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Luckycoin Cryptocurrency


Feeling lucky punk? No? Well you should!
Luckycoin offers super lucky blocks, where your reward can be x2 ,x5 and even x58!
Luckycoin is the original coin to offer random super blocks.


Official Website
Luckycoin community website
http://luckycoin.cc

Official Forum
Luckycoin community forum at CryptoCoinTalk
https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/188-luckycoin-lky/

Official Twitter Channel
Luckycoin Foundation @lkyfoundation
https://twitter.com/lkyfoundation

Luckycoin Foundation
Official Luckycoin Foundation website
http://luckycoinfoundation.org

Luckycoin Block Explorer
Luckycoin block explorer based on ABE
http://luckychain.info

Luckycoin Giveaway Thread
Free Luckycoins for everyone! The longest running altcoin giveaway thread!
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1786-luckycoin-giveaway-2-celebrating-luckycoin-block-88888/


Specifications
- POW Scrypt
- 1 min block target
- 6 confirms per transaction
- Advanced checkpointing
- Block rate limiter
- Difficulty retargets every 20 blocks
- 25% maximum difficulty adjustment
- 88 coins per block
- Block reward halves every 100,000 blocks
- Total around 20 million coins
- Connection port 9917, RPC-port 9918
- Genesis block: May 22, 2013


Wallet Downloads
Windows
https://github.com/LuckycoinFoundation/LuckycoinQT

Mac
https://www.dropbox.com/s/yz1xsnevbgf90p0/Luckycoin-Qt-1.0.0.0-Mac.zip

Android
http://www.luckycoinfoundation.org/wallet-3.30.apk

Source
https://github.com/LuckycoinFoundation/Luckycoin


Exchanges
Cryptsy Exchange
LKY/BTC
LKY/XRP

COMKORT Exchange
LKY/BTC
LKY/LTC
LKY/DOGE


BTCPOOL Exchange
LKY/BTC
LKY/LTC

CoinGather Exchange
LKY/BTC


Wiki
http://wiki.cryptsy.com/lky
http://coinwik.org/LuckyCoin


Services

Bitnodes
https://bitnodes.net


Bluey VPN
Keep your online usage secured and anonymous!
http://www.blueyvpn.com/

Bitscoinshop
Women's & Men's Clothes | Shoes | Eyeglasses | Perfumes | Phones | Miners | Pipes | Watches | Computers
http://bitscoinshop.com.br/en/

Coinplorer
https://coinplorer.com

Alternative Currency Explorer
http://altexplorer.info/chains/LKY/block_crawler.php

Multi Faucet
http://www.multifaucet.tk

CoinGecko
https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/luckycoin

Cryptocoin Charts
http://www.cryptocoincharts.info

Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations
http://coinmarketcap.com

Cryptocoin Rank
http://www.cryptocoinrank.com

Coinwarz
http://www.coinwarz.com

Coinchoose
http://www.coinchoose.com

Cryptometer
http://cryptometer.org

Cryptonator
https://www.cryptonator.com

Target Moon
http://targetmoon.com

Pools
Official Luckycoin Pool
http://pool.luckycoin.cc/

Custom Multipools
http://www.coinmine.pw

http://hollandsemultipool.nl

https://poolwarz.com

http://tompool.org

http://unionminer.com

NOMP
http://diablopool.com

History
Launch: May 24, 2013 by LuckyC
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=121364

Takeover: June 17, 2013 by Titan
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=124654

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Luckycoin Features


Advanced Checkpointing
Many coins in the altcoin space are susceptible to the infamous 51% attack. Even Bitcoin is only protected by it's high hash rate.
In contrast advanced checkpointing provides an effective protection against 51% attacks independent of the hash rate of the coin.
The technology was introduced by Peercoin and adapted for the Luckycoin in November 2013. Instead of manual checkpoints that require
a client update, advanced checkpointing automatically synchronizes checkpoints over the network at a predefined depth of the block chain.
The checkpointing system allows the block chain to resolve small forks on it's own without intervention, but enforces consensus if two
different chains grow too large.


Block Rate Limiter
The block rate limiter was introduced first in December 2013 by the Luckycoin to fight abusive multipool mining and prevent attacks on the
block chain that result in an unusually high block rates. The technology introduces a new network rule that allows only a maximum of six
blocks to be mined within a time span of 90 seconds. Additional blocks within the 90 seconds window are rejected. This makes flash mining
the Luckycoin uneconomical.


OpenSSL Heartbleed
The serious OpenSSL Heartbleed bug was fixed in the latest Luckycoin v1.0.1 release. The Windows LuckycoinQT wallet is now compiled with
the latest OpenSSL 1.0.1g release that fixes the bug.


Coin Distribution and Inflation
The Luckycoin implements an accelerated reward reduction scheme. The block reward halves once every 100,000 blocks. Over the last year
nearly 75% of all coins have been distributed via mining. The current coin production per day is worth about $100-$200 that has to be absorbed
by the exchanges.



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April 12, 2014, 08:21:39 PM
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Dear Luckycoin community,

Please vote for the Luckycoin to be accepted by CoinPayments!
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

CoinPayments is a leading altcoin payment processor.
Please send me PM if you have any questions!

Get Lucky,

Titan

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i will vote!


lucky!!!!
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Dear Luckycoin community,

Please join the new Luckycoin mining pool!
pool.luckycoin.cc

Get Lucky,

Titan

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Luckycoin Bootstrap.dat



   bootstrap.dat

bootstrap.dat allows a new Luckycoin client (not synced) to rapidly import the initial blocks from a
local file instead of slowly downloading blocks from random peers. This significantly reduces the
time it takes to get a client synced with the current blockchain.

Simply having bootstrap.dat in Luckycoin's expected data directory will make your initial block sync
much faster. The import process can be even faster if you use the -dbcache=1000 command line
parameter which uses an additional 1GB of RAM for the database index cache.

   Extracting the bootstrap.dat.xz

Regardless of your operating system, use the following steps to make use of the bootstrap.dat file:

1.   Download bootstrap.dat.xz from mirrors or torrent.
2.   Decompress the bootstrap.dat.
3.   Put it into the Luckycoin datadir. "%appdata%/luckycoin" / "~/.luckycoin"
         (This is the same folder that contains wallet.dat and the blocks folder.)
4.   Delete bootstrap.dat.old if you want to recover some storage space.

    Luckycoin Data Folder

    Linux
Code:
xz -d bootstrap.dat.xz
Luckycoin's data directory is located in ~/.luckycoin/ by default. You can run ls -a to see
directories that start with a period. You can also search for the directory with the following
command:
Code:
find / -name wallet.dat -print 2>/dev/null

   Mac
You can obtain xz from MacPorts or http://macpkg.sourceforge.net/.
luckycoin's data directory should be located in ~/Library/Application Support/luckycoin/.

   Windows
7Zip is a free utility that can decompress .xz files, so does the latest version of WinRAR.

Click on Start then Run (or press WinKey+R) and type:
Code:
explorer %APPDATA%\luckycoin
luckycoin's data directory will open. "AppData" and "Application Data" are hidden by default in
Windows.

   Copy bootstrap.dat to data directory

Copy the bootstrap.dat to your data directory. Load the luckycoin client and wait for it to load the
blocks. After loading is complete, the bootstrap.dat will be renamed to bootstrap.dat.old at which
point you can choose to delete it.

Luckycoin - 4/9/2014 - 146,522 KB

GoogleD - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz3NalaCIrQrRTA4MHh3c1djdkU
Torrent - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz3NalaCIrQrTXVDTHE0SEd5eDg

E-nautia Mirror - http://e-nautia.com/jon.marshall/disk/bootstrap/luckycoin/bootstrap.dat.xz
E-nautia Direct - https://e-nautia.com/disk/download.php?id=5450927

Luckycoin Donation Address: L2xXxXyp5TdLEQh44zgHZDu1BhmZJ3QMQd


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Like a lot of fun
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I'm feeling lucky ... oh wait, I missed the launch, maybe I'm not so lucky

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www.cryptokk.com

An unique Exchange market,
including services for your altcoins,
we have the biggest tipbot service of the world,
on a safe and friendly platform,
we give wings to your coins, instead of giving dump,
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You won the last votes !
You can trade/tips with LKY on Cryptokk, now ! Good job !

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April 19, 2014, 11:38:14 AM
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I'm feeling lucky ... oh wait, I missed the launch, maybe I'm not so lucky

Yea, our baby has grown up quite a bit. The 1st anniversary is in about a month on May 22.

We are already close to the 2nd block reward reduction to 22 LKY at block 200,000.
Please join the miners at pool.luckycoin.cc!

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I'm feeling lucky ... oh wait, I missed the launch, maybe I'm not so lucky

Yea, our baby has grown up quite a bit. The 1st anniversary is in about a month on May 22.

We are already close to the 2nd block reward reduction to 22 LKY at block 200,000.
Please join the miners at pool.luckycoin.cc!


Hello Guys, I just want to let you know, that I am buing LKY as much as I can. This coin is awesome, with active developer, unique, just lacks broader popularity. It will take some time, but this coin is already old and not pump&dump scam, it is like a gold for me. Thank you Titan.
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I'm feeling lucky ... oh wait, I missed the launch, maybe I'm not so lucky

Yea, our baby has grown up quite a bit. The 1st anniversary is in about a month on May 22.

We are already close to the 2nd block reward reduction to 22 LKY at block 200,000.
Please join the miners at pool.luckycoin.cc!


Hello Guys, I just want to let you know, that I am buing LKY as much as I can. This coin is awesome, with active developer, unique, just lacks broader popularity. It will take some time, but this coin is already old and not pump&dump scam, it is like a gold for me. Thank you Titan.

Thanks!

I've been working on a better difficulty retargeting scheme over the last few weeks with an intra block retargeting algorithm to make the network more resilient.

The ASICs are coming and the Luckycoin network will embrace them.

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Dear Luckycoin community,

Service Announcement: Bluey VPN
http://www.blueyvpn.com/

Luckycoin is now available as payment option at Bluey VPN!

Please visit http://www.blueyvpn.com/ page and choose any of the specified VPN uses and select PAY WITH ALT COIN payment option.

Get Lucky,

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Dear Luckycoin community,

Service Announcement: Bluey VPN
http://www.blueyvpn.com/

Luckycoin is now available as payment option at Bluey VPN!

Please visit http://www.blueyvpn.com/ page and choose any of the specified VPN uses and select PAY WITH ALT COIN payment option.

Get Lucky,

Titan



Titan, I like what you are doing for LKY!!! I am promotiing LKY on Cryptsy, this coin is awesome and need to have much bigger community. This is not pump&dump scam but serious coin!! I think LKY will increase the price 50x next year.
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  what about the  old luckcoin ?
     the second ?
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  what about the  old luckcoin ?
     the second ?

are there more Luck coins?  I thought there is Lucky coin and Lucky 7 coin. Lucky 7 is abondoned and need to be forked to stay alive. Lucky is amazing coin with Titan taking care of it all the time. What Luck coin do you mean?
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May 11, 2014, 07:09:56 PM
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Titan, I like what you are doing for LKY!!! I am promotiing LKY on Cryptsy, this coin is awesome and need to have much bigger community. This is not pump&dump scam but serious coin!! I think LKY will increase the price 50x next year.

Great! Yes, there is a lot of room to grow. We have a stable investor base and already a relatively low inflation.
The network operation is very close to the optimal block rate since the last reward reduction and we are already 25% through the 3rd reward reduction cycle.

There are several ongoing projects that need community help.
One main focus is Coin Payments: https://www.coinpayments.net
In the last vote the Luckycoin raced ahead of DGB and DRK. Well it was a close call. LOL!
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

I was playing with a custom multipool code last night. It might be interesting to have a custom multipool running for the Luckycoin, like many POS coins do.

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Looks interesting,i am here and I will apply for the coin!
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Dear Luckycoin community,

New Official Luckycoin Twitter Channel!
Luckycoin Foundation @lkyfoundation
https://twitter.com/lkyfoundation

Follow the Luckycoin on Twitter!

Get Lucky,

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Luckycoin got mentioned and linked in the CNN Money article:

http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/gigaom/articles/2014_05_04_such_dogecoin_much_validity_how_one_altcoin_may_have_turned_into_cryptocurrencys_best_marketing_tool.html

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We should  fully discusse this coin~!

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We should  fully discusse this coin~!

I am listening...

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Looks interesting,i am here and I will apply for the coin!

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I love the concept and enjoy the spunk of the dev team, I hope this becomes a reality,

cheers.
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there is small in this thread

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there is small in this thread

The new official Luckycoin thread was launched only a few days ago and it is growing.

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Dear Luckycoin community,

Please join the new Luckycoin Twitter channel!

@lkyfoundation

Get Lucky,

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I see a lot of traffic from China on the luckycoin.cc site.
Can anyone help out with Chinese language skills with a website translation?
Please send me a PM if you are interested.

Thanks!
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Luckycoin is in the pipeline to get listed on Allcrypt.com and Bittrex.com to get some more exposure.

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Perfect!!!! I wish I had 10 BTC, someone is willing to sell 1 milion of LKY on Cryptsy now!!! Such a huge opportunity to buy big volume of this awesome coin.
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Short and margin trading code moving along. Shorting works. Working on margin positions now. Hoping to launch... soon?

https://twitter.com/All_Crypt/statuses/465976316626755584

How sweet is that?!

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this is the most beautiful coin in my life Wink

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Dear Luckycoin community,

Please vote for the Luckycoin to be accepted by CoinPayments!
A new round of coin voting has started today.
https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

CoinPayments is a leading altcoin payment processor.
Please send me PM if you have any questions!

Get Lucky,

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Please follow the Luckycoin on Twitter to get the latest news updates!

Twitter: @LKYFoundation

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Optimistic about this coin. Now take advantage of the low price, I wil buy some.
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Anyone know what gives with this message in the client?


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Anyone know what gives with this message in the client?



I don't see any issues on the Luckycoin network. Checkpointing is working normally.

It seems your block chain data got corrupted. Please delete your chain data and download a good chain again.

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Happy Birthday Luckycoin!

The Luckycoin is one year old today!


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Happy Birthday Luckycoin!

The Luckycoin is one year old today!



Titan, don't you know who created that 9 BTC sell wall on cryptsy at 880-900 satoshi? I planed to pump LKY when it was 600 satoshi, now it is 370 and falling down. I know, there is not much sell orders, but since there are neither buy orders price will decline and it  will be much harder to get LKY some value again. It could be completely different, if that 9 BTC sell wall wasn't there. Pumping cheap coins with such sell walls is impossible, it just makes LKY cheaper and cheaper.
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Titan, don't you know who created that 9 BTC sell wall on cryptsy at 880-900 satoshi? I planed to pump LKY when it was 600 satoshi, now it is 370 and falling down. I know, there is not much sell orders, but since there are neither buy orders price will decline and it  will be much harder to get LKY some value again. It could be completely different, if that 9 BTC sell wall wasn't there. Pumping cheap coins with such sell walls is impossible, it just makes LKY cheaper and cheaper.

Yes, I have been watching this. The sell orders are not mine for the record.
I assume the seller wants to push the price lower and shake out some weak hands, or maybe he simply wants to sell at a certain price.
You are right there was an opportunity to get some action two weeks ago, but it didn't get much traction.

The whole market is weak, so maybe it is better to take 10BTC and pick up twice as many coins at lower prices.

I have been looking into MRO recently for some additional anonymity features. It is an interesting code base.

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Dear Luckycoin community,

The Luckycoin is now available for trading on Allcrypt.com!
https://www.allcrypt.com/market?id=757

Get Lucky,

Titan

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Titan, don't you know who created that 9 BTC sell wall on cryptsy at 880-900 satoshi? I planed to pump LKY when it was 600 satoshi, now it is 370 and falling down. I know, there is not much sell orders, but since there are neither buy orders price will decline and it  will be much harder to get LKY some value again. It could be completely different, if that 9 BTC sell wall wasn't there. Pumping cheap coins with such sell walls is impossible, it just makes LKY cheaper and cheaper.

Yes, I have been watching this. The sell orders are not mine for the record.
I assume the seller wants to push the price lower and shake out some weak hands, or maybe he simply wants to sell at a certain price.
You are right there was an opportunity to get some action two weeks ago, but it didn't get much traction.

The whole market is weak, so maybe it is better to take 10BTC and pick up twice as many coins at lower prices.

I have been looking into MRO recently for some additional anonymity features. It is an interesting code base.


Can you implement that kind of anonymity into LKY? If you make LKY anonymous like MRO, the price will 100x in a month. It is hot today. Since LKY is only POW, it is less attractive than other POS, POW/POS coins. Anonymity with old coin history, with full time active DEV are the best reasons to buy all LKT on the market. Let us know. Thank you
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Is there same simple way how to accept LKY as web payment method? Best would be some JS library with simple include and simple call + some web server to call my callback URL on my server with confirmation. Or at least some service with API, where my server can ask for transaction status. Installing wallet and using wallet software + using blockchain is nightmare for payment acceptance. People need simple way how to accept crypto payments.
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Can you implement that kind of anonymity into LKY? If you make LKY anonymous like MRO, the price will 100x in a month. It is hot today. Since LKY is only POW, it is less attractive than other POS, POW/POS coins. Anonymity with old coin history, with full time active DEV are the best reasons to buy all LKT on the market. Let us know. Thank you

I have actually been playing with some ideas in that direction. I even thought about a launch of a Cryptonote type network, but without a link to the current Luckycoin network it would not create much value, imo. What would be interesting is to have these two types share their coins, or at least be able to transfer coins back and forth in a way. Doing some merged mining would be a starting point.

I already had a lot of private discussions about the POW/POS topic. My point of view is that a coin with POW + ACP (automatic checkpointing) and an accelerated reward reduction is very similar to a POS coin in the long run. For both types POW mining will be eventually low and the blockchain is secured by other means, i.e. ACP or POS mining. Although I would argue that ACP is safer at that point, because there is no 51% attack on ACP compared to POS. Although owning 51% of the coins and destroying the network is a bit rude.

Mining is in a sense smoke and mirrors while the checkpoints are the key.
Read this paper for some enlightenment: http://www.links.org/files/decentralised-currencies.pdf

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Is there same simple way how to accept LKY as web payment method? Best would be some JS library with simple include and simple call + some web server to call my callback URL on my server with confirmation. Or at least some service with API, where my server can ask for transaction status. Installing wallet and using wallet software + using blockchain is nightmare for payment acceptance. People need simple way how to accept crypto payments.

Luckycoin is essentially Litecoin/Bitcoin, so there are many options to adapt Bitcoin software.
The operator of http://www.blueyvpn.com/ implemented a Luckycoin payment option for his business.
You might want to get in touch with him.

CoinPayments is another option I am trying to get the Luckycoin listed.

While we are on the topic please vote for the Luckycoin to be accepted by CoinPayments.
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Is there same simple way how to accept LKY as web payment method? Best would be some JS library with simple include and simple call + some web server to call my callback URL on my server with confirmation. Or at least some service with API, where my server can ask for transaction status. Installing wallet and using wallet software + using blockchain is nightmare for payment acceptance. People need simple way how to accept crypto payments.

Luckycoin is essentially Litecoin/Bitcoin, so there are many options to adapt Bitcoin software.
The operator of http://www.blueyvpn.com/ implemented a Luckycoin payment option for his business.
You might want to get in touch with him.

CoinPayments is another option I am trying to get the Luckycoin listed.

While we are on the topic please vote for the Luckycoin to be accepted by CoinPayments.
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Can you implement that kind of anonymity into LKY? If you make LKY anonymous like MRO, the price will 100x in a month. It is hot today. Since LKY is only POW, it is less attractive than other POS, POW/POS coins. Anonymity with old coin history, with full time active DEV are the best reasons to buy all LKT on the market. Let us know. Thank you

I have actually been playing with some ideas in that direction. I even thought about a launch of a Cryptonote type network, but without a link to the current Luckycoin network it would not create much value, imo. What would be interesting is to have these two types share their coins, or at least be able to transfer coins back and forth in a way. Doing some merged mining would be a starting point.

I already had a lot of private discussions about the POW/POS topic. My point of view is that a coin with POW + ACP (automatic checkpointing) and an accelerated reward reduction is very similar to a POS coin in the long run. For both types POW mining will be eventually low and the blockchain is secured by other means, i.e. ACP or POS mining. Although I would argue that ACP is safer at that point, because there is no 51% attack on ACP compared to POS. Although owning 51% of the coins and destroying the network is a bit rude.

Mining is in a sense smoke and mirrors while the checkpoints are the key.
Read this paper for some enlightenment: http://www.links.org/files/decentralised-currencies.pdf



I have read the paper, it is too abstract. Is there already something like this implemented? So you can use something what was already implemented somewhere else and tested. Anyway, it sounds like a good idea how to make the currency save for long run.

What about anonymity protocol? Are you planning something in near future?

The good news are there is a buy support forming on LKY on cryptsy, it seems not only me and you are interested in this coin:)
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The Luckycoin got some media exposure on Wired.com today:

Bitcoin Isn稚 the Only Way You Can Mine a Digital Fortune
http://www.wired.com/2014/06/litecoin_mining/

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Can you implement that kind of anonymity into LKY? If you make LKY anonymous like MRO, the price will 100x in a month. It is hot today. Since LKY is only POW, it is less attractive than other POS, POW/POS coins. Anonymity with old coin history, with full time active DEV are the best reasons to buy all LKT on the market. Let us know. Thank you

I have actually been playing with some ideas in that direction. I even thought about a launch of a Cryptonote type network, but without a link to the current Luckycoin network it would not create much value, imo. What would be interesting is to have these two types share their coins, or at least be able to transfer coins back and forth in a way. Doing some merged mining would be a starting point.

I already had a lot of private discussions about the POW/POS topic. My point of view is that a coin with POW + ACP (automatic checkpointing) and an accelerated reward reduction is very similar to a POS coin in the long run. For both types POW mining will be eventually low and the blockchain is secured by other means, i.e. ACP or POS mining. Although I would argue that ACP is safer at that point, because there is no 51% attack on ACP compared to POS. Although owning 51% of the coins and destroying the network is a bit rude.

Mining is in a sense smoke and mirrors while the checkpoints are the key.
Read this paper for some enlightenment: http://www.links.org/files/decentralised-currencies.pdf



I have read the paper, it is too abstract. Is there already something like this implemented? So you can use something what was already implemented somewhere else and tested. Anyway, it sounds like a good idea how to make the currency save for long run.

What about anonymity protocol? Are you planning something in near future?

The good news are there is a buy support forming on LKY on cryptsy, it seems not only me and you are interested in this coin:)

Peercoin was an early spinoff of the ideas presented in the paper. Mining is a means to find temporary consensus, but only checkpoints set things in stone. If you have a quantum computer you could rewrite even the Bitcoin block chain back to the last checkpoint. The checkpointing system has been implemented in the Luckycoin at the end of last year and has kept the coin safe since then.

I have been researching the newer anonymity features. I am currently looking into options to link a Cryptonote type block chain with a Bitcoin type block chain. The Bitcoin infrastructure is currently much more advanced compared to Cryptonote, so it is a good idea to look at some hybrid solutions.

I am thinking along the lines to have a more anonymous sister network based on Cryptonote technology but link it closely to the current Luckycoin network. As I have outlined before the Luckycoin network will continue to play an essential role in the future.

Yes, we have got some good support on Cryptsy. The Luckycoin has seen even a bit less volatility compared to other coins, but generally the coins tend to move with the overall market. Selling pressure from mining is already relatively low and we are halfway through the third mining cycle.


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The https://www.megamultipool.com put a lot of hash rate on the Luckycoin network last night and drove up the difficulty.

I haven't seen a pool doing this for a while. I have sent them an email for comment.
I the mean time the network operation is back to normal.

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Can you implement that kind of anonymity into LKY? If you make LKY anonymous like MRO, the price will 100x in a month. It is hot today. Since LKY is only POW, it is less attractive than other POS, POW/POS coins. Anonymity with old coin history, with full time active DEV are the best reasons to buy all LKT on the market. Let us know. Thank you

I have actually been playing with some ideas in that direction. I even thought about a launch of a Cryptonote type network, but without a link to the current Luckycoin network it would not create much value, imo. What would be interesting is to have these two types share their coins, or at least be able to transfer coins back and forth in a way. Doing some merged mining would be a starting point.

I already had a lot of private discussions about the POW/POS topic. My point of view is that a coin with POW + ACP (automatic checkpointing) and an accelerated reward reduction is very similar to a POS coin in the long run. For both types POW mining will be eventually low and the blockchain is secured by other means, i.e. ACP or POS mining. Although I would argue that ACP is safer at that point, because there is no 51% attack on ACP compared to POS. Although owning 51% of the coins and destroying the network is a bit rude.

Mining is in a sense smoke and mirrors while the checkpoints are the key.
Read this paper for some enlightenment: http://www.links.org/files/decentralised-currencies.pdf



I have read the paper, it is too abstract. Is there already something like this implemented? So you can use something what was already implemented somewhere else and tested. Anyway, it sounds like a good idea how to make the currency save for long run.

What about anonymity protocol? Are you planning something in near future?

The good news are there is a buy support forming on LKY on cryptsy, it seems not only me and you are interested in this coin:)

Peercoin was an early spinoff of the ideas presented in the paper. Mining is a means to find temporary consensus, but only checkpoints set things in stone. If you have a quantum computer you could rewrite even the Bitcoin block chain back to the last checkpoint. The checkpointing system has been implemented in the Luckycoin at the end of last year and has kept the coin safe since then.

I have been researching the newer anonymity features. I am currently looking into options to link a Cryptonote type block chain with a Bitcoin type block chain. The Bitcoin infrastructure is currently much more advanced compared to Cryptonote, so it is a good idea to look at some hybrid solutions.

I am thinking along the lines to have a more anonymous sister network based on Cryptonote technology but link it closely to the current Luckycoin network. As I have outlined before the Luckycoin network will continue to play an essential role in the future.

Yes, we have got some good support on Cryptsy. The Luckycoin has seen even a bit less volatility compared to other coins, but generally the coins tend to move with the overall market. Selling pressure from mining is already relatively low and we are halfway through the third mining cycle.



I just went trough Cryptonote blockchain paper(Very fast, I will have to to it again more deeply, but I think I understand basics thanks to my Cryptology lessons from my studies.). As far as I understand, almost everything is different. Group keys, Addresses, verification.. Almost nothing is common.  How you want to make hybrid solution? Do you want to modify protocol to use all those new features? Or to support both types? Old LKY protocol + new group key signing, with both old and new adresses? I can imagine it can be done, it should not be hard to be able to use 2 different type of transactions, if you solve the problem how to send coins from old address type to new one and back. But I have no idea what is the impact on blockchain. But If you manage to create such hypbrid solution, LKY will be much more expensive than monero;)
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I just went trough Cryptonote blockchain paper(Very fast, I will have to to it again more deeply, but I think I understand basics thanks to my Cryptology lessons from my studies.). As far as I understand, almost everything is different. Group keys, Addresses, verification.. Almost nothing is common.  How you want to make hybrid solution? Do you want to modify protocol to use all those new features? Or to support both types? Old LKY protocol + new group key signing, with both old and new adresses? I can imagine it can be done, it should not be hard to be able to use 2 different type of transactions, if you solve the problem how to send coins from old address type to new one and back. But I have no idea what is the impact on blockchain. But If you manage to create such hypbrid solution, LKY will be much more expensive than monero;)

A block chain level integration of the two technologies is certainly very difficult with the current code base.
We would need an even more general and flexible and configurable crypto framework to build upon.

On the other hand it is possible to use exchanges or other trusted entities to transfer coins from one network to another. An exchange address is designated as a coin "sink" on one side. All coins received at that address are exchanged and then sent to the other network. This has already been done for coin relaunches. Here it would be a permanent mechanism to let the coins flow back and forth between the networks. Still, there has to be enough liquidity in the exchange to make it feasible.

In this construction the Cryptonote network would act as a giant coin mixer network and as a companion to the Luckycoin network.

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I just went trough Cryptonote blockchain paper(Very fast, I will have to to it again more deeply, but I think I understand basics thanks to my Cryptology lessons from my studies.). As far as I understand, almost everything is different. Group keys, Addresses, verification.. Almost nothing is common.  How you want to make hybrid solution? Do you want to modify protocol to use all those new features? Or to support both types? Old LKY protocol + new group key signing, with both old and new adresses? I can imagine it can be done, it should not be hard to be able to use 2 different type of transactions, if you solve the problem how to send coins from old address type to new one and back. But I have no idea what is the impact on blockchain. But If you manage to create such hypbrid solution, LKY will be much more expensive than monero;)

A block chain level integration of the two technologies is certainly very difficult with the current code base.
We would need an even more general and flexible and configurable crypto framework to build upon.

On the other hand it is possible to use exchanges or other trusted entities to transfer coins from one network to another. An exchange address is designated as a coin "sink" on one side. All coins received at that address are exchanged and then sent to the other network. This has already been done for coin relaunches. Here it would be a permanent mechanism to let the coins flow back and forth between the networks. Still, there has to be enough liquidity in the exchange to make it feasible.

In this construction the Cryptonote network would act as a giant coin mixer network and as a companion to the Luckycoin network.


I think it is complicated. Converting old coins to new coins on relaunch is one time job. Your solution requires some tusted exchange with liquidity all the time. Maybe the solution could be to create new coin - aLKY - anonymous LKY and use Proof of Burn concept. If someone from LKY blockchain sends his coins to 1 well defined public address in LKY blockchain without private key, he burns and destroys his coins. This will be detected by anonymous LKY client and it will create new address in anonymous blockchain with that exact number of coins. The new anonymous address can be specified in that burning transaction as commentary.  Same can be done if someone wants to send coins from Anonymous LKY to old LKY blockchain. He can burn anonymous LKY and as a commentary will be new LKY address.  This way, the only task is to implement coin burn detection on another blockchain.  The drawback is, there will be 2 blockchains required for correct work. LKY will not be able to work without aLKY and vice versa. The cool part is,LKY blockchain will be same as BTC has, and aLKY will have same blockchain as Monero.  Problem is, that blockgeneartion will require miners to add detect burned transactions from other blockchain.  Mining can be hybrid, some on aLKY some on LKY.
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I just went trough Cryptonote blockchain paper(Very fast, I will have to to it again more deeply, but I think I understand basics thanks to my Cryptology lessons from my studies.). As far as I understand, almost everything is different. Group keys, Addresses, verification.. Almost nothing is common.  How you want to make hybrid solution? Do you want to modify protocol to use all those new features? Or to support both types? Old LKY protocol + new group key signing, with both old and new adresses? I can imagine it can be done, it should not be hard to be able to use 2 different type of transactions, if you solve the problem how to send coins from old address type to new one and back. But I have no idea what is the impact on blockchain. But If you manage to create such hypbrid solution, LKY will be much more expensive than monero;)

A block chain level integration of the two technologies is certainly very difficult with the current code base.
We would need an even more general and flexible and configurable crypto framework to build upon.

On the other hand it is possible to use exchanges or other trusted entities to transfer coins from one network to another. An exchange address is designated as a coin "sink" on one side. All coins received at that address are exchanged and then sent to the other network. This has already been done for coin relaunches. Here it would be a permanent mechanism to let the coins flow back and forth between the networks. Still, there has to be enough liquidity in the exchange to make it feasible.

In this construction the Cryptonote network would act as a giant coin mixer network and as a companion to the Luckycoin network.


I think it is complicated. Converting old coins to new coins on relaunch is one time job. Your solution requires some tusted exchange with liquidity all the time. Maybe the solution could be to create new coin - aLKY - anonymous LKY and use Proof of Burn concept. If someone from LKY blockchain sends his coins to 1 well defined public address in LKY blockchain without private key, he burns and destroys his coins. This will be detected by anonymous LKY client and it will create new address in anonymous blockchain with that exact number of coins. The new anonymous address can be specified in that burning transaction as commentary.  Same can be done if someone wants to send coins from Anonymous LKY to old LKY blockchain. He can burn anonymous LKY and as a commentary will be new LKY address.  This way, the only task is to implement coin burn detection on another blockchain.  The drawback is, there will be 2 blockchains required for correct work. LKY will not be able to work without aLKY and vice versa. The cool part is,LKY blockchain will be same as BTC has, and aLKY will have same blockchain as Monero.  Problem is, that blockgeneartion will require miners to add detect burned transactions from other blockchain.  Mining can be hybrid, some on aLKY some on LKY.

Thanks for the hint on the proof of burn strategy. I never really looked into the details of proof of burn.

I have been sketching some designs of a flexible crypto framework that would allow to process different block chains.
In the end we might get to a point where we can feed different block chains into one wallet and fuse the block chains together.

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Hashing got quite competitive on the Luckycoin lately.

The megamultipool.com takes the Luckycoin for a ride now every weekend, for whatever algorithmic reason.
With Litecoin down, the profitability of the Luckycoin is now competitive even with difficulty around 2.

It seems the Luckycoinpool.com site has been taken offline by Cryptsy again.
After similar incidents some weeks ago with the Luckycoinpool.com most miners moved to the new Luckycoin community mining pool pool.luckycoin.cc anyway. I actually expected this move by Cryptsy to come a bit earlier.

Please join the miners on pool.luckycoin.cc!

With the accelerated reward reduction of the Luckycoin and the transition to ASIC miners it will be interesting to see where we will end up towards the end of the year. Mining profitability is quickly heading south, with the whole crypto market under pressure. Getting a good ROI on an ASIC miner at current prices might be tough over the next months.
I think the scrypt ASICs might be even heavily discounted later this summer, if the price erosion on the crypto market continues, and more and more coins move away from scrypt.

I have no intention to move the Luckycoin away from scrypt mining. In the end the miners want to mine and want to get paid a competitive rate. ASICs are much more environmentally friendly due to the lower energy consumption.

The inflation on the Luckycoin is already low, with nearly 85% of all coins mined. The impact of the miners on the market is gradually decreasing. The next mining cycle, 100,000 blocks, will produce about 1.25 million coins with a market value of about $2000 over a period of two months. At the end of the year no one should complain that there wasn't a good chance to pick up some coins.

I am planning a new Luckycoin client release towards the end of August based on the latest Bitcoin code base.


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Luckycoin (LKY) has established partnership with Bitscoinshop (http://www.bitscoinshop.com.br/en/) where you can buy items by using Luckycoin, and enjoy 10% discount. As Luckycoin is not yet integrated with the payment platform, you will need to use the following procedure during checkout:
 
1. Customers wishing to purchase using Luckycoin should choose the product, along with signing up with the details and place of delivery;
 
2. Choose the bank transfer as the payment method, meanwhile leave a message to indicate that you want to pay with Luckycoin;
 
3. In the message, specify the dollar amount of your purchase (with 10% discount) and the quote of the current exchanging rate. Bitscoinshop will convert the amount of your purchase into Luckycoin, and send wallet address for payment.
 
4. Once confirmed the payment, items will be delivered.
 
We have many items for mining as gridseed, Asics, shoes and articles of clothing.

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Dear Luckycoin community,

The Luckycoin is now available as a payment option on Bitscoinshop!
Women's & Men's Clothes | Shoes | Eyeglasses | Perfumes | Phones | Miners | Pipes | Watches | Computers
http://bitscoinshop.com.br/en/

Get Lucky,

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I have updated the front page with all the latest info.

A lot of services, pools, and exchanges have gone out of business over the last two months.

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I have added the Unionminer pool to the custom multipool list on the front page.
http://unionminer.com

The Unionminer pool is classic multipool with auto switching and dedicated coin pools.

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I have made some good progress on the ASIC resistant intra block difficulty adjustment scheme.
The algorithm works very well under normal conditions but still needs some tweaking under specific attack scenarios.
Stratum and getwork mining work now after tweaking the client a bit. Even the native Bitcoin client seems to be a bit buggy with intra block difficulty adjustments that happen on the testnet.

I had a look at the Razor anon scheme. This seems to be a viable option to play the anon theme.

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Titan, have you thought anymore of implementing KGW to stop the difflocks?

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Titan, have you thought anymore of implementing KGW to stop the difflocks?

I didn't implement KGW in the past because it it not efficient for mobile wallets.

Something much better is in the works. It already works very well on test net.
It's a stochastic intra block retargeting scheme that can compensate 100x hash rate fluctuation with minimal block chain slowdown.
I am still working on hardening the scheme against attacks, but I think I nailed the main issue.

We will hard fork over the next four weeks. I still have to port ACP to the Bitcoin client 0.9.1.
In the mean time the Luckycoin network got some Scrypt ASICS to keep the network operation smooth.

The next reward reduction is coming this week at block 300,000. This will further reduce the selling pressure from the miners.
During the next cycle we will have a coin production rate of about 20 USD per day.

I think it will take one more month or two for the crypto market to bottom out.
LTC is taking a beating today, but there is no panic yet.

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Titan, have you thought anymore of implementing KGW to stop the difflocks?

I didn't implement KGW in the past because it it not efficient for mobile wallets.

Something much better is in the works. It already works very well on test net.
It's a stochastic intra block retargeting scheme that can compensate 100x hash rate fluctuation with minimal block chain slowdown.
I am still working on hardening the scheme against attacks, but I think I nailed the main issue.

We will hard fork over the next four weeks. I still have to port ACP to the Bitcoin client 0.9.1.
In the mean time the Luckycoin network got some Scrypt ASICS to keep the network operation smooth.

The next reward reduction is coming this week at block 300,000. This will further reduce the selling pressure from the miners.
During the next cycle we will have a coin production rate of about 20 USD per day.

I think it will take one more month or two for the crypto market to bottom out.
LTC is taking a beating today, but there is no panic yet.

Thanks for the update Titan. Glad to see you are carrying luckycoin forward.  Very interesting theories regarding market bottom however.

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Thanks for the update Titan. Glad to see you are carrying luckycoin forward.  Very interesting theories regarding market bottom however.

We are seeing some panic now. LTC down 50% within a week, DRK down 80%, still waiting for DOGE teens.
I think LTC will go down to 2-3 USD. This is about the electricity cost of running a Scrypt ASIC. So this might set a bottom there.

The Luckycoin is closing in on block 300,000 today and the reward will be halved to 11 coins, reducing the coin production to 16,000 LKY per day.

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Thanks for the update Titan. Glad to see you are carrying luckycoin forward.  Very interesting theories regarding market bottom however.

We are seeing some panic now. LTC down 50% within a week, DRK down 80%, still waiting for DOGE teens.
I think LTC will go down to 2-3 USD. This is about the electricity cost of running a Scrypt ASIC. So this might set a bottom there.

The Luckycoin is closing in on block 300,000 today and the reward will be halved to 11 coins, reducing the coin production to 16,000 LKY per day.


How right you were Titan.  I will be adding LuckyCoin to CoinGather.com trading in the BTC market.  I'll post when it is completed.

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How right you were Titan.  I will be adding LuckyCoin to CoinGather.com trading in the BTC market.  I'll post when it is completed.

Great! Thanks!

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The deposit issues at Cryptsy after their server crash have been resolved for the Luckycoin.
Everything is back to normal.

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The network operation of the Luckycoin network is very good since the last reward reduction at block 300,000.
The average block time for the last 28,000 blocks is 68 seconds. So the Luckycoin network operates close to optimal.

The daily coin production is already quite low at about 60 * 24 * (11 + 1.5) = 18,000 LKY per day.
At the current price of 400 Satoshi about 18000 * 0.00000400 = 0.072 BTC have to be absorbed daily by the exchanges and miners.
Compared to many other network the selling pressure is still quite low.

I think the overall crypto market is starting to turn now. On the other hand the mining scene has dramatically changed for the Scrypt coins.
I have been following the developments at GAW miners over the last few weeks.
The introduction of hashlets was certainly interesting, although many questions of the future evolution of the hashlets are still open.

Nevertheless, I have started to experiment with the hashlets. Eventually, if the hashlet model proves to be sustainable, these could be used to support the Luckycoin network and provide some asset backing.

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The Luckycoin has a new trading pair on Cryptsy:

LKY/XRP (Luckycoin -> Ripple)
https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/438

The current market value is 0.34 LKY/XRP

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Hello to all Luckycoin community.
We are partnering with the Luckycoin and we will be accepting it as payment in our shop http://bitscoinshop.com.br/en/
For currencies not yet have integration with CoinPayments, follow the instructions below for manual purchase.

These altcoins still lack integration with our payment platform because it uses coin payments Them to follow the instructions below.

1 - Select your product and Typically perform the registration on the site.

2 - Choose the way of payment via bank deposit.

3 - Leave us a message que you want to pay using one of the coins above it.

4 - After que send the value of your purchase already in the currency chosen and the address of our wallet.

5 - After the payment confirmation we will start the shipping of your product.

And now we bring more innovation, we are a paypal verified shop and we are accepting credit cards and parceling purchases at 6x via paypal.

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Hi there everyone i am currently trying to make a nomp pool for luckycoin. but it keeps saying that my p2p magic value is wrong.
i found the value for the network to be in main.cpp
after pchmessage[4] 0xfb 0xc0 0xb6 0xdb

taking out all of the 0x's = fbc0b6db
anything im doing wrong?

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Hi there everyone i am currently trying to make a nomp pool for luckycoin. but it keeps saying that my p2p magic value is wrong.
i found the value for the network to be in main.cpp
after pchmessage[4] 0xfb 0xc0 0xb6 0xdb

taking out all of the 0x's = fbc0b6db
anything im doing wrong?


That is correct, it should be the same as litecoins.  Can you show your nomp config?

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Hi there everyone i am currently trying to make a nomp pool for luckycoin. but it keeps saying that my p2p magic value is wrong.
i found the value for the network to be in main.cpp
after pchmessage[4] 0xfb 0xc0 0xb6 0xdb

taking out all of the 0x's = fbc0b6db
anything im doing wrong?

If you're not using the peer to peer setting, the magic number can be removed. If you are, don't know what to tell you. I only use NOMP as a stratum, as I think the website sucks in all dimensions from visual to function.

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Mining this now.

I Am Deavmi.
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November 27, 2014, 12:33:08 AM
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Interesting article: A Name Matters: Cryptocurrency Names and Ratings

http://altcoinpress.com/2014/11/a-name-matters-cryptocurrency-names-and-ratings/

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November 27, 2014, 12:39:56 AM
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Cryptsy is still holding the Luckycoin hostage.
The coin is under maintenance for over two weeks now.
Please also put in some tickets to get this sorted out.
There is no reason for the exchange wallet to be offline that long.

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November 27, 2014, 12:52:03 AM
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Titan, have you thought anymore of implementing KGW to stop the difflocks?

I didn't implement KGW in the past because it it not efficient for mobile wallets.

Something much better is in the works. It already works very well on test net.
It's a stochastic intra block retargeting scheme that can compensate 100x hash rate fluctuation with minimal block chain slowdown.
I am still working on hardening the scheme against attacks, but I think I nailed the main issue.

We will hard fork over the next four weeks. I still have to port ACP to the Bitcoin client 0.9.1.
In the mean time the Luckycoin network got some Scrypt ASICS to keep the network operation smooth.

The next reward reduction is coming this week at block 300,000. This will further reduce the selling pressure from the miners.
During the next cycle we will have a coin production rate of about 20 USD per day.

I think it will take one more month or two for the crypto market to bottom out.
LTC is taking a beating today, but there is no panic yet.

So far ACP for Bitcoin 0.9.1 proofed to be a road block for the further client update.
The Bitcoin developers changed the internal workings how the block chain is handled that directly interferes with the ACP mechanism.
As far as I know no one has managed to upgrade ACP to the Bitcoin 0.9.x wallet series.
Feathercoin, the first proponent of ACP, is still on the 0.8.x series. I will take another shot at it over the holidays.

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LKY FTW!  Grin

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Cryptsy is still holding the Luckycoin hostage.
The coin is under maintenance for over two weeks now.
Please also put in some tickets to get this sorted out.
There is no reason for the exchange wallet to be offline that long.

Titan

dont know what they are doing with it but i have 80K + stuck now

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Cryptsy is still holding the Luckycoin hostage.
The coin is under maintenance for over two weeks now.
Please also put in some tickets to get this sorted out.
There is no reason for the exchange wallet to be offline that long.

Titan

dont know what they are doing with it but i have 80K + stuck now


Another week passed and in the usual fashion Cryptsy is not responding.
Please everyone open a Ticket at Cryptsy to put the Luckycoin out of maintenance.
There is no reason for the Luckycoin to be in maintenance for a month.

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Cryptsy is still holding the Luckycoin hostage.
The coin is under maintenance for over two weeks now.
Please also put in some tickets to get this sorted out.
There is no reason for the exchange wallet to be offline that long.

Titan

dont know what they are doing with it but i have 80K + stuck now


Another week passed and in the usual fashion Cryptsy is not responding.
Please everyone open a Ticket at Cryptsy to put the Luckycoin out of maintenance.
There is no reason for the Luckycoin to be in maintenance for a month.

Titan


Finally, Cryptsy has woken up to the issue and I got a reply after a month.
I expect some progress now to get the Luckycoin wallet back online now.

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Titan, I went ahead and listed LuckyCoin on CoinGather.

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Titan, I went ahead and listed LuckyCoin on CoinGather.

Great, thank you!

https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

It seems the exchange is not fully functional yet...

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Please vote for the Luckycoin to be added to AskCoin!

https://askcoin.net/votes

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December 12, 2014, 03:51:11 PM
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Dear Luckycoin community,

The Luckycoin is expanding with a new marketing team!
I will introduce the new members over the next weeks.
Stay tuned...

Get Lucky,

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Please, everyone help to keep the Luckycoin on Coinmine.pw!
Coinmine is an advanced multipool with many nice features.

Please send a message to coinminepw@gmail.com to express your support for the Luckycoin.

Thank you!

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December 12, 2014, 09:35:02 PM
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For those who look beyond the next day or month this is an interesting piece to listen to.
And in the end why work on crypto currencies is important.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yflF-wH_6x8

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Any word on an exchange yet?  The way cryptsy has been the past few months (longer than necessary wallet maintenance, increasing fees, and the general  lagginess) I just want to buy and sell some coins elsewhere.

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Any word on an exchange yet?  The way cryptsy has been the past few months (longer than necessary wallet maintenance, increasing fees, and the general  lagginess) I just want to buy and sell some coins elsewhere.

I have been hammering Cryptsy with tickets for weeks now to get the wallet back online.
Remember what they did during the run up last year? They also put the wallet offline for three weeks during the most volatile time.
Please also submit a ticket to Cryptsy. Usually submitting new tickets gets them faster processed than updating old tickets.

We are also working on getting on new exchanges. Please follow the thread and twitter and help voting. Thanks!

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Please, everyone help to keep the Luckycoin on Coinmine.pw!
Coinmine is an advanced multipool with many nice features.

Please send a message to coinminepw@gmail.com to express your support for the Luckycoin.

Thank you!

Titan

The Coinmine situation is resolved!

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Titan, I went ahead and listed LuckyCoin on CoinGather.

Great, thank you!

https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

It seems the exchange is not fully functional yet...

All good now, had an issue parsing the RPC for listtransactions.

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Titan, I went ahead and listed LuckyCoin on CoinGather.

Great, thank you!

https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

It seems the exchange is not fully functional yet...

All good now, had an issue parsing the RPC for listtransactions.

The coingather exchange is working now.
I have added the exchange link to the front page.

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Dear Luckycoin community,

The Coingather exchange is now open for trading the Luckycoin!
https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

Get Lucky,

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Dear Luckycoin community,

Get some Luckycoins from Multifaucet for free!
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=LKY

Get Lucky,

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idk about you guys but i can't get coingather to send my verification email Sad


edit never mind my email was being a douche

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idk about you guys but i can't get coingather to send my verification email Sad


edit never mind my email was being a douche

Please, also open a ticket with Cryptsy to get the Luckycoin out of maintenance.

Thanks!

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Mullick, Cryptsy's wallet manager, told me that the Luckycoin wallet is on top of his list now.

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Happy New Year 2015!

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Happy new year Titan!

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Happy new year Titan!

 Grin

I've been busily coding a new Luckycoin wallet over the last few days.
ACP is still a challenge to get into the Bitcoin 0.9.x series wallets.

Looks like we got some trading going on coingather!
https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

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Happy new year Titan!

 Grin

I've been busily coding a new Luckycoin wallet over the last few days.
ACP is still a challenge to get into the Bitcoin 0.9.x series wallets.

Looks like we got some trading going on coingather!
https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

Titan

That is great to hear!  I noticed that, just need some more sell orders!  Too bad everyone's coins are stuck at crypsty at the moment :/

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Happy new year Titan!

 Grin

I've been busily coding a new Luckycoin wallet over the last few days.
ACP is still a challenge to get into the Bitcoin 0.9.x series wallets.

Looks like we got some trading going on coingather!
https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

Titan

That is great to hear!  I noticed that, just need some more sell orders!  Too bad everyone's coins are stuck at crypsty at the moment :/

I've got the redesigned ACP working now in the Bitcoin 0.9.x wallet! This needs now some serious testing.
ACP now manipulates low level data structures at the core of the wallet to trigger the checkpoint reorganizations.
No one has done such a thing before, but everything looks good so far.

Titan


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Happy new year Titan!

 Grin

I've been busily coding a new Luckycoin wallet over the last few days.
ACP is still a challenge to get into the Bitcoin 0.9.x series wallets.

Looks like we got some trading going on coingather!
https://www.coingather.com/exchange/LKY/BTC

Titan

That is great to hear!  I noticed that, just need some more sell orders!  Too bad everyone's coins are stuck at crypsty at the moment :/

I've got the redesigned ACP working now in the Bitcoin 0.9.x wallet! This needs now some serious testing.
ACP now manipulates low level data structures at the core of the wallet to trigger the checkpoint reorganizations.
No one has done such a thing before, but everything looks good so far.

Titan

The new wallet is working fine in my tests. I am still working on the analysis of some potential concurrency issues.
Due to the ACP redesign I have to protect some internal data structures in a different way. All in all the progress is good!
Cryptsy will be the first to get the new wallet.

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January 09, 2015, 03:39:45 AM




Dear Luckycoin community,

The Luckycoin is now available for trading on the BTCPOOL exchange!

Available trading pairs:
LKY/BTC https://btcpool.exchange/market?pair=LKY/BTC
LKY/LTC https://btcpool.exchange/market?pair=LKY/LTC

Get Lucky,

Titan

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January 09, 2015, 09:14:30 PM

I have updated my development code base to the latest Bitcoin Core 0.9.3 from version 0.9.1 with which I started a few months ago.
So the wallet will be as good as the latest Bitcoin Core release with all the features enabled.
The update solves some crashing issues. It seems this was purely related to the Bitcoin code base and not code my extensions.
The new advanced checkpointing code works very well so far. I have yet again restructured and repartitioned the original PPC checkpointing code.

I am now back to the new difficulty retargeting scheme and working out a protection for a specific time warp attack.
I haven't decided yet, if we already hard fork with the wallet update or later on in a second update.
We will see what revelations the weekend brings.

Titan

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January 09, 2015, 10:53:19 PM

I have updated my development code base to the latest Bitcoin Core 0.9.3 from version 0.9.1 with which I started a few months ago.
So the wallet will be as good as the latest Bitcoin Core release with all the features enabled.
The update solves some crashing issues. It seems this was purely related to the Bitcoin code base and not code my extensions.
The new advanced checkpointing code works very well so far. I have yet again restructured and repartitioned the original PPC checkpointing code.

I am now back to the new difficulty retargeting scheme and working out a protection for a specific time warp attack.
I haven't decided yet, if we already hard fork with the wallet update or later on in a second update.
We will see what revelations the weekend brings.

Titan

Hi Titan,
I come here quite often to check LKY progress. I have a question, don't you want to take over LK7 coin too? Of course, it is abbondoned and lost now, but it really need a skilled dev, and you are the best I know. Even simple LKY wallet clone would help a lot.
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January 10, 2015, 04:27:36 AM

Luckycoin has been added to DiabloPool. Check it out at diablopool.com.

Happy mining.

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January 10, 2015, 08:19:02 PM

Luckycoin has been added to DiabloPool. Check it out at diablopool.com.

Happy mining.

Great! Love the site logo!

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January 10, 2015, 08:27:41 PM

Luckycoin has been added to DiabloPool. Check it out at diablopool.com.

Happy mining.

Great! Love the site logo!

Titan

Thanks. The pool is is in phase I right now. Phase II will include a new and improved frontend.

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January 11, 2015, 04:37:08 AM

LKY should go DogeAux
but wait until >25MH/s

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January 11, 2015, 05:45:56 AM

LKY should go DogeAux
but wait until >25MH/s

DogeAux?

https://www.CoinGather.com - Alternate Currency Exchange
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January 11, 2015, 07:38:34 AM

LKY should go DogeAux
but wait until >25MH/s

DogeAux?

DogeAux: Mining together with Litecoin.

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January 11, 2015, 07:39:55 AM

I have updated my development code base to the latest Bitcoin Core 0.9.3 from version 0.9.1 with which I started a few months ago.
So the wallet will be as good as the latest Bitcoin Core release with all the features enabled.
The update solves some crashing issues. It seems this was purely related to the Bitcoin code base and not code my extensions.
The new advanced checkpointing code works very well so far. I have yet again restructured and repartitioned the original PPC checkpointing code.

I am now back to the new difficulty retargeting scheme and working out a protection for a specific time warp attack.
I haven't decided yet, if we already hard fork with the wallet update or later on in a second update.
We will see what revelations the weekend brings.

Titan

Hi Titan,
I come here quite often to check LKY progress. I have a question, don't you want to take over LK7 coin too? Of course, it is abbondoned and lost now, but it really need a skilled dev, and you are the best I know. Even simple LKY wallet clone would help a lot.

A security review of the LK7 wallet has shown that there is a backdoor coded in it...

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January 11, 2015, 07:57:35 AM

I have updated my development code base to the latest Bitcoin Core 0.9.3 from version 0.9.1 with which I started a few months ago.
So the wallet will be as good as the latest Bitcoin Core release with all the features enabled.
The update solves some crashing issues. It seems this was purely related to the Bitcoin code base and not code my extensions.
The new advanced checkpointing code works very well so far. I have yet again restructured and repartitioned the original PPC checkpointing code.

I am now back to the new difficulty retargeting scheme and working out a protection for a specific time warp attack.
I haven't decided yet, if we already hard fork with the wallet update or later on in a second update.
We will see what revelations the weekend brings.

Titan

I have cooked up a time warp defense today deep inside the block chain logic.
This looks interesting now and solves several problems in an elegant way.
It uses the same mechanisms as the ACP code to select the right chain.

I have to run some simulations tomorrow with the new code, but it runs already very smooth on the main Luckycoin network.

Titan

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Luckycoin has been added to Comkort exchange!

Three markets are live LKY <-> BTC, LTC, DOGE.

Best buy prices:
0.00000667 BTC per 1 LKY - BTC market
0.00079378 LTC per 1 LKY - LTC market
10.22955973 DOGE per 1 LKY - DOGE market

Happy & Profitable Trading!

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January 12, 2015, 04:03:53 PM

It's nice to see more exchanges coming on board. Things are looking up.

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January 13, 2015, 02:20:34 AM

It's nice to see more exchanges coming on board. Things are looking up.

Oh yes, we need some arb bots now with all the new exchanges and trading pairs.

Anyone out there with arb bot skills?

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Whats the status of the LuckycoinFoundation/Luckycoin source on github ?
A Ubuntu luckycoind build doesn't appear to want to produce a valid getblocktemplate reply after syncing
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January 15, 2015, 01:15:29 AM

Whats the status of the LuckycoinFoundation/Luckycoin source on github ?
A Ubuntu luckycoind build doesn't appear to want to produce a valid getblocktemplate reply after syncing

The Luckycoin wallet uses the old syntax:
./luckycoind getblocktemplate {}

The new Luckycoin wallet with up-to-date functionality will be available soon.

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January 15, 2015, 04:55:27 AM

I finally got a reply from Paul (BigVern) from Cryptsy regarding the Luckycoin wallet maintenance.
Another engineer will look into the issue now.

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January 18, 2015, 06:18:36 AM

In an effort to gain more luckycoin users to CoinGather we have put up a 100,000 LKY buy on CoinGather at 440 sats.

https://www.CoinGather.com - Alternate Currency Exchange
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In an effort to gain more luckycoin users to CoinGather we have put up a 100,000 LKY buy on CoinGather at 440 sats.

I've also reached out to coinmarketcap to add the coingather feed for LKY/BTC.  Currently the only exchange listed is cryptsy which has a stuck wallet.

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January 18, 2015, 10:29:02 PM

In an effort to gain more luckycoin users to CoinGather we have put up a 100,000 LKY buy on CoinGather at 440 sats.

I've also reached out to coinmarketcap to add the coingather feed for LKY/BTC.  Currently the only exchange listed is cryptsy which has a stuck wallet.

Thanks for your support!
The CoinGather market is already listed now!

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/luckycoin/#markets

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January 18, 2015, 10:33:18 PM

In an effort to gain more luckycoin users to CoinGather we have put up a 100,000 LKY buy on CoinGather at 440 sats.

I've also reached out to coinmarketcap to add the coingather feed for LKY/BTC.  Currently the only exchange listed is cryptsy which has a stuck wallet.

Thanks for your support!
The CoinGather market is already listed now!

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/luckycoin/#markets

I just noticed, that's great news!  Smiley

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January 18, 2015, 10:42:09 PM




Dear Luckycoin community,

Luckycoin is now on CoinGecko!
https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/luckycoin

Get Lucky,

Titan


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January 28, 2015, 02:56:55 PM

I see that despite their promises, Cryptsy is still dragging their feet on getting the Luckycoin wallet online.

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I see that despite their promises, Cryptsy is still dragging their feet on getting the Luckycoin wallet online.

yep i still have 80K in there
hope i dont lose it


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February 09, 2015, 10:49:11 AM

I wanted to give you guys a long overdue update on our LKY wallet.

I am still working on getting our wallet cleaned up and able to stay in sync with the network again. I have a few more methods im going to try but each of them can take up to a day or 2 to complete due to the size of the wallet and amount of transaction data it has. It doesnt want to sync without any transaction data so im working on repairing it with the data intact.

In the mean time im looking into alternatives to get all previous deposits posted so we can open up a new wallet while we try to get this to a point where it can be scanned for new deposits.

You can track the majority of our cold storage here.

https://coinplorer.com/LKY/Addresses/LBZYLUyFVyA3FymzQD7EpFfPNC28SLwpX3

All this being said. I recommend users wait until the new wallet is brought online to make any more deposits. If your transaction comes in after we have cleared the pending deposits and opened the new wallet it may be some time before the old wallet is scanned again
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February 12, 2015, 12:19:02 AM

I wanted to give you guys a long overdue update on our LKY wallet.

I am still working on getting our wallet cleaned up and able to stay in sync with the network again. I have a few more methods im going to try but each of them can take up to a day or 2 to complete due to the size of the wallet and amount of transaction data it has. It doesnt want to sync without any transaction data so im working on repairing it with the data intact.

In the mean time im looking into alternatives to get all previous deposits posted so we can open up a new wallet while we try to get this to a point where it can be scanned for new deposits.

You can track the majority of our cold storage here.

https://coinplorer.com/LKY/Addresses/LBZYLUyFVyA3FymzQD7EpFfPNC28SLwpX3

All this being said. I recommend users wait until the new wallet is brought online to make any more deposits. If your transaction comes in after we have cleared the pending deposits and opened the new wallet it may be some time before the old wallet is scanned again

Thanks for the update!

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February 12, 2015, 02:55:14 PM

I wanted to give you guys a long overdue update on our LKY wallet.

I am still working on getting our wallet cleaned up and able to stay in sync with the network again. I have a few more methods im going to try but each of them can take up to a day or 2 to complete due to the size of the wallet and amount of transaction data it has. It doesnt want to sync without any transaction data so im working on repairing it with the data intact.

In the mean time im looking into alternatives to get all previous deposits posted so we can open up a new wallet while we try to get this to a point where it can be scanned for new deposits.

You can track the majority of our cold storage here.

https://coinplorer.com/LKY/Addresses/LBZYLUyFVyA3FymzQD7EpFfPNC28SLwpX3

All this being said. I recommend users wait until the new wallet is brought online to make any more deposits. If your transaction comes in after we have cleared the pending deposits and opened the new wallet it may be some time before the old wallet is scanned again


Thanks for your efforts!

Look like we'll be able to see the LKY wallet work on Cryptsy again soon.  Smiley
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February 19, 2015, 06:42:03 PM

I wanted to give you guys a long overdue update on our LKY wallet.

I am still working on getting our wallet cleaned up and able to stay in sync with the network again. I have a few more methods im going to try but each of them can take up to a day or 2 to complete due to the size of the wallet and amount of transaction data it has. It doesnt want to sync without any transaction data so im working on repairing it with the data intact.

In the mean time im looking into alternatives to get all previous deposits posted so we can open up a new wallet while we try to get this to a point where it can be scanned for new deposits.

You can track the majority of our cold storage here.

https://coinplorer.com/LKY/Addresses/LBZYLUyFVyA3FymzQD7EpFfPNC28SLwpX3

All this being said. I recommend users wait until the new wallet is brought online to make any more deposits. If your transaction comes in after we have cleared the pending deposits and opened the new wallet it may be some time before the old wallet is scanned again


Thanks for your efforts!

Look like we'll be able to see the LKY wallet work on Cryptsy again soon.  Smiley


This is still being worked on?

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February 24, 2015, 06:32:26 PM

DiabloPool Announcement:

Due to some very unfortunate circumstances, our data center in Atlanta seems to have gone MIA, and all our efforts to contact them, both via email and by phone, have been unsuccessful. Not only does this interrupt DiabloPool operations, it also prevents us from accessing the mining pool wallets and payout data. We have put in a call to our attorney and have an appointment with him tomorrow morning. I知 also considering taking the two hour drive to Atlanta to talk to them in person.

In the meantime, we are facing the issue of mining pool payouts. From the start, we set aside a fund for each pool that was intended to be used in the event of a major hack. We never anticipated problems of this type, but we intend to use that fund to make payouts to our miners. All miners will be paid.

We need your help and patience however. Since we don稚 have access to our current data, the data that we do have from our backups is slightly behind. Since miners were using the pool when it went down, there were some coins mined and shares logged that is not included in out backup data.
 
If you were mining on the pool when our servers went down (about 11:00 pm EST last night) or did not receive an expected payout, please PM me so that we can get your payout issued as soon as possible. If I don稚 answer the PM right away, please be patient. I致e been up all night working on this issue. I promise that everybody will receive their payouts
.
In the meantime, I致e been wrapping up the details with a Miami, Florida data center to host our new servers. Our new servers will be bigger and better than the Atlanta servers, so I知 excited to get this deal wrapped up and get the pool back online.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to PM me. I値l get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding and patience,
Dan

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February 25, 2015, 02:04:44 AM

I wanted to give you guys a long overdue update on our LKY wallet.

I am still working on getting our wallet cleaned up and able to stay in sync with the network again. I have a few more methods im going to try but each of them can take up to a day or 2 to complete due to the size of the wallet and amount of transaction data it has. It doesnt want to sync without any transaction data so im working on repairing it with the data intact.

In the mean time im looking into alternatives to get all previous deposits posted so we can open up a new wallet while we try to get this to a point where it can be scanned for new deposits.

You can track the majority of our cold storage here.

https://coinplorer.com/LKY/Addresses/LBZYLUyFVyA3FymzQD7EpFfPNC28SLwpX3

All this being said. I recommend users wait until the new wallet is brought online to make any more deposits. If your transaction comes in after we have cleared the pending deposits and opened the new wallet it may be some time before the old wallet is scanned again


Thanks for your efforts!

Look like we'll be able to see the LKY wallet work on Cryptsy again soon.  Smiley


This is still being worked on?

Mullick is still working on it.

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February 25, 2015, 02:06:03 AM

DiabloPool Announcement:

Due to some very unfortunate circumstances, our data center in Atlanta seems to have gone MIA, and all our efforts to contact them, both via email and by phone, have been unsuccessful. Not only does this interrupt DiabloPool operations, it also prevents us from accessing the mining pool wallets and payout data. We have put in a call to our attorney and have an appointment with him tomorrow morning. I知 also considering taking the two hour drive to Atlanta to talk to them in person.

In the meantime, we are facing the issue of mining pool payouts. From the start, we set aside a fund for each pool that was intended to be used in the event of a major hack. We never anticipated problems of this type, but we intend to use that fund to make payouts to our miners. All miners will be paid.

We need your help and patience however. Since we don稚 have access to our current data, the data that we do have from our backups is slightly behind. Since miners were using the pool when it went down, there were some coins mined and shares logged that is not included in out backup data.
 
If you were mining on the pool when our servers went down (about 11:00 pm EST last night) or did not receive an expected payout, please PM me so that we can get your payout issued as soon as possible. If I don稚 answer the PM right away, please be patient. I致e been up all night working on this issue. I promise that everybody will receive their payouts
.
In the meantime, I致e been wrapping up the details with a Miami, Florida data center to host our new servers. Our new servers will be bigger and better than the Atlanta servers, so I知 excited to get this deal wrapped up and get the pool back online.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to PM me. I値l get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding and patience,
Dan

Thanks for the info!

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February 25, 2015, 05:07:10 AM

Good news! The data center in Atlanta just contacted me with their most sincere apologies, so everything is back to normal. It's amazing what a simple phone call from an attorney can accomplish.

In the meantime, I'm still working on a deal with the Miami data center. Even though it's more expensive, I think the move will be better for everyone. The pool is currently back online with the old servers, but hopefully we'll be moving to bigger and better servers. Thank you for everyone's understanding and patience.

Dan

PS. Payouts are going out as I write this, so thankfully, we won't have to dig into our emergency fund.

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April 06, 2015, 02:23:11 PM

Good news! The data center in Atlanta just contacted me with their most sincere apologies, so everything is back to normal. It's amazing what a simple phone call from an attorney can accomplish.

In the meantime, I'm still working on a deal with the Miami data center. Even though it's more expensive, I think the move will be better for everyone. The pool is currently back online with the old servers, but hopefully we'll be moving to bigger and better servers. Thank you for everyone's understanding and patience.

Dan

PS. Payouts are going out as I write this, so thankfully, we won't have to dig into our emergency fund.

DiabloPool,

Are you bringing the pool back online? The server is now offline for quite some time.

Get Lucky,

Titan

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April 06, 2015, 02:29:49 PM

I wanted to give you guys a long overdue update on our LKY wallet.

I am still working on getting our wallet cleaned up and able to stay in sync with the network again. I have a few more methods im going to try but each of them can take up to a day or 2 to complete due to the size of the wallet and amount of transaction data it has. It doesnt want to sync without any transaction data so im working on repairing it with the data intact.

In the mean time im looking into alternatives to get all previous deposits posted so we can open up a new wallet while we try to get this to a point where it can be scanned for new deposits.

You can track the majority of our cold storage here.

https://coinplorer.com/LKY/Addresses/LBZYLUyFVyA3FymzQD7EpFfPNC28SLwpX3

All this being said. I recommend users wait until the new wallet is brought online to make any more deposits. If your transaction comes in after we have cleared the pending deposits and opened the new wallet it may be some time before the old wallet is scanned again

Dear Mullick,

It is about time for an update on the Luckycoin wallet maintenance!
2 months have passed since your last update.

Get Lucky,

Titan

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April 09, 2015, 10:50:00 PM




Dear Luckycoin community,

Cryptsy has finished the Luckycoin wallet maintenance!

Please generate new deposit addresses to speed things up.
The old addresses are still valid but might be slow to process.

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/LKY_BTC

Get Lucky,

Titan


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April 10, 2015, 06:22:29 PM

Anyone else still got coins missing?
I got 80k missing

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April 12, 2015, 07:53:09 AM

Anyone else still got coins missing?
I got 80k missing


Im assuming thats in missing deposits?

Do you have a support ticket? If not please file one or pm me and we can get it straightened out
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April 12, 2015, 06:39:46 PM

Anyone else still got coins missing?
I got 80k missing


Im assuming thats in missing deposits?

Do you have a support ticket? If not please file one or pm me and we can get it straightened out
Hi I opened on when the wallet went off Lin
I'll see if I can find the emails

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April 27, 2015, 09:41:06 AM

Some of mine have disappeared from my wallet






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April 28, 2015, 05:11:30 AM

Some of mine have disappeared from my wallet

On cryptsy?

I dont see any large reorganizations in our logs.
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May 09, 2015, 02:16:13 PM

Dear Luckycoin community,

Are all the missing coin issues with Cryptsy resolved?

Get Lucky!

Titan

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May 09, 2015, 02:18:34 PM

Some of mine have disappeared from my wallet

On cryptsy?

I dont see any large reorganizations in our logs.

Luckycoin is using advanced checkpointing (ACP). No big reorganizations are possible.

Titan

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May 09, 2015, 02:43:10 PM

Some of mine have disappeared from my wallet

On cryptsy?

I dont see any large reorganizations in our logs.

Luckycoin is using advanced checkpointing (ACP). No big reorganizations are possible.

Titan

Ahh thats good news Smiley

I think most of the missing deposits have been resolved. I ran a deposit scan for the last 100k transactions.

If anyone is still missing any please let me know Smiley
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May 09, 2015, 04:05:05 PM

Some of mine have disappeared from my wallet

On cryptsy?

I dont see any large reorganizations in our logs.

Luckycoin is using advanced checkpointing (ACP). No big reorganizations are possible.

Titan

Ahh thats good news Smiley

I think most of the missing deposits have been resolved. I ran a deposit scan for the last 100k transactions.

If anyone is still missing any please let me know Smiley

Hi mullick,

Thanks for your efforts!

I am missing still a bunch of transactions.
I've just reopened my ticket at Cryptsy #182717.
If you have time for a second look.

Titan

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May 18, 2015, 01:45:48 AM

Some of mine have disappeared from my wallet

On cryptsy?

I dont see any large reorganizations in our logs.

Luckycoin is using advanced checkpointing (ACP). No big reorganizations are possible.

Titan

Ahh thats good news Smiley

I think most of the missing deposits have been resolved. I ran a deposit scan for the last 100k transactions.

If anyone is still missing any please let me know Smiley

Hi mullick,

Thanks for your efforts!

I am missing still a bunch of transactions.
I've just reopened my ticket at Cryptsy #182717.
If you have time for a second look.

Titan


All missing 500+ transactions have now posted to my account.
The issue is now resolved.

Titan

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May 18, 2015, 06:21:06 AM

SO wheres my coins then
i opened a ticket 154314 but i seem to have got forgotten

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May 18, 2015, 10:41:35 AM

SO wheres my coins then
i opened a ticket 154314 but i seem to have got forgotten


Send a message to mullick on BCT. He is Cryptsy's wallet guy.
Open a new ticket if the old one is not receiving attention any more.

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May 26, 2015, 08:07:31 PM




Happy Second Birthday!

The Luckycoin is 2 years old!
(BCT slightly missed the party...)


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June 05, 2015, 01:20:45 AM




Dear Luckycoin community,

New mining pool: http://hollandsemultipool.nl

Get Lucky,

Titan


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July 04, 2015, 04:57:12 AM

web : http://www.luckycoin.cc/, http://luckycoinfoundation.org, https://twitter.com/LKYFoundation
cct : https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/188-luckycoin-lky/
XCH : https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/LKY_BTC
blockchains : http://54.213.97.176:49917/chain/luckycoin, http://explorer.luckycoinfoundation.org:49917/
CW :: http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/coins/luckycoin
CM :: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/luckycoin/

Specifications
dev : Titan (active)
date of birth : 2013-May
- R=1.3750
- POW Scrypt 19m of 20 m
- 1 min, 6 confirms
- retargets every 20 blocks
- Block reward halves every 100,000 blocks (88,44,22, 11, 5.25, 2.6, 1.3750)
- Genesis block: 2013 May 22

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::::::  diction ::  :: top20cons ::  :: UNO tech :: UN<>EX :::CCtalk::::TOP50 :: BCC dir :: the media :: <<>>
✪ Pledges on the Record ✪ ✪ The Social Code of Noble Men of New & Old ✪ May2020BTC#18M◣◥◣◥◣◣◥◣◥ TALK CRjt8BZu5a7YYNc4yCXD9SqztQcSjwn5eZ ◣
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October 24, 2015, 03:49:56 PM

launched in 2013... the 1st wave of altcoins
pure POW... a bright name

estimated LKY supply over the next 10 years?

the information is needed for http://alt19.com/19/cryptocurrency.php

thank you

Altcoin Historical Data (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) alt19.com
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November 01, 2015, 01:50:55 PM

I have tried to synchronized my wallet but without success. Please provide good list with working nodes?

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February 24, 2016, 02:28:14 AM

I have tried to synchronized my wallet but without success. Please provide good list with working nodes?


    {
        "addr" : "54.85.71.51:9917",
        "services" : "00000001",
        "lastsend" : 1456280802,
        "lastrecv" : 1456280802,
        "conntime" : 1455423019,
        "version" : 70002,
        "subver" : "/LKY:0.9.3/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "releasetime" : 0,
        "startingheight" : 923112,
        "banscore" : 0
    },
    {
        "addr" : "54.213.97.176:9917",
        "services" : "00000001",
        "lastsend" : 1456280802,
        "lastrecv" : 1456280802,
        "conntime" : 1455423019,
        "version" : 70000,
        "subver" : "/LKY:1.0.0/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "releasetime" : 0,
        "startingheight" : 923112,
        "banscore" : 0
    },
    {
        "addr" : "52.91.124.77:9917",
        "services" : "00000001",
        "lastsend" : 1456280802,
        "lastrecv" : 1456280802,
        "conntime" : 1455547570,
        "version" : 70000,
        "subver" : "/LKY:1.0.1/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "releasetime" : 0,
        "startingheight" : 924801,
        "banscore" : 0
    },
    {
        "addr" : "178.49.192.195:9917",
        "services" : "00000001",
        "lastsend" : 1456280803,
        "lastrecv" : 1456280803,
        "conntime" : 1456044886,
        "version" : 70000,
        "subver" : "/LKY:1.0.1/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "releasetime" : 0,
        "startingheight" : 932965,
        "banscore" : 0
    }

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January 29, 2017, 06:06:49 AM

Most of these peers are gone.  Titan, can you provide some?

Any progress on the projects you were working on?

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January 29, 2017, 08:38:54 PM

I was able to find a few working peers.

See below:

[
    {
        "addr" : "54.85.71.51:9917",
        "services" : "00000001",
        "lastsend" : 1485721648,
        "lastrecv" : 1485721648,
        "conntime" : 1485671220,
        "version" : 70002,
        "subver" : "/LKY:0.9.3/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "releasetime" : 0,
        "startingheight" : 1072142,
        "banscore" : 0
    },
    {
        "addr" : "54.213.34.44:9917",
        "services" : "00000001",
        "lastsend" : 1485721687,
        "lastrecv" : 1485721687,
        "conntime" : 1485671259,
        "version" : 70000,
        "subver" : "/LKY:1.0.0/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "releasetime" : 0,
        "startingheight" : 1072142,
        "banscore" : 0
    }
]

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April 12, 2017, 04:51:22 PM

Our team obtained many of the cryptocurrencies that were frozen on Cryptsy's servers when the exchange collapsed. The Luckycoin wallet.dat was among those recovered.

We are now in the process of giving these wallet files back to their respective communities. The wallet has not been inspected and it's unknown if it contains any coins. If you are a developer of this coin, or a longstanding community member, you can file a request for the wallet in this thread: https://www.gldtalk.org/index.php?topic=3789.0

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