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March 10, 2014, 03:47:08 PM
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Anoncoin is now available in PPA and Debian repository!

PPA (Ubuntu only):
https://launchpad.net/~anoncoin/+archive/anoncoin

Anoncoin has also been added to the I2P Debian/Ubuntu repository, URLs for your release could be found here
http://deb.i2p2.no/

Many thanks to KillYourTV from the I2P team for this!

Also, Gnosis has spoken more about the Zerocoin implementation:
https://pay.reddit.com/r/ZeroCoin/comments/1zxw8z/more_details_about_zerocoininanoncoin/

Cool, I think you should list the PPA and repository in the OP along with the Windows binaries link.  As I just spent hours messing around with QT-creator unsuccessfully until I found this post.

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March 12, 2014, 09:02:46 PM
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0% fee - nothing less!

New pool for your Anoncoin - Come mine with us now.

http://anc.poolerino.com/


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March 14, 2014, 11:51:27 PM
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New Design of Anoncoin blockexplorer forked from Abe has been published at https://github.com/geekz/Anoncoin-Explorer

Please feel free to use this to create blockchain explorer of anoncoin.
Will be adding more improvements in the design within next couple of weeks  Grin
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March 17, 2014, 06:25:46 PM
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Link to new block explorer : http://ancblockchain.com
A Block: http://ancblockchain.com/block/5f3f2f1aa181c76093dec8df03329ef6b6bb27ced4ace7f73936bf25233ad208
A Transaction :http://ancblockchain.com/tx/ddad61a37348cc3bbe01f5f24dd86c3eafdd19390109a6dfc5bfca4146dce867

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March 17, 2014, 07:39:48 PM
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No I can not find a version of stratum that works with this rolled back wallet Sad
Still digging, they all crash the wallet.

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March 19, 2014, 09:45:23 PM
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No I can not find a version of stratum that works with this rolled back wallet Sad
Still digging, they all crash the wallet.

Try https://github.com/Anoncoin/stratum-server .. I've never had problem with that Smiley

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March 25, 2014, 02:32:42 PM
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Strangely ANCblockchain's adresses all start by KXWc9osG and not by A...

Also few days ago it was more like blockchain.info, now it is like ABE

Would be nice to go back to the blockchain.info style and with correct ANC address IMHO Cheesy

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March 26, 2014, 09:07:36 AM
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Strangely ANCblockchain's adresses all start by KXWc9osG and not by A...

Also few days ago it was more like blockchain.info, now it is like ABE

Would be nice to go back to the blockchain.info style and with correct ANC address IMHO Cheesy


Lol, you're right.

geekz: can you set the prefix to 23? (I will contact him in other ways too)

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March 26, 2014, 08:16:49 PM
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Strangely ANCblockchain's adresses all start by KXWc9osG and not by A...

Also few days ago it was more like blockchain.info, now it is like ABE

Would be nice to go back to the blockchain.info style and with correct ANC address IMHO Cheesy


Lol, you're right.

geekz: can you set the prefix to 23? (I will contact him in other ways too)

What do you mean by prefix 23? Can you please help me with that?
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March 26, 2014, 10:27:16 PM
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Strangely ANCblockchain's adresses all start by KXWc9osG and not by A...

Also few days ago it was more like blockchain.info, now it is like ABE

Would be nice to go back to the blockchain.info style and with correct ANC address IMHO Cheesy


Lol, you're right.

geekz: can you set the prefix to 23? (I will contact him in other ways too)

What do you mean by prefix 23? Can you please help me with that?
"address" version, see base58.h this makes the addresses show up correct

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March 28, 2014, 08:32:10 AM
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Finally , the design is back with few improvements at http://ancblockchain.com/chain/Anoncoin
Now the most important part is to get the addresses and hashes correct.  Grin
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March 29, 2014, 12:31:45 PM
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Are there any problems now or in the future we can already anticipate, like Bitcoin wiki's Weaknesses: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Weaknesses ?
I would love to learn more about it.
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March 30, 2014, 12:06:59 PM
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Finally, i can proudly announce that http://ancblockchain.com/chain/Anoncoin is ready  Grin with all the latest feature.
I have sent pull requests to ABE , so very soon it will have the new design in built in abe explorer.

Let me know , what new feature you want to see in blockchain explorer.   also provide your feedback.  Grin
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March 31, 2014, 03:04:52 PM
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Finally, i can proudly announce that http://ancblockchain.com/chain/Anoncoin is ready  Grin with all the latest feature.
I have sent pull requests to ABE , so very soon it will have the new design in built in abe explorer.

Let me know , what new feature you want to see in blockchain explorer.   also provide your feedback.  Grin

Awesome! I will update the offical explorer with the new style as soon as possible Smiley

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April 03, 2014, 06:47:54 PM
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Finally, i can proudly announce that http://ancblockchain.com/chain/Anoncoin is ready  Grin with all the latest feature.
I have sent pull requests to ABE , so very soon it will have the new design in built in abe explorer.

Let me know , what new feature you want to see in blockchain explorer.   also provide your feedback.  Grin

Awesome! I will update the offical explorer with the new style as soon as possible Smiley

Great. You can also add http://ancblockchain.com in blockchain list of the official site. Also should the anonymous logo be taken as anoncoin's official logo?
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April 09, 2014, 02:28:46 PM
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All the links (wallet, website, forum) listed in the OP are dead. What's going on?
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April 09, 2014, 09:13:40 PM
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All the links (wallet, website, forum) listed in the OP are dead. What's going on?
Yes. the site has been redesigned. Check out this :https://anoncoin.net/index.php/downloads for download.
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April 10, 2014, 08:39:13 AM
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All the links (wallet, website, forum) listed in the OP are dead. What's going on?
Yes. the site has been redesigned. Check out this :https://anoncoin.net/index.php/downloads for download.

thanks!
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May 06, 2014, 05:14:54 AM
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I know devs must be quite occupied with zerocoin and i2pd implementations (good luck with that by the way). Still I feel a comment from them on the following topic is rather important.

What you plan to do about scrypt ASICs coming to scene and the increased possibility of a 51% attack?

As of today Anoncoin has little more than 1 GH/s of network hashrate. Scrypt ASIC manufacturers are promising devices delivering up to 250 MH/s for the second or third quarter of the current year. Thus, it will be quite easy for an individual miner to do a 51% attack (even now it's easy for a multipool).
Are you planing something to prevent this? Changing PoW to an ASIC resistant algorithm like scrypt-n or to Multi-PoW like Myriad? Changing to PoS or PoW/PoS?

In order to integrate zerocoin an hard fork will be needed. Shouldn't you use this opportunity to also address the PoW issue?

Sorry if this has been asked before. If so, please point me to your previous answer.
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May 06, 2014, 08:46:58 AM
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I know devs must be quite occupied with zerocoin and i2pd implementations (good luck with that by the way). Still I feel a comment from them on the following topic is rather important.

What you plan to do about scrypt ASICs coming to scene and the increased possibility of a 51% attack?

As of today Anoncoin has little more than 1 GH/s of network hashrate. Scrypt ASIC manufacturers are promising devices delivering up to 250 MH/s for the second or third quarter of the current year. Thus, it will be quite easy for an individual miner to do a 51% attack (even now it's easy for a multipool).
Are you planing something to prevent this? Changing PoW to an ASIC resistant algorithm like scrypt-n or to Multi-PoW like Myriad? Changing to PoS or PoW/PoS?

In order to integrate zerocoin an hard fork will be needed. Shouldn't you use this opportunity to also address the PoW issue?

Sorry if this has been asked before. If so, please point me to your previous answer.
Currently there is no ASIC resistant algorithm expect XPM (as its complicate to calculate different kinds of chains including the sieving itself).
I think changing to another PoW is a good idea, but not some "butthurt GPU miner algo". ie, no scrypt-jane/scrypt-n/similiar.

For example, if you look at the scrypt coins when they change their N parameter for the scrypt() call, there are years between switches so you can just create an ASIC for current N. Once N is changes, the ASIC technology is so old that nobody will use them anymore.

Of course i do have alot of GPUs myself too, but i aint greedy. I dont want to say "lets use this algo (so i can mine it with my GPUs, hehehe)" as otherwise this coin would be just worthless like all the others.


One thing which protects against 51% attacks is MergedMining. The downsides is, you can mine anoncoins for free as you dont have to choose between coin X and ANC (in case we stay with scrypt and both are scrypt coins).
Therefore value itself would drop dramaticly and we would screw over all our investors.

Il talk with Gnosis about some Ideas i have wrt PoW algo and with meeh about PoS in general.

Sry for spitting out such a huge post, it had to be said.

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