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September 16, 2016, 09:19:08 PM
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Nice Exchange.
Lots of trading pairs  Smiley
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September 17, 2016, 03:22:02 AM
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www.crypto-trade.net

US Dollar (USD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Euro (EUR) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Russian Ruble (RUB) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
British Pound (GBP) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Japanese Yen (JPY) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Swiss Franc (CHF) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Canadian Dollar (CAD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Chinese Yuan (CNY) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Australian Dollar (AUD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Bitcoin (BTC) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Dashcoin (DASH) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Dogecoin (DOGE) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Feathercoin (FTC) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)

I would be very cautious using this exchange.
Minimal precautions to be taken:
0. use a VPN - while most free VPN solutions are limited either in speed/reliability, anonymity and/or security, in case of a scam (or other illegitimate action from the site operators) your private details will be more protected;
1. use a "throw away" e-mail account for registration, using an alias instead of your real name (be sure to have control of that said e-mail address);
2. DO NOT use your main bank account(s) or primary crypto-currency wallet(s) - while opening a fiat account with a bank requires quite a lot of personal data (and some fees), having a separate "trading" account with only the limited necessary funds for trading makes it harder for a malicious operator to "burn" you (as for the crypto-wallets: create a virtual machine and install new wallets there, then add coins using as many precautions you can think of);
3. DO NOT keep funds that you can't afford to lose in the exchange and or fiat account(s) related to it - history is a great learning resource Wink;
4. keep in mind that if something looks too good to be true, it probably is...

Having reminded potential users of this (new) exchange about common sense, let me ramble about some findings of other forum user:
* hero user cryptodevil posts: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.msg16226855#msg16226855
  - at the time of this writing, entering "crypto-trade.net" in the address bar of my Firefox browser redirects me to a https page, but on "default configured" Chromium (NOT Chrome) it stays on the insecure http... unless I enter "https://" before the name... beware of local browser configurations!
  - the security (SSL) certificate belongs to CloudFlare, it is valid for about 6 months and is issued only for certifying server and client, apart from standard cloudflare info about the server, nothing relates only to the site itself or to the owner of the site (it was issued for multiple DNS names) - compare that to bitcointalk's certificate Wink;
* hero user cryptodevil posts: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.msg16232650#msg16232650
  - "Email:a2terminator@mail.ru" well, now I feel confident Cheesy </sarcasm>
  - subsequent replies are decent, but not convincing.
* https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.msg16234185#msg16234185
  - Kazakhstan... KYC and AML... payment providers... oh, well...

Orbitcoin (ORB) -- oRMG7Fdft6YiQbn9p9rZpo8VNab9gU3bv4 , OKcash (OK) -- PTiT97X9GkxESiWnpAHA5j46Wb7wz9zdTu ,
Europecoin (ERC) v3 -- EJZwagsubfxn1xeB4JmztAWitgTPty3FzN , BitSend (BSD) -- iMYtWqD3pPVcV4yo9okrN7gixvQ3nRYRnz
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September 17, 2016, 11:06:40 AM
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I've pushed the v1.6.0.0 code to GitHub two days ago.

https://github.com/ghostlander/Orbitcoin/commit/fd37b73f527ef3588f07466b92d2af243dd1c7ed

It's almost complete. There will be one more patch before tagging this release. I'm adding the BIP65 support (Lock Time) which redefines OP_NOP2 to OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY. It marks a transaction output unspendable until a future time stamp or block height. Useful for escrow together with multisig.

The only delay with this patch is unit tests to make sure everything works as it should. There are some differences between ORB and BTC transactions, so I cannot copy-paste their unit tests. They need to be modified.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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September 17, 2016, 12:00:44 PM
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Great! Unfortunately, I will have to wait the final patch, as my available time is very restricted and I can't beta-test the client.

Orbitcoin (ORB) -- oRMG7Fdft6YiQbn9p9rZpo8VNab9gU3bv4 , OKcash (OK) -- PTiT97X9GkxESiWnpAHA5j46Wb7wz9zdTu ,
Europecoin (ERC) v3 -- EJZwagsubfxn1xeB4JmztAWitgTPty3FzN , BitSend (BSD) -- iMYtWqD3pPVcV4yo9okrN7gixvQ3nRYRnz
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September 17, 2016, 01:06:01 PM
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"version" : "v1.5.1.1-orb-2-gfd37b73",
"protocolversion" : 60016,

Is this the latest 'test' version?

I'm running it now...
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September 17, 2016, 01:43:23 PM
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www.crypto-trade.net

US Dollar (USD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Euro (EUR) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Russian Ruble (RUB) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
British Pound (GBP) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Japanese Yen (JPY) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Swiss Franc (CHF) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Canadian Dollar (CAD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Chinese Yuan (CNY) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Australian Dollar (AUD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Bitcoin (BTC) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Dashcoin (DASH) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Dogecoin (DOGE) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)
Feathercoin (FTC) - Available: 0.0 (Status: OK)

I would be very cautious using this exchange.
Minimal precautions to be taken:
0. use a VPN - while most free VPN solutions are limited either in speed/reliability, anonymity and/or security, in case of a scam (or other illegitimate action from the site operators) your private details will be more protected;
1. use a "throw away" e-mail account for registration, using an alias instead of your real name (be sure to have control of that said e-mail address);
2. DO NOT use your main bank account(s) or primary crypto-currency wallet(s) - while opening a fiat account with a bank requires quite a lot of personal data (and some fees), having a separate "trading" account with only the limited necessary funds for trading makes it harder for a malicious operator to "burn" you (as for the crypto-wallets: create a virtual machine and install new wallets there, then add coins using as many precautions you can think of);
3. DO NOT keep funds that you can't afford to lose in the exchange and or fiat account(s) related to it - history is a great learning resource Wink;
4. keep in mind that if something looks too good to be true, it probably is...

Having reminded potential users of this (new) exchange about common sense, let me ramble about some findings of other forum user:
* hero user cryptodevil posts: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.msg16226855#msg16226855
  - at the time of this writing, entering "crypto-trade.net" in the address bar of my Firefox browser redirects me to a https page, but on "default configured" Chromium (NOT Chrome) it stays on the insecure http... unless I enter "https://" before the name... beware of local browser configurations!
  - the security (SSL) certificate belongs to CloudFlare, it is valid for about 6 months and is issued only for certifying server and client, apart from standard cloudflare info about the server, nothing relates only to the site itself or to the owner of the site (it was issued for multiple DNS names) - compare that to bitcointalk's certificate Wink;
* hero user cryptodevil posts: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.msg16232650#msg16232650
  - "Email:a2terminator@mail.ru" well, now I feel confident Cheesy </sarcasm>
  - subsequent replies are decent, but not convincing.
* https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.msg16234185#msg16234185
  - Kazakhstan... KYC and AML... payment providers... oh, well...

ok thanks

Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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September 17, 2016, 01:44:16 PM
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I've pushed the v1.6.0.0 code to GitHub two days ago.

https://github.com/ghostlander/Orbitcoin/commit/fd37b73f527ef3588f07466b92d2af243dd1c7ed

It's almost complete. There will be one more patch before tagging this release. I'm adding the BIP65 support (Lock Time) which redefines OP_NOP2 to OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY. It marks a transaction output unspendable until a future time stamp or block height. Useful for escrow together with multisig.

The only delay with this patch is unit tests to make sure everything works as it should. There are some differences between ORB and BTC transactions, so I cannot copy-paste their unit tests. They need to be modified.


thanks too

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September 18, 2016, 03:55:49 AM
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Just found this article:
https://coincurrencynews.com/2016/09/15/orb-orbitcoin-spins-upward/
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September 18, 2016, 05:24:08 PM
Last edit: September 19, 2016, 09:11:23 AM by Mario241077
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oh nice, my main PC was crashed ..

so Win10 update killed my system, 2 wallet's are off .. happy staking guy's  

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September 18, 2016, 08:22:38 PM
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oh nice my main PC was crashed ..

so Win10 update killed my system, 2 wallet's are of.. happy staking guy's 
So, that's why I staked 4 times today Cheesy
Btw, I use Linux Wink

Orbitcoin (ORB) -- oRMG7Fdft6YiQbn9p9rZpo8VNab9gU3bv4 , OKcash (OK) -- PTiT97X9GkxESiWnpAHA5j46Wb7wz9zdTu ,
Europecoin (ERC) v3 -- EJZwagsubfxn1xeB4JmztAWitgTPty3FzN , BitSend (BSD) -- iMYtWqD3pPVcV4yo9okrN7gixvQ3nRYRnz
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September 19, 2016, 01:03:48 AM
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I've pushed the v1.6.0.0 code to GitHub two days ago.

https://github.com/ghostlander/Orbitcoin/commit/fd37b73f527ef3588f07466b92d2af243dd1c7ed

It's almost complete. There will be one more patch before tagging this release. I'm adding the BIP65 support (Lock Time) which redefines OP_NOP2 to OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY. It marks a transaction output unspendable until a future time stamp or block height. Useful for escrow together with multisig.

The only delay with this patch is unit tests to make sure everything works as it should. There are some differences between ORB and BTC transactions, so I cannot copy-paste their unit tests. They need to be modified.


So, hard fork coming up?
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September 19, 2016, 09:59:19 AM
Last edit: September 20, 2016, 06:41:03 AM by Mario241077
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Orbitcoin ORB (Cryptopia) 0.00012969 489 298737 35  245  484  -12.31%  -12%  +36.52%  +36.11%  +62.21%  +69.82%  +88.56%  +70.18%  -23.36%  +12.6% year against BTC  +67.34% against USD Wink +143.7%

http://www.alt19.com/

there is still "space" for improvement

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September 19, 2016, 10:08:08 AM
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nice ... https://www.bitco-international.com/coin_market.php

https://www.cryptocompare.com/coins/orb/overview/BTC

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September 19, 2016, 11:05:18 AM
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nice too

http://www.blockchainstats.org/altcoin-market-data/orbitcoin-market-data/

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September 19, 2016, 12:48:01 PM
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hehe and nice

http://saldigi.info/coin/ORB

http://sur.ly/i/orbitcoin.org/


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September 19, 2016, 09:39:58 PM
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Orbitcoin v1.6.0.0 is ready for release. BIP65 and BIP66 will be mandatory after the hard fork for all blocks and payments (BIP66 is forced on mempool only right now by v1.5.1.x clients). Those who compile from source can pull the code from GitHub. Binaries will be available tomorrow. The hard fork deadline is in 8 days.

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September 20, 2016, 03:48:41 AM
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Orbitcoin v1.6.0.0 is ready for release. BIP65 and BIP66 will be mandatory after the hard fork for all blocks and payments (BIP66 is forced on mempool only right now by v1.5.1.x clients). Those who compile from source can pull the code from GitHub. Binaries will be available tomorrow. The hard fork deadline is in 8 days.


That's a good news...Can we just copy the existing 'data' folder to the new one without syncing again?
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September 20, 2016, 05:01:53 AM
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Orbitcoin v1.6.0.0 is ready for release. BIP65 and BIP66 will be mandatory after the hard fork for all blocks and payments (BIP66 is forced on mempool only right now by v1.5.1.x clients). Those who compile from source can pull the code from GitHub. Binaries will be available tomorrow. The hard fork deadline is in 8 days.


That's a good news...Can we just copy the existing 'data' folder to the new one without syncing again?

Worked for me - freshly compiled daemon started as per usual, no reindexing or syncing.

I do think 8 days notice for a non urgent hard fork is a little too short.
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September 20, 2016, 05:38:02 AM
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Orbitcoin v1.6.0.0 is ready for release. BIP65 and BIP66 will be mandatory after the hard fork for all blocks and payments (BIP66 is forced on mempool only right now by v1.5.1.x clients). Those who compile from source can pull the code from GitHub. Binaries will be available tomorrow. The hard fork deadline is in 8 days.


That's a good news...Can we just copy the existing 'data' folder to the new one without syncing again?

Worked for me - freshly compiled daemon started as per usual, no reindexing or syncing.

I do think 8 days notice for a non urgent hard fork is a little too short.

Well, 8 days is when the block #2 million is expected. I admit a bit more upgrade time could be available without the support for BIP65, but I guess it's worth the wait. We want to keep up with the existing inflation model, do we? That's how our specification for block rewards and coin supply looks like:

block height 2000001 to 2500000 reward 1.000000 ORB (coin supply 3275012.279225 ORB)
block height 2500001 to 3000000 reward 0.500000 ORB (coin supply 3525012.279225 ORB)
block height 3000001 to 3500000 reward 0.250000 ORB (coin supply 3650012.279225 ORB)
block height 3500001 to 4000000 reward 0.125000 ORB (coin supply 3712512.279225 ORB)
block height 4000001 to 4500000 reward 0.062500 ORB (coin supply 3743762.279225 ORB)
block height 4500001 to 5000000 reward 0.031250 ORB (coin supply 3759387.279225 ORB)
block height 5000001 to 5500000 reward 0.015625 ORB (coin supply 3767199.779225 ORB)
block height 5500001 to 6000000 reward 0.007812 ORB (coin supply 3771105.779225 ORB)
block height 6000001 to 6500000 reward 0.003906 ORB (coin supply 3773058.779225 ORB)
block height 6500001 to 7000000 reward 0.001953 ORB (coin supply 3774035.279225 ORB)
block height 7000001 to 7500000 reward 0.000976 ORB (coin supply 3774523.279225 ORB)
block height 7500001 to 8000000 reward 0.000488 ORB (coin supply 3774767.279225 ORB)
block height 8000001 to 8500000 reward 0.000244 ORB (coin supply 3774889.279225 ORB)
block height 8500001 to 9000000 reward 0.000122 ORB (coin supply 3774950.279225 ORB)
block height 9000001 to 9500000 reward 0.000061 ORB (coin supply 3774980.779225 ORB)
block height 9500001 to 10000000 reward 0.000030 ORB (coin supply 3774995.779225 ORB)
block height 10000001 to 10500000 reward 0.000015 ORB (coin supply 3775003.279225 ORB)
block height 10500001 to 11000000 reward 0.000007 ORB (coin supply 3775006.779225 ORB)
block height 11000001 to 11500000 reward 0.000003 ORB (coin supply 3775008.279225 ORB)
block height 11500001 to 12000000 reward 0.000001 ORB (coin supply 3775008.779225 ORB)

1 million ORBs for the next 10 million blocks taking about 38 years. The grand total is 3.77 million coins.

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September 20, 2016, 05:54:13 AM
Last edit: September 20, 2016, 11:39:00 AM by Mario241077
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You want the first halve after the 2.5 million block? was is not after 2 mio mined blocks?  Huh

why not a longer lifetime?

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