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August 25, 2011, 08:48:49 PM
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Looks like Solidcoin has surged by 20% in less than 15 minutes,lol.

Sweet it is almost at 0.01 BTC already

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August 25, 2011, 08:58:08 PM
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Looks like Solidcoin has surged by 20% in less than 15 minutes,lol.

Sweet it is almost at 0.01 BTC already

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August 25, 2011, 09:35:04 PM
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0.017 btc/sc
Interesting. Very interesting.  Wink

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August 25, 2011, 09:40:42 PM
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The linux downloads at http://solidcoin.info only contain links to the solidcoind daemon, the full client is not there.
The sources for the full client do not compile under linux...

So, effectively there is no solidcoin client for linux available.

Also, when you create tar's, zip's, ect, never have them extract their contents into the current path. It's common courtesy to have everything uncompress into a sub folder so you don't tar bomb someones home directory.


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Cant be compiled in Gentoo nor in Kubuntu. Please, use a sub folder with version number in your zip's 

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August 25, 2011, 10:07:53 PM
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Too rich for me.  I'm out @ .014XXXXX.  If it gets back down to the .007 range, I'll be back in though.

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August 26, 2011, 01:03:49 AM
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The sources for the full client do not compile under linux...
It builds fine for me on linux. Make sure you build and install wxwidgets-2.9.2 with no options disabled. SolidCoin uses a feature that bitcoin doesn't.
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August 26, 2011, 01:26:02 AM
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I must say I am very very intrigued by how this is all playing out.

Can the CoinHunter give us more details on whether there is a team or just one person behind Solidcoin?
What is Solidcoins attitude towards Bitcoins?
How were the changes made to original Bitcoins source code, and what lead to you the changes that have been made in the solidcoin client.

It is also interesting that you made the amount much smaller than Bitcoins in order to somehow "beat it" out of it's value. I will be watching  Smiley.

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August 26, 2011, 01:56:16 AM
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Kill all the keylogger processes? Turn off the keylogger? Really, a keylogger could steal your bank password as well, so turn those things off.

lol I suspect he was just testing his own security :-D  Hoping I guess that somehow a keylogger wouldn't pick up his info.

Oh btw... do keyloggers just catch the keycode or do they catch the character?  The reason I ask is if someone used say one of the DVORAK layouts or that other semi-big one, I know it would be tough to ramp up for just this purpose, but would it be any safer? since as I recall the key codes don't change just the interpretation of them changes.  So a DVORAK typer could have his password key logged, but it would be complete jibberish on the other end unless they used other keyboard layout formats to test against, not that that would be very hard mind you...

Keyloggers catch scancodes and the text as it comes out say (WM_CHAR) . The good ones also log screenshots around the mouse on clicks to catch visual password entering. The best thing to do is make sure your system is clean because once something is on it they are capable of getting anything.

^ used to work in anti-virus industry. Smiley

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August 26, 2011, 03:51:30 AM
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Just a question, what is the current difficulty of SC? Or how do I check it through the Client? Thanks!

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August 26, 2011, 03:52:28 AM
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What does the solidcoin network do differently to reduce latency and how does this scale better than bitcoin? Otherwise 3 minutes is provably less secure than 10 minutes by orders of magnitude.

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August 26, 2011, 04:52:22 AM
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I just want to know what is the generation curve in solidcoin?
Could you please draw and provide the generation curves for SC, ix, i0, namecoin and bitcoin?
Thanks in advance!


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August 26, 2011, 05:14:59 AM
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The sources for the full client do not compile under linux...
It builds fine for me on linux. Make sure you build and install wxwidgets-2.9.2 with no options disabled. SolidCoin uses a feature that bitcoin doesn't.

In other words, "Debian users, get lost." That automatically means not only will I not be running SolidCoin, but none of the Linux users I know personally will...

This fork seemed rather interesting until I decided to try it and promptly hit that issue.

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August 26, 2011, 05:15:59 AM
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This fork seemed rather interesting until I decided to try it and promptly hit that issue.
Correct me if I'm wrong but bitcoin uses wxwidgets-2.9 as well.
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August 26, 2011, 05:21:35 AM
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This fork seemed rather interesting until I decided to try it and promptly hit that issue.
Correct me if I'm wrong but bitcoin uses wxwidgets-2.9 as well.

It may have that statically linked in the distributed binary, but there's only a server version precompiled for Linux for SolidCoin... If I want to directly interact with it I have to compile from source.

Which happens to be something that would waste most of a day if I have to go track down that many version dependencies to build the absolute latest version of wxWidgets.

To say nothing of the potential conflict annoyances I get with how many of the distribution packages then need to be overridden.

If he's going to make the package extremely time-consuming and difficult to self-compile on a very commonly used distribution, he shouldn't be refusing to give binaries for it...

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August 26, 2011, 05:56:05 AM
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This fork seemed rather interesting until I decided to try it and promptly hit that issue.
Correct me if I'm wrong but bitcoin uses wxwidgets-2.9 as well.

It may have that statically linked in the distributed binary, but there's only a server version precompiled for Linux for SolidCoin... If I want to directly interact with it I have to compile from source.

Which happens to be something that would waste most of a day if I have to go track down that many version dependencies to build the absolute latest version of wxWidgets.

To say nothing of the potential conflict annoyances I get with how many of the distribution packages then need to be overridden.

If he's going to make the package extremely time-consuming and difficult to self-compile on a very commonly used distribution, he shouldn't be refusing to give binaries for it...

He is refusing?

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August 26, 2011, 06:09:52 AM
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If he's going to make the package extremely time-consuming and difficult to self-compile on a very commonly used distribution, he shouldn't be refusing to give binaries for it...

He is refusing?

Poor word choice on my part. "Neglecting" would likely be more accurate.

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August 26, 2011, 06:25:02 AM
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Dont worry, updated binaries are coming soon.  Cool

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August 26, 2011, 06:27:05 AM
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Dont worry, updated binaries are coming soon.  Cool

Woot! *crosses fingers*

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August 26, 2011, 07:44:52 AM
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If he's going to make the package extremely time-consuming and difficult to self-compile on a very commonly used distribution, he shouldn't be refusing to give binaries for it...

He is refusing?

Poor word choice on my part. "Neglecting" would likely be more accurate.

"Doesn't know how to" Would be more accurate. It's not realistic to expect one man with no backup to do everything. You lot are using a fork of bitcoin forked by one person who doesn't have the required skill to support all platforms, who doesn't have the support of others should he be unable to continue, or the good will to get the bitcoin core developers on his side because bitcoin is already better in every respect that matters.

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August 26, 2011, 08:29:29 AM
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This looks really promising. I like the shorter time for blocks. I'm just wondering if it is still a hinderance to businesses adopting it (Visa/MC is instantaneous). And I like that the difficulty adjusts quicker.

Also after installing the client and running it, I had to wait for it to download 20K+ blocks. New users are gonna be going WTF? Is there a way to maybe periodically distribute with the block chain, or would that create a security risk?


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