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August 28, 2011, 07:58:26 AM
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A diff would help to make your point.
This is my attempt to break down the solidcoin changes made since the bitcoin version it was based on: https://github.com/doublec/solidcoin

The tag 'solidcoin/v000' is the initial bitcoin release. The tags 'solidcoin/v102' is the current source available for download. There are minor differences due to whitespace changes but this shows the code changes. This might help you identify the 40-50  bug fixes that coinhunter is talking about.

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August 28, 2011, 09:16:55 AM
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could there be an additional variable for the day average (or similar) if that's not too much to ask?
I've added two variables, the high and low price in the last 24 hours. You could maybe find a midpoint between these as an average. There is an 'average' price in the ticker which is a weighted average over the last 24 hours but it has an intermittent bug which can make this lower than the low price for the day. I haven't included this since that'll cause problems with your pricing. When I've fixed that bug I'll add it and let you know.

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August 28, 2011, 09:18:10 AM
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@doublec I'd like to send you a couple of sc where shall I send them?
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August 28, 2011, 09:28:01 AM
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Just used the http://solid.coinb.in wallet to send a donation to @doublec

25.01sc into the wallet

http://solidcoin.whmcr.co.uk/tx/c0a5373bb09f6246dcb49675fee20b869d981f175dad63906e4750a0411f9af0#o1

25.00sc out of the wallet into @doublec's address.

http://solidcoin.whmcr.co.uk/tx/13509113e57961bed8d4505e0aa3a1d8878530ee3a2d40f55dab1b560aae305f#o0

I'm happy with using coinb.in as an ewallet for SC. I won't hold much there though, I think we all learned that lesson.  Roll Eyes

Well done @OutCast3k for getting such a brilliant SC ewallet sorted so quickly!  Grin

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August 28, 2011, 09:36:17 AM
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Just used the http://solid.coinb.in wallet to send a donation to @doublec
Awesome, thanks! And great to see an e-wallet for SC online!
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August 28, 2011, 10:59:45 AM
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    I'm talking about the protocol.  You know, that thing that's actually kind of difficult to change once a blockchain gets established?  What have you done that can't just be released as a modified client for the Bitcoin blockchain?
    All of the changes can't be released as a modified client for the Bitcoin blockchain; doing so would cause a fork in the blockchain which would be a lot more disruptive than simply starting a new one. In particular, the problem with forking the blockchain is that transactions can be carried from one side to the other and this can be used to double-spend bitcoins - once on each side of the fork - and obtain bitcoins that are valid on both sides, guaranteeing that exchanges and e-wallets will be screwed over.

    • Difficulty algorithm aims for 3 minute blocks instead of 10 minute blocks.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Of questionable merit, due to scalability concerns.
    Sounds like a good reason to implement it on a new, smaller network rather than Bitcoin then.

    • Difficulty retargets more often.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essential for an underdog blockchain to survive, but not really relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Difficulty increases limited to +10% per retarget.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essentially an extra subsidy to miners, not relevant for Bitcoin.
    Not relevant to Bitcoin now; it's an open question as to whether it will be in the future. Also, the limited difficulty increases aren't just a subsidy to miners, they're also necessary to stop the difficulty from overshooting wildly. (For some reason they're not just implemented as a simple change to one constant either; the way difficulty increases are calculated is substantially modified.)

    • Block reward changed from 50 to 32.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Irrelevant except for the psychological factor, see also: Ixcoin.
    It was an arbitrary choice when Satoshi made it for Bitcoin and it's still an arbitrary choice now.

    (Also, am I the only person that's more worried about the security implications of their changes to difficulty targetting than anything else?)

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    August 28, 2011, 11:08:33 AM
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    I'm talking about the protocol.  You know, that thing that's actually kind of difficult to change once a blockchain gets established?  What have you done that can't just be released as a modified client for the Bitcoin blockchain?  By my count:

    • Difficulty algorithm aims for 3 minute blocks instead of 10 minute blocks.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Of questionable merit, due to scalability concerns.
    • Difficulty retargets more often.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essential for an underdog blockchain to survive, but not really relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Difficulty increases limited to +10% per retarget.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essentially an extra subsidy to miners, not relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Block reward changed from 50 to 32.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Irrelevant except for the psychological factor, see also: Ixcoin.

    Any other PROTOCOL changes that I missed?  If not, then are these really supposed to be your grand innovations that we're all expected to switch blockchains for?

    For a start many of those things if you look in the code aren't a "constant". I can tell you haven't looked at the code because you would see there is 3 bands of increase, 2%, 6% and 10%. So already you're coming from a ridiculously ignorant position.

    Secondly the majority of the Bitcoin procotol works well, so the majority of the the protocol needs little changing in my mind, but when it comes to the important things I did change them, as small as they may be. They make SolidCoin a resilient network, BETTER than Bitcoin. This isn't subjective.

    Thirdly if you think all that Bitcoin is about is the protocol you probably share the same characteristics as many of the developers, most with their heads in the sand. Where is the ease of use to get grandma using it? Where are the tools to help developers make secure sites so that MyBitcoin.com's aren't happening every second week. Where is the education of the people who are now losing money for others through careless mistakes? Where are the optimizations to the most commonly called APIs? We have sites going up and down like a yoyo as they try to balance a broken program.

    Since I took the Bitcoin source and made SolidCoin there have been "3 commits" to Bitcoin in a week and a half. None adding or fixing anything. Meanwhile hundreds of lines have been added to SolidCoin, 40 or so bugs have been fixed and the network is capable of defending itself against a variety of scenarios Bitcoin cannot. So carry on with your ignorant thoughts if you want to continue coming across as a fool.

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    I'm talking about the protocol.  You know, that thing that's actually kind of difficult to change once a blockchain gets established?  What have you done that can't just be released as a modified client for the Bitcoin blockchain?  By my count:

    • Difficulty algorithm aims for 3 minute blocks instead of 10 minute blocks.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Of questionable merit, due to scalability concerns.
    • Difficulty retargets more often.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essential for an underdog blockchain to survive, but not really relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Difficulty increases limited to +10% per retarget.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essentially an extra subsidy to miners, not relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Block reward changed from 50 to 32.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Irrelevant except for the psychological factor, see also: Ixcoin.

    Any other PROTOCOL changes that I missed?  If not, then are these really supposed to be your grand innovations that we're all expected to switch blockchains for?

    For a start many of those things if you look in the code aren't a "constant". I can tell you haven't looked at the code because you would see there is 3 bands of increase, 2%, 6% and 10%. So already you're coming from a ridiculously ignorant position.

    Secondly the majority of the Bitcoin procotol works well, so the majority of the the protocol needs little changing in my mind, but when it comes to the important things I did change them, as small as they may be. They make SolidCoin a resilient network, BETTER than Bitcoin. This isn't subjective.

    Thirdly if you think all that Bitcoin is about is the protocol you probably share the same characteristics as many of the developers, most with their heads in the sand. Where is the ease of use to get grandma using it? Where are the tools to help developers make secure sites so that MyBitcoin.com's aren't happening every second week. Where is the education of the people who are now losing money for others through careless mistakes? Where are the optimizations to the most commonly called APIs? We have sites going up and down like a yoyo as they try to balance a broken program.

    Since I took the Bitcoin source and made SolidCoin there have been "3 commits" to Bitcoin in a week and a half. None adding or fixing anything. Meanwhile hundreds of lines have been added to SolidCoin, 40 or so bugs have been fixed and the network is capable of defending itself against a variety of scenarios Bitcoin cannot. So carry on with your ignorant thoughts if you want to continue coming across as a fool.


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    August 28, 2011, 11:25:28 AM
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    I'm talking about the protocol.  You know, that thing that's actually kind of difficult to change once a blockchain gets established?  What have you done that can't just be released as a modified client for the Bitcoin blockchain?  By my count:

    • Difficulty algorithm aims for 3 minute blocks instead of 10 minute blocks.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Of questionable merit, due to scalability concerns.
    • Difficulty retargets more often.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essential for an underdog blockchain to survive, but not really relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Difficulty increases limited to +10% per retarget.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Essentially an extra subsidy to miners, not relevant for Bitcoin.
    • Block reward changed from 50 to 32.  Achieved by changing one constant.  Irrelevant except for the psychological factor, see also: Ixcoin.

    Any other PROTOCOL changes that I missed?  If not, then are these really supposed to be your grand innovations that we're all expected to switch blockchains for?

    For a start many of those things if you look in the code aren't a "constant". I can tell you haven't looked at the code because you would see there is 3 bands of increase, 2%, 6% and 10%. So already you're coming from a ridiculously ignorant position.


    It seems that now the 6% is applied, and we can see now SC difficulty is a little small, and miner power can't invest in SC as soon as possible. Of course, if somebody push the price of SC to the sky, then miner power will transfer to SC.

    Why not adjust difficulty "in time"? I proposed a retargeting algorithm in https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39794.0, and of course the algorithm can push power investment into the fork one with a zeta power attractive parameter. This "in time" adjustment is fair to everyone, anyone can get one part of the coin if one dives into it, so if you worry to lost one coin and others make one more, just dive into it.



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    August 28, 2011, 11:45:09 AM
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    Solidcoin is a fine fork but the fixed fees part is a BIG mistake. That makes me believe that the founder doesn't really understand Bitcoin or the economic theory behind it at all. The whole point of "unknown", "variable" fees is that the market decides what the fees are and more importantly, the user decides how fast he wants the transfer to go through.

    Of course this whole issue has pretty much no relevance in Bitcoin or Solidcoin at this stage, but in the future it is one critical attribute. I like Solidcoin but I think this attribute will ruin it in the long run compared to Bitcoin. The fees part is perfect in Bitcoin, change it back if possible.

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    August 28, 2011, 11:52:06 AM
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    Solidcoin is a fine fork but the fixed fees part is a BIG mistake. That makes me believe that the founder doesn't really understand Bitcoin or the economic theory behind it at all. The whole point of "unknown", "variable" fees is that the market decides what the fees are and more importantly, the user decides how fast he wants the transfer to go through.

    Of course this whole issue has pretty much no relevance in Bitcoin or Solidcoin at this stage, but in the future it is one critical attribute. I like Solidcoin but I think this attribute will ruin it in the long run compared to Bitcoin. The fees part is perfect in Bitcoin, change it back if possible.

    Considering there is already a minimum fee in the Bitcoin client I'm not sure what you mean in the latter part. SolidCoin's fee's aren't fixed to 0.01 forever. They are merely fixed to a value at a specific time, something which is reasonable for miners yet still very low for people conducting transactions.

    It will be lowered when appropriate, the new SolidCoin api extends a function so that developers can query the fee and know it in advance. This is extremely important. Currently every time you want to send funds in Bitcoin you could get a different fee amount applied, automatically with no say from the developer.

    It is the people that think unknown and variable fees are good , and who support clients which slosh the remainder as a fee that I think don't understand what people actually desire. They desire to know the cost of something prior to doing something rather than getting the bill in the mail after.

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    August 28, 2011, 11:59:59 AM
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    Hi,

    I tweeted about the 5 reasons article hoping for a bounty! 

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    August 28, 2011, 12:17:04 PM
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    Considering there is already a minimum fee in the Bitcoin client I'm not sure what you mean in the latter part. SolidCoin's fee's aren't fixed to 0.01 forever. They are merely fixed to a value at a specific time, something which is reasonable for miners yet still very low for people conducting transactions.

    It will be lowered when appropriate, the new SolidCoin api extends a function so that developers can query the fee and know it in advance. This is extremely important. Currently every time you want to send funds in Bitcoin you could get a different fee amount applied, automatically with no say from the developer.

    It is the people that think unknown and variable fees are good , and who support clients which slosh the remainder as a fee that I think don't understand what people actually desire. They desire to know the cost of something prior to doing something rather than getting the bill in the mail after.
    There is a minimum fee yes, and there's a good reason for that as well, but in the future when profit from mining coins dwindle the profit from the fees will be crucial. And there will be major competition on this. And many different levels of fees which might mean that you can send your money with a non-existent fee and wait for hours or send them with the current widespread fee level to get the transaction to move with the next block.

    What happens with Solidcoin is the worst thing possible, it's implementing a heavy control element in a deregulated, decentralized free market currency. Essentially introducing socialism in it. Because in the future when the profit from Solidcoin mining drops there will only be one fee and there is absolutely no way to have one fee that is acceptable to everyone. You can certainly put a fee that keeps the mining going but when a competitive cryptocurrency has a better fee system where you can actually send your money with far less or non-existent fees (although you would have to wait a bit), Solidcoin is going to perform very badly.

    Only users that are happy with the fee level will continue to use it. And on the other hand if you set a fee that is fine with all users, a lot of miners will quit. This is why Bitcoin has the system it has and any excuses about "unknown variables" are just stupid and implies a low understanding of economics.

    How easy the fee system is for the user depends on how the client is done and how it explains the whole thing to the user. Currently the Bitcoin client is still in its infancy and a regular user can't understand the whole complexity of the fee system but when the issue actually becomes relevant I'm quite sure the Bitcoin end-user tools are on another level. But for Solidcoin there is no choice other than to forget about the fixed fees or become, in the future, inferior to Bitcoin on one major attribute.

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    August 28, 2011, 12:30:03 PM
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    There is a minimum fee yes, and there's a good reason for that as well, but in the future when profit from mining coins dwindle the profit from the fees will be crucial. And there will be major competition on this. And many different levels of fees which might mean that you can send your money with a non-existent fee and wait for hours or send them with the current widespread fee level to get the transaction to move with the next block.

    What happens with Solidcoin is the worst thing possible, it's implementing a heavy control element in a deregulated, decentralized free market currency. Essentially introducing socialism in it. Because in the future when the profit from Solidcoin mining drops there will only be one fee and there is absolutely no way to have one fee that is acceptable to everyone. You can certainly put a fee that keeps the mining going but when a competitive cryptocurrency has a better fee system where you can actually send your money with far less or non-existent fees (although you would have to wait a bit), Solidcoin is going to perform very badly.

    Only users that are happy with the fee level will continue to use it. And on the other hand if you set a fee that is fine with all users, a lot of miners will quit. This is why Bitcoin has the system it has and any excuses about "unknown variables" are just stupid and implies a low understanding of economics.

    How easy the fee system is for the user depends on how the client is done and how it explains the whole thing to the user. Currently the Bitcoin client is still in its infancy and a regular user can't understand the whole complexity of the fee system but when the issue actually becomes relevant I'm quite sure the Bitcoin end-user tools are on another level. But for Solidcoin there is no choice other than to forget about the fixed fees or become, in the future, inferior to Bitcoin on one major attribute.


    Firstly, people are paying $40 fees at the moment to wire stuff around the world. Them paying a cent to transfer any amount within minutes to the other side of the world isn't going to be a problem. The "slow chain" that comes out with the no fee will be competing against the fastest transaction speeds in the world with SolidCoin.

    If anything it is Bitcoin's variable fees which increase due to size of transaction that are more like socialism. The cost to transport 0.01KB vs 0.1KB is miniscule in reality yet big in BTC.

    Please understand that the fees will be balanced appropriately between the need of the network to remain super fast and the need of the users to pay a low amount for that privilege. If you believe FreeSlowCoin is going to take off then by all means start it up and test it out.

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    August 28, 2011, 12:47:46 PM
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    Firstly, people are paying $40 fees at the moment to wire stuff around the world. Them paying a cent to transfer any amount within minutes to the other side of the world isn't going to be a problem. The "slow chain" that comes out with the no fee will be competing against the fastest transaction speeds in the world with SolidCoin.
    What you don't get is that the current fees of the cryptonetworks are nothing compared to what the fees will have to be when the profit from mining coins dwindle. It's certainly going to be cheaper than wires etc. but there will be significant differences that do matter and there will be competition.

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    It's not miniscule if there is a large amount of such transactions in a block. There is no way to know how many you'll have in a block and then calculate fees so there has to be something. In the future there might be A LOT of 0.1KB transactions in one block and they do add up.

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    As I already explained there will be no way possible to balance the needs of the miners and the needs of the users with one fee when there are multiple competitive and similar cryptocurrencies available to use. And the "FreeSlowCoin" is not a different currency, it's already implemented in Bitcoin.

    Bitcoin supports fast (not as fast as Solid, but very fast nonetheless), pretty quick, slower and very slow transactions right off the bat. Currently there is only fast because the fees are pretty much irrelevant but in the future there could be a major difference in speed depending on how big of a fee the user decides to pay. A user with no hurry might decide to pay the nonexistent fees because he doesn't care as long as it's there within 24 hours, and someone else will pay a little more and others will make sure it's in the next block.

    In this situation the cryptos that have started recently are all in the same boat and have been forced to have higher fees in order to keep any miners mining and the "fast transactions" will not be as cheap as they are now, not for anyone. Those who want low fees can only use the variable fee networks such as Bitcoin.

    What network people would use for the quick transactions is a good question, Solidcoin has a long way to go to reach anything near the adoption level of Bitcoin. I can do the same comparison to wire and bank transfers as you did; they truly are the main competitor of cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin is already well known and a hell of a lot faster than them. So we'll see.

    But make no mistake, I like the fork you created and you are a very active developer which is nice. All I'm trying to do is help and explain that in the long run this feature is not good at all.

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    August 28, 2011, 02:37:07 PM
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    Way to dither, delay, and fail reading comprehension and then give a claimed and earned bounty to someone else CoinHunter.
    Classy.  I publicized for you and claimed to well before the bounty ran out.  You appear to be incapable of managing some basic reading comprehension to notice that publicity claims and vendor claims are two separate claims. 
    Admittedly, it's a great way to inspire some negative publicity, if that's what you're after.

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    Way to dither, delay, and fail reading comprehension and then give a claimed and earned bounty to someone else CoinHunter.
    Classy.  I publicized for you and claimed to well before the bounty ran out.  You appear to be incapable of managing some basic reading comprehension to notice that publicity claims and vendor claims are two separate claims. 
    Admittedly, it's a great way to inspire some negative publicity, if that's what you're after.

    Do you have prove? Did you submit it to CoinHunter? Isn't there a way to sort it out with him? Or are you just crying for attention?
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    Can't work it out with the dude if he's not going to answer PMs, which he isn't.
    Front page of funkykit.com, posted when there were still numerous bounties available for publicity, got a reply from him saying he'd read it and asking if I was claiming the promotional bounty.  I said yes, and that was the last I heard from him.

    I figure if he can't resolve it in private or be bothered with PMing me, I might as well drag it out into the open and see what happens.  I certainly don't lose anything from doing so, though an unresponsive promoter doesn't help Solidcoin much.
    There's an old saying about squeaky wheels and such, generally it's even true.  Hence the squeaking.

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    Do you plan to implement fast transactions and basic escrow as proposed by Satoshi?
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    August 28, 2011, 08:27:53 PM
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    Can't work it out with the dude if he's not going to answer PMs, which he isn't.
    Front page of funkykit.com, posted when there were still numerous bounties available for publicity, got a reply from him saying he'd read it and asking if I was claiming the promotional bounty.  I said yes, and that was the last I heard from him.

    I figure if he can't resolve it in private or be bothered with PMing me, I might as well drag it out into the open and see what happens.  I certainly don't lose anything from doing so, though an unresponsive promoter doesn't help Solidcoin much.
    There's an old saying about squeaky wheels and such, generally it's even true.  Hence the squeaking.


    Isn't there a limit to the amount of PM's one can receive in a day. I have no first hand knowledge but I would bet Coinhunter gets a ton of PM's daily, it's possible he just missed it

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