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July 11, 2013, 02:45:14 AM
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More people need to trade on the exchange. It's moving really slowly.

because in reality its not worth anything (from someone mining it on 3 comps). its just a novelty experiment

I have some LTC that says it is.


bet you understand the price of everything but you fail to understand worth

Worth is subjective.

hey i'll sell you a vowel for 2 ltc or are you more a consonants kinda guy? Wink
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July 11, 2013, 02:48:03 AM
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Sorry about that, I will recompile with static.
Actually,  I'm having that problem as well - how do you compile embedding the DLLs?

Add '-static' to the end of the LDFLAGS in the makefile.

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That doesn't seem to help.  I notice the primecoin-qt.exe is only 8MB compared to 22MB for the original.   It runs as long as I have the DLLS in the system windows path, but that's annoying to do on multiple machines.  Do I need to include the /bin/ dirs somewhere in the makefile?  Something is not linking...
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July 11, 2013, 02:51:34 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.
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July 11, 2013, 02:56:37 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.

yeah there be plenty of miners sweating on their block maturing, to get them sold asap while its the current flavor
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July 11, 2013, 02:56:46 AM
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Is anyone else getting an internal compile error on the new main.cpp?
Did you mean the compiler itself generated an internal error on you?

I remember the days when I used to use Visual Studio.  Wink

On Ubuntu 13 on DigitalOcean, I get

g++: internal compile error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report

...I'm not sure I have the env setup right (I was just using the binaries before).  Is there a list of dependencies?  I was using a much older bitcoin instruction set before.
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July 11, 2013, 02:58:32 AM
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Is anyone else getting an internal compile error on the new main.cpp?
Did you mean the compiler itself generated an internal error on you?

I remember the days when I used to use Visual Studio.  Wink

On Ubuntu 13 on DigitalOcean, I get

g++: internal compile error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report

...I'm not sure I have the env setup right (I was just using the binaries before).  Is there a list of dependencies?  I was using a much older bitcoin instruction set before.

Check the main Digital Ocean thread, you need to compile using a larger droplet. You're running out of memory.
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July 11, 2013, 02:59:31 AM
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For any noob that may be "as noob as me"  since everybody assumes we all know what we're doing.. I would like you to know.. the update that was posted works..

Replacing the old files with the updated files did not work.. port error/uselisten=1
not needing a conf for the first wallet was great wish i had known..

since the updated files look like all the other qt wallet files for other coins.. was thinking maybe need to do this now
 
k well it won't dl the blockchain..  something must be borked in my windows install.. I have gotten 16 other qt-wallets to work.. this one tells me the same thing all other wallets tell me without a qt-- listen- blah blah- needs listen=0 blah blah


try %appdata%/roaming/primecoin/primecoin.conf

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server=1
rpcuser=xxx
rpcpassword=xxx123
rpcport=5555
addnode=54.225.81.214
addnode=54.225.116.178
addnode=54.225.123.48
addnode=107.20.202.112
addnode=54.225.123.87
addnode=54.225.81.214
addnode=54.225.116.178
addnode=54.225.123.48
addnode=54.225.123.87
addnode=107.20.202.112
addnode=54.224.142.224
addnode=54.224.28.160
addnode=184.72.193.229
addnode=54.225.19.196
addnode=50.16.142.10
addnode=23.20.77.101
addnode=54.224.95.193
addnode=54.234.90.173
addnode=23.21.2.143
addnode=23.20.0.137
addnode=54.227.57.231
addnode=54.227.81.48
addnode=54.224.112.133
addnode=54.224.194.112
addnode=50.16.112.122
addnode=54.214.144.235
addnode=54.244.76.225
addnode=54.245.7.222
addnode=54.244.204.96
addnode=54.214.187.152
addnode=50.112.197.152
addnode=54.214.168.133
addnode=54.214.100.229
addnode=54.244.199.134
addnode=54.245.138.68
addnode=54.214.59.206
addnode=54.244.208.77
addnode=54.214.103.110
gen=1

but right before using this as a .conf to try the updated file..  I decided to see what happens if i just open the updated qt in it's extracted folder without a conf or overwriting it to the old files.. hey it works.

lets try mining now...   @blastbob thnx for that conf btw.. had to go scanning through the first pages of the thread.. lol

and fyi to haters.. this is the only thread I have really cared to follow along with through almost 70 pages so far.. in this forum of madness.. should tell you something.. more people giving help to a noob could be for your benefit!  Smiley  

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July 11, 2013, 03:03:34 AM
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SatoshiRoulette.com adds Primecoin
SatoshiRoulette.com adds Primecoin

Hello all, CodeMonkey "LOVES" this coin (something about prime numbers being cool) so he actually did most of the work on this one: http://satoshiroulette.com/?mode=XPM

Our bets are quite low atm and PRIMECOIN games should be considered BETA while we iron out any bugs and acquire more coins to float the balance.

Please come by and try out your luck with this new altcoin Cheesy

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July 11, 2013, 03:07:11 AM
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Doesn't work, needs libgcc DLL.

Sorry about that, I will recompile with static.
Actually,  I'm having that problem as well - how do you compile embedding the DLLs?

Add '-static' to the end of the LDFLAGS in the makefile.


That doesn't seem to help.  I notice the primecoin-qt.exe is only 8MB compared to 22MB for the original.   It runs as long as I have the DLLS in the system windows path, but that's annoying to do on multiple machines.  Do I need to include the /bin/ dirs somewhere in the makefile?  Something is not linking...

Dude, you first have to have static libs to link against.

Isn't that why I include all this stuff....


INCLUDEPATHS= \
 -I"$(CURDIR)" \
 -I"c:/deps/boost_1_54_0" \
 -I"c:/deps/db-4.8.30.NC/build_unix" \
 -I"c:/deps/openssl-1.0.1e/include"

LIBPATHS= \
 -L"$(CURDIR)/leveldb" \
 -L"c:/deps/boost_1_54_0/stage/lib" \
 -L"c:/deps/db-4.8.30.NC/build_unix" \
 -L"c:/deps/openssl-1.0.1e" \
 -L"C:/Qt/4.8.5/lib" \
 -L"C:/Qt/4.8.5"

LIBS= \
 -l leveldb \
 -l memenv \
 -l boost_system$(BOOST_SUFFIX) \
 -l boost_filesystem$(BOOST_SUFFIX) \
 -l boost_program_options$(BOOST_SUFFIX) \
 -l boost_thread$(BOOST_SUFFIX) \
 -l boost_chrono$(BOOST_SUFFIX) \
 -l db_cxx \
 -l ssl \
 -l crypto
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July 11, 2013, 03:10:09 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.

yeah there be plenty of miners sweating on their block maturing, to get them sold asap while its the current flavor

What exactly are you mining? How is primecoin the "current flavor"?
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July 11, 2013, 03:14:12 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.

yeah there be plenty of miners sweating on their block maturing, to get them sold asap while its the current flavor
Just sold another block for $5 worth of Bitcoins. Nom nom nom those bid walls are delicious.
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July 11, 2013, 03:20:19 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.

yeah there be plenty of miners sweating on their block maturing, to get them sold asap while its the current flavor
Just sold another block for $5 worth of Bitcoins. Nom nom nom those bid walls are delicious.

Quit selling cheap, you're killing profits. Let the bidders sweat for a little while; it'll cause them to bid higher. Tongue
Haha, the way I figure, there are infinite primecoins, but speculator's money has to end at some point.

Yeah the spread on coins-e is pretty shitty. They only bids on there for a few hours were in the .001BTC range, until someone through up a .003 bid. I ate into that right quick.
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July 11, 2013, 03:23:13 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.

yeah there be plenty of miners sweating on their block maturing, to get them sold asap while its the current flavor
Just sold another block for $5 worth of Bitcoins. Nom nom nom those bid walls are delicious.

Quit selling cheap, you're killing profits. Let the bidders sweat for a little while; it'll cause them to bid higher. Tongue

dude theres like 100s of sellers (more when they mature) now and like 5 buyers (who are just those who are yet to score a block)
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Last edit: July 11, 2013, 03:37:04 AM by Zalfrin
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make sure your current block is incrementing if you're using the client I compiled, one of my local copy wasn't wanting to increment blocks.

Here's a complete zip file with all needed dlls, and it follows current block properly.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6dwcc5p1koj86vz/release5.zip
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July 11, 2013, 03:25:30 AM
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It's a smart idea, but mathematically, Primecoin is on a race to the bottom, so I have to play a little Game Theory.

$40 for just typing setgenerate true 3 days ago is clearly unsustainable, sooo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX0fIi3H-es
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July 11, 2013, 03:43:29 AM
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I just added Primecoin to http://coinmarketcap.com.  ~$50k now... should be interesting to watch where it goes from here.  Cool

Crypto-currency market cap rankings @ https://coinmarketcap.com
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July 11, 2013, 03:43:45 AM
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It's a smart idea, but mathematically, Primecoin is on a race to the bottom, so I have to play a little Game Theory.

$40 for just typing setgenerate true 3 days ago is clearly unsustainable, sooo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX0fIi3H-es

Of course. But think about this: the harder they get to generate, the more they may be worth. So price may go UP, not down.
Until a GPU miner comes along, mining Primecoins is basically free. They don't become more difficult to generate, they are just more evenly spread out.

We have to predict if the money brought into the Primecoin market by speculators can keep pace with or exceed the rate at which they are generated. Looking back on the hundreds of failed Altcoins, the only logical action I can take is to sell when hype is high.
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July 11, 2013, 03:45:25 AM
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I just added Primecoin to http://coinmarketcap.com.  ~$50k now... should be interesting to watch where it goes from here.  Cool
Which market are your calculations drawing from?
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July 11, 2013, 03:45:39 AM
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I sold 70 primecoins for .25BTC on Coins-e a few hours ago and cleaned out the bid table. Lol I love small markets.

yeah suckers born every minute.

why buy primecoin....hey I'll sell you actual real life prime numbers if you like people?


I still have a couple more blocks that haven't matured yet, I'll probably dump'em when Primecoin hits BTC-E. $25 for running my desktop for 72 hours, not bad lol.

yeah there be plenty of miners sweating on their block maturing, to get them sold asap while its the current flavor
Just sold another block for $5 worth of Bitcoins. Nom nom nom those bid walls are delicious.

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July 11, 2013, 03:45:42 AM
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You coders are so cute, but you know nothing about the economics of money--like everyone else.

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