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August 19, 2013, 04:46:48 PM
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I have a problem, I have send some gamecoins to cryptsy with the old version and then later upgraded to 081 but the transaction dont have any confirmations and I lost my gamecoins. I have deleted all files in appdata roaming except the wallet.dat and then started the new client, but it dont give any confirmation.
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August 19, 2013, 05:03:22 PM
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I have a question, in the gamecoin specifikations you set the total coins to 1.67 billion. But how much is it ? In europe its 10 exp 12 and in the us you say one billion is 10 exp 9 . Is it 167.000.000.000 or 1.670.000.000 Huh?

Gamecoin specifications

2.5 minute block targets
48 blocks (2 hours) to retarget difficulty
subsidy halves every 840,000 blocks (~4 years)
~1.67 billion total coins
1000 coins per block
Scrypt based


Depends how you define Europe I guess. In the UK (which is in Europe) a billion = 1,000 million (10 digits) and that is the convention used in the specs.

I have a problem, I have send some gamecoins to cryptsy with the old version and then later upgraded to 081 but the transaction dont have any confirmations and I lost my gamecoins. I have deleted all files in appdata roaming except the wallet.dat and then started the new client, but it dont give any confirmation.

Try running with the -rescan flag and it should detect your transaction never made it onto the blockchain and attempt to send it again.
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August 19, 2013, 05:11:14 PM
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I can agree with the above, I did the same and it took me another few hours with the new clients rescan option to send them

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August 19, 2013, 05:49:53 PM
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Just to clarify the CAP further:

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August 19, 2013, 10:46:29 PM
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I'm interested in promoting GME.

Is there an official forum for it yet? If not, I can aid in making one

FREE 100 GME if you post your Cryptsy TradeKey on the official GameCoinTalk forums

http://www.gamecointalk.org/index.php?topic=7.msg9#new
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August 19, 2013, 10:54:07 PM
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gamecoin price is exploding today.
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August 20, 2013, 05:26:15 AM
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I'm stuck on 47 blocks. I compiled the github sources. I have port 9776 open.

getinfo shows my version at 80200. Half of my peers are on version 0.8.1, and the other half are on 0.8.2.

If I use the addnode list in the OP, I only get clients on 0.8.1.

After a while after starting the daemon, most of the peers drop me, and I'm left with other peers with only 47 blocks also.

Do I need to downgrade to 0.8.1? Anyone have this issue?

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August 20, 2013, 06:52:40 AM
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I've registered gamecointalk.org

going to start a gamecoin site + forums soon. also offering bounties for building more GME related tech

FREE 100 GME if you post your Cryptsy TradeKey on the official GameCoinTalk forums

http://www.gamecointalk.org/index.php?topic=7.msg9#new
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August 20, 2013, 07:01:23 AM
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I'm stuck on 47 blocks. I compiled the github sources. I have port 9776 open.

getinfo shows my version at 80200. Half of my peers are on version 0.8.1, and the other half are on 0.8.2.

If I use the addnode list in the OP, I only get clients on 0.8.1.

After a while after starting the daemon, most of the peers drop me, and I'm left with other peers with only 47 blocks also.

Do I need to downgrade to 0.8.1? Anyone have this issue?

That's strange, I'm not aware of a version 0.8.2. Perhaps you compiled an older .8.0.2?
The version I'm running which I can confirm is working is v0.8.1.0. A pre-compiled windows version can be downloaded from the google docs linked in the first post. Other platforms available in first post as well. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B49exKIsGBn5Zks1VWRZUzdzSU0/edit

The latest update as far as I know is 0.8.1.0 it will kick peers using an incorrect and previous version due to an old attack which left a visual sync error. If you're running an old blockchain, try deleting the blockchain and let it re-sync fully with only connecting to 0.8.1 peers.

Might be best to try a pre-compiled wallet until a dev can shed light onto a possible error with the github source.



I've registered gamecointalk.org

going to start a gamecoin site + forums soon. also offering bounties for building more GME related tech

Very nice, thanks for offering to start a gamecoin community outside of the bitcointalk alt forum. I'll definitely join once it's up and running and try to help out where ever.
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August 20, 2013, 10:59:01 AM
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I've registered gamecointalk.org

going to start a gamecoin site + forums soon. also offering bounties for building more GME related tech

Great job. I'll definitely join you at gamecointalk.org

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August 20, 2013, 11:47:09 AM
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I've made some edits on GitHub, one of which is an update to the version number but I didn't intend to get a new client compiled for another week or so. If you've compiled from GitHub v0.8.2 is a valid version although it's as yet untested and that sticking at block 47 sounds like some of my edits have caused some problems and need to be reverted. I'll update GitHub ASAP.
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August 21, 2013, 12:19:09 AM
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WOW! 174MH on the network??? thats crazy for a network which was considered dead before? where is all this hash coming from?

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August 21, 2013, 12:30:53 AM
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Ive just done a comparison of my pool and the rest of the pools and we add up to around 50MH in total atm, so where is the other 125MH coming from? is there that many solo'ers?

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August 21, 2013, 12:50:48 AM
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The network total hash is not 174Mhash.

It's much less than that. What happened, I'm assuming is we had people jump on while it was profitable until the difficulty went up then they abandoned mining. This was done to maximize their profits, or an attempt to attack the coin by getting the difficulty stuck. The current estimated network hash looks too far back to get an accurate representation. I don't think the it's meant to estimate within the 48 block retarget window.

If you look at the next estimated difficulty, it's much lower because we currently aren't solving blocks at a normal rate.

Thankfully the coin retarget is set low allowing for us to easily ride out the high difficulties. In fact as of writing this, right now we are on track to have the difficulty drop back down in just over 3 and half hours with current pool hash. When it does drop the coin will become instantly profitable to mine once again. We will likely see this trend of random difficulty jumps until the overall network is a little bit more stable and people devote time and hash to it.
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August 21, 2013, 02:08:12 AM
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Hello.

I am trying to add GameCoin to P2Pool but I am having an issue connecting to P2P of the client.

I am using the correct version bytes from the GitHub source but it still will not connect.

Is this a known issue?

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August 21, 2013, 05:48:10 AM
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The network total hash is not 174Mhash.

It's much less than that. What happened, I'm assuming is we had people jump on while it was profitable until the difficulty went up then they abandoned mining. This was done to maximize their profits, or an attempt to attack the coin by getting the difficulty stuck. The current estimated network hash looks too far back to get an accurate representation. I don't think the it's meant to estimate within the 48 block retarget window.

If you look at the next estimated difficulty, it's much lower because we currently aren't solving blocks at a normal rate.

Thankfully the coin retarget is set low allowing for us to easily ride out the high difficulties. In fact as of writing this, right now we are on track to have the difficulty drop back down in just over 3 and half hours with current pool hash. When it does drop the coin will become instantly profitable to mine once again. We will likely see this trend of random difficulty jumps until the overall network is a little bit more stable and people devote time and hash to it.

I added a 150 mhs last night to it and still have 110 mhs on it. I announced it 10 minutes ahead of time on Cryptsy as to not freak anyone out.

I'm just mining and that's all.


~BCX~




I'm sorry, but you're not "just mining". You appear to be exhibiting very hostile mining habits. You throw your hash rate at a coin with a low difficulty until it retargets causing a massive difficulty increase. At which point you then leave that coin/blockchain and jump to another one. In the process bringing the network to a halt/slow crawl. After hours of others mining and trying to get the coin to recover with a lower difficulty which matches the network hash, you come back and repeat the process.

Despite what you say, I see no evidence of your supposed 110 mhs still on the network.

You are essentially attacking the coin by means of a high difficulty attack.

This is not something that happens accidentally, it is an intentional attack on this and various other coins that you mine with the same method.
Watching the blockchain and the rate which blocks are solved, you can clearly see the start of the difficulty attack by tanking the network, and the damage it inflicts when you leave.


Please prove me wrong on this assumption. Wink
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August 21, 2013, 10:13:14 AM
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@bitcoin express if what you say is true and I believe you as I should for pointing out the potential flaw in my pool, then its fine. However if U are attacking, you lose all respect plenty of people have for U.

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August 21, 2013, 04:43:53 PM
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As i said before i trust you atm due to you pointing out that flaw so i dont see a reason to get you to prove your actions. The hashrate shown is already enough proof IMO. So no worries i believe you so far and dont think you'll perform an attack on it

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August 21, 2013, 04:54:12 PM
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I've lost almost all of my user. A user with 50kHash has remained faithful to me Wink

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August 23, 2013, 08:58:51 AM
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Bump  Smiley

The coin is doing good so far! Come check out http://www.gamecointalk.org!

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