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Author Topic: Bottlecaps 2.1 UPDATE REQUIRED - HARDFORK JULY 4 2014 to 200% Annual PoS  (Read 339809 times)
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December 22, 2014, 08:08:34 PM
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Hello all. 

First off sorry I haven't been around much. I have been pretty busy with work, and then getting the HBN website back up and running. Otherwise I have been trying to spend more time with the family, especially during the holiday season.

I did find a bit of time today to work on the split/combine threshold for CAPs.

https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/commit/9f71e2356b33494f30c2ad9fedf314029361e18f?diff=unified

This will add the splitthreshold and combinethreshold to both start up switches and rpc command.  The defaults for the split/combine are set to 10,20 respectfully...
Hopefully I can continue to find more time here to add more cool stuff.

Thanks!

Thanks for all your work Tranz; Happy Holidays all!
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December 23, 2014, 04:22:26 AM
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WARNING: Invalid checkpoint found! Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or notify developers.

Anybody seeing this?

I'm running a 2.2 wallet with 4~9 active connections (drops when I restart). I seem to be stuck at block 794622.

Peers are at block 796255-796263.
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December 23, 2014, 05:00:59 AM
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WARNING: Invalid checkpoint found! Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or notify developers.

Anybody seeing this?

I'm running a 2.2 wallet with 4~9 active connections (drops when I restart). I seem to be stuck at block 794622.

Peers are at block 796255-796263.
Nevermind.  I reloaded the blockchain from backup and it seems okay now. Lost today's POS mined, but whatever ... :-)
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December 23, 2014, 05:08:39 AM
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Someone explain this

http://i.imgur.com/px35gDu.png


I don't get block found. I get that message instead.

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December 23, 2014, 10:40:50 AM
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Hello all. 

First off sorry I haven't been around much. I have been pretty busy with work, and then getting the HBN website back up and running. Otherwise I have been trying to spend more time with the family, especially during the holiday season.

I did find a bit of time today to work on the split/combine threshold for CAPs.

https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/commit/9f71e2356b33494f30c2ad9fedf314029361e18f?diff=unified

This will add the splitthreshold and combinethreshold to both start up switches and rpc command.  The defaults for the split/combine are set to 10,20 respectfully. The start up switches max are set to 200/400. And the rpc max is set to wallet balance / 500 and balance / 250. Or the start up max. Whichever is greater.

So what this means is if you balance is 300,000 you can set the split max to 600, and the combine max to 1200. I think this is a good compromise on network security and ease of use for the users.

Also note that as of right now these are not persistent on restart. Using the start up switches in a batch file would take care of that, but if your rpc commands are setting to larger values, you will have to manually adjust those after the client is initialized.

For you HBN lovers, these rpc commands will also be available after the hard fork is complete.

Hopefully I can continue to find more time here to add more cool stuff.

Thanks!

Man this is really great! And pretty unique as well. No more need for manual recombining and faster stake-performance whenever you own more. And well balanced in my opinion too. I wonder if everyone gets what great improvement this is. I for certain will start using it as soon as it becomes available. Happy holidays!

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December 23, 2014, 04:02:39 PM
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WARNING: Invalid checkpoint found! Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or notify developers.

Anybody seeing this?

I'm running a 2.2 wallet with 4~9 active connections (drops when I restart). I seem to be stuck at block 794622.

Peers are at block 796255-796263.
Nevermind.  I reloaded the blockchain from backup and it seems okay now. Lost today's POS mined, but whatever ... :-)

The checkpoint server did crash last night. It is back up and running now. The chain looked perfect to me either way. I only saw a few minor re-orgs of 1-2 blocks.

Not sure why you got stuck though.

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December 23, 2014, 04:14:10 PM
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Someone explain this

http://i.imgur.com/px35gDu.png


I don't get block found. I get that message instead.

Sorry I don't run pools so I am not sure the methods being used. Which pool software is that, and is it open source? I'll have a look, but you might have better luck asking the coder of that software.

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December 30, 2014, 08:37:06 PM
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Hello all. 

First off sorry I haven't been around much. I have been pretty busy with work, and then getting the HBN website back up and running. Otherwise I have been trying to spend more time with the family, especially during the holiday season.

I did find a bit of time today to work on the split/combine threshold for CAPs.

https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/commit/9f71e2356b33494f30c2ad9fedf314029361e18f?diff=unified

This will add the splitthreshold and combinethreshold to both start up switches and rpc command.  The defaults for the split/combine are set to 10,20 respectfully. The start up switches max are set to 200/400. And the rpc max is set to wallet balance / 500 and balance / 250. Or the start up max. Whichever is greater.

So what this means is if you balance is 300,000 you can set the split max to 600, and the combine max to 1200. I think this is a good compromise on network security and ease of use for the users.

Also note that as of right now these are not persistent on restart. Using the start up switches in a batch file would take care of that, but if your rpc commands are setting to larger values, you will have to manually adjust those after the client is initialized.

For you HBN lovers, these rpc commands will also be available after the hard fork is complete.

Hopefully I can continue to find more time here to add more cool stuff.

Thanks!

Man this is really great! And pretty unique as well. No more need for manual recombining and faster stake-performance whenever you own more. And well balanced in my opinion too. I wonder if everyone gets what great improvement this is. I for certain will start using it as soon as it becomes available. Happy holidays!

It is, but I can't devote an entire core to hbn and then an entire core to cap and still use the rest of the cpu for the other wallets and such when it's only a dual core processor... Sad  I like big blocks and I can not lie...

So manually combining I go.

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December 31, 2014, 01:08:40 PM
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Hello all. 

First off sorry I haven't been around much. I have been pretty busy with work, and then getting the HBN website back up and running. Otherwise I have been trying to spend more time with the family, especially during the holiday season.

I did find a bit of time today to work on the split/combine threshold for CAPs.

https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/commit/9f71e2356b33494f30c2ad9fedf314029361e18f?diff=unified

This will add the splitthreshold and combinethreshold to both start up switches and rpc command.  The defaults for the split/combine are set to 10,20 respectfully. The start up switches max are set to 200/400. And the rpc max is set to wallet balance / 500 and balance / 250. Or the start up max. Whichever is greater.

So what this means is if you balance is 300,000 you can set the split max to 600, and the combine max to 1200. I think this is a good compromise on network security and ease of use for the users.

Also note that as of right now these are not persistent on restart. Using the start up switches in a batch file would take care of that, but if your rpc commands are setting to larger values, you will have to manually adjust those after the client is initialized.

For you HBN lovers, these rpc commands will also be available after the hard fork is complete.

Hopefully I can continue to find more time here to add more cool stuff.

Thanks!

Man this is really great! And pretty unique as well. No more need for manual recombining and faster stake-performance whenever you own more. And well balanced in my opinion too. I wonder if everyone gets what great improvement this is. I for certain will start using it as soon as it becomes available. Happy holidays!

It is, but I can't devote an entire core to hbn and then an entire core to cap and still use the rest of the cpu for the other wallets and such when it's only a dual core processor... Sad  I like big blocks and I can not lie...

So manually combining I go.

Valid point you make, it's actually the very reason I use an old little laptop to do my staking. Consumes no more than 15 watts and is switched on 24*7. I like big blocks too but it's so time consuming and I tend to get sloppy now and then, well I guess you've been there!

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December 31, 2014, 02:35:55 PM
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Valid point you make, it's actually the very reason I use an old little laptop to do my staking. Consumes no more than 15 watts and is switched on 24*7. I like big blocks too but it's so time consuming and I tend to get sloppy now and then, well I guess you've been there!

I would have no problem with an auto recombine fee of the tx fee where the wallet lets the block break and then recombines 2 blocks into one to have the ability to set a threshold wherever I want, within reason..., to say around 10,000cap (or say 5000hbn).

That would be a compromise, no?

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December 31, 2014, 11:29:34 PM
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Happy New Year!

And keep up the nice work

Still one of my favorite coins and plan to buy more Smiley

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Valid point you make, it's actually the very reason I use an old little laptop to do my staking. Consumes no more than 15 watts and is switched on 24*7. I like big blocks too but it's so time consuming and I tend to get sloppy now and then, well I guess you've been there!

I would have no problem with an auto recombine fee of the tx fee where the wallet lets the block break and then recombines 2 blocks into one to have the ability to set a threshold wherever I want, within reason..., to say around 10,000cap (or say 5000hbn).

That would be a compromise, no?

The compromise is the ability to raise the split level to 200 without compromising network security I'd say.
Or just acquire over 100Kcap. Then you can set the split level above 200 coins. At 300Kcap the max split level is already at 600... 
Caps are quite affordable right now!

And best wishes to everyone!!

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January 01, 2015, 12:00:45 PM
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I´m close to 100k CAP "soon". How can is set the split level above 200 then?

(When i reach 100k CAP, then send those 100k CAP to myself, then coin control and split them above 200?)

Need Step by Step guide pls Cheesy

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January 01, 2015, 05:10:14 PM
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I´m close to 100k CAP "soon". How can is set the split level above 200 then?

(When i reach 100k CAP, then send those 100k CAP to myself, then coin control and split them above 200?)

Need Step by Step guide pls Cheesy
Well first the commits need to be released. After that you can install the new wallet like any other new release and start using the new split levels. It'll be pretty straight forward is what I make of it. By then, if you need help, just press F1  Smiley

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January 03, 2015, 10:09:03 AM
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Inflation update.
Let's take a look at the inflation over the last months of 2014. How does it develop and what can we expect?

First HBN, POW/POS 100%
1-7-2014   988559   5068546   9,5%
1-8-2014   1080369   5521192   8,9%
1-9-2014   1173120   5985846   8,4%
1-10-2014   1262548   6467925   8,1%
1-11-2014   1357005   6990702   8,1%
1-12-2014   1451032   7540709   7,9%
1-1-2015   1556265   8096241   7,4%


HBN shows a steady reduction of inflation over the last 2 months. Not unexpected: the total coin supply grows with somewhat the same amount of coins every month so monthly inflation gets smaller and smaller. Last weeks we also see the POS-percentage drop a little beneath 100%. This effect will eventually start to lower inflation even stronger. At January 17 max stake of 250 will kick. Due to the fact that almost all POS-blocks are already below that amount, I expect the effect to be negligible. From here on out I see no reason for inflation to do anything else than to drop further following the present trend.


CAP POW/POS 200%
1-7-2014   519426   4046888   10,0%
1-8-2014   565946   4812616   18,9%
1-9-2014   613331   5583618   16,0%
1-10-2014   662054   6367469   14,0%
1-11-2014   713617   7311008   14,8%
1-12-2014   758924   8289383   13,4%
1-1-2015   812457   9432382   13,8%

CAP shows a similar reduction trend like HBN. Higher because it's POS rate is higher but it's clearly going down as well. Something interesting is about to happen though: Tranz has coded new commits which will dramatically improved the control over block splitting and combining. How will this effect the inflation? I don't know. I can go up due to the diminishing amount of really small blocks but at the same time it can go down whenever big wallets stop manual recombining in favor of automatic recombining, reducing the average big-block-size. So this is very exciting to see where it goes.

TEK and HYP
These coins are still quite far above the inflation levels of CAP and HBN. Tek is somewhere around 25% and Hyp even higher: over 40%. Eventually they will drop too so I will keep an open eye there as well.

I hope to provide everyone with updates concerning inflation in the coming year!

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January 03, 2015, 10:59:49 PM
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OP should be updated or hardcoded proper nodes...
Those ones I have connected:
Code:
addnode=213.136.73.125
addnode=178.33.230.67
addnode=87.98.148.246
addnode=86.18.76.197
addnode=71.175.81.45
addnode=84.200.17.178
addnode=94.23.16.195
addnode=24.253.228.92
addnode=62.116.254.204
addnode=62.210.122.161
addnode=192.99.13.67
addnode=198.50.238.171
addnode=72.78.100.7
addnode=128.199.135.188
addnode=46.105.158.193


Are these nodes still working as Not used bottles for a while and just downloading again and seeing what stake I have from almost the beginning of mining and having coin and never using again. forgot I had a wallet backed up with bottles in.

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January 04, 2015, 11:40:31 AM
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Are these nodes still working as Not used bottles for a while and just downloading again and seeing what stake I have from almost the beginning of mining and having coin and never using again. forgot I had a wallet backed up with bottles in.

If you have a problem connecting, you can always find current nodes right here:
http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/peerinfo

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January 05, 2015, 04:54:24 PM
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I´m connected with those nodes, hope helps Smiley


"addr" : "213.136.73.125:7685",

"addr" : "192.99.13.67:7685",

"addr" : "62.210.122.161:7685",

"addr" : "72.78.100.7:7685",

"addr" : "84.200.17.178:7685",

"addr" : "107.170.113.225:7685",

"addr" : "128.199.135.188:7685",

"addr" : "94.23.16.195:7685",

"addr" : "71.175.81.45:7685",

"addr" : "176.37.67.61:7685",

"addr" : "87.98.148.246:7685",

"addr" : "63.231.13.66:7685",


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January 05, 2015, 05:03:59 PM
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I´m close to 100k CAP "soon". How can is set the split level above 200 then?

(When i reach 100k CAP, then send those 100k CAP to myself, then coin control and split them above 200?)

Need Step by Step guide pls Cheesy
Well first the commits need to be released. After that you can install the new wallet like any other new release and start using the new split levels. It'll be pretty straight forward is what I make of it. By then, if you need help, just press F1  Smiley

Okay, thanks Smiley

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January 05, 2015, 05:29:47 PM
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How do i repair my wallet i have coins stuck in unconfirmed.

They went to my wallet and confirmed but still showing as unconfirmed

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