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May 27, 2012, 06:04:49 PM
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Just stopped p2pmining.com i0coin merged mining.  We where contributing about 10 Gh/s.  I saw the DB error message in the getinfo message field.  Any reason compelling to start merge mining this coin again?

I fired up my 32509 client again. It is normally loading blocks (no errors from getinfo), difficulty 5000 (at around block 300000 we "only" hat around 6000) and 1 block nearly every minute. Something feels strange. If the pools are offline -who is hashing? ... and with at least equal power as before (diff rising, fast blocks ...)?
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May 27, 2012, 10:12:38 PM
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Well - looking at the IP addresses where the blocks/coinbase txns are coming from will most likely tell you the answer.
(I don't have a chain running so I wont be looking)

But taking a wild guess at it ... luke-jr also used to use his pool to merge mine I0coins so maybe he's doing something destructive again like he did to that other coin ... ?

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May 28, 2012, 12:56:41 AM
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The new I0coin-qt client (from post# 1652) is working fine too.  I just downloaded the entire block chain with no problems.  Has anyone tried mining with the new client?  I don't know if it had anything to do with the crash.  It's more likely because of two different client versions being used for mining at the same time.  Maybe the BIP16 & BIP30 patches kicked in before the 1 Oct 2012 deadline.  If the new client works miners should be migrating to it to eliminate conflicts between the two. 
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May 28, 2012, 02:39:50 AM
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Are you saying htat the kr105 version of the i0coind is not the official realse, not the 35029 download from http://i0coin.bitparking.com/?
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May 28, 2012, 05:30:03 AM
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Vircurex is online again with I0C deposits and withdrawals.
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May 28, 2012, 06:04:47 AM
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Are you saying htat the kr105 version of the i0coind is not the official realse, not the 35029 download from http://i0coin.bitparking.com/?


35029 is an older version released on 2011-12-22.  The I0coin-qt client was just released a few weeks ago.  It's based on a much more recent version of bitcoin.  As far as I know it's not been posted anywhere but this forum (post # 1652).  Someone probably should post it on http://i0coin.bitparking.com/.  There shouldn't be any reason not to upgrade as long as the -qt version mines ok.  We could get another fork come Oct-2012 if 51% of miners are not using the new -qt client.  That should be plenty of time. 
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May 28, 2012, 06:08:59 AM
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We could get another fork come Oct-2012 if 51% of miners are not using the new -qt client.  That should be plenty of time. 
This will never happen as you won't be able to get the majority of hash power to convert. Luke-jr (afaik) controls 600 Ghash or so of the chain and I doubt he'd update.
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May 28, 2012, 08:01:26 AM
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We could get another fork come Oct-2012 if 51% of miners are not using the new -qt client.  That should be plenty of time. 
This will never happen as you won't be able to get the majority of hash power to convert. Luke-jr (afaik) controls 600 Ghash or so of the chain and I doubt he'd update.

If he controlled 51% of the mining he could have killed off I0coin months ago.  He wouldn't have to wait for a new client.

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May 28, 2012, 08:21:04 AM
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We could get another fork come Oct-2012 if 51% of miners are not using the new -qt client.  That should be plenty of time. 
This will never happen as you won't be able to get the majority of hash power to convert. Luke-jr (afaik) controls 600 Ghash or so of the chain and I doubt he'd update.

If he controlled 51% of the mining he could have killed off I0coin months ago.  He wouldn't have to wait for a new client.

He used to exchange the coins on vircurex for BTC (which I'd guess he probably still does)
So there is a definite advantage for him to not kill it ...

I'm a little unsure why people expect (on any coin) someone who has 51% of the hash rate to want to kill the coin
(unless they aren't mining long term, but luke-jr has been)

Maybe he tried a roll back after cashing out at vircurex ... for the fun of it Tongue

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May 28, 2012, 08:39:16 AM
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My IOcoin never went down. It's still happily hashing away getting blocks and confirmations
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May 28, 2012, 08:50:38 AM
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I'm a little unsure why people expect (on any coin) someone who has 51% of the hash rate to want to kill the coin
(unless they aren't mining long term, but luke-jr has been)



There's always that suspicion because luke-jr has killed before.  If you're correct, then luke-jr should want to see i0coin continue and he'd have no problem with upgrading to the latest client.

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May 28, 2012, 10:08:23 AM
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I'm a little unsure why people expect (on any coin) someone who has 51% of the hash rate to want to kill the coin
(unless they aren't mining long term, but luke-jr has been)



There's always that suspicion because luke-jr has killed before.  If you're correct, then luke-jr should want to see i0coin continue and he'd have no problem with upgrading to the latest client.

He likes to exert control?
i.e. by not upgrading he is controlling what everyone else has to do.
Sounds like him Smiley

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May 28, 2012, 07:10:31 PM
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I0coin hash rate is back to 277 GH/s on Vircurex.  All seems to be nominal in I0 land.
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May 28, 2012, 11:23:45 PM
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Does all this talk of a -qt version mean there is not a normal bitcoind to go with it? Or is it a normal release where you can compile the bitcoind by itself without having to make the -qt thing?

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May 29, 2012, 01:25:22 AM
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kr105 could answer that.  I thought he said he also produced an updated daemon.
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May 31, 2012, 09:48:27 PM
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What version are we supposed to be using? Doublec or KR105?

Compiled both from github and can't get either one to download complete block chain.

Doublec throws errors in the getinfo message field and the kr105 stops downloading at 299k blocks

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May 31, 2012, 10:12:56 PM
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What version are we supposed to be using? Doublec or KR105?

Compiled both from github and can't get either one to download complete block chain.

Doublec throws errors in the getinfo message field and the kr105 stops downloading at 299k blocks
I'm using the i0coin.bitparking.com one. What 'getinfo' error are you getting?
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June 01, 2012, 11:59:08 PM
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Well it seems i0coin is still progressing, even if slowly.
Since it is a community based project,
I hope it succeeds and the bugs are fixed.

Good thing is everyone contributed a little bit,
and every little bit makes a difference.

And that's what I call a decentralized community
based currency. Hopefully one day it gets
recognized, and becomes a bigger currency.
And one day we can let everyone know
that this is completely a community based currency.





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.BITVEST DICE.
HAS BEEN RELEASED!


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June 02, 2012, 12:09:28 AM
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Well it seems i0coin is still progressing, even if slowly.
Since it is a community based project,
I hope it succeeds and the bugs are fixed.

Good thing is everyone contributed a little bit,
and every little bit makes a difference.

And that's what I call a decentralized community
based currency. Hopefully one day it gets
recognized, and becomes a bigger currency.
And one day we can let everyone know
that this is completely a community based currency.





TRANSLATION: 'I AM HOLDING APPROXIMATELY 250,000 I0COINS'
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Well it seems i0coin is still progressing, even if slowly.
Since it is a community based project,
I hope it succeeds and the bugs are fixed.

Good thing is everyone contributed a little bit,
and every little bit makes a difference.

And that's what I call a decentralized community
based currency. Hopefully one day it gets
recognized, and becomes a bigger currency.
And one day we can let everyone know
that this is completely a community based currency.





TRANSLATION: 'I AM HOLDING APPROXIMATELY 250,000 I0COINS'


Cosbycoin, I am here saying this because I contributed myself, with pictures, and files
for the program icon. I actually contributed. And I made the i0coins myself in photoshop, that taken hours, and hours

If I didn't contributed, then yes someone with that much would be doing excatly what I am doing.
But I did help as well to the community based project.

I want this to succeed, because it is a driven community project and I have helped as well.
I am hoping it goes well.

There was a time a long time ago, when the network dropped to nearly nill.
I threw 3 giga hashes at it for a long time to support it.
I tried calling in a lot of people, to keep it at a resonable Ghash amount.
So it doesn't get taken down from all the sites.

If I didn't do this it would of completely died.
So I'll tell everyone the truth I do in fact have 600,000 i0coins.

But I don't plan on killing it.
And Its more unlikely since I told you the truth completely.
Some people here already knows I have that.

Though I may of lost the wallet file. Its been a long long time since I opened it.
And I have may forgot to transfer the file from my other computer the i0coin wallet.
When I did the formatting on the hard-drive. Just hope I still have it.

Yes I still have it. Just found it (Update)



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