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December 12, 2016, 05:50:29 PM
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Can you please do a ./riecoind getpeerinfo | grep addr

And paste the results? Lools like you have the best nodes

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December 13, 2016, 06:41:40 AM
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This is not what is happening. The blocks orphaned arw blocks discovered hours ago. Like 5 or 6 hours, then riepool webpage goes down and when its up all the blocks discovered are orphaned. Looks like riepool have its own network, like a fork or something. I tried to connect nodes to riepool.ovh but ita not available to connect

This is exactly what I described but with a different technique.
ALL Riepool nodes should be public accessible otherwise the pool is splitting the network on purpose. A simple wallet move would not cause a network orphanage like this.
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December 13, 2016, 06:58:04 AM
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This is not what is happening. The blocks orphaned arw blocks discovered hours ago. Like 5 or 6 hours, then riepool webpage goes down and when its up all the blocks discovered are orphaned. Looks like riepool have its own network, like a fork or something. I tried to connect nodes to riepool.ovh but ita not available to connect

This is exactly what I described but with a different technique.
ALL Riepool nodes should be public accessible otherwise the pool is splitting the network on purpose. A simple wallet move would not cause a network orphanage like this.

But you know what it's like Denial of Service?

You talk about techniques but about what? Are you suggesting something?

Continue to shoot zero on RiePool (what you do from the beginning) and do not yet understand why.

Anyway... the nodes of my configuration files are visible to everyone and if you check RiePool has several orphans, also consecutive, so....

Bye Bye
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December 13, 2016, 01:41:12 PM
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Keep calm men, why so defensive? We are just trying to fix the network. You have some orphans but other pools and solomining have a lot.

You shared your conf but your wallet should have lot of peer that are not in the riecoin conf.

I know perfectly what is a DDoS and i can help you with some tricks to avoid them. I working in internet security lot of years ago

The riecoin network need more peers so please do a ./riecoind getpeerinfo | greep addr

If you want send me a private message and ill set up some nodes with more peers and DDoS secure to get a safe network

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December 22, 2016, 06:16:48 PM
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Hi people,

It is clear that the large reorganisations are caused by riepool having more than 50% "hashrate", but I don't think Simba84 is doing it on purpose.
If his pool node gets isolated from the network but the pool keeps running then when he connects back, his blocks will most likely cause all the blocks from the other miners to get orphaned. If he was "unlucky" and did not generate more work than the rest of the network then HIS blocks will get orphaned that's why he complains that sometimes he has many orphans in a row too.
Simba84, please make sure that ALL your nodes are always connected to the rest of the network, and that your pool is not mining with one or two nodes that are connected between them but isolated to the rest of the network. This should avoid all the orphans seen in the network.
If your nodes are being attacked maybe you can whitelist a couple of good nodes and only let your node connect to those. If it's a problem with the nodes being DDoS'ed then I could generate a new version based on 0.13.1, that's supposed to be more robust.

We have more than 30 nodes, I don't think that just adding more nodes would fix the problems.

I ask all miners to please spread the hashes, change pools or go solo, but don't let any pool (riepool or xpoolx or anyone) have more than 50% of the mining power.


It's unfortunate that we are being attacked by DDoS, but we have to deal with the fact that a CPU coin attracts botnets and botnets are many times used for DDoS attacks. Sometimes I wish we had a GPU miner and the attacks would go away.

Thank you all and best regards,
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December 23, 2016, 04:19:16 PM
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Hello, RiePool records are no longer available and I lost the current rie mined and confirme in balance, they were reset to 0 today, what happened with the DB?

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December 23, 2016, 05:03:58 PM
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Hello, RiePool records are no longer available and I lost the current rie mined and confirme in balance, they were reset to 0 today, what happened with the DB?
There were problems with the database but now everything works perfectly.

For all those who had RIC in balance, please send me an email to inforiepool@gmail.com with the account name and, approximately, the coins in your "confirmed balance" that you had, so I can better control.

I will send the coins belong to their miners, no problem Smiley

Thank you for your understanding and happy holidays!
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December 31, 2016, 06:50:33 PM
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Hello, RiePool records are no longer available and I lost the current rie mined and confirme in balance, they were reset to 0 today, what happened with the DB?
There were problems with the database but now everything works perfectly.

For all those who had RIC in balance, please send me an email to inforiepool@gmail.com with the account name and, approximately, the coins in your "confirmed balance" that you had, so I can better control.

I will send the coins belong to their miners, no problem Smiley

Thank you for your understanding and happy holidays!

Hello, i am from central europe, V4 - countries, postamerican fucking fascist europe union, but my riescoin wallet and mining works well.
I synchronized my wallet and balance is ok.

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January 03, 2017, 03:26:01 PM
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Can someone point me to a source to learn about how is possible extremes of inputing prime numbers into base32 encryption which bitcoin uses correct which is Hex-64 bit characters?

Does the 64 bit character limit the infinite size of possible Prime numbers that can be generated usin 256 Sha-2?  

Thanks to whoever can answer this for me! Or correct me in how prime numbers are inputed using the 256 Sha-2. 

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January 04, 2017, 04:52:37 PM
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Can someone point me to a source to learn about how is possible extremes of inputing prime numbers into base32 encryption which bitcoin uses correct which is Hex-64 bit characters?

Does the 64 bit character limit the infinite size of possible Prime numbers that can be generated usin 256 Sha-2?  

Thanks to whoever can answer this for me! Or correct me in how prime numbers are inputed using the 256 Sha-2. 

I don't understand what it is that you are asking... base32 is just a method for data representation and is not used by the protocol itself so it does not limit how Riecoin or Bitcoin work internally.

http://riecoin.org/faq.html has an explanation of how the primes should be built. The size of the primes is defined by the "difficulty" value and the use of SHA256 does not impose an upper limit.


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January 04, 2017, 05:57:15 PM
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Anyone can make deposits on BTC38  Huh
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January 05, 2017, 03:06:04 AM
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Anyone can make deposits on BTC38  Huh

the btc38 said it was under the maintenance now
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January 05, 2017, 03:09:17 AM
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Can someone point me to a source to learn about how is possible extremes of inputing prime numbers into base32 encryption which bitcoin uses correct which is Hex-64 bit characters?

Does the 64 bit character limit the infinite size of possible Prime numbers that can be generated usin 256 Sha-2?  

Thanks to whoever can answer this for me! Or correct me in how prime numbers are inputed using the 256 Sha-2. 

I don't understand what it is that you are asking... base32 is just a method for data representation and is not used by the protocol itself so it does not limit how Riecoin or Bitcoin work internally.

http://riecoin.org/faq.html has an explanation of how the primes should be built. The size of the primes is defined by the "difficulty" value and the use of SHA256 does not impose an upper limit.

BTC38 said the ric was under the maintenance and is there any problems with the ric blockchain?
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January 05, 2017, 02:07:19 PM
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Can someone point me to a source to learn about how is possible extremes of inputing prime numbers into base32 encryption which bitcoin uses correct which is Hex-64 bit characters?

Does the 64 bit character limit the infinite size of possible Prime numbers that can be generated usin 256 Sha-2?  

Thanks to whoever can answer this for me! Or correct me in how prime numbers are inputed using the 256 Sha-2. 

I don't understand what it is that you are asking... base32 is just a method for data representation and is not used by the protocol itself so it does not limit how Riecoin or Bitcoin work internally.

http://riecoin.org/faq.html has an explanation of how the primes should be built. The size of the primes is defined by the "difficulty" value and the use of SHA256 does not impose an upper limit.

Would the 256 sha be the choke point than since it is for 32 bit computers?  Wouldn't it be more efficient to use a Sha-512 or Sha-1024 for 64 bit computers or plan ahead for 128 bit computers? 

I understand though that pretty much Bitcoin has generated tons of hot heads whose ego has gotten the best of them to utilize proper methods of procedures.  All the scam generated Alt-coins baiting to steal peoples bitcoin is just one example of many. 


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January 06, 2017, 07:59:59 PM
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Can someone point me to a source to learn about how is possible extremes of inputing prime numbers into base32 encryption which bitcoin uses correct which is Hex-64 bit characters?

Does the 64 bit character limit the infinite size of possible Prime numbers that can be generated usin 256 Sha-2?  

Thanks to whoever can answer this for me! Or correct me in how prime numbers are inputed using the 256 Sha-2. 

I don't understand what it is that you are asking... base32 is just a method for data representation and is not used by the protocol itself so it does not limit how Riecoin or Bitcoin work internally.

http://riecoin.org/faq.html has an explanation of how the primes should be built. The size of the primes is defined by the "difficulty" value and the use of SHA256 does not impose an upper limit.

BTC38 said the ric was under the maintenance and is there any problems with the ric blockchain?


Yesterday I got reply from BTC38 that RIC wallet is faulty and cant be repair without help of RIC devs.
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January 10, 2017, 01:36:52 PM
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Hello!
How to run Windows purse as a server? All standard methods I tried. Maybe it is not designed for solo mining?...
Perhaps there are still pools except Riepool or Xpoolx. Last, a feeling that 80% of the time does not work, or steal the coins.
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January 17, 2017, 01:34:38 PM
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Just for your interest:

RiePOO is destroying the network. He's making his own network disconnected from the principal network (a fork) then he connects his daemons to the network twice a day to orphan all the users blocks.

NO ONE CAN SOLOMINING IF RIEPOOSHIT IS HAVING HIGH HASHRATES
NOBODY CAN MINE IN ANOTHER POOL
TRANSACTIONS ARE DELAYED TO TWICE TIMES A DAY

get out of this fucking shitty pool and go solomining or another pools: gpupool xpoolx minipool.

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January 17, 2017, 01:49:07 PM
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Greetings All,

I'm having some difficulty keeping my services up due to the forking issues being experienced in the Riecoin network. Therefor, sadly, I've had to suspend my Insight explorer, Copay beta, jswallet, faucet and dice games. Fortunately for jswallet you should still be able to grab your private key from the site without a functioning explorer, and I would urge you to do so.

https://cryptap.us/ric

I will continue to monitor the network from time to time with the hope that in the future I can restore some of these services.

Kind Regards,

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January 18, 2017, 11:04:08 AM
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Just for your interest:

RiePOO is destroying the network. He's making his own network disconnected from the principal network (a fork) then he connects his daemons to the network twice a day to orphan all the users blocks.

NO ONE CAN SOLOMINING IF RIEPOOSHIT IS HAVING HIGH HASHRATES
NOBODY CAN MINE IN ANOTHER POOL
TRANSACTIONS ARE DELAYED TO TWICE TIMES A DAY

get out of this fucking shitty pool and go solomining or another pools: gpupool xpoolx minipool.



That is what I am suspecting the entire time.
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January 20, 2017, 11:42:26 AM
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Orphans chart shows things started going south since mid-November https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/#!extraction

January 14 saw 347 blocks orphaned, besting Nov 30 "record" of 316 orphans.



In terms of difficulty this is also visible, it went from around 1500 to 1250, which is logical since a fair share of the hashrate goes down the drain.

I guess if it lasts much longer exchanges will have to suspend trading...

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