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February 17, 2017, 06:26:48 PM
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just a quick a question about the top wallet, does it belong to an exchange or an individual?


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/address.dws?236277.htm

Good question, that's almost 50% of the current supply. Guessing it's Polo's wallet maybe, no txn for quite some time from that wallet so guessing it's an exchange most likely...maybe btc38

So guessing this coin is dead, dev is active but doesn't seem to be working on anything. Pretty old coin and interesting to still be on Polo but guessing that wont be for long as this seems to be fading away.
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February 17, 2017, 08:40:07 PM
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just a quick a question about the top wallet, does it belong to an exchange or an individual?


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/address.dws?236277.htm

Good question, that's almost 50% of the current supply. Guessing it's Polo's wallet maybe, no txn for quite some time from that wallet so guessing it's an exchange most likely...maybe btc38

So guessing this coin is dead, dev is active but doesn't seem to be working on anything. Pretty old coin and interesting to still be on Polo but guessing that wont be for long as this seems to be fading away.



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February 21, 2017, 07:37:40 PM
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Thank you @smokim87 and @thunderjet for your answers

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February 25, 2017, 03:02:42 PM
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Look at twitter status,some good news incoming. Wink
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February 25, 2017, 03:04:54 PM
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Kinda sceptical if thats even the real. Anyone can just make a fake twitter Smiley
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February 25, 2017, 09:26:35 PM
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Hello  riecoin is not dead it has been stopped for some times because devs and financial problem now we are back
it has been a long time since 2014/2015 now we recruited new team to make ric great again Stay posted and get ready

this is our official twitter account follow and support us
https://twitter.com/RiecoinRic

check our last tweet RIC trending thanks for support us and more and great news coming soon stay posted
https://twitter.com/RiecoinRic/status/835556109444399104


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Sock puppet account for some bag holder for sure....unless Gatra confirms this, this is fake.

Gatra is the main and only dev for Riecoin. Has not been online since the 22nd.

This is the main Riecoin dev twitter account: https://twitter.com/riecoin
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February 26, 2017, 03:24:22 AM
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Hello  riecoin is not dead it has been stopped for some times because devs and financial problem now we are back
it has been a long time since 2014/2015 now we recruited new team to make ric great again Stay posted and get ready

this is our official twitter account follow and support us
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check our last tweet RIC trending thanks for support us and more and great news coming soon stay posted
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Sock puppet account for some bag holder for sure....unless Gatra confirms this, this is fake.

Gatra is the main and only dev for Riecoin. Has not been online since the 22nd.

This is the main Riecoin dev twitter account: https://twitter.com/riecoin

Thanks  smokim87, you're right. It is fake. I'm the developer of riecoin and the twitter account that I have is https://twitter.com/riecoin
Also I'm the owner of riecoin.org. any other riecoin site is not related to me. Also the code is and have always been at https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin
The site at riecoin.org is down because of DDoS attacks, but I still own the domain and will put the website back online soon.

I'm asking everyone to avoid quoting that original message, and if you do at least redact the fake links like I did here.


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March 02, 2017, 07:39:36 PM
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In the hope that the DoS-attacker reads this thread:  I'm getting sick of my office being attacked just for bringing up a Riecoin node.  I rebooted an old computer, the daemon happened to auto-restart, and suddenly, Carnegie Mellon was half-offline.  You're being a jerk.

Gatra, I'm willing to rent some cloud machines to host Riecoin nodes on to keep the network robust, because DDoS is really, really lame.  Let me know if I can do so in a way that's helpful.

(DoS-attacker, you could save me the bother by cutting it out.  I'm not interested in crypto these days, but I *will* spend effort to prevent you from bullying people like this.)

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March 04, 2017, 10:33:10 AM
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hi all ...

im interested in seeing the specs for the algo that riecoin uses ...

are there any specs anywhere - or at least a specification list of what when where and how? ...

it would be appreciated ...

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March 04, 2017, 02:53:25 PM
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hi all ...

im interested in seeing the specs for the algo that riecoin uses ...

are there any specs anywhere - or at least a specification list of what when where and how? ...

it would be appreciated ...

#crysx

You will find everything in the code:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin

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March 05, 2017, 07:31:12 AM
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hi all ...

im interested in seeing the specs for the algo that riecoin uses ...

are there any specs anywhere - or at least a specification list of what when where and how? ...

it would be appreciated ...

#crysx

You will find everything in the code:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin

hehehe ...

so no list of technical specs - just 'look at the code' ...

so for the layman - its an impossible mission ...

tanx for that ...

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March 05, 2017, 01:04:51 PM
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hi all ...

im interested in seeing the specs for the algo that riecoin uses ...

are there any specs anywhere - or at least a specification list of what when where and how? ...

it would be appreciated ...

#crysx

You will find everything in the code:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin

hehehe ...

so no list of technical specs - just 'look at the code' ...

so for the layman - its an impossible mission ...

tanx for that ...

#crysx

What exactly are you curious about, crysx?

You'll find some details in my blog post from a few years ago:  https://da-data.blogspot.com/2014/03/blockchain-explorations-riecoin-miner.html

Also, for others interested:  I've now set up a Riecoin node on a server that's behind a PureVPN DDoS-protected connection:  https://www.purevpn.com/blog/ddos-protected-vpn-purevpn/

and it seems to be working uninterrupted.  I'd recommend.  A normal VPN won't do it - the jerk was able to take out my first two attempts - but this one seems robust enough.  One might suspect that if enough of us set up DDoS-protected Riecoin nodes, then attacking the network may become pointless.  I think it was $70/year for this one.  Cheap enough for stopping a jerk.

Gatra, do you know about Cloudflare?  At minimum, it would probably be a good try to move the riecoin website behind it.  You let them run the DNS for you and then put your server online on some IP only you know.  It's a very good first start.  It's also free. Smiley  And very easy to use.

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March 05, 2017, 02:30:22 PM
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hi all ...

im interested in seeing the specs for the algo that riecoin uses ...

are there any specs anywhere - or at least a specification list of what when where and how? ...

it would be appreciated ...

#crysx

You will find everything in the code:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin

hehehe ...

so no list of technical specs - just 'look at the code' ...

so for the layman - its an impossible mission ...

tanx for that ...

#crysx

What exactly are you curious about, crysx?

You'll find some details in my blog post from a few years ago:  https://da-data.blogspot.com/2014/03/blockchain-explorations-riecoin-miner.html

Also, for others interested:  I've now set up a Riecoin node on a server that's behind a PureVPN DDoS-protected connection:  https://www.purevpn.com/blog/ddos-protected-vpn-purevpn/

and it seems to be working uninterrupted.  I'd recommend.  A normal VPN won't do it - the jerk was able to take out my first two attempts - but this one seems robust enough.  One might suspect that if enough of us set up DDoS-protected Riecoin nodes, then attacking the network may become pointless.  I think it was $70/year for this one.  Cheap enough for stopping a jerk.

Gatra, do you know about Cloudflare?  At minimum, it would probably be a good try to move the riecoin website behind it.  You let them run the DNS for you and then put your server online on some IP only you know.  It's a very good first start.  It's also free. Smiley  And very easy to use.

well ...

you have a list of some features - but not all tech specs of the coin is available ( for a pool like mpos for example ) ...

i need to know quite specific detail about not only the coin - but the algo as well ( like what algo is it - for one point ) ...

its not to pick the coin apart - but to ponder whether an investment into the project ( time effort - not just money ) is worth it on a development standpoint ...

thats all ...

as for cloudflare - they are great ... though dont go allowing any of the vps systems ( outside of website use ) to go through it - as they block all incoming and outgoing ports for nodes ( yup - i found out the hard way with our node system we use for our coins - and the coins we support ) ... but as far as web is concerned - they are a must ...

tanx ...

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well ...

you have a list of some features - but not all tech specs of the coin is available ( for a pool like mpos for example ) ...

i need to know quite specific detail about not only the coin - but the algo as well ( like what algo is it - for one point ) ...

its not to pick the coin apart - but to ponder whether an investment into the project ( time effort - not just money ) is worth it on a development standpoint ...

thats all ...

as for cloudflare - they are great ... though dont go allowing any of the vps systems ( outside of website use ) to go through it - as they block all incoming and outgoing ports for nodes ( yup - i found out the hard way with our node system we use for our coins - and the coins we support ) ... but as far as web is concerned - they are a must ...

tanx ...

#crysx

Basic specs (block times, mining rewards, etc.) are listed in the top of this post:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0
Some of those basic things are in the Reddit wiki for Riecoin:  https://www.reddit.com/r/RieCoin/wiki/index

Pure bitcoin fork in most respects, with the key difference being the PoW. 

PoW is finding dense 6-clusters of prime numbers, as described in my blog post about it.  "Dense" here means that for a starting position p, then p, p+4, p+6, p+10, p+12, p+16 are all prime.

Getwork/etc. are larger because of the need to carry the primes.  The nonce is 256 bits instead of 64 bits.  You can see where some of those enter if you look at the basic miner from gatra:  https://github.com/gatra/cpuminer-rminerd/blob/master/cpu-miner.c#L764

Diff increases by boosting the size of the starting location at which primes must be found.  Start = 0x1 ... LeadingZeros ... | hash(block).  (That may not be quite accurate, so just use it for intuition).  Because prime density decreases as numbers get larger, this increases the diff in two ways:  First, fewer primes == fewer clusters.  Second, larger numbers == harder math for the fermat test for testing primality.

There's a tweak for periodic "high diff" blocks to set the record primes, and I don't know that part of it.

It would be nice to assemble these all, now that you mention it. Smiley

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well ...

you have a list of some features - but not all tech specs of the coin is available ( for a pool like mpos for example ) ...

i need to know quite specific detail about not only the coin - but the algo as well ( like what algo is it - for one point ) ...

its not to pick the coin apart - but to ponder whether an investment into the project ( time effort - not just money ) is worth it on a development standpoint ...

thats all ...

as for cloudflare - they are great ... though dont go allowing any of the vps systems ( outside of website use ) to go through it - as they block all incoming and outgoing ports for nodes ( yup - i found out the hard way with our node system we use for our coins - and the coins we support ) ... but as far as web is concerned - they are a must ...

tanx ...

#crysx

Basic specs (block times, mining rewards, etc.) are listed in the top of this post:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0
Some of those basic things are in the Reddit wiki for Riecoin:  https://www.reddit.com/r/RieCoin/wiki/index

Pure bitcoin fork in most respects, with the key difference being the PoW. 

PoW is finding dense 6-clusters of prime numbers, as described in my blog post about it.  "Dense" here means that for a starting position p, then p, p+4, p+6, p+10, p+12, p+16 are all prime.

Getwork/etc. are larger because of the need to carry the primes.  The nonce is 256 bits instead of 64 bits.  You can see where some of those enter if you look at the basic miner from gatra:  https://github.com/gatra/cpuminer-rminerd/blob/master/cpu-miner.c#L764

Diff increases by boosting the size of the starting location at which primes must be found.  Start = 0x1 ... LeadingZeros ... | hash(block).  (That may not be quite accurate, so just use it for intuition).  Because prime density decreases as numbers get larger, this increases the diff in two ways:  First, fewer primes == fewer clusters.  Second, larger numbers == harder math for the fermat test for testing primality.

There's a tweak for periodic "high diff" blocks to set the record primes, and I don't know that part of it.

It would be nice to assemble these all, now that you mention it. Smiley

yup - it would be ...

and a name for the algo it uses - or have a missed that? ... Wink ...

and tanx - that is so much better than looking for it all in various places - especially since this IS the thread for it ...

i really appreciate that ... off to bed for me now ...

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March 05, 2017, 02:59:31 PM
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Tor nodes are free using .Onion addresses if you can get someone to set up nodes behind .onion  it is your best bet.  Nothing like a "little" adversity to drive everyone to big brother or his evil twin big bubba in prison.

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March 05, 2017, 03:59:51 PM
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Anyone can connect to nodes with the wallet?

I tried with these indicated on blockchain...

addnode=107.191.63.8
addnode=112.78.46.121
addnode=116.90.234.18
addnode=137.63.131.2
addnode=192.95.24.114
addnode=206.130.99.221
addnode=207.172.128.231
addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=98.21.31.49

None of these connects
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March 05, 2017, 06:45:12 PM
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Anyone can connect to nodes with the wallet?

I tried with these indicated on blockchain...

addnode=107.191.63.8
addnode=112.78.46.121
addnode=116.90.234.18
addnode=137.63.131.2
addnode=192.95.24.114
addnode=206.130.99.221
addnode=207.172.128.231
addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=98.21.31.49

None of these connects

Try 172.94.61.249
But be warned - you might get DoS'd.
I haven't tried it yet, but you might try using the --connect=
flag to tell your node *only* to connect to mine, just to see if it lets you avoid the DoS, if you have a problem with it.

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March 06, 2017, 12:42:21 AM
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Simba knows full well about the DDoS attacks, not to mention he's running a functional pool. Simba, if you've been trying to connect to my node with some bogus version string, you're likely blocked Wink 

dga, if you've been getting DDoS'd I'm sure Simba has white-listed you now. Thanks Simba!

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March 06, 2017, 01:05:55 AM
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Anyone can connect to nodes with the wallet?

I tried with these indicated on blockchain...

addnode=107.191.63.8
addnode=112.78.46.121
addnode=116.90.234.18
addnode=137.63.131.2
addnode=192.95.24.114
addnode=206.130.99.221
addnode=207.172.128.231
addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=98.21.31.49

None of these connects

Try 172.94.61.249
But be warned - you might get DoS'd.
I haven't tried it yet, but you might try using the --connect=
flag to tell your node *only* to connect to mine, just to see if it lets you avoid the DoS, if you have a problem with it.

one of the reasons i ask so many questions ...

all good though - so far im impressed with the coin ... we might be able to help out here ...

#crysx

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