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May 09, 2014, 06:07:16 PM
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It is a bit dusty in here.
Has anyone got managed to get over the 7197 blocks?
If not, I'll changed the sources and added a checkpoint at Block 7197.
Currently looks fine, only "good" peers connected.
If ya want, give it a try.
Added a Pull request aswell on github -> https://github.com/YourDigitalCoin/YourDigitalCoin/pull/1/files

If anyone wants to compile for windows, go for it, i hate qt or mingw compiling Cheesy
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May 11, 2014, 01:05:50 PM
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It is a bit dusty in here.
Has anyone got managed to get over the 7197 blocks?
If not, I'll changed the sources and added a checkpoint at Block 7197.
Currently looks fine, only "good" peers connected.
If ya want, give it a try.
Added a Pull request aswell on github -> https://github.com/YourDigitalCoin/YourDigitalCoin/pull/1/files

If anyone wants to compile for windows, go for it, i hate qt or mingw compiling Cheesy
I got stuck in the 7197 blocks, the dev looks like is not going to fix. Estimated to have to give up。 Sad

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May 12, 2014, 04:07:13 PM
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So nobody fixed the coin?

Your best bet is to actually get ahold of the dev, or maybe even start a new thread. Relaunch or revive it using hashes4me's code.

It looks like whoever forked it is actually still mining it out. Which is useless because the exchange cannot even sync up to their version.
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