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Author Topic: [ANN][SBC] From Death Comes Life – The Rebirth of StableCoin - URGENT UPDATE  (Read 179548 times)
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December 26, 2013, 07:32:57 AM
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December 26, 2013, 07:55:36 AM
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Message from Cryptocult Pools - http://sbc.cryptoculture.net

Fellow miners, I learned a hard lesson tonight. Our late update to version 1.4 really screwed us up. I am very dedicated to providing the best service to my customers, so I am very sorry and I understand you disappointment as a fellow miner.

The late update to 1.4 caused the following issues. 1. Caused our pool to get corrupted. Therefore we had to create a new pool from scratch. 2. Many users received confirmed transactions for blocks that exists on the wrong blockchain - therefore were invalid. These invalid transactions corrupted the metadata of the pool and rendered it in-operational.

I hope everyone had autopayout enabled and got all of their valid StableCoins out of the pool.

The new pool is up, and you will have to recreate your login id.

This issue will NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN!!! I hope you will continue to support us.

Remove pool fee? Lost a lot of shares Sad
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December 26, 2013, 01:04:50 PM
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Difficulty's now at 7.579!!!!  Really? 

This is beginning to look like one giant clusterf***

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December 26, 2013, 01:39:33 PM
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I've have to wonder if we've reached the point where there *needs* to be more than one developer on this project.

@artos, it's obvious you still have shit going on in your life that keeps you from addressing issues with this coin. We're now into the third day of a situation where the difficulty is pegged... and will only rise. Your response: it's being monitored. There is nothing to monitor. We need a fix. It's a simple fix. It's a fix that's been posted here. It's a fix that's been committed via GitHub... it's a matter of merging code. It simply couldn't be any easier.

There are a lot of us that have a great deal of money invested in SBC and we're left thinking 'am I an idiot for thinking this guy will stick with the project... after having abandoned it already?'

Dude, what the hell can we do to help? This thing is dying here and YOU are responsible.

http://sbc.blockexplorer.io/ - saRcSpjGxGWk9mGwFSpNTRbwjDvwLmqSkz
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December 26, 2013, 03:04:29 PM
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I've have to wonder if we've reached the point where there *needs* to be more than one developer on this project.

@artos, it's obvious you still have shit going on in your life that keeps you from addressing issues with this coin. We're now into the third day of a situation where the difficulty is pegged... and will only rise. Your response: it's being monitored. There is nothing to monitor. We need a fix. It's a simple fix. It's a fix that's been posted here. It's a fix that's been committed via GitHub... it's a matter of merging code. It simply couldn't be any easier.

There are a lot of us that have a great deal of money invested in SBC and we're left thinking 'am I an idiot for thinking this guy will stick with the project... after having abandoned it already?'

Dude, what the hell can we do to help? This thing is dying here and YOU are responsible.
Couldn't have said this better.

For the time being, I am moving my mining resources to another currency (DGC).  I am not certain I feel comfortable with Stablecoin until I begin to see some real responsiveness from artos.

Not certain at this time that eagle eye wasn't closer to the truth than not.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=349198.msg4051283#msg4051283

I made this comment before and it still holds true.
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Those of us who have been mining SBC have not been doing so out of the goodness of our hearts, we are doing so in the hopes that we are mining a coin that has a bright future and that will ultimately reward those who have expended their mining capacity on SBC's rather than another coin.

The key to success in any venture is open, frequent and informative updates.  We are all making a bet that our efforts will be rewarded and we're comfortable with that decision, as long as we feel that things are moving in the correct direction.  When communication lags, then investors (and miners--especially newbie miners) begin to get nervous . . . especially when you see the coin value and market cap in a slow, steady decline.

Gamblers and investors are a skittish lot and they require some degree of reassurance that they are not 1. Fools betting on a horse that can't cross the finish line, or 2. Gullible fools who are being played by those more experienced and knowledgeable than they.

Patience is needed on both sides, the miners and gamblers need to allow artos the time necessary to get whatever maintenance and corrective measures accomplished.  On the other hand, artos, hazard and others need to understand what the rest are going through and provide a little more thorough communications and updates--maybe even a pep-talk or two. Grin

Artos, Hazard, I know you aren't baby-sitters, but in taking on the responsibility for creating and promoting the StableCoin, you also incurred some responsibility to the people you are asking to trust you.

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December 26, 2013, 03:07:18 PM
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Guys, is it just me or is the client intermittently trying to sync with the network (~4172 blocks remaining) but unable to update.

In the meantime, I have some coins trapped in limbo because the client isn't syncing.

Is this partly due to the hardfork??


Here is the appended error file. (part of it)


Code:

trying connection 58.183.127.170:17500 lastseen=60.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 203.59.132.204:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 93.212.196.180:17500 lastseen=22.4hrs
UPnP Port Mapping successful.
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  39ms
connection timeout
trying connection 86.22.130.144:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
Added time data, samples 54, offset -2 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 60001, blocks=318030, us=210.186.159.34:62418, them=62.194.165.209:17500, peer=62.194.165.209:17500
getblocks 309830 to f0a479c43d2061b64b1b limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 310329 c8162a3a1e91022aa797
received block cada1293915e45b7a712
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=7824c12b433227710f1a
received block e088325bdb574665e5bf
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=cada1293915e45b7a712
ERROR: FetchInputs() : a2fed928ce mempool Tx prev not found 8b0d95521f
stored orphan tx a2fed928ce (mapsz 11)
received block 8751124d6619787f1ec4
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=e088325bdb574665e5bf
connection timeout
getblocks 310330 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 310829 4a7dd8ca9f2ba0cd9f9d
received block fe39681f8993d260e1e8
  nActualTimespan = 417  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 600    nActualTimespan = 417
Before: 1c461778  0000000046177800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c30b6b5  0000000030b6b5f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED
disconnecting node 62.194.165.209:17500
Disconnected 62.194.165.209:17500 for misbehavior (score=100)
trying connection 108.9.45.178:17500 lastseen=2.6hrs
connected 108.9.45.178:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313853, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=108.9.45.178:17500, peer=108.9.45.178:17500
trying connection 98.208.236.116:17500 lastseen=19.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 59.167.189.49:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
received getdata (2 invsz)
connection timeout
trying connection 71.85.220.167:17500 lastseen=707.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 72.84.189.238:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 71.21.140.83:17500 lastseen=45.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 85.217.147.117:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 190.174.9.158:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 211.137.20.208:17500 lastseen=11.6hrs
connection timeout
accepted connection 75.155.136.206:58414
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313853, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=75.155.136.206:58414, peer=75.155.136.206:58414
Added time data, samples 55, offset -19 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -2  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 60001, blocks=318030, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=75.155.136.206:17500, peer=75.155.136.206:58414
getblocks 38616 to ba7723d78bffa1791425 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 38891 ba7723d78bffa1791425
connection timeout
trying connection 70.134.73.115:17500 lastseen=6.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 193.110.115.124:17500 lastseen=41.8hrs
received block 3abcba6988fc5238b712
SetBestChain: new best=3abcba6988fc5238b712  height=313854  work=1113018976110540  date=12/26/13 15:00:17
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks 38616 to 247be120b701ee36126f limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 39115 8808075afb1ade0b75ac
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
Flushing wallet.dat
Flushed wallet.dat 159ms
connection timeout
trying connection 98.168.188.82:17500 lastseen=6.2hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 5.69.63.209:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 75.171.141.140:17500 lastseen=0.7hrs
connected 75.171.141.140:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=75.171.141.140:17500, peer=75.171.141.140:17500
trying connection 46.14.27.20:17500 lastseen=0.6hrs
received block 5697ddc6e3e01a3927ff
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=8751124d6619787f1ec4
connection timeout
trying connection 206.248.184.174:17500 lastseen=3.9hrs
received block 2715478a7810832d8269
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=6f90eed2523d0ffed6fd
accepted connection 192.222.136.171:57320
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=192.222.136.171:57320, peer=192.222.136.171:57320
Added time data, samples 56, offset +6 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=192.222.136.171:17501, peer=192.222.136.171:57320
connection timeout
trying connection [2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500 lastseen=0.6hrs
connected [2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=[2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500, peer=[2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500
trying connection 83.236.208.138:17500 lastseen=2.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 67.183.126.156:17500 lastseen=2.1hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 108.9.45.178:17500
received block 2fdcdefccc1a06a6ed32
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=5697ddc6e3e01a3927ff
connection timeout
trying connection 78.148.123.143:17500 lastseen=53.8hrs
getblocks 139931 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 140430 dc248feec2697c6eb6a7
connection timeout
trying connection 50.102.222.206:17500 lastseen=3.4hrs
connection timeout
trying connection [2001:0:9d38:90d7:202f:fbff:91a5:7073]:17500 lastseen=5.8hrs
received block 138db4ff0b2961073561
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=2fdcdefccc1a06a6ed32
connection timeout
getblocks 34255 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 34754 057b80d99859588bec3f
received getdata for: block 3abcba6988fc5238b712
trying connection 87.117.50.114:17500 lastseen=54.0hrs
received block d2f085e8ee3eb167fd9c
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=138db4ff0b2961073561
connection timeout
trying connection 178.4.211.145:17500 lastseen=29.4hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 24.39.226.146:17500 lastseen=6.0hrs
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  66ms
connection timeout
trying connection 78.148.234.156:17500 lastseen=20.5hrs
Added 1 addresses from 86.3.86.71: 687 tried, 9016 new
socket recv error 10054
disconnecting node 75.171.141.140:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 217.67.117.210:17500 lastseen=389.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 88.223.2.162:17500 lastseen=2.7hrs
socket recv error 10054
disconnecting node 192.222.136.171:57320
received block a298d10677a040569d43
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=d2f085e8ee3eb167fd9c
getblocks 140431 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 140930 74b38e85ccaa302b773c
connection timeout
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node [2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500
trying connection 124.197.25.116:17500 lastseen=6.3hrs
received block fe39681f8993d260e1e8
  nActualTimespan = 417  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 600    nActualTimespan = 417
Before: 1c461778  0000000046177800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c30b6b5  0000000030b6b5f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED
disconnecting node 75.155.136.206:58414
Disconnected 75.155.136.206:58414 for misbehavior (score=100)
connection timeout
trying connection 62.243.86.200:17500 lastseen=137.5hrs
accepted connection 83.145.61.116:56811
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=83.145.61.116:56811, peer=83.145.61.116:56811
Added time data, samples 57, offset -9 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -2  (+0 minutes)
Moving 83.145.61.116:17500 to tried
receive version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=83.145.61.116:17500, peer=83.145.61.116:56811
connection timeout
trying connection 125.78.10.154:17500 lastseen=62.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 75.176.14.241:17500 lastseen=29.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 67.81.32.177:17500 lastseen=11.6hrs
trying connection 108.186.237.29:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.106.217.238:17500 lastseen=7.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 109.121.82.231:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 199.119.140.197:17500 lastseen=8.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 184.171.221.204:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 124.150.25.211:17500 lastseen=90.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 109.80.94.251:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.222.136.171:17500 lastseen=3.7hrs
connected 192.222.136.171:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=192.222.136.171:17500, peer=192.222.136.171:17500
trying connection 118.113.168.33:17500 lastseen=11.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 93.138.167.14:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 183.247.75.166:17500 lastseen=10.2hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 31.207.20.162:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 60.241.208.1:17500 lastseen=3.6hrs
connected 60.241.208.1:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=60.241.208.1:17500, peer=60.241.208.1:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 216.81.25.170:17500 lastseen=253.0hrs
accepted connection [2002:1804:2ddb:0:c195:34a:5355:95a0]:43375
socket recv error 10054
disconnecting node [2002:1804:2ddb:0:c195:34a:5355:95a0]:43375
trying connection 198.143.188.42:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
getblocks 140931 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 141430 0b1e17a3f5f28109e5b9
connection timeout
trying connection 98.151.191.57:17500 lastseen=8.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 113.162.188.201:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 68.113.238.39:17500 lastseen=67.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 203.59.132.204:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 62.210.131.147:17500 lastseen=52.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.22.130.144:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
accepted connection 86.210.169.134:65256
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=86.210.169.134:65256, peer=86.210.169.134:65256
Added time data, samples 58, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 60001, blocks=318037, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=86.210.169.134:17501, peer=86.210.169.134:65256
connection timeout
trying connection 95.174.98.224:17500 lastseen=6.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 59.167.189.49:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  35ms
connection timeout
trying connection 108.250.120.149:17500 lastseen=4.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 72.84.189.238:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
received block 8237f802e13d0b8e2407
SetBestChain: new best=8237f802e13d0b8e2407  height=313855  work=1113051528403998  date=12/26/13 15:02:49
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks 186141 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 186640 1ea4a19abbafe5bca139
Flushing wallet.dat
Flushed wallet.dat 149ms
connection timeout
trying connection 128.71.224.143:17500 lastseen=35.7hrs
connection timeout
getblocks 43016 to 247be120b701ee36126f limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 43515 ca8c5d3052d801299227
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
trying connection 85.217.147.117:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
received getdata for: block 8237f802e13d0b8e2407
connection timeout
getblocks 43140 to fb1e49e77d3adb8a4241 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 43216 fb1e49e77d3adb8a4241
trying connection 217.197.0.46:17500 lastseen=48.4hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 113.235.121.246:17500 lastseen=13.2hrs
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted a9a49b89b4 (poolsz 1)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted f7f18e5ace (poolsz 2)
getblocks 186641 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 187140 e8ebb9050e680bf42874
received getdata for: tx a9a49b89b4283f336cd6
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 81859eafb4 (poolsz 3)
getblocks 34755 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 35254 33a7fd76f516d63b9687
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 192.222.136.171:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 95.97.59.146:17500 lastseen=2.9hrs
received getdata for: tx 81859eafb49f83c95457
getblocks 187141 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 187640 913eabc16ecb1887b4b4
connection timeout
trying connection 188.230.238.89:17500 lastseen=3.6hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 60.241.208.1:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 61.177.207.190:17500 lastseen=3.1hrs
getblocks 141431 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 141930 a5b622f7201a19c3ad04
connection timeout
trying connection 88.199.101.1:17500 lastseen=3.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 89.100.141.229:17500 lastseen=7.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 194.73.135.165:17500 lastseen=307.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 188.67.255.178:17500 lastseen=4.5hrs
accepted connection 50.71.153.7:64079
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313855, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=50.71.153.7:64079, peer=50.71.153.7:64079
Added time data, samples 59, offset -1 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 1040000, blocks=313855, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=50.71.153.7:17500, peer=50.71.153.7:64079
connection timeout
trying connection 188.238.240.203:17500 lastseen=3.4hrs
socket recv error 10053
disconnecting node 184.70.2.74:11928
received block 6fcadea8334e252258ac
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=ae9d8b8af377350d834d
connection timeout
trying connection 46.14.27.20:17500 lastseen=0.7hrs
received block fe39681f8993d260e1e8
  nActualTimespan = 417  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 600    nActualTimespan = 417
Before: 1c461778  0000000046177800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c30b6b5  0000000030b6b5f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED
disconnecting node 86.210.169.134:65256
Disconnected 86.210.169.134:65256 for misbehavior (score=100)
connection timeout
trying connection 108.180.221.104:17500 lastseen=2.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 14.107.34.75:17500 lastseen=3.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 116.25.102.62:17500 lastseen=0.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.74.107.62:17500 lastseen=310.6hrs
connection from 93.189.45.68:34521 dropped (banned)
connection timeout
trying connection 88.11.65.211:17500 lastseen=0.6hrs
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  54ms
connection timeout
trying connection 83.226.60.166:17500 lastseen=31.2hrs
connection from 67.6.71.244:62720 dropped (banned)
connection timeout
trying connection 173.21.154.211:17500 lastseen=0.2hrs
connected 173.21.154.211:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313855, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=173.21.154.211:17500, peer=173.21.154.211:17500
trying connection 218.82.205.110:17500 lastseen=277.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 112.66.53.161:17500 lastseen=6.4hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 1.0.227.34:17500 lastseen=107.7hrs


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December 26, 2013, 03:26:53 PM
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So who gets all the lost shares?HuhHuh

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December 26, 2013, 03:32:07 PM
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I've have to wonder if we've reached the point where there *needs* to be more than one developer on this project.

@artos, it's obvious you still have shit going on in your life that keeps you from addressing issues with this coin. We're now into the third day of a situation where the difficulty is pegged... and will only rise. Your response: it's being monitored. There is nothing to monitor. We need a fix. It's a simple fix. It's a fix that's been posted here. It's a fix that's been committed via GitHub... it's a matter of merging code. It simply couldn't be any easier.

There are a lot of us that have a great deal of money invested in SBC and we're left thinking 'am I an idiot for thinking this guy will stick with the project... after having abandoned it already?'

Dude, what the hell can we do to help? This thing is dying here and YOU are responsible.
Had I merged your code, the blockchain would have been forked instantly, 1800 blocks in the past. Does that sound like an acceptable solution? The actual fix is an extremely simple one, and has been ready for days. I've been monitoring block generation trends so that I could set a reasonable point for the next fork to occur at. Hardforks are a delicate art, and screwing this part up would surely be the final nail in the coffin. Why are you all suggesting that we rush into it? Is 3 days of low mining rewards worth jeopardizing the coin over? I've gathered enough data, and the fork will occur at block 317,000.

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December 26, 2013, 03:35:01 PM
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RELEASE - VERSION 1.5

This is a mandatory update before block 317000, approximately 5 days from now. The update consists of the following changes:

*Difficulty algorithm fixed. It now properly retargets every 10 blocks, with a maximum of 12% down, or 10% up.

PLEASE INFORM YOUR MINING POOLS, EXCHANGES, BLOCK EXPLORER, ETC ABOUT THIS UPDATE.

I will do my best to do this myself, but the more people spreading the word, the better. Last time, with 2 weeks noticed, we still had pools that failed to upgrade. Now, with only 5 days notice, it's imperative that everyone updates ASAP.

DOWNLOAD

Windows Client: https://github.com/stablecoin/stablecoin-qt/archive/master.zip
Mac Client: Coming Soon
Source: https://github.com/stablecoin/StableCoin

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December 26, 2013, 03:43:21 PM
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I've have to wonder if we've reached the point where there *needs* to be more than one developer on this project.

@artos, it's obvious you still have shit going on in your life that keeps you from addressing issues with this coin. We're now into the third day of a situation where the difficulty is pegged... and will only rise. Your response: it's being monitored. There is nothing to monitor. We need a fix. It's a simple fix. It's a fix that's been posted here. It's a fix that's been committed via GitHub... it's a matter of merging code. It simply couldn't be any easier.

There are a lot of us that have a great deal of money invested in SBC and we're left thinking 'am I an idiot for thinking this guy will stick with the project... after having abandoned it already?'

Dude, what the hell can we do to help? This thing is dying here and YOU are responsible.
Had I merged your code, the blockchain would have been forked instantly, 1800 blocks in the past. Does that sound like an acceptable solution? The actual fix is an extremely simple one, and has been ready for days. I've been monitoring block generation trends so that I could set a reasonable point for the next fork to occur at. Hardforks are a delicate art, and screwing this part up would surely be the final nail in the coffin. Why are you all suggesting that we rush into it? Is 3 days of low mining rewards worth jeopardizing the coin over? I've gathered enough data, and the fork will occur at block 317,000.

Chill, artos, it's not about you, it's about the coin.  Had you communicated this information, you would not have had the sort of reaction you see here.  You say the fix has been ready for days, but you didn't inform us.

We need timely information, especially when things aren't going as expected.  We all want this coin to succeed.  We all have a vested interest in it succeeding, but when we don't hear anything for a couple of days, it leads to folks asking serious questions.

AS I said before.  By choosing to create this coin and push it's development, you have taken on the additional burden of communicating with your base.  Perhaps cobrabyte is correct, and you need some assistance in running the coin (preferably someone with plenty of knowledge and expertise.  It appears there are some in this community with the knowledge to help.

Please give it some thought.

And thanks for the update.

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December 26, 2013, 03:44:35 PM
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Long live Stablecoin!

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December 26, 2013, 03:44:40 PM
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Thanks for the update Artos.

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December 26, 2013, 03:48:20 PM
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Upgraded to version 1.5, coins still missing and not syncing properly with network....



Guys, is it just me or is the client intermittently trying to sync with the network (~4172 blocks remaining) but unable to update.

In the meantime, I have some coins trapped in limbo because the client isn't syncing.

Is this partly due to the hardfork??


Here is the appended error file. (part of it)


Code:

trying connection 58.183.127.170:17500 lastseen=60.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 203.59.132.204:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 93.212.196.180:17500 lastseen=22.4hrs
UPnP Port Mapping successful.
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  39ms
connection timeout
trying connection 86.22.130.144:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
Added time data, samples 54, offset -2 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 60001, blocks=318030, us=210.186.159.34:62418, them=62.194.165.209:17500, peer=62.194.165.209:17500
getblocks 309830 to f0a479c43d2061b64b1b limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 310329 c8162a3a1e91022aa797
received block cada1293915e45b7a712
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=7824c12b433227710f1a
received block e088325bdb574665e5bf
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=cada1293915e45b7a712
ERROR: FetchInputs() : a2fed928ce mempool Tx prev not found 8b0d95521f
stored orphan tx a2fed928ce (mapsz 11)
received block 8751124d6619787f1ec4
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=e088325bdb574665e5bf
connection timeout
getblocks 310330 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 310829 4a7dd8ca9f2ba0cd9f9d
received block fe39681f8993d260e1e8
  nActualTimespan = 417  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 600    nActualTimespan = 417
Before: 1c461778  0000000046177800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c30b6b5  0000000030b6b5f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED
disconnecting node 62.194.165.209:17500
Disconnected 62.194.165.209:17500 for misbehavior (score=100)
trying connection 108.9.45.178:17500 lastseen=2.6hrs
connected 108.9.45.178:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313853, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=108.9.45.178:17500, peer=108.9.45.178:17500
trying connection 98.208.236.116:17500 lastseen=19.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 59.167.189.49:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
received getdata (2 invsz)
connection timeout
trying connection 71.85.220.167:17500 lastseen=707.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 72.84.189.238:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 71.21.140.83:17500 lastseen=45.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 85.217.147.117:17500 lastseen=357797.2hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 190.174.9.158:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 211.137.20.208:17500 lastseen=11.6hrs
connection timeout
accepted connection 75.155.136.206:58414
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313853, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=75.155.136.206:58414, peer=75.155.136.206:58414
Added time data, samples 55, offset -19 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -2  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 60001, blocks=318030, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=75.155.136.206:17500, peer=75.155.136.206:58414
getblocks 38616 to ba7723d78bffa1791425 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 38891 ba7723d78bffa1791425
connection timeout
trying connection 70.134.73.115:17500 lastseen=6.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 193.110.115.124:17500 lastseen=41.8hrs
received block 3abcba6988fc5238b712
SetBestChain: new best=3abcba6988fc5238b712  height=313854  work=1113018976110540  date=12/26/13 15:00:17
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks 38616 to 247be120b701ee36126f limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 39115 8808075afb1ade0b75ac
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
Flushing wallet.dat
Flushed wallet.dat 159ms
connection timeout
trying connection 98.168.188.82:17500 lastseen=6.2hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 5.69.63.209:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 75.171.141.140:17500 lastseen=0.7hrs
connected 75.171.141.140:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=75.171.141.140:17500, peer=75.171.141.140:17500
trying connection 46.14.27.20:17500 lastseen=0.6hrs
received block 5697ddc6e3e01a3927ff
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=8751124d6619787f1ec4
connection timeout
trying connection 206.248.184.174:17500 lastseen=3.9hrs
received block 2715478a7810832d8269
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=6f90eed2523d0ffed6fd
accepted connection 192.222.136.171:57320
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=192.222.136.171:57320, peer=192.222.136.171:57320
Added time data, samples 56, offset +6 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=192.222.136.171:17501, peer=192.222.136.171:57320
connection timeout
trying connection [2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500 lastseen=0.6hrs
connected [2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=[2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500, peer=[2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500
trying connection 83.236.208.138:17500 lastseen=2.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 67.183.126.156:17500 lastseen=2.1hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 108.9.45.178:17500
received block 2fdcdefccc1a06a6ed32
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=5697ddc6e3e01a3927ff
connection timeout
trying connection 78.148.123.143:17500 lastseen=53.8hrs
getblocks 139931 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 140430 dc248feec2697c6eb6a7
connection timeout
trying connection 50.102.222.206:17500 lastseen=3.4hrs
connection timeout
trying connection [2001:0:9d38:90d7:202f:fbff:91a5:7073]:17500 lastseen=5.8hrs
received block 138db4ff0b2961073561
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=2fdcdefccc1a06a6ed32
connection timeout
getblocks 34255 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 34754 057b80d99859588bec3f
received getdata for: block 3abcba6988fc5238b712
trying connection 87.117.50.114:17500 lastseen=54.0hrs
received block d2f085e8ee3eb167fd9c
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=138db4ff0b2961073561
connection timeout
trying connection 178.4.211.145:17500 lastseen=29.4hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 24.39.226.146:17500 lastseen=6.0hrs
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  66ms
connection timeout
trying connection 78.148.234.156:17500 lastseen=20.5hrs
Added 1 addresses from 86.3.86.71: 687 tried, 9016 new
socket recv error 10054
disconnecting node 75.171.141.140:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 217.67.117.210:17500 lastseen=389.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 88.223.2.162:17500 lastseen=2.7hrs
socket recv error 10054
disconnecting node 192.222.136.171:57320
received block a298d10677a040569d43
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=d2f085e8ee3eb167fd9c
getblocks 140431 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 140930 74b38e85ccaa302b773c
connection timeout
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node [2001:0:9d38:6abd:140d:1f57:47c4:21cb]:17500
trying connection 124.197.25.116:17500 lastseen=6.3hrs
received block fe39681f8993d260e1e8
  nActualTimespan = 417  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 600    nActualTimespan = 417
Before: 1c461778  0000000046177800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c30b6b5  0000000030b6b5f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED
disconnecting node 75.155.136.206:58414
Disconnected 75.155.136.206:58414 for misbehavior (score=100)
connection timeout
trying connection 62.243.86.200:17500 lastseen=137.5hrs
accepted connection 83.145.61.116:56811
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=83.145.61.116:56811, peer=83.145.61.116:56811
Added time data, samples 57, offset -9 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -2  (+0 minutes)
Moving 83.145.61.116:17500 to tried
receive version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=83.145.61.116:17500, peer=83.145.61.116:56811
connection timeout
trying connection 125.78.10.154:17500 lastseen=62.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 75.176.14.241:17500 lastseen=29.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 67.81.32.177:17500 lastseen=11.6hrs
trying connection 108.186.237.29:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.106.217.238:17500 lastseen=7.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 109.121.82.231:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 199.119.140.197:17500 lastseen=8.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 184.171.221.204:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 124.150.25.211:17500 lastseen=90.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 109.80.94.251:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.222.136.171:17500 lastseen=3.7hrs
connected 192.222.136.171:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=192.222.136.171:17500, peer=192.222.136.171:17500
trying connection 118.113.168.33:17500 lastseen=11.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 93.138.167.14:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 183.247.75.166:17500 lastseen=10.2hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 31.207.20.162:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 60.241.208.1:17500 lastseen=3.6hrs
connected 60.241.208.1:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=60.241.208.1:17500, peer=60.241.208.1:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 216.81.25.170:17500 lastseen=253.0hrs
accepted connection [2002:1804:2ddb:0:c195:34a:5355:95a0]:43375
socket recv error 10054
disconnecting node [2002:1804:2ddb:0:c195:34a:5355:95a0]:43375
trying connection 198.143.188.42:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
getblocks 140931 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 141430 0b1e17a3f5f28109e5b9
connection timeout
trying connection 98.151.191.57:17500 lastseen=8.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 113.162.188.201:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 68.113.238.39:17500 lastseen=67.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 203.59.132.204:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 62.210.131.147:17500 lastseen=52.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.22.130.144:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
accepted connection 86.210.169.134:65256
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313854, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=86.210.169.134:65256, peer=86.210.169.134:65256
Added time data, samples 58, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 60001, blocks=318037, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=86.210.169.134:17501, peer=86.210.169.134:65256
connection timeout
trying connection 95.174.98.224:17500 lastseen=6.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 59.167.189.49:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  35ms
connection timeout
trying connection 108.250.120.149:17500 lastseen=4.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 72.84.189.238:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
received block 8237f802e13d0b8e2407
SetBestChain: new best=8237f802e13d0b8e2407  height=313855  work=1113051528403998  date=12/26/13 15:02:49
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks 186141 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 186640 1ea4a19abbafe5bca139
Flushing wallet.dat
Flushed wallet.dat 149ms
connection timeout
trying connection 128.71.224.143:17500 lastseen=35.7hrs
connection timeout
getblocks 43016 to 247be120b701ee36126f limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 43515 ca8c5d3052d801299227
getblocks -1 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
trying connection 85.217.147.117:17500 lastseen=357797.3hrs
received getdata for: block 8237f802e13d0b8e2407
connection timeout
getblocks 43140 to fb1e49e77d3adb8a4241 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 43216 fb1e49e77d3adb8a4241
trying connection 217.197.0.46:17500 lastseen=48.4hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 113.235.121.246:17500 lastseen=13.2hrs
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted a9a49b89b4 (poolsz 1)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted f7f18e5ace (poolsz 2)
getblocks 186641 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 187140 e8ebb9050e680bf42874
received getdata for: tx a9a49b89b4283f336cd6
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 81859eafb4 (poolsz 3)
getblocks 34755 to 985628d459e2e1220590 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 35254 33a7fd76f516d63b9687
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 192.222.136.171:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 95.97.59.146:17500 lastseen=2.9hrs
received getdata for: tx 81859eafb49f83c95457
getblocks 187141 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 187640 913eabc16ecb1887b4b4
connection timeout
trying connection 188.230.238.89:17500 lastseen=3.6hrs
socket no message in first 60 seconds, 0 1
disconnecting node 60.241.208.1:17500
connection timeout
trying connection 61.177.207.190:17500 lastseen=3.1hrs
getblocks 141431 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at limit 141930 a5b622f7201a19c3ad04
connection timeout
trying connection 88.199.101.1:17500 lastseen=3.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 89.100.141.229:17500 lastseen=7.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 194.73.135.165:17500 lastseen=307.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 188.67.255.178:17500 lastseen=4.5hrs
accepted connection 50.71.153.7:64079
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313855, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=50.71.153.7:64079, peer=50.71.153.7:64079
Added time data, samples 59, offset -1 (+0 minutes)
nTimeOffset = -1  (+0 minutes)
receive version message: version 1040000, blocks=313855, us=210.186.159.34:17500, them=50.71.153.7:17500, peer=50.71.153.7:64079
connection timeout
trying connection 188.238.240.203:17500 lastseen=3.4hrs
socket recv error 10053
disconnecting node 184.70.2.74:11928
received block 6fcadea8334e252258ac
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=ae9d8b8af377350d834d
connection timeout
trying connection 46.14.27.20:17500 lastseen=0.7hrs
received block fe39681f8993d260e1e8
  nActualTimespan = 417  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 600    nActualTimespan = 417
Before: 1c461778  0000000046177800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c30b6b5  0000000030b6b5f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28f5c28
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED
disconnecting node 86.210.169.134:65256
Disconnected 86.210.169.134:65256 for misbehavior (score=100)
connection timeout
trying connection 108.180.221.104:17500 lastseen=2.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 14.107.34.75:17500 lastseen=3.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 116.25.102.62:17500 lastseen=0.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.74.107.62:17500 lastseen=310.6hrs
connection from 93.189.45.68:34521 dropped (banned)
connection timeout
trying connection 88.11.65.211:17500 lastseen=0.6hrs
Flushed 9703 addresses to peers.dat  54ms
connection timeout
trying connection 83.226.60.166:17500 lastseen=31.2hrs
connection from 67.6.71.244:62720 dropped (banned)
connection timeout
trying connection 173.21.154.211:17500 lastseen=0.2hrs
connected 173.21.154.211:17500
send version message: version 1040000, blocks=313855, us=210.186.159.34:17501, them=173.21.154.211:17500, peer=173.21.154.211:17500
trying connection 218.82.205.110:17500 lastseen=277.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 112.66.53.161:17500 lastseen=6.4hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 1.0.227.34:17500 lastseen=107.7hrs



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December 26, 2013, 03:56:38 PM
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Crypty took down StableCoin, I assume this has to do with the newest update, right?
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December 26, 2013, 04:05:20 PM
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I've passed the news to http://sbc.nordicminers.eu

The sad truth is there are still pools running on the wrong "prior to 1.4" chain out there with quite a few people mining completely worthless shares Sad One I have in mind doesn't even have contact details for the pool owner.

Another fork now, while necessary and I understand that, will add to the overall confusion

Thanks for the update artos
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December 26, 2013, 04:11:05 PM
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Made an announcement thread for this update. Try to keep it on page 1.

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=386035.new#new

Chill, artos, it's not about you, it's about the coin.  Had you communicated this information, you would not have had the sort of reaction you see here.  You say the fix has been ready for days, but you didn't inform us.

We need timely information, especially when things aren't going as expected.  We all want this coin to succeed.  We all have a vested interest in it succeeding, but when we don't here anything for a couple of days, it leads to folks asking serious questions.

AS I said before.  By choosing to create this coin and push it's development, you have taken on the additional burden of communicating with you base.  Perhaps cobrabyte is correct, and you need some assistance in running the coin (preferably someone with plenty of knowledge and expertise.  It appears there are some in this community with the knowledge to help.

Please give it some thought.

And thanks for the update.
There's been a lot of unnecessary personal attacks, even though I am just as concerned with the success of this coin as any of you are. This thread feels like a witch hunt in recent days. I've posted both in this thread and on the official forums that a fix was forthcoming.

For the curious, the issue was related to integer rounding. Shifting around the parenthesis is all that needs to be done.

nActualTimespanMax = nTargetTimespan * (112/100) <- This rounds to 1
nActualTimespanMin = nTargetTimespan * (100/111) <- This rounds to 0

Fixed:

nActualTimespanMax = (nTargetTimespan * 112) / 100
nActualTimespanMin = (nTargetTimespan * 100) / 111

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December 26, 2013, 04:48:29 PM
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https://www.miningpool.co has been updated to version 1.5  Smiley
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December 26, 2013, 04:53:16 PM
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New thread commented on to keep it on top.

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December 26, 2013, 04:57:15 PM
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Cryptsy has been scrod a couple times by client updates causing forks; they apparently prefer now to stop trading in a coin before a client upgrade  happens, then reconnect afterward. 
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December 26, 2013, 05:10:45 PM
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http://sbc.pnwminer.com updated to v1.5
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