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June 18, 2017, 04:33:13 PM
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I don't mind trolls. If they're home-trained I may even adopt one.


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June 18, 2017, 08:50:32 PM
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I’ve created a simple Haskell application that lists burnt coins (in particular those created using the recently introduced “burn” command). It is named burnt-explorer and theoretically should work also with other Bitcoin-derived cryptocurrencies, though currently the blackcoind binary name is hard-coded.

Using that tool, the following message can be found in the 9ba558c64985d8452f4f65f47ea873d360e22e5697dcf6185125c4cbfaf4855b transaction:

“Big shout-out to janko33 for bringing Blackcoin to the 0.12 codebase |blackstat”

Besides the source code, a compiled Linux binary for 0.1.1 version is available (for 1 BLK).

Ercoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2071642): proof of stake, fair distribution, messages, accounts, flexible fees, original code
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June 20, 2017, 04:43:43 PM
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I could see a dedicated Blackcoin forum being useful for organizing various work and projects. A single thread on bitcointalk has limited utility, especially when most the people on Slack don't have an account here. Occasionally news is posted here, but it seems mostly like a trollbox, it doesn't seem all that useful.

This forum is not as limited in its breadth of audience, every post appears on google for example.   If we are part of a product wanting for it to propagate across the world, you want the ear of as many as possible even the entirely accidental viewer who knew nothing about blackcoin or even crypto.  Especially you want those who wouldnt otherwise know or recognise this brand beyond a passing name in list, its pretty important in that respect.
A dedicated forum for more specialist talk sure but thats not the audience, most people will never have a clue what the heck is behind btc or blk or any other protocol its just what it means to them personally.

36 threads had replies in the last 12 minutes for this sub section, for comparison of traffic.

  Growth has to encourage the plebs if anything, I must be one of them as every time my wallet stakes it never appears on the block chain explorer so I'm in disconnect somehow but its not apparent with any error.   I guess I'll post a debug log on slack or search a previous similar problem but I do think its beneficial if people can get an answer here also, because the audience is different and we dont want to turn anyone away.


This is active https://www.reddit.com/r/blackcoin/  40 viewers currently
Ive added it to my shortcuts because I always miss it on my feed where this thread does pop up for me, my fault no doubt



I added some BLK here as Ive failed in various market many times to add to a rising price and most I had is from 2016 which is good as I used btc to buy computer parts.  I presume BLK is in a consolidation range.   In the medium term its kept a positive trend, its not as neat as btc can be which I might upset some people as btc is volatile but it does follow chart patterns often anyway BLK short term is sideways which is fine also hence my add.   BTC keeps a positive trend medium term.


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June 20, 2017, 05:22:55 PM
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https://chromaway.com/post/2015/11/18/the-effect-of-colored-coins-on-bitcoin-security/

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https://eprint.iacr.org/2014/452

tl;dr; use POS Grin
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June 20, 2017, 05:57:53 PM
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Agreed, slack is horrible for bringing traffic. We need more posts here because they show up in search engines forever.
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Nope, no idea. Though I keep hearing about this OKcash, seems like minimalist version of Bitcoin, kind like the idea. What do you think guys? I'm thinking about buying some.
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June 22, 2017, 10:57:00 PM
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I think stake halvings as OKCash uses are a pretty terrible idea. For PoS dispersion is especially important and by incentivizing early hodling the coins don't get distributed well.


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June 23, 2017, 05:44:14 AM
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Yeah, that maybe, but doesn't change the fact it's a good coin.
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June 23, 2017, 06:12:55 AM
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Agreed, slack is horrible for bringing traffic. We need more posts here because they show up in search engines forever.

Slack is fine and is indexed in search engine, there is a bot which does it on purpose, everything you say will show up in search engines forever. Wink
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Yeah, that maybe, but doesn't change the fact it's a good coin.

It is a good coin, been with it since 2014  Grin
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June 24, 2017, 06:22:43 AM
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Agreed, slack is horrible for bringing traffic. We need more posts here because they show up in search engines forever.

Slack is fine and is indexed in search engine, there is a bot which does it on purpose, everything you say will show up in search engines forever. Wink

I also think slack works fine. And it is also a channel where those who do not know blackcoin can have access to a lot of information, we always have the help and attention of veterans janko33, blackstat, and the others (are many) Grin.

I learn a lot there. We need to attract more people to Slack. Is more dynamic Wink

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Agreed, slack is horrible for bringing traffic. We need more posts here because they show up in search engines forever.

Slack is fine and is indexed in search engine, there is a bot which does it on purpose, everything you say will show up in search engines forever. Wink

I also think slack works fine. And it is also a channel where those who do not know blackcoin can have access to a lot of information, we always have the help and attention of veterans janko33, blackstat, and the others (are many) Grin.

I learn a lot there. We need to attract more people to Slack. Is more dynamic Wink


Hey guys, I am interesting in BLK.

How is the stake/harvest working? should I just put minimum amount of BLK's on my wallet and I can an annual fee's?
Do I need to keep wallet open ?
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There were hundreds of thousands in 2014. We bought, sold, exchanged. All blackcoins that we have consumed.

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There's no minimum required to stake, but because each coin has an equal chance of staking, a low amount will stake less often (still proportionally equal on a yearly basis) so it's likely to take longer before you see the first stake. 
And yes your wallet needs to be open at all time to be eligible for stakes. You can still encrypt it so it's still safe, but you can't lock it.   


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June 25, 2017, 04:01:24 AM
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Agreed, slack is horrible for bringing traffic. We need more posts here because they show up in search engines forever.

Slack is fine and is indexed in search engine, there is a bot which does it on purpose, everything you say will show up in search engines forever. Wink

I also think slack works fine. And it is also a channel where those who do not know blackcoin can have access to a lot of information, we always have the help and attention of veterans janko33, blackstat, and the others (are many) Grin.

I learn a lot there. We need to attract more people to Slack. Is more dynamic Wink


Hey guys, I am interesting in BLK.

How is the stake/harvest working? should I just put minimum amount of BLK's on my wallet and I can an annual fee's?
Do I need to keep wallet open ?

There are 1.5 each block, and anual interest are, depending on network weight (all staking wallets), 1-8%
That means, you will get that percent of your balance per year as block reward. There is no minimum but if you had, let's say 150 BLK and there is 1% interest, you'd get one block per year, with 1500 BLK 10 blocks and so on.
However at the moment the reward is more like 5%, so 150 BLK would create like 5 Blocks per year.

Stake your Blackcoins on a Raspberry Pi and earn rewards at low energy cost: https://www.reddit.com/r/blackcoin/comments/6jmjen/webgui_for_the_black
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Are there any (public) daemons online that can be queried with RPC commands? I'd like to query getmininginfo but I don't think I can do it via this one:

https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status?q=getMiningInfo

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Are there any (public) daemons online that can be queried with RPC commands? I'd like to query getmininginfo but I don't think I can do it via this one:

https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status?q=getMiningInfo

Nice to see you still here maarx Wink

Node on that server has no coins, it cannot stake, it even does not have staking capabilities yet.
As Lore gets more and more less buggy, daemon will be replaced with Lore and have capabilities to stake.
Still there will be no coins on the server, payblk saves wallet on local device.
Server will enable remote staking feature, will broadcast block with stake transaction from payblk.

rpc metods are the same a bticore has,

bws is running there
https://payblk.blackcoin.io/bws
https://github.com/bitpay/bitcore-wallet-service#rest-api

insight-api
https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status
https://github.com/bitpay/insight-api#api-http-endpoints
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Are there any (public) daemons online that can be queried with RPC commands? I'd like to query getmininginfo but I don't think I can do it via this one:

https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status?q=getMiningInfo

Nice to see you still here maarx Wink

Node on that server has no coins, it cannot stake, it even does not have staking capabilities yet.
As Lore gets more and more less buggy, daemon will be replaced with Lore and have capabilities to stake.
Still there will be no coins on the server, payblk saves wallet on local device.
Server will enable remote staking feature, will broadcast block with stake transaction from payblk.

rpc metods are the same a bticore has,

bws is running there
https://payblk.blackcoin.io/bws
https://github.com/bitpay/bitcore-wallet-service#rest-api

insight-api
https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status
https://github.com/bitpay/insight-api#api-http-endpoints

Hey janko, thanks for your reply Smiley
I've played around a bit with insight, but I don't think it has what I'm looking for. I'm interested in the method that exposes the networks' weight. (getmininginfo)

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June 26, 2017, 01:36:20 AM
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I wouldnt bother saying normally because blk chart isnt that trendy, but its looking bullish now so worth piping up.  Sideways for a while, ceiling formed to that range.  Beats the ceiling, breaks range and you have quite good move up which means not that much beyond a flash unless it holds and it confirms.    So right now its trying to do that confirm previous ceiling as support and build into a proper gain.  Thats how I read it and my general opinion is bullish, I try not to be biased because thats pointless and hopefully I'll have the sense to add at least a little as Ive often failed to add to positive trends which is a mistake Ive made too often.

The machine I put to staking is the devil itself but I may have to mess around with that first as Ive not bothered to get it in order and then add some after that.

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June 26, 2017, 12:41:00 PM
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Are there any (public) daemons online that can be queried with RPC commands? I'd like to query getmininginfo but I don't think I can do it via this one:

https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status?q=getMiningInfo

Nice to see you still here maarx Wink

Node on that server has no coins, it cannot stake, it even does not have staking capabilities yet.
As Lore gets more and more less buggy, daemon will be replaced with Lore and have capabilities to stake.
Still there will be no coins on the server, payblk saves wallet on local device.
Server will enable remote staking feature, will broadcast block with stake transaction from payblk.

rpc metods are the same a bticore has,

bws is running there
https://payblk.blackcoin.io/bws
https://github.com/bitpay/bitcore-wallet-service#rest-api

insight-api
https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/status
https://github.com/bitpay/insight-api#api-http-endpoints

Hey janko, thanks for your reply Smiley
I've played around a bit with insight, but I don't think it has what I'm looking for. I'm interested in the method that exposes the networks' weight. (getmininginfo)

What do you aim to achieve? The network weight is an estimator of staking funds based the difficulty. You get the difficulty from the block header. The network weight calculation is implemented as a linear function of the (running window) averaged difficulty. 
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