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November 12, 2017, 08:19:54 PM
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btw: im wrote 2 weeks ago to compassion and asked them about BIBLEPAY coin and sponsoring all orphans from mining:


their answers was that they never heard any about BIBLEPAY, any mining, any sponsoring orphans by coins and when they saw my links about mining,pools,10% sponsoring to orphans told me that they dont know what is it


so? BIBLE_PAY: can you show any proofs about sponsoring to orphans and im asking you: how can we check all blocks from 0 genesis block?

thanks

Sorry, but you are a liar, the receipts are all there online on accountability.biblepay.org, and Ill post the biblepay organization account # here in a minute so anyone who wants to call the 800 # can check, give me a minute.

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November 12, 2017, 08:24:49 PM
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btw: im wrote 2 weeks ago to compassion and asked them about BIBLEPAY coin and sponsoring all orphans from mining:


their answers was that they never heard any about BIBLEPAY, any mining, any sponsoring orphans by coins and when they saw my links about mining,pools,10% sponsoring to orphans told me that they dont know what is it


so? BIBLE_PAY: can you show any proofs about sponsoring to orphans and im asking you: how can we check all blocks from 0 genesis block?

thanks

Sorry, but you are a liar, the receipts are all there online on accountability.biblepay.org, and Ill post the biblepay organization account # here in a minute so anyone who wants to call the 800 # can check, give me a minute.



Here you go guys: COMPASSION INTL
ORGANIZATION NAME: BIBLEPAY
ACCOUNT #: 07816292  

PHONE# : (800) 336-7676
HOURS:  Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Mailing address: Compassion International Colorado Springs, CO 80997
ORG CONTACT: ROBERT A.



All of our Actual Orphan ID #s are listed in accountability.biblepay.org in Orphan List | Active.  Go ahead and ask about one of them!  Please.

Also, the receipts I posted in EXPENSES are the actual payments I made on my credit card.  I have a copy here in case the IRS comes to my house.







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November 12, 2017, 08:25:40 PM
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hallo dev.. can i request airdrops plan please?
When is a plan for airdrops..

We started with zero premine and no ICO, but 1Q 2018 we will have some type of PR event, as long as we have an approved PR budget.


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November 12, 2017, 09:22:57 PM
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Hi Rob,

If these slanderers keep posting here we may like to consider not having a bitcointalk page. I'm not sure it's worth the trouble.

(Re: your earlier post about more testers): Sorry mate, I wont have mined enough before testing ends. I'm looking forward to running a sanctuary some time next year though.
Once it's up and running would someone be so kind as to write a step-by-step guide on how to set up a sanctuary please?

Thanks
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November 12, 2017, 10:14:17 PM
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whoa.. whats going on with the dissension? I went to the deer lease thursday and come back to broken threads, false accusations, and discord... whats the back story / catalyst? 
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November 12, 2017, 10:30:48 PM
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whoa.. whats going on with the dissension? I went to the deer lease thursday and come back to broken threads, false accusations, and discord... whats the back story / catalyst? 

Not 100% sure the catalyst, but lots of people coming in slandering Rob and the project, offering no proof, and spamming the threads.
I think we moved to a new thread so Rob could actively moderate it.

I speculate that it's just people who are upset at the amount of coins needed to run a sanctuary.
Sometimes I think that Christians are the worst thing about Christianity.
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November 12, 2017, 11:11:40 PM
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Hi Rob,

If these slanderers keep posting here we may like to consider not having a bitcointalk page. I'm not sure it's worth the trouble.

(Re: your earlier post about more testers): Sorry mate, I wont have mined enough before testing ends. I'm looking forward to running a sanctuary some time next year though.
Once it's up and running would someone be so kind as to write a step-by-step guide on how to set up a sanctuary please?

Thanks


It should calm down within a couple of weeks, its good for PR in the end.

I don't want to suggest you spend money, but, if you get a $5-per-month vultr node, you could start a sanctuary now in testnet and then transition it over at Christmas.

If you decide to here are the sanctuary instructions:

http://wiki.biblepay.org/Create_Sanctuary

Note that in testnet, the amount is current 500,000 bbp not 1.5MM BBP.


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November 12, 2017, 11:12:33 PM
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I guess RespectfulAdvice is coinpimp321?  It's easy to make a new account and post under another name but not so easy to write in a different style.  It's a shame some people just wont let things go.
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Hi Rob,

If these slanderers keep posting here we may like to consider not having a bitcointalk page. I'm not sure it's worth the trouble.

(Re: your earlier post about more testers): Sorry mate, I wont have mined enough before testing ends. I'm looking forward to running a sanctuary some time next year though.
Once it's up and running would someone be so kind as to write a step-by-step guide on how to set up a sanctuary please?

Thanks


It should calm down within a couple of weeks, its good for PR in the end.

I don't want to suggest you spend money, but, if you get a $5-per-month vultr node, you could start a sanctuary now in testnet and then transition it over at Christmas.

If you decide to here are the sanctuary instructions:

http://wiki.biblepay.org/Create_Sanctuary

Note that in testnet, the amount is current 500,000 bbp not 1.5MM BBP.



Thanks Rob,

Yes I will do that, but I don't have the 500,000 BBP yet. I will do though, just probably not before Christmas.

I did set up a Vultr node for mining and it seems to work well. Once I mine enough I will transition that over
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(oh and thanks for the sanctuary instructions! That's perfect!)
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November 12, 2017, 11:23:09 PM
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BiblePay already has 8,309 Full Nodes?! 
https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=bbp

Bitcoin only has 10,737 Full Nodes??
https://coin.dance/nodes

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Full_node

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BiblePay already has 8,309 Full Nodes?! 
https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=bbp

Bitcoin only has 10,737 Full Nodes??
https://coin.dance/nodes

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Full_node

Wow, I don't really know what that means but it sounds impressive!

Quick question, what if I added all these 8309 nodes to my config file? What would happen?
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November 12, 2017, 11:38:15 PM
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Hi Rob,

If these slanderers keep posting here we may like to consider not having a bitcointalk page. I'm not sure it's worth the trouble.

(Re: your earlier post about more testers): Sorry mate, I wont have mined enough before testing ends. I'm looking forward to running a sanctuary some time next year though.
Once it's up and running would someone be so kind as to write a step-by-step guide on how to set up a sanctuary please?

Thanks


It should calm down within a couple of weeks, its good for PR in the end.

I don't want to suggest you spend money, but, if you get a $5-per-month vultr node, you could start a sanctuary now in testnet and then transition it over at Christmas.

If you decide to here are the sanctuary instructions:

http://wiki.biblepay.org/Create_Sanctuary

Note that in testnet, the amount is current 500,000 bbp not 1.5MM BBP.



Thanks Rob,

Yes I will do that, but I don't have the 500,000 BBP yet. I will do though, just probably not before Christmas.

I did set up a Vultr node for mining and it seems to work well. Once I mine enough I will transition that over


Ok sweet.  If anyone does want to help in testnet, I have 90MM testnet coins so feel free to ask.  Its 500,000 in TestNet and the placeholder is just set at 1.5MM for Prod for Christmas.

Note:  Everyone in testnet except 217.182, all of your watchman are failing.  I found out today, there was a missing "~" in the instructions, so if your sanctuary says "WATCHDOG_EXPIRED", please edit your crontab -e by verifying the wiki.biblepay.org/create_sanctuary instructions.  Then run the crontab -e command from your command line and see if it works manually.  If it yields an empty response, that means its working, and in 15 mins your watchdog_expired error should dissapear.

We need to get testing to make the deadline.  Not one person has asked about how to get a retirement account balance or tested f8000 (a critical test).






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November 12, 2017, 11:43:56 PM
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BiblePay already has 8,309 Full Nodes?! 
https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=bbp

Bitcoin only has 10,737 Full Nodes??
https://coin.dance/nodes

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Full_node

Wow, I don't really know what that means but it sounds impressive!

Quick question, what if I added all these 8309 nodes to my config file? What would happen?
I bet we really do have 1100 full active nodes, because I have 1023 distinct connections here.  Its possible through churning, we had 4000 total.  I dont know where the others came from, probably other nodes from other coins on the same port, as I really doubt we have had more than 4000 though, but yea, thats impressive, and I think part of the reason we have over 1000 is because you have to be a full node to CPU mine, which is nice.

Anyway, you dont ever need more than about 5 seed nodes.  Technically you only need 1, (which is compiled in the wallet).  The code automatically immediately tries to find other peers by going through the first node, and it adds them to peers.dat.  So you end up with hundreds of nodes within an hour anyway and never need another addnode in the config file.

The only time you need a node is if you start fresh in a remote part of the country behind a firewall, with node.biblepay.org maxxed out, at that point you can add a node like inspect.biblepay.org to the config file, and when you start it will cluster quickly from there.


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November 12, 2017, 11:54:53 PM
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BiblePay already has 8,309 Full Nodes?! 
https://c-cex.com/?id=ws&shownodes=bbp

Bitcoin only has 10,737 Full Nodes??
https://coin.dance/nodes

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Full_node

Wow, I don't really know what that means but it sounds impressive!

Quick question, what if I added all these 8309 nodes to my config file? What would happen?
I bet we really do have 1100 full active nodes, because I have 1023 distinct connections here.  Its possible through churning, we had 4000 total.  I dont know where the others came from, probably other nodes from other coins on the same port, as I really doubt we have had more than 4000 though, but yea, thats impressive, and I think part of the reason we have over 1000 is because you have to be a full node to CPU mine, which is nice.

Anyway, you dont ever need more than about 5 seed nodes.  Technically you only need 1, (which is compiled in the wallet).  The code automatically immediately tries to find other peers by going through the first node, and it adds them to peers.dat.  So you end up with hundreds of nodes within an hour anyway and never need another addnode in the config file.

The only time you need a node is if you start fresh in a remote part of the country behind a firewall, with node.biblepay.org maxxed out, at that point you can add a node like inspect.biblepay.org to the config file, and when you start it will cluster quickly from there.



Interesting, I am learning so much!
Thanks
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November 12, 2017, 11:59:26 PM
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Hey all,

I'm kind of new to this coin but I was wondering if that kind of error was normal in my debug file:

2017-11-12 23:18:22 ERROR: CheckProofOfWork(1): BibleHash does not meet POW level, prevheight 16319.000000 pindexPrev 9784280155fdb4c881ac400be45af3e37b875009960398802b94148e4b9f75de
2017-11-12 23:18:22 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader(): proof of work failed
2017-11-12 23:18:22 Misbehaving: 123.119.22.74:65395 (0 -> 1)

I have quite a lot of these even from my own miners! Tried every version from 1000400 to the latest available and I still seem to be getting those.

Also, the block explorer has been down for quite a while (There was an error. Check your console. blocks)

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November 13, 2017, 12:39:58 AM
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Hey all,

I'm kind of new to this coin but I was wondering if that kind of error was normal in my debug file:

2017-11-12 23:18:22 ERROR: CheckProofOfWork(1): BibleHash does not meet POW level, prevheight 16319.000000 pindexPrev 9784280155fdb4c881ac400be45af3e37b875009960398802b94148e4b9f75de
2017-11-12 23:18:22 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader(): proof of work failed
2017-11-12 23:18:22 Misbehaving: 123.119.22.74:65395 (0 -> 1)

I have quite a lot of these even from my own miners! Tried every version from 1000400 to the latest available and I still seem to be getting those.

Also, the block explorer has been down for quite a while (There was an error. Check your console. blocks)


It means that 123.119 tried to send you a block with a high hash.
Check to see if the same IPs are doing it all the time?

In TestNet, lets see if we have this error in the debug files?


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November 13, 2017, 12:45:06 AM
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It's not always the same IP. I'm pretty much getting this error every few blocks on all my miners. (I've got about 15  Embarrassed). Some of the IPs are other miners and some of them are coming from my own miners.

How would I go about testing that in testnet? (I'm using Ubuntu).
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Sorry for double posting. Looks like I figured it out myself but I seem to be getting the same error?

2017-11-13 00:57:09
ProcessBlockFound::Generated 20000.00
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: CheckProofOfWork(1): BibleHash does not meet POW level, prevheight 32.000000 pindexPrev bf31fd7aa80dea509a5915fdd5060a4c24972460aeb8f6d2ddbb279df80db6ee
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader(): proof of work failed
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock: AcceptBlock FAILED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: ProcessBlockFound -- ProcessNewBlock() failed, block not accepted
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 CBlock(hash=176ead1800bd6c38fd80925b3c46ff0250fb34b836b435e028db8ae0b49b6a8a, ver=536870912, hashPrevBlock=bf31fd7aa80dea509a5915fdd5060a4c24972460aeb8f6d2ddbb279df80db6ee, hashMerkleRoot=203cadab088700acf65858e710feb4a7ea771084c88215473973c3504ad78053, nTime=1510534629, nBits=1e084b6f, nNonce=10178, vtx=1)
  CTransaction(hash=203cadab08, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=1, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000, 4294967295), coinbase 01210103)
    CTxOut(nValue=20000.00000000, scriptPubKey=2103658d77e8899e013d915de9db1f)
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Sorry for double posting. Looks like I figured it out myself but I seem to be getting the same error?

2017-11-13 00:57:09
ProcessBlockFound::Generated 20000.00
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: CheckProofOfWork(1): BibleHash does not meet POW level, prevheight 32.000000 pindexPrev bf31fd7aa80dea509a5915fdd5060a4c24972460aeb8f6d2ddbb279df80db6ee
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: CheckBlockHeader(): proof of work failed
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock: AcceptBlock FAILED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ERROR: ProcessBlockFound -- ProcessNewBlock() failed, block not accepted
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 ProcessNewBlock : ACCEPTED
2017-11-13 00:57:09 CBlock(hash=176ead1800bd6c38fd80925b3c46ff0250fb34b836b435e028db8ae0b49b6a8a, ver=536870912, hashPrevBlock=bf31fd7aa80dea509a5915fdd5060a4c24972460aeb8f6d2ddbb279df80db6ee, hashMerkleRoot=203cadab088700acf65858e710feb4a7ea771084c88215473973c3504ad78053, nTime=1510534629, nBits=1e084b6f, nNonce=10178, vtx=1)
  CTransaction(hash=203cadab08, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=1, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000, 4294967295), coinbase 01210103)
    CTxOut(nValue=20000.00000000, scriptPubKey=2103658d77e8899e013d915de9db1f)

Yeah, it appears you mined 31 blocks in testnet and then hit this snag again.  What OS bitness and flavor is this?  Ill try to reproduce in testnet.

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