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September 11, 2015, 03:15:01 PM
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Hello!

I just tried to test RPC Wallet.

I so sad to inform you about errors in current version [PaymentService v1.0.7.564()].

I use Windows version.

First of all it doesn't work as Win service. At all.

Second issue is much worse - amount of money sent to wallets does not equal amount received.

So I advice everybody not to use RPC Wallet at present time Sad

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September 11, 2015, 03:35:02 PM
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I've already answered to your blog comment, so let me quote my message for your convenience:

Hello!

I just tried to test RPC Wallet.

I so sad to inform you about errors in current version [PaymentService v1.0.7.564()].

I use Windows version.

First of all it doesn't work as Win service. At all.

Second issue is much worse - amount of money sent to wallets does not equal amount received.

So I advice everybody not to use RPC Wallet at present time Sad

Thank you for the feedback.

First of all, the latest version of RPC Wallet, which is available for download on the website is v.1.0.8.1.614().

>Second issue is much worse - amount of money sent to wallets does not equal amount received.

Could you provide more details? Do you mean that let's say you make a transfer for 1000 coins, but the recipient gets another amount? Or is it your issue that the transaction in the block explorer shows higher amount than you were sending?

The second case is a completely valid CryptoNote protocol behavior. When you send a transaction, it further conceals the sum by increasing the original amount. The difference is returned back to your wallet as an unlinkable change.

>First of all it doesn't work as Win service. At all.

What is the Win version that you are using? Could you elaborate on the steps you made?

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September 14, 2015, 09:33:17 AM
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Post my answers @ https://bytecoin.org/blog/cryptonote-aggregate-addresses-whitepaper/

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September 22, 2015, 08:28:12 PM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.
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September 22, 2015, 08:37:07 PM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.

Maybe people are finally wising up to the scammy smell lingering about this coin?  Roll Eyes
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September 23, 2015, 10:53:59 AM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.

Bytecoin community has their own forum now: https://bytecointalk.org/

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September 23, 2015, 01:21:56 PM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.

Bytecoin community has their own forum now: https://bytecointalk.org/
And that explains the dumps how exactly?
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September 23, 2015, 02:13:16 PM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.

Bytecoin community has their own forum now: https://bytecointalk.org/
And that explains the dumps how exactly?

It explains lack of activity in this topic.

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September 24, 2015, 03:12:07 PM
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Bytecoin team has recently published a blog post about Blockchain tech and projects, based on it.

We will be glad to hear your thoughts in the comments section and on Bytecoin Forum

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How would we remember Bitcoin? No, it is not a start of an obituary, and no one buries anyone! What I am asking is, what the specialness of Bitcoin technology is, what novelties it has? We have seen e-cash before it (DigiCash by David Chaum), used proof of work in the real life, and digital signatures can actually be considered as classics. Trustless P2P networks? Not a novelty, yet a warmer guess.

Some might say that a combination of abovementioned is the winning hand, but I would like to emphasize a single feature. Blockchain. Had the first blockchain-based application been not Bitcoin and its coins, but a BitZombie (a service for coordinating survivors in case of a Zombie-apocalypse), then it would be called the innovation that changed the world.



Blockchain is not a simple decentralized database, which is completely stored by each network node. Its unique feature lies in the fact that every user can check on his own that his copy is similar to those stored by the majority of other nodes. Absolutely similar, down to the last bit, in the same order. (naturally, there is also a margin for error, but it is negligible or it can be made as small as one would wish). The key point is "on his own", meaning that one should not trust other nodes to sustain the network (trusting mathematics is better). In practice, it is a solution to the problem known as "Byzantine Fault Tolerance". Scientists call it the "distributed consensus mechanism".

Naturally, storing complete blockchain at one's computer is not mandatory. The data inside the blocks is stored as a tree, so it is possible to ensure that a "leaf" of the tree (transaction or any other data) is included in the chain without downloading its full version. If at least one node exists in the network, we can say that the blockchain exists as well. Practically, it is like a perpetuum mobile that cannot be stopped by anyone and anything (short of the Big Freeze).

It is the blockchain technology that makes Bitcoin so wonderful. Still, it causes a question: is the technology applicable anywhere besides finances and zombie apocalypse? And yet another one: can we justify such application? Today, we are going to try to find this out by evaluating different services based on blockchain....



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September 25, 2015, 06:22:18 AM
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Very good article i like it Smiley
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September 25, 2015, 06:47:56 PM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.

Do you even know how to read charts and volume?  Because if you did you wouldn't be saying there are massive dumps going on. LOL get real
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September 26, 2015, 04:14:01 PM
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So what does this mean? No activity in this topic for 8 days + massive dumps going on.

Do you even know how to read charts and volume?  Because if you did you wouldn't be saying there are massive dumps going on. LOL get real
You're right, my apologies. The priceticker on my smartphone showed a steady decline in price, so I assumed it was because of (massive) dumps.
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September 30, 2015, 06:08:37 PM
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I'd like to present the second part of our blog post about Blockchain tech and its projects: Blockchain Startups and Projects, Part 2: From Universal Identification to Smart Contracts

As usually, we would be glad to hear your thoughts in the comments section and on Bytecoin Forum

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This blog post continues blockchain projects topic that we've discussed in our previous article. Last time we've talked about how blockchain influenced cloud storage, communications, DNS and other services. Today we continue presenting projects that successfully utilize blockchain technology.

Universal identification: nameid.org, shocard, aliases

It would be logically to develop the idea of Namecoin for registering not only domains but also any names. Actually, this function is already available in Namecoin itself. While domains are registered with prefix "d/", or, in more technical words, "in namespace d/", there also exists a prefix "id/" for registering private names and associated data. Therefore, it is not a problem to input your data in the blockchain. The problem is what to do next.


The nameid.org service combines the Namecoin blockchain and OpenID scheme. More specifically, if a site offers you to log in using OpenID, you can select nameid provider, which will access the Namecoin blockchain. If the stated name exists, you will have to sign a random string using the corresponding key (instead of a password), which can be done via Namecoin client. After that you will be logged onto the first site under the name from Namecoin.

Naturally, such mechanism for authorization via Namecoin (or any other blockchain that provides for registering such aliases) can be integrated into any site, successfully eliminating the intermediary nameid and the OpenID protocol itself. Maybe, at some point, it will become a standard, and you will be able to log onto a site using a public address in your favorite cryptocurrency, e.g. nvsaberhagen@cryptonote. The notion of 'login' itself will then be equivalent to the notion of 'spending money'.

However, this is still in the future. For now, you can only hurry up and stake your username...



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October 01, 2015, 05:08:01 PM
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On October 1st Bytecoin team have released a 1.0.8 update for Bytecoin Wallet. This update introduces the very first ABISprotocol implementation in form of micro-donations, Windows 32-bit version and RPM for various Unix-like OS's.



Donation Mining
With the donation mining option a user can select how many hashes per second (in %) she'd like to donate to the specified Bytecoin address.

Donation as % of a transaction
With % of a transaction donation every Bytecoin user is now able to anonymously donate random amount of BCN on each transaction. This amount can not exceed a percentage specified in the settings. Technically, the donation is taken from the change outputs, which implies that a donating transaction is visually no different from any other in the blockchain. We will cover this in more detail in one of the upcoming blog posts.

Windows 32-bit version
Long-awaited Win32 version of Bytecoin Wallet is finally here. It can be downloaded from Bytecoin downloads page.

RPM for various Unix-like OS's
RPM is yet another executable that was requested by our users. Its advent marks that Bytecoin Wallet is now available for users on CentOS, Fedora etc.

The micro-donations feature has been created as the result of the community discussion of ABISprotocol.
Bytecoin blog features post that covers the concept of ABISprotocol. It was written by Odinn who envisioned it as a form of micro-donations.

Useful links
Download new Bytecoin
Discussion thread
News post featuring update
A Greater Giving Potential: Introducing Micro-Donations in Bytecoin (a guest blog post)
Bytecoin roadmap

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October 02, 2015, 08:55:07 AM
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On October 1st Bytecoin team have released a 1.0.8 update for Bytecoin Wallet. This update introduces the very first ABISprotocol implementation in form of micro-donations, Windows 32-bit version and RPM for various Unix-like OS's.



Donation Mining
With the donation mining option a user can select how many hashes per second (in %) she'd like to donate to the specified Bytecoin address.

Donation as % of a transaction
With % of a transaction donation every Bytecoin user is now able to anonymously donate random amount of BCN on each transaction. This amount can not exceed a percentage specified in the settings. Technically, the donation is taken from the change outputs, which implies that a donating transaction is visually no different from any other in the blockchain. We will cover this in more detail in one of the upcoming blog posts.

Windows 32-bit version
Long-awaited Win32 version of Bytecoin Wallet is finally here. It can be downloaded from Bytecoin downloads page.

RPM for various Unix-like OS's
RPM is yet another executable that was requested by our users. Its advent marks that Bytecoin Wallet is now available for users on CentOS, Fedora etc.

The micro-donations feature has been created as the result of the community discussion of ABISprotocol.
Bytecoin blog features post that covers the concept of ABISprotocol. It was written by Odinn who envisioned it as a form of micro-donations.

Useful links
Download new Bytecoin
Discussion thread
News post featuring update
A Greater Giving Potential: Introducing Micro-Donations in Bytecoin (a guest blog post)
Bytecoin roadmap

Progress is still going forward that is very good Smiley
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October 06, 2015, 06:15:37 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1201232.0

100k aeon for auction, bytecoin accepted if anyone interested.
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I am new to mining cryptocurrency and I chose minergate because it seems the most newbie friendly. I want to build/buy a computer strictly for minergate. I see that only Nvidia graphics cards are supported for gui mining with minergate, my question is which nvidia graphics cards are supported/usable with minergate? Which Nvidia cards work the best with minergate?

Also, for example, at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Non-specialized_hardware_comparison a GTX 480 lists a 101.28 MHash/s and a .405 Mhash/j, when mining with minergate should I get 101MH/s hashrate?

I'm apologize for so many questions, but again I am new to mining and hope someone can answer and steer me in the right direction with minergate mining. Thank you in advance for your help

P.S. I don't know anything about scripts, that's why I chose minergate. I am looking to spend about $300 on a Nvidia graphics card that will work with minergate and don't understand how to figure out what hashrate I'll be getting with graphics cards...thank you again
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October 07, 2015, 10:57:12 AM
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I am new to mining cryptocurrency and I chose minergate because it seems the most newbie friendly. I want to build/buy a computer strictly for minergate. I see that only Nvidia graphics cards are supported for gui mining with minergate, my question is which nvidia graphics cards are supported/usable with minergate? Which Nvidia cards work the best with minergate?

Also, for example, at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Non-specialized_hardware_comparison a GTX 480 lists a 101.28 MHash/s and a .405 Mhash/j, when mining with minergate should I get 101MH/s hashrate?

I'm apologize for so many questions, but again I am new to mining and hope someone can answer and steer me in the right direction with minergate mining. Thank you in advance for your help

P.S. I don't know anything about scripts, that's why I chose minergate. I am looking to spend about $300 on a Nvidia graphics card that will work with minergate and don't understand how to figure out what hashrate I'll be getting with graphics cards...thank you again

Do not pay any attention to Bitcoin mining information, that is completely irrelevant. Nor is GPU mining viable for Bitcoin at all.

As I understand it 750 TI is the workhorse cryptonight (Bytecoin) mining card. Some of the newer cards may also be reasonable to use.
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October 07, 2015, 11:08:15 AM
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I am new to mining cryptocurrency and I chose minergate because it seems the most newbie friendly. I want to build/buy a computer strictly for minergate. I see that only Nvidia graphics cards are supported for gui mining with minergate, my question is which nvidia graphics cards are supported/usable with minergate? Which Nvidia cards work the best with minergate?

Also, for example, at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Non-specialized_hardware_comparison a GTX 480 lists a 101.28 MHash/s and a .405 Mhash/j, when mining with minergate should I get 101MH/s hashrate?

I'm apologize for so many questions, but again I am new to mining and hope someone can answer and steer me in the right direction with minergate mining. Thank you in advance for your help

P.S. I don't know anything about scripts, that's why I chose minergate. I am looking to spend about $300 on a Nvidia graphics card that will work with minergate and don't understand how to figure out what hashrate I'll be getting with graphics cards...thank you again

Do not pay any attention to Bitcoin mining information, that is completely irrelevant. Nor is GPU mining viable for Bitcoin at all.

As I understand it 750 TI is the workhorse cryptonight (Bytecoin) mining card. Some of the newer cards may also be reasonable to use.


Any idea the hashrate with that card? Again I apologize for so many questions, trying to determine if mining bytecoin is profitable for a beginner like myself... Thank you
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October 07, 2015, 11:10:29 AM
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I am new to mining cryptocurrency and I chose minergate because it seems the most newbie friendly. I want to build/buy a computer strictly for minergate. I see that only Nvidia graphics cards are supported for gui mining with minergate, my question is which nvidia graphics cards are supported/usable with minergate? Which Nvidia cards work the best with minergate?

Also, for example, at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Non-specialized_hardware_comparison a GTX 480 lists a 101.28 MHash/s and a .405 Mhash/j, when mining with minergate should I get 101MH/s hashrate?

I'm apologize for so many questions, but again I am new to mining and hope someone can answer and steer me in the right direction with minergate mining. Thank you in advance for your help

P.S. I don't know anything about scripts, that's why I chose minergate. I am looking to spend about $300 on a Nvidia graphics card that will work with minergate and don't understand how to figure out what hashrate I'll be getting with graphics cards...thank you again

Do not pay any attention to Bitcoin mining information, that is completely irrelevant. Nor is GPU mining viable for Bitcoin at all.

As I understand it 750 TI is the workhorse cryptonight (Bytecoin) mining card. Some of the newer cards may also be reasonable to use.


Any idea the hashrate with that card? Again I apologize for so many questions, trying to determine if mining bytecoin is profitable for a beginner like myself... Thank you

Maybe 250 H/sec per card (most GPU miners run multiple cards), but I'm not sure.
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