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November 06, 2014, 07:21:49 PM
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There is something wrong with Caps explorer http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/. It is showing wrong amount on my adr.
Adr. F3Yjy8peDRasTP1TCBWKen6hsNcJdhr6xP. It is showing 31652 Caps while I have 28040 in my wallet Huh Huh Huh

Same here, it shows a little more than there actually is in my wallet. Maybe the CCE-dev could check it out? It's not a big diff but it's nice when it's corresponds. As far as I remember it has something to do with orhan blocks. Not sure there.



Again,

There can be differences between what a wallet reports and what the explorer states.

A coin wallet uses hidden addresses and negative values to display amounts. The explorer adds/subtracts from actual transactions it sees on the network.

It is not unusual for them not to match.


I'd say it cannot account for the differences some people experience. In my case CCE always shows an exact amount of Cap too much. (couple of 1000). But whats more, when I check

http://cap.blockx.info/richlist/

I see the right amount which corresponds with my wallet. So maybe you could check it again? I wouldn't be surprised if you find orphan blocks that account for the experienced differences. If I am not wrong, it started close to the roll back we had soon after the July hard fork. (But of that I am not sure though.)

Thanks for your trouble!




Concerning the Bottlecaps explorer on cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com

It looks like the last patch introduced a bug in the orphan detection routine that would not have been caught until the routine was called in actual online use.

I will be patching all the explorers this weekend as each one will require some down time to patch and partially rebuild the database.
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November 06, 2014, 07:33:24 PM
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I'd prefer a utilitarian wallet over all else. I suggested the font awesome icons as they're currently used by other wallets like Vericoin. I like the idea of the block re-combination feature MOST because automation of that process is time I get back in my life.
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November 08, 2014, 02:13:25 PM
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What updates do we want to see for 2.3?

I have had a request for Autosavings updates, including custom send address. I can do that.

I was planning on doing the windows safe shutdown, and the combine/split threshold updates, to help keep blocks more manageable.

Obviously the new icons.

Anything else?


Hi Tranz,

So where do we stand? What do you need to be able to program the 2.3 version. If there's anything we can do to help, just let it be known!


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November 09, 2014, 12:33:11 AM
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What updates do we want to see for 2.3?

I have had a request for Autosavings updates, including custom send address. I can do that.

I was planning on doing the windows safe shutdown, and the combine/split threshold updates, to help keep blocks more manageable.

Obviously the new icons.

Anything else?


Hi Tranz,

So where do we stand? What do you need to be able to program the 2.3 version. If there's anything we can do to help, just let it be known!



Not much, I just need the ability to clone myself. Send one off to work, one to work on crypto and one to keep the kids from killing each other!  Wink

Seriously though I was waiting to see what direction we wanted to go.

It seems like there are a few core updates that are needed. Including updates for Autosavings, auto combine/split updates and a few other small core issues. It also seems we want to go the route of adding the ability to change the skin of the wallet on the fly. I can add this ability, but I still have yet to see one person come forth that wants to or has the knowledge of how to add new skins.

Can anyone does this?

If I just add the code to allow the wallet to switch on the fly, it will be useless unless people add new skins.  Otherwise I do like the new icons and I can update to use them straight up.


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Got an 8yo and twin 5yo's...Two words - Perler Beads; ever 30-60 minutes you may have to melt plastic with the iron but outside of that, peace.
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November 09, 2014, 03:12:22 PM
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What updates do we want to see for 2.3?

I have had a request for Autosavings updates, including custom send address. I can do that.

I was planning on doing the windows safe shutdown, and the combine/split threshold updates, to help keep blocks more manageable.

Obviously the new icons.

Anything else?


Hi Tranz,

So where do we stand? What do you need to be able to program the 2.3 version. If there's anything we can do to help, just let it be known!
Not much, I just need the ability to clone myself. Send one off to work, one to work on crypto and one to keep the kids from killing each other!  Wink

Seriously though I was waiting to see what direction we wanted to go.

It seems like there are a few core updates that are needed. Including updates for Autosavings, auto combine/split updates and a few other small core issues. It also seems we want to go the route of adding the ability to change the skin of the wallet on the fly. I can add this ability, but I still have yet to see one person come forth that wants to or has the knowledge of how to add new skins.

Can anyone does this?

If I just add the code to allow the wallet to switch on the fly, it will be useless unless people add new skins.  Otherwise I do like the new icons and I can update to use them straight up.

As far as I know the skin-thing was only once suggested and considering the fact that you don't have ample time I'd say lets get a new 2.3 version out with the updates you mentioned and leave it there for now. I can only speak for myself but I am perfectly happy with the way it looks already.
And that way you can also just focus on programming the HBN fork which probably is quite time consuming as well.






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November 09, 2014, 05:36:13 PM
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FREE publicity, get it while it's still free,

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If you have a press release about Bottlecaps and want us to publish it, we will.
If you have an article about Bottlecaps coin and you want us to publish it, we will.

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If you want to have a small size banner advertising Bottlecaps coin in our publication we could do that too.


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Got an 8yo and twin 5yo's...Two words - Perler Beads; ever 30-60 minutes you may have to melt plastic with the iron but outside of that, peace.

Pretty much in the same boat, but Irish twins of ~ the same age.



As far as I know the skin-thing was only once suggested and considering the fact that you don't have ample time I'd say lets get a new 2.3 version out with the updates you mentioned and leave it there for now. I can only speak for myself but I am perfectly happy with the way it looks already.
And that way you can also just focus on programming the HBN fork which probably is quite time consuming as well.


Fork for HBN is close to complete, running it through testing now..

I think I can do the things I mentioned for 2.3 for caps and also look to add the skin ability.  Most likely an early Christmas present.

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November 10, 2014, 03:03:54 AM
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Hi Tranz + Caps HNB lovers. : D

Any way to get Caps/HBN going on a Ras Pi?

I think because it uses QT5 that is the prob

Ras Pi is ARM 32 Bit

but Peercoin will compile as per here : http://www.ppcointalk.org/index.php?topic=186.msg572#msg572

however error i get is :

Qmake error : unknown widgets

Which i guess means "Wrong fucking qt chump!"

Pi seems to have had qt5-dev etc in its apt-get but it seems to have been pulled??


any solutions ? - getting CAPs and HBN into Pi could well help engagement as a PoW/PoS hybrid.

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Hi Tranz + Caps HNB lovers. : D

Any way to get Caps/HBN going on a Ras Pi?

I think because it uses QT5 that is the prob

Ras Pi is ARM 32 Bit

but Peercoin will compile as per here : http://www.ppcointalk.org/index.php?topic=186.msg572#msg572

however error i get is :

Qmake error : unknown widgets

Which i guess means "Wrong fucking qt chump!"

Pi seems to have had qt5-dev etc in its apt-get but it seems to have been pulled??


any solutions ? - getting CAPs and HBN into Pi could well help engagement as a PoW/PoS hybrid.

Cheers.

Hey DI.

I have have compiled the daemon to run on Pi about a year ago for HBN.  See this thread https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/8233-pihobonickels/ It runs pretty good, but the memory required for HBN are tough.

If you are referring to a QT version I haven't tried it so I am not sure. But I can tell you that HBN and pretty sure CAPs are both QT 4 and 5 compatible.  I'll have to test CAPs for sure on my 12.04 Ub system. But I know for sure it works for HBN, and the code base is very close. If there is a specific error it can be corrected no problem.  

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November 10, 2014, 07:12:52 AM
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Hi Tranz + Caps HNB lovers. : D

Any way to get Caps/HBN going on a Ras Pi?

I think because it uses QT5 that is the prob

Ras Pi is ARM 32 Bit

but Peercoin will compile as per here : http://www.ppcointalk.org/index.php?topic=186.msg572#msg572

however error i get is :

Qmake error : unknown widgets

Which i guess means "Wrong fucking qt chump!"

Pi seems to have had qt5-dev etc in its apt-get but it seems to have been pulled??


any solutions ? - getting CAPs and HBN into Pi could well help engagement as a PoW/PoS hybrid.

Cheers.

Hey DI.

I have have compiled the daemon to run on Pi about a year ago for HBN.  See this thread https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/8233-pihobonickels/ It runs pretty good, but the memory required for HBN are tough.

If you are referring to a QT version I haven't tried it so I am not sure. But I can tell you that HBN and pretty sure CAPs are both QT 4 and 5 compatible.  I'll have to test CAPs for sure on my 12.04 Ub system. But I know for sure it works for HBN, and the code base is very close. If there is a specific error it can be corrected no problem.  

Hey thanks a lot for the answer I will check out your guide and follow it.

so did you cross compile from 12.04 ?  

anyhow i will try this, i'm sure i can inch my way towards getting this going.

If i do have success i may try to make a "for dummies" version of these , CAPs and HBN

again cheers for the response.

maybe my problem was a dependencies one? - the Pi is a B+ but it is still ARM and 32Bit -

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Hey thanks a lot for the answer I will check out your guide and follow it.

so did you cross compile from 12.04 ?  

anyhow i will try this, i'm sure i can inch my way towards getting this going.

If i do have success i may try to make a "for dummies" version of these , CAPs and HBN

again cheers for the response.

maybe my problem was a dependencies one? - the Pi is a B+ but it is still ARM and 32Bit -
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No I didn't cross compile. I compiled on the Pi. It takes a while, but it worked out.  Hard to say what your error exactly was, do you have a full log?

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Hey thanks a lot for the answer I will check out your guide and follow it.

so did you cross compile from 12.04 ?  

anyhow i will try this, i'm sure i can inch my way towards getting this going.

If i do have success i may try to make a "for dummies" version of these , CAPs and HBN

again cheers for the response.

maybe my problem was a dependencies one? - the Pi is a B+ but it is still ARM and 32Bit -

No I didn't cross compile. I compiled on the Pi. It takes a while, but it worked out.  Hard to say what your error exactly was, do you have a full log?
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i will pm you - i'll give i another shot and try to get the full log. thanks a lot.

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Interesting historic information up on:
http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/rich

  •     1  EvE4xaDbXnWFSBY9WsnXTbTSmWcNUUceba  462568.9375
  •     2  EuGFoMB5JW3DJmKRkccRkuZ1SpBRp9Bo7v  324264.34375
  •     3  EvgF3mJNzaXYK94RaWjQQiAFSCS6XhN6k4  282544.25
  •     4  F2Z6px7dPmkt7VdgLcA7UypYXaJXg2aRve  257994.875
  •     5  ErV2Hdkjab4B7NZyGGzBvfHTrUuSm9iBNx  230934.546875
  •     6  EiVJdCQL8d6Q3FuphVS2jzNpsS5JG1fGYH  159326.75
  •     7  F4E1NgxZ89rGZoxG7c3q975GVdKZB2a1Y6  149696.8125
  •     8  Ej12gGJWgUXjvHrMkt9kwjhM8tVY9PUfA7  146160.140625
  •     9  F4bq3JLMpfX3kwW6qTLxKQL3Kua2UZ1FEy  144830.453125
  •    10  EsHWmUxpmmSKr5UD9FjZNJo6edf7kpEcLg  110049.351562

Nice to see the old balances shift around, (#5, #7, #10 ) based on market demand. 
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Hey Fellow Cappers!

Looking over the last few weeks it seems there are quite a few more people contributing ideas/opinions for CAP. It's really good to see more people coming out and contributing to development.

The new Icon bounty wallet has nearly hit 5000 CAP. Its currently at 4900. I'm not sure exactly what to do with it, Reyde was starting to add some new icons, but I'm not sure if we are using the awsome font he linked for the new icons as well. Also to note, I know Crazyloaf has just recently sold his stash, I was surprised how easily the market absorbed his sell, it seems like there is definitely underground support for CAP, doesn't seem like too much was really said on this point Smiley.

 I also wanted to ask you guys if there is anything we may want to get going as far as community development side of things goes?

I have some thoughts about getting some new bounties going, which I don't mind contributing too, such as translation of ANN threads into other languages, a new persons guide to getting started with CAP/staking and a self replenishing faucet ect. These are a few ideas and I think it would be great to encourage some new people on board to build a stronger community. Also maybe a fund to get some promotions going. Such as give aways for new people to test out the client/staking. I mean I have a heap of steam games(decent ones) in my inventory, maybe we could use them as give aways when new people get onboard with CAP and stake for the first time? Just an idea I'm open to any other uses as well.

If Reyde is still getting a twitter feed going, maybe could help out and sign up and check it out. Post some of the things that have been happening in CAP. There seems like CAP has such a great opportunity for community contribution and growth that we could possibly sitting on a small gold mine, we just need to get involved to make it happen Smiley. Tranz is also adding some great new updates to the client. In this regard it would be great if we could learn how to edit up some images in photoshop so a few of us could work on some unique customizable skins and post them in this thread for feedback. If anyone's interested  post in here or drop me a pm, I don't know exactly how to do this just yet but wouldn't mind learning! Anyway its great to see some more updates coming along with CAP and more broadly speaking the increased discussion within the CAP community.
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Hey Fellow Cappers!

Looking over the last few weeks it seems there are quite a few more people contributing ideas/opinions for CAP. It's really good to see more people coming out and contributing to development.

The new Icon bounty wallet has nearly hit 5000 CAP. Its currently at 4900. I'm not sure exactly what to do with it, Reyde was starting to add some new icons, but I'm not sure if we are using the awsome font he linked for the new icons as well. Also to note, I know Crazyloaf has just recently sold his stash, I was surprised how easily the market absorbed his sell, it seems like there is definitely underground support for CAP, doesn't seem like too much was really said on this point Smiley.

 I also wanted to ask you guys if there is anything we may want to get going as far as community development side of things goes?

I have some thoughts about getting some new bounties going, which I don't mind contributing too, such as translation of ANN threads into other languages, a new persons guide to getting started with CAP/staking and a self replenishing faucet ect. These are a few ideas and I think it would be great to encourage some new people on board to build a stronger community. Also maybe a fund to get some promotions going. Such as give aways for new people to test out the client/staking. I mean I have a heap of steam games(decent ones) in my inventory, maybe we could use them as give aways when new people get onboard with CAP and stake for the first time? Just an idea I'm open to any other uses as well.

If Reyde is still getting a twitter feed going, maybe could help out and sign up and check it out. Post some of the things that have been happening in CAP. There seems like CAP has such a great opportunity for community contribution and growth that we could possibly sitting on a small gold mine, we just need to get involved to make it happen Smiley. Tranz is also adding some great new updates to the client. In this regard it would be great if we could learn how to edit up some images in photoshop so a few of us could work on some unique customizable skins and post them in this thread for feedback. If anyone's interested  post in here or drop me a pm, I don't know exactly how to do this just yet but wouldn't mind learning! Anyway its great to see some more updates coming along with CAP and more broadly speaking the increased discussion within the CAP community.

How about Twitter give aways for RT posts? IF Reyde agree We can use Bottlecaps.buzz...How do You think?
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Had a great response from the coinspeaker article on Crypto fraud.

http://www.coinspeaker.com/2014/11/06/cryptocurrency-fraud-part-1-identifying-ways-in-which-fraudsters-operate/

Which also helped Coinspeker to become the 2nd place for Crypto news.

http://www.coinspeaker.com/2014/11/08/coinspeaker-becomes-2nd-largest-digital-currency-news-site-catches-up-with-coindesk/

the upshot is - there will inevitability be a sane crypto index i'm naming that "PoW+"

which just filters two simple rules:


Does it have PoW in some form

Does that PoW continue - i.e not hard capped.



the most intelligent people in the field know this will be the index in the future

The good news

Both Caps and HBN qualify as the index does not discriminate in any way, and my understanding is that HBN does have continual PoW along with Caps?

Tranz can confim that.

i'm not sure where they will sit on the list HBN maybe Top 10 but Doge leads the index with Peer next i believe Quark Zeta and other PoW+ friends are all up there.

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As far as I know the skin-thing was only once suggested and considering the fact that you don't have ample time I'd say lets get a new 2.3 version out with the updates you mentioned and leave it there for now. I can only speak for myself but I am perfectly happy with the way it looks already.
And that way you can also just focus on programming the HBN fork which probably is quite time consuming as well.


Fork for HBN is close to complete, running it through testing now..

I think I can do the things I mentioned for 2.3 for caps and also look to add the skin ability.  Most likely an early Christmas present.


Great, ZanTra present!

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Hey Fellow Cappers!

...I have some thoughts about getting some new bounties going, which I don't mind contributing too, such as translation of ANN threads into other languages, a new persons guide to getting started with CAP/staking and a self replenishing faucet ect. These are a few ideas and I think it would be great to encourage some new people on board to build a stronger community. Also maybe a fund to get some promotions going. Such as give aways for new people to test out the client/staking. I mean I have a heap of steam games(decent ones) in my inventory, maybe we could use them as give aways when new people get onboard with CAP and stake for the first time? Just an idea I'm open to any other uses as well.

If Reyde is still getting a twitter feed going, maybe could help out and sign up and check it out. Post some of the things that have been happening in CAP. There seems like CAP has such a great opportunity for community contribution and growth that we could possibly sitting on a small gold mine, we just need to get involved to make it happen Smiley. ...

How about Twitter give aways for RT posts? IF Reyde agree We can use Bottlecaps.buzz...How do You think?

I'll do one now for those who read this thread:

Retweet your favorite @BottleCapsBuzz Tweet & post the link to your RT in this thread and your address. I'll send 100 CAP per unique twitter account until I share 5500 CAP.


Contest stops at 55 winners &|| 11/30/14 - whichever comes first. I may be slow to respond 11/17-21 as I have three work-related projects due 11/20. PM me if I miss you.  
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Hey Fellow Cappers!

...I have some thoughts about getting some new bounties going, which I don't mind contributing too, such as translation of ANN threads into other languages, a new persons guide to getting started with CAP/staking and a self replenishing faucet ect. These are a few ideas and I think it would be great to encourage some new people on board to build a stronger community. Also maybe a fund to get some promotions going. Such as give aways for new people to test out the client/staking. I mean I have a heap of steam games(decent ones) in my inventory, maybe we could use them as give aways when new people get onboard with CAP and stake for the first time? Just an idea I'm open to any other uses as well.

If Reyde is still getting a twitter feed going, maybe could help out and sign up and check it out. Post some of the things that have been happening in CAP. There seems like CAP has such a great opportunity for community contribution and growth that we could possibly sitting on a small gold mine, we just need to get involved to make it happen Smiley. ...

How about Twitter give aways for RT posts? IF Reyde agree We can use Bottlecaps.buzz...How do You think?

I'll do one now for those who read this thread:

Retweet your favorite @BottleCapsBuzz Tweet & post the link to your RT in this thread and your address. I'll send 100 CAP per unique twitter account until I share 5500 CAP.


Contest stops at 55 winners &|| 11/30/14 - whichever comes first. I may be slow to respond 11/17-21 as I have three work-related projects due 11/20. PM me if I miss you.  

If I may suggest Reyde...maybe You should post this also on @BottleCapsBuzz. More ppl will now about this giveaway and thread. Smiley
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