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August 18, 2011, 02:13:54 PM
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btw guys, what the current difficulty (I don't have the client in daemon mode nor a working linux install so sorry if I'm asking here)...?

diff is now 16384

same as ixcoin btw

I see. Thanks! From the looks of it i0coins are pretty much the same price as ixcoins.

And there are like 3 times more ixcoins that exist than i0coins! lol

Yeh lol..meh I'm tired of these forks..time to go back to good'ol'bitcoin  Grin The one and only, the first.


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August 18, 2011, 02:41:40 PM
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August 18, 2011, 03:23:42 PM
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if you look at ArtForz' posts above it looks more the other way round. if it's true what he writes (and I believe it) he kicked some I0coin wanna-be adpoter ass.  Roll Eyes


And why wouldn't he? 24 Gh was no doubt going to produce tons more i0coins than bitcoins. I hope he sold them quickly when the exchange opened and got a premium price for them.

So far I've made more than 40x the amount of btc from selling the ixcoins that I mined than I would have made mining btc in the same timeframe. Just looking at the wall of GH built up waiting of i0coin to go live told me that I didn't want any part of it for what I was willing to commit to it, and I couldn't be happier with that decision.
In the end I only made a little more than I would have with Bitcoins but it cost me a lot of time. Slow mining software and connection lag teached me the hard way. Of course ArtForz is way ahead with the experience of thousands of solved blocks (and I do not mean any fork).  Wink

It was extremely funny and interesting to see and even take part in the birth of a block chain. I guess any new fork will have even less success unless it adds something really new.




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August 18, 2011, 04:13:02 PM
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Bitcoin Clones ... demoting forum veterans into nitpicking trolls for about a week now.
if you look at ArtForz' posts above it looks more the other way round. if it's true what he writes (and I believe it) he kicked some I0coin wanna-be adpoter ass.  Roll Eyes


And why wouldn't he? 24 Gh was no doubt going to produce tons more i0coins than bitcoins. I hope he sold them quickly when the exchange opened and got a premium price for them.

So far I've made more than 40x the amount of btc from selling the ixcoins that I mined than I would have made mining btc in the same timeframe. Just looking at the wall of GH built up waiting of i0coin to go live told me that I didn't want any part of it for what I was willing to commit to it, and I couldn't be happier with that decision.
In the end I only made a little more than I would have with Bitcoins but it cost me a lot of time. Slow mining software and connection lag teached me the hard way. Of course ArtForz is way ahead with the experience of thousands of solved blocks (and I do not mean any fork).  Wink

It was extremely funny and interesting to see and even take part in the birth of a block chain. I guess any new fork will have even less success unless it adds something really new.





I thought it was an interesting experiment - I wasted a couple of quid, but I got to see how things worked. I started mining on my crap computer which would have been more effort than it was worth with bitcoin. I learnt a lot more about bitcoin with this than I could have done otherwise as a late(ish) adopter.
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August 18, 2011, 04:24:18 PM
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Yeah I think I'm done with Ix/I0coin.  It's not worth it to cash out at these prices now and make maybe 6 or 7 BTC back.  I'll check back next year.

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August 18, 2011, 04:26:34 PM
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Yeah I think I'm done with Ix/I0coin.  It's not worth it to cash out at these prices now and make maybe 6 or 7 BTC back.  I'll check back next year.

Difficulty will drop quickly if miners leave i0coin (1 week interval?) so next week there's another round Wink
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August 18, 2011, 04:27:37 PM
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It was extremely funny and interesting to see and even take part in the birth of a block chain. I guess any new fork will have even less success unless it adds something really new.


Watching these alternative chains launch has helped me to learn a lot about bitcoin.  They also make great 'test' nets in some ways.  

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August 18, 2011, 11:50:13 PM
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Yeh lol..meh I'm tired of these forks..time to go back to good'ol'bitcoin   The one and only, the first

eh thats up to you of course.. but I am racking it in with these volatile new currencies.

Mainly on I0coin as I dont have to worry about some founder dumping all of his coins suddenly and making the price crash.

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Yeh lol..meh I'm tired of these forks..time to go back to good'ol'bitcoin   The one and only, the first

eh thats up to you of course.. but I am racking it in with these volatile new currencies.

Mainly on I0coin as I dont have to worry about some founder dumping all of his coins suddenly and making the price crash.


All the p2p currencies have large holders or founders that could crash the price.

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August 19, 2011, 03:58:12 AM
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Yeh lol..meh I'm tired of these forks..time to go back to good'ol'bitcoin   The one and only, the first

eh thats up to you of course.. but I am racking it in with these volatile new currencies.

Mainly on I0coin as I dont have to worry about some founder dumping all of his coins suddenly and making the price crash.


All the p2p currencies have large holders or founders that could crash the price.

I doubt anyone has more than 100,000 i0coins unlike Thomas having 580k of his ixcoins.

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August 19, 2011, 04:04:06 AM
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It was extremely funny and interesting to see and even take part in the birth of a block chain. I guess any new fork will have even less success unless it adds something really new.


Watching these alternative chains launch has helped me to learn a lot about bitcoin.  They also make great 'test' nets in some ways.  

I learned that what I was hoping to learn wasn't going to happen the way I had hoped. Bitcoin started out in obscurity and grew very slowly for a long time. Since I already knew how to mine solo, getting a client set up and configured was trivial. Grabbing a bunch of blocks early was nice, but when I started getting a bunch of rejects I knew the honeymoon was over, everyone else had finally gotten on to and was outpacing the difficulty. It was like the first 2 years of bitcoin discovery, growth, and explosive expansion compressed into about 4 hours. When you can go from genesis blocks to extracting and selling coins on an exchange in 12-16 hours it gave a bit of perspective, but not really a genuine experience.

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August 19, 2011, 06:57:57 AM
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I doubt anyone has more than 100,000 i0coins unlike Thomas having 580k of his ixcoins.

Difference is, I'd actually rather have 100,000 i0coins than 580,000 ixcoins.

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August 19, 2011, 09:19:13 AM
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I doubt anyone has more than 100,000 i0coins unlike Thomas having 580k of his ixcoins.

Difference is, I'd actually rather have 100,000 i0coins than 580,000 ixcoins.

At current prices you could buy more than 100,000 i0coins with 580,000 ixcoins.
But I think you mean you don't want ixc at all.

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August 19, 2011, 12:54:01 PM
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Released new beta and stable versions of the I0coin client. http://forum.i0coin.org/index.php?topic=2.0 Also released Linux 64 bits version. Enjoy!
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August 19, 2011, 12:58:16 PM
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Released new beta and stable versions of the I0coin client. http://forum.i0coin.org/index.php?topic=2.0 Also released Linux 64 bits version. Enjoy!
Is there a changelog? Or source? The github repository doesn't seem to have been updated.
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August 19, 2011, 01:01:56 PM
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Its the same version as before but compiled again, both versions (beta&stable) includes the source code used to compile on the src folder Smiley

Edit: Oh, and used static libraries instead of shared. Also, if you want to view the changes that i've made on the stable version, you can diff the source with the 0.3.24 version of the main bitcoin client.
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August 20, 2011, 01:37:28 AM
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Its the same version as before but compiled again, both versions (beta&stable) includes the source code used to compile on the src folder Smiley

Edit: Oh, and used static libraries instead of shared. Also, if you want to view the changes that i've made on the stable version, you can diff the source with the 0.3.24 version of the main bitcoin client.
Does this new version work on 64bit linux? I couldn't compiler original build.
I had to run the I0coin server off if my Windows 7 laptop.
Maybe I'm making some newb mistakes.
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August 23, 2011, 09:00:51 PM
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birth and death of a fork. the start is late for a day or so. let's see if it will become a zombie after the retargeting  Cheesy


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August 24, 2011, 12:11:13 AM
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I can't get either the stable or beta client to make connections now. I think the IRC bootstrapping is dead or something. Which sucks because I can't move any i0coin right now if I can't download the blockchain.
Start the client with -addnode= set to an IP address of a known node. Try "-addnode=206.71.179.116" for example.
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August 24, 2011, 11:30:26 PM
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Start the client with -addnode= set to an IP address of a known node. Try "-addnode=206.71.179.116" for example.

I've been having the same problem, and, well, I tried what you just suggested, and get:

$ bin/64/i0coin -addnode=206.71.179.116
i0coin: main.cpp:676: unsigned int GetNextWorkRequired(const CBlockIndex*): Assertion `pindexFirst' failed.
Aborted

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