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March 28, 2014, 01:22:58 PM
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

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Can you explain to me how to create a node for the network? Is it just a matter of having a machine dedicated to always being up with the wallet open and then using that IP as a node?
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March 28, 2014, 01:32:31 PM
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We need to be on some exchange ?
So let's make a list
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March 28, 2014, 03:45:27 PM
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

addnode=98.174.25.28

Can you explain to me how to create a node for the network? Is it just a matter of having a machine dedicated to always being up with the wallet open and then using that IP as a node?

It's basically the same as setting up a wallet for solo-mining, except you have to setup port forwarding/NAT so your firewall is allowing incoming connections to whatever P2P port the wallet is running, and you publish your router's external IP address as the node's IP. 

Not the same as the rpcport used for mining - the p2p port is usually one number higher or lower.
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March 28, 2014, 03:52:12 PM
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We need to be on some exchange ?
So let's make a list
Polo
Mintpal
Crypsy
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Go Go . Grin

Up until a few days ago I would have suggested CryptoRush - the BTC required to get to the top of their voting list is significantly lower than most other exchanges.  However, after the events transpiring there the last few days . . . no thanks.  I don't think they will be around much longer.

CoinedUp would be great, they simply pull highest voted coins from their reddit I think.

Cryptsy, Mintpal would also be fantastic but unfortunately it takes quite a bit of support (and BTC) to get listed there.

For now, I say we concentrate on Poloniex and CoinedUp, but we really should wait until I get the wallet updated to show the new symbol ARR.  I'm pretty confident I can have this ready over the weekend.
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

addnode=98.174.25.28

Can you explain to me how to create a node for the network? Is it just a matter of having a machine dedicated to always being up with the wallet open and then using that IP as a node?

I'm wondering the same thing. I think if thats all it takes is a machine with a wallet on it that is on the correect blockchain the best way to have a dedicated node that is connected all the time is to have a Raspberry Pi machine with a wallet as a node. Rasp Pi's have a low foot print and power consumption to run a wallet. I would be up for dedicating a Rasp Pi as a node. I don't have the programming skills or the compilation skills to build a wallet or an OS for a Pi.

My other concern is people have shared 2 nodes at the moment. I have added these to my conf file and still nothing. My wallet does not sync. Have I properly created my conf file? I think I have. I was successful in creating another .conf file for another faultering coin wallet I have, but then again, I'm not a crypto wizard so I do have my doubts. I had to create my pirate.conf and I'm wondering if I named it correctly for the wallet to see the file. I created my conf file in my Appdata Piratecoin folder and deleted everything except my .dat file. Another concern of mine is the two nodes that have been shared- is there a way to verify these nodes and is there such a thing as a bad node. Can a bad node allow someone to hack my wallet, pc, or other crytpo wallets.

Along with having permanent nodes is to have enough hashing power to prevent a 51% attack. I def do not have this ability. And I don't think relying on pools is enough to prevent this.

Why change the name of the coin. Changing the name for anything other than legal reasons is rediculous. I think if the Pirate Political Party adopts the coin it would be a move in the right direction. Regardless of how altruistic the party is or isn't. The party just needs a media spin doctor to promote their cause in a positive direction.
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March 28, 2014, 04:19:06 PM
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

addnode=98.174.25.28

Can you explain to me how to create a node for the network? Is it just a matter of having a machine dedicated to always being up with the wallet open and then using that IP as a node?

I'm wondering the same thing. I think if thats all it takes is a machine with a wallet on it that is on the correect blockchain the best way to have a dedicated node that is connected all the time is to have a Raspberry Pi machine with a wallet as a node. Rasp Pi's have a low foot print and power consumption to run a wallet. I would be up for dedicating a Rasp Pi as a node. I don't have the programming skills or the compilation skills to build a wallet for a Pi.

My other concern is people have shared 2 nodes at the moment. I have added these to my conf file and still nothing. My wallet does not sync. Have I properly created my conf file? I think I have. I was successful in creating another .conf file for another faultering coin wallet I have, but then again, I'm not a crypto wizard so I do have my doubts. I had to create my pirate.conf and I'm wondering if I named it correctly for the wallet to see the file. I created my conf file in my Appdata Piratecoin folder and deleted everything except my .dat file. Another concern of mine is the two nodes that have been shared- is there a way to verify these nodes and is there such a thing as a bad node. Can a bad node allow someone to hack my wallet, pc, or other crytpo wallets.

Along with having permanent nodes is to have enough hashing power to prevent a 51% attack. I def do not have this ability. And I don't think relying on pools is enough to prevent this.

Why change the name of the coin. Changing the name for anything other than legal reasons is rediculous. I think if the Pirate Political Party adopts the coin it would be a move in the right direction. Regardless of how altruistic the party is or isn't. The party just needs a media spin doctor to promote their cause in a positive direction.

Sounds like you have the conf file in the proper directory (%appdata%\Piratecoin) but the file must be named PirateCoin.conf for the wallet to read it.

No worry about bad nodes being able to hack your wallet.  The only way a node can go "bad" is if there is a fork in the blockchain, and the node ends up syncing up to the wrong blockchain.  There is no possibility of other nodes being able to hack your PC, steal your coins or anything like that.

Your worries about a 51% attack are valid, until the net hashrate comes up significantly this is a real possibility.  However, it requires some specialized skills to implement, not very many people know how to successfully do this.  There's really no reason to do it unless there is significant profit to be made, and I'm pretty sure the people with those skills would probably rather spend their time elsewhere, than a coin only listed on 1 crappy exchange with about $15 per day of trading volume. Cool
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March 28, 2014, 04:36:53 PM
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

addnode=98.174.25.28

Can you explain to me how to create a node for the network? Is it just a matter of having a machine dedicated to always being up with the wallet open and then using that IP as a node?

I'm wondering the same thing. I think if thats all it takes is a machine with a wallet on it that is on the correect blockchain the best way to have a dedicated node that is connected all the time is to have a Raspberry Pi machine with a wallet as a node. Rasp Pi's have a low foot print and power consumption to run a wallet. I would be up for dedicating a Rasp Pi as a node. I don't have the programming skills or the compilation skills to build a wallet for a Pi.

My other concern is people have shared 2 nodes at the moment. I have added these to my conf file and still nothing. My wallet does not sync. Have I properly created my conf file? I think I have. I was successful in creating another .conf file for another faultering coin wallet I have, but then again, I'm not a crypto wizard so I do have my doubts. I had to create my pirate.conf and I'm wondering if I named it correctly for the wallet to see the file. I created my conf file in my Appdata Piratecoin folder and deleted everything except my .dat file. Another concern of mine is the two nodes that have been shared- is there a way to verify these nodes and is there such a thing as a bad node. Can a bad node allow someone to hack my wallet, pc, or other crytpo wallets.

Along with having permanent nodes is to have enough hashing power to prevent a 51% attack. I def do not have this ability. And I don't think relying on pools is enough to prevent this.

Why change the name of the coin. Changing the name for anything other than legal reasons is rediculous. I think if the Pirate Political Party adopts the coin it would be a move in the right direction. Regardless of how altruistic the party is or isn't. The party just needs a media spin doctor to promote their cause in a positive direction.

Sounds like you have the conf file in the proper directory (%appdata%\Piratecoin) but the file must be named PirateCoin.conf for the wallet to read it.

No worry about bad nodes being able to hack your wallet.  The only way a node can go "bad" is if there is a fork in the blockchain, and the node ends up syncing up to the wrong blockchain.  There is no possibility of other nodes being able to hack your PC, steal your coins or anything like that.

Your worries about a 51% attack are valid, until the net hashrate comes up significantly this is a real possibility.  However, it requires some specialized skills to implement, not very many people know how to successfully do this.  There's really no reason to do it unless there is significant profit to be made, and I'm pretty sure the people with those skills would probably rather spend their time elsewhere, than a coin only listed on 1 crappy exchange with about $15 per day of trading volume. Cool

Thank you. Properly renaming the file worked.  69000 blocks to GO! woohoo!
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March 28, 2014, 04:56:36 PM
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Why change the name of the coin. Changing the name for anything other than legal reasons is rediculous.

Like I said one really can't exclude that legal problems could occur. But I'm no lawyer and don't know if it would be a problem in some countries or even worldwide. (After all it's a global movement)


I think if the Pirate Political Party adopts the coin it would be a move in the right direction. Regardless of how altruistic the party is or isn't. The party just needs a media spin doctor to promote their cause in a positive direction.

I didn't quite get the input on the last part. Could you try being more specific?

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March 28, 2014, 05:12:21 PM
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

addnode=98.174.25.28

Thanks.. the 2 you posted seemed to do the trick. Riddle me this.. why do most all of the new coins coming out have this sync problem? I've got wallets/coins that don't even have a .conf and work just fine. To me it appears to be either sloppy work on the part of the devs or that they just don't know WTF their doing. COMMENTS??

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March 28, 2014, 05:53:46 PM
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has the dev still plans with this coin? seems pretty silent. Undecided
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March 28, 2014, 06:26:08 PM
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has the dev still plans with this coin? seems pretty silent. Undecided
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March 28, 2014, 06:53:11 PM
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New PirateCoin permanent node added:

addnode=98.174.25.28

Thanks.. the 2 you posted seemed to do the trick. Riddle me this.. why do most all of the new coins coming out have this sync problem? I've got wallets/coins that don't even have a .conf and work just fine. To me it appears to be either sloppy work on the part of the devs or that they just don't know WTF their doing. COMMENTS??

That's the reason I think it's unrealistic that the majority of pirate party members would vote on adopting this p2p-network (like some have proposed). Innovation is key I believe else it's just another coin copy (no offense) and holding on to that is something i don't really understand.

has the dev still plans with this coin? seems pretty silent. Undecided

I think it would be best to refer you to page 29 to catch up...

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March 28, 2014, 06:57:46 PM
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Currency too much !

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Currency too much !

Copy Currency way too much !

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March 29, 2014, 12:54:01 AM
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what's the short name of this coin? is it PIR or PTC as it says in the wallet?


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March 29, 2014, 01:06:32 AM
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what's the short name of this coin? is it PIR or PTC as it says in the wallet?

It was PTC at the beginning then it was decided it should be PIR because PTC was already taken but the wallet never got changed even though it was at two exchanges (one down already because of lacking security and the other is not popular and i believe i heared had issues as well) as PIR and now it seems some guys from within the community are setting up social media sites on their own and want to advertise it as ARRR what also already is claimed by bootycoin (which isn't clear if the community wants to adapt this brand, there is a vote pending right now). So it's pretty confusing with all those un-consensus and persons acting on their own calling it mutany or not acting as for the wallet that hasn't got PIR in it etc...

as posted above: I think it would be best to refer you to page 29 to catch up...

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March 29, 2014, 02:33:50 AM
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what's the short name of this coin? is it PIR or PTC as it says in the wallet?
ARR to the moon !

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what's the short name of this coin? is it PIR or PTC as it says in the wallet?
ARR to the moon !

lol then you would have to vote for bootycoin because at least in my opinion it would make us even less credible if we again use a short name already claimed and if we want this p2p network to get bigger that would not mean a good public opinion.

don't you think so too? opinions?

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i vote for booty coin

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March 29, 2014, 12:45:53 PM
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i vote for booty coin

did you see?  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=524408.msg5825634#msg5825634

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