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April 17, 2014, 03:58:33 AM
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500 RIC to a working block explorer that can search by address (please note that this is my personal fund and not the foundation's fund. Not using the foundation fund recklessly so do not worry Cheesy).

This seems like something the coin really needs now that there's at least one entity (the foundation) receiving payments via RIC for purposes other than holding/mining/trading.

I'll augment this bounty - an additional 500 RIC to the person that northranger79510 determines has met the requirements for his bounty and that he pays 500 RIC to.

I've pointed user 'fairglu' to this forum, as I think his block explorers (and difficulty charts) look pretty good: http://chainz.cryptoid.info/frq/

It would be great if there was a RIC block explorer that had that sort of look & feel, plus showed the prime tuplets. The block explorer mentioned on the first page that does this often times out for me...

Excellent. Thanks for helping us establish a block explorer.

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April 17, 2014, 04:00:29 AM
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Update on Riecoin development: Finished the faucet for Riecoin. It'll be manual until there is a working block explorer. I am thinking of releasing the faucet, android wallet, and potentially other tools at the same time. What do you guys think?

Also, a member of the community has volunteered to work on block explorer can is scheduled to be completed in 1-2 weeks. Thanks go to this member Cheesy

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April 17, 2014, 04:06:09 AM
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Anybody know what happened to Riecointalk? If its down since no member, anyone know the owner so I can get the code from him to host it?

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April 17, 2014, 04:35:57 AM
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April 17, 2014, 10:40:58 AM
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pre-Announcing (as the blockchain is still synchronizing, and many days behind)


as well as


This is a full-featured explorer, comes with
  • live block updates
  • rich list, wealth distribution chart
  • extraction watch
  • ticker, etc.

If you like it, tips & bounties appreciated at RL9Ldk7EKHBanArEmYznLdGjTZHvazUXjb Wink

You can already visit the links, but as you'll see, it's still many hours from having caught up.

Is there a documentation or API to access the primes mined for each block?

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April 17, 2014, 11:36:47 AM
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pre-Announcing (as the blockchain is still synchronizing, and many days behind)


as well as


This is a full-featured explorer, comes with
  • live block updates
  • rich list, wealth distribution chart
  • extraction watch
  • ticker, etc.

If you like it, tips & bounties appreciated at RL9Ldk7EKHBanArEmYznLdGjTZHvazUXjb Wink

You can already visit the links, but as you'll see, it's still many hours from having caught up.

Is there a documentation or API to access the primes mined for each block?


Great stuff! Thanks for implementing this so quickly.

The links currently point to LGC, not RIC; perhaps you can edit the post and fix these (the quote above is already fixed).

And yes, the slow blockchain verification seems to be a problem. @gatra: are you looking at optimising this? is there any kind of 'hint' that the miner can include in a block that aids verification?


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April 17, 2014, 12:12:51 PM
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The links currently point to LGC, not RIC; perhaps you can edit the post and fix these (the quote above is already fixed).

Copy-paste got me  Tongue
Fixed now.

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April 17, 2014, 01:28:47 PM
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The links currently point to LGC, not RIC; perhaps you can edit the post and fix these (the quote above is already fixed).

Copy-paste got me  Tongue
Fixed now.

For your TODO list - a feature request:  Could you have it show the prime found, as the other block explorer does?  As one of the unique features of Riecoin, it's worth drawing out. Smiley

Also, in your "placeholder" -- you could put "largest prime cluster found" in a suitably-easy-to-understand way.  8*10^105 or something.

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For your TODO list - a feature request:  Could you have it show the prime found, as the other block explorer does?  As one of the unique features of Riecoin, it's worth drawing out. Smiley

Also, in your "placeholder" -- you could put "largest prime cluster found" in a suitably-easy-to-understand way.  8*10^105 or something.

If you know anything that could help fairglu with the following, please pipe up:

Is there a documentation or API to access the primes mined for each block?

Fully agree about making it easy to see information about primes found, as a second step.

Also - the other block explorer (that shows prime information) always seems to be down for me? I managed to access it only once.
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April 17, 2014, 01:57:17 PM
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pre-Announcing (as the blockchain is still synchronizing, and many days behind)



Nice one, fairglu!

I like it very much. On what framework is the block explorer based on?

Cheers

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April 17, 2014, 02:13:42 PM
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Is there a documentation or API to access the primes mined for each block?

This was mentioned on the riecoin forum (http://riecointalk.com/index.php/topic,155.0.html) from ysangkok:

https://github.com/ysangkok/riecoin-tools/blob/master/check_proof_of_work.py

It needs python3, and also pyprimes (which I got from https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyprimes/0.1.1a)

I tried it on a sample block, and it seems to work well:

Code:
$ ./riecoind getblockhash 5458
665779e7e6be97c4887be0888aa04ef97d0c57aaad364afe86586f7eacb571c0

$ ./riecoind getblock 665779e7e6be97c4887be0888aa04ef97d0c57aaad364afe86586f7eacb571c0 |tee block.json
{
    "hash" : "665779e7e6be97c4887be0888aa04ef97d0c57aaad364afe86586f7eacb571c0",
    "confirmations" : 11141,
    "size" : 2264,
    "height" : 5458,
    "version" : 2,
    "merkleroot" : "684eb76b5ced5c9e184ac9d0ebb688c455f9d00c73e6864f2ee55d2c6063c3a3",
    "tx" : [
        "53d9bf77c86c677a2673beff6f6ad85ad61c51058ce49d55f03d72442a0c933b",
        "c77933c4a29903f3fb4c7b8fc99983b3670fa46bb8c548ba7d344f103b2c5b93",
        "fd78581e64f01f0275a2fdd1ee82b252c39ea3239ce85164d8672a1d198fcf61",
        "602a181c2743e76905f235e70bb0f5c77641fa9d2d6886e8048e13d55ca0ccc3",
        "9674d756173f88e79d52b8351c0387bbaa06f80513eb1a0dc09ce200f8719cfa",
        "8bb0f825b4553d1cfcc73432c1f7254c95ad8c876f6fb67323528c9328b1d7a4",
        "fea575298d03331784d22af9c9a9e3bab508efde3f4ac525cb8e12be78bad6a3",
        "6aabba9439283f526a203a588cae8f8bc0bdbdce8cbd6f45a18b4f92e9931853",
        "2779e3c69ddbbb321e382d8e4c7ac1c78d561e2c80dd47046ee7e7b63c8f3102",
        "aaf5305f88a0b66cdb3fa8047be3db9a0619cc5e3b04302ce8ea1ccca90d8d79"
    ],
    "time" : 1392664297,
    "nOffset" : "000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002e1485c5",
    "bits" : "02050700",
    "difficulty" : 1287.00000000,
    "previousblockhash" : "54a31d9a7dd3decad3558c696545813dc526930522da3ab1c66a2d79e022032e",
    "nextblockhash" : "e990d45ed3959ca7408428bd69ce65bc1dbb5db3716a06f1aa69a008879a6997"
}

$ python3 check.py < block.json
reading from stdin...
n+16 = 1334656945670861685087189004279355096556643175386369847252222788981787336160029220812058251600868303459404188372030790420997603624833360477534340578333753347368751063432622277543577809254060824492331386102298235490362312463269849493893533583258387267212352852342907309838103907962292228307867594563278772213935053196416292968574021278522837777894144424317305654928159815068909900307662293
n+12 = 1334656945670861685087189004279355096556643175386369847252222788981787336160029220812058251600868303459404188372030790420997603624833360477534340578333753347368751063432622277543577809254060824492331386102298235490362312463269849493893533583258387267212352852342907309838103907962292228307867594563278772213935053196416292968574021278522837777894144424317305654928159815068909900307662289
n+10 = 1334656945670861685087189004279355096556643175386369847252222788981787336160029220812058251600868303459404188372030790420997603624833360477534340578333753347368751063432622277543577809254060824492331386102298235490362312463269849493893533583258387267212352852342907309838103907962292228307867594563278772213935053196416292968574021278522837777894144424317305654928159815068909900307662287
n+6 = 1334656945670861685087189004279355096556643175386369847252222788981787336160029220812058251600868303459404188372030790420997603624833360477534340578333753347368751063432622277543577809254060824492331386102298235490362312463269849493893533583258387267212352852342907309838103907962292228307867594563278772213935053196416292968574021278522837777894144424317305654928159815068909900307662283
n+4 = 1334656945670861685087189004279355096556643175386369847252222788981787336160029220812058251600868303459404188372030790420997603624833360477534340578333753347368751063432622277543577809254060824492331386102298235490362312463269849493893533583258387267212352852342907309838103907962292228307867594563278772213935053196416292968574021278522837777894144424317305654928159815068909900307662281
n+0 = 1334656945670861685087189004279355096556643175386369847252222788981787336160029220812058251600868303459404188372030790420997603624833360477534340578333753347368751063432622277543577809254060824492331386102298235490362312463269849493893533583258387267212352852342907309838103907962292228307867594563278772213935053196416292968574021278522837777894144424317305654928159815068909900307662277

An API call within the client itself would be nice though!
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April 17, 2014, 03:30:19 PM
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I like it very much. On what framework is the block explorer based on?

Thansk! It's using DWScript & vanilla Bootstrap, with SQLite as back-end db.


Doesn't seem to work here, I'm getting a syntax error line 101 (Python 3.2.3) :/

An API call within the client itself would be nice though!
Definitely!

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April 17, 2014, 03:38:06 PM
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Hmmm, blockchain explorer is currently stuck on block 26246, which has a single transaction, f16662cadd50ccf58b585938a25810913acb05f6adaf05ab9cbdc3f84c9ab688, which has the following single vout:

Code:
     "scriptPubKey": {
             "asm": "7692969 OP_BOOLOR [error]",
             "hex": "03a962759b44e46e064da089240f13c2c9da959816e71bba7a2a0f46ed1e8d82e9",
             "type": "nonstandard"
      }

Anyone knows what's up?

The block crawler also goes banana when looking at it.

I could just tell the explorer to ignore it and go ahead, but that sounds wrong

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April 17, 2014, 07:37:40 PM
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pre-Announcing (as the blockchain is still synchronizing, and many days behind)


as well as


This is a full-featured explorer, comes with
  • live block updates
  • rich list, wealth distribution chart
  • extraction watch
  • ticker, etc.

If you like it, tips & bounties appreciated at RL9Ldk7EKHBanArEmYznLdGjTZHvazUXjb Wink

You can already visit the links, but as you'll see, it's still many hours from having caught up.

Is there a documentation or API to access the primes mined for each block?


Hey fairglu, I appreciate the work but it doesn't seem like multisig address searches work.

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Hey fairglu, I appreciate the work but it doesn't seem like multisig address searches work.

3Pvb65ey4a1oFRRRkTYH5WYvg8hoLEr1Tu

Returns nothing

Do you know the block or transaction in which it appeared? Also Explorer is currently stuck at block 26246 because of a transaction error (cf. previous post). I'm unsure what to do with that block, or if the blockchain I have is somehow incorrect/corrupted...

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Hey fairglu, I appreciate the work but it doesn't seem like multisig address searches work.

3Pvb65ey4a1oFRRRkTYH5WYvg8hoLEr1Tu

Returns nothing

Do you know the block or transaction in which it appeared? Also Explorer is currently stuck at block 26246 because of a transaction error (cf. previous post). I'm unsure what to do with that block, or if the blockchain I have is somehow incorrect/corrupted...

I have all transactions ID that funds were sent into if that is what you are asking. I also cannot solve your blockchain error. It would seem like a bad idea to skip it so maybe a fellow member here can help

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April 18, 2014, 12:03:37 AM
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Sentiment poll -

I have the linux version of the next iteration of my riecoin miner.  It'll substantially reduce memory use on many platforms, and is a bit faster, and a better long-term building block.

It doesn't work on windows and I'm having a heck of a time debugging it.

Is there any sentiment towards releasing it where it only works on Linux and letting more people stare at what's wrong with windows vs. kicking at it longer and trying to fix it to have both win/linux ready at the same time?

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Sentiment poll -

I have the linux version of the next iteration of my riecoin miner.  It'll substantially reduce memory use on many platforms, and is a bit faster, and a better long-term building block.

It doesn't work on windows and I'm having a heck of a time debugging it.

Is there any sentiment towards releasing it where it only works on Linux and letting more people stare at what's wrong with windows vs. kicking at it longer and trying to fix it to have both win/linux ready at the same time?

As a linux user myself, I feel as though you should release it but give it another 2 weeks to let Riecoin's infrastructure solidify itself. But when this coin becomes popular, the complainers will shout this coin as a scam if the miner isn't available to everyone in all OS. My vote is to wait a while further.

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April 18, 2014, 12:13:54 AM
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Hmmm, blockchain explorer is currently stuck on block 26246, which has a single transaction, f16662cadd50ccf58b585938a25810913acb05f6adaf05ab9cbdc3f84c9ab688, which has the following single vout:

Code:
     "scriptPubKey": {
             "asm": "7692969 OP_BOOLOR [error]",
             "hex": "03a962759b44e46e064da089240f13c2c9da959816e71bba7a2a0f46ed1e8d82e9",
             "type": "nonstandard"
      }

Anyone knows what's up?

The block crawler also goes banana when looking at it.

I could just tell the explorer to ignore it and go ahead, but that sounds wrong

Nonstandard transactions are, well, non-standard, but valid. In those transactions you can't determine the receiver's address. By manual inspection I think that in this particular case the script makes no sense so those 50 RIC cannot be claimed and are lost, or burnt.
As a quick fix, you can ignore them. Later you can accumulate and report RIC on nonstandard tx


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I got a syntax error on that line when using Python 2.7.5, but with Python 3.3.2 it works. Anybody with more Python knowledge can help?
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