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February 22, 2014, 03:40:29 PM
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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

Its not official yet, better wait to find the first merged block before using it.

What is considered as the latest "official" version? I'm using 1.0.4 right now I think.
Old devcoin code thats on devcoin.org or latest one from sourceforge 1.0.16 if you must.

0.3.25.1-beta is the version I have.

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February 22, 2014, 06:14:25 PM
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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

Its not official yet, better wait to find the first merged block before using it.

What is considered as the latest "official" version? I'm using 1.0.4 right now I think.
Old devcoin code thats on devcoin.org or latest one from sourceforge 1.0.16 if you must.

0.3.25.1-beta is the version I have.
Thats the current official old devcoin code new one 0.8.5 is under testing we need more hash on hunterbunters pool to mine a block so we can switch versions.
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February 22, 2014, 07:07:35 PM
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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

Its not official yet, better wait to find the first merged block before using it.

What is considered as the latest "official" version? I'm using 1.0.4 right now I think.
Old devcoin code thats on devcoin.org or latest one from sourceforge 1.0.16 if you must.

0.3.25.1-beta is the version I have.
Thats the current official old devcoin code new one 0.8.5 is under testing we need more hash on hunterbunters pool to mine a block so we can switch versions.


Link? I can direct some hashing that way Wink

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February 22, 2014, 07:43:41 PM
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Does the devcoin-app have to stay open 24/7 or can it be shut down most of the time and opened just to check or use it, or let it run at a certain time each day for an hour or 2.

Most of the times when I check it's using 100k, 175k, or even up to 250k cpu just running in the background. Some of the times when I check it's only using 5k, 15k, 25k cpu, but most of the times it's in the much higher range of cpu usage.
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February 22, 2014, 07:45:19 PM
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Does the devcoin-app have to stay open 24/7 or can it be shut down most of the time and opened just to check or use it, or let it run at a certain time each day for an hour or 2.

Alot of times when I check it's using 100k, 175k, or even up to 250k cpu just running in the background, other times it's only using 5k, 15k, 25k cpu.

When it's open, you assist the network. But, yes, you can shut it down and open it back up any time. The problem with that is that you will have to wait for the blockchain to catch up every time if you close it.
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February 22, 2014, 07:52:18 PM
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How does anyones personal computer help assist the network by running the app ?
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February 22, 2014, 08:07:23 PM
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"When it's open, you assist the network."

I just set up the app 1 week ago and reinstalled it again yesterday, but this time correctly. That's why I'm asking you, "how does anyones personal computer help assist the network by running the app ?"

How does that work ?
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February 22, 2014, 08:09:57 PM
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"When it's open, you assist the network."

I just set up the app 1 week ago and reinstalled it again yesterday, but this time correctly. That's why I'm asking you, "how does anyones personal computer help assist the network by running the app ?"

How does that work ?

For one, you add to the list of clients that provide confirmations to the network.

I have also been told that fees are distributed to open clients, but I've never seen a fee deposit in my client.

I keep mine open 24/7. It doesn't eat up too much system resources. If it does, maybe you need more RAM.
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February 22, 2014, 09:46:48 PM
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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

Its not official yet, better wait to find the first merged block before using it.

What is considered as the latest "official" version? I'm using 1.0.4 right now I think.
Old devcoin code thats on devcoin.org or latest one from sourceforge 1.0.16 if you must.

0.3.25.1-beta is the version I have.
Thats the current official old devcoin code new one 0.8.5 is under testing we need more hash on hunterbunters pool to mine a block so we can switch versions.


Link? I can direct some hashing that way Wink

http://blisterpool.com/
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February 22, 2014, 10:17:18 PM
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I have 4 1k mb ram, which yields around 3.5 gb ram, but with browsers and different apps running at the same time, the cpu meter on my wxp-pc is up to 100% way too often.

I want to upgrade the cpu on this pc from amd-dl-cr-3500 to amd-dl-cr-5600, would that help keep the cpu meter level stay lower more of the time, with similar use of the pc ?

"For one, you add to the list of clients that provide confirmations to the network."

Does that mean that running it helps in the efforts of speeding up the mining of Bitcoins and Devcoins, which involves completing of blocks ?

So far I've been running the dvcn-app all the time.
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You can turn qt wallet on to check balance if its synced up to network, then it only has to dl latest blocks.

If I shut down the regular dvcn app 0.3.25.1-beta and start it again, doesn't it also start off counting blocks again at the block# it was at when closed, at least above 127,000, where it's at now ?

What is the qt-wallet, I noticed it on a download site as a recommended dvcn-app to download while I was looking for the most up to date dvcn-wallet-app.

I ended up downloading and installing this one:

dvcn-exp-w32-stp.exe (dec-2013-bld), which is similar to 0.3.25.1-bt-vrsn.

Is the qt-wallet the best of the dvcn wallets to download and run ?

Can the it take the place of the dvcn-exp-w32, 0.3.25.1-bt-vrsns, while also being able to do a whole lot more ?

In order to see what it's all about can I dnld and run the qt-wallet at the same time as the dvcn-exp-w32, 0.3.25.1-bt-vrsns. Does the qt-wallet use a different UI-window so that both apps can be run at the same time without interfering with eachother ?
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February 22, 2014, 11:18:18 PM
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Could someone on the thread please do me a solid and send a single Devcoin to:

13R863mFfoFp9vZ2Hrac1LK8sM2pa4c4fE


I am testing my new wallet I just downloaded.

I will update this post once I receive a Devcoin.


thank you,  Cheesy

I sent you some yesterday??

I did not get anything :/
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February 23, 2014, 12:59:29 AM
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Now that I've installed the dvcn wallet with all files downloaded, blocks are listed at over 127k, how can I test that it's fully working, being able to send and receive dvcns ?
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February 23, 2014, 02:14:51 AM
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Now that I've installed the dvcn wallet with all files downloaded, blocks are listed at over 127k, how can I test that it's fully working, being able to send and receive dvcns ?

If you have an account somewhere for devcoins or a trading account ie cryptsy or vircurex you can create an account and a deposit address...

You first need to buy devcoins by transfering in bitcoins to these exchanges and then buying devcoins for them. Then you can withdraw the coins to your qt wallet address you get in your recieve tab in qt..

You shoukd getthem in a few hours tops.
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Now that I've installed the dvcn wallet with all files downloaded, blocks are listed at over 127k, how can I test that it's fully working, being able to send and receive dvcns ?

If you have an account somewhere for devcoins or a trading account ie cryptsy or vircurex you can create an account and a deposit address...

You first need to buy devcoins by transfering in bitcoins to these exchanges and then buying devcoins for them. Then you can withdraw the coins to your qt wallet address you get in your recieve tab in qt..

You should get them in a few hours tops.

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You can turn qt wallet on to check balance if its synced up to network, then it only has to dl latest blocks.

If I shut down the regular-dvcn-app-0.3.25.1-beta and start it again, doesn't it also start off counting blocks again at the block# it was at right before it was  closed the last time, at least above 127,000, where it's at now ?

"What is the qt-wallet," I noticed it on a download site as a recommended dvcn-app to download while I was looking for the most up to date dvcn-wallet-app.

I ended up downloading and installing this one:

dvcn-exp-w32-stp.exe (dec-2013-bld), which is similar to 0.3.25.1-bt-vrsn.

Is the qt-wallet the best of the dvcn wallets to download and run ?

Can it take the place of the dvcn-exp-w32, 0.3.25.1-bt-vrsns, while also being able to do a whole lot more ?

In order to see what it's all about can I dnld and run the qt-wallet at the same time as the dvcn-exp-w32, 0.3.25.1-bt-vrsns. Does the qt-wallet use a different UI-window so that both apps can be run at the same time without interfering with eachother ?

Can you help sort this out, I have the standard-dvcn-wallet-app running, I have not downloaded and am not running the qt-wallet.
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February 23, 2014, 03:57:36 AM
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in crypto land the windows gui is always referred to as the qt wallet.. you already have it.
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February 23, 2014, 04:28:24 AM
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This:

dvcn-qt-29-Nov-2012.tgz

wallet was mentioned somewhere on this forum, so I downloaded it from here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/DeVCoin

just to check out if it was the "elusive" best standard dvcn-wlt-vrsn that I was looking for.

What is that dvcn-wallet all about, it has lots of folders and files not-found-included in the dvcn-exp-w32 (dec-2013-bld) or 0.3.25.1-bt, vrsns and vice-versa.

There were no same named folders and the "only same files" were the receiver files, 1-17.csv, listed in the main folder: devcoin-qt.
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February 23, 2014, 05:18:39 AM
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This:

dvcn-qt-29-Nov-2012.tgz

wallet was mentioned on this forum and can be downloaded from here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/DeVCoin

What is that dvcn-wallet all about, it has lots of folders and files not included in the dvcn-exp-w32 (dec-2013-bld) or 0.3.25.1-bt, vrsns.

Go to http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin and try those.
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This:

dvcn-qt-29-Nov-2012.tgz

wallet was mentioned on this forum and can be downloaded from here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/DeVCoin

What is that dvcn-wallet all about, it has lots of folders and files not included in the dvcn-exp-w32 (dec-2013-bld) or 0.3.25.1-bt, vrsns.

Go to http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin and try those.

What I meant to say was:

I am using the dvcn-exp-w32 (dec-2013-bld) wallet, which just by chance I found in one of the posts on this forum.

It is basicly the same or similar (possibly-updated in some ways) to the dvcn-wallet-vrsn found at devcoin.com and devtome.com, which is the 0.3.25.1-bt vrsn.

1) I had noticed the term dvcn-qt-wallet being used here and there on this forum.

2) Also just by chance I was reading on this forum in a post about another kind of dvcn-wallet-vrsn called: dvcn-qt-29-Nov-2012.tgz,

3) so I downloaded it from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/DeVCoin

just to compare it to the other 2 dvcn-wlt-app vrsns mentioned above.

4) When I opened up the dvcn-qt-11-29-12-apps folders it had alot of folders and files not found in the other 2 versions mentioned above.

So I was just asking you what that differently configured kind of dvcn-qt-wallet was used for, because it has "qt" which stands for windows" in the name and I am using a "windows-os" to run the dvcn-wlt-app.

And it has so many other kinds of folders and files that are not found in the other 2 dvcn-wlt vrsns mentioned above.

Its main folder is named: devcoin-qt.

The only folders-files that were the same were the "receiver files 1-17.csv" listed in the main folder.

I was just checking out the dvcn-qt-11-29-12 version while I was looking for the best "pre-configured-w32-dvcn-wlt-app" available. Dvcn-qt was in the apps name so I just checked it out to see if it was the "elusive best dvcn-wlt-w32-vrsn to use," that I was looking for.

If "dvcn-qt or just "dvcn" by itself was not in that apps name I never would have downloaded it to check out what it was and most likely wouldn't have needed to ask you about it, "what is it for, what does it do."
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February 23, 2014, 09:22:59 PM
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Could someone on the thread please do me a solid and send a single Devcoin to:

13R863mFfoFp9vZ2Hrac1LK8sM2pa4c4fE


I am testing my new wallet I just downloaded.

I will update this post once I receive a Devcoin.


thank you,  Cheesy

I received 1000 + 707 + 1 + 5 DVC on 127212 Blocks

Thank you very much   Kiss
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