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Author Topic: [ANN][Datacoin] Datacoin blockchain start announcement (Minor code upd + logo)  (Read 159428 times)
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May 17, 2015, 09:17:20 AM
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Check out that price spike.

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May 17, 2015, 09:22:29 AM
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Check out that price spike.
Nice, actually this is the value of a few months ago so still very cheap.

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May 17, 2015, 10:28:51 AM
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We need more exchanges. Bter makes always problems.

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May 17, 2015, 11:41:36 PM
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We need more exchanges. Bter makes always problems.

Yeah, but unfortunately that's one of the major factors that brought down DTC in the first place, Cryptsy refuses to add it :/

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May 26, 2015, 03:13:19 AM
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We need more exchanges. Bter makes always problems.

this is the very fact
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June 03, 2015, 09:13:35 PM
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Here's my "cheat-sheet" to get a working Datacoin wallet going Smiley



Link to Windows wallet - http://sourceforge.net/projects/datacoin/files/

Download datacoin-qt-131204.zip

Unzip it (drag file onto desktop usually does it, or click the unzip icon in the folder)

Run datacoin-qt

After the wallet boots up, you'll notice that it doesn't connect to any active connections.

To fix that, go to the 'Help' tab on the top, then 'Debug window'

The 'Console' tab comes up.

At the bottom of the Console tab you can enter commands to the wallet.
We are going to add nodes. I went through this thread and others and found nodes that may be active.

type the following:

addnode 107.170.165.126 add

then hit return.

I added all of the following using the above command format:
107.170.165.126
108.61.57.85
125.135.114.73
162.243.125.211
198.12.12.83
46.4.147.38
144.76.123.194
80.74.157.31
104.131.69.82
graymines.net:4777


My wallet is now connected to 11 nodes!
Not sure which ones above are active - just know that one or more gets the wallet working Smiley

Hope this helps my fellow Datacoin peeps!

And as of today (6/3/2015) the size of Datacoin is about 1.2 gigs. (Bitcoin is currently about 32 gigs)

Peace.


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June 04, 2015, 11:13:34 PM
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I just discovered the getpeerinfo command and many others for wallets Cheesy
I feel like Neo.

Here's my current list of peers my Datacoin wallet is connected too:

144.76.123.194
128.199.47.200
80.74.157.31
148.251.2.141
92.222.37.29
52.10.202.206
125.215.137.66
158.196.209.250
183.14.17.254
46.73.164.112
109.106.55.154
50.101.110.131
46.228.6.34
94.209.33.80
198.12.12.83
85.18.187.154
76.126.98.2

If you don't know how to add a node, see my instructions above Smiley
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June 07, 2015, 07:34:52 PM
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DTCBrowser - a local Datacoin (DTC) HTTP BlockChain access server



Key Features:

  • extends the old datacoin browser
  • fully backward compatible
  • built-in main page with user friendly uploading
  • easy access of all files stored in the datacoin blockchain
  • support of large files as well as file updating
  • written in pure C++
  • binaries available for Windows and Linux

Development status:

Caution: This project is currently in alpha status, use can lead to loss of coins: Do not use with your main wallet!!

Any participation is welcome and encouraged.

Donations are also welcome: DATAcoinJdHGTXbEi8NhaivWtangLJ9L5x


Getting started:

Linux:

  • add something like:
    rpcuser=<user>
    rpcpassword=<password>
    server=1
    to ~/.datacoin/datacoin.conf
  • run ./datacoin-http-server -u <user> -p <password>
  • open http://localhost:8080 in your browser

Windows:
  • press windows-key + r
  • type: %AppData%
  • navigate to / create folder Datacoin
  • open / create file datacoin.conf
  • type:
    rpcuser=<user>
    rpcpassword=<password>
    server=1
  • save file
  • start datacoin wallet
  • edit start-datacoin-browser.bat
  • set -u <user> and -p <password> according to the settings in datacoin.conf
  • save file and run start-datacoin-browser.bat
  • open http://localhost:8080 in your browser


Binaries and Source Code:

Windows: dtcbrowser-1.0-alpha-windows.zip
md5: 1c34b06fab358398ddb4b8a67c3ffa60

Linux: dtcbrowser-1.0-alpha-linux.zip
md5: 8a6fc49211c7beac094f9e999424f9ab

Source Code and additional infomations: DTCBrowser @ github

Just in case: You can download the Windows qt wallet here: Datacoin @ sourceforge

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June 07, 2015, 09:47:56 PM
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DTCBrowser - a local Datacoin (DTC) HTTP BlockChain access server



Key Features:

  • extends the old datacoin browser
  • fully backward compatible
  • built-in main page with user friendly uploading
  • easy access of all files stored in the datacoin blockchain
  • support of large files as well as file updating
  • written in pure C++
  • binaries available for Windows and Linux

Development status:

Caution: This project is currently in alpha status, use can lead to loss of coins: Do not use with your main wallet!!

Any participation is welcome and encouraged.

Donations are also welcome: DATAcoinJdHGTXbEi8NhaivWtangLJ9L5x


Getting started:

Linux:

  • add something like:
    rpcuser=<user>
    rpcpassword=<password>
    server=1
    to ~/.datacoin/datacoin.conf
  • run ./datacoin-http-server -u <user> -p <password>
  • open http://localhost:8080 in your browser

Windows:
  • press windows-key + r
  • type: %AppData%
  • navigate to / create folder Datacoin
  • open / create file datacoin.conf
  • type:
    rpcuser=<user>
    rpcpassword=<password>
    server=1
  • save file
  • start datacoin wallet
  • edit start-datacoin-browser.bat
  • set -u <user> and -p <password> according to the settings in datacoin.conf
  • save file and run start-datacoin-browser.bat
  • open http://localhost:8080 in your browser


Binaries and Source Code:

Windows: dtcbrowser-1.0-alpha-windows.zip
md5: 1c34b06fab358398ddb4b8a67c3ffa60

Linux: dtcbrowser-1.0-alpha-linux.zip
md5: 8a6fc49211c7beac094f9e999424f9ab

Source Code and additional infomations: DTCBrowser @ github

Just in case: You can download the Windows qt wallet here: Datacoin @ sourceforge

I'll definitely be setting up a copy of this!

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June 07, 2015, 11:52:13 PM
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Nice!!

Could we get a list of dependencies and config instructions?

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June 08, 2015, 11:39:35 AM
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Nice!!

Could we get a list of dependencies and config instructions?

dependent libraries are:
Code:
bzip2-1.0.6
curl-7.42.1
file-5.22        (libmagic)
jansson-2.7
libmicrohttpd-0.9.42
openssl-1.0.2a
protobuf-2.6.1
sqlite-3.8.8.3

You can probably compiler DTCBrowser with different library versions, but the ones above, are the ones which were used to build the binaries.

for bzip2 just run:
Code:
make

for libmicrohttpd run:
Code:
./configure --without-gnutls
make

for curl run:
Code:
./configure --disable-ftp \
            --disable-ldap \
            --disable-file \
            --disable-ldaps \
            --disable-rtsp \
            --disable-proxy \
            --disable-dict \
            --disable-telnet \
            --disable-tftp \
            --disable-pop3 \
            --disable-imap \
            --disable-smb \
            --disable-smtp \
            --disable-gopher \
            --disable-manual \
            --disable-sspi  \
            --disable-ntlm-wb   \
            --disable-tls-srp \
            --disable-cookies \
            --disable-soname-bump \
            --without-zlib \
            --without-winssl \
            --without-darwinssl  \
            --without-ssl \
            --without-gnutls  \
            --without-polarssl \
            --without-cyassl \
            --without-nss  \
            --without-axtls  \
            --without-libssh2 \
            --without-winidn \
            --without-libidn \
            --without-librtmp
make

for the rest I think:
Code:
./configure
make
should do it

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June 09, 2015, 01:06:23 AM
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I setup a DTCBrowser demo at: http://104.131.69.82:8080

But, since DTCBrowser is designed for local usage I won't keep that up very long.

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June 09, 2015, 01:36:16 PM
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If you running DTCBrowser in testnet mode, the main website can be found here: http://localhost:8080/dtc/get/557d6d7ad790ce4e392235fa50741b9a626a74290624cf69a5d2a8e2db9c9c15

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June 17, 2015, 03:52:57 AM
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...DTCBrowser...

Very nice to see some real activity in this thread Smiley
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June 19, 2015, 08:45:55 PM
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...DTCBrowser...

Very nice to see some real activity in this thread Smiley

True :-)

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June 21, 2015, 03:48:45 AM
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Datacoin up 30 places on cmc since yesterday!
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June 24, 2015, 04:07:55 PM
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It would be very interesting if the Datacoin Browser had an EDIT facility, where a transaction could be indicated as an "edit" of a previous transaction.  In that way the browser could show updated versions of transactions and their files.  Then the raw data on the blockchain could be shown as newspapers, tweets, social media posts etc.  All uncensorable.

This would effectively implement the "sidechains" that oocook5u talked about.

EDIT:  Oops, I see this is already part of the envelope rules (#4).


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June 25, 2015, 09:00:32 PM
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It would be very interesting if the Datacoin Browser had an EDIT facility, where a transaction could be indicated as an "edit" of a previous transaction.  In that way the browser could show updated versions of transactions and their files.  Then the raw data on the blockchain could be shown as newspapers, tweets, social media posts etc.  All uncensorable.

This would effectively implement the "sidechains" that oocook5u talked about.

EDIT:  Oops, I see this is already part of the envelope rules (#4).



Yes, updates are already possible. Datacoin Browser currently shows the newest valid update if you request the original tx (or any tx in the update chain).

One of my planned features includes an history function.
Something like:
Code:
/dtc/lsrpc/listhistory/TXHASH
/dtc/lsrpc/gethistory/TXHASH

Which lets you access a specific update (or the original tx)

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June 28, 2015, 08:45:23 PM
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Hi guys, been out for a while but I'm back for the second BTC coming Smiley. Is mining DTC with CPU still feasible??
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June 29, 2015, 11:48:51 PM
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Hi guys, been out for a while but I'm back for the second BTC coming Smiley. Is mining DTC with CPU still feasible??

It should be, difficult is still be around 9.3, but you have to go solo, since there are no more cpu pools available.

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