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June 04, 2019, 03:28:23 PM
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** Two Ways to get Sha256 Hash of a BiblePay binary **

Method 1:  
Download the binary, and once you know its name you can type it in the browser to get the sha256hash:
For example:  You use the windows 64 bit release, the downloaded filename is : biblepayevo64.exe
URL:  https://biblepay.org/biblepayevo64.hash.htm
(You can bookmark the URL for your platform).

Method 2:
Navigate to the https://biblepay.org website and click on the Top level menu | Wallet | Expand the subsection for your OS | Click on Release Name - Hash

** Two ways to verify the Sha hash per OS **

Method 1 (Linux):
Type sha256sum downloaded_file_name

Method 2 (Windows):
certutil -hashfile downloaded_file_name

NOTE:  We are still deploying this solution, so at this time only the Windows hashes are available.  MIP will update us when the Linux hashes are available.
(These will all automatically update each time we release).



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June 04, 2019, 03:28:53 PM
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** Two Ways to get Sha256 Hash of a BiblePay binary **

Method 1: 
Download the binary, and once you know its name you can type it in the browser to get the sha256hash:
For example:  You use the windows 64 bit release, the downloaded filename is : biblepayevo64.exe
URL:  https://biblepay.org/biblepayevo64.hash.htm
(You can bookmark the URL for your platform).

Method 2:
Navigate to the https://biblepay.org website and click on the Top level menu | Wallet | Expand the subsection for your OS | Click on Release Name - Hash

** Two ways to verify the Sha hash per OS **

Method 1 (Linux):
Type sha256sum downloaded_file_name

Method 2 (Windows):
certutil -hashfile downloaded_file_name

NOTE:  We are still deploying this solution, so at this time only the Windows hashes are available.  MIP will update us when the Linux hashes are available.
(These will all automatically update each time we release).


Just downloaded from the website and cross checked the sha256 hash, looks good! Also, a tip for users who use 7Zip, you can go to settings and enable "CRC SHA" as a context menu item, so you can check all files easily on right click.

While you're at it, could you perhaps look into signing the exe so that Windows treats it with more confidence and new users don't doubt the validity of the files?
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June 04, 2019, 03:30:19 PM
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Where do you see sourcelink that is wrong (we now have millions of lines of code and multiple sites and systems)?

www.biblepay.org -> WALLET -> Source

Fixed.  Thanks.


I also have a request :
To add sha256sum of Binaries release (tar files of executables) in github, so I could make sure the released version is untempered by hackers.

I guess it is high time we start releasing the sha256 hash of our binaries on our web site.

We will implement this in our build scripts over the next 14 days.

Ill get back to the forum here with a post when it is working.


Just downloaded from the website and cross checked the sha256 hash, looks good!

While you're at it, could you perhaps look into signing the exe so that Windows treats it with more confidence and new users don't doubt the validity of the files?

Yes, MIP and I will discuss a bullet point during our next dev conf call.



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June 04, 2019, 03:52:43 PM
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I see our Average difficulty is about Twice what it was before!  Congratulations.

See pool.biblepay.org | Reports | Difficulty History


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June 04, 2019, 04:03:07 PM
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People who are entering diary entries, could you please be more specific as to who you prayed for and what happened?

For example someone put:  Prayed for Leukemia to leave body

Lets say: Prayed for Joe's Leukemia to leave the body... and he said he felt better
(Or leave the end off if nothing happened)... (Or put and he was healed immediately) if he was healed.

And optionally- add where you did this (at the mall, on the street corner, at WalMart) etc.
And optionally the date.

I just want it to be specific so we can eventually showcase good ones on our overview page.

If you took a video of this please paste the URL at the end.


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Last edit: June 04, 2019, 05:01:29 PM by Mart1250
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How is it possible that with the same evo version (both 64bit) I have 2 different layouts on 2 different machines?, one at the old layout and one at a new layout. The loading screen is different too, old and new. One machine runs windows 10 and the other runs Windows server 2012 R2 Datacenter Edition. Same installer.

Edit: I even tried copying the exact same installer that I downloaded on my win10 machine to my windows server 2012 machine and it still shows the old layout?

Edit 2: Fixed... I think there are some register entries that are read from the old version. I changed it in the interface menu.

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June 04, 2019, 05:34:49 PM
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Code:
  {
    "account": "",
    "address": "BHmM5aRfQ1GVbri4t9uyAc2A4bZ6orjnU7",
    "category": "send",
    "amount": -44119.99959200,
    "vout": 1,
    "fee": -0.00040800,
    "confirmations": 0,
    "bcconfirmations": 0,
    "trusted": true,
    "txid": "56c390c58c976285989d89dca1c512ccd0abf2d84843e56b76ee10a8472043d9",
    "walletconflicts": [
    ],
    "time": 1559668021,
    "timereceived": 1559668021,
    "bip125-replaceable": "no",
    "abandoned": false
  }

How can i recover the transactions > i see     "confirmations": 0, "bcconfirmations": 0,
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June 04, 2019, 06:03:07 PM
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How is it possible that with the same evo version (both 64bit) I have 2 different layouts on 2 different machines?, one at the old layout and one at a new layout. The loading screen is different too, old and new. One machine runs windows 10 and the other runs Windows server 2012 R2 Datacenter Edition. Same installer.

Edit: I even tried copying the exact same installer that I downloaded on my win10 machine to my windows server 2012 machine and it still shows the old layout?

Edit 2: Fixed... I think there are some register entries that are read from the old version. I changed it in the interface menu.

Regards,

Mart

Yeah, on Windows this is possible because we still use the same key-hive (biblepay) in both Classic and Evo.  In Classic, it had a setting name for the theme and we respect it, but on new installs we set it to be "Bezaleel" (the nice one).    You can get the key hive name by looking in the log under "QT-Settings", I believe we write it now (we also write it in linux, and a linux user can edit that file).

Or, you can just edit the settings in the UI and re-save once you upgrade Smiley.

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June 04, 2019, 06:04:36 PM
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Code:
  {
    "account": "",
    "address": "BHmM5aRfQ1GVbri4t9uyAc2A4bZ6orjnU7",
    "category": "send",
    "amount": -44119.99959200,
    "vout": 1,
    "fee": -0.00040800,
    "confirmations": 0,
    "bcconfirmations": 0,
    "trusted": true,
    "txid": "56c390c58c976285989d89dca1c512ccd0abf2d84843e56b76ee10a8472043d9",
    "walletconflicts": [
    ],
    "time": 1559668021,
    "timereceived": 1559668021,
    "bip125-replaceable": "no",
    "abandoned": false
  }

How can i recover the transactions > i see     "confirmations": 0, "bcconfirmations": 0,

This tx is not on the main chain. 
If you -zapwallettxes=1  it will erase the orphan from your wallet, then just re-send it.


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June 04, 2019, 06:05:47 PM
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Wow, with 115K diff and QT starting in a couple days it appears to be a nicer environment for investors.


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June 04, 2019, 06:37:44 PM
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****  BUG BOUNTY PROGRAM UPDATE ****

I added new bug bounty program bounties:
https://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=408.msg6046#msg6046

The first rewards a white-hat-hacker for porting POBH to GPU.

The second rewards a white-hat-hacker for exploiting a GSC contract.

The third is the normal request for an upstream security bug.



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June 04, 2019, 06:51:49 PM
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Although we dont have the override yet for the client side transmission frequency, you can do this:
pog_foundationdonation=0
pog_coinagepercentage=0
healing_foundationdonation=0
healing_coinagepercentage=0

From your VMS and that will prevent it from sending a transmission.

I just added :
disablegsctransmission=1

To the next version.  This will stop the wallet from sending any.
So, my assumption was the same with those "0" so I add it to my VPSs (with disablegsctransmission=1). It was looking that it's OK, but then I realized the maybe it's needed to copy newest version of wallet (with registered CPK). So I copied newest wallet to my VPSs, restart wallet, unlocked it and ... Sad went to bed, because it was too late.
Today after I came back from work I was badly surprised.
all of my VPSs sent default 2,5BBP GSCC Sad and 2 times because it was more than 12h.
So, now I'm totally without coinage Sad
There were light in the dark with 1432, I add disableclientsidetransmission=1 to all my configs, but 2 of my VPS sent GSCC again despite of that. I don't know why. Maybe that config wast just badly saved. I edit it again and now it looks that it's working properly, but with my 0 coinage I'm out of play Smiley Sad
But thanks for the update Smiley
I have few questions:
Is it needed to have newest version with registered CPK on VPS?
Is it needed to have it unlocked? (I'm using -headlesspassword)
I was looking with "exec testgscvote" on contracts and there is stated that last superblock was 123430, but I haven't any payment. Or am I looking at it badly?
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June 04, 2019, 07:04:01 PM
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Although we dont have the override yet for the client side transmission frequency, you can do this:
pog_foundationdonation=0
pog_coinagepercentage=0
healing_foundationdonation=0
healing_coinagepercentage=0

From your VMS and that will prevent it from sending a transmission.

I just added :
disablegsctransmission=1

To the next version.  This will stop the wallet from sending any.
So, my assumption was the same with those "0" so I add it to my VPSs (with disablegsctransmission=1). It was looking that it's OK, but then I realized the maybe it's needed to copy newest version of wallet (with registered CPK). So I copied newest wallet to my VPSs, restart wallet, unlocked it and ... Sad went to bed, because it was too late.
Today after I came back from work I was badly surprised.
all of my VPSs sent default 2,5BBP GSCC Sad and 2 times because it was more than 12h.
So, now I'm totally without coinage Sad
There were light in the dark with 1432, I add disableclientsidetransmission=1 to all my configs, but 2 of my VPS sent GSCC again despite of that. I don't know why. Maybe that config wast just badly saved. I edit it again and now it looks that it's working properly, but with my 0 coinage I'm out of play Smiley Sad
But thanks for the update Smiley
I have few questions:
Is it needed to have newest version with registered CPK on VPS?
Is it needed to have it unlocked? (I'm using -headlesspassword)
I was looking with "exec testgscvote" on contracts and there is stated that last superblock was 123430, but I haven't any payment. Or am I looking at it badly?
Thanks
Hmm, yeah I find myself in similar situations as you, think of it for the greater good.  Today I gave GIN one of my sancs for example to test with for 60 days.

So you dont need the latest version of the program, unless we make a breaking change. 
But, as far as 'needing to have a CPK' on VPS, (on a side note, you can make a CPK for your VPS wallets and keep a different one with your main controller wallet), but yes, you do need a CPK on your mining wallets because when we enable ABN, the ABN signs the weight with your CPK.  Today you don't need it but we will soon - so its better to set it up now.

Yes, wallet does need to be unlocked with headlesspassword, or it cannot create the GSC transmission (this is where it pays the stake to itself).  So one option is to keep less BBP on the VMSs and leave an unencrypted wallet and keep the lions share in your home encrypted wallet.

On 123430, that was paid, but it all went to worldpeace.  Note that your rewards are always one day behind, so your reward will be in block 123635.  So you did not miss it yet.
Type in 'leaderboard true last' to see what you will receive in 123635.  (that means "true"=your own, last= what will be paid in the next superblock).

The GUI leaderboard shows the *next* leaderboard, which will be at 12635+205 (the future).


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June 04, 2019, 07:25:56 PM
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** SouthXChange is back online and up on Evo **

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How is it possible that with the same evo version (both 64bit) I have 2 different layouts on 2 different machines?, one at the old layout and one at a new layout. The loading screen is different too, old and new. One machine runs windows 10 and the other runs Windows server 2012 R2 Datacenter Edition. Same installer.

Edit: I even tried copying the exact same installer that I downloaded on my win10 machine to my windows server 2012 machine and it still shows the old layout?

Edit 2: Fixed... I think there are some register entries that are read from the old version. I changed it in the interface menu.

Regards,

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Yeah, on Windows this is possible because we still use the same key-hive (biblepay) in both Classic and Evo.  In Classic, it had a setting name for the theme and we respect it, but on new installs we set it to be "Bezaleel" (the nice one).    You can get the key hive name by looking in the log under "QT-Settings", I believe we write it now (we also write it in linux, and a linux user can edit that file).

Or, you can just edit the settings in the UI and re-save once you upgrade Smiley.


At first I thought I had downloaded a wrong version, very confusing. But it's clear now. Smiley Thanks.

Regards,

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June 04, 2019, 09:01:08 PM
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When we first started some of the bitcointalk mods said our volume was not indicative of the money we raised for Charity (which it was actually if you look at the particular days we sold for compassion).

But nevertheless I invite anyone who wants to vouch for our volume to watch the volume on SX on the day we sell compassion (like today for example).  I'll be glad to post before and after and sell while Theymos is watching live.


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June 04, 2019, 09:07:51 PM
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*** LETTER WRITING FEES RAISED ***


Since we need 79 letters written in the next 60 days, I raised the reward to 8200 BBP for letter writers.

Also, please note we have 3 letters written that need voted on.

See:

https://pool.biblepay.org


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how are these numbers calculated?

  "networkhashps": 33286950618.98179,
  "networkmhashps": 33286.95061898,
  "hashps": 25552663236.46152,

because it shows network hashs as 33Gh/s
and my this one machine is 25Gh/s
my 3 machines in pool doing 58Gh/s so network h/s should be much higher... no?
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how are these numbers calculated?

  "networkhashps": 33286950618.98179,
  "networkmhashps": 33286.95061898,
  "hashps": 25552663236.46152,

because it shows network hashs as 33Gh/s
and my this one machine is 25Gh/s
my 3 machines in pool doing 58Gh/s so network h/s should be much higher... no?

My hashps is also something like 70% of the network hashps. But what is weird is that hashps grows indefinitely, even though my computer outputs the same work. Looks like something is adding to the number instead of updating it. So I reckon the number you see in the first few minutes of mining is your real hashps, because then my hashps was less than 0.5% of network hashps. I hope we helped in diagnosing this.
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yes, maybe Smiley. also it is too high for cpu hashing Smiley, 40 cores on 2.8ghz i think are not able to do 20Gh/s
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