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July 03, 2019, 05:06:30 AM
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network corrupted, transactions canceled

Why so?

Chain is running just fine as always.

Check yourself: http://chain.citadelplatform.org/#
I checked, that's why I say so
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July 03, 2019, 02:42:19 PM
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Citadel is changing it's hashing algorithm, introducing BlimpHash-B.

Solo-mining, at least for now.

Mandatory update for clients and services:

https://github.com/cntemple/Citadel/releases/tag/new_POW

Once again, I urge those who didn't update yet to do so.

Join us on https://t.me/citadelplatform and share your benchmarks.

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August 20, 2019, 10:14:09 AM
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No work pools - https://miningpoolstats.stream/citadel
Are there compiled binaries for Linux?
and instructions on how to start the pool, which hashing algorithm?
need an example of setting up the pool.

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November 03, 2019, 11:00:26 PM
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No work pools - https://miningpoolstats.stream/citadel
Are there compiled binaries for Linux?
and instructions on how to start the pool, which hashing algorithm?
need an example of setting up the pool.

There aren't pre-compiled binaries for Linux as we assume Linux user is sort of experienced user.

Citadel has been solo mined for some time now, algo is BlimpHash-B, no pools as of now.

Website is also down for maintenance.

 51.15.215.178:55008
 51.15.133.208:55008

are some nodes you can use if you run into sync issues. ( which shouldn't happen if compiled from source )

You can also calculate your earnings on http://chain.citadelplatform.org/#pools calculator.


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November 04, 2019, 06:24:30 AM
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No work pools - https://miningpoolstats.stream/citadel
Are there compiled binaries for Linux?
and instructions on how to start the pool, which hashing algorithm?
need an example of setting up the pool.

There aren't pre-compiled binaries for Linux as we assume Linux user is sort of experienced user.

Citadel has been solo mined for some time now, algo is BlimpHash-B, no pools as of now.

Website is also down for maintenance.

 51.15.215.178:55008
 51.15.133.208:55008

are some nodes you can use if you run into sync issues. ( which shouldn't happen if compiled from source )

You can also calculate your earnings on http://chain.citadelplatform.org/#pools calculator.



News about the project? Smiley
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November 04, 2019, 03:42:12 PM
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How to mine a solo using a gui-wallet?
Or how to mine solo in general, is there an instruction?

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November 08, 2019, 11:13:27 PM
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How to mine a solo using a gui-wallet?
Or how to mine solo in general, is there an instruction?

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How to start mining?

1. Launch command line (CLI) "citadeld.exe" and "citadelwallet.exe"

2. Wait for Citadel daemon to be synced ("SYNCHRONIZED OK")

3. Open Citadelwallet.exe and input "start_mining x" where x is your number of threads.

4. On daemon ( citadeld.exe) input "show_hr" so you can see your mining hashrate.



Next week will be releasing a miner for ARM architecture.




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November 09, 2019, 01:42:10 PM
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managed to start mining. In a daemon, this line is often:
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15:39:38.564664 ERROR An attempt of too deep reorganization: 125471, BLOCK REJECTED
this is normal?
And what are your plans for a coin, a site, new exchanges?

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November 09, 2019, 02:45:59 PM
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managed to start mining. In a daemon, this line is often:
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15:39:38.564664 ERROR An attempt of too deep reorganization: 125471, BLOCK REJECTED
this is normal?
And what are your plans for a coin, a site, new exchanges?

It isn't really an "error" rather just a "log" message, you can just ignore it. Website is down for maintenance though explorer is up on chain.citadelplatform.org.

We also consider Citadel one of the most secure cryptonotes, without flaws on ringct's like several Monero clones or other known issues.

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November 09, 2019, 03:04:06 PM
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managed to start mining. In a daemon, this line is often:
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15:39:38.564664 ERROR An attempt of too deep reorganization: 125471, BLOCK REJECTED
this is normal?
And what are your plans for a coin, a site, new exchanges?

It isn't really an "error" rather just a "log" message, you can just ignore it. Website is down for maintenance though explorer is up on chain.citadelplatform.org.

We also consider Citadel one of the most secure cryptonotes, without flaws on ringct's like several Monero clones or other known issues.

Someone is trying to croak the network and lay blame on u afterwards. This is the principal issue with decentralization: everyone does what they want and everyone could walk away like nothing happened. I would love to impress some control into those who are accustomed to being untamed. I will tame them. True decentralization is years away from now and it will remain this way until masses smarten up.
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November 09, 2019, 03:14:33 PM
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managed to start mining. In a daemon, this line is often:
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15:39:38.564664 ERROR An attempt of too deep reorganization: 125471, BLOCK REJECTED
this is normal?
And what are your plans for a coin, a site, new exchanges?

It isn't really an "error" rather just a "log" message, you can just ignore it. Website is down for maintenance though explorer is up on chain.citadelplatform.org.

We also consider Citadel one of the most secure cryptonotes, without flaws on ringct's like several Monero clones or other known issues.

Someone is trying to croak the network and lay blame on u afterwards. This is the principal issue with decentralization: everyone does what they want and everyone could walk away like nothing happened. I would love to impress some control into those who are accustomed to being untamed. I will tame them. True decentralization is years away from now and it will remain this way until masses smarten up.

You are quite right Tarz, we are years away from true decentralization, eg: most exchanges will only take a coin with a bct announcement ( few exceptions may apply), given bitcointalk has restricted number of users/views it's always impossible to get to everyone even though I agree it's a start, however it illustrates on how it only keeps reaching the same kind of audience ( existing crypto watchers).

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November 10, 2019, 11:42:25 AM
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"Empty" release pushed to github.

https://github.com/cntemple/Citadel/releases/tag/Empty

Updated seed-nodes.
Annoying logger messages removed.

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November 10, 2019, 01:00:49 PM
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Will there be an update of the announcement?
There, many links are out of date.
Are there any development plans?

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November 10, 2019, 02:06:01 PM
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Will there be an update of the announcement?
There, many links are out of date.
Are there any development plans?

Thank you for pointing this out, OP will be updated once possible.

Releases will be made without prior notice.

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December 26, 2019, 06:44:00 AM
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Need a new exchange without KYC.
How about this exchange https://cratex.io ?

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December 26, 2019, 12:32:28 PM
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Need a new exchange without KYC.
How about this exchange https://cratex.io ?


Even if they will be listed in a new exchange, would there be buyers of this coin? I don't think so. Before going to a new exchange, they should have good progress of their platform. Otherwise, the move is futile.
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December 27, 2019, 07:51:11 PM
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New github release: https://github.com/cntemple/Citadel/releases/tag/Empty2

We brough back IPFS to our gui wallet.



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March 02, 2020, 06:29:14 AM
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Need a new exchange without KYC.
How about this exchange https://cratex.io ?


Even if they will be listed in a new exchange, would there be buyers of this coin? I don't think so. Before going to a new exchange, they should have good progress of their platform. Otherwise, the move is futile.
you may be right  as only listed in new exchange doesn't mean that they guaranteed of buyer's. I agree that they have to work hard to make the project to compete with the other crypto projects.
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May 10, 2020, 10:00:37 PM
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We are pleased to announce that CTL is now available to trade KYC free with BTC & LTC market pairs on asymetrex exchange.

BTC https://asymetrex.com/markets/ctlbtc
LTC https://asymetrex.com/markets/ctlltc

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