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June 29, 2014, 06:16:10 PM
Last edit: June 29, 2014, 06:37:10 PM by pepi
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I dont understand why you argue.
If it is premined , and if it is unprofitable then stop mining and go to the other coins!
Simple fact.
Currently on my hardware I can make few $ every day since I know that BCN is worth or 0.00000009 or 0.00000010. All other coins drop to zero very fast, this is still on some borderline... For me, this is best coin ( for now) When price goes beyond 0.00000008 then I will stop mining it and go to another coin. Simple story Smiley
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June 29, 2014, 06:27:17 PM
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I dont understand why you argue.
If it is premined , and if it is unprofitable then stop mining and go to the other coins!
Simple fact.
Currently on my hardware I can make few $ every day since I know that BCN is worth or 0.00000009 or 0.00000010. All other coins drop to zero very fast, this is still on some borderline... For me, this is best coin ( for mow) When price goes beyond 0.00000008 then I will stop mining it and go to another coin. Simple story Smiley
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its really not the complicated of an issue.

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June 29, 2014, 06:41:46 PM
Last edit: June 29, 2014, 11:50:42 PM by CoinCube
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Has the way the binaries work changed since the update.

Just got around to updating the binaries (I use linux)
I downloaded the new bytecoin-linux.tar file, extracted it and copied over my existing files
with the ones in the binary.

However,
When I run ./launch bytecoind I get permission denied
when I run sudo ./launch bytecoind I get ./launch command not found

Edit:

Solved the problem by using the command
chmod u+x simplewallet
chmod u+x bytecoind

then running
./bytecoind instead of ./launch bytecoind
and
./simplewallet instead of ./launch simplewallet

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June 30, 2014, 09:32:22 AM
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I updated my binaries and had absolutely no issues or problems at all!  Grin

Thanks devs!  Smiley

BTW - mining with minerd and Claymore I am finding that this is by far the most profitable coin out there short term. However I am holding this long term due to it being the original CrytoNote. I think that the other parameters also point towards it being The mainstream breakout currency at some point in the middle term.


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June 30, 2014, 10:32:18 AM
 #2805

I updated my binaries and had absolutely no issues or problems at all!  Grin

Thanks devs!  Smiley

BTW - mining with minerd and Claymore I am finding that this is by far the most profitable coin out there short term. However I am holding this long term due to it being the original CrytoNote. I think that the other parameters also point towards it being The mainstream breakout currency at some point in the middle term.

I would like to add that after spending some times trying to mine some other CN-based coins I've understood that BCN devs have the least number of bugs when they improve coins!

So I pretty understand your point of view  Smiley

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June 30, 2014, 10:52:51 AM
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What has happen with the guy (wildboy211) who forgot his wallet password?
Has anyone tried to recover his pass?
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June 30, 2014, 11:08:15 AM
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What has happen with the guy (wildboy211) who forgot his wallet password?
Has anyone tried to recover his pass?

That's like 0,000099% possibility to recover the password. I think it's more possible to see a unicorn than to open that wallet.
 

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June 30, 2014, 11:25:42 AM
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What has happen with the guy (wildboy211) who forgot his wallet password?
Has anyone tried to recover his pass?

That's like 0,000099% possibility to recover the password. I think it's more possible to see a unicorn than to open that wallet.
 

I've spend a couple of days trying to recover it but, unfortunately, unsuccessfully
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June 30, 2014, 12:12:05 PM
 #2809

Has the way the binaries work changed since the update.

Just got around to updating the binaries (I use linux)
I downloaded the new bytecoin-linux.tar file, extracted it and copied over my existing files
with the ones in the binary.

However,
When I run ./launch bytecoind I get permission denied
when I run sudo ./launch bytecoind I get ./launch command not found

Edit:

Solved the problem by using the command
chmod u+x simplewallet
chmod u+x bytecoind

then running
./bytecoind instead of ./launch bytecoind
and
./simplewallet instead of ./launch simplewallet


The update they've done is great! I can't stop to be amazed about BCN devs.
BCN dev team must be proud of the project and significant changes they've made to BCN.
Thanks a lot for updating APi and moving block chain out of RAM.
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June 30, 2014, 12:16:59 PM
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Has the way the binaries work changed since the update.

Just got around to updating the binaries (I use linux)
I downloaded the new bytecoin-linux.tar file, extracted it and copied over my existing files
with the ones in the binary.

However,
When I run ./launch bytecoind I get permission denied
when I run sudo ./launch bytecoind I get ./launch command not found

Edit:

Solved the problem by using the command
chmod u+x simplewallet
chmod u+x bytecoind

then running
./bytecoind instead of ./launch bytecoind
and
./simplewallet instead of ./launch simplewallet


The update they've done is great! I can't stop to be amazed about BCN devs.
BCN dev team must be proud of the project and significant changes they've made to BCN.
Thanks a lot for updating APi and moving block chain out of RAM.

That's because developers are able to change the code to promote coin. Although they 've done only a few changes in compare with another coins but this few important changes cost a lot

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June 30, 2014, 12:23:54 PM
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What do you think, how much satoshi will BCN costs at the end of the year?
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June 30, 2014, 12:28:15 PM
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How come so many experts are warning this coin is a scam?

Is it true this bytecoin bcn is trying to confuse people with the real bytecoin bte?
Is it true this bytecoin bcn is premined?

How come this coin's original promoters a few months ago used names similar to those used by the other bytecoin?
Were they trying to confuse people into thinking this bytecoin was around a long time, when in fact it is new?

I don't know if I should be wary of this coin since so many people are warning it looks like a scam.

I don't know about the real bytecoin (BTE), but this Bytecoin (BCN) has a premine of 82% by a small group of people.

It was secretly released in 2012 to a small group of people and has been mined by them for around 2 years until it was officially released to the public this March of 2014. Those people, mined 82% of all Bytecoins, or over 150billion Bytecoins total. The max coin supply for Bytecoin is 180billion, so they own over 82% of all Bytecoins there is. The Bytecoin Blockchain shows everything.

I would call this a very severe premine.

Also, mining Bytecoin is Unprofitable. The other cryptonote coins are 10x more profitable to mine than this coin, since BCN has nonexistent buy support..
Once again another absolute false statement.  this one is almost humorous. lol

LOL, false statement? Provide Any evidence otherwise.

My evidence is the Bytecoin Blockchain, which you cant argue with..All the proof is there, the 82% premine.
my evidence would be the $10,000k I have made off of bcn in the last month .

What pc do you use to mine?? I've mined much less than you

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June 30, 2014, 03:22:10 PM
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I've sent some bcn to poloni about 36 hours ago.
Not the first time im doing that, so everything was correct.
But, havent received anything @poloni, any1 knows what could be the problem?
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June 30, 2014, 03:33:09 PM
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I've sent some bcn to poloni about 36 hours ago.
Not the first time im doing that, so everything was correct.
But, havent received anything @poloni, any1 knows what could be the problem?

Try to update your binaries and delete poolstate.bin.

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June 30, 2014, 03:35:47 PM
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did downloaded new binaries, do i need to delete any old? i just put in new folder.
poolstate.bin i can't find
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did downloaded new binaries, do i need to delete any old? i just put in new folder.
poolstate.bin i can't find


As a rule it is situated there: C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\bytecoin (for Win) or C:/HOME/user/.bytecoin (for Linux)

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June 30, 2014, 04:27:01 PM
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what about errors i get in deamon?
transaction is too big.... transaction verification failed
?
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June 30, 2014, 04:37:14 PM
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what about errors i get in deamon?
transaction is too big.... transaction verification failed
?

I think that's because a lot of people still haven't updated their binaries.
So if you can get and send coins without problems you shouldn't worry about that messages. However I may be wrong

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June 30, 2014, 05:15:33 PM
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Guys! BCN community creates a media fund!

We need to increase the media activity around our lovely Bytecoin.

We will create a special resource that will allow us to get the latest content about BCN.

You will be able to contribute your pics, videos, articles etc and get reward for it.

Any type of website content sharing will also earn you amazing rewards.


Every one involved would be rewarded with a fine amount. And as usual we are offering to invest in the idea. This will help increase BCN and our equity in the future!

Invest in Bytecoin media fund, send some BCN to this address

Code:
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Now there's 3,420,000 BCN in the Bytecoin media fund



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