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Today at 01:04:35 PM
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hah, mining this wouldnt be worth your time anyway.

the node 60.205.112.102 mines ahead of the group, if the node detects you've found and submitted a block to the rest of the network, it reannounces itself with a higher block count (usually 2 or 3 blocks) and invalidates your chain.

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2017-05-24 01:40:22 AddToWallet 32622cd714dfe61e948079d7f5b0f1d236a14246a6981fdd0badc0de2d997ee3  new
2017-05-24 01:40:22 UpdateTip: new best=25fa249302b159e5f18d52e4f150bbd755ef9e1fdde30fd86191fddf64970ad9  height=254204  log2_work=57.257459  tx=876118  date=2017-05-24 01:41:01 progress=1.000001
2017-05-24 01:40:22 AddToWallet 32622cd714dfe61e948079d7f5b0f1d236a14246a6981fdd0badc0de2d997ee3  
2017-05-24 01:40:22 ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
2017-05-24 01:40:22 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2017-05-24 01:42:22 ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 0, prev=6dbf303c7b21b78c7a99fdd88e138e161cd5c1a8eeb0bfb8caa1ffcd97b4dbd4
2017-05-24 01:42:23 ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
2017-05-24 01:42:24 ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
2017-05-24 01:42:24 ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=d1151e9ec46df130319a0f2dd71b10237514cdb05767b576c762ab473c394798  height=254203  log2_work=57.257458  tx=876117  date=2017-05-24 01:40:51 progress=0.999997
2017-05-24 01:42:24 AddToWallet 32622cd714dfe61e948079d7f5b0f1d236a14246a6981fdd0badc0de2d997ee3  
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=d79fe275df2a4df729cfb22a3a874ca0b8ee3973a2f7c75cda7a3c22e3f70653  height=254202  log2_work=57.257457  tx=876116  date=2017-05-24 01:40:40 progress=0.999996
2017-05-24 01:42:24 AddToWallet 1b537e4e6e3a71d60a12a228100f2061e4d3c879134646b72264710c83d8e2f2  
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=80590c77805804486214b1fdfdc3c1962ab408e45d77287d69ea68c8e13b2e07  height=254201  log2_work=57.257456  tx=876115  date=2017-05-24 01:39:43 progress=0.999994
2017-05-24 01:42:24 AddToWallet ff03caa8211524500eabf165a259eea4d38a701e9390329c3c3b7b268822391f  
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=875a0f55cce896c12b2c590d32ef8d6fd2290eccc5704b6030151d6177774ac1  height=254200  log2_work=57.257455  tx=876114  date=2017-05-24 01:35:41 progress=0.999986
2017-05-24 01:42:24 AddToWallet c5762fa37ba94e1486c0da15ca40d36e8cd6f4ca0eb72b538d5cb062f48f5688  
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=a2e7db8af31ed5e3d76b463496550468b757c01a79087451d6df4942d340c3eb  height=254201  log2_work=57.257456  tx=876115  date=2017-05-24 01:36:55 progress=0.999988
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=841dc30447594025d9abd270dbc0f093d4645adb85f94f37d61361a40db66dea  height=254202  log2_work=57.257457  tx=876116  date=2017-05-24 01:41:20 progress=0.999998
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=157bc8b41f40325a3e1adf38d7faf30b53e2fd17eb97ef6b855ba524c5dee1ee  height=254203  log2_work=57.257458  tx=876117  date=2017-05-24 01:42:08 progress=0.999999
2017-05-24 01:42:24 UpdateTip: new best=6dbf303c7b21b78c7a99fdd88e138e161cd5c1a8eeb0bfb8caa1ffcd97b4dbd4  height=254204  log2_work=57.257459  tx=876118  date=2017-05-24 01:42:36 progress=1.000000
2017-05-24 01:42:25 UpdateTip: new best=833c3747c3ae92f61bf44d9c067e96f915169b59c1ac4d3ec55ff42ad5c3b004  height=254205  log2_work=57.257461  tx=876119  date=2017-05-24 01:42:41 progress=1.000001

has been happening for years now too, shame, used to be a solid currency.
its still fun sometimes to recompile the -qt version with a few choice lines in rpcmining.cpp commented out, fire it up with -connect=127.0.0.1  so you dont have to be connected to the network to crank out a getblocktemplate; then hit nicehash for a while, then do a manual 'addnode' once you're 100 blocks ahead.

the looks of panic on their faces, priceless.

ROTFL, this made my day. LOL

Where the devs at?
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Today at 01:24:48 PM
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Eta?

what that even mean? I dont see any eta at bitmark
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Today at 07:56:56 PM
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Will be proposing a hard fork to address the issues that have been affecting the bitmark blockchain.

Code for the proposed hard fork is at https://github.com/piratelinux/bitmark  on the 0.9.7 branch

A description of the new features and what issues they are addressing is here:

https://github.com/project-bitmark/bitmark/wiki/Hard_Fork_Criteria


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Today at 08:06:28 PM
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Dev answers:
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We'll be trading on SUPER net soon.  But my view is that liaising with polo and other exchanges is the top priority for this month at least, before the next online summit.  I dont trade, so it will have to be others that do that drive that.  Let's see how far we get. :slightly_smiling_face:


What I think what happened was an accidental transaction got orphaned, and one of the exchanges synced to the wrong chain causing a bit of confusion.  But I speculate.  It would be great to find out the reason for temp suspend of the wallet.  Then maybe we can fix the issue.

I hope wallet suspension is temporary and btm is not delisted.  Polo have said that they wont delist us as long as there is active development.  I stand ready to volunteer to help develop the coin, if it keeps gonig.  Hopefully, there will be more clarity as the month progresses.  Then we can so an online summit in June, the next roadmap, technical goals, outreach to new communities and marketing material ...


There is actually a lot of technology for marking already built, so its just a case of getting it (nearer) to production quality.  Smiley
 could have decentralized identity, storage, search, marking and payments all from a desktop client, with lots of very good content, in the next 6 month roadmap.  All the pieces are there for that, it's a case of putting it together and making a good user epxerience


I read the stuff on the hard fork rules... unanimous (or near it) consent kills any fork, which seemed like a naive thing to even suggest.

Additionally, the thing about the "accidental transaction" and the "wrong chain" has me a bit worried, sounds like a fork or a f-up, which no one is really solving.

The Dev (melvincarvalho) also says he stands ready help develop the coin, if it keeps going, not exactly sounding like he is into it, at the moment.

Then, you think about Bitmark Inc and I start wondering if Bitmark, as we know it, now, is just hoping to ride the coattails of the Chinese  project, Bitmark Inc with their funding announcements last year and other news they had.... I checked to see if there was a new wallet on bitmark.io and it is still Bitmark Core 0.9.4.0 beta despite the recent news of releases.... I guess we will see stuff "Soon" since
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There is actually a lot of technology for marking already built, so its just a case of getting it (nearer) to production quality.  Smiley
 could have decentralized identity, storage, search, marking and payments all from a desktop client, with lots of very good content, in the next 6 month roadmap.  All the pieces are there for that, it's a case of putting it together and making a good user epxerience

Blind faith is just as bad as trolling... it would be nice to see some alpha builds for the general public since nearer to production quality seems like they should have that....

I rather think it's the other way around ... the Chinese bitmark.com is riding _our_ coattails.

The hard fork criteria outline proposed by Melvin Carvalho make good sense to me. As long as a majority of the community agree that it is a good think, I don't think it need be 100% unanimous.
Why you dont want to add masternode with POS+POW algo? You are lost in 2016-2015

 The idea of stake being required to create greater returns for staking miner nodes (Master Nodes) is very interesting; I believe this concept was pioneered by Dash.
 
 The concept of Proof-of-Stake to earn "interest", so coins staked for a definite period of time (or number of blocks) earn a certain return is well-liked too. This would change the basic setup of Bitmark as non-inflationary, but if the interest wasn't excessive it should not be a problem. What return on staked coins seems reasonable to you ?

I also like the idea of Proof-of-Stake to enable voting on issues affecting the coin and taking decisions, or setting policy parameters, but all this would have to be elaborated in detail.  Do you have more specifics in mind ??
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