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February 21, 2014, 10:12:55 AM
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So u think we have to sell now before people realise the bug ?

i have 50 million , what should i do ? keep or dump

I'll be selling as soon as I'm able. Price on Mintpal is going up, hopefully they won't realise there was a problem Cheesy

Do not sell:) MRC will be just like Mintcoin price soon.
Bug will be fixed. Do not get FUD in your mind.
Stay calm and stay tuned, hold and wait few days, better sell at 10-12 than sell at 5  Cool
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February 21, 2014, 10:17:52 AM
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So u think we have to sell now before people realise the bug ?

i have 50 million , what should i do ? keep or dump

none of the above use it to buy my 7950 vapor x!!! atleast if the coin crashed you'll still have a nice gpu  Wink

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February 21, 2014, 10:23:57 AM
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Kernel.cpp Line 20

// Hard checkpoints of stake modifiers to ensure they are deterministic
static std::map<int, unsigned int> mapStakeModifierCheckpoints =
    boost::assign::map_list_of
    ( 0, 0x0e00670bu )
   ( 124000, 0xe791f02cu )
    
    ;

It looks like block 124000 is looking for 0xa4251ce5b54ee576 but got 0xe791f02cu in checkpoints array.



I was also looking into this ...
My understanding is that the second checkpoint (124000) should not be set at all yet.

It was most probably in the coin MRC was cloned from, because this coin already went over block 124000. But the value is probably valid for this coin blockchain, not for MRC.

Anyone can confirm ?

EDIT1: anyway, it clearly is not required also because proof-of-stake is not enabled yet in MRC ... it should kick in only after one full year (60*60*24*365 seconds, as stated in main.cpp)

EDIT2: the 124000 value does not come from the PPC code (they have other checkpoints for the proof of stake, but not this one). From which coin was MRC cloned ? This value most probably comes from that ancestor.

MRC comes from TIX. We have found the proof-of-stake checkpoint and removed it. We now face the problem of testing if the problem is fixed or not. This should create a hardfork, but fortunately the fork the older client is on should never be able to go past block 123,999.

Does anyone have any suggestions? We are considering putting the wallet for download and getting pools to use it and see if it works.
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February 21, 2014, 10:26:29 AM
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Kernel.cpp Line 20

// Hard checkpoints of stake modifiers to ensure they are deterministic
static std::map<int, unsigned int> mapStakeModifierCheckpoints =
    boost::assign::map_list_of
    ( 0, 0x0e00670bu )
   ( 124000, 0xe791f02cu )
    
    ;

It looks like block 124000 is looking for 0xa4251ce5b54ee576 but got 0xe791f02cu in checkpoints array.



I was also looking into this ...
My understanding is that the second checkpoint (124000) should not be set at all yet.

It was most probably in the coin MRC was cloned from, because this coin already went over block 124000. But the value is probably valid for this coin blockchain, not for MRC.

Anyone can confirm ?

EDIT1: anyway, it clearly is not required also because proof-of-stake is not enabled yet in MRC ... it should kick in only after one full year (60*60*24*365 seconds, as stated in main.cpp)

EDIT2: the 124000 value does not come from the PPC code (they have other checkpoints for the proof of stake, but not this one). From which coin was MRC cloned ? This value most probably comes from that ancestor.

MRC comes from TIX. We have found the proof-of-stake checkpoint and removed it. We now face the problem of testing if the problem is fixed or not. This should create a hardfork, but fortunately the fork the older client is on should never be able to go past block 123,999.

Does anyone have any suggestions? We are considering putting the wallet for download and getting pools to use it and see if it works.

Put it up for download.  Launch 2.0!
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February 21, 2014, 10:29:37 AM
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Kernel.cpp Line 20

// Hard checkpoints of stake modifiers to ensure they are deterministic
static std::map<int, unsigned int> mapStakeModifierCheckpoints =
    boost::assign::map_list_of
    ( 0, 0x0e00670bu )
   ( 124000, 0xe791f02cu )
    
    ;

It looks like block 124000 is looking for 0xa4251ce5b54ee576 but got 0xe791f02cu in checkpoints array.



I was also looking into this ...
My understanding is that the second checkpoint (124000) should not be set at all yet.

It was most probably in the coin MRC was cloned from, because this coin already went over block 124000. But the value is probably valid for this coin blockchain, not for MRC.

Anyone can confirm ?

EDIT1: anyway, it clearly is not required also because proof-of-stake is not enabled yet in MRC ... it should kick in only after one full year (60*60*24*365 seconds, as stated in main.cpp)

EDIT2: the 124000 value does not come from the PPC code (they have other checkpoints for the proof of stake, but not this one). From which coin was MRC cloned ? This value most probably comes from that ancestor.

MRC comes from TIX. We have found the proof-of-stake checkpoint and removed it. We now face the problem of testing if the problem is fixed or not. This should create a hardfork, but fortunately the fork the older client is on should never be able to go past block 123,999.

Does anyone have any suggestions? We are considering putting the wallet for download and getting pools to use it and see if it works.

I can test it on my pool with my GPU's

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February 21, 2014, 10:32:33 AM
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so atm mining is pointless??

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February 21, 2014, 10:35:28 AM
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so atm mining is pointless??

Yes, until issue is resolved

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February 21, 2014, 10:36:19 AM
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The dump is on at poloniex ....
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February 21, 2014, 10:39:08 AM
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oh god I just bought some MRC in poloniex and transfer is to Mintpal but it always in pending stuts, what can i do?
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February 21, 2014, 10:40:14 AM
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So is there an ETA on this?  It's 2:30 am and I need to get some sleep, but don't want to miss a giant goldrush when the servers come back online.  Maybe you should set the block rewards to 0 for a few hundred blocks, just to get everyone time to get back on?
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February 21, 2014, 10:41:22 AM
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The dump is on at poloniex ....

How so?  Sell prices are still at .00000200, which is near the high for the week
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February 21, 2014, 10:42:34 AM
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The dump is on at poloniex ....

yes dumping has commenced, I have no coins on the exchange all are in my wallet so I cant sell.
yet you can buy some more Smiley

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February 21, 2014, 10:43:05 AM
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So is there an ETA on this?  It's 2:30 am and I need to get some sleep, but don't want to miss a giant goldrush when the servers come back online.  Maybe you should set the block rewards to 0 for a few hundred blocks, just to get everyone time to get back on?

There wont be a gold rush because the diff retargets every block so it could jump from 0 to 4 if all the miners return anyway.

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February 21, 2014, 10:44:43 AM
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I think the idea is that not all miners will return at once, so there will be a period of low difficulty to start with. Hopefully it will come back online while I'm still awake to make up for the 6 hours spent sleeping and mining nothing last night.

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February 21, 2014, 10:45:16 AM
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The dump is on at poloniex ....

yes dumping has commenced, I have no coins on the exchange all are in my wallet so I cant sell.

The bug is identified and easy to correct, a patched version is currently being tested ... no need to dump Smiley Should buy instead Smiley

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February 21, 2014, 10:45:43 AM
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Do NOT PANIC guys  Wink
Just wait, not stupid sell.
MRC will be on coinmarket - look what coinM did with mintcoin price:)
MRC will be above 12 sato at coinM I think.
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February 21, 2014, 10:46:06 AM
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So is there an ETA on this?  It's 2:30 am and I need to get some sleep, but don't want to miss a giant goldrush when the servers come back online.  Maybe you should set the block rewards to 0 for a few hundred blocks, just to get everyone time to get back on?

There wont be a gold rush because the diff retargets every block so it could jump from 0 to 4 if all the miners return anyway.

But they won't return right away is the point.  The hashrate will be 1/10 of what it's been lately because people will not know yet that they can return to the coin.  Massive payouts can generally be expected for the next several hours after it comes back online.
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February 21, 2014, 10:46:11 AM
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The dump is on at poloniex ....

How so?  Sell prices are still at .00000200, which is near the high for the week


buy volume is shutting down so dump is on
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February 21, 2014, 10:47:33 AM
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The dump is on at poloniex ....

yes dumping has commenced, I have no coins on the exchange all are in my wallet so I cant sell.
yet you can buy some more Smiley

lol im actually waiting for ltc to crash on btc-e so I could use it to buy more MRC, only problem is the price of MRC has risen much more then ltc has fallen so im back at point A lol. I was thinking of spending 50ltc for 50Mil MRC just a few days ago but didn't pull the trigger due to increasing block rewards, but I wish I had bought up until this lil prob we're having tonight

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February 21, 2014, 10:55:16 AM
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Please update to the latest microCoin wallet. This update is mandatory and older clients will not work anymore.

Sourcecode:
https://github.com/microcoinsource/microcoin

Windows wallet:
http://www19.zippyshare.com/v/62125419/file.html
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