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Author Topic: [ANN][DASH] Dash (dash.org) | First Self-Funding Self-Governing Crypto Currency  (Read 9635708 times)
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March 15, 2014, 05:22:10 PM
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how do you defend against attackers who try to DOS by requesting to be part of a joined transaction but then fail to sign off on the transaction? This is the big problem with coinjoin that prevents it from scaling well. have you guys solved it somehow?
There is a penalty for leaving the connection before the darksend completes.

And how does that work?

You put up a collateral transaction that only the current master node can cash to get into the pool. If you misbehave in any way, the master node will cash it. Each time that costs 0.1DRK, so it could add up pretty quick if you're attacking it.

Masternode's are chosen randomly using a deterministic algorithm that can't be tampered with. This has a nice side effect, people will want to run full nodes to get the random fees. So we should have a pretty strong base of nodes.

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March 15, 2014, 05:29:49 PM
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current block number is 34092
hard fork remain 48 blocks(at 34140)
hard fork remain 120 minutes( ~ 1 block = 2.5 min)


http://darkcoin.mine.nu/graph.html
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March 15, 2014, 05:33:31 PM
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current block number is 34092
hard fork remain 48 blocks(at 34140)
hard fork remain 120 minutes( ~ 1 block = 2.5 min)


http://darkcoin.mine.nu/graph.html


Looks like these 2 have not updated.

Code:
213.229.88.102:7903 6.1 days 0% 101.3% 50.8MH/s 17 134ms United Kingdom 502de55-dirty
q30.qhor.net:7903 6.9 days 1% 99.0% 33.2MH/s 8 161ms Germany 502de55-dirty

Hopefully the admins do it quick. Don't know about the private nodes.
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March 15, 2014, 05:35:49 PM
Last edit: March 15, 2014, 07:17:36 PM by chaeplin
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current block number is 34092
hard fork remain 48 blocks(at 34140)
hard fork remain 120 minutes( ~ 1 block = 2.5 min)


http://darkcoin.mine.nu/graph.html


Looks like these 2 have not updated.

Code:
213.229.88.102:7903 6.1 days 0% 101.3% 50.8MH/s 17 134ms United Kingdom 502de55-dirty
q30.qhor.net:7903 6.9 days 1% 99.0% 33.2MH/s 8 161ms Germany 502de55-dirty

Hopefully the admins do it quick. Don't know about the private nodes.

p2pool node update is not necessary.
darkcoind udate needed.


Code:
2014-03-15 16:45:06 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9/ : accepted 92293039266fd324ee202b13cf80bd9b73e56394839c2143bb4ef8acc74c4a6b (poolsz 6)
2014-03-15 16:46:59 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9/ : accepted 204d860ec66125245c0feaabb482a716da71ed08616ee2493ecb0e608c2aed94 (poolsz 2)
2014-03-15 16:47:03 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9/ : accepted 1732ed2e311ec3cdbb80bf6b6d7aecec64f4df22e612d38234bd8a3705a9ce8b (poolsz 5)
2014-03-15 17:00:00 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9/ : accepted 91baa5774a3b586142ea9c0c1540a3aa1ada8940e12ec1c83f3372d339789770 (poolsz 3)
2014-03-15 17:01:06 disconnecting node 213.229.88.102
2014-03-15 17:01:13 trying connection 213.229.88.102 lastseen=0.0hrs
2014-03-15 17:01:14 connected 213.229.88.102
2014-03-15 17:01:14 send version message: version 70002, blocks=34081, us=112.175.123.82:9999, them=213.229.88.102:9999, peer=213.229.88.102:9999
2014-03-15 17:01:14 receive version message: /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/: version 70002, blocks=34081, us=112.175.123.82:62261, them=213.229.88.102:9999, peer=213.229.88.102:9999
2014-03-15 17:01:15 Added 257 addresses from 213.229.88.102: 14 tried, 7308 new
2014-03-15 17:01:16 Added 288 addresses from 213.229.88.102: 14 tried, 7308 new
2014-03-15 17:01:16 Added 30 addresses from 213.229.88.102: 14 tried, 7307 new
2014-03-15 17:06:59 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/ : accepted 12d4a22c701e6963f0a8a54f038402c47f50caf41abdfb4ac3fbe42e87fce154 (poolsz 5)
2014-03-15 17:17:58 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/ : accepted 593f98a22b2fae35eb41219bde9d4c3bb96e05e01d0c23bc444c552610a04ef2 (poolsz 2)
2014-03-15 17:18:07 AcceptToMemoryPool: 213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/ : accepted 14fab31e90780751fb65f1ba2c45e1c47d54bb49e1f4c1794a02c94777a3da4b (poolsz 7)

version changed from Satoshi:0.8.9 to Satoshi:0.8.9.2, 2 hours ago.

I think  Satoshi:0.8.9 is no DGW version.


Code:
42.121.58.91:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/
62.141.39.175:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/
76.10.149.29:47691 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/
176.31.117.210:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/
178.63.15.130:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/
213.229.88.102:9999 /Satoshi:0.8.9.2/

q30.qhor.net acked. will be up with in time.
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March 15, 2014, 06:06:38 PM
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how do you defend against attackers who try to DOS by requesting to be part of a joined transaction but then fail to sign off on the transaction? This is the big problem with coinjoin that prevents it from scaling well. have you guys solved it somehow?
There is a penalty for leaving the connection before the darksend completes.

And how does that work?

You put up a collateral transaction that only the current master node can cash to get into the pool. If you misbehave in any way, the master node will cash it. Each time that costs 0.1DRK, so it could add up pretty quick if you're attacking it.

Masternode's are chosen randomly using a deterministic algorithm that can't be tampered with. This has a nice side effect, people will want to run full nodes to get the random fees. So we should have a pretty strong base of nodes.

Nodes could become quite profitable over time.
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March 15, 2014, 06:08:37 PM
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I own some DRK but I am interested in mining it also, do any miners have experience with this over other scrypt coins? How are the temperatures?

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March 15, 2014, 06:17:29 PM
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Oh, and... goofing around...

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March 15, 2014, 06:24:03 PM
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I own some DRK but I am interested in mining it also, do any miners have experience with this over other scrypt coins? How are the temperatures?

temperature and power draw is much smaller. I would say temperatures about 10-30% cooler and power draw at least 30% less

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March 15, 2014, 06:29:19 PM
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any update on when DarkSend is likely to be out of beta?
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March 15, 2014, 06:40:40 PM
Last edit: March 15, 2014, 06:56:01 PM by n00bnoxious
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current block number is 34092
hard fork remain 48 blocks(at 34140)
hard fork remain 120 minutes( ~ 1 block = 2.5 min)


http://darkcoin.mine.nu/graph.html


Looks like these 2 have not updated.

Code:
213.229.88.102:7903 6.1 days 0% 101.3% 50.8MH/s 17 134ms United Kingdom 502de55-dirty
q30.qhor.net:7903 6.9 days 1% 99.0% 33.2MH/s 8 161ms Germany 502de55-dirty

Hopefully the admins do it quick. Don't know about the private nodes.

I'm working on 213.229.88.102 currently. Ridiculous Internet constraints where I am are causing it to be a slower process than I'd hoped, but I am on it - hope to have it done shortly. I'll update here and the thread on Reddit when it's finished. I updated earlier, but turned out I had the wrong tag checked out when I compiled Huh

EDIT: It's up and running on 07c...bf5 now!

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March 15, 2014, 06:51:37 PM
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Hi Evan, we should include a link on the website for the DarkCoin reddit...

Also...which is the  better cpu miner right now...1.2c or the 1.3? tnx

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March 15, 2014, 06:56:35 PM
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Brand awareness is a very important aspect in marketing ! I think it's a good idea to brand whatever is possible.
What about Dark PoW?

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March 15, 2014, 07:28:26 PM
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Already darkcoin forks popping up, if darkcoin wants to be a success there has to be more innovation ^^.

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March 15, 2014, 07:33:32 PM
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Already darkcoin forks popping up, if darkcoin wants to be a success there has to be more innovation ^^.

More innovation? You mean like the DGW, that was implemented literally a few minutes ago?
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March 15, 2014, 07:35:14 PM
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current block number is 34141
hard fork remain -1 blocks(at 34140)
hard fork remain -2.5 minutes( ~ 1 block = 2.5 min)
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March 15, 2014, 07:36:15 PM
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Already darkcoin forks popping up, if darkcoin wants to be a success there has to be more innovation ^^.

More innovation? You mean like the DGW, that was implemented literally a few minutes ago?

DarkCoin "forks" popping up that don't contain DGW or DarkSend....

More like Litecoin forks with scientific hashing.  Cheesy

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March 15, 2014, 07:36:47 PM
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Already darkcoin forks popping up, if darkcoin wants to be a success there has to be more innovation ^^.

More innovation? You mean like the DGW, that was implemented literally a few minutes ago?

Yes, darkcoin has good potential but innovations have to keep coming, otherwise others will do.


PS: my P2P node at stratum+tcp://62.141.39.175:7903  is updated in just a minute

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March 15, 2014, 07:39:21 PM
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Already darkcoin forks popping up, if darkcoin wants to be a success there has to be more innovation ^^.

More innovation? You mean like the DGW, that was implemented literally a few minutes ago?

DarkCoin "forks" popping up that don't contain DGW or DarkSend....

More like Litecoin forks with scientific hashing.  Cheesy

AS i sayd, i think darkcoin took a great track, but it has to sustain. There is a very good reason im here now Wink, and its the only alt crypto i ever recognized as worth my time .

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March 15, 2014, 07:45:15 PM
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Mac OS X Client 0.9 update available:

DarkCoin Mac OS X Client 0.9   (updated 15th March 2014)

link = http://ubuntuone.com/6xeoIG9OvyNIVQMYDDOKaS

mirror = https://www.mediafire.com/?7swr6wpy5yb99iq

zip md5 = 20999f3434c3997ae30d88e0d37a9e61

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March 15, 2014, 07:45:39 PM
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Hard Fork Ahead, v9.0.0! Dark Gravity Wave goes into effect on block 34140 (Saturaday about 1PM).

I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly.

This implementation also fixes all known exploits with KGW, so no more 10k+ difficulty blocks out of nowhere.

Here's the commit if you're interested:

https://github.com/evan82/darkcoin/commit/07c99052edc617975cdcbe4482e02c52e2d1fbf5

To update, just download one of these:

Source: http://www.github.com/evan82/darkcoin
Windows QT: http://www.darkcoin.io/downloads/darkcoin-qt.exe
Ubuntu QT: http://www.darkcoin.io/downloads/darkcoin-qt
Ubuntu Daemon: http://www.darkcoin.io/downloads/darkcoind

I'll start messaging all of the pool operators, exchanges and everything. Thanks!

** Edit: Apparently the block explorer isn't updating and I calculated the target block using that, so it's a day sooner. Sorry about that **
wow nice feature...  Angry

I can not check all coins for hard forks twice a day, so if you really ever plan to hard fork again and dont want to see this fail please give pool operators a fair chance to notice prior hard fork appears. thanks.

please confirm my daemon is on the correct chain:

a@q:~/darkcoin-0.9/src$ ./darkcoind getblockcount
34146
a@q:~/darkcoin-0.9/src$ ./darkcoind getblockhash 34146
00000000005670c28cbd15569061464b9ade0dcd52aac046dd90d62675f782a0
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