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January 29, 2014, 11:29:48 AM
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wallet link isnt working for me... it keeps hanging on that MEGA loading circle Tongue

tried chrome and internet explorer and firefox...

May i suggest a google link 2?  Wink
uploaded it to my dropbox too..
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I will use your link oke?

sure...or we upload it somewhere else...

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January 29, 2014, 11:37:45 AM
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wallet link isnt working for me... it keeps hanging on that MEGA loading circle Tongue

tried chrome and internet explorer and firefox...

May i suggest a google link 2?  Wink
uploaded it to my dropbox too..
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http://downftp.e-token.org/etoken-qt.zip
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January 29, 2014, 11:44:41 AM
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Love to see that diff is working and etoken is still hard to mine  Cool
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January 29, 2014, 11:54:18 AM
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wallet link isnt working for me... it keeps hanging on that MEGA loading circle Tongue

tried chrome and internet explorer and firefox...

May i suggest a google link 2?  Wink
uploaded it to my dropbox too..
https[Suspicious link removed]

I will use your link oke?

sure...or we upload it somewhere else...

http://downftp.e-token.org/etoken-qt.zip

You have access to the FTP of that subdomain. Also to the rest?

Edit i just see you have

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January 29, 2014, 11:56:44 AM
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e-token.org is retaken Wink

now redirect on e-token.info

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dev back and supporting coin?
i don't think he'll, just retook some accounts.

He did mention it  Smiley
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January 29, 2014, 11:57:45 AM
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e-token.org is retaken Wink

now redirect on e-token.info

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i don't think he'll, just retook some accounts.

He did mention it  Smiley

You are right Cheesy I just read it wrong.  Grin Thats why i got a extra twitter acount lol. Well does't matter :-) @etokencoin is a good one Cheesy

Great  Grin

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January 29, 2014, 12:03:17 PM
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Is this retake, dev account will support and retook! Cheesy
Problem was but retook dev is new!  Grin  This so much and will go beyond! Cool
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January 29, 2014, 12:19:05 PM
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if you wanna lobby properly, at least post this Etoken Retaken thread url with your coinmarket.io requests, as stated in coinmarket suggestion thread Wink
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January 29, 2014, 12:23:16 PM
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I have two questions.

1) How do you prevent transactions from/to old "bank"?
2) Is anyone besides digiraha finding blocks?
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January 29, 2014, 12:26:09 PM
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well done  Cool

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January 29, 2014, 12:31:20 PM
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I have two questions.

1) How do you prevent transactions from/to old "bank"?
2) Is anyone besides digiraha finding blocks?

1 - 100k block blacklist is in the new source
https://github.com/digiraha/etoken/blob/master/src/blockedinputs.cpp

2 - No since 99% of miners are there for now. Expect some to migrate if digiraha gets a downtime but not especially before  Grin
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January 29, 2014, 12:43:56 PM
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I have two questions.

1) How do you prevent transactions from/to old "bank"?
2) Is anyone besides digiraha finding blocks?

1 - blacklisted adresses are hardcoded in the new source
2 - No since 99% of miners are there for now. Expect some to migrate if digiraha gets a downtime but not especially before  Grin

1) That's what I was afraid. It's done by 'isBankInput' function, right? You just run this on every transaction. You might probably know that this is a HUGE performance issue. I was wondering why the new client reqiures so much compute power... Smiley

2) I did some solo mining on my linux box and found a block but that just crashed the client:
2014-01-29 12:54:45,198 INFO template_registry # Yay, share with diff above 100000
2014-01-29 12:54:45,199 INFO template_registry # We found a block candidate! 00000000355cee72d59b041e843acaf27                           22d0e072a4090f96eca5bf0f7843328
2014-01-29 12:54:46,200 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:51,201 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:56,205 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
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.
.

When compiling the client I get a couple of warnings. The original client had no warnings. Example:
db/db_impl.cc: In member function âvirtual bool leveldb::DBImpl::GetProperty(const leveldb::Slice&, std::string*)â:
db/db_impl.cc:1347:33: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions [-Wsign-compare]


I then tried to run the test suite on the code. Result:
*** 402 failures detected in test suite "eToken Test Suite"

So I suspect the client might not be 100% stable...
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January 29, 2014, 12:58:42 PM
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I have two questions.

1) How do you prevent transactions from/to old "bank"?
2) Is anyone besides digiraha finding blocks?

1 - blacklisted adresses are hardcoded in the new source
2 - No since 99% of miners are there for now. Expect some to migrate if digiraha gets a downtime but not especially before  Grin

1) That's what I was afraid. It's done by 'isBankInput' function, right? You just run this on every transaction. You might probably know that this is a HUGE performance issue. I was wondering why the new client reqiures so much compute power... Smiley

2) I did some solo mining on my linux box and found a block but that just crashed the client:
2014-01-29 12:54:45,198 INFO template_registry # Yay, share with diff above 100000
2014-01-29 12:54:45,199 INFO template_registry # We found a block candidate! 00000000355cee72d59b041e843acaf27                           22d0e072a4090f96eca5bf0f7843328
2014-01-29 12:54:46,200 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:51,201 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:56,205 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
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When compiling the client I get a couple of warnings. The original client had no warnings. Example:
db/db_impl.cc: In member function âvirtual bool leveldb::DBImpl::GetProperty(const leveldb::Slice&, std::string*)â:
db/db_impl.cc:1347:33: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions [-Wsign-compare]


I then tried to run the test suite on the code. Result:
*** 402 failures detected in test suite "eToken Test Suite"

So I suspect the client might not be 100% stable...


On point 1. When its just being running i got arround the same resources as the preminecoin (yeh lol). Did not really notice it when making a transacion. Can keep a eye on that.

On point 2. Better ask murkanovic  Grin

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January 29, 2014, 01:13:32 PM
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We do need to get some other pools finding blocks. Just put my miner to http://etok.smartmining.net/


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January 29, 2014, 01:15:41 PM
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I have two questions.

1) How do you prevent transactions from/to old "bank"?
2) Is anyone besides digiraha finding blocks?

1 - blacklisted adresses are hardcoded in the new source
2 - No since 99% of miners are there for now. Expect some to migrate if digiraha gets a downtime but not especially before  Grin

1) That's what I was afraid. It's done by 'isBankInput' function, right? You just run this on every transaction. You might probably know that this is a HUGE performance issue. I was wondering why the new client reqiures so much compute power... Smiley

2) I did some solo mining on my linux box and found a block but that just crashed the client:
2014-01-29 12:54:45,198 INFO template_registry # Yay, share with diff above 100000
2014-01-29 12:54:45,199 INFO template_registry # We found a block candidate! 00000000355cee72d59b041e843acaf27                           22d0e072a4090f96eca5bf0f7843328
2014-01-29 12:54:46,200 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:51,201 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:56,205 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
.
.
.

When compiling the client I get a couple of warnings. The original client had no warnings. Example:
db/db_impl.cc: In member function âvirtual bool leveldb::DBImpl::GetProperty(const leveldb::Slice&, std::string*)â:
db/db_impl.cc:1347:33: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions [-Wsign-compare]


I then tried to run the test suite on the code. Result:
*** 402 failures detected in test suite "eToken Test Suite"

So I suspect the client might not be 100% stable...


On point 1. When its just being running i got arround the same resources as the preminecoin (yeh lol). Did not really notice it when making a transacion. Can keep a eye on that.

On point 2. Better ask murkanovic  Grin

1) I don't mind, and I'm not mining anymore. Was just curious. Maybe my findings can help improve the coin, since I still like it. Smiley

2) murkanovic, did you run the test suite?
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January 29, 2014, 01:17:08 PM
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there's zero noticeable difference indeed in running that unless you use a CPU from previous century at least  Grin
the deamon will still take you between 0.00 and 0.01% CPU ressources on common intel dual/quadcores (i3/I5), so yeah you have a damn insane margin before it becomes a problem even with the slowest celeron...

so much "compute power"... Even my lightweight midori browser must use 50x more...  Tongue

edit : and zero problem/warning to compile on ubuntu either


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January 29, 2014, 01:18:04 PM
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I have two questions.

1) How do you prevent transactions from/to old "bank"?
2) Is anyone besides digiraha finding blocks?

1 - blacklisted adresses are hardcoded in the new source
2 - No since 99% of miners are there for now. Expect some to migrate if digiraha gets a downtime but not especially before  Grin

1) That's what I was afraid. It's done by 'isBankInput' function, right? You just run this on every transaction. You might probably know that this is a HUGE performance issue. I was wondering why the new client reqiures so much compute power... Smiley

2) I did some solo mining on my linux box and found a block but that just crashed the client:
2014-01-29 12:54:45,198 INFO template_registry # Yay, share with diff above 100000
2014-01-29 12:54:45,199 INFO template_registry # We found a block candidate! 00000000355cee72d59b041e843acaf27                           22d0e072a4090f96eca5bf0f7843328
2014-01-29 12:54:46,200 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:51,201 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
2014-01-29 12:54:56,205 ERROR bitcoin_rpc_manager # Problem with Pool 0 -- NO ALTERNATE POOLS!!!
.
.
.

When compiling the client I get a couple of warnings. The original client had no warnings. Example:
db/db_impl.cc: In member function âvirtual bool leveldb::DBImpl::GetProperty(const leveldb::Slice&, std::string*)â:
db/db_impl.cc:1347:33: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions [-Wsign-compare]


I then tried to run the test suite on the code. Result:
*** 402 failures detected in test suite "eToken Test Suite"

So I suspect the client might not be 100% stable...


On point 1. When its just being running i got arround the same resources as the preminecoin (yeh lol). Did not really notice it when making a transacion. Can keep a eye on that.

On point 2. Better ask murkanovic  Grin
It compiled without errors or warnings for me on linux.
And in db_impl.cc was nothing changed. Last change there was from original dev 22 days ago. See here:
https://github.com/digiraha/etoken/tree/master/src/leveldb/db

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January 29, 2014, 01:33:42 PM
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Changed some info on the main page


Latest news: e-token.org will host services around eTOK and altcoins. e-token.info is the official info site for eToken.


how about that  Grin

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January 29, 2014, 01:45:38 PM
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so lemme think. The first dev waited for the fix and now is back ? He let others fix it , while keeping some of his premine ? Hmm...
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January 29, 2014, 01:54:36 PM
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doesn't say anything about how they got hold of e-token.org.
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