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August 24, 2014, 05:25:09 PM
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IPv4 addresses ran out too. It doesn't mean it had no purpose. In due time, more than 2 million addresses can be accommodated, if there is demand for it down the road. Chains can evolve. For now this is a great feature that no other CN coin has and can serve well within its limitations. It should be appreciated, not dung-coated as something bad. I doubt bagholders who are dedicated to one coin world domination have any desire to see any success from any other coin.

The concern trolling from certain individuals brings out the stubbornness, if there is something like that, in Zoidberg. He knows the folks who have no interest in this project, but keep bringing up concocted problems and concerns about it, while silently hoping it all just goes away.



You're like the most defensive person ever.

I didn't say it was bad, I effectively said:

The alias system needs work, and instead of saying it is this way because of "vision" Zoidberg should instead work on making it better right now, especially because Zoidberg was earlier saying he wants all the tech in place asap because he is against hardforks.

So waiting for a while to fix the alias system is actually counter to Zoidberg's philosophy.

This is my first post that I actually tried to give some useful advice to Zoidberg, it's actually in my interest for Zoidberg to leave the alias system in the current state it is in.

*shrugs*  Making a big deal of aliases is like pointing out that you don't like the color the tail of a new airplane is painted.  Sure, it's a completely valid complaint, but it perhaps it's not the major issue.

I actually like that aliases are one per block for now.  It seems like a reasonable way to start, a nifty feature to encourage miners, and a way to start exploring the concept.  It's obviously not the One True System For Everything, but you've got to start somewhere, and this provides an initial way to gain feedback and experience with the idea.  If nobody uses them or hates them for some reason, experiment done, rip them out, fin.  If the demand exceeds the # of blocks (which it certainly hasn't yet. :-), then add another mechanism for creating them.  It's not clear that such a change would even require a hardfork - there are many ways to add them such that they would propagate but only upgraded clients could send to them.  That's a pretty reasonable soft upgrade path.

To re-use one of my favorite sayings, from Voltaire:  The perfect is the enemy of the good (roughly, from "Dit que le mieux est l'ennemi du bien").

It's usually better to have something as a reasonable start up & running than to never release anything because it's not perfect.

But aliases are a relatively minor feature compared to some of the big features, so getting overly stuck on them seems not entirely profitable.

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August 24, 2014, 06:53:46 PM
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I cannot send all my BBr in the wallet (using 0 Mixin). Error: Failed to send transaction: transaction is too big.
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August 24, 2014, 07:01:59 PM
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Bittrex says we are at risk of delisting due to low volume and lack of interest.
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August 24, 2014, 09:20:30 PM
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Bittrex says we are at risk of delisting due to low volume and lack of interest.
seems they're saying that all the time  Roll Eyes
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August 24, 2014, 09:24:15 PM
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Bittrex says we are at risk of delisting due to low volume and lack of interest.
seems they're saying that all the time  Roll Eyes
Me thinks that more attention should be given to this
https://bter.com/voting

Edit: this too: https://hitbtc.com/vote
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August 25, 2014, 04:07:41 AM
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I cannot send all my BBr in the wallet (using 0 Mixin). Error: Failed to send transaction: transaction is too big.
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Send smaller amounts.
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August 25, 2014, 01:28:37 PM
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This is not an exchange, it's a portfolio but it would be cool to have BBR quoted.
Please vote : http://cryptofolio.info/welcome/vote
No need to login. 1 vote every hour.
We are on 2nd position today, yesterday we were 1st.
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August 25, 2014, 01:56:30 PM
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This is not an exchange, it's a portfolio but it would be cool to have BBR quoted.
Please vote : http://cryptofolio.info/welcome/vote
No need to login. 1 vote every hour.
We are on 2nd position today, yesterday we were 1st.


Hey! SlyWax! Nice to see you! How you doing ?!

btw: cryptofolio.info wrote wrong algo, we not cryptonight, we wildkeccak

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August 25, 2014, 02:21:53 PM
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This is not an exchange, it's a portfolio but it would be cool to have BBR quoted.
Please vote : http://cryptofolio.info/welcome/vote
No need to login. 1 vote every hour.
We are on 2nd position today, yesterday we were 1st.


Hey! SlyWax! Nice to see you! How you doing ?!

btw: cryptofolio.info wrote wrong algo, we not cryptonight, we wildkeccak


I'm good Smiley

Yeah I just told them : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=201944.msg8526283#msg8526283
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August 25, 2014, 03:25:01 PM
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BBR is the fastest block syncing cryptonite coin Smiley Smiley

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August 25, 2014, 05:40:39 PM
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BBR is the fastest block syncing cryptonite coin Smiley Smiley

CryptoNote Wink yes syncs are really quick.
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August 25, 2014, 07:08:07 PM
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BBR is the fastest block syncing cryptonite coin Smiley Smiley

CryptoNote Wink yes syncs are really quick.
no, I think he means to Cryptonite (XCN)  Grin
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August 25, 2014, 11:39:08 PM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

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August 25, 2014, 11:46:24 PM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

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August 25, 2014, 11:53:33 PM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

Would you like me to post as a gist? if so which file do you need to check?

thank you for quick response

Jon

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August 25, 2014, 11:57:39 PM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

Would you like me to post as a gist? if so which file do you need to check?

thank you for quick response

Jon

Send it to my email: crypto.zoidberg@gmail.com
What version are you using ? Windows/linux ? What build ? GUI or CLI ?


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August 26, 2014, 12:03:18 AM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

Would you like me to post as a gist? if so which file do you need to check?

thank you for quick response

Jon

Send it to my email: crypto.zoidberg@gmail.com
What version are you using ? Windows/linux ? What build ? GUI or CLI ?



Software version: 0.2.0.31(5d85ebf)  Windows 7 Gui

What is the name of the file you need?

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August 26, 2014, 12:05:43 AM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

Would you like me to post as a gist? if so which file do you need to check?

thank you for quick response

Jon

Send it to my email: crypto.zoidberg@gmail.com
What version are you using ? Windows/linux ? What build ? GUI or CLI ?



Software version: 0.2.0.31(5d85ebf)  Windows 7 Gui

What is the name of the file you need?

If you have GUI then find "qt-boolb.log" file in application folder (usualy "C:\Program Files\Boolberry\qt-boolb.exe" for windows)


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August 26, 2014, 12:45:02 AM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

Would you like me to post as a gist? if so which file do you need to check?

thank you for quick response

Jon

Send it to my email: crypto.zoidberg@gmail.com
What version are you using ? Windows/linux ? What build ? GUI or CLI ?



Software version: 0.2.0.31(5d85ebf)  Windows 7 Gui

What is the name of the file you need?

If you have GUI then find "qt-boolb.log" file in application folder (usualy "C:\Program Files\Boolberry\qt-boolb.exe" for windows)



You will see a successful wallet opening today.....I created a new wallet with blank password and reopened in my checking it out

Jon

P.S I just realized I'm not running latest release, I'm downloading now, sorry if this is the problem

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August 26, 2014, 12:52:20 AM
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Hi guys I have a problem opening my wallet.......I enter password and get invalid.....I know that I am using the correct password.

I hard copied to paper when I created wallet, and have opened wallet many times.....Capslock is not on, so its not that.

This seems strange as I can't see anyway I could have changed password, I have tried to open backup and get same result

Any Ideas ?

Jon

Hi John!
That is really strange. Does it possible that you use wrong wallet file ? or wallet from different altcoin (monero/bcn/xxx-cn-dumb-fork) ?
Another guess - if you have you password wrote on the paper, may be you miss register or '0' -> 'o'.
Anyway, it's a first time i see such issue. So if your password is really correct, you probably have damaged keys file.
Would you like to send me a log file from your wallet/GUI ?

Would you like me to post as a gist? if so which file do you need to check?

thank you for quick response

Jon

Send it to my email: crypto.zoidberg@gmail.com
What version are you using ? Windows/linux ? What build ? GUI or CLI ?



Software version: 0.2.0.31(5d85ebf)  Windows 7 Gui

What is the name of the file you need?

If you have GUI then find "qt-boolb.log" file in application folder (usualy "C:\Program Files\Boolberry\qt-boolb.exe" for windows)



You will see a successful wallet opening today.....I created a new wallet with blank password and reopened in my checking it out

Jon

Yeah, and i also see A LOT OF tries to open wallet with wrong password.... well, i'm sleepy now, i'll see into logs again tomorrow, can't promise that i will help you, especcially if password is really broken - but i'll try.

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