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June 02, 2014, 03:39:37 PM
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i try to open simplewallet.exe but just open in few second and close automatic. so can't create new walllet.

in simplewallet.log say : 2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.764598 Boolberry wallet v0.1.1.10(d03e340)
2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.855603 Error: you must specify --wallet-file or --generate-new-wallet params
2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.860603 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1041[main]Failed to initialize wallet


what's problem for this error ?

please help me


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June 02, 2014, 03:43:32 PM
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hello,

i try to open simplewallet.exe but just open in few second and close automatic. so can't create new walllet.

in simplewallet.log say : 2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.764598 Boolberry wallet v0.1.1.10(d03e340)
2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.855603 Error: you must specify --wallet-file or --generate-new-wallet params
2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.860603 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1041[main]Failed to initialize wallet


what's problem for this error ?

please help me

thank you
You have to start simplewallet.exe like this
Code:
simplewallet.exe --generate-new-wallet wallet.bin
In the future you can open wallet.bin with
Code:
simplewallet.exe --wallet-file wallet.bin

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June 02, 2014, 03:54:10 PM
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Sorry I dont get it, does it mean even I mine with a very small hashrate, I can get coins everyday?

Yes, that's exactly why people like pools. instead of waiting perhaps 5 days of CPU stressing for a chance of finding a block, you will receive regular small payments.


i understand peoples' want for immediate gratification. but if decentralization is key and important for cryptocurrenciees, shouldn't brain function supersede emotional needs.
1. 5 days full block is better than little payments at this stage.
2. no centralization issues. one pool getting control.

is not number 2 extremely important.

A good way to address this would be to get a standalone miner that can mine into the wallet (as works well in bitcoin), instead of just pools.  That would enable people to run one wallet and have many miners, instead of running many copies of the wallet.  In general, the standalone miners are easier to compile and run, and work on a wider variety of systems.

(And, while it may be less of an issue for BBR, for other CN* coins, one wallet will use less network bandwidth than many).

boolbd works exactly that way. I have one wallet on my main desktop. I have several other machines mining with boolbd using the wallet address.

boolbd --start-mining=<address> --mining-threads=<cores>
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June 02, 2014, 03:56:47 PM
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Is there progress on the base GUI (as per the roadmap)?
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June 02, 2014, 03:57:32 PM
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Sorry I dont get it, does it mean even I mine with a very small hashrate, I can get coins everyday?

Yes, that's exactly why people like pools. instead of waiting perhaps 5 days of CPU stressing for a chance of finding a block, you will receive regular small payments.


i understand peoples' want for immediate gratification. but if decentralization is key and important for cryptocurrenciees, shouldn't brain function supersede emotional needs.
1. 5 days full block is better than little payments at this stage.
2. no centralization issues. one pool getting control.

is not number 2 extremely important.

A good way to address this would be to get a standalone miner that can mine into the wallet (as works well in bitcoin), instead of just pools.  That would enable people to run one wallet and have many miners, instead of running many copies of the wallet.  In general, the standalone miners are easier to compile and run, and work on a wider variety of systems.

(And, while it may be less of an issue for BBR, for other CN* coins, one wallet will use less network bandwidth than many).

boolbd works exactly that way. I have one wallet on my main desktop. I have several other machines mining with boolbd using the wallet address.

boolbd --start-mining=<address> --mining-threads=<cores>

Sorry, should have been more clear:  boolbd is the full daemon.

A standalone miner such as cpuminer is *much* more lightweight.

The challenge for BBR will be communicating the blockchain scratchpad to the miner processes, but it's not impossible.

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June 02, 2014, 04:03:29 PM
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hello,

i try to open simplewallet.exe but just open in few second and close automatic. so can't create new walllet.

in simplewallet.log say : 2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.764598 Boolberry wallet v0.1.1.10(d03e340)
2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.855603 Error: you must specify --wallet-file or --generate-new-wallet params
2014-Jun-02 22:36:21.860603 ERROR ..\..\src\simplewallet\simplewallet.cpp:1041[main]Failed to initialize wallet


what's problem for this error ?

please help me

thank you
You have to start simplewallet.exe like this
Code:
simplewallet.exe --generate-new-wallet wallet.bin
In the future you can open wallet.bin with
Code:
simplewallet.exe --wallet-file wallet.bin



wow it's work. thank you very much
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June 02, 2014, 04:08:13 PM
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Sorry I dont get it, does it mean even I mine with a very small hashrate, I can get coins everyday?
Yes, that's exactly why people like pools. instead of waiting perhaps 5 days of CPU stressing for a chance of finding a block, you will receive regular small payments.
i understand peoples' want for immediate gratification. but if decentralization is key and important for cryptocurrenciees, shouldn't brain function supersede emotional needs.
1. 5 days full block is better than little payments at this stage.
2. no centralization issues. one pool getting control.

is not number 2 extremely important.
A good way to address this would be to get a standalone miner that can mine into the wallet (as works well in bitcoin), instead of just pools.  That would enable people to run one wallet and have many miners, instead of running many copies of the wallet.  In general, the standalone miners are easier to compile and run, and work on a wider variety of systems.

(And, while it may be less of an issue for BBR, for other CN* coins, one wallet will use less network bandwidth than many).
boolbd works exactly that way. I have one wallet on my main desktop. I have several other machines mining with boolbd using the wallet address.

boolbd --start-mining=<address> --mining-threads=<cores>

No - boolbd is the full daemon/wallet.

A standalone miner such as cpuminer is *much* more lightweight.

The challenge for BBR will be communicating the blockchain scratchpad to the miner processes, but it's not impossible.

Ah, I understand what you are saying. I am not sure when that will come.
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June 02, 2014, 04:12:51 PM
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Sorry, should have been more clear:  boolbd is the full daemon.

A standalone miner such as cpuminer is *much* more lightweight.

The challenge for BBR will be communicating the blockchain scratchpad to the miner processes, but it's not impossible.
There is already a proof-of-concept. Simpleminer can mine directly to the daemon. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577267.msg6986458#msg6986458

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June 02, 2014, 04:16:19 PM
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wow cheap BBR someone has no faith dumping.....
picked me a bunch up for 8k..
someone dumped from 16 down to 7 i dont get why they would do that there was no need, buy orders where building....
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June 02, 2014, 04:16:32 PM
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are we sure theirs no premine? anyone checked the code? cuz theirs like 20 bitcoin thats just been dumped in the last 2 hours its kinda silly down 75% in 6 hours...
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June 02, 2014, 04:20:05 PM
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wow cheap BBR someone has no faith dumping.....
picked me a bunch up for 8k..
someone dumped from 16 down to 7 i dont get why they would do that there was no need, buy orders where building....

Theres a spread of like 10k from bittrex to polo 0_o wtf...
arb anyone?? this dosnt make sense at all...
This must be crazy and perfect time to buy or something is going on ??
can we get the price on polo back to bittrex this is madness!! Bittrex traders get your ass to polo...
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June 02, 2014, 04:21:48 PM
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With so few coins currently out there, how is this falling so hard?  I understand panic....hell I almost did there, but I realized that my losses would be to great and I'd just rather go down with the coin at this point.  But I do think it bottomed out and will start to go up.

Man...I've had some shittly luck with coins over the last week.    
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June 02, 2014, 04:21:55 PM
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are we sure theirs no premine? anyone checked the code? cuz theirs like 20 bitcoin thats just been dumped in the last 2 hours its kinda silly down 75% in 6 hours...

silly its fucken insaneeee!!!
maybe perfect chance to buy? i dont get the dump i watched it happen, i stuck up tat 1.5btc buy wall... and then all of a suddon somone dumped right down to it 1 point away from wall makes no sense, then i removed my wall scared the shit outa me.. so they removed theres... very strange 0_o

it slike bittrex dosnt notice what happened at polo....
fuck hurry up lets buy them all back to match bittrex price before they fucken notice...
perfect arbitage anyway, it will be a shame to have them notice and loose that volume.
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June 02, 2014, 04:26:39 PM
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Bittrex hasnt budged from 16..
so price will return... god that is strange.. maybe the bots freaked out i was playing with the market but i didnt expect that..
either way i just scored a fuck load of cheap BBR .... snoozers are loosers...
no wonder why , there is noone in irc, like 4 silent people, get in irc so we can correct this
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June 02, 2014, 04:27:12 PM
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Amazon EC2 bills are due.  That could be the cause of the dumps.  People needing to pay for their cloud instances.  Just a possibility.  
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June 02, 2014, 04:28:46 PM
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Amazon EC2 bills are due.  That could be the cause of the dumps.  People needing to pay for their cloud instances.  Just a possibility.  

im kinda happy it happened right at that moment to be honest....
 ^_*, it will spring back if people give it a little growing room before shitting all over the order book.
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June 02, 2014, 04:30:50 PM
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i found bbr extreme pool but reports 0miners is it online already?
http://bbr.extremepool.org
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June 02, 2014, 04:31:32 PM
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i found bbr extreme pool but reports 0miners is it online already?
http://bbr.extremepool.org
It's not functional yet.

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June 02, 2014, 04:33:03 PM
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Amazon EC2 bills are due.  That could be the cause of the dumps.  People needing to pay for their cloud instances.  Just a possibility.  

im kinda happy it happened right at that moment to be honest....
 ^_*, it will spring back if people give it a little growing room before shitting all over the order book.



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June 02, 2014, 04:42:46 PM
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okay so i guess i am investing in the long term with this coin since i forgot my password and i am gonna need a cracker to unlock it which maybe in the future it will exist Tongue
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