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Author Topic: [BBR] Boolberry: Privacy and Security - Guaranteed Since 2014  (Read 1174620 times)
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May 24, 2014, 01:21:41 PM
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Dev hold 10% of coins?

No. The miners can chose to give 1% of the mined coins or not to the devs.

owners of
122.117.207.143
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please PM me ASAP.


Did we find the two forkers ?

We found a bug i think. Just want to help with that, they wasting machine time.

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May 24, 2014, 01:22:35 PM
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I want to figure out why it is not switching to main chain.


Maybe problem on firewall
I guess no since handshake is ok.

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May 24, 2014, 01:52:17 PM
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I want to figure out why it is not switching to main chain.


Maybe problem on firewall
I guess no since handshake is ok.

GFW i mean, handshake failed here. I guess not since other are fine

Code:
11:19:52.675312 [P2P3]Connecting to 122.117.207.143:10101(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m17.s5)...
2014-May-24 11:19:54.158986 [P2P7]FOUND FUTURE peerlist for entry 107.170.97.197:10101 last_seen: 1400920311, local_time(on remote node):1179939823
2014-May-24 11:19:54.159209 [P2P7]ERROR /home/user/boolberry/src/p2p/net_node.inl:381[nodetool::node_server<t_payload_net_handler>::do_handshake_with_peer(nodetool::peerid_type&, nodetool::node_server<t_payload_net_handler>::p2p_connection_context&, bool) [with t_payload_net_handler = currency::t_currency_protocol_handler<currency::core>; nodetool::peerid_type = long unsigned int; nodetool::node_server<t_payload_net_handler>::p2p_connection_context = nodetool::p2p_connection_context_t<currency::currency_connection_context>; typename t_payload_net_handler::connection_context = currency::currency_connection_context]::__lambda12][122.117.207.143:10101 OUT]COMMAND_HANDSHAKE: failed to handle_remote_peerlist(...), closing connection.
2014-May-24 11:19:54.168713 [P2P3][122.117.207.143:10101 OUT]COMMAND_HANDSHAKE Failed
2014-May-24 11:19:54.169053 [P2P3][122.117.207.143:10101 OUT]Failed to HANDSHAKE with peer 122.117.207.143:10101

and by the way, a pool would be good. lots of orphans
It's another issue, someone have wrong time on machine and peerlist file saved on another machine, hotfix is coming.

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2014-May-23 13:50:44.136797 [P2P7]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 4422
id:   <47f6aded55a778981e9aac9a6d6144d3c96e7a768dfb133b6c0fa9ccc0072b26>
PoW:   <d06e0c56fbb6c97b3b0e27a2403c5d0f787a3b1e2762ebe291e4b50800000000>
difficulty:   72849110324

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2014-May-23 16:56:15.409192 [P2P1]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 4497
id:   <f81d0f76b25d9a9c70ad1d77ce4a5bf0f86dead0ee31af65546cb2453ceba1b1>
PoW:   <5dfda3898841fc6b1aceeb3ecb967e665f38445caa5d46df3827ce0b00000000>
difficulty:   71632303237

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2014-May-23 17:00:40.297074 [P2P2]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 4497
id:   <05b5fd439e31f6e0e24d05efa336178ac83ecea8e774909744f6d565c60e8d90>
PoW:   <4d5d849509c791dbf2b85d903586b912a6509d40973aa2bd56f9650300000000>
difficulty:   71632303237

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2014-May-23 23:20:13.108967 [P2P9]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 4694
id:   <52082e26a1aaea803b1ad733e36b278643e065cc3bb63a6f81aba38b4f8d787e>
PoW:   <fc921a6ab7936c8ab015382bf3e84574778f89a99e3ffd27b2e72a0500000000>
difficulty:   66653619141

dig for 3 days, i5 ~330kh, nothing
Agree, but my first concern is to be sure that network is ok.



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May 24, 2014, 01:58:30 PM
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I want to figure out why it is not switching to main chain.


Maybe problem on firewall
I guess no since handshake is ok.

GFW i mean, handshake failed here. I guess not since other are fine

Code:
11:19:52.675312 [P2P3]Connecting to 122.117.207.143:10101(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m17.s5)...
2014-May-24 11:19:54.158986 [P2P7]FOUND FUTURE peerlist for entry 107.170.97.197:10101 last_seen: 1400920311, local_time(on remote node):1179939823
2014-May-24 11:19:54.159209 [P2P7]ERROR /home/user/boolberry/src/p2p/net_node.inl:381[nodetool::node_server<t_payload_net_handler>::do_handshake_with_peer(nodetool::peerid_type&, nodetool::node_server<t_payload_net_handler>::p2p_connection_context&, bool) [with t_payload_net_handler = currency::t_currency_protocol_handler<currency::core>; nodetool::peerid_type = long unsigned int; nodetool::node_server<t_payload_net_handler>::p2p_connection_context = nodetool::p2p_connection_context_t<currency::currency_connection_context>; typename t_payload_net_handler::connection_context = currency::currency_connection_context]::__lambda12][122.117.207.143:10101 OUT]COMMAND_HANDSHAKE: failed to handle_remote_peerlist(...), closing connection.
2014-May-24 11:19:54.168713 [P2P3][122.117.207.143:10101 OUT]COMMAND_HANDSHAKE Failed
2014-May-24 11:19:54.169053 [P2P3][122.117.207.143:10101 OUT]Failed to HANDSHAKE with peer 122.117.207.143:10101

and by the way, a pool would be good. lots of orphans
It's another issue, someone have wrong time on machine and peerlist file saved on another machine, hotfix is coming.

they need to fast forward 7 years  Grin
good job with the quick fix.

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May 24, 2014, 02:48:58 PM
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Hey guys,

What kind of CPUs do you use to mine BBR? i5, i7 ...? It looks like that core i5 is unable to solve blocks. My friend has a core i7. He solved 2 blocks at 200k for 3 days. My core i5 PCs yield 340k each but solves no block for 4 days.

I hear you, I haven't found a single block in 154 hours of mining! This coin needs a pool badly.

I really thought I was going to do well with this coin. I started mining from launch with 2 machines (450k hash total) and I found 3 blocks within the first 6 hours, but haven't found a single block since then.

 
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May 24, 2014, 03:11:19 PM
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Hey guys,

What kind of CPUs do you use to mine BBR? i5, i7 ...? It looks like that core i5 is unable to solve blocks. My friend has a core i7. He solved 2 blocks at 200k for 3 days. My core i5 PCs yield 340k each but solves no block for 4 days.

I hear you, I haven't found a single block in 154 hours of mining! This coin needs a pool badly.

I really thought I was going to do well with this coin. I started mining from launch with 2 machines (450k hash total) and I found 3 blocks within the first 6 hours, but haven't found a single block since then.

Don't give up hope, I found a block yesterday with my i7 3770 running at 250kh.
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May 24, 2014, 03:34:31 PM
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I want to give try, but to know if it is worth with my cpus, please give me some infos :

How to know the diff ?
How to calcul how many blocs can be found by day ? ((hashrate * 3600 * 24)/diff ?)
How to know bloc reward ?

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May 24, 2014, 03:49:41 PM
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i have change for ubuntu 14.04

boost its ok

here my first error

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/root/boolberry/src/wallet/wallet2.h:309:16: error: ‘net_utils’ has not been declared


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May 24, 2014, 03:57:43 PM
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i have change for ubuntu 14.04

boost its ok

here my first error

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compiler version ?

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May 24, 2014, 04:20:26 PM
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I want to give try, but to know if it is worth with my cpus, please give me some infos :
How to know the diff ?
How to calcul how many blocs can be found by day ? ((hashrate * 3600 * 24)/diff ?)
How to know bloc reward ?

easier:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day
how do you find out the diff? the "diff" command doesn't seem to be in the daemon...

On the website http://boolberry.com/state.html it say that the difficulty is 64G.
I never seen anyone using that G letter for numbers but according to calculation it should mean 64000000000.

So :

(24*60/2)*(your_hashrate)/(64000000000/120)= block per day


Now it's 65.65G

(24*60/2)*(your_hashrate)/(65500000000/120)= block per day

Exemple with one small CPU doing 140K hash per sec :

(24*60/2)*(140000)/(65500000000/120)=0.1846 block per day


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May 24, 2014, 05:43:04 PM
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Merci a toi.
Thank you.


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May 24, 2014, 06:10:11 PM
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i have change for ubuntu 14.04

boost its ok

here my first error

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/root/boolberry/src/wallet/wallet2.h:309:16: error: ‘net_utils’ has not been declared

compiler version ?

cmake -> v 2.8.12
et gcc -> v 4.8.2
libboost 1.55.0-1
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May 24, 2014, 06:24:34 PM
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so,where can i buy this coin?

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May 24, 2014, 06:32:15 PM
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so,where can i buy this coin?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=616391.0

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May 24, 2014, 06:36:29 PM
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I see someone is mining alternative chain, bad idea because today i'll release checkpoints.
Or may be it happend because seed nodes was offline some time.

how can you tell someone is mining alternative chain.
i am worried that this is the case for me.
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May 24, 2014, 07:43:30 PM
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Zoidberg, is it just you working on boolberry at the moment or do you have other developers working on a wallet, one working on pool software etc?
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May 24, 2014, 09:19:24 PM
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How many coin in a block actually?

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May 24, 2014, 09:49:11 PM
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Zoidberg, is it just you working on boolberry at the moment or do you have other developers working on a wallet, one working on pool software etc?
Doesn't answer if they are splitting the tasks or collaborating but part of your question has been answered here:
Could you answer these questions:
- How many developers are in the team?
- Are you looking for more developers (can people contribute on GitHub) and or other help (translations, etc.)?
- Can you announce the launch more than one day in advance? You want the launch to be perceived as open and honest as possible.
I agree, it is good to see a fork with active discussion before release and dev that listens to comments.
I too am interested in the answers to these questions.
1. To be honest - we are two developers who are familiar with CryptoNote code, as you could see by our commits.
2. At this moment we don't really need help with development, mostly because core changes have to be done very careful and focused. But later after network launch of course developers are wellcome especially expirienced developers - we have a lot of work todo! But what we really need - is technical writer, translations, designer, someone to help us to support this forum.
3. Two days befor launch is ok ?

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May 24, 2014, 09:49:17 PM
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How many coin in a block actually?

~17
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May 24, 2014, 11:29:16 PM
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Hi folks.


Is there any trading thread?


Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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