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December 01, 2013, 08:30:31 PM
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After reviewing the code related to peer communication I came to a conclusion that it is not worth fixing. After a long discussion with my colleagues and BCNext we agreed on the following:

1. Networking code will be thrown away.
2. I will rewrite networking using HTTP as a transport (this is the fastest way).
3. If it works I'll be paid with NXT from unclaimed coins pool (if anything left after the 3rd of Jan) or with Bitcoins, so don't feel u obliged to donate to my account

Some nice side-effects:

1. U will be able to use HTTPS/Tor to access accounts
2. API will be merged with Peer Protocol reducing codebase

I'm planning to have a prototype in 16 hours. Until a new version released, please, don't send transactions but keep mining to secure already sent ones.


So what about our current coins? I have coins en route to dgex now and your telling me that they are now worthless?

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December 01, 2013, 08:31:14 PM
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So what about our current coins? I have coins en route to dgex now and your telling me that they are now worthless?

No. They'll reach dgex or will return back to u.
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December 01, 2013, 08:32:11 PM
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So what about our current coins? I have coins en route to dgex now and your telling me that they are now worthless?

No. They'll reach dgex or will return back to u.

Well he said he couldnt confrim my coins because the netowrk wouldnt let him load up or something......

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December 01, 2013, 08:33:39 PM
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After reviewing the code related to peer communication I came to a conclusion that it is not worth fixing. After a long discussion with my colleagues and BCNext we agreed on the following:

1. Networking code will be thrown away.
2. I will rewrite networking using HTTP as a transport (this is the fastest way).
3. If it works I'll be paid with NXT from unclaimed coins pool (if anything left after the 3rd of Jan) or with Bitcoins, so don't feel u obliged to donate to my account

Some nice side-effects:

1. U will be able to use HTTPS/Tor to access accounts
2. API will be merged with Peer Protocol reducing codebase

I'm planning to have a prototype in 16 hours. Until a new version released, please, don't send transactions but keep mining to secure already sent ones.


Nice, 16 hours, that's fast! I will donate to you when it's and up and working anyways!

2.19 version is not working for me, I am done - go to sleep...
Bro I am waiting to get it work and then send three already sold tx, but it...I am not sure what to do, go to bed, or keep trying?!

By the way I received the 400K Nxt (well the guy who promised to donate informed me , I should check the account only after catching the whole blockchain). If it is there, I ll unlock the giveaway thread to start assigning and sending coins to the posters ASAP!

Also there have been several guys sending me pm about their offer of collaboration, one academic guy from Germany, and also another guy who expressed his high interest in Nxt as a promising innovative new crypto. He offered us covering the news of Nxt in Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance and some others for 0.4 btc worth of Nxt. Do the public think I am the manager of this project??
As a stake holder I am trying my best, but we ll need some more donations to supply bounties and also such a media coverage offers. But except me, CBF and klee and the other guy who supplied our giveaway, none of big stake holders has a will to donate or help at all Sad

 they're in for the money bro.  don't expect them to just give it away.
Yes but I already donated more than 500K + several extra bonuses to early buyers.
Also sold 40% of my coins at damn low prices, and will be sending giveaway coins soon in another thread, and also trying to manage the bounty one.
Just got exhausted Sad


Bybitcoin, can you post your address or whichever address you are using for the giveaway fund? I will donate 100k nxt.

Keep up the good work!
This is the address I use for receiving the donations and supplying the giveaway and may some bounties from: 10464154183950443834


I will send the coins when the new code is up and working, and when these forums aren't going down every 10 minutes.

NXT: 13095091276527367030
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December 01, 2013, 08:34:06 PM
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Well he said he couldnt confrim my coins because the netowrk wouldnt let him load up or something......

After we launch 0.3.0 version he will be able to check where the coins are.
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December 01, 2013, 08:35:16 PM
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1) Would HTTP be safe? (hacking etc)
2) How are we supposed to mine? Everything is stuck!
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December 01, 2013, 08:37:53 PM
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1) Would HTTP be safe? (hacking etc)
2) How are we supposed to mine? Everything is stuck!

1. It's safe.
2. Well, I have a copy of the chain at height 5770. All transactions before that block r safe. U r securing a new ones that could be sent by guys who don't read this forum.
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December 01, 2013, 08:39:35 PM
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I have to leave u, going to focus on coding, sorry. I'll be back in 12 hours, then I'll tell ur about the progress.
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December 02, 2013, 02:06:36 AM
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Where can I find documentation on the Proof of Stake system used?

https://steemit.com  Blogging is the new Mining
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December 02, 2013, 06:25:34 AM
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Funny things are in my server.
It stuck on block 5813 (generator 7678554491804589202, block 13716626802757149136, time 3:01:32 GMT). Than I unlock account (2616818314257352073), and now I'm the only one who generate blocks.
Hey, do someone see them, or my server is on some abandoned segment of network?
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December 02, 2013, 07:28:35 AM
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Where can I find documentation on the Proof of Stake system used?
- no documentation, but some description here and here.

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December 02, 2013, 07:46:57 AM
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Funny things are in my server.
It stuck (?) on block 5813 (generator 7678554491804589202, block 13716626802757149136, time 3:01:32 GMT). Than I unlock account (2616818314257352073), and now I'm the only one who generate blocks.
Hey, do someone see them, or my server is on some abandoned segment of network?
- I stuck (?) on block 5814, here is my 2 last blocks (GMT time):
Code:
5814 12692935506199079028 2.12.2013 4:32:16
0 0 + 0 0 B
1 16788956494800533784 803012 %


5813 7678554491804589202 2.12.2013 3:01:32
0 0 + 0 0 B
1 13716626802757149136 401506 %
I'm on the same subnetwork with nxt.c4c.io, 87.230.14.1, fluke.airdns.org, .. (11 active peers total).

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December 02, 2013, 07:56:35 AM
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Funny things are in my server.
It stuck on block 5813 (generator 7678554491804589202, block 13716626802757149136, time 3:01:32 GMT). Than I unlock account (2616818314257352073), and now I'm the only one who generate blocks.
Hey, do someone see them, or my server is on some abandoned segment of network?

Branch with ur block is the tiebreaker. At least right now.
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December 02, 2013, 07:57:41 AM
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Funny things are in my server.
It stuck (?) on block 5813 (generator 7678554491804589202, block 13716626802757149136, time 3:01:32 GMT). Than I unlock account (2616818314257352073), and now I'm the only one who generate blocks.
Hey, do someone see them, or my server is on some abandoned segment of network?
- I stuck (?) on block 5814, here is my 2 last blocks (GMT time):
Code:
5814 12692935506199079028 2.12.2013 4:32:16
0 0 + 0 0 B
1 16788956494800533784 803012 %


5813 7678554491804589202 2.12.2013 3:01:32
0 0 + 0 0 B
1 13716626802757149136 401506 %
I'm on the same subnetwork with nxt.c4c.io, 87.230.14.1, fluke.airdns.org, .. (11 active peers total).

I see last block 5828 (7644032318382340661). Base target is 2070 %, looks legit.

My block 5814 was generated by 4747512364439223888.
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December 02, 2013, 08:00:19 AM
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One of my fiends is on the same block 5814 (12692935506199079028).

Here is my peer list:

rdns.org
nxt.airdns.org
192.161.175.142
fluke.airdns.org
192.168.0.67
87.230.14.1   
162.243.124.169
nxt.c4c.io
162.243.145.83
162.243.6.75

But now I have 5827 blocks, where all blocks starting from 5814 are generated by my account.
And no more. Now even after restart of server and account it doesn't generate blocks.
Deadlock. Pain. Suffer. Unrealized opportunities. We are doomed.

But anyway I like that prices on dgex.com Cheesy
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December 02, 2013, 08:00:54 AM
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I am testing the prototype. All main functions rewritten, now fixing bugs.
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December 02, 2013, 08:03:00 AM
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Branch with ur block is the tiebreaker. At least right now.
Tiebreaker? What does it mean? Winner has all? Smiley
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December 02, 2013, 08:19:18 AM
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Hey, someone on my blockchain, send some coins plz, till I can grab some fee Smiley
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December 02, 2013, 08:40:29 AM
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Branch with ur block is the tiebreaker. At least right now.
Tiebreaker? What does it mean? Winner has all? Smiley

I mean that branch is the longest.
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December 02, 2013, 08:46:24 AM
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Send transaction - PASSED
Generate block - PASSED
Download blockchain - TESTING...
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