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February 15, 2014, 11:41:32 AM
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Because BTC used to be at $1000 and now it's on $400  Tongue
I think DVC isn't exactly going up, I think BTC is falling down!

Wolong appears to be pumping it: https://twitter.com/GameOfDeception

Planning to take it to 500 satoshi or maybe even more Shocked

No sheeeeeeet :O 500 would be all time high :|

Why you think so exactly?

and DVC has been rising since few days.. Tongue

This should help understand what he means:

http://dvcusdchart.blisteringdevelopers.com/



Yes but this USD/altcoin price is affected by Bitcoin price so it doesn't tell much about exact altcoin itself.

That's his point. The DVC price is stable, not really rising or falling compared to the USD.

Now, if the btc price rises *and* the dvc price stays above 120 satoshis per btc, I'll be impressed.
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February 15, 2014, 12:37:41 PM
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Because BTC used to be at $1000 and now it's on $400  Tongue
I think DVC isn't exactly going up, I think BTC is falling down!

Wolong appears to be pumping it: https://twitter.com/GameOfDeception

Planning to take it to 500 satoshi or maybe even more Shocked

No sheeeeeeet :O 500 would be all time high :|

Why you think so exactly?

and DVC has been rising since few days.. Tongue

This should help understand what he means:

http://dvcusdchart.blisteringdevelopers.com/



Yes but this USD/altcoin price is affected by Bitcoin price so it doesn't tell much about exact altcoin itself.

That's his point. The DVC price is stable, not really rising or falling compared to the USD.

Now, if the btc price rises *and* the dvc price stays above 120 satoshis per btc, I'll be impressed.

I also would be impressed if this will be new stable price od DVC, I think not yet. Not in these times when all crypto world is coming through crisis.
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Last edit: February 15, 2014, 04:29:17 PM by Hunterbunter
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K these are the last few lines from the last two crashes:

Code:
socket recv error 113
disconnecting node 87.210.56.185:64099
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 198.13.219.75:53583
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 62.178.6.13:53993
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 120.149.117.234:61116
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 76.112.42.88:59594
socket send error 110
disconnecting node 196.3.37.251:64958
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees fb28578c3008736aa86d8a446df357cf9b2c862c1a56c2e4000c4d8585935660, 4050000000 < 5550000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 040cd7c9bdbc1d467df8a39b7717851f5de35b3e04f84c4e6b658e62f19c26dc, 500000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 2a544c0737a315fc8309e02b5616eda5978bd9eb0bcde0dd2f8e85b7918fc97c, 500000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
accepted connection 76.101.99.233:50815
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:50815, peer=76.101.99.233:50815
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:52333, peer=76.101.99.233:50815
accepted connection 204.8.11.7:55216
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=204.8.11.7:55216, peer=204.8.11.7:55216
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=204.8.11.7:52333, peer=204.8.11.7:55216
accepted connection 76.112.42.88:59701
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.112.42.88:59701, peer=76.112.42.88:59701
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.112.42.88:52333, peer=76.112.42.88:59701
accepted connection 174.1.41.181:61336
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=174.1.41.181:61336, peer=174.1.41.181:61336
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=174.1.41.181:52333, peer=174.1.41.181:61336
accepted connection 120.149.117.234:61782
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=120.149.117.234:61782, peer=120.149.117.234:61782
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=120.149.117.234:52333, peer=120.149.117.234:61782
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees fb28578c3008736aa86d8a446df357cf9b2c862c1a56c2e4000c4d8585935660, 4050000000 < 5550000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 040cd7c9bdbc1d467df8a39b7717851f5de35b3e04f84c4e6b658e62f19c26dc, 500000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 0ea2569f12a896b4e1a3e61724cc787658c5303f53b56f0bfc0092c4bc0b8913, 100000000 < 1050000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 2a544c0737a315fc8309e02b5616eda5978bd9eb0bcde0dd2f8e85b7918fc97c, 500000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 85.64.153.85:55435
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=85.64.153.85:55435, peer=85.64.153.85:55435
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=85.64.153.85:52333, peer=85.64.153.85:55435
accepted connection 37.203.108.123:22715
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=37.203.108.123:22715, peer=37.203.108.123:22715
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126028, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=37.203.108.123:52333, peer=37.203.108.123:22715
accepted connection 81.65.197.245:52101
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=81.65.197.245:52101, peer=81.65.197.245:52101
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=81.65.197.245:52333, peer=81.65.197.245:52101
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
accepted connection 87.212.171.144:36074
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.212.171.144:36074, peer=87.212.171.144:36074
Added time data, samples 161, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 70001, blocks=125751, us=127.0.0.1:52333, them=127.0.0.1:52333, peer=87.212.171.144:36074
getblocks 125752 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received getdata (285 invsz)

Code:
received getdata (500 invsz)
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
getblocks 124490 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 124989 1fa24ac39a2338f7a4143123c5a2afc63b92e3ce3df895a6a72c22b0de434c70
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 76.101.99.233:52684
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 203.214.49.183:61995
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 188.29.164.122:59197
received getdata (134 invsz)
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
ResendWalletTransactions()
getblocks 124990 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 125489 c2fad7699a0e36477fe403640ebdc769d6818626497e5a10cb85b43962bf457c
received getdata (134 invsz)
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
getblocks 125490 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 125989 c8ea56e9416a704dd46e13b51d7f961d14f93bf6257f9406314cdea12a082e4d
Flushed 5695 addresses to peers.dat  125ms
received getdata (134 invsz)
Added 1 addresses from 54.241.178.41: 497 tried, 5199 new
ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 4
keypool return 4
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 86.178.141.18:52514
getblocks 125990 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 126087 e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 0f19b03500d2237f9db546928d2e3cde5e05caa62d620a1a77dee0f9d787587d (poolsz 1)
 nActualTimespan = 81325 before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 86400 nActualTimespan = 81325
Before: 19020e38 00000000000000020e3800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 19020c46 00000000000000020c4677d56ecb49cbe28f9d56ecb49cbe28f9d56ecb49cbe1
received getdata for: tx 0f19b03500d2237f9db546928d2e3cde5e05caa62d620a1a77dee0f9d787587d
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 87.5.39.26:54672
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126102, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.5.39.26:54672, peer=87.5.39.26:54672
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126102, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.5.39.26:52333, peer=87.5.39.26:54672
Added 1 addresses from 68.150.138.90: 497 tried, 5200 new
socket recv error 113
disconnecting node 217.131.126.241:63854
accepted connection 87.212.171.144:52377
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126102, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.212.171.144:52377, peer=87.212.171.144:52377
Added time data, samples 24, offset -1 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 70001, blocks=125751, us=127.0.0.1:52333, them=127.0.0.1:52333, peer=87.212.171.144:52377
getblocks 125752 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received getdata (351 invsz)

Anything unusual there?

EDIT: and another time:

Code:
Before: 1901f0a0 0000000000000001f0a000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1901ef5a 0000000000000001ef5a6cccfdaf460256d64ccfdaf460256d64ccfdaf460256
Committing 25 changed transactions to coin database...
SetBestChain: new best=7f9084bd36c58aa6a783d3b096cd2392fc6fcec088b0fb7baa45818d41bde0c2  height=126135  log2_work=75.350619  tx=229510  date=2014-02-15 14:34:35 progress=0.072860
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
 nActualTimespan = 79133 before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 86400 nActualTimespan = 79133
Before: 1901ef5a 0000000000000001ef5a00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1901edad 0000000000000001edad699ea2410695d785cf3f7965beb2cdb2494cebb14081
Flushed 5721 addresses to peers.dat  143ms
accepted connection 80.180.211.85:54640
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=80.180.211.85:54640, peer=80.180.211.85:54640
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=80.180.211.85:52333, peer=80.180.211.85:54640
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 86.178.141.18:53830
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=86.178.141.18:53830, peer=86.178.141.18:53830
Added time data, samples 39, offset +5 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 32400, blocks=126132, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=86.178.141.176:52333, peer=86.178.141.18:53830
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 82.35.97.134:57976
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=82.35.97.134:57976, peer=82.35.97.134:57976
Added time data, samples 40, offset +9 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=82.35.97.134:52333, peer=82.35.97.134:57976
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 188.3.45.203:50749
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees a15220c6c6f96e96410fa872840cb29b0232e47607dd2eb650783d65eb0874fc, 4000000000 < 5500000000
accepted connection 70.192.13.20:13166
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=70.192.13.20:13166, peer=70.192.13.20:13166
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126132, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=0.0.0.0:52333, peer=70.192.13.20:13166
accepted connection 99.162.89.78:58068
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=99.162.89.78:58068, peer=99.162.89.78:58068
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126134, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=99.162.89.78:52333, peer=99.162.89.78:58068
ResendWalletTransactions()
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees a15220c6c6f96e96410fa872840cb29b0232e47607dd2eb650783d65eb0874fc, 4000000000 < 5500000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7 (poolsz 1)
 nActualTimespan = 79133 before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 86400 nActualTimespan = 79133
Before: 1901ef5a 0000000000000001ef5a00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1901edad 0000000000000001edad699ea2410695d785cf3f7965beb2cdb2494cebb14081
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
accepted connection 76.101.99.233:53443
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:53443, peer=76.101.99.233:53443
Added time data, samples 41, offset -23 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126132, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:52333, peer=76.101.99.233:53443
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees a15220c6c6f96e96410fa872840cb29b0232e47607dd2eb650783d65eb0874fc, 4000000000 < 5500000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
accepted connection 84.241.211.227:33488
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=84.241.211.227:33488, peer=84.241.211.227:33488
Added time data, samples 42, offset -1 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 70001, blocks=125751, us=127.0.0.1:52333, them=127.0.0.1:52333, peer=84.241.211.227:33488
getblocks 125752 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received getdata (384 invsz)

I've cross-posted this post if you want to reply on coinzen here: http://coinzen.org/index.php/topic,148.msg2364.html#msg2364
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February 15, 2014, 02:34:22 PM
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Let's start disscussing in coinzen.org !

@sidhujag, please refer to http://coinzen.org/index.php/topic,148.msg2354.html#msg2354

Earn Devcoins by Writing
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IXC: xnRKo3qSDdcPJ4pgTLER3orkquUVQXeLwf
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February 15, 2014, 05:46:26 PM
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you can stop mining from now)
coin2x.com will double your devcoins after 48 hours. try it)

Noone "doubles" money for free, what's the secret? (Smells like scam)
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February 15, 2014, 07:24:59 PM
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Wow look at the devcoin price!
-AM

Any news that caused todays price increase?

Nt that I know of at all, anyone know why devcoin is spiking?
-AM
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February 15, 2014, 07:30:34 PM
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Hello, 
May I please have a DVC writers account? My email sureshootin71@live.com
I have been writing songs, poetry and short stories since I was in middle school.
I have never been published, however, it is still a desire of mine.
Thank you,
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 When I woke up and got ready for school, I was in pure dread.
I'm a girl, 13. I dread going to school because I'm not well accepted. As a matter of fact I get BULLIED. And I am quite tired of it to be precise. Like I said I "WAS" in pure dread, as in past tense.
The rest of my decisions today were about to change my life! Thank God and Grandma!
 When I walked into the kitchen grandma was sitting there at the table eating her oatmeal. She could see it in my face, something was wrong. Grandma could see I was the unhappiest girl on the planet. Well, she didn't ask me what was wrong. Grandma said good morning dear, As I was getting my breakfast she began her story................


Go to http://www.devtome.com/doku.php and look at the writing under most recent to see others examples of writing. Also I do not mean to criticize your writing but it needs some work done to it.
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2 Request an account on Devtome

Well if you are reading this then you have already found devtome Smiley so congratulations!! To get a devtome writers account you will need to request one from a devtome admin. If your username starts with A-F, please message FuzzyBear on http://www.bitcointalk.org, if your username starts with G-O message Wiser, and if your username starts with P-Z message Dinkleberg.

In your message include your email address and a bit about yourself and 100 words of your first article. Then the admin will create your account and send you the password, and you will be able to create pages and edit the wiki. If you have a preference for a username, please indicate that in your signup request message. Otherwise your signup admin will use your Forum ID as your Devtome username.
(http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=how_to_get_setup_earning_devcoins_by_writing)
=================================================================================================You will have to PM Wiser for an account as well.
Thanks and good luck,
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February 16, 2014, 04:51:18 AM
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Do you guys know which exchange is the most popular for Devcoins? I'm using crypto-trade but it doesn't look like there's that much volume.
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February 16, 2014, 04:53:34 AM
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Do you guys know which exchange is the most popular for Devcoins? I'm using crypto-trade but it doesn't look like there's that much volume.

It's a good site, but my go-to is Vircurex. You can also use Cryptsy, but experience teaches that transactions are painfully slow.
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February 16, 2014, 05:17:22 AM
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K these are the last few lines from the last two crashes:

Code:
socket recv error 113
disconnecting node 87.210.56.185:64099
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 198.13.219.75:53583
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 62.178.6.13:53993
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 120.149.117.234:61116
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 76.112.42.88:59594
socket send error 110
disconnecting node 196.3.37.251:64958
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees fb28578c3008736aa86d8a446df357cf9b2c862c1a56c2e4000c4d8585935660, 4050000000 < 5550000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 040cd7c9bdbc1d467df8a39b7717851f5de35b3e04f84c4e6b658e62f19c26dc, 500000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 2a544c0737a315fc8309e02b5616eda5978bd9eb0bcde0dd2f8e85b7918fc97c, 500000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
accepted connection 76.101.99.233:50815
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:50815, peer=76.101.99.233:50815
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:52333, peer=76.101.99.233:50815
accepted connection 204.8.11.7:55216
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=204.8.11.7:55216, peer=204.8.11.7:55216
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=204.8.11.7:52333, peer=204.8.11.7:55216
accepted connection 76.112.42.88:59701
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.112.42.88:59701, peer=76.112.42.88:59701
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.112.42.88:52333, peer=76.112.42.88:59701
accepted connection 174.1.41.181:61336
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=174.1.41.181:61336, peer=174.1.41.181:61336
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=174.1.41.181:52333, peer=174.1.41.181:61336
accepted connection 120.149.117.234:61782
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=120.149.117.234:61782, peer=120.149.117.234:61782
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=120.149.117.234:52333, peer=120.149.117.234:61782
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees fb28578c3008736aa86d8a446df357cf9b2c862c1a56c2e4000c4d8585935660, 4050000000 < 5550000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 040cd7c9bdbc1d467df8a39b7717851f5de35b3e04f84c4e6b658e62f19c26dc, 500000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 0ea2569f12a896b4e1a3e61724cc787658c5303f53b56f0bfc0092c4bc0b8913, 100000000 < 1050000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 2a544c0737a315fc8309e02b5616eda5978bd9eb0bcde0dd2f8e85b7918fc97c, 500000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 85.64.153.85:55435
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=85.64.153.85:55435, peer=85.64.153.85:55435
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=85.64.153.85:52333, peer=85.64.153.85:55435
accepted connection 37.203.108.123:22715
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=37.203.108.123:22715, peer=37.203.108.123:22715
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126028, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=37.203.108.123:52333, peer=37.203.108.123:22715
accepted connection 81.65.197.245:52101
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=81.65.197.245:52101, peer=81.65.197.245:52101
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126033, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=81.65.197.245:52333, peer=81.65.197.245:52101
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
accepted connection 87.212.171.144:36074
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126036, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.212.171.144:36074, peer=87.212.171.144:36074
Added time data, samples 161, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 70001, blocks=125751, us=127.0.0.1:52333, them=127.0.0.1:52333, peer=87.212.171.144:36074
getblocks 125752 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received getdata (285 invsz)

Code:
received getdata (500 invsz)
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
getblocks 124490 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 124989 1fa24ac39a2338f7a4143123c5a2afc63b92e3ce3df895a6a72c22b0de434c70
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 76.101.99.233:52684
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 203.214.49.183:61995
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 188.29.164.122:59197
received getdata (134 invsz)
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
ResendWalletTransactions()
getblocks 124990 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 125489 c2fad7699a0e36477fe403640ebdc769d6818626497e5a10cb85b43962bf457c
received getdata (134 invsz)
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
getblocks 125490 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 125989 c8ea56e9416a704dd46e13b51d7f961d14f93bf6257f9406314cdea12a082e4d
Flushed 5695 addresses to peers.dat  125ms
received getdata (134 invsz)
Added 1 addresses from 54.241.178.41: 497 tried, 5199 new
ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 4
keypool return 4
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 86.178.141.18:52514
getblocks 125990 to e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 126087 e2c09f610e45d34dbfa6d5ed06a5ab5f24c839921895a0df8b95508019aa5595
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 0f19b03500d2237f9db546928d2e3cde5e05caa62d620a1a77dee0f9d787587d (poolsz 1)
 nActualTimespan = 81325 before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 86400 nActualTimespan = 81325
Before: 19020e38 00000000000000020e3800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 19020c46 00000000000000020c4677d56ecb49cbe28f9d56ecb49cbe28f9d56ecb49cbe1
received getdata for: tx 0f19b03500d2237f9db546928d2e3cde5e05caa62d620a1a77dee0f9d787587d
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees ea4ebaa22e64efbbb350d9e41cc94c125f0cfd6dea588c2cc85fcd5ffa93b43f, 100000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 87.5.39.26:54672
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126102, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.5.39.26:54672, peer=87.5.39.26:54672
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126102, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.5.39.26:52333, peer=87.5.39.26:54672
Added 1 addresses from 68.150.138.90: 497 tried, 5200 new
socket recv error 113
disconnecting node 217.131.126.241:63854
accepted connection 87.212.171.144:52377
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126102, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=87.212.171.144:52377, peer=87.212.171.144:52377
Added time data, samples 24, offset -1 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 70001, blocks=125751, us=127.0.0.1:52333, them=127.0.0.1:52333, peer=87.212.171.144:52377
getblocks 125752 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received getdata (351 invsz)

Anything unusual there?

EDIT: and another time:

Code:
Before: 1901f0a0 0000000000000001f0a000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1901ef5a 0000000000000001ef5a6cccfdaf460256d64ccfdaf460256d64ccfdaf460256
Committing 25 changed transactions to coin database...
SetBestChain: new best=7f9084bd36c58aa6a783d3b096cd2392fc6fcec088b0fb7baa45818d41bde0c2  height=126135  log2_work=75.350619  tx=229510  date=2014-02-15 14:34:35 progress=0.072860
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
 nActualTimespan = 79133 before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 86400 nActualTimespan = 79133
Before: 1901ef5a 0000000000000001ef5a00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1901edad 0000000000000001edad699ea2410695d785cf3f7965beb2cdb2494cebb14081
Flushed 5721 addresses to peers.dat  143ms
accepted connection 80.180.211.85:54640
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=80.180.211.85:54640, peer=80.180.211.85:54640
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=80.180.211.85:52333, peer=80.180.211.85:54640
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 86.178.141.18:53830
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=86.178.141.18:53830, peer=86.178.141.18:53830
Added time data, samples 39, offset +5 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 32400, blocks=126132, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=86.178.141.176:52333, peer=86.178.141.18:53830
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
accepted connection 82.35.97.134:57976
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=82.35.97.134:57976, peer=82.35.97.134:57976
Added time data, samples 40, offset +9 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=82.35.97.134:52333, peer=82.35.97.134:57976
socket recv error 110
disconnecting node 188.3.45.203:50749
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees a15220c6c6f96e96410fa872840cb29b0232e47607dd2eb650783d65eb0874fc, 4000000000 < 5500000000
accepted connection 70.192.13.20:13166
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=70.192.13.20:13166, peer=70.192.13.20:13166
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126132, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=0.0.0.0:52333, peer=70.192.13.20:13166
accepted connection 99.162.89.78:58068
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=99.162.89.78:58068, peer=99.162.89.78:58068
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126134, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=99.162.89.78:52333, peer=99.162.89.78:58068
ResendWalletTransactions()
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees a15220c6c6f96e96410fa872840cb29b0232e47607dd2eb650783d65eb0874fc, 4000000000 < 5500000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7 (poolsz 1)
 nActualTimespan = 79133 before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 86400 nActualTimespan = 79133
Before: 1901ef5a 0000000000000001ef5a00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1901edad 0000000000000001edad699ea2410695d785cf3f7965beb2cdb2494cebb14081
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
received getdata for: tx 57338fa13cdcca9cdc7b6d118a80e254f37d1629a06e5730712ffb9d3ab367e7
accepted connection 76.101.99.233:53443
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:53443, peer=76.101.99.233:53443
Added time data, samples 41, offset -23 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 32501, blocks=126132, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=76.101.99.233:52333, peer=76.101.99.233:53443
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees a15220c6c6f96e96410fa872840cb29b0232e47607dd2eb650783d65eb0874fc, 4000000000 < 5500000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : not enough fees 5e3ca13cb7d735d5d8d19d24f2249c7cb0b0b062f70e46f5af1e77e0c871ef58, 100000000 < 600000000
ERROR: CTxMemPool::accept() : nonstandard transaction type
accepted connection 84.241.211.227:33488
send version message: version 70001, blocks=126135, us=190.120.236.179:52333, them=84.241.211.227:33488, peer=84.241.211.227:33488
Added time data, samples 42, offset -1 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 70001, blocks=125751, us=127.0.0.1:52333, them=127.0.0.1:52333, peer=84.241.211.227:33488
getblocks 125752 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received getdata (384 invsz)

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February 16, 2014, 06:32:46 AM
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Do you guys know which exchange is the most popular for Devcoins? I'm using crypto-trade but it doesn't look like there's that much volume.

Vircurex has a good trade engine with decent volume (plus the shotgun bot works with it - https://github.com/hunterbunter/vircurex-python-shotgunbot. Cryptsy has a lot more volume and good for catching spikes.
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February 16, 2014, 11:27:41 AM
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DVC should be good. Looking forward to it
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February 16, 2014, 04:59:29 PM
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Are there any other DVC game sites besides the RapidBalls lotto?

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February 16, 2014, 07:07:45 PM
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Hello all, we are still looking for someone to represent Devcoin and speak at our Convention. If you would like to, please pm me or email, alex@cryptocurrencyconvention.com. Thank you!

Would an award encourage someone to speak?  If so, I'd like to propose something like the MiniMetalMaker "bounty".  If you speak at the convention, all travel expenses will be paid for (provided they are under $1500 - this can be changed), and you will also get admission to the convention paid for, through devcoin.  Whoever writes a speech and presentation (powerpoint, prezi, etc.) about devcoin, for the speaker, in turn gets 4 shares.   (the two people can be the same)

How does that sound?


If I had known like a year before this might have been doable. I'm unfortunately a polish passport holder and as such require a VISA that's done 6 months prior. *sad face* If it was in Europe I'd have done it.

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February 17, 2014, 01:44:00 AM
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Im noob and I have question! DevCoin wallet looks like old format. Has there been an updated release recently? I got mine back in Dec. 2013. It takes a while but its synced. I was just wondering if there was a newer version because the format looks old.

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February 17, 2014, 03:14:02 AM
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Are there any other DVC game sites besides the RapidBalls lotto?

That's the only one I'm aware of. Rapidballs is launching a mini casino soon, though, that will also incorporate DVC into it.
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February 17, 2014, 04:42:13 PM
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Hi,
   Obviously I am new to this forum and Devtome. I have been asked to request a Devtome Writer's account. Since my username is kendido, therefore this is directed to Wiser.

I am a blogger, poet, article as well as screen writer. Everyday I contribute at least 3 paid articles to different sites. I can supply links to my articles, both in the Ezine Articles (EZA) and other sites like BubbleWs(that is the real name of the site). I am operating at present 3 niche sites and 1 eCommerce.  My article writing topics range from technical subjects like Word Press, Search Engine Optimization; to relationship and family. I am fascinated by people who in spite of obstacles turn things around, so I have written about them in many of my articles.  My email address is conflictniche@gmail.com. I will prefer maintaining the same username as the one I use here.

 Below is a sample from one of my blogs on acne and pimples:

Nothing makes one look more ugly or aging than acne. Looking into the mirror and finding oneself staring at a face full of natural tattoos that are almost impossible to remove is nerve breaking to say the least. This is because, although everybody knows that aging is a natural process in the life of every human being. Yet all of us wish to remain young and wrinkle free forever. This is because it is implanted in human beings the desire of living and remaining young to time indefinite. One thing we must first realize is that the human skin is delicate and sensitive to strong chemicals and cosmetics. The result of applying indiscriminate creams and pomades might in the end damage our fragile skin, although our intention is always the opposite. That is why, it is always advisable to use natural remedies to slow down the process.

I wish my application will be considered.

Kenny Adetu (kendido)

 
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Hi,
   Obviously I am new to this forum and Devtome. I have been asked to request a Devtome Writer's account. Since my username is kendido, therefore this is directed to Wiser.

I am a blogger, poet, article as well as screen writer. Everyday I contribute at least 3 paid articles to different sites. I can supply links to my articles, both in the Ezine Articles (EZA) and other sites like BubbleWs(that is the real name of the site). I am operating at present 3 niche sites and 1 eCommerce.  My article writing topics range from technical subjects like Word Press, Search Engine Optimization; to relationship and family. I am fascinated by people who in spite of obstacles turn things around, so I have written about them in many of my articles.  My email address is conflictniche@gmail.com. I will prefer maintaining the same username as the one I use here.

 Below is a sample from one of my blogs on acne and pimples:

Nothing makes one look more ugly or aging than acne. Looking into the mirror and finding oneself staring at a face full of natural tattoos that are almost impossible to remove is nerve breaking to say the least. This is because, although everybody knows that aging is a natural process in the life of every human being. Yet all of us wish to remain young and wrinkle free forever. This is because it is implanted in human beings the desire of living and remaining young to time indefinite. One thing we must first realize is that the human skin is delicate and sensitive to strong chemicals and cosmetics. The result of applying indiscriminate creams and pomades might in the end damage our fragile skin, although our intention is always the opposite. That is why, it is always advisable to use natural remedies to slow down the process.

I wish my application will be considered.

Kenny Adetu (kendido)

 

Multiple large errors through that small excerpt... I was going to try to fix them for you but it'd require a pretty much complete rewrite.

(On that note, I guess my vote has been cast)
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  DevCoin & Dogecoin price change in % compare -

 
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February 18, 2014, 01:58:46 AM
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Im noob and I have question! DevCoin wallet looks like old format. Has there been an updated release recently? I got mine back in Dec. 2013. It takes a while but its synced. I was just wondering if there was a newer version because the format looks old.

Yes, search for devcoin on sourceforge

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