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March 05, 2014, 06:18:32 PM
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just checked the exchanges. the price has dropped a lot.  Any reason why?

low volume.

edit: poloniex

Last: 0.00004099  High: 0.0007401  Low: 0.00001100
24-hour Volume: 1.34147322 BTC / 35059.09790598 GRC

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I agree,its gonna be better when volume picks up.
You have to keep in mind that all these new exchanges started what , a week ago or something.
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March 05, 2014, 06:30:06 PM
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Vote for Gridcoin on Bittrex: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497351.0
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March 05, 2014, 07:46:04 PM
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Vote for GRC on Cryptsy.


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Vote for GRC on Cryptsy.


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voted, but it seems really hard...

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March 05, 2014, 08:30:10 PM
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Vote for GRC on BTC38.com





This is one of the biggest exchanges in China, everyone needs to vote!!

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March 05, 2014, 08:31:42 PM
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Just voted too, will send in some btc too.



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voted, but it seems really hard...
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March 05, 2014, 08:36:57 PM
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Vote for GRC on BTC38.com





This is one of the biggest exchanges in China, everyone needs to vote!!

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March 05, 2014, 08:49:31 PM
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I believe i'm getting close to figuring out what's causing the "boinc md5: md5 error" error message in the mining console.

I've specified the correct appdata/install folder, removed read only permissions and think it might be caused by one of the following:

1. The removal of the media center windows features.
    I get the error on a fresh install of windows 7 thin pc - a version of windows that has unneccessary features and services removed, including the windows media center features.
    I've created two virtual machines running windows 7 after running into the same md5 error after removing the windows media center feature safely, and am hoping to recreate the error across the two VMs.

2. Setting the <ncpus> tag in app_config.xml in boinc too high. This setting allows you to set how many cpus for boinc to use, so boinc computes more modules at the same time. This could perhaps be messing with gridcoin, especially if it's trying to run more than one boinc item on the one core at the same time.. could be causing the md5 issue. Or it's triggering a cheating flag? :S

Either way, i'll attempt to replicate (1), then after x hours, i'll introduce (2) ontop of (1) to see if it forces the error.

edit:

Figured it out, if i specified the following lines (as instructed to in many gridcoin installation guides) it'd give me the md5 error:
boincappfolder=C:\Program Files\Boinc\
boincdatafolder=C:\ProgramData\Boinc\

So yeah, not using those two lines works for me : )
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I think @ the pace we are going in a few months we might move into the top 10 of the entire world.
Gridcoin also broke the 100 million total credits mark today!

Check this out!

We are #1 in the world in average credits for Rosetta!!!
http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/top_teams.php
Amazing job everyone!

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March 05, 2014, 09:42:20 PM
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Done!


Vote for GRC on BTC38.com





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March 05, 2014, 10:16:41 PM
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I'd like to buy some Gridcoin and the exchange does not have enough volume.. I like to buy about 1 BTC at spot price +10/15%


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March 05, 2014, 10:28:31 PM
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poloniex and cex have lots.

I'd like to buy some Gridcoin and the exchange does not have enough volume.. I like to buy about 1 BTC at spot price +10/15%
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March 05, 2014, 10:56:51 PM
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I am very interested in buying GRC but until there is a downloadable client for Windows that is not flagged as malicious, I will not buy in as I will not trust these dodgey exchanges to protect my coins. It's very simple, make a smoothly downloadable bug-free wallet. Make this a top priority. Above all else. Now. And then I, for one, will start promoting this coin like mad. Until then, this is a huge impediment.

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Vote for GRC on Cryptsy.


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Voted
I just have some pionts there.It is about 29,as 145 votes. Grin

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March 05, 2014, 11:20:47 PM
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Dear Sir Halford,
where will you take us to?

First off, I am glad to sit in your boat.
I love to participate in science while mining.
Hence, I promote your project in many directions and at every occasion!

The network has come quite a way since October.
Yet, today I am confused - help me please.
Yesterday you stated that your main job needs your focus.
This was when you speculated on starting anew / creating one more project, for fun.
Please say that I got you wrong on that. Be our leader, be Grid.
New ideas might breed features, but don't fork your project and your community.

Back in Winter, I had the chance to swap a few sentences with you.
I asked for your project plans. You said, the chain was already safe for investment.
So, I placed some money and followed along, waving your flag.
Later, cpu rewards were introduced silently, no community decision, no transparent information politics. Evaluations started to tumble.

Meanwhile, more than a million new GRC spill into the network each week.
You could at least have halved the block reward since then, imho.
Did you consider to discuss this openly?

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate your eagerness.
Thus, may I kindly ask you to elaborate on your plans for Gridcoin,
to set some cornerstones fix and commit to them publicly?

Could we place full trust in your endavour?
I believe, trust is what an early community needs the most.
Continue to be innovative as we have grown to love you, but dont let disruption spoil the show.

Therefore, again, please don't take my words as an offense.
But, give us a landmark, hand some vision to refer to,
please.

Let your ppl start to celebrate with you! Smiley

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March 05, 2014, 11:37:24 PM
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The Gridcoin linux wallet has a fatal error that needs to be resolved before it can be fully implemented on AllCrypt.

AllCrypt uses RPC calls to communicate with the wallets. The function getblock, which takes a hash as a argument, and returns data about the block in question, is completely broken.

On the command line, some blocks return data - but the data seems like it could be wrong.

Other blocks return various errors:
gridcoind getblock 87940ec2e76b5981d1454ea53de8fa3c0fac4b1c683f72971a74ea8f78751046
error: {"code":-1,"message":"Block number out of range."}

However, I got that hash with:
gridcoind getblockhash 74001
87940ec2e76b5981d1454ea53de8fa3c0fac4b1c683f72971a74ea8f78751046

Also:
gridcoind getblock b228595e0676536b5eed64ad079d8046ea7ed5cb27d94a2c24018b60ec945d59
error: Error parsing JSON:b228595e0676536b5eed64ad079d8046ea7ed5cb27d94a2c24018b60ec945d59

It's completely borked.

Also, when issuing the command line for:
gridcoind getblock 3acbe7fae017d900a0957038dce03c48b5d4458cabd79ad809a194fed9bf2154

It returns what APPEARS to be info for block 3?
{
    "hash" : "d39f406fc1e83823f0af3feccecf97439b8c418340fae92cb32de2a0b0d882f7",
    "confirmations" : 75296,
    "size" : 438,
    "height" : 3,
    "version" : 2,
    "merkleroot" : "8e192930415caa67236c9facd54d5cb64080d340dc2d9db7f06901044727cafc",
    "tx" : [
        "8e192930415caa67236c9facd54d5cb64080d340dc2d9db7f06901044727cafc"
    ],
    "time" : 1381979271,
    "nonce" : 73673216,

And when using the RPC call to check that same block, it errors out with: (I had to put spaces in the damn site keeps putting it in a code block)

Request error: A r r a y  = > -1 [message] = > value is type str, expected int
Which is completely wrong because a block hash cannot be an INT.

The linux Gridcoin wallet is completely unusable as it stands on AllCrypt. If this coin is on another exchange - we have NO idea how they are doing it unless maybe their wallets are on windows? (What??)

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Dear Sir Halford,
where will you take us to?

First off, I am glad to sit in your boat.
I love to participate in science while mining.
Hence, I promote your project in many directions and at every occasion!

The network has come quite a way since October.
Yet, today I am confused - help me please.
Yesterday you stated that your main job needs your focus.
This was when you speculated on starting anew / creating one more project, for fun.
Please say that I got you wrong on that. Be our leader, be Grid.
New ideas might breed features, but don't fork your project and your community.

Back in Winter, I had the chance to swap a few sentences with you.
I asked for your project plans. You said, the chain was already safe for investment.
So, I placed some money and followed along, waving your flag.
Later, cpu rewards were introduced silently, no community decision, no transparent information politics. Evaluations started to tumble.

Meanwhile, more than a million new GRC spill into the network each week.
You could at least have halved the block reward since then, imho.
Did you consider to discuss this openly?

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate your eagerness.
Thus, may I kindly ask you to elaborate on your plans for Gridcoin,
to set some cornerstones fix and commit to them publicly?

Could we place full trust in your endavour?
I believe, trust is what an early community needs the most.
Continue to be innovative as we have grown to love you, but dont let disruption spoil the show.

Therefore, again, please don't take my words as an offense.
But, give us a landmark, hand some vision to refer to,
please.

Let your ppl start to celebrate with you! Smiley

Hi derm,

I understand your point of view and your concerns. I remember that you've been one of the biggest buyers since the beginning.
However I have do disagree that things were introduced silently etc. Rob has always been open regarding BOINC mining and explained and discussed everything here and on the other forum.

Please read the last post by Rob here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1331-new-coin-launch-announcement-grc-gridcoin/page-118 where he clearly states how much he has given up for Gridcoin and that he plans to do everything he can to see it succeed.

Andrew.

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March 06, 2014, 04:51:22 AM
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I am very interested in buying GRC but until there is a downloadable client for Windows that is not flagged as malicious, I will not buy in as I will not trust these dodgey exchanges to protect my coins. It's very simple, make a smoothly downloadable bug-free wallet. Make this a top priority. Above all else. Now. And then I, for one, will start promoting this coin like mad. Until then, this is a huge impediment.



Which exchanges do you consider dodgey and which not?  Also I am running the wallet on my exchange and its fine.  The miners that come with it are what are flagged.  he has them built in, they popup when you run the client.

Please consider using www.cryptoaltex.com, if you need support I'm almost always on IRC except when Im sleeping and I try to get to tickets asap when they come in.

I'm not sure what your criteria is for dodgey vs non dodgey exchange.  Hope you find what you're looking for though Smiley

Looking for the best exchange? -> https://bittrex.com
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Vote for GRC on BTC38.com





This is one of the biggest exchanges in China, everyone needs to vote!!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0

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March 06, 2014, 10:42:19 AM
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Hi,

These two are the big ones!
Show your support, vote, send messages, spend some BTCs on it. If we get to one of these exchanges our market cap is going to skyrocket!

BTC38.com - One of the biggest exchanges in Asia
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0

Cryptsy - new voting system
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes/

It's time that we all really start to participate, do some work ourselves and don't just expect Rob, aysyr, traderman and few others to do everything for us!

Andrew.

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