Bitcoin Forum
August 21, 2017, 08:13:25 PM *
News: Latest stable version of Bitcoin Core: 0.14.2  [Torrent].
 
   Home   Help Search Donate Login Register  
Pages: « 1 ... 934 935 936 937 938 939 940 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948 949 950 951 952 953 954 955 956 957 958 959 960 961 962 963 964 965 966 967 968 969 970 971 972 973 974 975 976 977 978 979 980 981 982 983 [984] 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 994 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 »
  Print  
Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1260545 times)
GrinZ
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 526



View Profile WWW
August 27, 2016, 06:01:53 PM
 #19661

is there any fresh node list i can use?? im getting only 1 connection and seems im stuck at 220493 block im using v2.0.2.0 wallet

Code:
trying connection 108.183.45.177:12788 lastseen=19737.2hrs
received block 5c43266faed5b10131d1
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5c43266faed5b10131d1110536a27533b8ec0b089427ef075884e378d31ed76e
connection timeout
trying connection 71.187.67.159:12788 lastseen=19572.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 173.57.67.169:12788 lastseen=20095.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 2.135.63.55:12788 lastseen=16246.4hrs
received block cf4912bb509c17c90a84
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cf4912bb509c17c90a846b88545048619e8f253d6a5a02c7449e06d3e3962446
connection timeout
trying connection 69.196.141.82:12788 lastseen=20953.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.105.54.10:12788 lastseen=18392.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 82.28.249.168:12788 lastseen=20393.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 5.153.233.58:12788 lastseen=357.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.186.114.41:12788 lastseen=21758.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 92.55.100.95:12788 lastseen=20615.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 108.173.117.45:12788 lastseen=19213.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.214.65.8:12788 lastseen=19399.0hrs
Flushed 16148 addresses to peers.dat  28ms
connection timeout
trying connection 92.224.251.9:12788 lastseen=20821.4hrs

and my debug window looks like that..


Hi, alive MINT nodes you can see here: http://cryptoguru.tk/NetworkInfo/index.php?Currency=MINT
try to rescan or reindex your wallet.

CryptoGuru.tk, MultiFaucet.tk
 We provide 50+ Faucets and Block Explorers. Join us!
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1503346405
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1503346405

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1503346405
Reply with quote  #2

1503346405
Report to moderator
1503346405
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1503346405

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1503346405
Reply with quote  #2

1503346405
Report to moderator
1503346405
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1503346405

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1503346405
Reply with quote  #2

1503346405
Report to moderator
Johnny00
Hero Member
*****
Online Online

Activity: 504


🔵 Brickblock.io - Future of Stock Trading


View Profile
August 27, 2016, 06:24:22 PM
 #19662

How do you rescan or reindex our wallet. I only have one connection as well.


         ▄▄███▄▄
     ▄▄███████████▄▄
 ▄▄███████████████████▄▄
██████████████████████████
  ▀▀██████████████████▀▀ ▄▄
      ▀▀██████████▀▀ ▄▄████
          ▀▀█▀▀ ▄▄█████████
             ▄█████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             █████████████▀
             █████████▀▀
             █████▀▀
             ▀▀▀
.
Brickblock.io
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║
.
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║





                  ▄▄██▄
              ▄▄█▀▀  ██
          ▄▄█▀▀      █▌
      ▄▄█▀▀   ▄▀    ██
 ▄▄▄█▀▀    ▄█▀     ▐█
██      ▄██▀       █▌
 ▀▀██▄███▀        ██
     ██▀▀█▄▄▄     █▌
      █▄  ██▀▀▀█▄██
       █▄█▀




       ▄▄▄▄▄▄
    ▄████████
    █████▀▀▀▀
   ▐████
   ▐████
████████████
████████████
   ▐████
   ▐████
   ▐████
   ▐████




                 ▄████▄▄    ▄
██             ████████████▀
████▄         █████████████▀
▀████████▄▄   █████████████
▄▄█████████████████████████
██████████████████████████
  ▀██████████████████████
   █████████████████████
    ▀█████████████████▀
      ▄█████████████▀
▄▄███████████████▀
   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀



▄▄▄                  ▄▄▄
█████▄             ▄██████▄
█████████▄        ████████████▄
██████████▌▄     ██████████████
██████████▌▐█  ▄█████████████▀▄█
██████████▌▐██▄▀████████████ ███
██████████▌▐████▀██████████ ████
██████████▌▐█████ ███████▀▄█████
██████████▌ ▀█████▄▀████ ███████
██████████▌   ▀▀████ ██▄████████
▀█████████▌      ▀▀▀▀ ▄█████████
   ▀▀█████▌             ▀▀██████
        ▀█▌                  ▀▀█
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║
.
CoinBreader
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 672


View Profile
August 27, 2016, 07:29:52 PM
 #19663

is there any fresh node list i can use?? im getting only 1 connection and seems im stuck at 220493 block im using v2.0.2.0 wallet

Code:
trying connection 108.183.45.177:12788 lastseen=19737.2hrs
received block 5c43266faed5b10131d1
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5c43266faed5b10131d1110536a27533b8ec0b089427ef075884e378d31ed76e
connection timeout
trying connection 71.187.67.159:12788 lastseen=19572.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 173.57.67.169:12788 lastseen=20095.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 2.135.63.55:12788 lastseen=16246.4hrs
received block cf4912bb509c17c90a84
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cf4912bb509c17c90a846b88545048619e8f253d6a5a02c7449e06d3e3962446
connection timeout
trying connection 69.196.141.82:12788 lastseen=20953.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.105.54.10:12788 lastseen=18392.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 82.28.249.168:12788 lastseen=20393.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 5.153.233.58:12788 lastseen=357.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.186.114.41:12788 lastseen=21758.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 92.55.100.95:12788 lastseen=20615.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 108.173.117.45:12788 lastseen=19213.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.214.65.8:12788 lastseen=19399.0hrs
Flushed 16148 addresses to peers.dat  28ms
connection timeout
trying connection 92.224.251.9:12788 lastseen=20821.4hrs

and my debug window looks like that..


Hi, alive MINT nodes you can see here: http://cryptoguru.tk/NetworkInfo/index.php?Currency=MINT
try to rescan or reindex your wallet.

cheers thanks ill add some more nodes on my .conf! Smiley


How do you rescan or reindex our wallet. I only have one connection as well.

on command line before you start your wallet type -rescan or -reindex
put this on your .conf and you get 7 connections at least!
Code:
addnode=77.163.157.232:12788
addnode=164.132.25.194:12788
addnode=81.198.102.237:12788
addnode=88.198.53.194:12788
addnode=78.56.42.41:12788
addnode=185.108.199.26:12788
addnode=84.175.234.120:12788
addnode=91.139.222.39:12788
addnode=90.113.82.59:12788
addnode=93.103.151.61:12788
addnode=72.241.236.178:12788
addnode=91.134.120.222:12788
addnode=208.104.57.51:12788
addnode=173.51.57.134:12788
addnode=85.179.172.201:12788
addnode=89.42.107.138:12788
addnode=50.92.172.205:12788
addnode=81.243.85.124:12788
addnode=82.8.129.200:12788
MarSas
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 551


View Profile
August 27, 2016, 07:59:41 PM
 #19664

I've tried the bootstrap method, takes just as long if not longer.

Interesting. Bootstrap worked for me very quickly, a matter of hours.
Johnny00
Hero Member
*****
Online Online

Activity: 504


🔵 Brickblock.io - Future of Stock Trading


View Profile
August 28, 2016, 03:29:16 AM
 #19665

I don't have a .conf file and when you say startup I just start it from windows. I don't have a command line.


         ▄▄███▄▄
     ▄▄███████████▄▄
 ▄▄███████████████████▄▄
██████████████████████████
  ▀▀██████████████████▀▀ ▄▄
      ▀▀██████████▀▀ ▄▄████
          ▀▀█▀▀ ▄▄█████████
             ▄█████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             █████████████▀
             █████████▀▀
             █████▀▀
             ▀▀▀
.
Brickblock.io
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║
.
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║





                  ▄▄██▄
              ▄▄█▀▀  ██
          ▄▄█▀▀      █▌
      ▄▄█▀▀   ▄▀    ██
 ▄▄▄█▀▀    ▄█▀     ▐█
██      ▄██▀       █▌
 ▀▀██▄███▀        ██
     ██▀▀█▄▄▄     █▌
      █▄  ██▀▀▀█▄██
       █▄█▀




       ▄▄▄▄▄▄
    ▄████████
    █████▀▀▀▀
   ▐████
   ▐████
████████████
████████████
   ▐████
   ▐████
   ▐████
   ▐████




                 ▄████▄▄    ▄
██             ████████████▀
████▄         █████████████▀
▀████████▄▄   █████████████
▄▄█████████████████████████
██████████████████████████
  ▀██████████████████████
   █████████████████████
    ▀█████████████████▀
      ▄█████████████▀
▄▄███████████████▀
   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀



▄▄▄                  ▄▄▄
█████▄             ▄██████▄
█████████▄        ████████████▄
██████████▌▄     ██████████████
██████████▌▐█  ▄█████████████▀▄█
██████████▌▐██▄▀████████████ ███
██████████▌▐████▀██████████ ████
██████████▌▐█████ ███████▀▄█████
██████████▌ ▀█████▄▀████ ███████
██████████▌   ▀▀████ ██▄████████
▀█████████▌      ▀▀▀▀ ▄█████████
   ▀▀█████▌             ▀▀██████
        ▀█▌                  ▀▀█
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║
.
Johnny00
Hero Member
*****
Online Online

Activity: 504


🔵 Brickblock.io - Future of Stock Trading


View Profile
August 28, 2016, 11:51:45 AM
 #19666

I've tried the bootstrap method, takes just as long if not longer.

Me too. I did the bootstrap from kiklo and overnight I'm all caught up
Interesting. Bootstrap worked for me very quickly, a matter of hours.


         ▄▄███▄▄
     ▄▄███████████▄▄
 ▄▄███████████████████▄▄
██████████████████████████
  ▀▀██████████████████▀▀ ▄▄
      ▀▀██████████▀▀ ▄▄████
          ▀▀█▀▀ ▄▄█████████
             ▄█████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             ██████████████
             █████████████▀
             █████████▀▀
             █████▀▀
             ▀▀▀
.
Brickblock.io
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║
.
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║





                  ▄▄██▄
              ▄▄█▀▀  ██
          ▄▄█▀▀      █▌
      ▄▄█▀▀   ▄▀    ██
 ▄▄▄█▀▀    ▄█▀     ▐█
██      ▄██▀       █▌
 ▀▀██▄███▀        ██
     ██▀▀█▄▄▄     █▌
      █▄  ██▀▀▀█▄██
       █▄█▀




       ▄▄▄▄▄▄
    ▄████████
    █████▀▀▀▀
   ▐████
   ▐████
████████████
████████████
   ▐████
   ▐████
   ▐████
   ▐████




                 ▄████▄▄    ▄
██             ████████████▀
████▄         █████████████▀
▀████████▄▄   █████████████
▄▄█████████████████████████
██████████████████████████
  ▀██████████████████████
   █████████████████████
    ▀█████████████████▀
      ▄█████████████▀
▄▄███████████████▀
   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀



▄▄▄                  ▄▄▄
█████▄             ▄██████▄
█████████▄        ████████████▄
██████████▌▄     ██████████████
██████████▌▐█  ▄█████████████▀▄█
██████████▌▐██▄▀████████████ ███
██████████▌▐████▀██████████ ████
██████████▌▐█████ ███████▀▄█████
██████████▌ ▀█████▄▀████ ███████
██████████▌   ▀▀████ ██▄████████
▀█████████▌      ▀▀▀▀ ▄█████████
   ▀▀█████▌             ▀▀██████
        ▀█▌                  ▀▀█
║║
║║
║║
║║
║║
.
kiklo
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1092



View Profile
August 28, 2016, 08:52:19 PM
 #19667

Me too. I did the bootstrap from kiklo and overnight I'm all caught up
Interesting. Bootstrap worked for me very quickly, a matter of hours.

Odds are you used My Snapshot instead of the Bootstrap. (Mint Bootstrap will take days, My Snapshot only a few hours)
Snapshots will be ready very fast compared to a Bootstrap.dat which Mint team recommends.
Difference between a Snapshot & a BootStrap.dat file.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1378653.msg16022247#msg16022247


 Cool

Fuzzbawls
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 738

★YoBit.Net★ 200+ Coins Exchange & Dice


View Profile
August 29, 2016, 07:13:25 AM
 #19668

Its been a while since I have explained the reasons why the MINT team has chosen to not officially support the "Snapshot" method of getting clients synced up, so let me reiterate them again.

Bootstrapping
"Bootstrapping" is a method by which you provide a single-file copy of all blocks up to a certain point, and let the client run that file through it's verification and processing algorithms to rebuild a full local copy of the blockchain, all without requiring any network connectivity during the process. This is a 100% trustless method as if any of the verifications fail at any point along the chain, the client will simply discard the subsequent data and use the P2P network to continue on. Erroneous data never gets written to the datadir.

There are two accepted methods of creating a bootstrap data file: Simple and Linear.

Simple:
This is a file that contains each and every block (including orphans) in whatever order they were received by the creating client. Usual creation method is just renaming a file (or concating multiple files) from an existing datadir. Such files are often bloated and inefficient due to the unknown block ordering and orphan data they contain.

Linear:
This is a file that contains each and every valid block in linear sequential order. There is no orphan data or block re-organization included in this type of bootstrap file. Such files are an order of magnitude more efficient than simple bootstraps for large/fast chains.


Snapshotting
"Snapshotting" is a method by which you take the data directory from one client and use it with another. The target client does no "importing" or processing of the migrated data (other than a user-configurable 'last n blocks verification'). This method dictates that you put 100% trust in the data provider. Any erroneous data making it's way into the snapshot can (has) and will likely lead to a program crash or a network wide IP ban if that particular data set is required for any future verification.

The "Snapshotting" method carries the same orphan block data and chain re-organization data as the "simple" bootstrapping method above.



So, given the above explanations about what each alternative method of getting a client synced involves, lets look at the Pros/Cons.
Pros/Cons between methods
Bootstrapping
Pros
  • 100% trustless
  • Smaller initial file size download
  • No network connection needed
  • Fallback to P2P syncing if an error is encountered
  • No-Bloat when using linear bootstraps
Cons
  • Slow, each block needs to be verified by the client
  • May even be slower than P2P sync (depends on system/network specs)

Snapshotting
Pros
  • Fast initial startup time
Cons
  • Larger download size
  • 100% trust placed on provider
  • Erroneous data may lead to a crash at random times
  • Unnecessary bloat introduced by chain reorgs/orphans




In the end, it is completely up to the user to decide which method they would like to use, and the MINT team certainly appreciates the efforts of kiklo and other providers for their time and the service they provide. What we as a team mean by "unsupported" is literally that no support for troubleshooting or correcting data errors will be given in the event of using a method (any method) that is not trustless by nature. Kiklo's method of getting a new client up to sync will almost certainly work right now.

So why do we not offer support for users that choose to use a non-trustless method of getting their client synced? The primary reason is because the data distributed in a non-trustless way simply cannot be verified to be good in any way, shape, or form by the client or the network. It is by all accounts completely out of our hands, and as what happened a few months ago, the data provided was incorrect so there wasn't anything to be done aside from having users resync their local clients.




All that being said, we have released a new official bootstrap (Linear method) that includes all blocks up to #2870000 (8/24/2016). It is available automatically for those that are currently using the btsync program and also directly from the websites (www.mintcoinofficial.com and www.mintymintcoin.com)

BTSync Link: Here
Direct Download Link: Here

FreshFund
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 112


View Profile WWW
August 29, 2016, 08:49:55 AM
 #19669



"MINT team certainly appreciates the efforts of kiklo and other providers for their time and the service they provide. What we as a team mean by "unsupported" is literally that no support for troubleshooting" ...... "Kiklo's method of getting a new client up to sync will almost certainly work right now."


That's awesome thanks for the info!

NEM:NDMFCC-HHUNIX-M3SHZY-YNM5VK-BYZ6ZU-FVQXHB-H6GB
Derek492
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 357



View Profile
August 29, 2016, 04:01:15 PM
 #19670

Its been a while since I have explained the reasons why the MINT team has chosen to not officially support the "Snapshot" method of getting clients synced up, so let me reiterate them again.

Bootstrapping
"Bootstrapping" is a method by which you provide a single-file copy of all blocks up to a certain point, and let the client run that file through it's verification and processing algorithms to rebuild a full local copy of the blockchain, all without requiring any network connectivity during the process. This is a 100% trustless method as if any of the verifications fail at any point along the chain, the client will simply discard the subsequent data and use the P2P network to continue on. Erroneous data never gets written to the datadir.

There are two accepted methods of creating a bootstrap data file: Simple and Linear.

Simple:
This is a file that contains each and every block (including orphans) in whatever order they were received by the creating client. Usual creation method is just renaming a file (or concating multiple files) from an existing datadir. Such files are often bloated and inefficient due to the unknown block ordering and orphan data they contain.

Linear:
This is a file that contains each and every valid block in linear sequential order. There is no orphan data or block re-organization included in this type of bootstrap file. Such files are an order of magnitude more efficient than simple bootstraps for large/fast chains.


Snapshotting
"Snapshotting" is a method by which you take the data directory from one client and use it with another. The target client does no "importing" or processing of the migrated data (other than a user-configurable 'last n blocks verification'). This method dictates that you put 100% trust in the data provider. Any erroneous data making it's way into the snapshot can (has) and will likely lead to a program crash or a network wide IP ban if that particular data set is required for any future verification.

The "Snapshotting" method carries the same orphan block data and chain re-organization data as the "simple" bootstrapping method above.



So, given the above explanations about what each alternative method of getting a client synced involves, lets look at the Pros/Cons.
Pros/Cons between methods
Bootstrapping
Pros
  • 100% trustless
  • Smaller initial file size download
  • No network connection needed
  • Fallback to P2P syncing if an error is encountered
  • No-Bloat when using linear bootstraps
Cons
  • Slow, each block needs to be verified by the client
  • May even be slower than P2P sync (depends on system/network specs)

Snapshotting
Pros
  • Fast initial startup time
Cons
  • Larger download size
  • 100% trust placed on provider
  • Erroneous data may lead to a crash at random times
  • Unnecessary bloat introduced by chain reorgs/orphans




In the end, it is completely up to the user to decide which method they would like to use, and the MINT team certainly appreciates the efforts of kiklo and other providers for their time and the service they provide. What we as a team mean by "unsupported" is literally that no support for troubleshooting or correcting data errors will be given in the event of using a method (any method) that is not trustless by nature. Kiklo's method of getting a new client up to sync will almost certainly work right now.

So why do we not offer support for users that choose to use a non-trustless method of getting their client synced? The primary reason is because the data distributed in a non-trustless way simply cannot be verified to be good in any way, shape, or form by the client or the network. It is by all accounts completely out of our hands, and as what happened a few months ago, the data provided was incorrect so there wasn't anything to be done aside from having users resync their local clients.




All that being said, we have released a new official bootstrap (Linear method) that includes all blocks up to #2870000 (8/24/2016). It is available automatically for those that are currently using the btsync program and also directly from the websites (www.mintcoinofficial.com and www.mintymintcoin.com)

BTSync Link: Here
Direct Download Link: Here

Thanks Fuzzbawls. Everyone, should do the bootstrap or normal sync if they can stand it to ensure network security.  As for the slowness, just keep in mind Mintcoin has over 2-million blocks to sync; more blocks than pretty much any other coin out there be because it's over 2 years old and has a very fast block speed. Mintcoins creates a new block on average under 30 seconds. Most of the slowness in syncing is verifying the correctness of every block. That's why it takes time if you let it go through the verification process (bootstrap or normal sync download). The snapshot removes the verification of the millions of blocks that's why it's faster. Syncing is not just a matter of downloading the blockchain it's a matter of checking out every block too. If you just opened your client it helps if you give it time to find connection too. You don't even really need a conf file. It can take like a half hour or so to get a lot of connections. Sometimes restarting the client can help too.

Stop Mining.   Start Minting.   Mintcoin  [MINT]
5% annual minting reward. Mintcoins don't wear out like mining gear. They keep on minting!
kiklo
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1092



View Profile
August 29, 2016, 04:36:33 PM
 #19671

I offer the Snapshots , because the Bootstrap is just too slow with mintcoin.

What really needs to happen is simple and it removes needing either a snapshot or a bootstrap.

Mintcoin needs to start using header sync in the next versions.
Synchronizing the block chain by downloading block headers before downloading the full blocks.
Once BTC started it , they no longer needed bootstraps , as it made syncing from the network faster.  Wink


 Cool
Fuzzbawls
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 738

★YoBit.Net★ 200+ Coins Exchange & Dice


View Profile
August 29, 2016, 10:23:19 PM
 #19672

I offer the Snapshots , because the Bootstrap is just too slow with mintcoin.

What really needs to happen is simple and it removes needing either a snapshot or a bootstrap.

Mintcoin needs to start using header sync in the next versions.
Synchronizing the block chain by downloading block headers before downloading the full blocks.
Once BTC started it , they no longer needed bootstraps , as it made syncing from the network faster.  Wink


 Cool

You're exactly right regarding HDF syncing (Headers First), which one of the things we have been working towards over the past year. Our test branch actually has it, but due to how HDF was designed to work in BTC, the implementation doesn't work properly when the blockchain has a mix of PoW and PoS blocks.

kiklo
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1092



View Profile
August 29, 2016, 11:35:31 PM
 #19673

I offer the Snapshots , because the Bootstrap is just too slow with mintcoin.

What really needs to happen is simple and it removes needing either a snapshot or a bootstrap.

Mintcoin needs to start using header sync in the next versions.
Synchronizing the block chain by downloading block headers before downloading the full blocks.
Once BTC started it , they no longer needed bootstraps , as it made syncing from the network faster.  Wink


 Cool

You're exactly right regarding HDF syncing (Headers First), which one of the things we have been working towards over the past year. Our test branch actually has it, but due to how HDF was designed to work in BTC, the implementation doesn't work properly when the blockchain has a mix of PoW and PoS blocks.


The closest anyone got with HDF syncing for a PoS coin was Pandacoin,
It still had some corruption issues , so most everyone used the original sync method as it was an option in the wallet.
(But the Pandacoin community Dev Old Team collapse soon after the release, so MaNI left and never fixed the corruption problem.)

I believe this was commit that added it.
https://github.com/pandacoin-official/pandacoin/commit/24c836a20a31c7747d63c13fa628b97dc40818c7

The programmer that did the work was MaNI
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=402883
He works with guldencoin now, but might have some insight to help.


 Cool
coolbeans94
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 613


Mintcoin: Get some


View Profile
August 31, 2016, 02:41:45 AM
 #19674

Well it looks like things got interesting around here lately with the Poloniex fiasco.
Do we have any idea going forward what exchange would be the best for us, that we can promote and recommend and allow them to be be our primary exchange? It looks like that Altex exchange is promising, but still seems to have some issues to work out for now. It is good for us if possible to have a plan or an idea after next week for continuing to promote exchange stability. I was thinking Cryptopia, but I haven't used them before; has anyone else, any experiences to share? We need an exchange that will be long-term solvent, and not delist MINT for no reason and have certain unreasonable demands.

(1.) Moral happiness depends upon moral order.
(2.) Moral order depends upon the harmonious action of all our powers, as
individuals and as members of society.
FreshFund
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 112


View Profile WWW
August 31, 2016, 02:52:14 AM
 #19675

Well it looks like things got interesting around here lately with the Poloniex fiasco.
Do we have any idea going forward what exchange would be the best for us, that we can promote and recommend and allow them to be be our primary exchange? It looks like that Altex exchange is promising, but still seems to have some issues to work out for now. It is good for us if possible to have a plan or an idea after next week for continuing to promote exchange stability. I was thinking Cryptopia, but I haven't used them before; has anyone else, any experiences to share? We need an exchange that will be long-term solvent, and not delist MINT for no reason and have certain unreasonable demands.


Did Polo start making demands?

NEM:NDMFCC-HHUNIX-M3SHZY-YNM5VK-BYZ6ZU-FVQXHB-H6GB
Derek492
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 357



View Profile
August 31, 2016, 03:46:46 PM
 #19676



Did Polo start making demands?

It's unconfirmed, but someone on reddit said the reason Poloniex gave for delisting MINT was lack of community and wallet support. But that's very vague and relatively unobjective. How do you define lack of community or lack of wallet support? Seems like BS.

Stop Mining.   Start Minting.   Mintcoin  [MINT]
5% annual minting reward. Mintcoins don't wear out like mining gear. They keep on minting!
Fuzzbawls
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 738

★YoBit.Net★ 200+ Coins Exchange & Dice


View Profile
August 31, 2016, 03:49:50 PM
 #19677



Did Polo start making demands?

It's unconfirmed, but someone on reddit said the reason Poloniex gave for delisting MINT was lack of community and wallet support. But that's very vague and relatively unobjective. How do you define lack of community or lack of wallet support? Seems like BS.

lets try to keep the rumor mill to a minimum. I've already replied to that particular comment on reddit, and have monitored the polo trollbox very frequently over the past week. each and every time someone asks about any of the coin delistings, the mods reply with some "usual" reasons but state that they themselves don't have any particular details regarding any of the specifics.

Derek492
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 357



View Profile
August 31, 2016, 11:41:21 PM
 #19678



Did Polo start making demands?

It's unconfirmed, but someone on reddit said the reason Poloniex gave for delisting MINT was lack of community and wallet support. But that's very vague and relatively unobjective. How do you define lack of community or lack of wallet support? Seems like BS.

lets try to keep the rumor mill to a minimum. I've already replied to that particular comment on reddit, and have monitored the polo trollbox very frequently over the past week. each and every time someone asks about any of the coin delistings, the mods reply with some "usual" reasons but state that they themselves don't have any particular details regarding any of the specifics.

Okay. You're right.

Stop Mining.   Start Minting.   Mintcoin  [MINT]
5% annual minting reward. Mintcoins don't wear out like mining gear. They keep on minting!
ZayedCoin
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 70

Zayedcoin is a peer to peer degital currency


View Profile WWW
August 31, 2016, 11:59:54 PM
 #19679

lets try to keep the rumor mill to a minimum. I've already replied to that particular comment on reddit, and have monitored the polo trollbox very frequently over the past week. each and every time someone asks about any of the coin delistings, the mods reply with some "usual" reasons but state that they themselves don't have any particular details regarding any of the specifics.
Definitely yes Correctly You Are Right

Bitrated user: ZayedCoin.
Ambros
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 571


View Profile
September 01, 2016, 07:34:30 PM
 #19680

I'Have just found a wallet with half a milion of this coins.
Is nice to know that they are still here 😁😁
Pages: « 1 ... 934 935 936 937 938 939 940 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948 949 950 951 952 953 954 955 956 957 958 959 960 961 962 963 964 965 966 967 968 969 970 971 972 973 974 975 976 977 978 979 980 981 982 983 [984] 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 994 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!