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January 23, 2016, 07:01:21 PM
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Could you experiment with the testnet? It's less expensive than to mine blocks on the livenet which get rejected for some reason. There are two active testnet nodes at seed1.orbitcoin.org:25298 and seed2.orbitcoin.org:25298

Start the daemon with debugging on and look at debug.log to see why it rejects them actually.


I'll try some yeah.

Haven't had time to test on testnet, but FWIW, I installed and tested PXC and was able to generate blocks just fine without submitblock enabled.

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January 23, 2016, 07:12:46 PM
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the difficulty shows the growing demand! The benefit is more important for the user. So I can do something with the BTC! One benefit would be 1% POS, compared to 0.5% FED!

but this also,
Bitcoin.com - BitPay Enables 27 Million Ingenico Retailers to Accept Bitcoin
Leading Bitcoin payment processor BitPay has announced their Ingenico Terminal Plugin, allowing enabling thousands of more merchants to accept ...
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/44376-bitcoincom-bitpay-enables-27-million-ingenico-retailers-to-accept-bitcoin/
https://news.bitcoin.com/bitpay-enables-27-million-ingenico-retailers-accept-bitcoin/

and with a free currency? not manipulated by FED or ECB

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January 23, 2016, 07:27:54 PM
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I believe an Algo change, would be best for the BTC ...

Without being long winded..
I disagree

I think multi algo is better ... combine that with POS and then you'll have something that makes sense to me Cool

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January 23, 2016, 07:38:02 PM
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I believe an Algo change, would be best for the BTC ...

Without being long winded..
I disagree

I think multi algo is better ... combine that with POS and then you'll have something that makes sense to me Cool

not only for you and me, for many people in the world with much money
Because there would be a real alternative to the Central Bank System
But the Core's are afraid to lean against this system on!
Well, that's the thought of Satoshi!


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January 23, 2016, 07:47:46 PM
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in honor
Michael Jackson - Heal The World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWf-eARnf6U

be fair
I think it's an anthem for the Bitcoin and all fair Altcoins
I can only hope that the people understand this! But I do not think so

make a better place, for you and for me ...

Heal The World
Make It A Better Place
For You And For Me
And The Entire Human Race
There Are People Dying
If You Care Enough
For The Living
Make A Better Place
For You And For Me

that's true Sad

follow the text

Michael Jackson - Man In The Mirror
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PivWY9wn5ps

We in the Western world, exploit every day, people!
We change it !? now

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January 23, 2016, 07:55:14 PM
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most people do not know this, more!

USA FOR AFRICA - We Are The World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi0RpNSELas

but it's so important
"together as one"
it is not money, it is not riches, it is simply equal opportunities

"We all are a part off"...

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January 23, 2016, 08:04:27 PM
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Freedom and independence are much more important than money! The people in the US should have to know that. The truth is different, unfortunately.

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January 23, 2016, 08:47:52 PM
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We are the world..

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January 23, 2016, 09:07:34 PM
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We are the world..

we are the children...

lol

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January 23, 2016, 09:17:40 PM
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We are the world..

we are the children...

lol

i'm too old for a children, but I can leave a better world Smiley
And get my personal peace!

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January 23, 2016, 09:26:12 PM
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We are the world..

we are the children...

lol
If I have contributed to this comprehension, then I have done everything!
What I could.

to also like the current debate, black or white! How sick!?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2AitTPI5U0


So ghost is the developer and I think he uses ORB in the future, that's befits for ORB!

Coincidence? Or foresight? it seems incredible
Michael Jackson - Stranger In Moscow

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January 24, 2016, 01:13:13 AM
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Could you experiment with the testnet? It's less expensive than to mine blocks on the livenet which get rejected for some reason. There are two active testnet nodes at seed1.orbitcoin.org:25298 and seed2.orbitcoin.org:25298

Start the daemon with debugging on and look at debug.log to see why it rejects them actually.


I'll try some yeah.

Haven't had time to test on testnet, but FWIW, I installed and tested PXC and was able to generate blocks just fine without submitblock enabled.

Not much is even showing up in the orbit logs...

This is the stratum logs (submitblock disabled, txmessages enabled)

20:11:46: ERROR: rpc_do_call: coind:5790 500
20:11:46: ERROR Orbit Invalid mode
20:11:46: *** REJECTED Sad Orbit 4055
20:11:46: block 02000000bca041e0ac111c7290a53767cdcde31898b788fd2134d52f8b3fb2ae0aea09eb2aec96e 168b1e700f4dc2f997817fca507ad2e7cfe94e93911f8adfeb88c7002c624a4563a1b3b1e000dee ea0102000000c624a45601000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000ffffffff1d02d70f062f503253482f04b424a4560881004290000000007a706f6f6c0000 00000140420f0000000000232103e417aed9e859978a89e36a094ce558f9a118efb2f73b76ec2c2 03439720b0d30ac0000000000
20:11:46: --------------------------------------------------------------
20:11:46: submit 95.156.52.70 13700, 00000000, 56A424C6, 4000310B
20:11:46: 1532b6d108d7db7d actual
20:11:46: 3fffc00000000000 target
20:11:46: 3b1b39fffffffe00 coin
20:11:46: ERROR: rpc_do_call: coind:5790 500
20:11:46: ERROR Orbit Invalid mode
20:11:46: *** REJECTED Sad Orbit 4055
20:11:46: block 02000000bca041e0ac111c7290a53767cdcde31898b788fd2134d52f8b3fb2ae0aea09eb8f2f2da f4a982ba4d7dfba8a9b5b492c67880cf691449d3850e9eb7265a670aac624a4563a1b3b1e0b3100 400102000000c624a45601000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000ffffffff1d02d70f062f503253482f04b424a4560881003e47000000007a706f6f6c0000 00000140420f0000000000232103e417aed9e859978a89e36a094ce558f9a118efb2f73b76ec2c2 03439720b0d30ac0000000000
20:11:46: --------------------------------------------------------------
20:11:46: submit 216.48.95.60 13699, 00000000, 56a424ae, 7000d37a
20:11:46: 1b54c9c85f13b9c6 actual
20:11:46: 1fffe00000000000 target
20:11:46: 000053d799000000 coin
20:11:47: submit 71.63.90.121 13700, 00000000, 56a424c6, 4bba1500
20:11:47: 03a8b51380cf45e4 actual
20:11:47: 07fff80000000000 target
20:11:47: 3b1b39fffffffe00 coin
20:11:47: ERROR: rpc_do_call: coind:5790 500
20:11:47: ERROR Orbit Invalid mode
20:11:47: *** REJECTED Sad Orbit 4055
20:11:47: block 02000000bca041e0ac111c7290a53767cdcde31898b788fd2134d52f8b3fb2ae0aea09eb987389b 5f629add128dd2aef8595f72986ad1d380df336d824534a525db337a9c624a4563a1b3b1e0015ba 4b0102000000c624a45601000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000ffffffff1d02d70f062f503253482f04b424a456088100428f000000007a706f6f6c0000 00000140420f0000000000232103e417aed9e859978a89e36a094ce558f9a118efb2f73b76ec2c2 03439720b0d30ac0000000000
20:11:47: --------------------------------------------------------------
20:11:47: submit 71.63.90.121 13700, 00000000, 56a424c6, c0c21300
20:11:47: 05ff5b4c457dbae5 actual
20:11:47: 07fff80000000000 target
20:11:47: 3b1b39fffffffe00 coin
20:11:47: ERROR: rpc_do_call: coind:5790 500
20:11:47: ERROR Orbit Invalid mode
20:11:47: *** REJECTED Sad Orbit 4055
20:11:47: block 02000000bca041e0ac111c7290a53767cdcde31898b788fd2134d52f8b3fb2ae0aea09eb2aec96e 168b1e700f4dc2f997817fca507ad2e7cfe94e93911f8adfeb88c7002c624a4563a1b3b1e0013c2 c00102000000c624a45601000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000ffffffff1d02d70f062f503253482f04b424a4560881004290000000007a706f6f6c0000 00000140420f0000000000232103e417aed9e859978a89e36a094ce558f9a118efb2f73b76ec2c2 03439720b0d30ac0000000000
20:11:47: --------------------------------------------------------------

orbitcoind -debug

01/24/16 01:11:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:15 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getdifficulty
01/24/16 01:11:16 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:16 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:17 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:17 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:17 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:11:47 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:47 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:47 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:12:17 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:12:17 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:12:17 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:12:48 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:12:48 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:12:48 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:13:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:13:15 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getdifficulty
01/24/16 01:13:19 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:13:19 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:19 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions

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January 24, 2016, 02:28:01 AM
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ghost read this
https://github.com/luke-jr/bitcoin/commit/8d3a84c242598ef3cdc733e99dddebfecdad84a6
edit: https://bitco.in/forum/threads/buip015-decentralize-mining-with-the-fair-pow-algorithm-and-an-user-configurable-pow-setting.809/

edit: https://github.com/bitcoinclassic/bitcoinclassic/pull/6 "This solves mining centralisation by enabling GPU miners to be the leading-edge again. (Hopefully the next generation of ASIC miners will have learned their lesson, so we don't need to do this again.)" Grin

so why not neoscrypt?

I guess Luke is trolling them with this PoW change patch. There is no chance those people behind Classic approve something like this. However if their fork succeeds which is possible, Luke may re-use this patch for Core Smiley

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January 24, 2016, 03:00:29 AM
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orbitcoind -debug

01/24/16 01:11:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:15 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getdifficulty
01/24/16 01:11:16 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:16 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:17 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:17 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:17 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:11:47 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:47 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:47 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:12:17 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:12:17 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:12:17 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:12:48 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:12:48 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:12:48 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:13:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:13:15 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getdifficulty
01/24/16 01:13:19 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:13:19 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:19 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions

There are getinfo, getdifficulty and listtransactions. Where are getblocktemplate or submitblock? If the daemon doesn't report them in debug.log, must be something wrong with the call syntax or endianness. Your pool also reports invalid mode. If it works for PXC which has no TX messages, disable them.

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orbitcoind -debug

01/24/16 01:11:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:15 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getdifficulty
01/24/16 01:11:16 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:16 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:17 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:17 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:17 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:11:47 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:11:47 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:11:47 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:12:17 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:12:17 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:12:17 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:12:48 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:12:48 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:12:48 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:13:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:13:15 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:15 ThreadRPCServer method=getdifficulty
01/24/16 01:13:19 ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
01/24/16 01:13:19 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:19 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions

There are getinfo, getdifficulty and listtransactions. Where are getblocktemplate or submitblock? If the daemon doesn't report them in debug.log, must be something wrong with the call syntax or endianness. Your pool also reports invalid mode. If it works for PXC which has no TX messages, disable them.


You said not to use submitblock...

But here it is, the same as it does on mainnet.

01/24/16 01:13:49 keypool return 3
01/24/16 01:13:49 ThreadRPCServer method=listtransactions
01/24/16 01:14:24 ThreadRPCServer method=submitblock
01/24/16 01:14:24

******* exception encountered *******
orbitcoind[0x524e0b]
orbitcoind[0x41fa8c]
orbitcoind[0x423078]
orbitcoind[0x47680f]
orbitcoind[0x4995e1]
orbitcoind[0x49e9d1]
orbitcoind[0x4e6c04]
orbitcoind[0x4b6a85]
orbitcoind[0x4b9f4a]
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libboost_thread.so.1.54.0(+0xba4a)[0x7f503a159a4a]
/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0(+0x8182)[0x7f5039357182]
/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(clone+0x6d)[0x7f503886447d]
01/24/16 01:14:32 ThreadRPCServer method=submitblock
01/24/16 01:14:32


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January 24, 2016, 03:39:05 AM
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is gbt supposed to return something?

$ orbitcoind getblocktemplate
error: {"code":-1,"message":"getblocktemplate [params]\nReturns data needed to construct a block to work on:\n  \"version\" : block version\n  \"previousblockhash\" : hash of current highest block\n  \"transactions\" : contents of non-coinbase transactions that should be included in the next block\n  \"coinbaseaux\" : data that should be included in coinbase\n  \"coinbasevalue\" : maximum allowable input to coinbase transaction, including the generation award and transaction fees\n  \"target\" : hash target\n  \"mintime\" : minimum timestamp appropriate for next block\n  \"curtime\" : current timestamp\n  \"mutable\" : list of ways the block template may be changed\n  \"noncerange\" : range of valid nonces\n  \"sigoplimit\" : limit of sigops in blocks\n  \"sizelimit\" : limit of block size\n  \"bits\" : compressed target of next block\n  \"height\" : height of the next block\nSee https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0022 for full specification."}

same output from gbt on phoenix but it find blocks...


07:55:38: delay rpc_call coind:3070 getblocktemplate in 2057 ms
07:55:38: *** ACCEPTED Phoenixcoin 912122
07:55:38: --------------------------------------------------------------
07:55:38: hash1 a0955803273dbb89ae34036aebf5a96d22e057feb3e519cc407edd919a591274
07:55:38: hash2 000000074fa2b41019ae42ff6a5846bb491c70ffad7025d37963cf6d6164dc6b

everything else I run gets a proper gbt output...

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07:55:38: delay rpc_call coind:3070 getblocktemplate in 2057 ms
07:55:38: *** ACCEPTED Phoenixcoin 912122
07:55:38: --------------------------------------------------------------
07:55:38: hash1 a0955803273dbb89ae34036aebf5a96d22e057feb3e519cc407edd919a591274
07:55:38: hash2 000000074fa2b41019ae42ff6a5846bb491c70ffad7025d37963cf6d6164dc6b

everything else I run gets a proper gbt output...

Could you try HAL? It has no TX messaging, otherwise quite similar to ORB in what comes to NeoScrypt. Block hash is also BLAKE2s while PXC employs SHA-256d, though I doubt it matters in this case.

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ghost read this
https://github.com/luke-jr/bitcoin/commit/8d3a84c242598ef3cdc733e99dddebfecdad84a6
edit: https://bitco.in/forum/threads/buip015-decentralize-mining-with-the-fair-pow-algorithm-and-an-user-configurable-pow-setting.809/

edit: https://github.com/bitcoinclassic/bitcoinclassic/pull/6 "This solves mining centralisation by enabling GPU miners to be the leading-edge again. (Hopefully the next generation of ASIC miners will have learned their lesson, so we don't need to do this again.)" Grin

so why not neoscrypt?

I guess Luke is trolling them with this PoW change patch. There is no chance those people behind Classic approve something like this. However if their fork succeeds which is possible, Luke may re-use this patch for Core Smiley


yes, but it is a good option for more democracy in Bicoin



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and https://www.ipominer.com/ too

OrbitCoin (ORB) stratum+tcp://pool.ipominer.com:4403

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07:55:38: delay rpc_call coind:3070 getblocktemplate in 2057 ms
07:55:38: *** ACCEPTED Phoenixcoin 912122
07:55:38: --------------------------------------------------------------
07:55:38: hash1 a0955803273dbb89ae34036aebf5a96d22e057feb3e519cc407edd919a591274
07:55:38: hash2 000000074fa2b41019ae42ff6a5846bb491c70ffad7025d37963cf6d6164dc6b

everything else I run gets a proper gbt output...

Could you try HAL? It has no TX messaging, otherwise quite similar to ORB in what comes to NeoScrypt. Block hash is also BLAKE2s while PXC employs SHA-256d, though I doubt it matters in this case.

I'll give it A try too and let you know.

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