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Author Topic: [ANN][Datacoin] Datacoin blockchain start announcement (Minor code upd + logo)  (Read 159272 times)
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January 02, 2016, 06:25:41 AM
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We have to resurrect this coin.

I was inactive on this forum and apparently someone got my credentials and used my account in scams.
I have changed the password and I am sorry for any scam that occured.
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January 02, 2016, 11:31:05 AM
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Also do we know who owns the DGFA65jcSuazPCcP5PUpTdpYsGBKu9HFEV address?

Anyone any idea who owns this address, it does seem like they may be a solo miner, think it would be in thier best interest to join us to help bring more life into Datacoin and find a future for it.

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January 02, 2016, 11:35:18 AM
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Code:
addnode=80.74.157.31:4777
addnode=89.65.251.107:4777
addnode=92.222.37.29:4777
addnode=144.76.123.194:4777
addnode=191.101.9.62:4777
addnode=198.205.118.181:4777
addnode=218.24.154.38:4777
80.74.157.31:4777 Switzerland
89.65.251.107:4777 Netherlands
92.222.37.29:4777 France
144.76.123.194:4777 GERMANY
191.101.9.62:4777 US/Los Angeles
198.205.118.181:4777 US/JACKSONVILLE
218.24.154.38:4777 China/Beijing

Checked all with whois :-)


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January 02, 2016, 12:46:46 PM
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Code:
addnode=80.74.157.31:4777
addnode=89.65.251.107:4777
addnode=92.222.37.29:4777
addnode=144.76.123.194:4777
addnode=191.101.9.62:4777
addnode=198.205.118.181:4777
addnode=218.24.154.38:4777
80.74.157.31:4777 Switzerland
89.65.251.107:4777 Netherlands
92.222.37.29:4777 France
144.76.123.194:4777 GERMANY
191.101.9.62:4777 US/Los Angeles
198.205.118.181:4777 US/JACKSONVILLE
218.24.154.38:4777 China/Beijing

Checked all with whois :-)



Ok, we need some UK based nodes then. I managed to get my wallet sorted (and my friends) but only by tricking the wallet.

Do you have any idea who owns the DGFA65jcSuazPCcP5PUpTdpYsGBKu9HFEV address?

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January 03, 2016, 10:00:16 AM
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Is there some bugs that has to be fixed? It's a long time ago since I last worked on this project. Is there some pools up? Would be awesome with someone with good information.

I was inactive on this forum and apparently someone got my credentials and used my account in scams.
I have changed the password and I am sorry for any scam that occured.
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January 03, 2016, 01:21:08 PM
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Is there some bugs that has to be fixed? It's a long time ago since I last worked on this project. Is there some pools up? Would be awesome with someone with good information.

I'll drop you a PM

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January 03, 2016, 01:59:51 PM
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Hi, exchange???

One can currently purchase and withdraw from Bter, but not deposit.
We are going to get all Datacoin information compiled in one location and make it a turn-key operation for a group of devs.
When that happens, we'll all campaign to have exchanges take Datacoin.

Immutable information is key for a free and open society - let's all do our part to make Datacoin a success.

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January 05, 2016, 07:25:29 AM
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is it possible to sync a windows desktop qt client?
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January 05, 2016, 07:36:05 AM
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is it possible to sync a windows desktop qt client?

Where are you based? I had trouble syncing from the UK but my other systems (In the US) synced fine, first time.

Have you added the nodes detailed below to your client? Do you need help adding them?


addnode=198.205.118.181:4777
addnode=191.101.9.62:4777
addnode=218.24.154.38:4777
addnode=61.235.146.130:4777
addnode=144.76.123.194:4777
addnode=92.222.37.29:4777
addnode=80.74.157.31:4777


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January 10, 2016, 11:40:59 AM
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how big is the blockchain now.
if it's bearably sized i'll run a node Cheesy

also is anyone running that explorer from a few pages back ? that looks awesome ..



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January 10, 2016, 01:44:49 PM
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how big is the blockchain now.
if it's bearably sized i'll run a node Cheesy

also is anyone running that explorer from a few pages back ? that looks awesome ..
currently its ~1.5GiB

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January 13, 2016, 04:01:26 AM
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how big is the blockchain now.
if it's bearably sized i'll run a node Cheesy

also is anyone running that explorer from a few pages back ? that looks awesome ..


Another node would be amazing Smiley there are only 4 currently running.
And yeah, can we get some reviews of the blockchain blockpage explorer?
How's it working?
That's amazing stuff - I need to get it going too.


And does anyone know how to SOLO-MINE with a GPU on Datacoin???
I'm using the miner from here --> http://dtc.graymines.net

I've never solo-mined before, I'd like to put some of my GPU prime-hashing power directly into Datacoin via solo-mining. I plan to still keep some in dtc.graymines.net - I just want to make sure we are load balancing as much as possible Smiley

Any help would be appreciated - and we can use the instructions we come up with for a new Datacoin help page Smiley

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January 13, 2016, 05:05:17 AM
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Going to attempt to figure it out right now, but yes help wouldn't hurt have never done this before.

is it possible to sync a windows desktop qt client?

Where are you based? I had trouble syncing from the UK but my other systems (In the US) synced fine, first time.

Have you added the nodes detailed below to your client? Do you need help adding them?


addnode=198.205.118.181:4777
addnode=191.101.9.62:4777
addnode=218.24.154.38:4777
addnode=61.235.146.130:4777
addnode=144.76.123.194:4777
addnode=92.222.37.29:4777
addnode=80.74.157.31:4777

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January 13, 2016, 05:13:43 AM
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Going to attempt to figure it out right now, but yes help wouldn't hurt have never done this before.

is it possible to sync a windows desktop qt client?

Where are you based? I had trouble syncing from the UK but my other systems (In the US) synced fine, first time.

Have you added the nodes detailed below to your client? Do you need help adding them?


addnode=198.205.118.181:4777
addnode=191.101.9.62:4777
addnode=218.24.154.38:4777
addnode=61.235.146.130:4777
addnode=144.76.123.194:4777
addnode=92.222.37.29:4777
addnode=80.74.157.31:4777


Here's my cheat sheet to get a wallet going from post
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.msg11527613#msg11527613
But use the above nodes - they are the most current.

If someone has detailed instructions on how to set up a full-node - that'd be extremely helpful as well.
This is something we should have explicated so others can add some too.

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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January 13, 2016, 10:00:52 AM
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We have a Datacoin information site in the pipeline and its around 80% complete. I have had good feedback on its progress from members of the community, as AtomSea said we need working instructions to include on the website, areas we are covering include:

- Help with setting up your wallet
- Mining Guides

If anyone thinks of something else we should have on the site, speak up and we will get it added. If anyone wants to contribute to the site or wants a look over it before it going live let me know, all contributions will be credited.

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January 15, 2016, 06:32:47 AM
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it's pretty easy to setup a basic node on a vps (which is what i'm doing)

this is amusingly the guide i generally follow, https://github.com/coincreator/tutorials/tree/master/tutorials/LinuxDaemonHosting
the important part is installing the correct libraries.
and it uses ubuntu, so the commands below will need to be changed slightly for other flavours of linux

obviously there are a few things to change, such as git address but it's pretty much the same.
edit. i added adding a swap file in, can be useful Cheesy its' down the bottom

here's a basic variation on that link which will be for dtc..
once your vps is started and you've logged in.
1. update the vps OS and install libraries
2. get source code and start compiling
3. edit datacoin.conf -- generally i start the daemon first, then it closes with an error about needing this .conf file.
it will spit out an example rpcuser and rpcpassword details. i just copy/paste these into the conf. also copy/paste addnodes from below
4. start for real.

Code:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential libboost-all-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libdb5.1-dev libdb5.1++-dev make git

## look below at adding swap file, do it here

git clone https://github.com/foo1inge/datacoin.git
cd ~/datacoin/src/
make -f makefile.unix "USE_UPNP=-"

./datacoind &
touch /root/.datacoin/datacoin.conf
nano /root/.datacoin/datacoin.conf

## paste stuff, then to exit
[ctrl-x]
[y]
[enter]

./datacoind &

./datacoind getinfo

hopefully now your daemon will spit out some promising info that it is working, and connected !!


conf content - change username and password to yr whatever
Code:
rpcuser=useretc
rpcpassword=passwordofyourchoice
addnode=107.170.165.126
addnode=108.61.57.85
addnode=125.135.114.73
addnode=162.243.125.211
addnode=198.12.12.83
addnode=46.4.147.38
addnode=144.76.123.194
addnode=80.74.157.31
addnode=104.131.69.82
addnode=graymines.net:4777



adding a 1gb swap file. virtual ram basically, will help with some memory based compiling errors.
you may as well do this early in the procedure

Code:
dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile bs=1M count=1024
mkswap /swapfile
swapon /swapfile

## then to make it persistent, ie run on reboot you need to edit fstab

nano /etc/fstab
## then at bottom of file paste
/swapfile  swap      swap    defaults         0 0

[ctrl-x],[y],[enter]


note. lines with ## are not to be entered.



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January 15, 2016, 07:44:55 PM
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Thanks pineapples !

We will add a 'Help setting up a node' section to the site, I'll credit you on the page!

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January 16, 2016, 03:53:47 AM
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Thanks pineapples !

We will add a 'Help setting up a node' section to the site, I'll credit you on the page!

no worries Smiley
the tricky bit i didnt go through is setting up a tunnel with the vps. so you can chat with it through a terminal interface.

digitalocean offer one through their droplet infos, but i've always had problems using it, probably just bad ping.
windows users need to use putty, but as i'm on OSX i can just open a terminal and just connect Cheesy




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January 16, 2016, 03:53:34 PM
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Thanks pineapples !

We will add a 'Help setting up a node' section to the site, I'll credit you on the page!

no worries Smiley
the tricky bit i didnt go through is setting up a tunnel with the vps. so you can chat with it through a terminal interface.

digitalocean offer one through their droplet infos, but i've always had problems using it, probably just bad ping.
windows users need to use putty, but as i'm on OSX i can just open a terminal and just connect Cheesy



I'll drop you a PM of where I am up too with the website

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January 19, 2016, 11:00:05 AM
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Nice to see that DTC is still ticking along
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