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July 04, 2016, 10:00:50 AM
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Du habe fertig? Nix capito? Du gehe hier:

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July 04, 2016, 02:00:07 PM
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Happy Interdependence Day! Cheesy Grin Huh

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July 05, 2016, 10:06:49 AM
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Bratwurst, Claudia Schiffer, Volkswagen, lederhosen, Lothar Matthäus, pretzels, sauerkraut, Heidi Klum, BMW, beer...
I'm running out of stereotypes, so please visit www.gldtalk.de.

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July 05, 2016, 04:43:09 PM
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Talking about Heidi Klum and Claudia Schiffer.
Anyone remembering the Deutsche Bundesbahn (German Federal Railways) commercial of twenty years ago with Cindy Crawford?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1D8jf8oHDc or
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7fHDYCSX98

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July 06, 2016, 04:07:53 AM
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One thing I had to learn when speaking to Nigerians and Ghanaians is that they use a simple version of English.
So don't use words that are too sophisticated, like 'sophisticated.' Smiley

Observations and theory show that, on average, 28% of the binding-energy in aurophilic interaction can be attributed to relativistic expansion of the gold d-orbitals.
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July 06, 2016, 07:20:30 AM
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Another thing: they have great food! Tongue

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July 06, 2016, 12:17:34 PM
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'The heart of any cryptocurrency can be found in the spirit of its community.'
Thomas Jefferson? Mahatma Gandhi? Albert Einstein? No...MicroGuy! Smiley

In alchemy, gold is related to the sun. GoldCoin™ (GLD) not to the moon, but to the sun! Roll Eyes Cool

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July 06, 2016, 01:24:57 PM
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Unity and Faith, Peace and Progress, Gold and GoldCoin™ (GLD)

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July 06, 2016, 02:22:22 PM
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Waiter! No more beer for these two whacked-out Germans, please.

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July 08, 2016, 08:25:26 AM
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GoldCoin™ (GLD) to the sun!
Whom do we need? Wernher von Braun:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEJ9HrZq7Ro

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July 10, 2016, 07:26:15 PM
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can you explain the Goldcoin "time lock feature" outlined 2013 already a bit further?
when i solo mine a block i see in debug.log
"Local has found possible valid block... queueing until timestamp is valid"
and the the whole client freezes, no more RPC requests are responded.. until
"Median Time between blocks is: 124 ... ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED "
so is there anything i can do against this? why cant i do "getinfo" etc..
does my pool software NOMP do anything wrong with the timestamps?

or is that the principle behind it:
if there would be a spike in hashrate ( 200% ), there will be 50% orphans ( as they all have to wait 45 seconds )
but how does difficulty then ever change?


I've been looking at my debug.log and see lots of this:

ERROR: CheckBlock() : block timestamp too far in the future
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : CheckBlock FAILED
GetNetworkHashPS(120)
GetTrueNetworkHashPS(120) - modified lookup
 best index = 114672
 difficulty = 0.435018
 hashrate for section: 14.901249 MH/s, time diff = 1385421655 min
 ====difficulty change at block 114660
 height = 114659, difficulty = 0.445892
 hashrate for section: 15.959102 MH/s, time diff = 1385414455 min
 ====difficulty change at block 114600
 height = 114599, difficulty = 0.457037
returning hashrate 241.250000 MH/s, lookup 15 (time difference = -0.0)

Ok so server time must be out of sync right? Well:

ntpdate pool.ntp.org
26 Nov 10:30:55 ntpdate[8366]: adjust time server 192.189.54.33 offset -0.102237 sec

0.1 seconds out of sync... umm does this time stuff cater for timezone?

The default maximum wait is 45 seconds, but you can extend this if you want to for optimal acceptance rate.

In main.cpp on lines 2094 to 2107

Code:
else if(QDateTime::fromTime_t(pindexBest->pprev->pprev->pprev->pprev->GetBlockTime()).secsTo(QDateTime::fromTime_t(GetBlockTime())) < (60*10 + 45) && hashPrevBlock == pindexBest->GetBlockHash()) {
//A valid block has been found but the current network adjusted time will not permit it to be accepted by other peers
//Thus we hold the block until GetAdjustedTime() is such that if(GetBlockTime() > GetAdjustedTime() + 45) is false
printf("Local has found possible valid block... queueing until timestamp is valid \n");
//Since we know that GetBlockTime() is greater than GetAdjustedTime()
//We sleep the difference
//Doesn't hurt to check twice
                                    if(GetBlockTime() > GetAdjustedTime() + 45)
                                    Sleep(1000*(GetBlockTime()-(GetAdjustedTime() + 45)));
/*while(GetBlockTime() > GetAdjustedTime() + 45) {
//We wait here..
}*/
}


Change (60*10 + 45) to (60*10 + X)

Where X is the maximum amount of time you'd like to hold a block.

And recompile.
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July 10, 2016, 08:48:21 PM
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can you explain the Goldcoin "time lock feature" outlined 2013 already a bit further?
when i solo mine a block i see in debug.log
"Local has found possible valid block... queueing until timestamp is valid"
and the the whole client freezes, no more RPC requests are responded.. until
"Median Time between blocks is: 124 ... ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED "
so is there anything i can do against this? why cant i do "getinfo" etc..
does my pool software NOMP do anything wrong with the timestamps?

or is that the principle behind it:
if there would be a spike in hashrate ( 200% ), there will be 50% orphans ( as they all have to wait 45 seconds )
but how does difficulty then ever change?


I've been looking at my debug.log and see lots of this:

ERROR: CheckBlock() : block timestamp too far in the future
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : CheckBlock FAILED
GetNetworkHashPS(120)
GetTrueNetworkHashPS(120) - modified lookup
 best index = 114672
 difficulty = 0.435018
 hashrate for section: 14.901249 MH/s, time diff = 1385421655 min
 ====difficulty change at block 114660
 height = 114659, difficulty = 0.445892
 hashrate for section: 15.959102 MH/s, time diff = 1385414455 min
 ====difficulty change at block 114600
 height = 114599, difficulty = 0.457037
returning hashrate 241.250000 MH/s, lookup 15 (time difference = -0.0)

Ok so server time must be out of sync right? Well:

ntpdate pool.ntp.org
26 Nov 10:30:55 ntpdate[8366]: adjust time server 192.189.54.33 offset -0.102237 sec

0.1 seconds out of sync... umm does this time stuff cater for timezone?

The default maximum wait is 45 seconds, but you can extend this if you want to for optimal acceptance rate.

In main.cpp on lines 2094 to 2107

Code:
else if(QDateTime::fromTime_t(pindexBest->pprev->pprev->pprev->pprev->GetBlockTime()).secsTo(QDateTime::fromTime_t(GetBlockTime())) < (60*10 + 45) && hashPrevBlock == pindexBest->GetBlockHash()) {
//A valid block has been found but the current network adjusted time will not permit it to be accepted by other peers
//Thus we hold the block until GetAdjustedTime() is such that if(GetBlockTime() > GetAdjustedTime() + 45) is false
printf("Local has found possible valid block... queueing until timestamp is valid \n");
//Since we know that GetBlockTime() is greater than GetAdjustedTime()
//We sleep the difference
//Doesn't hurt to check twice
                                    if(GetBlockTime() > GetAdjustedTime() + 45)
                                    Sleep(1000*(GetBlockTime()-(GetAdjustedTime() + 45)));
/*while(GetBlockTime() > GetAdjustedTime() + 45) {
//We wait here..
}*/
}


Change (60*10 + 45) to (60*10 + X)

Where X is the maximum amount of time you'd like to hold a block.

And recompile.

Not sure if this is the information that you need, but I found this recent discussion: https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=3617.0

Feel free to reply to the thread linked or to start a new discussion in our technical forum. Thank you! Smiley

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July 10, 2016, 11:49:56 PM
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July 10th, 2016 Highlights

Team Members Present: Four (Cryptosolar, MicroGuy, CryptoCanary, and Akumaburn)
Length of meeting: 1.45 hours

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Please find a brief recap of today's proceedings below:

Issues Related to Mining and Orphans
Our development team is still investigating the issues affecting Goldcoin mining production. We have yet to reach a consensus on how to best respond to the orphan situation. There are several potential ways of handling the matter, ranging from waiting for market capitalization to rise (which will increase network hashrate), to updating the code for improved handling of low-hashrate difficulty adjustments.


GoldClub Progress
A brief overview of Goldclub was presented detailing their plans for increasing adoption and advancing Goldcoin throughout West Africa.


Public Image as it Relates to Miners
There exists the perception that the Goldcoin team does no care about miners. This is not the case. It is the miners that breathe life into the network by processing transactions and advancing the blockchain. We discussed how becoming more sensitive to the needs of miners, while increasing transparency, could help to improve this skewed perception.


Improved Github Software Practices
While Goldcoin is indeed "open source software" there are still areas of improvement to be made regarding Github collaboration, bug checking, and general software publication practices.

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July 14, 2016, 12:58:13 AM
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It seems as though the orphan problem has improved drastically since last week. I've rented 4 rigs and have been mining at http://inetrader.com:8221/static/ for a few days now and there have been very few orphans (practically none).



I'm not sure about the performance of other pools. I'll point the rigs to some of the other dedicated pools over the next few days and see if the results are the same.

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July 15, 2016, 05:27:39 AM
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Super excited about the dev of @GoldCoin's latest Android App w/ support for the Nigerian Naira!

DL today's beta: https://github.com/Stouse49/goldcoin-wallet/releases/tag/v4.58.1-beta

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July 19, 2016, 03:29:39 AM
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I just opened my wallet and got a connection then lost it.  I sent 500 gold coins and it will not confirm since the wallet has no nodes.  Can someone put a miner on this coin?  Or what is going on I usually get nodes no problem.  I can post txid infor if it helps..

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July 19, 2016, 07:16:35 AM
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I just opened my wallet and got a connection then lost it.  I sent 500 gold coins and it will not confirm since the wallet has no nodes.  Can someone put a miner on this coin?  Or what is going on I usually get nodes no problem.  I can post txid infor if it helps..

The hashrate looks normal: http://gld.cryptocoinexplorer.com/ And my clients all have the maximum number of allowed peers (by default).

How long has your client been open? I suggest giving it a few minutes to connect to more nodes.

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July 19, 2016, 01:18:31 PM
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Ok Thanks!  I will let it run today and see what happens and check with the explorers and report back tonight.

I could really use some support.  I am trying to help trumpcoin and there is a few more hours left in the vote for temp treasurer at post #856 link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535436.840
If you are not a newbie go vote I could really use the support!  Thanks  we are trying to make crypto great and I can liaison with lots of other cool coin projects as treas (including gold coin which had proven to be stable).  I hope you will find the time to go support our little project that still has a few hours left to vote!!  Thanks

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July 19, 2016, 01:37:15 PM
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Ok Thanks!  I will let it run today and see what happens and check with the explorers and report back tonight.

I could really use some support.  I am trying to help trumpcoin and there is a few more hours left in the vote for temp treasurer at post #856 link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535436.840
If you are not a newbie go vote I could really use the support!  Thanks  we are trying to make crypto great and I can liaison with lots of other cool coin projects as treas (including gold coin which had proven to be stable).  I hope you will find the time to go support our little project that still has a few hours left to vote!!  Thanks

Here is my transaction info: Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 7/18/2016 23:16
To: E6N2TcigmEreF4VBgfTFyMJp2VBzjsBxf7
Debit: -500.00 GLD
Net amount: -500.00 GLD
Transaction ID: d1422abb4ea96045594618809527a5cf4c507088b13977d7a6ce5a0c8daa4257

My wallet is now fully synced so this should have been fixed by now is my understanding.  I hope I did not loose the 500 Goldcoins!  Please help.  Thanks

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July 19, 2016, 10:58:47 PM
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Ok Thanks!  I will let it run today and see what happens and check with the explorers and report back tonight.

I could really use some support.  I am trying to help trumpcoin and there is a few more hours left in the vote for temp treasurer at post #856 link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535436.840
If you are not a newbie go vote I could really use the support!  Thanks  we are trying to make crypto great and I can liaison with lots of other cool coin projects as treas (including gold coin which had proven to be stable).  I hope you will find the time to go support our little project that still has a few hours left to vote!!  Thanks

I ve voted for U  Smiley hope it helps Smiley at the beginning i really disliked trump, but actually it feels like choosing the lesser evil now , hopefully he supports Bitcoin/Blockchain ?

have a sunny day Smiley

Thanks!  I came in second place!  And my gold coins confirmed finally.  I just checked the wallet said confirmed in both places.  Thanks for the help

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