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October 14, 2012, 09:45:55 AM
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Greeting devcoin fans and developers.

Is any here any interest in us supporting this altcoin on our site ?
We currently support BTC and LTC, PPC is in beta testing.

Each altcoin added has revealed areas in our engine that need improvements so we are finding that its good for our development Smiley

Thanks for the interest, but I'm concerned about blockchain bloat:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=86679.0;all

Also, to stop transaction spam, devcoin has a minimum transaction fee. I do like the concept of a quick lottery, it's just that until the blockchain bloat problem is solved, the problem outweighs the benefits. Sorry, but until the blockchain bloat problem is solved I prefer that Clone Dice, or any other kind of transaction intensive application, not come onto devcoin.

You might consider making a lottery site where an account is made, people can buy as many lottery tickets as they like, and the draws are made according to the next bitcoin block. Since a block chain transaction would be made only when people deposit or withdraw money, or a winner is found, there would be much less blockchain bloat.

If the lottery site technique is used, or if bitcoin ever implements blockchain pruning, I would like to see Clone Dice on devcoin, and at that time it would get a bounty.

Unfortunately the account system is not in our current scope, we see holding onto funds in that manner as an increased liability and we prefer our client always having their balance in their own hands.
So by our preference as a company account systems are unsuitable and we feel they detract from the rush of gaming.

A bounty would not be required if you wanted Clone Dice in the future, a quick message is all it takes Smiley

We appreciate the concerns people have regarding the blockchain strain, we ourselves recommend multibit for our bitcoin gamblers thanks to its quick sync and use of the bitcoin URI scheme.

Multi Bet and sendmany are 2 things we (I mean code monkey) are currently working on which should reduce the load we create on the network by 30-45%

Thanks for the feedback.
We will continue to monitor the general response and feel of the devcoin community before we move ahead with game support.

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October 14, 2012, 06:22:33 PM
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A bounty would not be required if you wanted Clone Dice in the future, a quick message is all it takes Smiley

We appreciate the concerns people have regarding the blockchain strain, we ourselves recommend multibit for our bitcoin gamblers thanks to its quick sync and use of the bitcoin URI scheme.

Thanks for listening. As far as the bounty is concerned, with devcoin, that's automatic Smiley

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October 16, 2012, 04:31:25 PM
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A bounty would not be required if you wanted Clone Dice in the future, a quick message is all it takes Smiley

We appreciate the concerns people have regarding the blockchain strain, we ourselves recommend multibit for our bitcoin gamblers thanks to its quick sync and use of the bitcoin URI scheme.

Thanks for listening. As far as the bounty is concerned, with devcoin, that's automatic Smiley


Could you not make possibly one of the most significant bounties to the current cryptocoin ecosystem to help deal with this?  And that is a bounty for say one of the following scenarios:

1) Implementation and tested patch to dvc which upgrades the system to a full ledger system complete with empty address pruning etc.
2) Hybrid Implementation where 1 or more ledger check points are auto-generated periodically which allow the pruning of the block chain older than the last maintained ledger check point (kind of like a dynamic genesis block of sorts) and all "current" transactions/blocks are processed as normal until they have sufficiently aged and rolled up into the ledger checkpoint system.
3)  Some other well discussed/planned and approved idea that meets the same purpose and requirements.

A couple additional requirements to consider - dvc should still be merge minable, existing functionality shall not be adversely altered, should come with clear instruction so that any other btc based crypto can benefit as well.. notably btc...

Just a thought...?

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October 17, 2012, 06:42:27 PM
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Could you not make possibly one of the most significant bounties to the current cryptocoin ecosystem to help deal with this?  And that is a bounty for say one of the following scenarios:

1) Implementation and tested patch to dvc which upgrades the system to a full ledger system complete with empty address pruning etc.
2) Hybrid Implementation where 1 or more ledger check points are auto-generated periodically which allow the pruning of the block chain older than the last maintained ledger check point (kind of like a dynamic genesis block of sorts) and all "current" transactions/blocks are processed as normal until they have sufficiently aged and rolled up into the ledger checkpoint system.
3)  Some other well discussed/planned and approved idea that meets the same purpose and requirements.
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Requests have already been made to the bitcoin developers to fix the blockchain bloat problem, no one has done it because it is a very difficult problem. I'd estimate it would take at least a 2,000 BTC bounty to fix the problem. Devcoin currently has a market cap of about 4,000 BTC bitcoins, and realistically can only put 1% to any single bounty, so a maximum 40 BTC bounty. This is way too low to pay for a fix to the bloat problem, so there's no point in offering such a bounty.

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October 22, 2012, 11:18:37 AM
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im getting spammed with the following message while downloading the blockchain:

Code:
Number of pages in getCommonOutputByText: 3
Insufficient identical pages in getCommonOutputByText.
Could not get the page: http://www.perth-exchange.org/receiver_1.csv
Response returned with status code 404

am only i affected by this?

EDIT:
now im getting this:

Code:
Number of pages in getCommonOutputByText: 3
Insufficient identical pages in getCommonOutputByText.
Warning, writeFileText in receiver.h won't write the file:
/home/k1773r/.devcoin/receiver/receiver_1.csv
because the text is blank.
No coin addresses were found, there may be something wrong with the receiver_x.csv files.
Could not get the page: http://www.perth-exchange.org/receiver_1.csv
Response returned with status code 404

EDIT2:
just got stuck at 3999 blocks, there is also a note "WARNING: Displayed transactions may not be correct!  You may need to upgrade, or other nodes may need to upgrade." but i do have the latest version from SF (first post).

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October 22, 2012, 01:05:37 PM
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The receiver_0.csv, receiver_1.csv etc etc files need to be in your "current directory" when you run the program, or you can pre-place them in ~/.devcoin/receiver/ directory which is where it will put them once it finds them.

The problem is that one of the three sites it tries to download early files from went offline, so there is no longer an odd number of sites for it to download them from to check that a majority of them agree as to the contents of the files.

I packaged all the old receiver files along with the program precisely to fix this. So just run initially from right there where those files are and it will find them and suck them in to where it wants them.

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October 22, 2012, 01:12:35 PM
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The receiver_0.csv, receiver_1.csv etc etc files need to be in your "current directory" when you run the program, or you can pre-place them in ~/.devcoin/receiver/ directory which is where it will put them once it finds them.

The problem is that one of the three sites it tries to download early files from went offline, so there is no longer an odd number of sites for it to download them from to check that a majority of them agree as to the contents of the files.

I packaged all the old receiver files along with the program precisely to fix this. So just run initially from right there where those files are and it will find them and such them in to where it wants them.

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ty works now Smiley

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October 22, 2012, 03:37:03 PM
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Devcoin Bounty (DVB) Voting Passed!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101559.msg1287368#msg1287368

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October 24, 2012, 06:36:12 PM
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hello

i am new do devcoin. already bought some devcoin bounty shares at cryptostocks
now i am trying to run my own devcoind on my server but i am not good at compiling Wink
are there any binaries for debian 32 bit?
the links on this page arent working: http://www.devcoin.org/?q=node/2

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October 24, 2012, 07:02:07 PM
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hello

i am new do devcoin. already bought some devcoin bounty shares at cryptostocks
now i am trying to run my own devcoind on my server but i am not good at compiling Wink
are there any binaries for debian 32 bit?
the links on this page arent working: http://www.devcoin.org/?q=node/2
squeeze?

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October 24, 2012, 07:29:09 PM
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just compiled it on a squeeze x86, enjoy:

http://darkgamex.ch/devcoin/
MD5: 52e64363838315633c64d883c79ecfc3

have fun ^^

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October 24, 2012, 09:31:49 PM
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thank you K1773R ! but when i try to run it, it doesnt start and hangs my ssh Sad
so i tried to compile it on my own. after a few errors and searching i managed to geht a bitcoind file. renamed it to devcoind... when i try to start i get this error message:

Code:
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EXCEPTION: 11DbException      
DbEnv::open: Invalid argument      
bitcoin in AppInit()      

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'DbException'
  what():  DbEnv::open: Invalid argument
Aborted

edit: ok i see this in my .devcoin/db.log

Code:
replication requires locking support

maybe i get this because i am running it on a virtual server?

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October 24, 2012, 11:10:37 PM
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thank you K1773R ! but when i try to run it, it doesnt start and hangs my ssh Sad
so i tried to compile it on my own. after a few errors and searching i managed to geht a bitcoind file. renamed it to devcoind... when i try to start i get this error message:

Code:
./devcoind --daemon


************************
EXCEPTION: 11DbException      
DbEnv::open: Invalid argument      
bitcoin in AppInit()      

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'DbException'
  what():  DbEnv::open: Invalid argument
Aborted

edit: ok i see this in my .devcoin/db.log

Code:
replication requires locking support

maybe i get this because i am running it on a virtual server?
could be, this would also explain the ssh lockup. altough i dont think file locks are prohibited on a VPS.

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October 26, 2012, 05:26:20 PM
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there will be a new lightwight client out there what would need just a slightly adjustment for devcoin:

https://github.com/jgarzik/picocoin

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October 26, 2012, 05:31:45 PM
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Now if we can make a single client to hold all the alt coins in one program....

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October 26, 2012, 05:38:42 PM
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Not going to post a blowing up thread but holy cow dvc just shot up in price, major activity today!  Did I miss some news? lol

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October 26, 2012, 05:52:50 PM
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They are backing some pretty awesome projects and btc has become something people are going to distance themselves from as asics get released.

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October 26, 2012, 06:29:28 PM
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Looks like maybe some arbitrageur(s) finally got around to cashing in on the fact that DeVCoins had been cheaper on Vircurex than on the Digitalis Open Transactions server for quite a while. Take a good look at http://galaxies.mygamesonline.org/digitalisassets.html and maybe you'll see why some folks might be looking to pick up DVC cheap to bring to the Digitalis Open Transactions server to buy stuff with it...

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October 26, 2012, 06:36:51 PM
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just compiled it on a squeeze x86, enjoy:

http://darkgamex.ch/devcoin/
MD5: 52e64363838315633c64d883c79ecfc3

have fun ^^

Hi K1773R,

Thanks for making a binary and helping someone install it.


To Everyone,

I suggest a bounty of a generation share for each binary on a different Linux distribution, any objections?

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October 26, 2012, 06:38:49 PM
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To Everyone,

I suggest a bounty of a generation share for each binary on a different Linux distribution, any objections?

Sounds good.

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