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Author Topic: [ANN] FedoraCoin (TiPS); New style, new services, same unique features  (Read 179328 times)
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December 05, 2014, 03:17:22 PM
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I believe the primary concerns here are:
i) Stability
Fedoracoin should be resilient against all the common and known issues surrounding the bitcoin technology, we may not lead the way, but we should be innovative enough to carve a lucrative niche. For Instance, the blocks should have a stable and reliable timetable, the faster -the better, whether we go POS, POW, POI or a hybrid of all those, the endgame is to provide a consistent user experience.

ii) Development
I am working towards putting together a competent team. The team is in place, the competence is being worked on as we speak. We are noobs to say the least, but we have the heart for it, the willingness to learn and the humility to be corrected whenever we err. We would also be willing to partner and learn from whomever is able to advance our common interests. Who is the lead developer? None, we play as a team. In that spirit, we humbly request Invisibel, icanprogram, MystPhysX and all the great guys that lead in the past to allow us work with them in advancing this coin to the benefit of all.

We will not need payment for our services, since the coin is rather cheap as is, and thus we come in as investors.

BTW: Fedoracoin is #42 at https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/fedoracoin... we got potential!

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December 07, 2014, 07:45:29 AM
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http://s23.postimg.org/s5fgdmc3v/Untitled.jpg
Got this screen for weeks now and not only with fedoracoin but other altcoin wallets too. Addnode wont work, ports opened, computer clock and time zone correct (bios clock also). Isp blocking?
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December 07, 2014, 07:50:33 AM
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Hi tnt769, What are your firewall settings? Can you tracert to 68.108.173.43 ?

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December 07, 2014, 09:43:52 AM
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It seems to timeout. Tried to disable router firewall. Have quite decent connection so that cant be problem. Tried also different computers and operating systems.
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December 07, 2014, 02:42:31 PM
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It seems to timeout. Tried to disable router firewall. Have quite decent connection so that cant be problem. Tried also different computers and operating systems.

Add fedoracoin on shortcoin and add in propriete   add -reindex

Normaly it's good.

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December 07, 2014, 03:31:07 PM
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I believe the primary concerns here are:
i) Stability
Fedoracoin should be resilient against all the common and known issues surrounding the bitcoin technology, we may not lead the way, but we should be innovative enough to carve a lucrative niche. For Instance, the blocks should have a stable and reliable timetable, the faster -the better, whether we go POS, POW, POI or a hybrid of all those, the endgame is to provide a consistent user experience.

ii) Development
I am working towards putting together a competent team. The team is in place, the competence is being worked on as we speak. We are noobs to say the least, but we have the heart for it, the willingness to learn and the humility to be corrected whenever we err. We would also be willing to partner and learn from whomever is able to advance our common interests. Who is the lead developer? None, we play as a team. In that spirit, we humbly request Invisibel, icanprogram, MystPhysX and all the great guys that lead in the past to allow us work with them in advancing this coin to the benefit of all.

We will not need payment for our services, since the coin is rather cheap as is, and thus we come in as investors.

BTW: Fedoracoin is #42 at https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/fedoracoin... we got potential!

There's no arguing with any of that!!

However, it would be nice to know if any technical decisions have been taken yet.

Also, what is POI ?

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December 08, 2014, 06:24:28 PM
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I believe the primary concerns here are:
i) Stability
Fedoracoin should be resilient against all the common and known issues surrounding the bitcoin technology, we may not lead the way, but we should be innovative enough to carve a lucrative niche. For Instance, the blocks should have a stable and reliable timetable, the faster -the better, whether we go POS, POW, POI or a hybrid of all those, the endgame is to provide a consistent user experience.

ii) Development
I am working towards putting together a competent team. The team is in place, the competence is being worked on as we speak. We are noobs to say the least, but we have the heart for it, the willingness to learn and the humility to be corrected whenever we err. We would also be willing to partner and learn from whomever is able to advance our common interests. Who is the lead developer? None, we play as a team. In that spirit, we humbly request Invisibel, icanprogram, MystPhysX and all the great guys that lead in the past to allow us work with them in advancing this coin to the benefit of all.

We will not need payment for our services, since the coin is rather cheap as is, and thus we come in as investors.

BTW: Fedoracoin is #42 at https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/fedoracoin... we got potential!

There's no arguing with any of that!!

However, it would be nice to know if any technical decisions have been taken yet.

Also, what is POI ?


A tasteless Hawaiian food. Or... Proof Of Investment aka, the percentage of the amount of the coins someone buys during the IPO stage can be used to determine return later on.


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December 10, 2014, 07:28:42 PM
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It seems pretty obvious to me ..

Our coin 'ticker' is "TiPS"

I'm all for any app that can facilitate the act of  'tipping'  ..
In the real world ..  bars, restaurants etc ..
In the digital world .. as appreciation for online content etc

We need a mobile TiPS app
We need an online TiPS button/tab that content providers can integrate with their web pages

Triff ..

 

Made this post back in June ..
( What's that .. a decade ago in BitCoin time ?? Grin )
Still think it applies ..

Triff ..
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December 12, 2014, 03:45:21 PM
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Just an FYI ..

Ran across this thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=777604.0

Might be someone to 'hire' for TiPS clean-up/development ..

Triff ..
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December 12, 2014, 10:08:01 PM
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Just an FYI ..

Ran across this thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=777604.0

Might be someone to 'hire' for TiPS clean-up/development ..

Triff ..

Hi Triff, BTC spent hiring developers would be best spent securing coin assets such as full nodes, payment for the hosting of existing nodes etc. For instance, fedoracha.in is down...

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December 13, 2014, 07:45:46 PM
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Just one quick question....is this coin still alive?  Huh

This thread as well as the subreddit seem like a ghost town already and there is no progress on Tips 2.0 or whatever plan to resurrect the coin.
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December 14, 2014, 11:13:26 AM
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Just one quick question....is this coin still alive?  Huh

This thread as well as the subreddit seem like a ghost town already and there is no progress on Tips 2.0 or whatever plan to resurrect the coin.

#FedoracoinFenix 2.0  Grin
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December 17, 2014, 05:33:18 AM
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In 6 days it will be a year since Fedoracoin was launched. That means the domain fedoraco.in will be expiring.

I will not be renewing it. Does anyone want to take over it? I'll give them the details if they step up.

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December 17, 2014, 02:00:02 PM
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my wallet (compiled from source) was synching properly up about 2013-12-21 then just gave up

can someone post some working nodes - I need the wallet synched for a project I'm working on - thanks


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December 17, 2014, 08:24:18 PM
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good coin
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December 17, 2014, 08:38:29 PM
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good coin

Sarcasm ??
It could be a 'great' coin ..
Time will tell ..

Triff ..
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December 17, 2014, 10:03:32 PM
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Try this

Code:
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December 18, 2014, 01:00:44 PM
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Hi,

I need your help regarding this post:

Does MoonCoin have the same backdoor as TIPS to steal wallets even with the private key ?

I was reading a document and you can "apparently" clone other peoples wallets and even though there is a private key you can still gain access to it by making a mould....

Maybe that is what happened.

We have stolen mooncoins from 4 different wallets and are investigating in every direction. Perhaps you could explain if the post above is true and tips had the mentioned issue. If yes, what was the problem and how did the TIPS developers solve it?

Thanks a lot for any help and best regards,
peme
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December 18, 2014, 04:56:01 PM
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Hi,

I need your help regarding this post:

Does MoonCoin have the same backdoor as TIPS to steal wallets even with the private key ?

I was reading a document and you can "apparently" clone other peoples wallets and even though there is a private key you can still gain access to it by making a mould....

Maybe that is what happened.

We have stolen mooncoins from 4 different wallets and are investigating in every direction. Perhaps you could explain if the post above is true and tips had the mentioned issue. If yes, what was the problem and how did the TIPS developers solve it?

Thanks a lot for any help and best regards,
peme
We have never had any reports of coins stolen in this way but I will need proper details before I can give you anything solid. What do you mean by mould?

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December 18, 2014, 05:05:17 PM
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Hi,

I need your help regarding this post:

Does MoonCoin have the same backdoor as TIPS to steal wallets even with the private key ?

I was reading a document and you can "apparently" clone other peoples wallets and even though there is a private key you can still gain access to it by making a mould....

Maybe that is what happened.

We have stolen mooncoins from 4 different wallets and are investigating in every direction. Perhaps you could explain if the post above is true and tips had the mentioned issue. If yes, what was the problem and how did the TIPS developers solve it?

Thanks a lot for any help and best regards,
peme
We have never had any reports of coins stolen in this way but I will need proper details before I can give you anything solid. What do you mean by mould?

I don't know, the user Nthused wrote that within the mooncoin thread and because I was not able to find anything about that within fedoracoin threats I just ask now.
The mooncoin wallet hasn't been updated since months and the official compiled versions still use old SSH Version. Perhaps someone was able to use the SSH Heartbleed-Bug. But this is also just an assumption. The new mooncoin wallet with actual SSH is ready for release but it is important to know if there is perhaps something else that has to be fixed.


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