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December 03, 2013, 11:38:25 PM
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Quark logo is FINE!

Yeah I like this design a lot. I saw it on Reddit and posted there as well. Looks extremely pro. But I also agree that the current logo is better than the one this guy used. But the rest of the site is top notch. Maybe the old logo just needs a touch up?

Yes, that site design is nice and I agree with both of you, the current logo is just fine and all it could need may be minor refinements. It is a no brainer that it should be kept.

I think this ℚ Quarkcoin Logo looks cool. Maybe add it to the slick website Smiley Think about it.




 
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December 04, 2013, 12:05:15 AM
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Quark logo is FINE!

Yeah I like this design a lot. I saw it on Reddit and posted there as well. Looks extremely pro. But I also agree that the current logo is better than the one this guy used. But the rest of the site is top notch. Maybe the old logo just needs a touch up?

Yes, that site design is nice and I agree with both of you, the current logo is just fine and all it could need may be minor refinements. It is a no brainer that it should be kept.


Ive realized Quark needs to focus on more important things, at this point someone just needs to polish the current Quark logo and make it more appealing with maybe more of a metallic finish. The most important things the Quark community has to take care of are listed on here: http://quark.freeforums.net/thread/296/quark-community-project-development-teams and http://quark.freeforums.net/thread/246/quarkcoin-project-improvement-list




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Lets get a list together of things we need to make QuarkCoin easier to use; easier to get information on; easier to follow; easier to obtain; and easier to spend.



I start with the following:



1. An exchange (I'm currently working on an exchange that will make buying/selling QuarkCoin as easy as Bitcoin itself, but in the meantime, Cryptsy, Bter, and Coin-E are simply not options if we wish for QuarkCoin to grow. Their servers are slow; their interfaces need working; and liquidity is still an issue. Currently, there still is no option for direct exchanges between USD/QRK or EUR/QRK. There is only BTC/QRK or QRK/CNY. Not cool.)



2. Local Exchange. You know LocalBitcoins? We need a LocalQuarkCoins.



3. Faster wallet. There is no reason to download the whole blockchain. Think MultiBit. It's light. It's fast. QuarkCoin claims to be fast, yet it's still reminiscent of Bitcoin having to download the blockchain.



4. A new website design. There is a contest going on for a new QuarkCoin logo. One of the guys mentioned that the current logo looks dated. Well the same applies to the current website design.



5. Mobile app. No explanation needed.



6. A domain name that does not end in [dot] com. Have we learned nothing over the past 2 years?



7. Servers for the website & forums held outside U.S jurisdiction. Same reason as above.



8. A video that explains the pros of QuarkCoin, over both fiat AND other cryptos.



9. A social media presence. This will make people feel more comfortable getting on board. Even now, with myself heavily excited about QuarkCoin, I am bit cautious as to whether there is any forward development of the ecosystem. Has development stalled? Are there any projects in the works?



10. A project board. This way whoever wants to get on board developing something they can. This will also give people a sense that the community is active.



11. Meetups. This will not only help awareness of QuarkCoin, but will foster discussions pertaining to the challenges & advantages QuarkCoin has. Plus, you get to make new friends. Pretty cool.



12. Bi-annual release convention. No other crypto-currency is doing this. Yes, they have large meetups and conventions of some form or another, but think of the 6-month release cycle for Ubuntu. Every 6-months, the Quark community should host a conference like Google I/O, but with a Google Hangouts & Hackerspace type feel. All walks of life will feel free to come.



13. A wallet that can be installed on your computer, not one that you have to "run" every time to use.


14. Merge Quark Freeforums & QuarkTalk. Why have two discussion boards? Also, QuarkTalk feels as fast as "freeforums", but newer.


I encourage everyone who is interested in starting on one of these, to get in touch with the community. I am currently working on an exchange. If anyone wants to lend a hand do let me know.


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Last edit: December 04, 2013, 01:29:10 PM by mojo42380
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Ok got a miner downloaded. When I click the executable I get json rpc call failed. I try to use a command line like I did for xpm and it doesnt recognize minerd. Heres the line I am trying

 C:\minerd.exe -a quark -t 8 -o http://qrk.coinmine.pl:6010 -u xxx -p xxx


Can someone help me here. I am an almost total noob to mining but would like to learn. Thanks!





Check your quarkcoin.conf file contents.

Here is mine:

listen=1
maxconnections=80
gen=1
genproclimit=-1
rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=xpasswordx
rpcallowip=url
rpcport=6010
setgenerate true=-1
server=1
daemon=1

Make sure the username and password match your username and password when running the cpuminer command line.

Also, is your minerd.exe sitting in the C:\ root directory?  You may need to update the path to minerd.exe.

Edited:
you need stratum+tcp://qrk.coinmine.pl:6010 instead of http://qrk.coinmine.pl:6010 in your command line.
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December 04, 2013, 12:29:46 AM
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I also like this one, nice and simple:



By the way if anyone wants to see the new logos being designed, there is a contest going on:
http://quarktalk.com/index.php?p=/discussion/3/quark-logo-contest-120000-00-qrk-pledged

 
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December 04, 2013, 12:49:56 AM
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So let's see about some rules:
- never spend money on things you don't understand
- never spend money which you can't lose
- investments, where you can make a lot money, you can lose a lot money

It is good you only have 100 bucks for the next weeks, so I hope you will never forget this simple rulez.

So let's see, if you story is likely true:
- You said you lost 224 000 quarks
- the price was $0.20
- you paid with one 2 weeks paycheck

Therefore you make more than 1Mio. in one year. But you only got 100$ left?  Roll Eyes
Oh god. We have the new Sherlock Holmes here.

I lost them when the price was 20 cents. Didn't buy them per 20 cents.
I bought more than 120k QRKs when they had low price, like 0.5-1 cent.

Here are my 2 cents, Sherlock.

Yeah I just wanted to say that you made a stupid investment, but than I did the math. And you wrote "Too late to know that. I bought at 0.22."
Yeah, I bought at  0.22-.020 about 20k..

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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December 04, 2013, 12:54:30 AM
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Quark logo is FINE!

Yeah I like this design a lot. I saw it on Reddit and posted there as well. Looks extremely pro. But I also agree that the current logo is better than the one this guy used. But the rest of the site is top notch. Maybe the old logo just needs a touch up?

Yes, that site design is nice and I agree with both of you, the current logo is just fine and all it could need may be minor refinements. It is a no brainer that it should be kept.


Ive realized Quark needs to focus on more important things, at this point someone just needs to polish the current Quark logo and make it more appealing with maybe more of a metallic finish. The most important things the Quark community has to take care of are listed on here: http://quark.freeforums.net/thread/296/quark-community-project-development-teams and http://quark.freeforums.net/thread/246/quarkcoin-project-improvement-list




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Lets get a list together of things we need to make QuarkCoin easier to use; easier to get information on; easier to follow; easier to obtain; and easier to spend.



I start with the following:



1. An exchange (I'm currently working on an exchange that will make buying/selling QuarkCoin as easy as Bitcoin itself, but in the meantime, Cryptsy, Bter, and Coin-E are simply not options if we wish for QuarkCoin to grow. Their servers are slow; their interfaces need working; and liquidity is still an issue. Currently, there still is no option for direct exchanges between USD/QRK or EUR/QRK. There is only BTC/QRK or QRK/CNY. Not cool.)



2. Local Exchange. You know LocalBitcoins? We need a LocalQuarkCoins.



3. Faster wallet. There is no reason to download the whole blockchain. Think MultiBit. It's light. It's fast. QuarkCoin claims to be fast, yet it's still reminiscent of Bitcoin having to download the blockchain.



4. A new website design. There is a contest going on for a new QuarkCoin logo. One of the guys mentioned that the current logo looks dated. Well the same applies to the current website design.



5. Mobile app. No explanation needed.



6. A domain name that does not end in [dot] com. Have we learned nothing over the past 2 years?



7. Servers for the website & forums held outside U.S jurisdiction. Same reason as above.



8. A video that explains the pros of QuarkCoin, over both fiat AND other cryptos.



9. A social media presence. This will make people feel more comfortable getting on board. Even now, with myself heavily excited about QuarkCoin, I am bit cautious as to whether there is any forward development of the ecosystem. Has development stalled? Are there any projects in the works?



10. A project board. This way whoever wants to get on board developing something they can. This will also give people a sense that the community is active.



11. Meetups. This will not only help awareness of QuarkCoin, but will foster discussions pertaining to the challenges & advantages QuarkCoin has. Plus, you get to make new friends. Pretty cool.



12. Bi-annual release convention. No other crypto-currency is doing this. Yes, they have large meetups and conventions of some form or another, but think of the 6-month release cycle for Ubuntu. Every 6-months, the Quark community should host a conference like Google I/O, but with a Google Hangouts & Hackerspace type feel. All walks of life will feel free to come.



13. A wallet that can be installed on your computer, not one that you have to "run" every time to use.


14. Merge Quark Freeforums & QuarkTalk. Why have two discussion boards? Also, QuarkTalk feels as fast as "freeforums", but newer.


I encourage everyone who is interested in starting on one of these, to get in touch with the community. I am currently working on an exchange. If anyone wants to lend a hand do let me know.




Spot on!!
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December 04, 2013, 01:19:17 AM
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Great list.

A thing to add, would be a quarkcoin giveaway...


If quark is to be this fairly distributed currency, we should really think about spreading those QRK around, especially to beginners.

And especially now when QRK is below 1$.

And I don't mean a quarkcoin giveaway here on this forum, but somewhere more qrk-only-related.
Make the user do something... sign up, download a wallet, etc and give him a qrk as present.

You hear me, QRK-Millionaires?

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Great list.

A thing to add, would be a quarkcoin giveaway...


If quark is to be this fairly distributed currency, we should really think about spreading those QRK around, especially to beginners.

And especially now when QRK is below 1$.

And I don't mean a quarkcoin giveaway here on this forum, but somewhere more qrk-only-related.
Make the user do something... sign up, download a wallet, etc and give him a qrk as present.

You hear me, QRK-Millionaires?


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Great list.

A thing to add, would be a quarkcoin giveaway...


If quark is to be this fairly distributed currency, we should really think about spreading those QRK around, especially to beginners.

And especially now when QRK is below 1$.

And I don't mean a quarkcoin giveaway here on this forum, but somewhere more qrk-only-related.
Make the user do something... sign up, download a wallet, etc and give him a qrk as present.

You hear me, QRK-Millionaires?


This is actually a really great idea. It would go a long way towards smoothing over some of the "98%" crap you keep seeing over and over again if reference to QRK.

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I installed additional server to handle load. Frontend address has been updated but stratum address is the same
Thats awesome and we appreciate that effort. In my case I was being lazy and letting chrome cache my long ass pw for the site and now I cant remember it and your forgot password system isnt sending me an email. I am 99% certain that I set an email address.
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December 04, 2013, 01:38:35 AM
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Great list.

A thing to add, would be a quarkcoin giveaway...


If quark is to be this fairly distributed currency, we should really think about spreading those QRK around, especially to beginners.

And especially now when QRK is below 1$.

And I don't mean a quarkcoin giveaway here on this forum, but somewhere more qrk-only-related.
Make the user do something... sign up, download a wallet, etc and give him a qrk as present.

You hear me, QRK-Millionaires?


This is actually a really great idea. It would go a long way towards smoothing over some of the "98%" crap you keep seeing over and over again if reference to QRK.

EXACTLY!

The only difficulty is to find a giveaway system that can't be easily abused.

But it is true, nearly everyone I see thinks QRK is massively premined. And they distance themselves even more if you try to give a so-called explanation why it's NOT premined, although it absolutely looks like that.
First impression is what counts, sadly. But that's just the way it is.

Another form of really valuable giveaway can be learned when you look at how devcoins are distributed to developers.
If you want to spread QRK around the good way, create a form of public to-do-list, where jobs are advertised, like:

JOB: create portal similar to localbitcoins. Goal, within 3 months. Pledge: 250k QRK

etc...

Let the developer know what he can get in advance if he helps the community.
And have a website where those pledged amounts of QRK are kept by an escrow.
And have a public address visible where the amount of QRK is checkable.

etc

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I'm supporting all ti s development - right now my priority has been helping new users get a Bitcoin to buy QRK -

as pretty important task - but we are working and i'm developing a nice team of  contact in my development email -

so hopefully we can see some positive movement -

is is just me or is _QRK "stuck" on coinmarketcap.com

these poor guys really don't like us -


how it go:

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Great list.

A thing to add, would be a quarkcoin giveaway...


If quark is to be this fairly distributed currency, we should really think about spreading those QRK around, especially to beginners.

And especially now when QRK is below 1$.

And I don't mean a quarkcoin giveaway here on this forum, but somewhere more qrk-only-related.
Make the user do something... sign up, download a wallet, etc and give him a qrk as present.

You hear me, QRK-Millionaires?


This is actually a really great idea. It would go a long way towards smoothing over some of the "98%" crap you keep seeing over and over again if reference to QRK.

EXACTLY!

The only difficulty is to find a giveaway system that can't be easily abused.

But it is true, nearly everyone I see thinks QRK is massively premined. And they distance themselves even more if you try to give a so-called explanation why it's NOT premined, although it absolutely looks like that.
First impression is what counts, sadly. But that's just the way it is.

Another form of really valuable giveaway can be learned when you look at how devcoins are distributed to developers.
If you want to spread QRK around the good way, create a form of public to-do-list, where jobs are advertised, like:

JOB: create portal similar to localbitcoins. Goal, within 3 months. Pledge: 250k QRK

etc...

Let the developer know what he can get in advance if he helps the community.
And have a website where those pledged amounts of QRK are kept by an escrow.
And have a public address visible where the amount of QRK is checkable.

etc



I know its only an estimate for the bounty of the website but 250k is a bit too much lol.  For the amount promised to be actually given it should be around 20-50k Quark for each Goal ranging in difficulty. Considering if it hits $1 soon that will be an amazing bounty for a specific task on the goals list.
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December 04, 2013, 01:58:33 AM
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I'm supporting all ti s development - right now my priority has been helping new users get a Bitcoin to buy QRK -

as pretty important task - but we are working and i'm developing a nice team of  contact in my development email -

so hopefully we can see some positive movement -

is is just me or is _QRK "stuck" on coinmarketcap.com

these poor guys really don't like us -


how it go:

"A barking dog doesn't chase parked cars"

Don't worry, I am working on my own marketcap (but not only) website, it will be finished within a week.
Be assured that QRK will not be treated badly there. ;-)

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Considering if it hits $1 soon that will be an amazing bounty for a specific task on the goals list.

You have a crystal ball or something?

I think QRK that are payed now for a developer should not be fixated on some future speculative price.
Make the devs believe that they are really on to something, and that the price is really worth it.

Now is really not the time for greed, lol

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JOB: create portal similar to localbitcoins. Goal, within 3 months. Pledge: 250k QRK



I know its only an estimate for the bounty of the website but 250k is a bit too much lol.  For the amount promised to be actually given it should be around 20-50k Quark for each Goal ranging in difficulty. Considering if it hits $1 soon that will be an amazing bounty for a specific task on the goals list.

Well... and I say that's the greed that's going to kill QRK.

How much do you think does a good secure portal cost? And one that must be maintained for an indefinite time?

Seriously, it's all about showing to the world that QRK is fairly distributed, and no better way to do that then to pay good people for good work.

The QRKs pledged will not be lost, dude, they will be "distributed".

Don't forget there are 200 millions in the hands of a few dozen people (I suspect) and that IS going to keep a lot of people away from QRK, forever!



Agreed. But im talking about the smaller tasks, a site such as LocalBitcoins for Quark should at least have a 200k Quark Bounty.
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JOB: create portal similar to localbitcoins. Goal, within 3 months. Pledge: 250k QRK



I know its only an estimate for the bounty of the website but 250k is a bit too much lol.  For the amount promised to be actually given it should be around 20-50k Quark for each Goal ranging in difficulty. Considering if it hits $1 soon that will be an amazing bounty for a specific task on the goals list.

Well... and I say that's the greed that's going to kill QRK.

How much do you think does a good secure portal cost? And one that must be maintained for an indefinite time?

Seriously, it's all about showing to the world that QRK is fairly distributed, and no better way to do that then to pay good people for good work.

The QRKs pledged will not be lost, dude, they will be "distributed".

Don't forget there are 200 millions in the hands of a few dozen people (I suspect) and that IS going to keep a lot of people away from QRK, forever!



Agreed. But im talking about the smaller tasks, a site such as LocalBitcoins for Quark should at least have a 200k Quark Bounty.

We agree. But depends on the specifications of the job. It can easily be 250k if you ask me.
People are not gonna want to use a cheap site. You need some sort of reputation system, etc...

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December 04, 2013, 03:37:43 AM
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Github source and Windows wallet updated:

* New checkpoint
* Additional seed nodes
* Fix copyright typo

See first post for download links.


Great, tell me, in what code file are the pointers to the seed nodes located?
I assume the IPs of those seed nodes are hardcoded into the code?


I always wonders what was that peers.dat in the home directory.

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I implore anyone who wants to talk about future Quark development to hop onto #quark-dev on Freenode.
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December 04, 2013, 04:09:32 AM
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p2pool quark stopped working when reward got reduced to 16.

probably something about the subsidy or dust settings

i was gone until just now so didnt notice it, since whenever it flipped to 16.

process killed now.

i have no clue wtf the coins went to, since i didnt receive any either (2 times out of like 8 blocks)

ed: oh, i'm guessing theyre stored somewhere and didnt just disappear into the æther.  i dont even know where to locate a working block explorer,  is there one for quark?  lol.  

p2pool data dir is still as was, so if t's storing them as dust payments or something similar then there's probably a change to make to networks.py to get it to pay them all out

but i cant poke around right now.  plus i need to find something else to do with all these cpus, since quark isnt worth a shit anymore now with the drop to 16

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