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Author Topic: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record  (Read 676257 times)
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June 09, 2018, 05:18:12 PM
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Do you have an API available?


Yes.  There is no formal how-to documentation but a fairly basic test UI detailing calls.

API itself is self-described at https://zapple.io/exchange/1/_md/index

To call any authenticated call you need to first login by making a call to our authentication API:

PUT https://lts-api.com/auth/1/

Body:
{
  "Username": "XXX",
  "Password": "YYY",
  "TwoFactorAuthenticationCode": null
}

If you have 2FA enabled replace null with your current 2FA code.

In your response will be something like this:

{
"JsonWebToken":"XXXXX",
... other fields
}

Capture the "JsonWebToken" value (XXXXX here) and then in authenticated calls pass it in as authorization header

BEARER XXXXX

Tokens have a validity once issued, you can call a renew endpoint or log back in upon expiry.  You must renew prior to expiry.

What we don't have yet is a single API token that is long-life - so if you have 2FA you'll need to supply the 2FA code when you first start your application and then renew the token every 15 minutes or so.  Dedicated API tokens with long-life are planned.

Cool.  I assume this is in the long-term plan, but just in case, I do suggest making a way to use the API without sending one's password (or even having to have it stored);  it's advantageous to be able to have the API have access to some functions, but the password gives you god mode access to your account.   I like how Bittrex lets the account owner specify some limits on the power of individual API keys, for example.

(I'll wait - I was thinking of making a very simple market-maker bot to try to improve liquidity for RIC)

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June 10, 2018, 09:43:04 AM
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8DP I'll get sorted this evening.

Order Book will stay as is for now, we're going to be updating it with visualisations on the roadmap probably July/Aug.

Guy

Awesome, thank you!

Thanks to Poloniex, hundreds of thousands of RIC are waiting to be dumped... But once it is done, price should recover to normal ranges. And if someone codes the 0.16.0 Riecoin wallet, then Poloniex will likely unfreeze their wallets.
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June 10, 2018, 01:44:26 PM
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Cool.  I assume this is in the long-term plan, but just in case, I do suggest making a way to use the API without sending one's password (or even having to have it stored);  it's advantageous to be able to have the API have access to some functions, but the password gives you god mode access to your account.   I like how Bittrex lets the account owner specify some limits on the power of individual API keys, for example.

This is absolutely in the short-term (this summer) roadmap.
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June 11, 2018, 07:03:37 PM
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Buy orders are completely wiped now, we need more buyers...
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June 11, 2018, 10:35:44 PM
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First of all poloniex wallet problem must resolve.
Gatra said that he will pay 0.5 btc for updating code.
I think Gatra can help for this update and resolve wallet problem
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June 12, 2018, 11:57:07 PM
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Hi dear community!

First, kudos and thank you guytp for supporting RIC.

I can't promise anything at the moment but I'm working with getting other exchanges to support RIC.

Now, I have received some justified complains that I'm not active on Riecoin anymore. When I started this amazing project, I had little money to invest but I did have some time I decided to devote to its development. Now things have changed, and while I'm very short on time, I'm lucky enough to be able to commit some money on the project.
So, I'm offering a 0.5 BTC bounty to the person or team that can merge the Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 codebase with RIC and make an updated client that can work with RIC's current protocol and network.
Rules:
- I will review the code and make it the new official Riecoin client
- I decide if the code is ok and worthy of the bounty
- It has to support deterministic builds
- It's not necessary to update all unit tests, but it would be nice
- I decide when the bounty is over

I wish you luck and I'll be available for help with specific questions regarding the code.

Thank you all and let's keep RIC'ing!

Gatra

Gatra,

I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 should have segwit? Should we remove it?

Thank you.

hopguide, dga:

Just noticed that you also seem to understand what needs to be done here. If you guys could provide more detailed pointers I will be happy to devote a few weeks in the summer on this project.
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June 13, 2018, 12:47:37 AM
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Gatra,

I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 should have segwit? Should we remove it?

Thank you.

hopguide, dga:

Just noticed that you also seem to understand what needs to be done here. If you guys could provide more detailed pointers I will be happy to devote a few weeks in the summer on this project.

Nice to hear a voice from a volunter. Actually, I do not know much more than you, I have superficial understanding of how the things work but no any experience in programming a wallet.

You should try to get more precise information from Gatra. As you pointed out, there are so many ways to do what Gatra asks, this might actually be the main problem. Else, I think that the asked work is not very hard and 0.6 BTC is a neat reward for something like a summer crypto job. Try to PM him or contact him with other social media or email. DGA has probably much more experience than me too. And maybe the pool operators, XpoolX, Ziiip, Simba 84, they might have tips for you.

About Poloniex, a brand new wallet might make them consider to finally enable the deposits and withdrawals again. Maybe since 0.10.2 (2014 I think), there were so many changes that they cannot (or are too lazy to) get the RIC wallets to work normally.

Long term development might be nice to plan too. We would not want to have again an outdated wallet in 5 years with RIC 0.16 when Bitcoin will be 1.00.0.
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June 13, 2018, 08:47:08 AM
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i'm really glad that this seems to be getting somewhere !!  Grin

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June 13, 2018, 09:22:23 AM
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I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

I'm time short so can't do this myself but may be able to give some pointers.  What's your technical level in terms of development (none, some, already looked at Bitcoin source, etc.) and in terms of the process of merging/managing source code in Git?
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I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

I'm time short so can't do this myself but may be able to give some pointers.  What's your technical level in terms of development (none, some, already looked at Bitcoin source, etc.) and in terms of the process of merging/managing source code in Git?

lzknr:

Riecoin is a fork of a much earlier version of bitcoin -- about 0.9.1 or so.

Bitcoin 0.9.1 + Gatra's Changes = Riecoin

We need to get this to:

Bitcoin 0.16.0 + Gatra's Changes = Modern Riecoin

The problem, of course, is that gatra's changes won't apply cleanly to bitcoin 0.16.0, because a lot has changed in the code since then, so it will require careful porting and re-implementation of parts of what makes Riecoin unique.

That said, the Riecoin changes are *pretty* focused.  You can see them in the github history:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin/commits/master

where pablo (Gatra) committed the changes.  

This is the single biggest set of changes, but it's necessary to pull forward all of the differences:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin/commit/48cbc80d7059ca91e75c5cb8bac73ccf1c5dd6ed


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June 13, 2018, 03:04:45 PM
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@guytp - your exchange doesn't appear to be executing orders properly right now.  I just tried to sell 50 RIC at market, and it's just sitting there, listed as a 50 RIC open order, but nothing's happening. Smiley

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June 13, 2018, 07:47:49 PM
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RIC is now live on Zapple.com.

The site should be working - if anybody has any particular problems please let me know - either a direct message here or via a support request on Zapple's website and I'll look straight into it for you.  Hopefully this will now give everyone an opportunity to have somewhere to trade RIC.

Thanks,

Guy

Do you not allow US residents to sign up?
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June 14, 2018, 02:44:39 AM
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I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

I'm time short so can't do this myself but may be able to give some pointers.  What's your technical level in terms of development (none, some, already looked at Bitcoin source, etc.) and in terms of the process of merging/managing source code in Git?

lzknr:

Riecoin is a fork of a much earlier version of bitcoin -- about 0.9.1 or so.

Bitcoin 0.9.1 + Gatra's Changes = Riecoin

We need to get this to:

Bitcoin 0.16.0 + Gatra's Changes = Modern Riecoin

The problem, of course, is that gatra's changes won't apply cleanly to bitcoin 0.16.0, because a lot has changed in the code since then, so it will require careful porting and re-implementation of parts of what makes Riecoin unique.

That said, the Riecoin changes are *pretty* focused.  You can see them in the github history:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin/commits/master

where pablo (Gatra) committed the changes.  

This is the single biggest set of changes, but it's necessary to pull forward all of the differences:

https://github.com/riecoin/riecoin/commit/48cbc80d7059ca91e75c5cb8bac73ccf1c5dd6ed



Thank you for the information. I have been full time coding for many years; but unfortunately not very familiar with neither git nor c nor bitcoin core.

Given the extra learning needed, 1-2 months working seems reasonable. I'll ping you guys when I actually manage to start on this.
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June 14, 2018, 10:18:59 AM
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Nice, there is now plenty of buy orders and someone placed a 6,446.44941176 RIC one at almost current Poloniex price! Buyers, continue to outbid yourself to increase the price, now RIC is way too cheap, especially with that BTC crash! And for once we have plenty of good news!

Edit: wall is already gone...  Sad tons of RIC are still waiting being dumped... Sellers, dump them smartly without clearing the buy order book, please! Be patient and smart by placing a higher sell order instead of taking a lowball buy order!

Given the extra learning needed, 1-2 months working seems reasonable. I'll ping you guys when I actually manage to start on this.

Good luck dude, hope you manage to modernize that wallet! And if more devs want to take part to this bounty, they are welcome too, you could team up and provide us an even greater wallet!

This is very promising, it will be much more modern than the competing project Primecoin, and this will allow exchanges like Barter Dex to list it quickly!
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June 14, 2018, 11:38:21 AM
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It is interesting to know that the name "Riecoin" pays homage to Bernhard Riemann, whose work gave rise to new ways of studying the distribution of prime numbers and is mentioned in the mathematics of Riecoin.
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June 14, 2018, 04:01:14 PM
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I think riecoin dead. Gatra only gives 0.5 BTC. I think it is anything. Gatra must do everything and merge from bitcoin. Gatra says that he didnt any time for riecoin. Why poloniex has disabled wallet. I think somebody dont want other riecoins on poloniex. Because they sell their coins. I dont beleive Gatra.
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June 14, 2018, 04:38:37 PM
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I think riecoin dead. Gatra only gives 0.5 BTC. I think it is anything. Gatra must do everything and merge from bitcoin. Gatra says that he didnt any time for riecoin. Why poloniex has disabled wallet. I think somebody dont want other riecoins on poloniex. Because they sell their coins. I dont beleive Gatra.

hey man why so negative? it seems the issue is going to be resolved with the help of Gatra. it is what it is and its more than ok.

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June 14, 2018, 06:12:14 PM
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0.5 BTC is a generous bounty for basically doing the same as creating a Bitcoin clone altcoin (although surely harder than lazy craps like BCash), with the difference is that the altcoin already exists and has a nice proof of work system. Riecoin should even have replaced things like Litecoin, which are now pointless with Scrypt ASICS. Many altcoin creation tutorial are easily found by simple googling.

And now we do not need Poloniex anymore anyway, the only thing I need is that they credit me the RIC stuck in limbo, since I sent them while they wrongly removed the "maintenance" message.
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June 14, 2018, 06:43:59 PM
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@guytp - your exchange doesn't appear to be executing orders properly right now.  I just tried to sell 50 RIC at market, and it's just sitting there, listed as a 50 RIC open order, but nothing's happening. Smiley

This was fixed yesterday evening, apologies for the blockage last night.


Do you not allow US residents to sign up?

We do not at the moment.  We are looking at how/if we can ensure US compliance before accepting US users.
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June 14, 2018, 08:07:25 PM
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I think riecoin dead. Gatra only gives 0.5 BTC. I think it is anything. Gatra must do everything and merge from bitcoin. Gatra says that he didnt any time for riecoin. Why poloniex has disabled wallet. I think somebody dont want other riecoins on poloniex. Because they sell their coins. I dont beleive Gatra.

polo disabled their wallet because there was a fork that went beyond the wallet limit, so they auto-disabled.

... now, that leaves the question why they haven't turned their wallet back on yet, but I suspect that says more about Polo's support, unfortunately.

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