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Question: how many europium would you like to swap as a start?
when ico Huh? - 2 (16.7%)
10+ - 2 (16.7%)
1000+ - 4 (33.3%)
10000+ - 2 (16.7%)
mooooar!!! - 2 (16.7%)
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March 16, 2024, 12:06:08 PM
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Listen, despite many attempts, unfortunately block explorer failed to run.
As I said on telegram, too old libraries and linux version.
My company admins spent quite a long time but finally gave up.

I think we need to migrate to a new network.
The PIVX blockchain is well developed - I use the work of a great dev in the FREED project.
Another option is maybe BEP20.

What did you think about it?
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March 16, 2024, 05:15:53 PM
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Listen, despite many attempts, unfortunately block explorer failed to run.
As I said on telegram, too old libraries and linux version.
My company admins spent quite a long time but finally gave up.

I think we need to migrate to a new network.
The PIVX blockchain is well developed - I use the work of a great dev in the FREED project.
Another option is maybe BEP20.

What did you think about it?
I think if you have more experience with PIVX blockchain, this is a good option. What is thinking about this Mathias, do you have a connection with him in Telegram or X (exTwitter)?
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March 16, 2024, 07:44:55 PM
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Matthias is available on Telegram.
Perhaps he will comment on this matter tomorrow.
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March 18, 2024, 04:40:14 PM
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I believe it should be perfectly possible to run an older blockexplorer version. After all, though EuropeCoin libraries are really old, there were perfectly working block explorers at the time when ERC was developed, and they will still run now, though may require older Linux distribution (e.g. Ubuntu 14 or 16.4 or similar) to run. It could be even possible to encapsulate them in Docker container, so they could run on newer machine, though this part I have never done and am not sure. I might look into this if Matthias and community think it makes sense to run an old block explorer (e.g. Iquidus).

From the other hand though... Is it worth the effort to have old stuff bundled with other old stuff just to make some temporary solution..? "That is the question", as one Danish prince used to say back then... Smiley
Porting ERC to a newer codebase will probably needed at some point anyway...

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