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June 25, 2017, 08:44:04 AM
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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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June 27, 2017, 08:14:15 AM
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I think he wants to know the amount of coins staking, not the amount of wallets.

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June 27, 2017, 04:48:56 PM
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I think it was not yet posted here: We are trying to bring Blackcoin on Raspi. Because raspi doesn't use more than 5 watts of power (like 3 watts idle), is small and flexible it's an ideal device to have your wallet staking on it. Help securing the network and earn reward for very low energy cost compared to mining.

So we tried to write up some tutorials how to do it, also I have been working on a WebGUI you can use to access your coins, if you want to go headless.

Get the tutorials and codes here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/blackcoin/comments/6jmjen/webgui_for_the_blackpi_raspberry_blackcoin_wallet/

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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June 27, 2017, 08:42:25 PM
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Isnt Raspberry less then the average android phone, is it not feasible to stake from a phone.   I dont use mobile alot but I'm just thinking of all those people with expensive phones and its basically a computer, maybe their only one.  Its  mobile connection would be most of the reason why maybe.



Seems important to repeat, double check here on new sites and send small amounts on anything new.



I guess the person asking about weight already knew about this in the corner -

I have used the dump and import wallet and it helped btw.  Stake shows on explorer now though its maybe stuck on display, not sure.  Progress anyhow    [Display updated after like 10 hours to show the stake confirmed]

Bitcoin down some in its short term and medium term takes longer to observe, sells on bigger coins seems to weigh on all coins but blk is still within a positive trend even if its lost some of that lead it had

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June 27, 2017, 09:09:34 PM
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Isnt Raspberry less then the average android phone, is it not feasible to stake from a phone.   I dont use mobile alot but I'm just thinking of all those people with expensive phones and its basically a computer, maybe their only one.  Its  mobile connection would be most of the reason why maybe.



Seems important to repeat, double check here on new sites and send small amounts on anything new.



I guess the person asking about weight already knew about this in the corner -

I have used the dump and import wallet and it helped btw.  Stake shows on explorer now though its maybe stuck on display, not sure.  Progress anyhow

Bitcoin down some in its short term and medium term takes longer to observer, sells on bigger coins seems to weigh on all coins but blk is still within a positive trend even if its lost some of that lead it had


With phones I think the issue is more security than power, though it would be cool to have a staking phone app. Bet a lot of people would love the idea of mining crypto with their phones.
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June 27, 2017, 10:53:03 PM
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Where is Blackcoin mostly used for? Are there any sites i can pay with yet?

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June 27, 2017, 11:34:35 PM
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Where is Blackcoin mostly used for? Are there any sites i can pay with yet?



Any business that uses the payment processor CoinPayments accepts blackcoin. You can also apparently deposit into the Uquid Visa Debit Card directly with Blackcoin, if you want to spend anywhere that accepts Visa.

Obviously there's also Shapeshift, if you want to spend some wherever bitcoin is accepted too, would be subjected to the bitcoin confirmation time and fee though.
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June 28, 2017, 05:16:20 AM
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Isnt Raspberry less then the average android phone, is it not feasible to stake from a phone.   I dont use mobile alot but I'm just thinking of all those people with expensive phones and its basically a computer, maybe their only one.  Its  mobile connection would be most of the reason why maybe.

Yes, but you don't want to run around with 10,000 USD in your pocket any time, especially not on a phone that connects to different networks that you don't know.

A Raspi you can install on your own, secure it in your network and let it run on low power consumption under your desk or in a closet. You can access it via VNC or with the WebGUI, what ever you like more.

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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June 28, 2017, 07:13:28 AM
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Can I mine this or only POS now?

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Can I mine this or only POS now?

It was always PoS only, since 2014. That's one of the main points of this coin: To provide a stable, decentralized, PoS-only currency.

Only way to mine is is via prohashing.com where you can set Blackcoin payouts among other coins.

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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June 28, 2017, 02:08:12 PM
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I'm working on v5  Wink

Some progress there... It needs accounts, as opposed to UTXOs.
But there's a difficult question: UTXOs and accounts, or only accounts?
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I'm working on v5  Wink

Some progress there... It needs accounts, as opposed to UTXOs.
But there's a difficult question: UTXOs and accounts, or only accounts?

Simple  Tongue, so only accounts!
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I'm working on v5  Wink

Some progress there... It needs accounts, as opposed to UTXOs.
But there's a difficult question: UTXOs and accounts, or only accounts?

After reading about the issue of address reuse I think it wouldn't be that bad if accounts were used more (with different addresses). If you mean the same type of accounts here. But then it also has to have some kind of usability, so having that - what ever - running in the background would probably preferrable.

Btw great seeing you active and alife!

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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After reading about the issue of address reuse I think it wouldn't be that bad if accounts were used more (with different addresses). If you mean the same type of accounts here.

Account is a reusable address with its downsides.
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After reading about the issue of address reuse I think it wouldn't be that bad if accounts were used more (with different addresses). If you mean the same type of accounts here.

Account is a reusable address with its downsides.

is it this?
https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/Design-Rationale#accounts-and-not-utxos
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Yep
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After reading about the issue of address reuse I think it wouldn't be that bad if accounts were used more (with different addresses). If you mean the same type of accounts here.

Account is a reusable address with its downsides.

Yeah that's what I thought, so you'd need to have to generate new accounts frequently to prevent address reuse. Maybe an approach for PoS v5 that's more "under the hood" and doesn't bother users too much (because users will do mistakes) is the better way

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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https://nm.reddit.com/r/blackcoin/comments/6kbcez/fix_for_lore_wallet_which_showed_incorrect_balance
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