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January 29, 2015, 09:45:28 PM
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The only problem I've seen with 100% PoS coins are mini-forks, although they do correct themselves, but isn't good for merchant adoption for transactions to get reversed if they are on the wrong chain. I'm not sure if this has been fixed or not, I haven't heard anything.

Yes, this is true. I personally wouldn't go for 100% POS. If think combination of POS and POW is best.
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January 29, 2015, 09:56:03 PM
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The only problem I've seen with 100% PoS coins are mini-forks, although they do correct themselves, but isn't good for merchant adoption for transactions to get reversed if they are on the wrong chain. I'm not sure if this has been fixed or not, I haven't heard anything.

not sure what mini-forks you are referring too, but if it's the ones caused when a large wallet opens up after being offline for a long period of time, I believe there is a simple fix for it.

This scenario causes the large wallet to stake tonnes (sometimes hundreds upon hundreds) of blocks in a row at a much quicker rate when opened.  This causes a huge slow down on block creation once the large wallet has finished staking as the diff was increased vastly due to massive amount of network weight it added.  This scenario can be avoided by putting a cap on the maximum weight (max age?) that the coins can accumulated, thus limiting the change in network weight when a large bag holder opens there wallet.  I think in a scenario like this also opens the door for someone much smarter than myself to exploit the coin.  We obviously do not want this to happen.

I know Lemons is very well aware of all exploits and will not allow Hempcoin to be susceptible to any known flaws, rest assured.

I am dwelling beyond my understanding of the blockchain (so please tell me I am wrong if warranted), if the max coin age is capped it should not be capped too much so that actual interest earned is less than advertised/intended.  I know another coin that has a very low max coin age, but it seems to be lowering the interest earned since it is just about impossible for all my coin chunks to stake before hitting the max age.  It looks like once the coins hit the max age, they are no longer earning interest.

This brings up a question that has been on my mind, is it possible to limit the weight accumulated by a chunk of coins, but not limit the amount of interest they earn ?

And yet another thing on my mind; is a 45 day maturing period a good thing for Hempcoin ?  I understand the novelty behind choosing this period, but is it actually helpful for the coin ?

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On another note, I can imagine some of you are getting frustrated as you are anxiously awaiting the release of a working POS wallet.

Lemons may not get stuff done as quickly as some would hope for, but I assure you he is working on it and the finished product will work as he intends it too.  He has a real job just like the rest of us and he doesn't get paid for the work he does on Hempcoin, so I am very appreciative for the time he does put towards Hempcoin.

Thank you Lemons ! Don't be shy to ask for help, I am sure we have community members who can do some digging around for you.

I know it has already been said in the forum recently, but just wanted to re-iterate; It is very hard to give a timeline when you are developing code, the simplest problems can take days, or even weeks to figure out.  then you get a lightbulb moment and realize you defined something one line to early or misplaced a semi-colon, or any other of the countless rudimentary typos.  these are what I remember as the most frustrating problems when I was coding back in college.

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:-(  I know the Hempcoin community is better than this.

PPS: one more day to get our volume up on Bittrex..... unless a working POS wallet comes out tonight, we might need that mysterious clever person to fake it once again this time around.  Obviously not ideal, but better than getting de-listed.


Capping max age is good think. Coins that are 100% POS usually have 7 days or 14 days cap. But for hybrid coin, current 90 days cap is good.

I'll explain to you why is it taking so long:
As you probably now, we are currently using new Novacoin as base. For some reason (probably something wrong with StakeModifier calculation), POS doesn't work. I noticed, that (now dead) coin URODARK also uses latest Novacoin and their POS is working. So I thought I'll implement their fix. However, I discovered that their fix is very insecure (basically just disabling StakeModifier), so I don't want to go that way.

I'll ask Novacoin devs if they could help and if not, I think we have 3 possibilities:

- migrate to NeoScrypt/POS coin = this wouldn't make ASIC owners happy (but I don't know how many of those are in Hempcoin community)
- go 100% POS = theoretically good, but 100% POS coins don't seem to be very successful
- swich to multi-algo = both ASIC and GPU owners could mine. No POS, depends on your POV if it's big disadvantage or not.
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January 29, 2015, 10:02:04 PM
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And yet another thing on my mind; is a 45 day maturing period a good thing for Hempcoin ?  I understand the novelty behind choosing this period, but is it actually helpful for the coin ?


You really have to be long-term holder to get the stake. That's probably good. How I understand it, this feature (45 day min-age) is in Hempcoin just for this reason. To give some reward to long term holders.
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January 29, 2015, 10:10:20 PM
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I like the "migrate to NeoScrypt/POS coin" idea right now.

Just make sure that all wallets are forward compatible. Every wallet that someone has today should still work in 5 years and have their coins in it without them doing anything.



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January 29, 2015, 10:11:12 PM
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I am dwelling beyond my understanding of the blockchain (so please tell me I am wrong if warranted), if the max coin age is capped it should not be capped too much so that actual interest earned is less than advertised/intended.  I know another coin that has a very low max coin age, but it seems to be lowering the interest earned since it is just about impossible for all my coin chunks to stake before hitting the max age.  It looks like once the coins hit the max age, they are no longer earning interest.


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COINS * (AGE/365) * PERCENTAGE
this is formula for reward

so if you have 100 one day old coins and interest is 10%...
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100 * 0.00273 * 0.1 = 0.0273 coin reward

if you have 7 days old coins...

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100 * 0.0191 * 0.1 = 0.191 coin reward

if you have 365 days old coins

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100 * 0.0191 * 0.1 = 0.191 coin reward because age is capped at 7 days

So...you kinda get less than advertised? But it's your fault, because you are not staking often enough. This is actually purpose of capping max age. To ensure that people stake often.
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January 29, 2015, 10:13:00 PM
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I like the "migrate to NeoScrypt/POS coin" idea right now.

Just make sure that all wallets for forward compatible. Every wallet that someone has today should still work in 5 years and have their coins in it without them doing anything.


Me too. Making wallets forward compatible is easy, but... one would need to make script that will snapshot balance of all addresses and than send it to same addresses on upgraded wallet.
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January 29, 2015, 10:20:18 PM
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I like the "migrate to NeoScrypt/POS coin" idea right now.

Just make sure that all wallets for forward compatible. Every wallet that someone has today should still work in 5 years and have their coins in it without them doing anything.


Me too. Making wallets forward compatible is easy, but... one would need to make script that will snapshot balance of all addresses and than send it to same addresses on upgraded wallet.


I would say @killsig would be the person to do this but I haven't seen him around here much. The block explorer is great and I'm sure he has way more knowledge on this topic than I have.

If he doesn't show up in the next week or 2, I will do it.


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January 29, 2015, 10:22:41 PM
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I like the "migrate to NeoScrypt/POS coin" idea right now.

Just make sure that all wallets for forward compatible. Every wallet that someone has today should still work in 5 years and have their coins in it without them doing anything.


Me too. Making wallets forward compatible is easy, but... one would need to make script that will snapshot balance of all addresses and than send it to same addresses on upgraded wallet.


I would say killsig would be the person to do this but I haven't seen him around here much.

If he doesn't show up in the next week or 2, I will do it.


First step would probably be making XML (or whatever machine-readable) file with all non-zero balances. Then publishing this list, verifying it by community and then run another script that will send same amount to those addresses.
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January 29, 2015, 10:24:37 PM
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The only problem I've seen with 100% PoS coins are mini-forks, although they do correct themselves, but isn't good for merchant adoption for transactions to get reversed if they are on the wrong chain. I'm not sure if this has been fixed or not, I haven't heard anything.

Yes, this is true. I personally wouldn't go for 100% POS. If think combination of POS and POW is best.


And yet another thing on my mind; is a 45 day maturing period a good thing for Hempcoin ?  I understand the novelty behind choosing this period, but is it actually helpful for the coin ?


You really have to be long-term holder to get the stake. That's probably good. How I understand it, this feature (45 day min-age) is in Hempcoin just for this reason. To give some reward to long term holders.


OC is 14 min 28 max and we have the problem of the mini-fork. Since April of 2014, we only had forking problems just recently, as yes it was due to a large amount staking as bocyaj was getting at. But we must prepare for that instance if 100% PoS. Having a longer min age would possibly cause the blockchain to stall for (possibly) days from lack of staking, as well. I agree PoW/PoS combo is best, we may need to have a real low block reward of 1 (or a few more?) THC when the real PoW is done, just to help ensure PoW stays active, while still mining for TX fees as the bonus.

Addition: if PoW/PoS combo, then min age doesn't make a difference.

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January 29, 2015, 11:02:22 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.



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January 29, 2015, 11:07:17 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.

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January 29, 2015, 11:07:57 PM
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I like the "migrate to NeoScrypt/POS coin" idea right now.

Just make sure that all wallets for forward compatible. Every wallet that someone has today should still work in 5 years and have their coins in it without them doing anything.


Me too. Making wallets forward compatible is easy, but... one would need to make script that will snapshot balance of all addresses and than send it to same addresses on upgraded wallet.


I would say killsig would be the person to do this but I haven't seen him around here much.

If he doesn't show up in the next week or 2, I will do it.


First step would probably be making XML (or whatever machine-readable) file with all non-zero balances. Then publishing this list, verifying it by community and then run another script that will send same amount to those addresses.


I found a blockparser for bitcoin that tells exactly this in one of the features:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=940541.0

I wonder if it works for POS/POW coins though.



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January 29, 2015, 11:12:17 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.


Are you thinking that we should drop the POW block reward and extend mining more evenly over the next 20 years?


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January 29, 2015, 11:21:43 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.


Are you thinking that we should drop the POW block reward and extend mining more evenly over the next 20 years?



If it takes 5 years for THC to get popular... POW mining would look like a scam to me. After 10 years POW is just stupid. Better even out the block rewards over the next 15 years and have minimum 1 coin reward for the next 100 years.
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January 29, 2015, 11:24:15 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.


Are you thinking that we should drop the POW block reward and extend mining more evenly over the next 20 years?



If it takes 5 years for THC to get popular... POW mining would look like a scam to me. After 10 years POW is just stupid. Better even out the block rewards over the next 15 years and have minimum 1 coin reward for the next 100 years.

Yes I think have it more evenly spread because once crypto is mainstream there will be no mining left for THC.

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January 29, 2015, 11:33:35 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.


Are you thinking that we should drop the POW block reward and extend mining more evenly over the next 20 years?



If it takes 5 years for THC to get popular... POW mining would look like a scam to me. After 10 years POW is just stupid. Better even out the block rewards over the next 15 years and have minimum 1 coin reward for the next 100 years.

Yes I think have it more evenly spread because once crypto is mainstream there will be no mining left for THC.


THC is a valuable thing. We have to be smart about planning a 5 year, 10 year, 20 year, 50 year mining payment schedule.

I think there's something like 110,000,000 coins left to be mined. The non competitive low mining difficulty is already a large early adopter bonus.

assuming 500,000 POW blocks a year I like:

5 years at 10 coins = 25,000,000
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10 years at 5 coins = 25,000,000
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20 years at 2.5 coins = 25,000,000
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that leaves 70 more years at 1 coin block reward.




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January 29, 2015, 11:37:56 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.


Are you thinking that we should drop the POW block reward and extend mining more evenly over the next 20 years?



If it takes 5 years for THC to get popular... POW mining would look like a scam to me. After 10 years POW is just stupid. Better even out the block rewards over the next 15 years and have minimum 1 coin reward for the next 100 years.

Yes I think have it more evenly spread because once crypto is mainstream there will be no mining left for THC.


THC is a valuable thing. We have to be smart about planning a 5 year, 10 year, 20 year, 50 year mining payment schedule.

I think there's something like 110,000,000 coins left to be mined. The non competitive low mining difficulty is already a large early adopter bonus.

assuming 500,000 POW blocks a year I like:

5 years at 10 coins = 25,000,000
+
10 years at 5 coins = 25,000,000
+
20 years at 2.5 coins = 25,000,000
+
that leaves 70 more years at 1 coin block reward.



I like that, the long term block rewards make sense to me.

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January 29, 2015, 11:58:00 PM
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Another thought,

There are still lots of hempcoins left to be mined. I think this was really good. We can now extend the POW mining period for a long time. My thought is to decrease block reward to 10 coins for the next 3 years. Then 5 coins for awhile. Then back into a block halving.

I see some benefit to allowing miners to successfully mine coins for many years without there being a thought that they "missed out" because they didn't mine earlier.


future years on current schedule:
1 -> 62.5
2 -> 31.25
3 -> 15.625
4 -> 7.8125
5 -> 3.90625
6 -> 1.953125
7 -> 0.9765625
...
10 -> pretty much 0


I think cryptocoins are still 3 to 5 years away from being something huge. I want there to be something to mine at that time when hempcoin really needs POW miners.




I think halving is kind of a dumb idea. Why do people do it? at some point when we get down to 1 coin block reward it should never go below that. There should be a point where block halving stops. Sometimes people even increase the block rewards.


Are you thinking that we should drop the POW block reward and extend mining more evenly over the next 20 years?



If it takes 5 years for THC to get popular... POW mining would look like a scam to me. After 10 years POW is just stupid. Better even out the block rewards over the next 15 years and have minimum 1 coin reward for the next 100 years.

Yes I think have it more evenly spread because once crypto is mainstream there will be no mining left for THC.


THC is a valuable thing. We have to be smart about planning a 5 year, 10 year, 20 year, 50 year mining payment schedule.

I think there's something like 110,000,000 coins left to be mined. The non competitive low mining difficulty is already a large early adopter bonus.

assuming 500,000 POW blocks a year I like:

5 years at 10 coins = 25,000,000
+
10 years at 5 coins = 25,000,000
+
20 years at 2.5 coins = 25,000,000
+
that leaves 70 more years at 1 coin block reward.



I like that, the long term block rewards make sense to me.


This might have a negative effect on the short time mining over the next year though. The mining difficulty of 3 might drop to 0.3. There would need to be POS blocks confirming that the POW blocks are not trying to do one of those 51% attacks.


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January 30, 2015, 12:26:28 AM
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That means we need to compliment the reward schedule with a reason (like investing in actual tangible hemp or futures) for the price to be competing for the MP's attention. That's when you know the coin is popular and stable enough.

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That means we need to compliment the reward schedule with a reason (like investing in actual tangible hemp or futures) for the price to be competing for the MP's attention. That's when you know the coin is popular and stable enough.

I'm sure this will happen one day. It might take years.... might happen tomorrow.

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