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June 19, 2014, 04:40:13 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.
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June 19, 2014, 05:31:47 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.
sometimes it takes an outsider to see the obvious problem staring in your face Smiley
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June 19, 2014, 05:44:31 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.

EXO probably is not a great coder. He needs a good coder to help him. It seems he is more a crypto architect like BCNext who couldn't make a good software either. Some how, I think EXO might be cunicula. It is a pure guessing.
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June 19, 2014, 05:51:06 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.
sometimes it takes an outsider to see the obvious problem staring in your face Smiley

Maybe, but to me, if you are going to introduce a new crypto, you need to be smart enough to get it working and stable from at least a blockchain level.  Satoshi, BCNext, etc.. accomplished this although their source code was not the prettiest.
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June 19, 2014, 05:55:59 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.

EXO probably is not a great coder. He needs a good coder to help him. It seems he is more a crypto architect like BCNext who couldn't make a good software either. Some how, I think EXO might be cunicula. It is a pure guessing.

Give the dev a chance before judging him. He said the wallet would probably not be ready until well after the IPO, and fixing subtle bugs takes time. If he paid other programmers to help they would have to learn all about his code before starting, which would probably take a lot longer than waiting for him to finish it himself.
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June 19, 2014, 06:00:45 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.

EXO probably is not a great coder. He needs a good coder to help him. It seems he is more a crypto architect like BCNext who couldn't make a good software either. Some how, I think EXO might be cunicula. It is a pure guessing.

Give the dev a chance before judging him. He said the wallet would probably not be ready until well after the IPO, and fixing subtle bugs takes time. If he paid other programmers to help they would have to learn all about his code before starting, which would probably take a lot longer than waiting for him to finish it himself.

Yes, of course, I'm not saying it's a dead project, just that personally I'm worried if the core dev can't release a functional/stable blockchain. 
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June 19, 2014, 06:17:06 PM
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If core devs can't get EXO blockchain functional, and need outside help, I'm worried.

EXO probably is not a great coder. He needs a good coder to help him. It seems he is more a crypto architect like BCNext who couldn't make a good software either. Some how, I think EXO might be cunicula. It is a pure guessing.

Give the dev a chance before judging him. He said the wallet would probably not be ready until well after the IPO, and fixing subtle bugs takes time. If he paid other programmers to help they would have to learn all about his code before starting, which would probably take a lot longer than waiting for him to finish it himself.

Yes, of course, I'm not saying it's a dead project, just that personally I'm worried if the core dev can't release a functional/stable blockchain.  

Qora had a network bug after the release version that caused a major fork. Nxt had serious bugs in the early days. I'm sure any new code base is likely to have subtle network bugs to begin with. Our dev refuses to release until he is certain the client and network are stable despite the pressure from the community. His attitude gives me more confidence in the final product, not less. I'm sure he will fix the bug given time, and release a product vastly more stable than the first releases of Nxt and Qora.
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June 20, 2014, 03:19:34 AM
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i think the ipo percentage should be change to 60-70%.
anyone agree?

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June 20, 2014, 05:47:16 AM
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i think the ipo percentage should be change to 60-70%.
anyone agree?
I dont think so,we need more miners join in the community,that's the best distribution way.

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June 20, 2014, 05:58:47 AM
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please forgive for not reading 200 pages of thread, so-

is it 'launched' yet?

how is 'mining period' defined?

does the beta include the 'mining' period of 6 months?



when will it be on an exchange?

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June 20, 2014, 07:36:00 AM
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please forgive for not reading 200 pages of thread, so-

is it 'launched' yet?

how is 'mining period' defined?

does the beta include the 'mining' period of 6 months?



when will it be on an exchange?



 1. not launched  http://exocoin.org/index.php?s=download
 2.3. read here http://wiki.exocoin.org/index.php?title=Mining
 
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June 20, 2014, 12:59:47 PM
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Maybe, but to me, if you are going to introduce a new crypto, you need to be smart enough to get it working and stable from at least a blockchain level.  Satoshi, BCNext, etc.. accomplished this although their source code was not the prettiest.

How can you say stuff like this when you're well aware that we needed to download the chain from Dropbox in order to have a chance to stay synced in the beginning stages of Nxt?!?!?   Shocked

So...  should BCNext have said no to Jean-Luc???   Roll Eyes


Note:  Just to be clear...  I am not saying that the eXo devs are not capable of finding a solution.

Yesterday the NXT stopped because of similar error:
https://nxtforum.org/general-discussion/is-the-chain-healthy/msg49729/#msg49729

We will give more time to dev.

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June 20, 2014, 01:56:08 PM
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Interesting approach.  Grin We code something but we dont know how it works and why it fails  Cry
it is no funny at all, but you said subtly Grin

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June 20, 2014, 02:09:04 PM
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June 20, 2014, 02:11:03 PM
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I'm really wondering what you are doing DEV??

You have more then 200 BTC from investments.

-You still didn't launch the coin.
-No represantive website
-No good marketing plan.
-Still not hired people to do this kind of things.

I really support you as an investor of eXo, but I really would like to see this above things starting to speed up and that you hire somebody who can do the marketing and that you pay someone to build a good design and website. You have enough BTC to do this...

Well for the rest keep up the good work with fixing the bugs and I hope you can deliver a good product in each aspect soon, not only the wallet but everything around as well.

Thanks

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June 20, 2014, 02:30:05 PM
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I'm really wondering what you are doing DEV??

You have more then 200 BTC from investments.

-You still didn't launch the coin.
-No represantive website
-No good marketing plan.
-Still not hired people to do this kind of things.

I really support you as an investor of eXo, but I really would like to see this above things starting to speed up and that you hire somebody who can do the marketing and that you pay someone to build a good design and website. You have enough BTC to do this...

Well for the rest keep up the good work with fixing the bugs and I hope you can deliver a good product in each aspect soon, not only the wallet but everything around as well.

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The new logo and the site should come before the release and distribution. And adding eXo in an exchange should come before they start mining.

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June 20, 2014, 02:36:02 PM
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Just a hunch. Can be useful or not.
I remembered something during tests. I clicked intensely. Many times, on the "Generate 10,000 exo" button, to raise the value generated. 
This is a special transaction for test, right? Is it not the cause of the bug?
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June 20, 2014, 03:56:45 PM
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Just a hunch. Can be useful or not.
I remembered something during tests. I clicked intensely. Many times, on the "Generate 10,000 exo" button, to raise the value generated.  
This is a special transaction for test, right? Is it not the cause of the bug?


it is a known bug that large blocks are difficult to transfer between clients in blockchain, i think they are fixing this.

i remember a recent beta where the chain worked fine for days till big blocks were made.
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June 20, 2014, 05:54:53 PM
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still working on the bug.
As for the chain async: The chains seems to be at any time 100% the same on all nodes. They "only" generate a different hash checksum from time to time (but then *all* are generating different results). So all transactions ever made should be in all chains on all nodes anyway. The bug is not that big as you might think.
 Latest test showed that running a testnet without any initiated transactions does not reproduce the issue. So it can only be linked to initiated transactions or to (re)connects of peers.
Secondly, we would not had offered a "public review" / external input. However, many people would like to have that and, additionally, the bug is quite old without major progress, so we can understand that you want to have the final breakthrough on that issue. Anyway we try to solve it till the end of the weekend, as stated.
Let's just wait till we have finished our review of the code of the CTransaction, CBlock and CChain code parts. A professional external review of everything would take too much time. That is not an option for us.

Thirdly, we do want to finish the product first (well finish in terms of having a solid, working client) before marketing, website and so on. There is enough time after that have been done.

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Last edit: June 20, 2014, 08:46:37 PM by mrvegad
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Look at ntp and the block sizes should be the same size,  nodes should also use ping to show that they are responding.

if there are no txs then why does it need to create blocks?
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