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January 01, 2015, 08:36:12 AM
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I've been in contact with them actually and from what I've been told they have a 1/2 way built template that they want to launch at some point in the future.

From what I could see of the GUI preview, the GUI features an announcements feed, so I suppose they are custom-building the website so that it's linked to Twitter feed and the GUI so that everything is connected in at least one way (and possibly others). Throwing up a quick pre-made template website in the interim was an option, but once that was up, it would've created even more work to move over all the content to the new website. The GUI is waiting on the DB, so everything's just going to have to flow sequentially.

It's not like there's a big influx of new users into cryptocurrency at the moment creating a pressing need for marketing and accessibility. There's time. It's good that you're willing to volunteer. I think there will be more opportunities for the the non-coders to contribute later, especially in translating documentation into our languages and offering our services in exchange for XMR.

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January 01, 2015, 10:37:14 AM
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Question: I haven't started monerod in a while, and now it seems that it's not syncing.
It seems that it tries to connect to non-existant hosts (hosts from last time I started
the daemon as the log if full of these messages:

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2015-Jan-01 11:32:52.617537 [P2P4]Selected peer: xxx 119.51.20.196:18080[white=1] last_seen: d161.h23.m49.s15
2015-Jan-01 11:32:52.617557 [P2P4]Connecting to 119.51.20.196:18080(white=1, last_seen: d161.h23.m49.s15)...
2015-Jan-01 11:32:53.119470 [P2P4][0.0.0.0:0 OUT]Connect failed to 119.51.20.196:18080

All this for various different IPs. Is there somewhere an peer cache that I can flush and
re-seed this cache? Or what else do I need to do to get it to sync?
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January 01, 2015, 10:51:13 AM
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Question: I haven't started monerod in a while, and now it seems that it's not syncing.
It seems that it tries to connect to non-existant hosts (hosts from last time I started
the daemon as the log if full of these messages:

Code:
2015-Jan-01 11:32:52.617537 [P2P4]Selected peer: xxx 119.51.20.196:18080[white=1] last_seen: d161.h23.m49.s15
2015-Jan-01 11:32:52.617557 [P2P4]Connecting to 119.51.20.196:18080(white=1, last_seen: d161.h23.m49.s15)...
2015-Jan-01 11:32:53.119470 [P2P4][0.0.0.0:0 OUT]Connect failed to 119.51.20.196:18080

All this for various different IPs. Is there somewhere an peer cache that I can flush and
re-seed this cache? Or what else do I need to do to get it to sync?

Found it myself, deleting .bitmonero/p2pstate.bin and then starting the daemon using ./bitmonerod --seed-node 182.92.104.160:18080 did the trick. Is there somewhere a repository of valid seed nodes?

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January 01, 2015, 10:59:16 AM
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Next question: is is possible by now to change the passphrase of an existing wallet? I am using the command line version of simplewallet...
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January 01, 2015, 11:56:17 AM
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Next question: is is possible by now to change the passphrase of an existing wallet? I am using the command line version of simplewallet...

I think the only way at the moment to change your password is to recreate/recover the wallet files using the mnemonic seed, at which point you will be asked to input a (new) password for the wallet files.
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January 01, 2015, 01:31:23 PM
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- Happy new year/Bonne année/Head uut aastat
- Changing password: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=721045.msg8148516#msg8148516
- Forum sucks/website sucks: MEW will announce something soon. Any person willing to help will be welcomed - people who PM core team for proposal on translation, webcoding... will be contacted also "No PM left behind"

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January 01, 2015, 03:12:29 PM
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- Happy new year/Bonne année/Head uut aastat
- Changing password: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=721045.msg8148516#msg8148516
- Forum sucks/website sucks: MEW will announce something soon. Any person willing to help will be welcomed - people who PM core team for proposal on translation, webcoding... will be contacted also "No PM left behind"

Head uut aastat kõik sõbrad!
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January 01, 2015, 04:41:26 PM
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Head uut aastat kõik sõbrad!

English?

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Head uut aastat kõik sõbrad!

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January 01, 2015, 05:09:48 PM
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Don't you need the XMR devs to figure out multi-sig before integrating XMR into OpenBazaar?

we have been discussed this point with devs and they agreed, that multi-sig is not necessarily at the moment. I do not want to waste time and can start without it, with possibility that people will appear as escrow- /arbiter service. multi-sig will be implemented later.


To clear one point. This is like "crowdfunding" open source project, it is free for everyone, we won't earn something directly from bazaar.
But with Bazaar we will win the real markets and bring Monero into the real life. this will increase Monero's value many times more.

so, your profit will be the increasing times more of your monero's fortune.


I'd definitely chip in for this. Is there a place we can post info and updates where everyone can log-in?

If we will gather a foundation till 6.01.15, I'll post out more detailed plan, the list of backers. we'll organize a closed crowdfunding-backers group on google docs and I'll keep the members up-to-date.

If we won't reach the sum, I'll give all funds back at the same day and close this theme.


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January 01, 2015, 05:54:30 PM
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Quite frankly, I think OpenBazaar itself is overhyped.

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January 01, 2015, 06:47:34 PM
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A brief comment on FreeBazaar (speaking individually here, not on behalf of the project).

I donated a small but not insignificant amount to it (a few dozen people donating what I did would make it fly). Of course there can be smaller and larger donations. I also told Atrides I would donate more as milestones are achieved.

OpenBazaar may be overhyped, I don't disagree, but on the other hand Monero not only lacks easy integration with all commerce and marketplace tools, but currently has no tools at all of its own. Something that does ecommerce and works with Monero out of the box can be a big help to the coin. MyMonero has added something big for usability on the end user side and work continues to improve the network itself. We also need to be making these steps on the merchant/ecommerce side as well.

Given what Atrides has already accomplished with DwarfPool and MoneroClub, I believe him when he says he is capable of making it usable and useful.
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January 01, 2015, 07:27:56 PM
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Quite frankly, I think OpenBazaar itself is overhyped.

1. Actually, decentralized places are the next revolution level where the markets will climb to.

Now today's platforms (ebay, amazon, alibaba...) dominate, setting their own rules, unprofitable to sellers and buyers. the only thing to do for people is the decentralized way of doing business. OpenBazaar for certain, not overhyped, but the beginning of next time!
especially, because of prohibitions, limits of various countries, departments etc.. such decentralized directions are the natural evolution of trading.

decentralized market is a defence for byuer as well as for seller from the third side.

2. the decentralized platform means a decentralized coin, so that it won't be possible to control from this side as well. Monero is the best, ideal in this conception, better than Bitcoin.
altought, Monero's got disadveantades compared to Bitcoin in its small capitalization, lack of popularity.

3. OpenBazaar itself is not ideal at the moment, in its embryo state from technical side as well as its usability. but with time, with demand and satisfaction, when people will see its benefits, it will be much improved.
OUr goal is creating of a stable secure ground ready for usage.


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January 01, 2015, 08:40:38 PM
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Auction sites and retail markets before and since ebay and amazon failed in large numbers.  Whether any given foray into this domain is a massive success is hard to say.  (Truly massive success is unlikely for an unbiased sample instance from any large space, surely.)  What seems easy to say is that some forays will be massive successes, and may in fact reorganize society around them, in the most extreme feasible cases, much as the Internet is doing.

Disintermediation efficiency is a compelling case for crypto.  Ebay, amazon are themselves exemplars of the roaring success which is achievable by means of providing disintermediation efficiencies, but they merely reduced the friction of commerce by an order of magnitude or so.  Fully decentral markets using crypto have the ability to reduce it by two more orders of magnitude.  99% of 4% adds as much value as 90% of 40%, so I think the case that they will be equally as disruptive as those examplars is a pretty good one.  I am sure they are overhyped in some existing context, but in the larger social context I would say they are massively underhyped relative to their potential -- i.e. excessively discounted.

Further efficiencies beyond that are much less likely to be disruptive, as the remaining free energy in the system is much less than the gains produced by the prior generations, so the decentral markets in crypto numeraire are a likely end-game in the race to zero.

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January 01, 2015, 08:55:14 PM
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Auction sites and retail markets before and since ebay and amazon failed in large numbers.  Whether any given foray into this domain is a massive success is hard to say.  (Truly massive success is unlikely for an unbiased sample instance from any large space, surely.)  What seems easy to say is that some forays will be massive successes, and may in fact reorganize society around them, in the most extreme feasible cases, much as the Internet is doing.

Disintermediation efficiency is a compelling case for crypto.  Ebay, amazon are themselves exemplars of the roaring success which is achievable by means of providing disintermediation efficiencies, but they merely reduced the friction of commerce by an order of magnitude or so.  Fully decentral markets using crypto have the ability to reduce it by two more orders of magnitude.  99% of 4% adds as much value as 90% of 40%, so I think the case that they will be equally as disruptive as those examplars is a pretty good one.  I am sure they are overhyped in some existing context, but in the larger social context I would say they are massively underhyped relative to their potential -- i.e. excessively discounted.

Further efficiencies beyond that are much less likely to be disruptive, as the remaining free energy in the system is much less than the gains produced by the prior generations, so the decentral markets in crypto numeraire are a likely end-game in the race to zero.


Or...people like to sell things without getting caught by the middleman or the police.  Wink

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January 01, 2015, 09:16:37 PM
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OpenBazaar may be overhyped, I don't disagree, but on the other hand Monero not only lacks easy integration with all commerce and marketplace tools, but currently has no tools at all of its own. Something that does ecommerce and works with Monero out of the box can be a big help to the coin. MyMonero has added something big for usability on the end user side and work continues to improve the network itself. We also need to be making these steps on the merchant/ecommerce side as well.

So what is needed for ecommerce integration ?
- php/python code which talk with rpc wallet ?
- qr code generator for making payment easy ? (we dont have wallet wich support qr code yet).
- command line generator for payement ? (like on poloniex for transferring xmr to there)

list is open feel free to fill it Smiley
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January 01, 2015, 09:22:43 PM
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further interest in stealth transactions: http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2r07hu/whats_happening_with_stealth_addresses/
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Or...people like to sell things without getting caught by the middleman or the police.  Wink

That may turn out be true, but also relatively unimportant. Early on you could say the web was the perfect way to distribute porn without being censored by Blockbuster or Walmart, and you would have been correct, but at the same time completely missed the mark.

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Or...people like to sell things without getting caught by the middleman or the police.  Wink

That may turn out be true, but also relatively unimportant. Early on you could say the web was the perfect way to distribute porn without being censored by Blockbuster or Walmart, and you would have been correct, but at the same time completely missed the mark.



You need an early on to get to the later.

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Or...people like to sell things without getting caught by the middleman or the police.  Wink

That may turn out be true, but also relatively unimportant. Early on you could say the web was the perfect way to distribute porn without being censored by Blockbuster or Walmart, and you would have been correct, but at the same time completely missed the mark.



You need an early on to get to the later.

Sure, and porn was indeed an early adopter of the web, including many important scaling technologies that made later uses possible. I'm just saying that the ultimate impact turned out to be much more than porn.
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