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September 16, 2017, 02:47:23 AM
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the new wallet works awesome, Tranz can u get us on Bittrex? you need to verify yourself as dev and such, cryptopia is not enough to push this coin where it should be

Let's give 2.0 a full week to burn in and then assuming all is well I will go ahead and start a conversation with them.

This is a thing of beauty though.

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Really nice Tranz!

You made really a good job. I like your work and your coin!  Smiley
On a good time for the hobonickels coin.  Smiley

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September 16, 2017, 12:52:58 PM
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the new wallet works awesome, Tranz can u get us on Bittrex? you need to verify yourself as dev and such, cryptopia is not enough to push this coin where it should be

Let's give 2.0 a full week to burn in and then assuming all is well I will go ahead and start a conversation with them.

This is a thing of beauty though.

Love the ping times!



Really nice Tranz!

You made really a good job. I like your work and your coin!  Smiley
On a good time for the hobonickels coin.  Smiley

Thank you!!

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September 16, 2017, 04:48:13 PM
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Damm, this v2 don't like me  Grin
Back on good chain by redownloading the blockchain again, but now only 1M hbn instead of 1.4M  Angry

Time for rescan and repair  Cry

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September 16, 2017, 07:15:50 PM
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Damm, this v2 don't like me  Grin
Back on good chain by redownloading the blockchain again, but now only 1M hbn instead of 1.4M  Angry

Time for rescan and repair  Cry

Sorry Zels Sad If it makes you feel any better I had to do 2 rescans due to development issues. Lost 5 hours waiting for it. After the rescan, shouldn't have to do a repair, but won't hurt.

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September 16, 2017, 07:26:49 PM
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It's ok to have some trouble for a better network, just the Repair was enough and found all my coins  Grin

Sooo high  Shocked Wink

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September 16, 2017, 11:45:10 PM
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It's ok to have some trouble for a better network, just the Repair was enough and found all my coins  Grin

Sooo high  Shocked Wink

yeah, diff is crazy  Grin I like it, though, low cpu usage even with matured coins staking

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September 17, 2017, 10:52:06 AM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?
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September 17, 2017, 12:29:32 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

How big are your blocks ?
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September 17, 2017, 12:31:38 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

How big are your blocks ?


50000

potential stake is around 130 now, and age is nearly 3 days

I have some of them, so statistically it should happen.
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September 17, 2017, 12:52:57 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

How big are your blocks ?


50000

potential stake is around 130 now, and age is nearly 3 days

I have some of them, so statistically it should happen.

OK I have a few at various sizes including a risky one @+100k (interest rate might still be low enough to miss the cap)

lets see what happens  though I have plenty sitting around 7-8k which are 8 days and I would have expected at least one to go by now
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September 17, 2017, 01:35:36 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

You can see in coin control, the coins that are 1 day old and greater have weight. So they can stake. But with the higher difficulty can take a while to stake.   I'll try to find an example to ensure it is working correctly.

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September 17, 2017, 01:50:04 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

You can see in coin control, the coins that are 1 day old and greater have weight. So they can stake. But with the higher difficulty can take a while to stake.   I'll try to find an example to ensure it is working correctly.

I just had one and it orphaned .lol

scratch that .. wrong wallet.


I can see why there might be cause for concern as I have some blocks at 8.8 days which have 10x the weight of much smaller blocks at 13-14 days and only blocks over 10 days have staked since the fork .. but its no scientific.
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September 17, 2017, 02:12:40 PM
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is there a spot to download a snapshot of the chain? I am adding this over at thecryptopool.com Smiley
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September 17, 2017, 02:21:52 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

You can see in coin control, the coins that are 1 day old and greater have weight. So they can stake. But with the higher difficulty can take a while to stake.   I'll try to find an example to ensure it is working correctly.

My old stakes are around 5k in size, and with a potential reward of around 40, and they are minting all the time.

The new wallet with the large stakes is telling me: "not staking, because you don't have mature coins", and "current wallet pos weight: 0". The largest stakes of them have an age of over 3 days, and a pos weight potential stake reward of 135 (by coin control).
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September 17, 2017, 02:27:25 PM
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is there a spot to download a snapshot of the chain? I am adding this over at thecryptopool.com Smiley
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September 17, 2017, 04:30:50 PM
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I wonder if the mature time really has dropped from 10 days to 1 day. Reorganized coins have not staked yet after 3 days. Any info about this?

You can see in coin control, the coins that are 1 day old and greater have weight. So they can stake. But with the higher difficulty can take a while to stake.   I'll try to find an example to ensure it is working correctly.

I just had one and it orphaned .lol

scratch that .. wrong wallet.


I can see why there might be cause for concern as I have some blocks at 8.8 days which have 10x the weight of much smaller blocks at 13-14 days and only blocks over 10 days have staked since the fork .. but its no scientific.


also showing a big discrepancy between the wallet weight on the green up arrow button and that reported as total in coin control
very approximate to difference of not including the coin age between 1 and 10 days ??
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September 17, 2017, 10:15:45 PM
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Another hint: The message "You have 50% chance of producing a stake within TIME" delivers an at least 10 times  higher time span than the real minting occurs.
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September 17, 2017, 11:13:55 PM
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I am looking into the Min stake issue.  I will let you know what I find out.

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September 18, 2017, 04:33:54 AM
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Good news and bad.

Good news I found the issue.   The setting for the kernel Modifier is set for 6 hours.

Code:
static const unsigned int MODIFIER_INTERVAL = 6 * 60 * 60;

On the surface this seems fine. But it runs through this function:

Code:
// Get selection interval section (in seconds)
static int64_t GetStakeModifierSelectionIntervalSection(int nSection)
{
    assert (nSection >= 0 && nSection < 64);
    return (nModifierInterval * 63 / (63 + ((63 - nSection) * (MODIFIER_INTERVAL_RATIO - 1))));
}

Which changes it to 8.8 days(seem familiar?).

So no stake can be calculated that is below this ModiferSelection.  

Bad News?   I can't change this without a hard fork Sad

Sorry I didn't catch this earlier. I did test this quite a bit. But the testnest setting:

Code:
bool LoadBlockIndex(bool fAllowNew)
{
    LOCK(cs_main);

    if (fTestNet)
    {
        pchMessageStart[0] = 0xcd;
        pchMessageStart[1] = 0xf2;
        pchMessageStart[2] = 0xc0;
        pchMessageStart[3] = 0xef;

        bnProofOfStakeLimit = bnProofOfStakeLimitTestNet; // 0x00000fff PoS base target is fixed in testnet
        bnProofOfWorkLimit = bnProofOfWorkLimitTestNet; // 0x0000ffff PoW base target is fixed in testnet
        nStakeMinAge = 2 * 60 * 60; // test net min age is 2 hours
       nModifierInterval = 20 * 60; // test modifier interval is 20 minutes
Code:
       nCoinbaseMaturity = 10; // test maturity is 10 blocks
        nStakeTargetSpacing = 1 * 60; // test block spacing is 3 minutes
}

Is set in a complete different modal. So my test passed there. And I didn't realize it was different. But this is one of those settings that can't be tested on main net unless you fork off your own chain.

I think for the time being we have been through enough forks. I will plan for another one in the next 6-12 months or possible sooner that will fix this issue.  Plus other things we may decide.

Another hint: The message "You have 50% chance of producing a stake within TIME" delivers an at least 10 times  higher time span than the real minting occurs.
This I can and have fixed for the next release.


I can see why there might be cause for concern as I have some blocks at 8.8 days which have 10x the weight of much smaller blocks at 13-14 days and only blocks over 10 days have staked since the fork .. but its no scientific.


8.8 is the min, so those should be up for stake now.

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September 18, 2017, 08:05:09 AM
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Good news and bad.

Good news I found the issue.   The setting for the kernel Modifier is set for 6 hours.

Code:
static const unsigned int MODIFIER_INTERVAL = 6 * 60 * 60;

On the surface this seems fine. But it runs through this function:

Code:
// Get selection interval section (in seconds)
static int64_t GetStakeModifierSelectionIntervalSection(int nSection)
{
    assert (nSection >= 0 && nSection < 64);
    return (nModifierInterval * 63 / (63 + ((63 - nSection) * (MODIFIER_INTERVAL_RATIO - 1))));
}

Which changes it to 8.8 days(seem familiar?).

So no stake can be calculated that is below this ModiferSelection.  

Bad News?   I can't change this without a hard fork Sad

Sorry I didn't catch this earlier. I did test this quite a bit. But the testnest setting:

Code:
bool LoadBlockIndex(bool fAllowNew)
{
    LOCK(cs_main);

    if (fTestNet)
    {
        pchMessageStart[0] = 0xcd;
        pchMessageStart[1] = 0xf2;
        pchMessageStart[2] = 0xc0;
        pchMessageStart[3] = 0xef;

        bnProofOfStakeLimit = bnProofOfStakeLimitTestNet; // 0x00000fff PoS base target is fixed in testnet
        bnProofOfWorkLimit = bnProofOfWorkLimitTestNet; // 0x0000ffff PoW base target is fixed in testnet
        nStakeMinAge = 2 * 60 * 60; // test net min age is 2 hours
       nModifierInterval = 20 * 60; // test modifier interval is 20 minutes
Code:
       nCoinbaseMaturity = 10; // test maturity is 10 blocks
        nStakeTargetSpacing = 1 * 60; // test block spacing is 3 minutes
}

Is set in a complete different modal. So my test passed there. And I didn't realize it was different. But this is one of those settings that can't be tested on main net unless you fork off your own chain.

I think for the time being we have been through enough forks. I will plan for another one in the next 6-12 months or possible sooner that will fix this issue.  Plus other things we may decide.

Another hint: The message "You have 50% chance of producing a stake within TIME" delivers an at least 10 times  higher time span than the real minting occurs.
This I can and have fixed for the next release.


I can see why there might be cause for concern as I have some blocks at 8.8 days which have 10x the weight of much smaller blocks at 13-14 days and only blocks over 10 days have staked since the fork .. but its no scientific.


8.8 is the min, so those should be up for stake now.

So what does this mean for difficulty?
If all blocks we eligible to state after 1 day I'd expect this difficulty.
We have this difficulty but they are not staking .....

possible we'll need another fork sooner rather than later?
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