warned the same thing about posting personal email addresses on forums. Not only do you invite spam but also potentially the same issues. If you are on bitcointalk you can use PM's, email's can compromise anonymity.

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I would advise that all communication between parties be done with bitcointalk messages. To admins (and others), there can be serious issues arising from giving out your personal email address, unless it is a party you trust, and that should be private. The main issue is that it enables (potentially) part of your ID to be pieced together.

The poster above might have done this by mistake, and he should also be warned the same thing about posting personal email addresses on forums. Not only do you invite spam but also potentially the same issues. If you are on bitcointalk you can use PM's, email's can compromise anonymity.

This could be fixed with the cryptocoin forum with email bounty.  When you want to email a user, only the username is visible, and the message is sent to the recipient's email, without it being revealed.

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Sorry for the double post, but I am announcing something bounty-related.

Since there were no objections, the share distribution here is now finalized:
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Tagbond: 9 shares for devcoin integration
Sidhujag: 6 shares for working with Mark to get devcoin onto tag bonds exchange
EEh: 3 for tagbond site http://devcoin.tagbond.com/

This bounty is now active: (http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now&#vircurex_order_spread_api_call_or_bot) <-- Why are there question symbols when you hover over "API"?
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I agree that it would be great to place a spread of orders. If someone finds an API call that does this, or finds a bot that already can do this I suggest 4 shares. If it turns out you need to modify or develop a bot to do this, 24 shares for coding. Any objections, or should something be changed?

There were some additions/objections/suggestions to this bounty; two current proposals are to eliminate the bounty entirely or reduce the share count to 4.  To clarify, this bounty includes icons such as the send and receive icon, the "about devcoin" sidebar image, and the splash screen.
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I would like to propose a bounty for qt images and new icons.  8 shares for the images and icons used in the qt, 4 shares for the second best set of icons.

I would like to claim the following bounty with this article: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=investment_plan.  If there are no objections, I will receive 12 shares.  (Please feel free to go on the article and open a discussion on the talk page about corrections, inaccuracies, and improvements.)
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12 shares for the first five investment business plans, and 6 shares for the next five plans. The business plan would have to go on devtome, make sense, and be at least 500 words. The business plan can be about an investment club, investment strategy, speculation strategy, or another other way of making money by investing. It could also be about investing in non cryptocoin assets, like silver or stocks. If someone later makes a publicly traded company from that plan, the writer will get another six shares.

Finally, http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=where_to_spend_your_devcoins has been updated with http://altcoincards.com/ and businesses which are not accessible anymore have been moved to the bottom of the article.  If you know of a business that is not listed on the page, just contact me or add a short message to the article's talk page (http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=talk:where_to_spend_your_devcoins) and I will add the business.

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Sorry for the double post, but I am announcing something bounty-related.

Since there were no objections, the share distribution here is now finalized:
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Tagbond: 9 shares for devcoin integration
Sidhujag: 6 shares for working with Mark to get devcoin onto tag bonds exchange
EEh: 3 for tagbond site http://devcoin.tagbond.com/

This bounty is now active: (http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now&#vircurex_order_spread_api_call_or_bot) <-- Why are there question symbols when you hover over "API"?
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I agree that it would be great to place a spread of orders. If someone finds an API call that does this, or finds a bot that already can do this I suggest 4 shares. If it turns out you need to modify or develop a bot to do this, 24 shares for coding. Any objections, or should something be changed?

There were some additions/objections/suggestions to this bounty; two current proposals are to eliminate the bounty entirely or reduce the share count to 4.  To clarify, this bounty includes icons such as the send and receive icon, the "about devcoin" sidebar image, and the splash screen.
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I would like to propose a bounty for qt images and new icons.  8 shares for the images and icons used in the qt, 4 shares for the second best set of icons.

I would like to claim the following bounty with this article: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=investment_plan.  If there are no objections, I will receive 12 shares.  (Please feel free to go on the article and open a discussion on the talk page about corrections, inaccuracies, and improvements.)
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12 shares for the first five investment business plans, and 6 shares for the next five plans. The business plan would have to go on devtome, make sense, and be at least 500 words. The business plan can be about an investment club, investment strategy, speculation strategy, or another other way of making money by investing. It could also be about investing in non cryptocoin assets, like silver or stocks. If someone later makes a publicly traded company from that plan, the writer will get another six shares.

Finally, http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=where_to_spend_your_devcoins has been updated with http://altcoincards.com/ and businesses which are not accessible anymore have been moved to the bottom of the article.  If you know of a business that is not listed on the page, just contact me or add a short message to the article's talk page (http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=talk:where_to_spend_your_devcoins) and I will add the business.

According to alot of the work done per share I think the image
bounty should stand i did spend half a day doing it and had to edit the src to get them in.. I also addrd the qt about image in recently which was missing in 1.0.8...

I had to manually create the splashscreens and couldnt use mspaint because it doesnt support transparency I had to use an online image editor that does support it. The testnet imagges were all created aswell. The installer also had some images I put in.
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December 30, 2013, 03:16:21 AM
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12 shares for the first five investment business plans, and 6 shares for the next five plans. The business plan would have to go on devtome, make sense, and be at least 500 words. The business plan can be about an investment club, investment strategy, speculation strategy, or another other way of making money by investing. It could also be about investing in non cryptocoin assets, like silver or stocks. If someone later makes a publicly traded company from that plan, the writer will get another six shares.

I also would like to claim 12 shares based on my article located here:  http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=plan_for_investing_in_group_buys , of course that is if there are no objections.

I am extremely new to http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=start and this is just one of a few articles that I have written and I sincerely hope that it met the requirements and expectations of the site.  Thanks again to the admins for allowing me this opportunity.

I also noticed that I am on the bounty list for a previous bounty, but my username and articles do not appear to be on the receiver list for word count.  I'm sure that this just takes time, but I just wanted to make sure that I did not miss a step on my part.

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