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Question: How many BottleCaps do you own?
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October 29, 2017, 05:50:16 PM
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Do you guys code?  I am curious to know if the memory problem can be fixed soon.  Why does it take more memory than other wallets?  Growthcoin has a similar problem but it also uses more CPU than most, which isn't a problem with Bottlecaps.

memory problem khm ?
and how much doge wallet eats up, or dgb, or hbn ?
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Each block is stacked on top of the previous one. Adding another block to the top makes all lower blocks more difficult to remove: there is more "weight" above each block. A transaction in a block 6 blocks deep (6 confirmations) will be very difficult to remove.
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October 29, 2017, 05:53:07 PM
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Do you guys code?  I am curious to know if the memory problem can be fixed soon.  Why does it take more memory than other wallets?  Growthcoin has a similar problem but it also uses more CPU than most, which isn't a problem with Bottlecaps.

memory problem khm ?
and how much doge wallet takes, or dgb, or hbn ?

I never staked those, but stake about 10 others.  Piggycoin is similar in amount but most others are less.  What is khm?

Incidently:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4__UbkXTlE&t=5s

I think Caps would beat out a lot of those besides RAIN and 808.


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October 29, 2017, 05:57:53 PM
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Do you guys code?  I am curious to know if the memory problem can be fixed soon.  Why does it take more memory than other wallets?  Growthcoin has a similar problem but it also uses more CPU than most, which isn't a problem with Bottlecaps.

memory problem khm ?
and how much doge wallet takes, or dgb, or hbn ?

I never staked those, but stake about 10 others.  Piggycoin is similar in amount but most others are less.  What is khm?

Incidently:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4__UbkXTlE&t=5s

I think Caps would beat out a lot of those besides RAIN and 808.


staking doge or dgb would be difficult lol...
any long chain takes a lot of memory,
i don't know of any brand new approach to handling block index and tx db to make things easier
if piggycoin reach 3200k blocks like cap it'll need a lot more memory as well
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October 29, 2017, 06:11:01 PM
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Do you guys code?  I am curious to know if the memory problem can be fixed soon.  Why does it take more memory than other wallets?  Growthcoin has a similar problem but it also uses more CPU than most, which isn't a problem with Bottlecaps.

memory problem khm ?
and how much doge wallet takes, or dgb, or hbn ?

I never staked those, but stake about 10 others.  Piggycoin is similar in amount but most others are less.  What is khm?

Incidently:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4__UbkXTlE&t=5s

I think Caps would beat out a lot of those besides RAIN and 808.


staking doge or dgb would be difficult lol...
any long chain takes a lot of memory,
i don't know of any brand new approach to handling block index and tx db to make things easier
if piggycoin reach 3200k blocks like cap it'll need a lot more memory as well

I keep hearing that Tranz has implemented something and Noise a developer for Version and Truck is doing the same.

I was thinking Growthcoin is taking a lot of CPU because there are only three people on the network.  If there were more, maybe my CPU usage would go down.

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October 29, 2017, 06:11:53 PM
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Tranz has already stated that updates to HBN will come first then come to CAP.  We do not need a hostile takeover.
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October 29, 2017, 06:14:10 PM
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Do you guys code?  I am curious to know if the memory problem can be fixed soon.  Why does it take more memory than other wallets?  Growthcoin has a similar problem but it also uses more CPU than most, which isn't a problem with Bottlecaps.

I can code well enough to examine wallet source for shenanigans.
I don't have what I would call enough skill or experience to dev a coin. (My standards are high, I'd do a shoddy job)

To be honest I'd quite like to but it's a serious undertaking, which requires time. (hats off to Tranz et.al.).

The memory and cpu issues are inherited from the original code base they were cloned from.
Back in 2013-14 people were literally just tinkering with block reward / times POS rewards etc ... real copy paste stuff ... and launching a "new" coin.

They were all clones of something, ones with good, interested devs have evolved. Others survived, most perished - until this year when everything is creeping back out of the wood work.
Proof that crappy alts are like cockroaches, never quite dead enough.

The point is the original code base never really considered what happens 5 years later. Compound that by folks deciding 30 second block fast coins were a great idea ... massive "emoty" blockchain

interesting video
Shame in the video they didn't lay down some ground rules .. exoected % stake rate , reliability etc.

Caps is a solid coin in terms of reliable staking, it's been long forgotten in the hype /shill / pump  your stash leagues but it's chugging along nicely.
I'll always have a big bag of caps, if only just for fun.
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October 29, 2017, 06:17:53 PM
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I keep hearing that Tranz has implemented something and Noise a developer for Version and Truck is doing the same.

I was thinking Growthcoin is taking a lot of CPU because there are only three people on the network.  If there were more, maybe my CPU usage would go down.


Tranz was about to implement afaik.
but let's say all that won't save yo from regular hardware upgrades lol.
high cpu usage is bad coding imho unless it was made so intentionally, nothin else
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November 02, 2017, 07:03:01 PM
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CAP keeps chugging along, would be nice to have an update to make it easier to manage.

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November 02, 2017, 08:40:56 PM
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Hi, guys! Nice project. I have some questions about bounty program, it is clear to me, but when we get the coins for the bounty? Immediately or need to wait for long?

This is an old coin.  I don't think there is anyone giving away bounties here.  Try messaging the account who did the OP.


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November 02, 2017, 09:45:58 PM
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Hi, guys! Nice project. I have some questions about bounty program, it is clear to me, but when we get the coins for the bounty? Immediately or need to wait for long?

Hi, guys! Nice project. I have some questions about bounty program, it is clear to me, but when we get the coins for the bounty? Immediately or need to wait for long?

Yeah... scam?

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November 03, 2017, 02:27:28 PM
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Hi, guys! Nice project. I have some questions about bounty program, it is clear to me, but when we get the coins for the bounty? Immediately or need to wait for long?

Hi, guys! Nice project. I have some questions about bounty program, it is clear to me, but when we get the coins for the bounty? Immediately or need to wait for long?

Yeah... scam?

simply stupid newbie account making more posts ...
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November 03, 2017, 10:38:27 PM
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It would be awesome to have some bounties for this coin to do some marketing, websites, artwork, and a Bottlecaps float at the next Thanksgiving Parade.

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November 04, 2017, 08:13:44 AM
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I downloaded the Wallet BottleCaps version v2.2.2.0-g418187240-Caps2.
I own some very old CAP coins and got my wallet ready.
But the 3 nodes in the thread startpost seem to be dead.
Could anyone tell me some online nodes so I can move my coins?
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November 04, 2017, 08:42:44 AM
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I downloaded the Wallet BottleCaps version v2.2.2.0-g418187240-Caps2.
I own some very old CAP coins and got my wallet ready.
But the 3 nodes in the thread startpost seem to be dead.
Could anyone tell me some online nodes so I can move my coins?

addnode=69.197.188.186:7685
addnode=62.210.122.161:7685
addnode=107.9.197.104:7685
addnode=188.165.235.208:7685
addnode=69.181.165.105:7685
addnode=158.69.27.82:7685
addnode=62.64.86.44:7685
addnode=188.241.58.126:7685
addnode=5.103.138.97:7685

If you go to cryptopia and coin info you will find a list of the nodes they are connected to.

The above list is from cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=CAP

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November 04, 2017, 04:41:05 PM
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So did the Ferengi do something to the network?  I have gotten 3 stakes not confirmed in last week which is odd for my transactions.

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November 04, 2017, 05:39:46 PM
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So did the Ferengi do something to the network?  I have gotten 3 stakes not confirmed in last week which is odd for my transactions.

Ferengi last stake was October 24. As I say above, CAP have many problems and need hardfork or coin swap. Better ask Presstab take over CAP.
In Hyperstake no such problems at all.

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November 04, 2017, 07:18:19 PM
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So did the Ferengi do something to the network?  I have gotten 3 stakes not confirmed in last week which is odd for my transactions.

Ferengi last stake was October 24. As I say above, CAP have many problems and need hardfork or coin swap. Better ask Presstab take over CAP.
In Hyperstake no such problems at all.


OK.  To be honest, a lot of what you guys were talking about was unfamiliar to me.   So, you're going ahead with a Caps clone, I take it.  Would you now be more helpful in preserving the original Bottlecaps without your other ideas, since that coin has your new visions?

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November 04, 2017, 07:49:24 PM
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Didn’t quite get... Where can I buy tokens?
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November 04, 2017, 08:09:32 PM
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Didn’t quite get... Where can I buy tokens?


Cryptopia.  Coinsmarket.com was easy to add KGB2, maybe CAPS could be added by someone.

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November 04, 2017, 08:43:30 PM
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I do not see big interest in new coin, and stop developing CAPP, and wait what will happens with original CAP.

PS. CAP always was on coinmarketcap -  https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bottlecaps/

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