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March 17, 2015, 03:40:09 PM
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nitassin you should trying to install boost 1.4 and berkeley 4.8 db, it should work

I am using Ubuntu 15.4 Vivid Velvet with CMake 3.4, GCC 4.9 & Boost 1.57

Boost 1.4* Which Sub Version? What's the Problem? But we need Boost 1.53 Onwards.....

Try to build Bytecoin using dependencies that are specified in README file on GitHub: GCC 4.7.3, CMake 2.8.6, and Boost 1.53

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March 18, 2015, 04:25:43 PM
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I want to copy a couple of the latest news from our community site.

03/03/2015 Bytecoin Charts are back

Bytecoiner's Charts section works well again. Many thanks to Mike and other Bytecoiner guys for technical support and advices.

Enjoy Bytecoin block reward, difficulty and estimated hash rate graphs: http://bytecoiner.org/charts.php


Oh! It's great to look through correlated characteristics of the coin and make all necessary conclusions at a glance! Useful tool Smiley
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March 21, 2015, 07:19:42 PM
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Hello,

I've never seen this happen before, but when I link to bytecoin.org lately, it shows the following:

"This Connection is Untrusted"

(etc)

bytecoin.org uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate expired on 03/04/2015 03:59 PM. The current time is 03/21/2015 12:12 PM. (Error code: sec_error_expired_certificate)

OK bytecoin folk... get your certificate back up because I feel uncomfortable about directing traffic to your site (which I have been doing) for people to download and get info from being that your cert is expired.  This is very basic stuff for cryptocurrency related sites esp. for those where people pass through to get their downloads.

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March 23, 2015, 09:41:33 AM
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Hello,

I've never seen this happen before, but when I link to bytecoin.org lately, it shows the following:

"This Connection is Untrusted"

(etc)

bytecoin.org uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate expired on 03/04/2015 03:59 PM. The current time is 03/21/2015 12:12 PM. (Error code: sec_error_expired_certificate)

OK bytecoin folk... get your certificate back up because I feel uncomfortable about directing traffic to your site (which I have been doing) for people to download and get info from being that your cert is expired.  This is very basic stuff for cryptocurrency related sites esp. for those where people pass through to get their downloads.

Thank you for the report.

We are fixing it right now.

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Unbelievable BNC is still alive  Wink Very nice news.

SUNSET TERMINATOR / D1000

http://bytecoin.org/blog#03-30-15

I like Bytecoin (BCN). BYTECOIN.ORG the best to mine with MinerGate
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Today is March 31th 2015, which is the 1001st day of Bytecoin's existence, and we are honored to present our new website and Bytecoin development roadmap for 2015.

On the anniversary of Bytecoin, we have launched a new website, which embodies our philosophy of reliability and convenience. We continue to gradually implement our mission and create a new efficient financial system that would enhance the classical one.

We are making considerable efforts to help in building the new economy, and doing our best to make the world of tomorrow differ from the world of today. Such grand task as changing the economical paradigm requires assistance not only from cryptographers and programmers, but from specialists in social fields, like economists, lawyers and sociologists, as well. These people are the ones who mostly help in creating a cryptocurrency not for itself, but cryptocurrency for other people, for the world.

The presence of large number of teams and ideas that they implement increases possibility for the new economy to be really new. It means that it would not be the 20th century economy + the Internet, but rather a brand new Economy: a system that has never existed before, the one that creates new patterns for people interaction in virtual reality.

And we are making our own contribution to this new economy. A reliable cryptocurrency is a must, but it is not enough. After developing the Bytecoin Core we moved our focus to creating the add-ons that would be convenient for users and businessmen, for all those who will create the new economy by becoming a part of it!

Welcome to the new Bytecoin website:




Bytecoin Roadmap

Bytecoin software is presented with two development branches, Bytecoin Reference Client and Bytecoin Wallet. The first one refers to the original CryptoNote console daemon and simplewallet binaries, while the latter is the graphical wallet for end-users. Bytecoin Wallet roadmap depends on Bytecoin Reference Client features, so versioning is the same for both Bytecoin branches.

Here is the visual representation of Bytecoin roadmap. The features are briefly covered below. One thing to mention, these are not some vague plans scheduled for 2050; every feature mentioned in this post is being either researched or developed actively. We aim to significantly improve CryptoNote protocol and give birth to broad ecosystem on top of Bytecoin network.

The majority of the updates has been discussed with CryptoNote team members to ensure that our work is aligned with their philosophy and vision. However, it is completely up to them to decide which of them should be included into CryptoNote's official codebase and become part of CryptoNote's core features.

There are going to be more great features coming out this year. It's high time CryptoNote technology become more user-friendly to ultimately drive mass adoption to the platform and all CryptoNote currencies. Even though the cryptographic protocol behind CryptoNote's anonymous transactions is well-tested and robust, there is still a lot of work ahead. That is why Bytecoin team puts a lot of effort to make whole CryptoNote ecosystem reach a radically new level.

You may follow the progress on Bytecoin website. The page is going to be updated with each Bytecoin release.




v.1.0.3

Low-level API for ordinary and multisig transactions

Bytecoin low-level API interface provides 3rd party developers with a flexible access to CryptoNote transactions engine. It covers CryptoNote's core functions that allow to create, validate, sign, and broadcast any kind of transaction including multisig.


Instant transaction notification

With this feature CryptoNote transactions become real-time. When Alice broadcasts her newly created Bytecoin transaction to Bob, his wallet will immediately recognize it and update Bob's pending balance before the transaction is included in the blockchain.


Simplewallet migration to high-level API

Legacy simplewallet code is completely re-written with the new high-level API libraries. This allows new Bytecoin simplewallet to process blocks and transactions 20% faster. It also acts as a showcase for Bytecoin high-level API for wallets. As for the user experience, it still the same CryptoNote wallet you're all used to, with a whole new engine under its hood.


In-process INode for applications

INode interface is Bytecoin's high-level API library that provides network node functionality. Its in-process implementation allows to launch an instance of Bytecoin daemon inside any C++ application. As an example, it allows Bytecoin Wallet to run a native network node. What's more, if you have a local Bytecoin daemon running, INode will connect to it rather than create a new in-app instance. This update marks the start of Bytecoin lightweight wallet development, a long-awaited feature in CryptoNote ecosystem.


Bytecoin GUI Wallet

Bytecoin team has designed an elegant graphic wallet. Bytecoin Wallet is much more than just a user-friendly implementation of simplewallet's functions. Our team has spent months prototyping, running A/B tests, and focus groups. The result is the well-polished application focused on user experience.


v.1.0.4

Payment gateway designed for highload

Bytecoin payment gateway offers a new integration scheme for businesses that accept Bytecoin. It is a robust daemonized wallet that is capable of receiving and sending thousands Bytecoin transactions simultaneously. Designed for highload, payment gateway is 50 times faster than simplewallet and meets the requirements of the most sophisticated business cases that may emerge on top of CryptoNote.

Daemon refactoring and optimization

The data serialization code among various CryptoNote components is significantly updated. This feature improves Bytecoin code maintainability and is extremely important for future updates. It enhances CryptoNote code modularity and allows Bytecoin team to tremendously increase software test coverage.


Improved console logging

Bytecoin logging module is largely updated and standardized, both in daemon and simplewallet.


Color themes

This update provides Bytecoin users with a new set of color themes for Bytecoin Wallet. Even though our main focus is hardcore protocol features, we believe it's time for CryptoNote to become more user-friendly.


v.1.0.5

Multiple wallet addresses

Multiple wallet addresses is a secure scheme for CryptoNote transactions identification. Implemented in payment gateway, it takes payment processing to a whole new level. It may well be the largest update to CryptoNote cryptographic protocol since 2012.

New network library

CryptoNote network layer is being migrated to a new library. Unlike epee library that has been used previously in all CryptoNote currencies, the new solution makes node's behavior much more predictable in runtime. This update splits CryptoNote network and worker threads and is a prerequisite for further multi-threading behavior optimization.

Network-wide real-time transactions synchronization

This feature allows Bytecoin nodes to synchronize their transaction pools (transactions that are not in blocks yet) network-wide. It improves network stability by addressing multiple sophisticated cases for newly created CryptoNote transactions. It also lays ground for the upcoming transfer features.

High-level API for blockchain explorer

This API interface provides Bytecoin blockchain explorer functionality for any C++ application. It further decentralizes Bytecoin's infrastructure allowing anyone to easily implement block explorers reducing the dependence on other CryptoNote service providers.

In-wallet blockchain explorer

A native blockchain explorer is coming right to your Bytecoin Wallet. It simplifies user experience, since all you may wish to know about Bytecoin is already in your wallet.


Various work in progress

Full daemon refactoring

This is another significant daemon refactoring that improves CryptoNote code modularity. It also increases blocks and transactions processing speed by roughly 15%.

Instant transaction notifications through proxy INode

Instant transaction notification is coming to the proxying node module. The latter is the INode interface implementation for wallets to work with remote daemons. This is an important step towards Bytecoin lightweight wallet.

On-blockchain alias

Bytecoin team aims to give on-blockchain aliases a new perspective allowing you to create aliases for basically whatever you want.

P2P layer refactoring

This update isolates CryptoNote p2p and cryptocurrency protocols to further improve testability, modularity, and reliability. This update allows to create any p2p project on top of CryptoNote's network layer.

Daemon synchronization speed x10

The ambitious goal is to improve the speed of Bytecoin daemon synchronization from scratch by 1000%. After this update there will be no need to distribute blockchain files, since there will be no time difference between synchronizing with the network and downloading blockchain from a server. This is the greatest CryptoNote technology speed optimization of all times.

Block relay speed x5

The updated CryptoNote p2p layer allows to polish the way the blocks are relaid across Bytecoin network. We expect block propagation speed to increase by the factor of 5.

Lightweight wallet

Lightweight wallets are able to operate with any network daemon that has allowed external applications access, and exchange wallet peerlists. They minimize the resource requirements and allow Bytecoin wallet to run on a large variety of platforms.

Colored coins and assets

Colored coins are the next big thing in cryptocurrencies and is the next significant step for CryptoNote. They will allow Bytecoin users to create and distribute various CryptoNote securities and digital assets.

Alerts
Alerts are a handy feature to ensure that all Bytecoin network nodes are notified on software updates and important notes from Bytecoin developers.

SOCKS-proxy for wallet
Native SOCKS-proxy support for Bytecoin wallets connected to remote daemons.

P2P pools
With all the updates mentioned above we expect Bytecoin network to significantly increase. P2P pool is a temporary sidechain that implements decentralized pooled mining, which is important for network decentralization. In line with CryptoNote's philosophy it decreases the dependence on large mining pools.

Turing-complete language for on-blockchain scripts
This update is on the early prototype stages. We aim to provide a brand new Turing-complete language and an interpreter capable of powering CryptoNote's smart contracts.


Further reading

Bytecoin website
What is Bytecoin?
Bytecoin Blog
Bytecoin developers documentation

CryptoNote website
CryptoNote technology explained
CryptoNote whitepaper

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us anytime.

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Some days ago, a speech by Nicolas van Saberhagen was announced by the "Cryptonote Foundation" :



You can see it announced at the official web page of the "International Workshop P2P Financial Systems" here : https://ecurex.com/p2pfisy/assets/files/P2PFISY2015_Program.pdf

The speech was not by Saberhagen (as it was announced by the Cryptonote foundation, it seems a pseudonymous) but by Tomaso Aste ( see http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/tomaso_aste/ ), does anybody has information about the contents of the speech or the link between the speecher and Cryptonote ?
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Some days ago, a speech by Nicolas van Saberhagen was announced by the "Cryptonote Foundation" :

You can see it announced at the official web page of the "International Workshop P2P Financial Systems" here : https://ecurex.com/p2pfisy/assets/files/P2PFISY2015_Program.pdf

The speech was not by Saberhagen (as it was announced by the Cryptonote foundation, it seems a pseudonymous) but by Tomaso Aste ( see http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/tomaso_aste/ ), does anybody has information about the contents of the speech or the link between the speecher and Cryptonote ?

If I understand the meaning of the word correctly the opponents are called discussants in the program.

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April 01, 2015, 04:36:56 PM
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Hello,

Link for download blockchain is broken :/

https://mega.co.nz/#!xE4lVLab!-ek76XU5CJPAKVWunhZd14Jc-T2GHJqYzdEoGioDyxU

Thanks
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Hello,

Link for download blockchain is broken :/

https://mega.co.nz/#!xE4lVLab!-ek76XU5CJPAKVWunhZd14Jc-T2GHJqYzdEoGioDyxU

Thanks

Thank you for the feedback! We'll fix this right now.

UPD Here is the correct link to Bytecoin blockchain

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April 02, 2015, 01:16:51 PM
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Is this going to be the new Bytecoin logo?

Why is the "B" different and distorted from original logo? The proportion looks weird. The one in the original logo (posted in OP) looks OK.
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April 04, 2015, 03:30:24 PM
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Is this going to be the new Bytecoin logo?

Why is the "B" different and distorted from original logo? The proportion looks weird. The one in the original logo (posted in OP) looks OK.

B in the OP is the logo that has won in bitcointalk logo contest and was chosen by the community. Therefore, it is the symbol of Bytecoin community.
The B you find on our website resizes better and can be one day implemented in fonts.

Bytecoin BCN core team: https://bytecoin.org/
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April 06, 2015, 12:21:02 PM
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Let's help test the new pool! Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1013306.0
http://cryptonight.net/

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A lot of work has been done on refactoring Bytecoin Core’s source code. This process started with the version 0.8.11, which had Bytecoin high-level API interface declared for the first time. The newly released Bytecoin Reference Client v.1.0.3 is the next significant updated for the Bytecoin Core.

Here I will explain what has been happening under the Bytecoin's hood and what our technology vision is. This description is crucial to understand Bytecoin’s roadmap and the necessity to pursue its vector.

The v.1.0.3 release notes focus on the following updates:

  • In-process INode implementation for applications
  • Low-level ITransaction API interface for ordinary and multisig transactions
  • Simplewallet migration to high-level API (namely, INode plus IWallet)
  • Instant transaction notifications for in-process INode


Purpose of this update

V.1.0.3 is an important milestone on the way to standardize various components' access to Bytecoin network. It is also a requirement for Bytecoin GUI Wallet, which is coming out later this week.

We are currently getting Bytecoin Wallet ready for the release, and have already rolled out the new version of simplewallet. These wallets are very different, as simplewallet doesn't provide real-time interaction and shows only a tiny part of the information that Bytecoin Wallet has. However, both wallets are powered by exactly the same two high-level API interfaces: INode and IWallet. This allows us to greatly unify Bytecoin source code and improve development process efficiency.

What is even more important, the newly updated high-level API gives 3rd party developers the native access to all Bytecoin features. As of now, any developer wishing to create his own native Bytecoin wallet has all the tools available.

We firmly believe that for the vast majority of cases 3rd party developers should operate on the business logics level, not going into technological hardcore. Our high-level API (namely, INode and IWallet interfaces) serves that very purpose. It is much easier to operate with from inside a C++ application than the classical bytecoind and simplewallet REST API. It gives access to all main Bytecoin features in a convenient and comprehensible way. For example, you don't need to take care of an instance of simplewallet running in the background to power your GUI wallet. Business can focus on the user experience and let IWallet work out-of-box! And in case you need to have a higher level of control over CryptoNote protocol, utilize low-level ITransaction interface instead of high-level IWallet.

By introducing such a level of abstraction, we greatly simplify the experience of applications developers that work with Bytecoin. Our high-level API is a single point of responsibility. In case you need a method that is not yet provided, you may contact Bytecoin Support and have it implemented in the upcoming releases.


INode

Bytecoin network basics

Bytecoin depends on its peer-to-peer network, basic unit of which is a node. The most common node that you may find in the network is Bytecoin Reference Client daemon (bytecoind).

There are two general types of nodes:

  • Seed is a node that allows inbound connections.
  • Peer is a node that doesn't allow inbound connections (e.g. if its user chooses so or due to firewall network rules). Since all the nodes are frequently asking other seed nodes if anything new has happened in the network (a new block mainly), peers are still perfectly synced.

INode and Bytecoin network node

Currently there are two implementations of Bytecoin nodes available:

  • Standard bytecoind console daemon which is capable of using Bytecoin p2p protocol and providing RPC interface for external access.
  • INode, which is an API library that allows any C++ application to participate in Bytecoin p2p network on the blocks level. Any application that uses INode API library is indistinguishable from other network nodes.

Bytecoin’s daemon refactoring announced in Bytecoin roadmap implies, among other improvements, daemon migration to INode library. We are doing to this to unify Bytecoin technology core and allow any 3rd party developers to easily access all Bytecoin network features. The resulting application, whatever purpose it may have, will be a full-fledged Bytecoin node. Moreover, INode library is more efficient than the legacy bytecoind source code.

INode is one interface that has two implementations: proxying INode and in-process INode.

  • Proxying INode re-routes all the requests to another node (e.g. your localhost bytecoind or some other remote daemon).
  • In-process INode is a standalone network node that is capable of exactly everything the ordinary daemon can do. It is called "in-process" since it runs inside another application that requires Bytecoin network access.

Prior to Bytecoin v.1.0.3 only the proxying INode implementation was available. With an advent of in-process one, INode becomes much more flexible. For instance, if you have a local daemon running, the application that utilizes INode will choose its proxying implementation and connect to local bytecoind instead of launching a new in-process instance.


Bytecoin IWallet and ITransaction

While INode is capable of relaying and processing blocks, it cannot access any information regarding user funds or create transactions. However, there are certain applications (e.g. wallets) that require such methods.

Bytecoin team wanted to give a varying level of access to CryptoNote transactions core with two API interfaces:

  • IWallet operates on the business logics level. It is useful if you simply need to receive and send transactions, without going into CryptoNote protocol details. Should you require to transfer money with IWallet, you just need to indicate the receiver's address, the amount, and the mixing level. IWallet will do the hard work for you, as it will select the inputs, and then create, validate, sign, and broadcast the transaction.
  • ITransaction is a low-level interface that gives full access to CryptoNote transactions engine. It is designed for those applications that require strict control of transaction creation process. For instance, ITransaction allows you to select specific inputs, and has separate methods for signing and broadcasting a transaction. It also provides access to multisig functionality.

Both API interfaces are capable of doing exactly the same, but with varying level of detalization. That is why IWallet belongs to Bytecoin high-level API, while ITransaction is low-level.

Both new simplewallet and the upcoming Bytecoin Wallet have IWallet in their core. Just like INode interface can boast with better performance than legacy bytecoind, IWallet is a faster version of legacy simplewallet source code. As of version 1.0.3 simplewallet has migrated to this interface, which reduced the time required to process a single block by 15%.

To be precise, new Bytecoin simplewallet is a basic console program that uses IWallet and proxying INode. On the other hand, Bytecoin GUI Wallet utilizes IWallet and in-process INode (which automatically runs as proxying in case you already have an instance of bytecoind launched).

We expect the vast majority of applications to choose IWallet, while ITransaction is for those who require CryptoNote transactions fine-tuning. For instance, this level of access may be required by such services as payment processors. These applications often have their own custom logic of transaction creation and various complicated modules. ITransaction allows to split the transfer process according to the architecture needs.

Moreover, ITransaction also gives access to multisignature API that is capable of powering on-blockchain escrow services and foundation wallets. Bytecoin multisig belongs to M-of-N scheme. We will be covering multisignature in details in one of the next blog posts, but here you may find its description in laymen terms.


Conclusions

Said APIs are important to those businesses that want to operate with cryptocurrency easily, without sophisticated development and core’s explorations. These businesses can focus on marketing of their products; all the hard work of integration with our financial system is done by our reliable interfaces.


More details on v.1.0.3 Reference Client release



In-process INode implementation for applications

INode is the high-level API interface that allows any application to utilize core features of Bytecoin p2p network. Its new implementation provides a full-fledged network node inside any C++ application. It also largely standardizes codebase and powers Bytecoin GUI Wallet, which is coming out later this week.

Low-level ITransaction API interface for ordinary and multisig transactions

Bytecoin low-level API interface provides 3rd party developers with a flexible access to CryptoNote transactions engine. It gives access to core functions that allow to create, validate, sign, and broadcast a transaction. It also provides multisig access.

This update is aimed for wallet and multisig applications developers. Bytecoin low-level API provides full control of CryptoNote transactions technology allowing you to select specific inputs of a transaction. It also gives tools to utilize multi-signature protocol and create such products as native escrow and M-of-N board wallets.

Instant transactions notification

With this feature Bytecoin transactions become real-time. When Alice broadcasts her newly created Bytecoin transaction to Bob, his wallet will immediately recognize it and update Bob's balance before the transaction is included in the blockchain. This is achieved through IWallet API interface that subscribes to all the transactions of the node it is connected to and instantly recognizes the transactions sent to you.

Simplewallet migration to high-level API

Legacy simplewallet code has been migrated to the new high-level API libraries. Even though simplewallet remains the same from the user perspective, everything under its hood is completely redesigned. This update is the showcase and reference implementation of Bytecoin high-level IWallet interface. Simplewallet operates through proxying INode interface only, so it still requires a running daemon.


Further reading

Bytecoin roadmap (discussion)
INode on Bytecoin wiki
IWallet on Bytecoin wiki
ITransaction on Bytecoin wiki

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April 06, 2015, 06:57:38 PM
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Good to see it is still being developed.
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April 08, 2015, 08:02:38 PM
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Bytecoin devs, as I understand you hold ~80% of the float, have you considered selling those coins in bulk OTC as a means to get better distribution, as a sort of 2nd round ICO?

Because now the situation is ludicrous, if you want to invest 4 BTC you are going to make the price go up 100% on a $4MM marketcap coin.
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After some time I have updated and started Bytecoin Wallet and i mistyped my password... after this the wallet file and keys file is changed to ".back" now when i try to open again with my wallet name it says its missing.

When i try to use my wallet name.back it says check password but password is now correct.

When i try to remove the ".back" from wallet file and keys i get "future already retrieved"

Here is the log...

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2015-Apr-09 10:53:23.383447 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:53:40.310415 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 10:53:40.442422 Error: failed to load wallet: The password is wrong
2015-Apr-09 10:53:40.447423 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 10:56:16.226333 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:56:31.439203 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 10:56:31.546209 Error: failed to load wallet: future already retrieved
2015-Apr-09 10:56:31.641214 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 10:58:13.450037 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:58:42.612706 Error: failed to load wallet: walletfile not found
2015-Apr-09 10:58:42.908722 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 10:58:55.566446 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:59:42.663140 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 10:59:42.801148 Error: failed to load wallet: future already retrieved
2015-Apr-09 10:59:42.866152 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:06:56.482953 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:07:04.847432 Error: failed to load wallet: walletfile not found
2015-Apr-09 11:07:04.851432 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:07:13.294915 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:07:20.247313 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:07:20.290315 Error: failed to load wallet: can't load walletfile, check password
2015-Apr-09 11:07:20.294315 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:07:27.335718 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:07:34.383121 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:07:34.428124 Error: failed to load wallet: can't load walletfile, check password
2015-Apr-09 11:07:34.432124 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:08:38.056763 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:08:54.663713 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:08:54.706715 Error: failed to load wallet: can't load walletfile, check password
2015-Apr-09 11:08:54.710716 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:09:10.057593 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:09:16.359954 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:09:16.503962 Error: failed to load wallet: future already retrieved
2015-Apr-09 11:09:16.507962 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet


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April 09, 2015, 12:45:16 PM
Last edit: April 09, 2015, 04:43:24 PM by DStrange
 #4319

Bytecoin devs, as I understand you hold ~80% of the float, have you considered selling those coins in bulk OTC as a means to get better distribution, as a sort of 2nd round ICO?

Because now the situation is ludicrous, if you want to invest 4 BTC you are going to make the price go up 100% on a $4MM marketcap coin.

I think that there is a certain misunderstanding. Bytecoin emission is distributed in the community.

Now it's the best time to invest in Bytecoin inasmuch as you can acquire it at a low price, while according to the latest trends, such as the latest release and roadmap 2015, Bytecoin price is about to take off.

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April 09, 2015, 12:47:06 PM
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After some time I have updated and started Bytecoin Wallet and i mistyped my password... after this the wallet file and keys file is changed to ".back" now when i try to open again with my wallet name it says its missing.

When i try to use my wallet name.back it says check password but password is now correct.

When i try to remove the ".back" from wallet file and keys i get "future already retrieved"

Here is the log...

Code:
2015-Apr-09 10:53:23.383447 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:53:40.310415 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 10:53:40.442422 Error: failed to load wallet: The password is wrong
2015-Apr-09 10:53:40.447423 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 10:56:16.226333 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:56:31.439203 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 10:56:31.546209 Error: failed to load wallet: future already retrieved
2015-Apr-09 10:56:31.641214 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 10:58:13.450037 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:58:42.612706 Error: failed to load wallet: walletfile not found
2015-Apr-09 10:58:42.908722 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 10:58:55.566446 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 10:59:42.663140 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 10:59:42.801148 Error: failed to load wallet: future already retrieved
2015-Apr-09 10:59:42.866152 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:06:56.482953 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:07:04.847432 Error: failed to load wallet: walletfile not found
2015-Apr-09 11:07:04.851432 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:07:13.294915 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:07:20.247313 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:07:20.290315 Error: failed to load wallet: can't load walletfile, check password
2015-Apr-09 11:07:20.294315 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:07:27.335718 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:07:34.383121 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:07:34.428124 Error: failed to load wallet: can't load walletfile, check password
2015-Apr-09 11:07:34.432124 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:08:38.056763 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:08:54.663713 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:08:54.706715 Error: failed to load wallet: can't load walletfile, check password
2015-Apr-09 11:08:54.710716 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet
2015-Apr-09 11:09:10.057593 bytecoin wallet v1.0.3.387()
2015-Apr-09 11:09:16.359954 Loading wallet...
2015-Apr-09 11:09:16.503962 Error: failed to load wallet: future already retrieved
2015-Apr-09 11:09:16.507962 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1206 Failed to initialize wallet


Any help around this?

The devs are already busy with resolving your issue. I'll let you know as soon as it's done!

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