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September 08, 2018, 11:45:17 PM
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How do we know we can trust your accounting and reporting on costs and output? Who will independently control and oversee your idea’s accounting and operations?
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September 09, 2018, 12:06:30 AM
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incredible project I think with the allocation of funds on each item quite a lot, the sale of coins also offers many bonuses and benefits as well, I also see this idea developed an airdrop program, where I can see the thread about it?
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September 09, 2018, 04:46:37 AM
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[Ryo Currency 'Pie Orbital' 0.3.1.0]

https://i.imgur.com/6ltR9nO.png


  • New RPC calls to enable our new GUI
  • Full support for Unicode on Windows, Russian seeds in particular (пpивeт!)
  • Start of large-scale refactoring withing the daemon to improve its speed
  • For full support of Unicode fonts we advise to use http://cmder.net/ console on Windows.

Automatically updated blockchain download is available at:  https://download.ryo-currency.com/blockchain.raw


Changelog

Bug Fixes
fix invalid memory access #110
fix windows cmd line #108
fix gcc8 compile under linux #101
fix possible infinite loop in tx_pool #100
fix Monero caching bug #86
Wallet fixes #94
Wallet: fix division by zero #104
simplewallet: fix unspend output #103
Windows Internationalization Fixes #99
Implement Windows Unicode APIs #102
Fix lookahead setting on restored wallets #114
fix wrong exit code for --help #90
fix URI parsing #87
fix compile with boost local #84
extent monero_add_library_with_deps #77
fix tests for block reward #75
fix unittest base58 #73
fix gtest MinGW compile (tests) #113
fix broken travis (tests) #93
fix unit tests #88
fix tests #69

Enhancements
Add v5 fork checkpoint #115
add developer pgp-key's #109
Add close wallet rpc call #107
Open wallet on restore #106
Use zram instead of swap for the Raspberry Pi #105
Hash keccak unroll #97
Optimise hashes #96
Add prng self-test #95
Upgrade prng to c++ #92
extent travis CI tests #89
integrate fmt library #71

Misc
CMake rename monero_add_library #81
increase minimal CMake version to 3.1.0 #80
remove address from DNS txt record #72

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September 09, 2018, 05:14:58 AM
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[Ryo Wallet 'Atom' 1.0.0-0.3.1.0]

Overview
  • Next Generation GUI Wallet for Ryo-currency
  • Current release: Atom v1.0.0
  • Daemon version: 'Pie Orbital' 0.3.1.0

Meet the first release of the new, Electron based, Ryo Wallet: Atom v1.0.0. Being the foundation for further development, this initial release already brings several improvements over previous GUI wallet.

This wallet merges the functionality of the Full and LITE wallet into one, and adds a third (default) option to use local + remote node. By default, this will allow you to get started right away, but still download the Ryo blockchain for 100% reliability and anonymity.


Contributors for this release
mosu-forge (gui wallet dev)
fireice-uk (core dev)
psychocrypt (core dev)
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September 12, 2018, 06:29:36 PM
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Hi, I was just on vacation for a longer time and noticed in one of my exchanges I had received some Ryo from a hard fork automatically. Thats very kind from you guys to take care of this! Many coins people lost because they werent there to exchange them, so i really appreciate you did it for us. I will support your project and love everything about it! If you need any help just post so we can become the #2 privacy coin after Monero, but even #3 or #4 or #5 would be fine, and maybe some day #1 haha. Nice work! I do think projects like this will boom HARD in the coming months and years because the storage of value is so much better than some token-garbage. Thanks! Hope you guys are DRIVEN and loving your work for this coin!
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September 13, 2018, 04:32:32 AM
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A great project received much praise from everyone. I will follow the project. Smiley Smiley
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September 16, 2018, 05:45:48 PM
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SoloPool.org - profitable solo mining pools. We support a lot of coins on different algorithms. Ethash, Equihash and CryptoNight.

Our pools have already found more than 700.000 blocks!

Solo Mining Pool for RyoCurrency - https://ryo.solopool.org/

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September 17, 2018, 01:52:20 AM
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[Ryo Wallet 'Atom' 1.0.0-0.3.1.0]

Overview
  • Next Generation GUI Wallet for Ryo-currency
  • Current release: Atom v1.0.0
  • Daemon version: 'Pie Orbital' 0.3.1.0

Meet the first release of the new, Electron based, Ryo Wallet: Atom v1.0.0. Being the foundation for further development, this initial release already brings several improvements over previous GUI wallet.

This wallet merges the functionality of the Full and LITE wallet into one, and adds a third (default) option to use local + remote node. By default, this will allow you to get started right away, but still download the Ryo blockchain for 100% reliability and anonymity.



Contributors for this release
mosu-forge (gui wallet dev)
fireice-uk (core dev)
psychocrypt (core dev)

I was excited about this release. Unfortunately, it's not working at my end. It seems to hang at "Starting daemon" with the pulsating globe icon. It doesn't even close properly at this point after clicking "X" on the upper right hand corner and then the "EXIT" confirmation; it just hangs at "Closing..." and "X" needs to be clicked again at this point before the window finally closes. Note that I have an existing and current database file at C:\ProgramData\ryo used with the prior RyoGUIWallet v0.3.0.0. Atom should have picked it up where it left off, right?

My wizard settings are all default except for "Local Daemon Only". The images below are screenshots of my settings which shows the default "Advanced Options" and that of the points at which it hangs at "Starting daemon" and "Closing...". Are the default "-1" values under Advance Options valid and normal? Is there something I somehow overlooked to not make it work as expected?







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September 17, 2018, 06:54:54 AM
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Ryo Pool By HeroMiners


Pool Url:  https://ryo.herominers.com/

Payout threshold 1 RYO
Denomination Unit: 0.1 RYO
Payment Interval: 15 minutes
Pool Fee: Just donation method. (0%, %0.5, %0.8 or %1)

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Dedicated Server
Can Mining Directly To Exchange (Integrated,paymentID and subaddress support)
Worker hash rate charts
E-Mail Notification Of Miners Down
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Telegram worker and payment notification bot.
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September 17, 2018, 01:28:14 PM
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I was excited about this release. Unfortunately, it's not working at my end. It seems to hang at "Starting daemon" with the pulsating globe icon. It doesn't even close properly at this point after clicking "X" on the upper right hand corner and then the "EXIT" confirmation; it just hangs at "Closing..." and "X" needs to be clicked again at this point before the window finally closes. Note that I have an existing and current database file at C:\ProgramData\ryo used with the prior RyoGUIWallet v0.3.0.0. Atom should have picked it up where it left off, right?

Hey visdude,

The values of -1 are normal, they just mean no limits imposed. Atom will pick up the old blockchain location.

As to why it is not starting, at that point Atom is trying to start the daemon and waiting for RPC to respond. Can you try running manually ryod.exe bundled with Atom (C:\Program Files\ryo\RyoWallet\resources\bin) or check if windows firewall is blocking it at all?
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September 18, 2018, 04:57:16 AM
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I was excited about this release. Unfortunately, it's not working at my end. It seems to hang at "Starting daemon" with the pulsating globe icon. It doesn't even close properly at this point after clicking "X" on the upper right hand corner and then the "EXIT" confirmation; it just hangs at "Closing..." and "X" needs to be clicked again at this point before the window finally closes. Note that I have an existing and current database file at C:\ProgramData\ryo used with the prior RyoGUIWallet v0.3.0.0. Atom should have picked it up where it left off, right?

Hey visdude,

The values of -1 are normal, they just mean no limits imposed. Atom will pick up the old blockchain location.

As to why it is not starting, at that point Atom is trying to start the daemon and waiting for RPC to respond. Can you try running manually ryod.exe bundled with Atom (C:\Program Files\ryo\RyoWallet\resources\bin) or check if windows firewall is blocking it at all?

Thanks for the timely reply, mosu_forge.

Windows Firewall is off as I am using a different AV/firewall and there is no issue there. However, ryod seems to bomb out.




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Never mind. I got it. It needs to be run as admin. Is it best practice to restore the wallet from seed in Atom instead of just importing the one from the prior version for proper registration of wallet file in the appropriate folder?


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September 18, 2018, 01:59:35 PM
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Thanks for the timely reply, mosu_forge.

Windows Firewall is off as I am using a different AV/firewall and there is no issue there. However, ryod seems to bomb out.

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Never mind. I got it. It needs to be run as admin. Is it best practice to restore the wallet from seed in Atom instead of just importing the one from the prior version for proper registration of wallet file in the appropriate folder?

I have no idea why some people need to run ryod.exe as admin on windows, I never have. If it bothers you, I would check the directory permissions on C:\ProgramData\ryo.

[EDIT] You could also move C:\ProgramData\ryo to somewhere else since the new GUI has the option to select a location, if for some reason you can't change permissions in C:\ProgramData, but then make sure to use the --data-dir argument anytime you run ryod.exe manually if you do that. [/EDIT]

The best practice is to import the old wallet, using the import from legacy gui feature will be the easiest. The reason it is best to import instead of restoring from seed is that Atom utilizes more information from the wallet cache file than the old GUI wallet, so it shows things like who you sent funds to, which was never available in the old wallet, and will be lost if you restore from seed.
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September 19, 2018, 03:00:41 AM
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Thanks for the timely reply, mosu_forge.

Windows Firewall is off as I am using a different AV/firewall and there is no issue there. However, ryod seems to bomb out.

[img omitted]

Edit:

Never mind. I got it. It needs to be run as admin. Is it best practice to restore the wallet from seed in Atom instead of just importing the one from the prior version for proper registration of wallet file in the appropriate folder?

I have no idea why some people need to run ryod.exe as admin on windows, I never have. If it bothers you, I would check the directory permissions on C:\ProgramData\ryo.

[EDIT] You could also move C:\ProgramData\ryo to somewhere else since the new GUI has the option to select a location, if for some reason you can't change permissions in C:\ProgramData, but then make sure to use the --data-dir argument anytime you run ryod.exe manually if you do that. [/EDIT]

The best practice is to import the old wallet, using the import from legacy gui feature will be the easiest. The reason it is best to import instead of restoring from seed is that Atom utilizes more information from the wallet cache file than the old GUI wallet, so it shows things like who you sent funds to, which was never available in the old wallet, and will be lost if you restore from seed.

It's not that I purposely ran it as admin. I ran ryod.exe manually per your suggestion (presumably to test/troubleshoot my issue) but as I stated earlier, it bombs out. So I tried running it as admin just to see what happens and that seems to solve my issue. It doesn't bother me at all. I just turned on "Run as administrator" in Atom.exe's shortcut properties and everything is peachy. I have no idea why Windows would require admin permission on some apps and doesn't for others.

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September 21, 2018, 04:00:32 PM
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It's not that I purposely ran it as admin. I ran ryod.exe manually per your suggestion (presumably to test/troubleshoot my issue) but as I stated earlier, it bombs out. So I tried running it as admin just to see what happens and that seems to solve my issue. It doesn't bother me at all. I just turned on "Run as administrator" in Atom.exe's shortcut properties and everything is peachy. I have no idea why Windows would require admin permission on some apps and doesn't for others.

If I were to take a guess why this happens, the first time you ran Ryo (either ryod.exe or the old wallet) it was run as administrator, and thus the file permissions of C:\ProgramData\ryo are set to admin. I'll try to replicate that next time I'm building the wallet. Anyway, good to know that fixes it for you, and will keep that in mind if other users have issues with it.

I'm open to feed back with Atom, if you have any  Wink I know we talked earlier in this thread about features that could be added to the old GUI before we decided to scrap it.
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September 21, 2018, 10:08:00 PM
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It's not that I purposely ran it as admin. I ran ryod.exe manually per your suggestion (presumably to test/troubleshoot my issue) but as I stated earlier, it bombs out. So I tried running it as admin just to see what happens and that seems to solve my issue. It doesn't bother me at all. I just turned on "Run as administrator" in Atom.exe's shortcut properties and everything is peachy. I have no idea why Windows would require admin permission on some apps and doesn't for others.

If I were to take a guess why this happens, the first time you ran Ryo (either ryod.exe or the old wallet) it was run as administrator, and thus the file permissions of C:\ProgramData\ryo are set to admin. I'll try to replicate that next time I'm building the wallet. Anyway, good to know that fixes it for you, and will keep that in mind if other users have issues with it.

I'm open to feed back with Atom, if you have any  Wink I know we talked earlier in this thread about features that could be added to the old GUI before we decided to scrap it.

I don't remember doing that nor do I do it as a habit/routine. I just learned from experience to run as admin first and foremost if a program bombs out in Windows before trying any other troubleshooting procedures.

Anyway, off the top of my head, the main item on my feature wish list that I enumerated earlier on this thread is the cold-view only/offline signing wallet feature to further secure funds. Also, please bring back "dark theme" (hopefully in the next point release); much easier on the old eyes. Smiley

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BTW, Atom looks great! Detailed syncing percentages info at the bottom is a very nice touch.

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