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August 17, 2011, 03:56:56 AM
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Some one want to tell me how I'm supposed to generate a wallet and payment address with I0coin when the Linux package doesn't include the freaking client? It has i0coind but no i0coin to connect and run commands.

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August 17, 2011, 03:58:48 AM
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Some one want to tell me how I'm supposed to generate a wallet and payment address with I0coin when the Linux package doesn't include the freaking client? It has i0coind but no i0coin to connect and run commands.

....i0coind is all you need.
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August 17, 2011, 03:59:26 AM
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Are we looking at the same exchange?

I'm talking about the exchange here : https://i0exchange.bitparking.com/main

The owner is in IRC and told everyone what the deposited BTC and I0 was.

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August 17, 2011, 03:59:50 AM
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Some one want to tell me how I'm supposed to generate a wallet and payment address with I0coin when the Linux package doesn't include the freaking client? It has i0coind but no i0coin to connect and run commands.
If you pool mine you can just send it straight to the exchange (in the above post) and trade it for BTC Smiley

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August 17, 2011, 04:02:01 AM
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The owner is in IRC and told everyone what the deposited BTC and I0 was.
I can confirm that I did this.
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August 17, 2011, 04:06:40 AM
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Although I understand the reasoning, the 500+ confirmation for deposits on the exchange is kind of a bother Sad
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August 17, 2011, 04:07:11 AM
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Some one want to tell me how I'm supposed to generate a wallet and payment address with I0coin when the Linux package doesn't include the freaking client? It has i0coind but no i0coin to connect and run commands.
If you pool mine you can just send it straight to the exchange (in the above post) and trade it for BTC Smiley

Perfect, that works. Thanks.

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August 17, 2011, 04:25:40 AM
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one thing to watch out for... the addys ioexchange create for deposit are one time use only.. so dont set up autopay

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August 17, 2011, 04:26:50 AM
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one thing to watch out for... the addys ioexchange create for deposit are one time use only.. so dont set up autopay
And they expire in 48 hours.
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August 17, 2011, 04:28:25 AM
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Yer I found out the hard way, lost 30 i0coin that way, don't suppose there is anyway to get them back is there?

Just in case Smiley 13AP8mCpruBQVtVWbQgYGSnBgGxe2g8ERe
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August 17, 2011, 04:44:52 AM
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Is anyone else's Win64 client crashing for them in -server mode? I'm running i0coin.exe in -server mode and have my i0coin.conf setup correctly with the following:

rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=pass
rpcallowip=192.168.1.*
rpcport=7332
server=1

Every hour (or less) I notice that my miners return "Problem communicating with Bitcoin RPC". I'm 100% certain that I'm hitting the correct i0coin instance, since I've already managed to generate 4 confirmed blocks, and they are now in my wallet.

Killing i0coin.exe and then restarting it seems to fix the issue. Anyone reason as to why this might occur? Right now I have 14 connections, but I had ~52 connections earlier.

Same problem, but running it without -server hasn't helped.  Just stops working after a while (and not long).  Seems very buggy.

I also have a send transaction that refuses to accrue confirmations.  It's not seen on bitparking's end either (and it normally appears immediately there, or at least it recognises how many coins are incoming).


Not a great success.  Back to BTC Smiley
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August 17, 2011, 04:50:02 AM
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Although I understand the reasoning, the 500+ confirmation for deposits on the exchange is kind of a bother Sad

It's down under 300 now. And that's like 7-8 minutes.
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August 17, 2011, 04:58:18 AM
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there will be another ixcoin fork soon enough lol.

yeah, but the more forks you make the less they'll have any chance of being worth anything... it's just like printing off more currency, the only thing that will be worth a damn in the end is btc.

Sure. But in the meantime it's pure entertainment Smiley
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August 17, 2011, 05:07:46 AM
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What is difficult now?
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August 17, 2011, 05:08:52 AM
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yeah an ecrypted wallet.. who the hell wants that... totally lame.
something should have been done and being done on the bitcoin side long while ago, lame indeed.

and faster block times, so transactions go faster.. what kind of improvement is that? I like waiting for 1/2 for my money to get confirmed.
Not entirely convinced faster block generation equate faster confirmation, besides rapid growing block chain size will exacerbate  scalability issue.

and address checks.. where is the fun in that.. it is much more fun to drunkenly send namecoins to someone bitcoin wallet.
Creating a new fork without these 2 lines of code for checking address type is plain ... stupid.

why cant someone actually improve something important, like the color of the client or something like that. Roll Eyes
If that's the boundary of your imagination, I feel sorry for it. How about pruning and consolidating old blocks?  how about faster block download and verification? how about using blocks as an Internet time-keeping tool? how about making the hashing power more useful?  how about allowing transaction expiration to prevent lost coins?

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August 17, 2011, 05:09:07 AM
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What is difficult now?

1024... i think.
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August 17, 2011, 05:14:09 AM
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Trading is already done here.  IXC traded between 0 and 0.01, so people already have in their minds that I0C has a value that straddles 0.005.  It will continue trading in a tight range around 0.005 until buyers get bored and it falls back to something really tiny.   Thanks for the 18 BTC, that was all I could squeeze out of this one.
 

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August 17, 2011, 05:15:32 AM
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Trading is already done here.  IXC traded between 0 and 0.01, so people already have in their minds that I0C has a value that straddles 0.005.  It will continue trading in a tight range around 0.005 until buyers get bored and it falls back to something really tiny.   Thanks for the 18 BTC, that was all I could squeeze out of this one.
 

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August 17, 2011, 05:18:14 AM
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Trading is already done here.  IXC traded between 0 and 0.01, so people already have in their minds that I0C has a value that straddles 0.005.  It will continue trading in a tight range around 0.005 until buyers get bored and it falls back to something really tiny.   Thanks for the 18 BTC, that was all I could squeeze out of this one.
 

Considering i0coins have 3 times the volume of Ixcoins at similar points in time and I0coins actually have some useful features over BTC, I think you're being a bit generous with straddling 0.005.

0.02 will likely be hit. But thanks anyhow for selling low. Smiley

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August 17, 2011, 05:19:45 AM
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Trading is already done here.  IXC traded between 0 and 0.01, so people already have in their minds that I0C has a value that straddles 0.005.  It will continue trading in a tight range around 0.005 until buyers get bored and it falls back to something really tiny.   Thanks for the 18 BTC, that was all I could squeeze out of this one.
 

you assume this is like ixcoin which was a get btc quick scheme, with some 400+ ghash mining on I0guild i think people haven't even begun trading yet
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