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Question: How many BottleCaps do you own?
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March 07, 2017, 09:31:01 AM
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Looks like CAPS has died a slow death
instead of going out with a bang!
So sorry CAP - RIP


slow wallets lead to slow deaths.
user experience is everything - if the experience sucks you wont get users.

personally i cant shake the suspicion its the gigantic near 2 GB blk and index file sizes.
while 'modern' windoze filesystems support very large files, i suspect something in the
windows or C runtime support internals gets very bogged down when dealing with large sizes.

be an interesting experiment to see if things speed up if the block/index files were limited
to say about a Half GB.

i havent noticed any other usable altcoin wallets using giant block files, perhaps there's a reason for it...

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March 07, 2017, 06:19:27 PM
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Looks like CAPS has died a slow death
instead of going out with a bang!
So sorry CAP - RIP


slow wallets lead to slow deaths.
user experience is everything - if the experience sucks you wont get users.

personally i cant shake the suspicion its the gigantic near 2 GB blk and index file sizes.
while 'modern' windoze filesystems support very large files, i suspect something in the
windows or C runtime support internals gets very bogged down when dealing with large sizes.

be an interesting experiment to see if things speed up if the block/index files were limited
to say about a Half GB.

i havent noticed any other usable altcoin wallets using giant block files, perhaps there's a reason for it...

DMD has about 1 GB but is lightning fast - they have upgrades
and are in the process of another major upgrade. Would be nice
to see a new developer come on and upgrade the core. There is still a huge community

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March 08, 2017, 12:41:26 AM
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Looks like CAPS has died a slow death
instead of going out with a bang!
So sorry CAP - RIP


slow wallets lead to slow deaths.
user experience is everything - if the experience sucks you wont get users.

personally i cant shake the suspicion its the gigantic near 2 GB blk and index file sizes.
while 'modern' windoze filesystems support very large files, i suspect something in the
windows or C runtime support internals gets very bogged down when dealing with large sizes.

be an interesting experiment to see if things speed up if the block/index files were limited
to say about a Half GB.

i havent noticed any other usable altcoin wallets using giant block files, perhaps there's a reason for it...

DMD has about 1 GB but is lightning fast - they have upgrades
and are in the process of another major upgrade. Would be nice
to see a new developer come on and upgrade the core. There is still a huge community

hmm, which verison of DMD is fast ? i'd love to see one.
2.1.0.4 is slow as fck, like many pos coins.
fast wallets (fast sync) in my scale are NLG, BLC, GRS etc
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March 08, 2017, 07:49:44 PM
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Looks like CAPS has died a slow death
instead of going out with a bang!
So sorry CAP - RIP


slow wallets lead to slow deaths.
user experience is everything - if the experience sucks you wont get users.

personally i cant shake the suspicion its the gigantic near 2 GB blk and index file sizes.
while 'modern' windoze filesystems support very large files, i suspect something in the
windows or C runtime support internals gets very bogged down when dealing with large sizes.

be an interesting experiment to see if things speed up if the block/index files were limited
to say about a Half GB.

i havent noticed any other usable altcoin wallets using giant block files, perhaps there's a reason for it...

DMD has about 1 GB but is lightning fast - they have upgrades
and are in the process of another major upgrade. Would be nice
to see a new developer come on and upgrade the core. There is still a huge community

hmm, which verison of DMD is fast ? i'd love to see one.
2.1.0.4 is slow as fck, like many pos coins.
fast wallets (fast sync) in my scale are NLG, BLC, GRS etc

Sorry to hear that...I have no problem with DMD 2.1.0.4
Hopefully the 3.0 will be better for you.

Back to CAP... any interest from the community in getting this old coin back
on track??


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March 09, 2017, 06:28:40 AM
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Sorry to hear that...I have no problem with DMD 2.1.0.4
Hopefully the 3.0 will be better for you.

Back to CAP... any interest from the community in getting this old coin back
on track??

not sure if it's a problem but dmd syncs at exactly the same speed as cap (w7-64),
which is pretty far from user-friendly behavior,
i mean open the wallet after a month awol and get it ready in several minutes.
is it so OS/hardware dependent ? which one is yours ?
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March 12, 2017, 12:27:22 AM
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Sorry to hear that...I have no problem with DMD 2.1.0.4
Hopefully the 3.0 will be better for you.

Back to CAP... any interest from the community in getting this old coin back
on track??

not sure if it's a problem but dmd syncs at exactly the same speed as cap (w7-64),
which is pretty far from user-friendly behavior,
i mean open the wallet after a month awol and get it ready in several minutes.
is it so OS/hardware dependent ? which one is yours ?

back to my original posting about giant file sizes under windoze. i just remembered when
doing an NTFS format, it will ask you if you plan on using big files -- and will adjust block sector
sizes (larger) accordingly. making the number of extents and block chasing less of an issue.
these files under caps definitely qualify as big files.
most filesystems use the default settings which are suboptimal for large files.
perhaps the default coin database file size should be determined after first checking the filesystem
as to what blocksize its formatted for?

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March 12, 2017, 04:40:21 AM
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A swap to a fresh chain would  solve that problem.

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March 12, 2017, 07:12:32 AM
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back to my original posting about giant file sizes under windoze. i just remembered when
doing an NTFS format, it will ask you if you plan on using big files -- and will adjust block sector
sizes (larger) accordingly. making the number of extents and block chasing less of an issue.
these files under caps definitely qualify as big files.
most filesystems use the default settings which are suboptimal for large files.
perhaps the default coin database file size should be determined after first checking the filesystem
as to what blocksize its formatted for?

actually i'v sped up my dmd by this: maxconnections=8.
funny isn't it ?
but when it has 24 connections it moves really slow.
as per NTFS i run on 16k block formatted ssd as optimal.
and tried various sizes back then, nothing special for coins like this.


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March 12, 2017, 08:04:25 AM
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A swap to a fresh chain would  solve that problem.

How could this be done?

It is not easy to get new users with the slow sync and large blockchain. A new chain with updated code and a webpage could attract more people. I guess there is a lot of bottlecaps/fallout fans around. 
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March 23, 2017, 09:07:32 AM
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How could this be done?

It is not easy to get new users with the slow sync and large blockchain. A new chain with updated code and a webpage could attract more people. I guess there is a lot of bottlecaps/fallout fans around. 

Can't avoid blockchain bloat. Just look at bitcoin..

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How could this be done?

It is not easy to get new users with the slow sync and large blockchain. A new chain with updated code and a webpage could attract more people. I guess there is a lot of bottlecaps/fallout fans around. 

Can't avoid blockchain bloat. Just look at bitcoin..

bump TRUTH see above ... CAPs want to launch a spinoff?  DAG chain?

also ... get on POSW ... 2 stake pools is near assurance CAP survives and thrives

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I have been interested in this coin for quite sometime.

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April 01, 2017, 04:03:34 PM
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Looks like CAPS has died a slow death
instead of going out with a bang!
So sorry CAP - RIP


slow wallets lead to slow deaths.
user experience is everything - if the experience sucks you wont get users.

personally i cant shake the suspicion its the gigantic near 2 GB blk and index file sizes.
while 'modern' windoze filesystems support very large files, i suspect something in the
windows or C runtime support internals gets very bogged down when dealing with large sizes.

be an interesting experiment to see if things speed up if the block/index files were limited
to say about a Half GB.

i havent noticed any other usable altcoin wallets using giant block files, perhaps there's a reason for it...

DMD has about 1 GB but is lightning fast - they have upgrades
and are in the process of another major upgrade. Would be nice
to see a new developer come on and upgrade the core. There is still a huge community

hmm, which verison of DMD is fast ? i'd love to see one.
2.1.0.4 is slow as fck, like many pos coins.
fast wallets (fast sync) in my scale are NLG, BLC, GRS etc

What is BLC?
BTC and LTC are also fast.
Do you hold any NLG?
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April 01, 2017, 04:12:37 PM
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What is BLC?
BTC and LTC are also fast.
Do you hold any NLG?

well, this is not about CAP actually, all well-developed POW wallets are quite fast, especially those on simpler algos.
BLC and the family are speed champions even on old codebase.
as per POS/Hybrid i'd say XMG latest version is acceptable, and of course PPC and NVC, but i don't like POS in general.
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April 27, 2017, 08:08:09 PM
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Is there any pools out there for caps ?

Have been looking around, as hash-to-coins and multipool does not like caps any more Smiley
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May 10, 2017, 09:23:13 AM
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CAP is listed on poswallet.com voting list.
We need 1000 votes for opening this new market. Please vote weekly.
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May 11, 2017, 04:53:39 AM
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CAP is listed on poswallet.com voting list.
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Voted - will add to my weekly to do list

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CAP is listed on poswallet.com voting list.
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Thank you for the work you did to get CAP on Cryptopia before Cryptsy imploded.

I'll definitely get signed up on POSWallet as soon as I can get in and post a screen shot.

There is some CAP sitting below 30 on Cryptopia if anyone wants to snatch some.
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CAP is listed on poswallet.com voting list.
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Thank you for the work you did to get CAP on Cryptopia before Cryptsy imploded.

I'll definitely get signed up on POSWallet as soon as I can get in and post a screen shot.

There is some CAP sitting below 30 on Cryptopia if anyone wants to snatch some.

Interesting things might occur soon with bottlecaps Wink

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CAP is listed on poswallet.com voting list.
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Thank you for the work you did to get CAP on Cryptopia before Cryptsy imploded.

I'll definitely get signed up on POSWallet as soon as I can get in and post a screen shot.

There is some CAP sitting below 30 on Cryptopia if anyone wants to snatch some.

Interesting things might occur soon with bottlecaps Wink

I could go for some interesting things. With no developer to drive hype or to quote another dev 'code away sell walls', interesting would be good.
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