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April 16, 2014, 01:17:34 PM
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Tenebrix network is flaking on me presently. Fairbrix seems stable, though. Who's mining these coins?  Huh
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April 16, 2014, 02:00:33 PM
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Tenebrix network is flaking on me presently. Fairbrix seems stable, though. Who's mining these coins?  Huh

now that is the question.....I mine primecoin, for the first few days and it became unprofitable really quick...who mine anything for so long beats the  $%$% out of me....

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May 30, 2014, 07:03:01 PM
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lol the original litecoin... bump for lols..

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June 13, 2014, 03:29:28 PM
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I can't help you but it you manage to do it, Tenebrix would be the only coin that I know of to have a port on SPARC Smiley

Any reason why you on such an obsolete coin?

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June 16, 2014, 10:02:25 AM
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Would be wonderful. I have 80K TBX around somewhere. hehe

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June 17, 2014, 12:19:33 AM
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Would be wonderful. I have 80K TBX around somewhere. hehe

This thing is ancient Smiley
But it is the first scrypt proof-of-work in the history of cryto

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July 30, 2014, 03:53:32 PM
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Is this an inactive Altcoin?
I'm surprised that programers don't merge Inactive (MMO) massively multi-player online games and Inactive Altcoins together into a cool MMO that makes you Altcoin.
This would resurrect both projects and make it a stronger product.
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August 13, 2014, 10:24:29 AM
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A beautiful page in the history of cryptocurrencies.

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October 11, 2014, 02:00:06 PM
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Sad this one died out they should have gave it a better name.

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November 02, 2014, 05:51:09 AM
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I agree, it should survive for historical purposes lol

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November 02, 2014, 10:24:48 AM
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Tenebrix network is flaking on me presently. Fairbrix seems stable, though. Who's mining these coins?  Huh

No problem, the dev says about 1.5 mils of the premine are set aside to help recruit developers and sustain support for no less than 6 year. Unfortunately he was last active on August 10, 2013. Things don't seem to have changed much since Tenebrix was released.



Q: I heard you premined, you bad bad person...

A: Well yes, I premined 7 million coins. Why so many - well, to be completely blunt and honest, I got a bit tired of a discussion of how much should one premine that I had going on and used the premine value from GeistGeld. Perhaps not the wisest decision, but worry not though - I will use 2 millions do fuel verry slow (no more than 4 TBX per user, may get less if their price rises) faucets with strong user ID (Google Acc + captchas), and about 1.5 mils are set aside to help recruit developers and sustain support for no less than 6 years (you gotta agree that it is a looong road and a lot of money-gulping things can happen)


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November 02, 2014, 11:29:15 AM
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Why is this thread repeatedly necroed?  Will Fairbrix's thread be the next one necroed?
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November 05, 2014, 10:00:03 AM
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Wow , first scrypt coin (POW).  Shocked

This is really ancient.
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December 28, 2014, 12:48:18 PM
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Is there a Windows client? Would like to play with this.

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January 03, 2015, 11:59:26 AM
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first scrypt coin and still; alive Cheesy

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January 09, 2015, 10:37:24 AM
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Tenebrix network is flaking on me presently. Fairbrix seems stable, though. Who's mining these coins?  Huh

No problem, the dev says about 1.5 mils of the premine are set aside to help recruit developers and sustain support for no less than 6 year. Unfortunately he was last active on August 10, 2013. Things don't seem to have changed much since Tenebrix was released.



Q: I heard you premined, you bad bad person...

A: Well yes, I premined 7 million coins. Why so many - well, to be completely blunt and honest, I got a bit tired of a discussion of how much should one premine that I had going on and used the premine value from GeistGeld. Perhaps not the wisest decision, but worry not though - I will use 2 millions do fuel verry slow (no more than 4 TBX per user, may get less if their price rises) faucets with strong user ID (Google Acc + captchas), and about 1.5 mils are set aside to help recruit developers and sustain support for no less than 6 years (you gotta agree that it is a looong road and a lot of money-gulping things can happen)



Interesting to see that the dev was looking six years ahead. He must be very disappointed to see what his coin has now become. Cry

But on the bright side, Litcoin probably wouldn't exist today if Tenebrix and Fairbrix had never existed so he still played an important part in the history of cryptos.

Is there a Windows client? Would like to play with this.

Seconded. OP's link to binaries for Windows brings up a 404 error. The source is available on GitHub but I don't have a C++ compiler with me right now and I'd rather not bother with compiling it myself. I could find references to something on the Internet called "Ufasoft Coin" which seems to have supported TBX at one time (and the dev seems legitimate and posts on these forums) but the version that supported it has been removed from their homepage.

EDIT: I'll see if I can compile it myself and I'll post the binaries here. I'm not sure if the thing will even work though since there might not be enough available nodes. The network is pretty much dead I think.

EDIT 2: Scratch that. I think I found the Windows binaries. They're here:

http://github.com/Lolcust/Tenebrix/downloads

EDIT 3: Just tested it and yup, I was right. No nodes so it's stuck at block 156:


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January 09, 2015, 11:06:31 PM
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The Tenebrix network is weak, but still functioning. I've sent and received TBX as recently as this year.

I usually sync the blockchain with my wallet every 6 months or so, usually during computer spring cleaning time, during which I delete all the junk crypto files that accumulate. I could never bring myself to delete my TBX files, however. Altcoins come and go and are nearly all rubbish, but the original alts like TBX seem worth saving for the lulz, the nostalgia, or the history.

The Fairbrix network is a bit stronger, I've noticed, but not by much. Of the old altcoins, Liquidcoin has the most spotty network and is the only one I can't consistently sync. I was able to mine LQC until the end of last year, but the network has become extremely weak since then.

I see no reason why Tenebrix code couldn't be updated. IXCoin and I0Coin have been updated, indirectly because they have benefited from being merge mined all these years, which not only secured their networks but also kept the coins in the crypto-consciousness; whereas the non-MM coins like TBX and FBX have been relegated to mostly leftover PCs and slow CPUs. Yet it wasn't long ago that IXCoin and I0Coin seemed just as ancient as TBX.


OK, so this time I tried downloading Fairbrix from the official page here:

http://github.com/coblee/Fairbrix/downloads

There are also updated versions of Fairbrix which wiggi released which incorporate some of Litecoin's features. You can find them by searching here on the forums or on Google. coblee didn't like them because he felt no need for Fairbrix to exist anymore, since Litecoin can now do everything that it does and more.

After downloading and running the official coblee client, it looks very similar to Tenebrix but unlike Tenebrix, the network is actually functional. I was able to connect to two nodes and can now download blocks. I'm currently at block 7,800. Thing's pretty fast too. I'll try mining some coins on my ancient laptop later. Shouldn't be too hard since the coin is abandoned:



UPDATE: Now I'm at 30,000 blocks. I'm not sure how long this will take. I still have only two connections though.

UPDATE 2: It's stuck at block 43,004. Not sure what's going on. I'll keep it running for a few more hours to see if it finally syncs.

UPDATE 3: Working again. 50,000th block.

UPDATE 4: 131,000 blocks downloaded. Still only two peers.

UPDATE 5: 240,000 blocks downloaded. Roughly nine hours has passed since chain began downloading.

UPDATE 6: 260,000 blocks downloaded. Since Fairbrix is roughly three years old and has a block time of 5 minutes, there should be slightly over 300,000 blocks. So it seems I'm getting close to the end.

UPDATE 7: 282,000 blocks downloaded. It's starting to get slower...

UPDATE 8: 282,671 blocks downloaded. Actually I think it's fully synced. Weird how it doesn't show it though... Huh

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November 10, 2015, 05:24:23 AM
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RIP

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August 08, 2016, 01:57:54 PM
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RIP my friend. Forever be remembered

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August 31, 2016, 09:36:59 PM
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first scrypt coin and still; alive Cheesy

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