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August 17, 2014, 02:37:30 AM
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So what up with IRC? I need SSL to join? WTH is that? I was just there yesterday no problems and I can join other chans....

I noticed that too.. wanted to join the channel but

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August 18, 2014, 04:20:42 AM
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What version do we need in order to stake? I'm on 1.3.0 and don't see the icon or any notices about minting... and it looks like (based on the first post here) that I'm on the latest version.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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August 18, 2014, 08:06:59 PM
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So what up with IRC? I need SSL to join? WTH is that? I was just there yesterday no problems and I can join other chans....

I'm not entirely sure, though I've heard multiple reports of this issue. Are you using a registered username? If so, are you signing in *before* joining the channel? I'm able to join perfectly fine on webchat.freenode.net, but I've been told of a few instances of this happening...

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August 18, 2014, 08:10:34 PM
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So what up with IRC? I need SSL to join? WTH is that? I was just there yesterday no problems and I can join other chans....

I'm not entirely sure, though I've heard multiple reports of this issue. Are you using a registered username? If so, are you signing in *before* joining the channel? I'm able to join perfectly fine on webchat.freenode.net, but I've been told of a few instances of this happening...

signing in was the issue....  irc had given me the 'nick_' user, so i was trying to go to chanel with an unregistered nick

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August 18, 2014, 11:09:27 PM
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So what up with IRC? I need SSL to join? WTH is that? I was just there yesterday no problems and I can join other chans....

I'm not entirely sure, though I've heard multiple reports of this issue. Are you using a registered username? If so, are you signing in *before* joining the channel? I'm able to join perfectly fine on webchat.freenode.net, but I've been told of a few instances of this happening...

signing in was the issue....  irc had given me the 'nick_' user, so i was trying to go to chanel with an unregistered nick

Uggg now I have to re register. I been lazy and have not set up the auto join with the auto Ident yet lol.....

Guess Ill give that a go again... bit rusty and hope I recall the password.

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August 18, 2014, 11:51:33 PM
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What version do we need in order to stake? I'm on 1.3.0 and don't see the icon or any notices about minting... and it looks like (based on the first post here) that I'm on the latest version.

v0.1.3.0 Should work perfectly fine, coins take 30 days to mature before being eligible for PoS mining Smiley

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August 19, 2014, 08:46:48 AM
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What version do we need in order to stake? I'm on 1.3.0 and don't see the icon or any notices about minting... and it looks like (based on the first post here) that I'm on the latest version.

v0.1.3.0 Should work perfectly fine, coins take 30 days to mature before being eligible for PoS mining Smiley

Shouldn't there be an icon that shows the minting status though? My client doesn't show this so I'm not sure how to tell if it's even trying to mint...


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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August 19, 2014, 10:05:16 PM
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What version do we need in order to stake? I'm on 1.3.0 and don't see the icon or any notices about minting... and it looks like (based on the first post here) that I'm on the latest version.

v0.1.3.0 Should work perfectly fine, coins take 30 days to mature before being eligible for PoS mining Smiley

Shouldn't there be an icon that shows the minting status though? My client doesn't show this so I'm not sure how to tell if it's even trying to mint...

Nope, no icon to indicate any mining, if your wallet is unlocked, everything happens in the background.

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August 20, 2014, 05:47:06 PM
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No payments today? What up?

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August 20, 2014, 09:56:26 PM
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No payments today? What up?

Same here... nothing from the 19th..... nor the 20th ( but I dont think payments went out yet from the 20th... usually late at night where I live )

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August 21, 2014, 09:29:23 PM
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No payments today? What up?

Same here... nothing from the 19th..... nor the 20th ( but I dont think payments went out yet from the 20th... usually late at night where I live )

Hmm, that's very odd. My stats collection/sorting server ran fine yesterday, I'll ping Josh and see what his side is doing!

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August 22, 2014, 07:23:19 AM
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Is there something wrong with the blockchain? Ive transfered some funds from poloniex to bittrex. Poloniex stetes the transfer as completed, yet nothing is pending at bittrex. The blockchain explorer doesnt find trx id and the transaction is not visible under my recieving Wallet Address....solved
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August 22, 2014, 08:40:36 PM
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No payments today? What up?

Same here... nothing from the 19th..... nor the 20th ( but I dont think payments went out yet from the 20th... usually late at night where I live )

Hmm, that's very odd. My stats collection/sorting server ran fine yesterday, I'll ping Josh and see what his side is doing!

I went back and checked my transaction logs and it appears I also did not receive a payment for August 19th.  I did receive a payment for the 20th at the regular time though but it wasn't any larger than normal so it would appear something did happen to the August 19th payment for some of us.
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August 23, 2014, 02:50:14 AM
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No payments today? What up?

Same here... nothing from the 19th..... nor the 20th ( but I dont think payments went out yet from the 20th... usually late at night where I live )

Hmm, that's very odd. My stats collection/sorting server ran fine yesterday, I'll ping Josh and see what his side is doing!

I went back and checked my transaction logs and it appears I also did not receive a payment for August 19th.  I did receive a payment for the 20th at the regular time though but it wasn't any larger than normal so it would appear something did happen to the August 19th payment for some of us.

Yeah, since the server runs near midnight, sometimes two transactions appear in one day, 23 hours and some odd minutes apart. However, it does look like there was a day skipped in payouts, which coincided with some stats issues stanford-side. Josh is looking into a fair way to distribute those days' coins. Smiley

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August 23, 2014, 09:22:32 AM
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No payments today? What up?

Same here... nothing from the 19th..... nor the 20th ( but I dont think payments went out yet from the 20th... usually late at night where I live )

Hmm, that's very odd. My stats collection/sorting server ran fine yesterday, I'll ping Josh and see what his side is doing!

I went back and checked my transaction logs and it appears I also did not receive a payment for August 19th.  I did receive a payment for the 20th at the regular time though but it wasn't any larger than normal so it would appear something did happen to the August 19th payment for some of us.

Yeah, since the server runs near midnight, sometimes two transactions appear in one day, 23 hours and some odd minutes apart. However, it does look like there was a day skipped in payouts, which coincided with some stats issues stanford-side. Josh is looking into a fair way to distribute those days' coins. Smiley

Thanks for the update!
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August 24, 2014, 04:47:03 PM
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Hi,

I believe a few things need to be done in order to attract more folders:

1) Marketing the Idea out there; Reddit, Wikipedia, Youtube, Facebook etc. (How did Doge coin do?)
2) Lets try to recruit people from other Folding@home team. surely their is forums etc where we can write
3) We need a better Logo.
4) We need "Quality" media interest please write to Coindesk (I already did)
5) We need the ability to spend the coins. I.e shops, gambling etc.
6) Dev. be innovative and work with trezor wallet

Will Curecoin 2.0 resolve the issue of premine coin and miss allocation of coins?

We need a decentralized coin...

I hope the dev team is serious because otherwise this coin will die after the launch of curecoin 2.0

thanks,
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August 24, 2014, 09:39:33 PM
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2) Lets try to recruit people from other Folding@home team. surely their is forums etc where we can write
5) We need the ability to spend the coins. I.e shops, gambling etc.

Ad 2) that would be an mistake when too aggressive done. Perceived as unfriendly. Plus to my understanding the original goal of the coin was to attract new folders from the mining area reuse their now mining-inefficient hardware for something better. Moving resources from one team to another not helping the project is it not increasing resources. I'm an example of those: I switching between my home team and CC. No gain for the project, only "pain" for me to change config.

Ad 5) spending coin would be nice. But gambling will scare people off from. Those interested in science and folding could be turned away when they see CC is only good for gambling or XXX content.
That said I would be happy to spend my few CC on Amazon to buy new gadgets or other parts. Or reinvest in cloud computing.

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August 25, 2014, 03:22:49 AM
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Hi,

I believe a few things need to be done in order to attract more folders:

1) Marketing the Idea out there; Reddit, Wikipedia, Youtube, Facebook etc. (How did Doge coin do?)
2) Lets try to recruit people from other Folding@home team. surely their is forums etc where we can write
3) We need a better Logo.
4) We need "Quality" media interest please write to Coindesk (I already did)
5) We need the ability to spend the coins. I.e shops, gambling etc.
6) Dev. be innovative and work with trezor wallet

Will Curecoin 2.0 resolve the issue of premine coin and miss allocation of coins?

We need a decentralized coin...

I hope the dev team is serious because otherwise this coin will die after the launch of curecoin 2.0

thanks,


Yup, Jake and Curtis are working through a large pile of media contacts. We are holding off on massive marketing for the time being though, as this project hasn't yet hit its full technological potential.

As for logos, we had a logo competition a while ago which resulted in the current logo designed by Carp which we are using, the voting for the logo ended up being easily cheated.

The goal is to have Curecoins spendable through a variety of coin payment processors, however we don't want to build too many services around the old codebase, to minimize potential issues when moving over to cc2.0.

I have a more in-depth blog post over at http://curecoinfolding.com/progress-updates-p2p-networking/ from this morning, detailing our progress thus far. To summarize, cc2.0 will remove the folding premine, and switch the dev funds over to a block subsidy system. Instead, the payouts will be issued by the network based on certificates signed by computational research facilities, mostly universities.

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August 25, 2014, 04:56:37 AM
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Hi,

I believe a few things need to be done in order to attract more folders:

1) Marketing the Idea out there; Reddit, Wikipedia, Youtube, Facebook etc. (How did Doge coin do?)
2) Lets try to recruit people from other Folding@home team. surely their is forums etc where we can write
3) We need a better Logo.
4) We need "Quality" media interest please write to Coindesk (I already did)
5) We need the ability to spend the coins. I.e shops, gambling etc.
6) Dev. be innovative and work with trezor wallet

Will Curecoin 2.0 resolve the issue of premine coin and miss allocation of coins?

We need a decentralized coin...

I hope the dev team is serious because otherwise this coin will die after the launch of curecoin 2.0

thanks,


Yup, Jake and Curtis are working through a large pile of media contacts. We are holding off on massive marketing for the time being though, as this project hasn't yet hit its full technological potential.

As for logos, we had a logo competition a while ago which resulted in the current logo designed by Carp which we are using, the voting for the logo ended up being easily cheated.

The goal is to have Curecoins spendable through a variety of coin payment processors, however we don't want to build too many services around the old codebase, to minimize potential issues when moving over to cc2.0.

I have a more in-depth blog post over at http://curecoinfolding.com/progress-updates-p2p-networking/ from this morning, detailing our progress thus far. To summarize, cc2.0 will remove the folding premine, and switch the dev funds over to a block subsidy system. Instead, the payouts will be issued by the network based on certificates signed by computational research facilities, mostly universities.

Thanks for the link to the in-depth blog post regarding cc2.0!  I just read it and I have to say I really like what the team is doing and the direction the project is going!  In the mean time I'll just keep on folding.   Grin
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August 25, 2014, 09:49:36 AM
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Hi,

I believe a few things need to be done in order to attract more folders:

1) Marketing the Idea out there; Reddit, Wikipedia, Youtube, Facebook etc. (How did Doge coin do?)
2) Lets try to recruit people from other Folding@home team. surely their is forums etc where we can write
3) We need a better Logo.
4) We need "Quality" media interest please write to Coindesk (I already did)
5) We need the ability to spend the coins. I.e shops, gambling etc.
6) Dev. be innovative and work with trezor wallet

Will Curecoin 2.0 resolve the issue of premine coin and miss allocation of coins?

We need a decentralized coin...

I hope the dev team is serious because otherwise this coin will die after the launch of curecoin 2.0

thanks,


Yup, Jake and Curtis are working through a large pile of media contacts. We are holding off on massive marketing for the time being though, as this project hasn't yet hit its full technological potential.

As for logos, we had a logo competition a while ago which resulted in the current logo designed by Carp which we are using, the voting for the logo ended up being easily cheated.

The goal is to have Curecoins spendable through a variety of coin payment processors, however we don't want to build too many services around the old codebase, to minimize potential issues when moving over to cc2.0.

I have a more in-depth blog post over at http://curecoinfolding.com/progress-updates-p2p-networking/ from this morning, detailing our progress thus far. To summarize, cc2.0 will remove the folding premine, and switch the dev funds over to a block subsidy system. Instead, the payouts will be issued by the network based on certificates signed by computational research facilities, mostly universities.

Impressive... Good work Wink

Any kind of time line for CC 2.0 launch?
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