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Author Topic: [BBR] Boolberry: Privacy and Security - Guaranteed Since 2014  (Read 1183793 times)
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June 27, 2014, 08:06:46 AM
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I am having this strange issue where my wallet doesn't sync up, just says updated and still shows my old balance. So I tried running the daemon independently, that gets stuck at the connecting to P2P3/P2P8. Trying to refresh balance also doesn't work. I have tried this in the older 22 and newer 24 version.

Still having problem?

If so, what OS? Are you using command line only? When is the last time you synced up normally?
Windows 7 64 bit. I tried the gui and command line. Both are no go. And I haven't synced even once. Every time the same issue.
Strangely Ducknotes command line works just fine.
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June 27, 2014, 01:39:49 PM
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I am having this strange issue where my wallet doesn't sync up, just says updated and still shows my old balance. So I tried running the daemon independently, that gets stuck at the connecting to P2P3/P2P8. Trying to refresh balance also doesn't work. I have tried this in the older 22 and newer 24 version.

Still having problem?

If so, what OS? Are you using command line only? When is the last time you synced up normally?
Windows 7 64 bit. I tried the gui and command line. Both are no go. And I haven't synced even once. Every time the same issue.
Strangely Ducknotes command line works just fine.

Did you build project by yourself or downloaded binaries ?
Anyway, i would like to ask you clear all old logs, start daemon, start wallet and if you see if you face with this issue - include logs here, both from daemon and from wallet.

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June 27, 2014, 03:02:30 PM
Last edit: June 27, 2014, 10:00:41 PM by dga
 #1943

Early comments welcome:

I've started writing a quick Go (google's go language) interface to talking to the BBR daemon and wallet, so that I and others can hack on creating some toys on top of it.

It doesn't really do anything yet, will do very simple displays of balances and let you transfer funds, but that's it at this point -- but there's enough in there for people to get the flavor of what it will probably look like when it's done.

https://github.com/dave-andersen/gobbr

The sample program talks to the daemon, shows the timestamp of block 1, and then prints out your balance from the wallet.

Update:  I added a second example program, bbsend, that can be used to transfer money from the command line.  The library is now sufficient to use for, e.g., automatically transferring coins to a friend/exchange/etc., or writing programs that take action when your balance reaches some interesting threshold.

Update 2:  Please make sure you're using a recent (within two weeks) version of the wallet.  The name of one of the RPC parameters for payment ID changed a while back, and you don't want to do what I did in testing and send a deposit to an exchange without it. Smiley

Nothing magical, but if there's something in the way I'm setting up the interface that really bugs potential (programmer) users, it seems better to fix it now than before I've put in real work into it. Smiley

One question in particular:
 - Would people prefer to work in uint64 units (the raw cryptonote units), or in float64s in units of boolberries?
   (the uint64 is in BBR if divided by gobbr.Multiplier).

Or, more generally, how abstracted would potential users prefer to have the interface from the internals of cryptonote?

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June 27, 2014, 09:10:10 PM
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When there's a network outage for some minutes, boolberry fails to connect to anything.

Code:
2014-Jun-28 00:07:41.266505 [P2P7]STARTED PEERLIST IDLE HANDSHAKE
2014-Jun-28 00:07:41.266616 [P2P7]FINISHED PEERLIST IDLE HANDSHAKE
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266694 [P2P0]Random connection index=14(x=33, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266813 [P2P0]Random connection index=47(x=49, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266853 [P2P0]Random connection index=11(x=31, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266884 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=11, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266913 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=11, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266940 [P2P0]Random connection index=27(x=41, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266970 [P2P0]Random connection index=23(x=39, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266999 [P2P0]Random connection index=15(x=34, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267112 [P2P0]Random connection index=8(x=28, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267143 [P2P0]Random connection index=14(x=33, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267171 [P2P0]Random connection index=44(x=48, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267202 [P2P0]Random connection index=13(x=32, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267232 [P2P0]Random connection index=6(x=25, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267265 [P2P0]Random connection index=8(x=28, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267295 [P2P0]Random connection index=1(x=15, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267330 [P2P0]Random connection index=23(x=39, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267361 [P2P0]Random connection index=4(x=23, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267392 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=9, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267420 [P2P0]Random connection index=21(x=38, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267449 [P2P0]Random connection index=2(x=19, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267477 [P2P0]Random connection index=47(x=49, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267508 [P2P0]Random connection index=20(x=37, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:44.267630 [P2P0]Random connection index=34(x=44, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:44.267743 [P2P0]Random connection index=27(x=41, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:44.267776 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=7, max_index=50)
...

after 30 minutes of the above:

Code:
2014-Jun-28 00:08:34.154094 Read command: print_cn
2014-Jun-28 00:08:34.154179 Connections:
Remote Host                  Peer id             Recv/Sent (idle,sec)     State                    Livetime(seconds)  


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June 27, 2014, 09:19:50 PM
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I guess i know where is the problem. Could you submit a ticket to github on this issue ? I'll fix it in next builds.
Now, just restart daemon.

When there's a network outage for some minutes, boolberry fails to connect to anything.

Code:
2014-Jun-28 00:07:41.266505 [P2P7]STARTED PEERLIST IDLE HANDSHAKE
2014-Jun-28 00:07:41.266616 [P2P7]FINISHED PEERLIST IDLE HANDSHAKE
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266694 [P2P0]Random connection index=14(x=33, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266813 [P2P0]Random connection index=47(x=49, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266853 [P2P0]Random connection index=11(x=31, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266884 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=11, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266913 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=11, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266940 [P2P0]Random connection index=27(x=41, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266970 [P2P0]Random connection index=23(x=39, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.266999 [P2P0]Random connection index=15(x=34, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267112 [P2P0]Random connection index=8(x=28, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267143 [P2P0]Random connection index=14(x=33, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267171 [P2P0]Random connection index=44(x=48, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267202 [P2P0]Random connection index=13(x=32, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267232 [P2P0]Random connection index=6(x=25, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267265 [P2P0]Random connection index=8(x=28, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267295 [P2P0]Random connection index=1(x=15, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267330 [P2P0]Random connection index=23(x=39, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267361 [P2P0]Random connection index=4(x=23, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267392 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=9, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267420 [P2P0]Random connection index=21(x=38, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267449 [P2P0]Random connection index=2(x=19, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267477 [P2P0]Random connection index=47(x=49, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:42.267508 [P2P0]Random connection index=20(x=37, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:44.267630 [P2P0]Random connection index=34(x=44, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:44.267743 [P2P0]Random connection index=27(x=41, max_index=50)
2014-Jun-28 00:07:44.267776 [P2P0]Random connection index=0(x=7, max_index=50)
...

after 30 minutes of the above:

Code:
2014-Jun-28 00:08:34.154094 Read command: print_cn
2014-Jun-28 00:08:34.154179 Connections:
Remote Host                  Peer id             Recv/Sent (idle,sec)     State                    Livetime(seconds)  




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June 28, 2014, 12:29:12 AM
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Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
Everything is being dumped.
what's the problem?

No problem. Markets go up and down. Traders are always trying to make profit on coins with any movement.

It'd be fun if someone plotted the relative price of XMR vs BBR.  I bet it's held reasonably constant -- this price drop also (significantly) affected XMR.  I don't pay attention to BCN or the growing army of clones, but I bet that there's a lot of correlation between the entire cryptonote family.

With the energy behind both XMR and BBR, it's still very early in the game.  A lot more coins will be created (bad for price) and a lot more development seems like it's going to happen (good for price).  I'm confident predicting change and continued volatility, but beyond that, who knows? :-)

Here ya go for last 26 days:



BTC: gold
ALT INDEX (comprised of 22 alts): blue

XMR: red
BBR: violet

BBR has been auto-scaled by a factor of about 3.1 so it can use XMR scale...
And the 0.772 correlation is MUCH higher the last 10 days, probably over 0.900.

The markets have clearly selected XMR and BBR as Tier One...
And then you have the rest of the CNs in Tier Two getting totally crushed.
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June 28, 2014, 12:47:39 AM
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It'd be fun if someone plotted the relative price of XMR vs BBR.  I bet it's held reasonably constant -- this price drop also (significantly) affected XMR.  I don't pay attention to BCN or the growing army of clones, but I bet that there's a lot of correlation between the entire cryptonote family.

With the energy behind both XMR and BBR, it's still very early in the game.  A lot more coins will be created (bad for price) and a lot more development seems like it's going to happen (good for price).  I'm confident predicting change and continued volatility, but beyond that, who knows? :-)

Here ya go for last 26 days:


The markets have clearly selected XMR and BBR as Tier One...
And then you have the rest of the CNs in Tier Two getting totally crushed.

That's awesome!  Thanks for shedding some actual data on the hypothesis.  Impressive correlation indeed.


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June 28, 2014, 01:52:14 AM
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Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
Everything is being dumped.
what's the problem?

No problem. Markets go up and down. Traders are always trying to make profit on coins with any movement.

It'd be fun if someone plotted the relative price of XMR vs BBR.  I bet it's held reasonably constant -- this price drop also (significantly) affected XMR.  I don't pay attention to BCN or the growing army of clones, but I bet that there's a lot of correlation between the entire cryptonote family.

With the energy behind both XMR and BBR, it's still very early in the game.  A lot more coins will be created (bad for price) and a lot more development seems like it's going to happen (good for price).  I'm confident predicting change and continued volatility, but beyond that, who knows? :-)

Here ya go for last 26 days:



BTC: gold
ALT INDEX (comprised of 22 alts): blue

XMR: red
BBR: violet

BBR has been auto-scaled by a factor of about 3.1 so it can use XMR scale...
And the 0.772 correlation is MUCH higher the last 10 days, probably over 0.900.

The markets have clearly selected XMR and BBR as Tier One...
And then you have the rest of the CNs in Tier Two getting totally crushed.

This is great data, but why the difference of 3.1x between the two coins (what underlying fundamentals are the reasoning behind this)?
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June 28, 2014, 06:00:41 AM
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I am having this strange issue where my wallet doesn't sync up, just says updated and still shows my old balance. So I tried running the daemon independently, that gets stuck at the connecting to P2P3/P2P8. Trying to refresh balance also doesn't work. I have tried this in the older 22 and newer 24 version.

Still having problem?

If so, what OS? Are you using command line only? When is the last time you synced up normally?
Windows 7 64 bit. I tried the gui and command line. Both are no go. And I haven't synced even once. Every time the same issue.
Strangely Ducknotes command line works just fine.

Did you build project by yourself or downloaded binaries ?
Anyway, i would like to ask you clear all old logs, start daemon, start wallet and if you see if you face with this issue - include logs here, both from daemon and from wallet.
downloaded the windows binary. Here's what I get in the log:
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2014-Jun-26 20:03:46.665708 [P2P3]Connecting to 118.244.214.238:10101(white=1, last_seen: d2.h10.m8.s48)...
2014-Jun-26 20:05:47.033593 [P2P3]ERROR c:\jenkins\workdir\boolberry\contrib\epee\include\net\abstract_tcp_server2.inl:735[epee::net_utils::boosted_tcp_server<class epee::levin::async_protocol_handler<struct nodetool::p2p_connection_context_t<struct currency::currency_connection_context> > >::connect]Exception at [boosted_tcp_server<t_protocol_handler>::connect], what=socket_select_interrupter: An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions
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June 28, 2014, 06:38:42 AM
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is this coin over , down to the floor?

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June 28, 2014, 07:45:02 AM
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Exception at [boosted_tcp_server<t_protocol_handler>::connect], what=socket_select_interrupter: An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions

You have a malware, "anti-virus", or "firewall" installed which blocks the connection attempts without telling you?  
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On what pool are you mining? Extremepools becomes smaller and smaller but the network still increases, you can't tell me everyone got 20+ high end cpus at home and is solo mining...


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June 28, 2014, 10:21:34 AM
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I am reading CryptoNote whitepaper which BBR's implementation originates from. BBR is designed to fix Bitcoin, DarkCoin, XC or any mixing service-based coins.

That's great.
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June 28, 2014, 10:23:29 AM
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On what pool are you mining? Extremepools becomes smaller and smaller but the network still increases, you can't tell me everyone got 20+ high end cpus at home and is solo mining...

There are lot of solo miners, big EC2 instances up & private pools. For sure mining on pool listed in OP is a losing proposition. Weird thing though, I cannot find many big miner who wish to sell in bulk-- perhaps everyone is accumulating


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June 28, 2014, 10:28:42 AM
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Exception at [boosted_tcp_server<t_protocol_handler>::connect], what=socket_select_interrupter: An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions

You have a malware, "anti-virus", or "firewall" installed which blocks the connection attempts without telling you?  

Doubt it. Ducknotes works fine for me.
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June 28, 2014, 10:53:40 AM
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Exception at [boosted_tcp_server<t_protocol_handler>::connect], what=socket_select_interrupter: An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions

You have a malware, "anti-virus", or "firewall" installed which blocks the connection attempts without telling you?  

Doubt it. Ducknotes works fine for me.

You don't need to doubt if you use system call tracer to see what is happening.
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June 28, 2014, 11:40:47 AM
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is this coin over , down to the floor?

it's happening to all CN coins at the moment, I see it as an opportunity to buy.
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June 28, 2014, 12:23:01 PM
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is this coin over , down to the floor?

it's happening to all CN coins at the moment, I see it as an opportunity to buy.

The coin is in its infancy and the drop in price presents a unique buying opportunity
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June 28, 2014, 12:47:44 PM
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is this coin over , down to the floor?

it's happening to all CN coins at the moment, I see it as an opportunity to buy.

OR the CN based coins have run the "new novelty" into the ground as people/miners find the payouts not as much as expected via the calculators due to higher rejected shares, orphons, pools constantly under DDoS attack, not true Stratum which could help with DDoS better, etc.  Due to non-standard stratum implementation we don't have any pools running MPOS, NOMP or P2Pool, etc (that I know of).

There is also the god awful large blockchain (for such young coins) to contend with as well as bitmonerod which opens far to many connections and uses up bandwidth like crazy (which should be easy to fix). It has really crazy bandwidth usage even on a state-of-the-art modern desktop that can really slow down the machine and use up a lot of bandwidth if you are on a metered plan. Both of these make a mobile wallet all but impractical to use on a cell network. While the "dust" problem is pretty much mostly fixed going forward, it still has it's mark in the current blockchain size.

When you get down to it, having an easy to use mobile app for payments is going to be one of the "big" items to have for any coin going forward. After all a cryptocurrency needs to be easy and practical to use. The "ID" needed for some payments/transfers is also a stumbling block for many.

I think as the novelty of CN wheres off and people discover the "current issues" the market has adjusted appropriately.  Until some of these issues are "fixed", I don't see these coins going back up in price dramatically anytime soon without a tough fight.

Call me crazy, but that's what/how I see it right now,
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We have a Cross-platform qt GUI(Windows/Linux/MacOS)

      


How To Help
Add to the Stratum Miner Bounty
Add to the GPU Miner Bounty



Specifications
Launch Date: 17 May 16:00 GMT
Algorithm:  Wild Keccak (Blockchain-Based PoW hash)
Block Generation:  2 minutes
Money Supply:  ~18,450,000
Premine:  0
Default P2P Port:  10101
Default RPC Port: 10102
Developer Bounty:  up to 1% (Controlled by miner's votes)


Boolberry Compared to Bitcoin
In comparison to Bitcoin forks, Boolberry is developed on newer CryptoNote technology, making it of more flexible architecture. The main benefit of CryptoNote technology is anonymity of the sender and recipient along with transaction unlinkability. This provides great protection to user's privacy which is highly important today.

Boolberry benefits:
  • New cryptography based on ring signature and one-time transaction key, which ensures new level of privacy, anonymity and unlinkability
  • Separate Wallet and daemon which is more secure and cloud technology compatible
  • Flexible RPC-like network protocol with forward and backward capability provides ability to extend network interaction format quickly and painlessly
  • New ASIC-resistant hash function


Boolberry Compared to Bytecoin/Monero
Benefits of Boolberry over Bytecoin and Monero:
  • Blockchain-based PoW hash: unlike Bytecoin PoW hash, which works on 2MB scratchpad and takes avr 30-100 ms, new hash works on blockchain random data to provide operation speed. At the same time mining process is really memory-hard. It gives faster synchronization with network and immunity from DoS attacks.
  • Transaction outs with guaranteed anonymity. An additional attribute for out is added: it can ONLY be used in the transaction with mixin level in ring signature not less than a given number. The feature is added to ensure the user's anonymity of transactions ring signature over time.
  • Alerts (signed by developers) broadcast via p2p mechanism, which will inform participants of the network of critical updates or other important events
  • Donation-based crowdfunding: the project don't have premine, instamine or other unfair launch. The project has open and transparent model of project financing: part of the emission (1%) is reserved for the development of the project, BUT the rate of emission of these coins will be controled by network participants (miners) using votes.
    As a tribute to technology, we have fixed royalty percentage of donation, charged to the founders of CryptoNote.
  • Removed dust from block reward - nice little thing to reduce weight of the blockchain transactions outs index.
  • Wallet addresses aliasing: any wallet can be linked with symbolic name via special type extra record in coinbase. Blockchain will control registered names uniqueness.
  • More rational emission curve
  • Transaction identification by prefix: this feature will let us to cut off ring signatures from blockchain that under checkpoint - save space by 30-70%(depends of mixin usage)


Contact Information
crypto_zoidberg - inspirer and developer
btc-mike - organisation and promotion


Technical Details

Block Emission

        

Wild Keccak PoW Algorithm
Wild Keccak is a Keccak hybrid which uses blockchain data as a scratchpad. After each Keccak round, pseudo-randomly addressed data [state vector used as addresses] data is taken from scratchpad and XORed with state. Calculating each block PoW usually hits about 1100 randomly addressed reading of blocks by 32 bytes.

Pre-launch hash function discussion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=588421.0

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Downloads
Sources: https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/Boolberry
Windows & MacOS Binaries: http://boolberry.com/downloads.html


Tools
Network State: http://boolberry.com/state.html
Bug-track: https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/Boolberry/issues
How-To: http://boolberry.com/howto.html


Pools
ExtremePool
Mine-Hard
bbr.moneropool.net
bbr.farm
 

Exchanges
Poloniex
Bittrex


History
April 20: This announce
April 23: Transaction Outs
April 26: Alpha testing, first test network launched
April 27: Added Mac OSX support
April 30: Address aliases added.
May 1: Alerts added. Developer signed alerts can be broadcast via p2p mechanism
May 3: UPnP support added.
May 9: Wild Keccak PoW Hash finalized.
May 13: Beta testing. Test network started with Wild Keccak, State page launched: http://boolberry.com/state.html
May 17 16:00 GMT: NETWORK LAUNCHED
May 21: Allowable characters restricted in aliases to avoid spoofing, pfishing, etc. Other updates.
May 23: Updated state page.
May 25: Added Checkpoints. Block peers that violate rules. Other updates.
June 1: API updated to work with exchanges. Added to Bittrex and Poloniex exchanges.
June 5: Pool code released
June 16: GUI wallet beta release.


Future
Stratum - Need for pools and to remove GPU advantage.
GUI Wallet - Test and refine.
Database - The current implementation does not contain a database for blockchain. Now all the data is stored in memory, and is periodically ( every 12 hours) saved to the disk via the serialization mechanism, which is not very efficient. For the first year, this will not cause any problems, but they might appear later on. Therefore we plan to implement a database in the first quarter. If there are any volunteers with strong background in this field, willing to help, we will be happy to cooperate.


License
License of course is open and any forks that implement interesting ideas on the basis of our project are welcome!


Donations:
BTC: 1JjGoHdzP5HvtyEZ6MN9LXbh8uTDVgrPY9
BBR: @zoidberg

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