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January 27, 2014, 07:20:05 PM
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and CPU mining is not efficient!

I thought the blockchain is stored on each harddrive where the client is running? Can't you find all the blocks and transaction there, too?
Why do you have to go through the website?

wallet adress?

#2100 , #2200 are same person, lol

*LOL* If I won some PMC by hitting those post numbers then feel free to donate it to the faucet or for block rewards ... it's OK Smiley
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January 27, 2014, 07:42:04 PM
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wallet adress?

#2100 , #2200 are same person, lol

*LOL* If I won some PMC by hitting those post numbers then feel free to donate it to the faucet or for block rewards ... it's OK Smiley

ok, sent to faucet...

Absolutely free Premines!

Keep this faucet alive by donating PMC to 1PFZDyfixDkzLof2iNzfLW2SF2Tnb15Mz7

Status: 0/unconfirmed, broadcast through 19 nodes
Date: 27.1.2014 21:39
To: 1PFZDyfixDkzLof2iNzfLW2SF2Tnb15Mz7
Debit: -5.00 PMC
Transaction fee: -0.50 PMC
Net amount: -5.50 PMC
Transaction ID: f4943a4fe5840100813f946d1346d877f6bafddd6eeb93f2ba368e698c117877

Status: 0/unconfirmed, broadcast through 21 nodes
Date: 27.1.2014 21:41
To: 1PFZDyfixDkzLof2iNzfLW2SF2Tnb15Mz7
Debit: -5.00 PMC
Transaction fee: -0.50 PMC
Net amount: -5.50 PMC
Transaction ID: d8629d3b1d6015c6ef9337be1a0fccfa17fbf27244b580c400d1a6aafebd50bc
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January 27, 2014, 07:46:10 PM
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Getting no block source available.

Anyone got a list of nodes to add to config file?

addnode=65.167.153.125
addnode=65.167.153.115
addnode=121.225.42.140
addnode=94.181.204.14
addnode=71.219.29.209
addnode=111.199.157.124
addnode=74.212.45.71
addnode=207.216.187.231
addnode=173.230.139.214


Thanks, had actually added those already and they didn;t work, I added them manually through the console instead and that worked for some reason.
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January 27, 2014, 07:47:32 PM
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http://faucet.premineco.in/


is loaded - spread the word.


Exchange BTC/PMC https://poloniex.com/exchange

Exchange LTC/PMC https://freshmarket.co.in/index.php?page=trade&market=120
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January 27, 2014, 07:49:02 PM
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Suggestion: Release bootstrapped client or a client that connects directly top a hosted blockchain somewhere, more people will download and install.

When promoting a new altcoin it is a huge advantage to not have to download the blockchain, for people like me with many wallets that can eat up loads of hard drive space. Seeing as all blocks are mined, is there much need for everyone to have a local blockchain?
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January 27, 2014, 08:17:48 PM
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Is this down for anyone else?

http://cryptexplorer.com/

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It works!

This is the default web page for this server.

The web server software is running but no content has been added, yet.

This is just unworkable.

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January 27, 2014, 08:34:54 PM
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Those are my orders at Poloniex, dump dump dumppppppppppppppppppppp!  Grin
No Tongue

Bear says WUUUT?  Grin

More of those at http://imgur.com/gallery/ntcjK (yes, it is Japanese stuff!)

DO NOT SEND DEVELOPER ANY COINS FOR DISTRIBUTION, THIS COIN WON'T WORK!

It is funny how you now want to send money towards this coin. And even try to push the price down to get more. But a few days ago this coin was worth zero to you. It will be interesting to see how much you will value it after one month.

To his credit I believe he was expecting me to sell the coins as some kind of an IPO.

That and also at that time coin was supposed to be using fixed difficulty, it would be a dissaster to do that one way or another
unless one can create such a system where network just don't care if you submit block too early (for example in under 55 seconds)
but also halves or drops difficulty down to 1 in case of block taking too long (for example over 65 seconds). Something like that
will be the cryptocoin of the future or at least the most "green" one. The way all coins work now is just horrible, all it takes to
increase inflation is to add considerable hashrate! Add 10 times more hashrate to Bitcoin and there you go, inflation up by 1000%
until 1st difficulty change and then 250% until 2nd difficulty change (max diff multiplier is 4). Have quantum computer with almost
unlimited speed? Well, all BTC would be mined in under a week, I guess.

Bitcoin, Litecoin and all other guys are playing with fire. None of those coins have protection from block flood or "no rain" seasion.
All it takes to do massive damage to those coins is to take care of few major pools, e.g. few humans. Given that almost everyone
do not have local Bitcoin node and mining setup for solo mining you can easily imagine what would happen in case described above.

As soon as some cryptocoin arrives that takes reality into equation I'll move all my online wealth there. All this coins made by geeks
just can't survive even minor real world threats.

Buy NXT then...

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January 27, 2014, 08:48:34 PM
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As soon as some cryptocoin arrives that takes reality into equation I'll move all my online wealth there. All this coins made by geeks
just can't survive even minor real world threats.

Buy NXT then...

I have invested into NXT a bit (will put more money but not at this prices) and opted for not keeping coins (boring) but reserving
aliases. One will always be able to get coins but aliases are "once taken, always taken" unless person is ready to pay a shitload
of coins to buy alias from me.  Cheesy

http://87.230.14.1/nxt/nxt.cgi?action=4000&acc=18384674354580664306

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January 27, 2014, 09:17:36 PM
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As it stands I need some way to download all the information I need about the blockchain then process it that way. cryptoexplorer blocked me because I was accessing too many pages, so if I keep attempting to try and get it working I won't have a blockchain explorer to use at all.

The API is just too underdeveloped for me to get the information I need. I could possibly try emailing the admins and seeing if I can get some sort of offline xml database dump to work with, but that's not really practical either.

Really need to find an easy way to read the blockchain.

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January 27, 2014, 09:30:08 PM
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As it stands I need some way to download all the information I need about the blockchain then process it that way. cryptoexplorer blocked me because I was accessing too many pages, so if I keep attempting to try and get it working I won't have a blockchain explorer to use at all.

The API is just too underdeveloped for me to get the information I need. I could possibly try emailing the admins and seeing if I can get some sort of offline xml database dump to work with, but that's not really practical either.

Really need to find an easy way to read the blockchain.

I have no idea about coding, but would it be possible to take an open-source bitcoin blockchain browser ( https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Abe ) and tweak it so it works for pre-mine. Then get the info from that?
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January 27, 2014, 09:31:41 PM
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As it stands I need some way to download all the information I need about the blockchain then process it that way. cryptoexplorer blocked me because I was accessing too many pages, so if I keep attempting to try and get it working I won't have a blockchain explorer to use at all.

The API is just too underdeveloped for me to get the information I need. I could possibly try emailing the admins and seeing if I can get some sort of offline xml database dump to work with, but that's not really practical either.

Really need to find an easy way to read the blockchain.

I asked that before but maybe it disappeared under all the posts. Why can't you use the blockchain from your local wallet? Can't you "read" and "scan" it?  I thought that each wallet has the whole blockchain saved on the local harddrive?


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January 27, 2014, 09:34:38 PM
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As it stands I need some way to download all the information I need about the blockchain then process it that way. cryptoexplorer blocked me because I was accessing too many pages, so if I keep attempting to try and get it working I won't have a blockchain explorer to use at all.

The API is just too underdeveloped for me to get the information I need. I could possibly try emailing the admins and seeing if I can get some sort of offline xml database dump to work with, but that's not really practical either.

Really need to find an easy way to read the blockchain.

I asked that before but maybe it disappeared under all the posts. Why can't you use the blockchain from your local wallet? Can't you "read" and "scan" it?  I thought that each wallet has the whole blockchain saved on the local harddrive?




if I remember correctly crypto use berkeleydb for the blockchain local storage, you should be able to browse that with different technologies stacks, there libraries for that . this one looks to be an explorer for it https://github.com/jutky/Berkeley-DB-Explorer with a gui in java but you'll have to understand the schema in it (which I never dig into) but usually the daemon offers an API intended for that abstraction.
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January 27, 2014, 09:38:25 PM
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As it stands I need some way to download all the information I need about the blockchain then process it that way. cryptoexplorer blocked me because I was accessing too many pages, so if I keep attempting to try and get it working I won't have a blockchain explorer to use at all.

The API is just too underdeveloped for me to get the information I need. I could possibly try emailing the admins and seeing if I can get some sort of offline xml database dump to work with, but that's not really practical either.

Really need to find an easy way to read the blockchain.

I asked that before but maybe it disappeared under all the posts. Why can't you use the blockchain from your local wallet? Can't you "read" and "scan" it?  I thought that each wallet has the whole blockchain saved on the local harddrive?




Yes, this is possible but significantly more work. Also the time it would take me to use a library to parse the blockchain depends highly on the language. I will look into it, though.
As it stands I need some way to download all the information I need about the blockchain then process it that way. cryptoexplorer blocked me because I was accessing too many pages, so if I keep attempting to try and get it working I won't have a blockchain explorer to use at all.

The API is just too underdeveloped for me to get the information I need. I could possibly try emailing the admins and seeing if I can get some sort of offline xml database dump to work with, but that's not really practical either.

Really need to find an easy way to read the blockchain.

I asked that before but maybe it disappeared under all the posts. Why can't you use the blockchain from your local wallet? Can't you "read" and "scan" it?  I thought that each wallet has the whole blockchain saved on the local harddrive?




if I remember correctly crypto use berkeleydb for the blockchain local storage, you should be able to browse that with different technologies stacks, there libraries for that . this one looks to be an explorer for it https://github.com/jutky/Berkeley-DB-Explorer with a gui in java but you'll have to understand the schema in it (which I never dig into) but usually the daemon offers an API intended for that abstraction.

I'll look into it, thanks.

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January 27, 2014, 09:50:49 PM
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Just an experiment:

I'm selling domain names DogePal.com and WorldCoiner.com

PM me offers in Premine!

I'll be paying forward almost all of it in the Spanish giveaway I'm running.


First and last bump, still no offers in PMC.

PM me any offers you have.

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January 27, 2014, 09:52:40 PM
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if I remember correctly crypto use berkeleydb for the blockchain local storage, you should be able to browse that with different technologies stacks, there libraries for that . this one looks to be an explorer for it https://github.com/jutky/Berkeley-DB-Explorer with a gui in java but you'll have to understand the schema in it (which I never dig into) but usually the daemon offers an API intended for that abstraction.

It seems to me PMC uses LevelDB, the same one Bitcoin is using at the moment. BerkeleyDB had multiple issues and it was slow
so Bitcoin devs switched to different database with version 0.8+

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January 27, 2014, 10:31:22 PM
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if I remember correctly crypto use berkeleydb for the blockchain local storage, you should be able to browse that with different technologies stacks, there libraries for that . this one looks to be an explorer for it https://github.com/jutky/Berkeley-DB-Explorer with a gui in java but you'll have to understand the schema in it (which I never dig into) but usually the daemon offers an API intended for that abstraction.

It seems to me PMC uses LevelDB, the same one Bitcoin is using at the moment. BerkeleyDB had multiple issues and it was slow
so Bitcoin devs switched to different database with version 0.8+

It is LevelDB yes. Sorry, I'm late to respond - at work.

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January 27, 2014, 10:33:32 PM
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Well, I suppose if it were easy, everyone would be doing it, right? I'll do my research and see what needs to be done. It's just a pity the blockexplorer sites aren't more flexible. It's not that I can't get the data from them. It's that they don't like me hitting so many pages.

All it needs is some downloadable xml for a few mb, and I'd be done.

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January 27, 2014, 10:39:39 PM
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Well, I suppose if it were easy, everyone would be doing it, right? I'll do my research and see what needs to be done. It's just a pity the blockexplorer sites aren't more flexible. It's not that I can't get the data from them. It's that they don't like me hitting so many pages.

All it needs is some downloadable xml for a few mb, and I'd be done.

If it helps, be aware you can pass RPC calls directly to your wallet. Perhaps going between the script and the wallet would be far easier than script to block explorer API.

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January 27, 2014, 10:47:07 PM
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Well, I suppose if it were easy, everyone would be doing it, right? I'll do my research and see what needs to be done. It's just a pity the blockexplorer sites aren't more flexible. It's not that I can't get the data from them. It's that they don't like me hitting so many pages.

All it needs is some downloadable xml for a few mb, and I'd be done.

If it helps, be aware you can pass RPC calls directly to your wallet. Perhaps going between the script and the wallet would be far easier than script to block explorer API.


Yes, someone suggested I do that, and it would be a far easier method of submitting payments. That will be much easier than retrieving the data I need from online explorers. Unless I can pull it from RPC calls, of course. This seems like the best place for me to start.

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January 27, 2014, 11:13:59 PM
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Just an experiment:

I'm selling domain names DogePal.com and WorldCoiner.com

PM me offers in Premine!

I'll be paying forward almost all of it in the Spanish giveaway I'm running.


First and last bump, still no offers in PMC.

PM me any offers you have.


offer : 1PMC for WorldCoiner
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