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Author Topic: HoboNickels - HBN - High Fast Stake - Version 2.0! More Secure, Less Intensive  (Read 473715 times)
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November 25, 2014, 06:24:39 AM
Last edit: November 25, 2014, 06:48:30 AM by BainbridgeJ
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could I be pointed to the merchants that accept HBN

http://www.hobonickels.info/accepts.php

and if you are looking for more, why not vote for HoboNickels to be included on Coinpayments:

https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

The vote ends on December 5, 2014 at 12:00:00pm EST ... and HoboNickels are listed!

Why limit it to merchants? HoboNickels could be an excellent medium of barter between two people, just as the original Hobo Nickels were. Early days! I wonder what next year will bring?  Smiley


The rules for coinpayments.net are rather odd, however if there is a way to do a cross vote deal, ie: you promise to provide 3 votes to EMC2 and I will promise to provide 3 votes to HBN, would you agree?  

This would be a strategic partnership to advance the mutual goals of non-associated coins, let me know if you agree with the premise so that we could then examine the details.

Coinpayments are strict on one vote per person. I must make it clear that I have voted for another coin and it was only in doing that, that I saw HoboNickels listed with no votes. My personal view is that any votes should come directly from the community as an expression of strength from each individual member. Being listed on Coinpayments would concentrate the mind on use and I do have some ideas in that direction. If the strength of feeling is there to muster the 25-35 votes that should ensure being taken on board, then that would be a good sign. If it isn't there, then I would rather wait for a more appropriate time when it is.

By the way, if anyone is interested in voting, each vote costs 0.001 BTC. Besides Bitcoin,  you can use Litecoin (0.10326 LTC) and Dogecoin (1483.411677 Doge). The cost of a vote is equivalent to 37 cents (US$0.37), 0.30 Euros, or 23 pence (£0.23). Each token amount is donated to charity.

For anyone voting, make sure that you confirm your vote by clicking on the authorisation link which will be sent to you via email, otherwise it won't be registered. Allow for any transaction fee in sending a deposit to Coinpayments.

To vote:
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

To check the progress of the vote:
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote-thanks
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November 25, 2014, 07:48:52 AM
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could I be pointed to the merchants that accept HBN

http://www.hobonickels.info/accepts.php

and if you are looking for more, why not vote for HoboNickels to be included on Coinpayments:

https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

The vote ends on December 5, 2014 at 12:00:00pm EST ... and HoboNickels are listed!

Why limit it to merchants? HoboNickels could be an excellent medium of barter between two people, just as the original Hobo Nickels were. Early days! I wonder what next year will bring?  Smiley


The rules for coinpayments.net are rather odd, however if there is a way to do a cross vote deal, ie: you promise to provide 3 votes to EMC2 and I will promise to provide 3 votes to HBN, would you agree?  

This would be a strategic partnership to advance the mutual goals of non-associated coins, let me know if you agree with the premise so that we could then examine the details.

Coinpayments are strict on one vote per person. I must make it clear that I have voted for another coin and it was only in doing that, that I saw HoboNickels listed with no votes. My personal view is that any votes should come directly from the community as an expression of strength from each individual member. Being listed on Coinpayments would concentrate the mind on use and I do have some ideas in that direction. If the strength of feeling is there to muster the 25-35 votes that should ensure being taken on board, then that would be a good sign. If it isn't there, then I would rather wait for a more appropriate time when it is.

By the way, if anyone is interested in voting, each vote costs 0.001 BTC. Besides Bitcoin,  you can use Litecoin (0.10326 LTC) and Dogecoin (1483.411677 Doge). The cost of a vote is equivalent to 37 cents (US$0.37), 0.30 Euros, or 23 pence (£0.23). Each token amount is donated to charity.

For anyone voting, make sure that you confirm your vote by clicking on the authorisation link which will be sent to you via email, otherwise it won't be registered. Allow for any transaction fee in sending a deposit to Coinpayments.

To vote:
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

To check the progress of the vote:
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote-thanks


The one vote pers person, is understandable per coin; but if the rule is one vote per person period, that would be foolish.  There is no one in the alt community that has allegiance to only one coin; and highly unlikely that they are only associated with only a single coin, or only invested in a single coin.   But I'm not here to push "the spirit of the rule" only to make life better for everyone through cooperation.   Sorry it could not work out this time.

We will do a strategic partnership deal in the future.



 
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November 26, 2014, 12:30:16 PM
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It seems the Hobonickels.info site is down:

This Domain Name Has Expired - Renewal Instructions.

I'd be happy to contribute if that's what it takes to get it back up again. Among other things I particularly like too examine the charts now and then

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November 26, 2014, 12:49:04 PM
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It seems the Hobonickels.info site is down:

This Domain Name Has Expired - Renewal Instructions.

I'd be happy to contribute if that's what it takes to get it back up again. Among other things I particularly like too examine the charts now and then

Thanks. I am actually in the process of taking it over. PressTab had run it in the past, but I will be going forward. It maybe down for a bit while everything gets changed over.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0 hobonickels.info
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November 26, 2014, 11:09:08 PM
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It seems the Hobonickels.info site is down:

This Domain Name Has Expired - Renewal Instructions.

I'd be happy to contribute if that's what it takes to get it back up again. Among other things I particularly like too examine the charts now and then

Thanks. I am actually in the process of taking it over. PressTab had run it in the past, but I will be going forward. It maybe down for a bit while everything gets changed over.

Is your sig a donation address?
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November 26, 2014, 11:24:35 PM
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It seems the Hobonickels.info site is down:

This Domain Name Has Expired - Renewal Instructions.

I'd be happy to contribute if that's what it takes to get it back up again. Among other things I particularly like too examine the charts now and then

Thanks. I am actually in the process of taking it over. PressTab had run it in the past, but I will be going forward. It maybe down for a bit while everything gets changed over.

Is your sig a donation address?

It can be, sure. Absolutely not necessary though.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0 hobonickels.info
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November 27, 2014, 06:39:58 PM
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https://theblocksfactory.com updated to 1.5 !

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November 27, 2014, 09:38:41 PM
Last edit: November 27, 2014, 10:01:43 PM by ninjarobot
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HBN Black Friday Sale is now on! :)

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November 28, 2014, 12:39:29 AM
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Ya i'm loving it. Someone has been selling into anything I seem to put up.
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November 28, 2014, 05:14:47 AM
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Thanks so much. Let me know if you have any issues.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0 hobonickels.info
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November 29, 2014, 05:49:18 PM
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Site should be up and running soon, I am working with Tranz to get it transferred to him.  We both thought that the transfer would be much easier and quicker.

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November 30, 2014, 02:10:30 PM
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Morning all . Looks like smartmining.net has stopped their HBN pool. Woke up this morning after using this pool for 8 months to this msg...

We're closing this pool. Please withdraw before Dec 12 2014.

Just an FYI to anyone using them...time for me to find a new pool Sad
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November 30, 2014, 03:56:19 PM
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Morning all . Looks like smartmining.net has stopped their HBN pool. Woke up this morning after using this pool for 8 months to this msg...

We're closing this pool. Please withdraw before Dec 12 2014.

Just an FYI to anyone using them...time for me to find a new pool Sad

Thanks for the heads up I will update the OPs.

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November 30, 2014, 07:46:50 PM
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1.5 introduces the 250 max stake right?  Friday night math doublecheck...we should make sure blocks are <10,000 so as to not hit the stake ceiling?  

I noticed this "250" in OP...I thought that we been talking about 500?

Initially we discussed 500. I did some math after looking over the block chain and trying to figure out what was best for both the network, users and inflation rate.  250 seemed a bit better.  Based on what I see on the block chain. 99% of stakes are already well below this mark.  

Please can you clarify this.  Is the maximum RECEIVABLE AMOUNT of stake 250 HBN at any one block (eg a chunk of 12,500 HBN with 10 days coin age will produce 250 HBN stake)  , or is the maximum size of block (chunk) which will stake, limited at 250 HBN in some way ?
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November 30, 2014, 08:33:36 PM
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Please can you clarify this.  Is the maximum RECEIVABLE AMOUNT of stake 250 HBN at any one block (eg a chunk of 12,500 HBN with 10 days coin age will produce 250 HBN stake)  , or is the maximum size of block (chunk) which will stake, limited at 250 HBN in some way ?

It is the maximum receivable amount of stake. A chunk of 12500 HBN should receive after 10 days a stake of 12500 x 10 x 1/365 = 342 which is above the limit. If my math is correct, 9125 coins should get you 250 HBN after 10 days.

(I'm assuming 100% stake. Due to HBN having NVCS this could change according to the difficulty)

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December 01, 2014, 12:42:03 AM
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Please can you clarify this.  Is the maximum RECEIVABLE AMOUNT of stake 250 HBN at any one block (eg a chunk of 12,500 HBN with 10 days coin age will produce 250 HBN stake)  , or is the maximum size of block (chunk) which will stake, limited at 250 HBN in some way ?

It is the maximum receivable amount of stake. A chunk of 12500 HBN should receive after 10 days a stake of 12500 x 10 x 1/365 = 342 which is above the limit. If my math is correct, 9125 coins should get you 250 HBN after 10 days.

(I'm assuming 100% stake. Due to HBN having NVCS this could change according to the difficulty)

Correct on both.

Another way to look at it would be, a set of 1,000 coins left in cold storage would reach max stake reward after ~ 95 days. 

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0 hobonickels.info
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December 01, 2014, 01:19:23 AM
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Please can you clarify this.  Is the maximum RECEIVABLE AMOUNT of stake 250 HBN at any one block (eg a chunk of 12,500 HBN with 10 days coin age will produce 250 HBN stake)  , or is the maximum size of block (chunk) which will stake, limited at 250 HBN in some way ?

It is the maximum receivable amount of stake. A chunk of 12500 HBN should receive after 10 days a stake of 12500 x 10 x 1/365 = 342 which is above the limit. If my math is correct, 9125 coins should get you 250 HBN after 10 days.

(I'm assuming 100% stake. Due to HBN having NVCS this could change according to the difficulty)

Correct on both.

Another way to look at it would be, a set of 1,000 coins left in cold storage would reach max stake reward after ~ 95 days. 

Thanks for the explanations.
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December 03, 2014, 04:42:12 AM
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Website is back up and running. Still a few things to get worked out. But it is active once again.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0 hobonickels.info
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December 03, 2014, 11:10:03 AM
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Website is back up and running. Still a few things to get worked out. But it is active once again.

Great! Nice to be able to check out the charts again.

About S4C. Today I have observed the S4C process in detail to see how the block selection works. Here's what happened:
I started with 2 mature blocks somewhat over 9K with the S4C enabled. When the first block staked, 2 blocks of 4860 were created of which one was used to sent S4C 25 confirmations later. Priority of these blocks was lower than 'highest'. So far so good.

Somewhat later the other block staked resulting again in 2 new blocks of 4860 with priority lower than 'highest'. The previous staked blocks by now had about 400 confirmations and priority 'highest'.

I'd say it would be fair to expect the S4C to choose one of the last created blocks with 25 confirmations and priority lower than 'highest'. Unfortunately that wasn't what happened. S4C choose the block of 4800 with 400 confirmations and priority 'highest'  in stead of the newly created block of 4860 with 25 confirmations and priority lower than 'highest'.

I came to the conclusion that S4C selection favors a tiny difference in blocksize over the priority it has. I think this shouldn't be like that, the priority should weigh before size. I can only imagine it was also meant to be. What use has priority otherwise?

In 2 days I have another block of 9K to stake and I don't dare to enable S4C anymore. The blocks created today will be the smallest in my wallet  and I am afraid S4C will choose them again. And there's no undo-button Smiley

 

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December 03, 2014, 01:49:03 PM
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Is it possible to unlock the wallet at start with a command line option, i.e. HoboNickels-qt.exe -unlockwallet [password]? Can't see any similar option from those available. Thanks.
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