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May 14, 2014, 10:44:18 AM
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Sorry to all who don't don't like the name, but i can't let to myselft waste more time for research.
Most of the offers is not even bother checked in google/dns.

If anyone feel that can do best, you have time until 16-00, 16 May to offer name.
Conditions:

1. Unique (don't have any business with this name)
2. Dns name is available (at least .org)
3. Not ends with coin



Anyway, if you don't like boolberry, it also have boolb - meaningless neutral short word.


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May 14, 2014, 02:17:24 PM
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i am very bullish on this ability to the practical application of COINS,,

I am very excited about this coin.
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May 14, 2014, 04:10:04 PM
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And must we delete the testnet blockchain then?
No. Now we have macro TESTNET, and if you compile with this macro - than you have genesis, default ports, network id and data folder for test_net. If not - you in real net.
For this time it's turned on by default.


ok, i see
Code:
/home/user/.boolb_testnet/blockchain.bin

One more question. I not loockin in the sources. If the TESTNET macro, i guess its this:
Code:
set(TESTNET TRUE CACHE BOOL "Compile for testnet")
if(TESTNET)
  add_definitions(-DTESTNET) 
endif()
touch the simplewallet file? So even on the TESTNET, simplewallet creates a valide wallet for using in real net?

i m new to crypto, so sorry to bother you with this questions.



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May 14, 2014, 05:43:37 PM
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I like trying new things, but I completely don't understand how to use this wallet and how to mine. Can dev make a instruction?
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May 15, 2014, 01:28:23 AM
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Just to be brutally honest here, Boolberry is about the worst name imaginable. I really wanted to support this coin, but the dev showing such poor judgement has turned me right off. The technical features of this coin seem solid -- but you'll need to find someone else to do your marketing if you want the coin to succeed. You don't need a vote, you need someone who has some basic idea about creating a marketable brand.

 
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May 15, 2014, 02:42:50 AM
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And must we delete the testnet blockchain then?
No. Now we have macro TESTNET, and if you compile with this macro - than you have genesis, default ports, network id and data folder for test_net. If not - you in real net.
For this time it's turned on by default.


ok, i see
Code:
/home/user/.boolb_testnet/blockchain.bin

One more question. I not loockin in the sources. If the TESTNET macro, i guess its this:
Code:
set(TESTNET TRUE CACHE BOOL "Compile for testnet")
if(TESTNET)
  add_definitions(-DTESTNET) 
endif()
touch the simplewallet file? So even on the TESTNET, simplewallet creates a valide wallet for using in real net?

i m new to crypto, so sorry to bother you with this questions.
Good question.
Wallet consists of two files: it's a keys-file, and transactions database file.  Keys file actually actually could be used in all CryptoNote family projects. But wallet data-file is related to conreate network.
Simply put - NO, wallet created by testnet simplewallet is not valid wallet for using in real net.

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May 15, 2014, 08:26:39 AM
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Yeah, boolberry sounds like blueberry and bullshit in one. Even HoneyPenny was much more better  Smiley
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May 15, 2014, 10:05:14 AM
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Launch is tommorow. OK
I must know two things before start.

1. Is performance same on Windows and Linux client? That was an issue in original bytecoin.
2. Some basic walkthru for compiling Linux version under Ubuntu 13 or 14 should be helpful.



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May 15, 2014, 10:21:54 AM
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Launch is tommorow. OK
I must know two things before start.

1. Is performance same on Windows and Linux client? That was an issue in original bytecoin.
2. Some basic walkthru for compiling Linux version under Ubuntu 13 or 14 should be helpful.

Linux miner works much faster.
For Corei5,
windows: 208 kh/s
Linux:     348  kh/s
Pretty big difference.

For Ubuntu 13 or 14 just follow instructions in readme.md in project root folder.

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May 15, 2014, 11:37:41 AM
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Yeah, boolberry sounds like blueberry and bullshit in one. Even HoneyPenny was much more better  Smiley

Maybe its sounds only to a native english speaking man like bullshit.
For me, i like boolberry or boolb.
No money and underground association in the name.

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May 15, 2014, 11:43:23 AM
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Yeah, boolberry sounds like blueberry and bullshit in one. Even HoneyPenny was much more better  Smiley

Maybe its sounds only to a native english speaking man like bullshit.
For me, i like boolberry or boolb.
No money and underground association in the name.

because i guess you dont want it to be associated with money or something underground, right? Cheesy
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Yeah, boolberry sounds like blueberry and bullshit in one. Even HoneyPenny was much more better  Smiley

Maybe its sounds only to a native english speaking man like bullshit.
For me, i like boolberry or boolb.
No money and underground association in the name.

because i guess you dont want it to be associated with money or something underground, right? Cheesy

Yeah that's true. But i is only a personal personal viewpoint.

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May 15, 2014, 12:15:01 PM
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Good question.
Wallet consists of two files: it's a keys-file, and transactions database file.  Keys file actually actually could be used in all CryptoNote family projects. But wallet data-file is related to conreate network.
Simply put - NO, wallet created by testnet simplewallet is not valid wallet for using in real net.


Or ask other way. If i create walletfiles and do no transacion on testnet, so the testnet dont write in the wallet-database file, it is possible to use these then later in real-net?
And when not, and anyway, then how it is possible to import key-files in a wallet? I dont find command for this. Huh




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May 15, 2014, 12:50:47 PM
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Launch is tommorow. OK
I must know two things before start.

1. Is performance same on Windows and Linux client? That was an issue in original bytecoin.
2. Some basic walkthru for compiling Linux version under Ubuntu 13 or 14 should be helpful.

Linux miner works much faster.
For Corei5,
windows: 208 kh/s
Linux:     348  kh/s
Pretty big difference.

For Ubuntu 13 or 14 just follow instructions in readme.md in project root folder.

Is this the effect of PoW-BCHAIN-BASED that the Hashrate is slowed down strongly?
First day i had 45kh/s, yesterday  40k and today 30k.
Pretty big differences.




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May 15, 2014, 05:25:03 PM
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Good question.
Wallet consists of two files: it's a keys-file, and transactions database file.  Keys file actually actually could be used in all CryptoNote family projects. But wallet data-file is related to conreate network.
Simply put - NO, wallet created by testnet simplewallet is not valid wallet for using in real net.


Or ask other way. If i create walletfiles and do no transacion on testnet, so the testnet dont write in the wallet-database file, it is possible to use these then later in real-net?
And when not, and anyway, then how it is possible to import key-files in a wallet? I dont find command for this. Huh
There are two files - *.bin and *.bin.keys (bin is just for example, could be any extension).
*.bin.keys - is universal. It could be used with any net, it's just a keys. Keys could make sence in test net and in real net at the same time (and even in monero or bytecoin).
But you have to be care about *.bin file, to avoid collision.
May be you explain some practical issue and i'll help you with that.

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Is this the effect of PoW-BCHAIN-BASED that the Hashrate is slowed down strongly?
First day i had 45kh/s, yesterday  40k and today 30k.
Pretty big differences.
What CPU ? Cache memory size ?

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Is this the effect of PoW-BCHAIN-BASED that the Hashrate is slowed down strongly?
First day i had 45kh/s, yesterday  40k and today 30k.
Pretty big differences.

Without looking closely at the code, from the discussion posted here, I would expect this as the block chain gets bigger. It should flatten out once the chain is much larger than cache.


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May 15, 2014, 09:05:26 PM
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I see about 70 transactions stuck in tx_pools over the network.
Transactions made with pretty big ring signature, and couldn't be mined into block.

I think it would be good to make following soft rule:
1. Do not relay to network transactions which have size/fee ratio less than necessary to be included into next block.
2. Do not add transaction that have blob size bigger than say current blocks sizes median, except transactions that related with block.


Bye the way, whose sent it? Smiley I just want to say thanks

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May 15, 2014, 09:18:07 PM
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Bye the way, whose sent it? Smiley I just want to say thanks

I have to confess I did some transfers with 499 mixin_count and also some other funny stuff..

balance: 31406102.63333334, unlocked balance: 27573319.32000000
[the difference has] been like that since those transfers, I think
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May 15, 2014, 10:22:11 PM
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Bye the way, whose sent it? Smiley I just want to say thanks

I have to confess I did some transfers with 499 mixin_count and also some other funny stuff..

balance: 31406102.63333334, unlocked balance: 27573319.32000000
[the difference has] been like that since those transfers, I think
Thanks, you've pointed to problem that was almost forgotten by me.
I'll make workaround for now, and finally fix it on next iteration.
Good job!

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