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June 22, 2015, 09:26:27 PM
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can someone help me ?

don't know if I'm doing something wrong

Code:
C:\dev\coins\i0coin\0.8.6-1\win32\daemon>i0coind.exe importprivkey thesuperextendstringkey "djswallet-address" true
error: couldn't connect to server

C:\dev\coins\i0coin\0.8.6-1\win32\daemon>

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June 25, 2015, 02:47:04 PM
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can someone help me ?

don't know if I'm doing something wrong

Code:
C:\dev\coins\i0coin\0.8.6-1\win32\daemon>i0coind.exe importprivkey thesuperextendstringkey "djswallet-address" true
error: couldn't connect to server

C:\dev\coins\i0coin\0.8.6-1\win32\daemon>

i haven't used djswallet 
looks like site is down

the question is if keys are stored locally on you computer or on server
if on server you probably can't recover them
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June 25, 2015, 02:53:50 PM
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Maybe we need a new exchange

yes!
an asian exchange would be great
its a big market

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June 26, 2015, 05:57:24 PM
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Maybe we need a new exchange

yes!
an asian exchange would be great
its a big market



i0coin has 99 votes already at https://bter.com/voting

Needs a lot more to get listed.


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June 26, 2015, 09:29:20 PM
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can someone help me ?

don't know if I'm doing something wrong

Code:
C:\dev\coins\i0coin\0.8.6-1\win32\daemon>i0coind.exe importprivkey thesuperextendstringkey "djswallet-address" true
error: couldn't connect to server

C:\dev\coins\i0coin\0.8.6-1\win32\daemon>

i haven't used djswallet 
looks like site is down

the question is if keys are stored locally on you computer or on server
if on server you probably can't recover them


I have a filed named i0coin-djswallet-keys.private, it is a ascii file with the following inside
BIP32 Public Key:
thelongstringhere

BIP32 Private Key:
theotherlongstringhere


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July 03, 2015, 03:17:29 AM
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Bummer man
Comkort is closing  https://comkort.com/
i0coin lost another exchange
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July 08, 2015, 03:27:44 AM
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I submitted a request to Bittrex to add i0coin to their exchange. 

they don't have voting, so it would be very beneficial the more i0coin supporters who will also request that i0coin be added. 

please contact them at support@bittrex.com

additional info can be found here
https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-02-28-15


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July 11, 2015, 05:33:32 PM
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Express your support for i0coin at the following Bittrex links to get us added to the exchange!!!

https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#Bittrex
https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=492758.0

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July 11, 2015, 06:53:08 PM
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Fast block times make for a great platform for financial extensions like Colored Coins, Counterparty, and Mastercoin.  I0coin's lower price means it can support smart contracts and smart assets for a much lower cost than Bitcoin.

^from the op


Does the current i0coin codebase support these types of transactions?

IE: from what I understand ixcoin 9.x can support the op_return being used to run a Colored Coins, Counterparty, and Mastercoin type of system however the bulk of the hashrate from cex and the other main pool are still running on 3.x something so this feature cant be used.

I noticed i0coin is at 8.x, which I believe means that you also can't run counterparty on this.

Am I correct?
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July 11, 2015, 07:20:10 PM
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I think bitcoin should be thought of as a sha256d hardware network instead of one chain. It makes sense for me to envision a multiwallet that helps to act as a transaction router that puts your transaction on the appropriate chain for what your use is.

Regardless I want to push for more interaction of bitcoin, ixcoin, and i0coin. It could also be possible that the omnicore guys copy their system and run it on ixcoin and i0coin in addition to bitcoin. Omni could act as the bridge for these chains to interact together.
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July 15, 2015, 01:48:01 AM
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Fast block times make for a great platform for financial extensions like Colored Coins, Counterparty, and Mastercoin.  I0coin's lower price means it can support smart contracts and smart assets for a much lower cost than Bitcoin.

^from the op


Does the current i0coin codebase support these types of transactions?

IE: from what I understand ixcoin 9.x can support the op_return being used to run a Colored Coins, Counterparty, and Mastercoin type of system however the bulk of the hashrate from cex and the other main pool are still running on 3.x something so this feature cant be used.

I noticed i0coin is at 8.x, which I believe means that you also can't run counterparty on this.

Am I correct?

You are correct mate.  We need to upgrade to at least 9.x on the client and get pools to upgrade as well.  These are some goals we wanted to advertise so the public knows where we're headed.

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July 15, 2015, 01:56:31 AM
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I think bitcoin should be thought of as a sha256d hardware network instead of one chain. It makes sense for me to envision a multiwallet that helps to act as a transaction router that puts your transaction on the appropriate chain for what your use is.

Regardless I want to push for more interaction of bitcoin, ixcoin, and i0coin. It could also be possible that the omnicore guys copy their system and run it on ixcoin and i0coin in addition to bitcoin. Omni could act as the bridge for these chains to interact together.

We welcome more cooperation.  I've always thought those three would make a great trifecta.  Bitcoin is the original.  ixcoin the clone, which makes it supremely compatible with any tools developed for Bitcoin.  Then there's i0coin, just as compatible, but with the transaction speed advantage when that's needed.  Let us know how we can help.

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July 27, 2015, 01:34:21 AM
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Has a big pool stopped mining i0coin? I notice my pool has started picking up most of the blocks recently.

mmpool.org - BTC Pool - DGM - pays tx fees/vardiff/merge mining/tor
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July 29, 2015, 04:37:14 PM
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Has a big pool stopped mining i0coin? I notice my pool has started picking up most of the blocks recently.

Yes, network hash rate has dropped over the last 4-6 weeks.  It appears to be F2Pool that has reduced its hash rate for i0coin.
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August 13, 2015, 05:52:32 AM
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izerocoin.org is down temporarily.  I accidentally let the domain expire so I'm working to get it renewed.  It should only be a few days.

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August 14, 2015, 05:44:28 AM
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I've been thinking about item 2. on the i0coin client upgrade bounty.

2. OP_RETURN must be set to 80 bytes (to allow financial platform development)

I think it may be best to keep OP_RETURN at 40 bytes like Bitcoin.  There are a few reasons for my change of mind.  First, financial platforms are working fine on Bitcoin using 40 bytes.  Second, it reduces the number of differences, even if minor, between i0coin and Bitcoin so there are less chances for bugs.  Third, i0coin has a 90 second block time compared to Bitcoin's 10 minutes, so i0coin's block chain is growing faster.  I0coin's block chain is already over 11 GB even with small numbers of transactions.  I'm worried that a larger OP_RETURN could balloon the block chain even more.  Of course, if and when Bitcoin updates the OP_RETURN byte size, so will i0coin.

Feedback is welcome.

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August 17, 2015, 06:50:54 AM
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izerocoin.org is down temporarily.  I accidentally let the domain expire so I'm working to get it renewed.  It should only be a few days.


izerocoin.org is back up.  I still need to renew the SSL cert.  So you may get an untrusted connection warning until I do.
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August 20, 2015, 01:24:32 AM
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I've been thinking about item 2. on the i0coin client upgrade bounty.

2. OP_RETURN must be set to 80 bytes (to allow financial platform development)

I think it may be best to keep OP_RETURN at 40 bytes like Bitcoin.  There are a few reasons for my change of mind.  First, financial platforms are working fine on Bitcoin using 40 bytes.  Second, it reduces the number of differences, even if minor, between i0coin and Bitcoin so there are less chances for bugs.  Third, i0coin has a 90 second block time compared to Bitcoin's 10 minutes, so i0coin's block chain is growing faster.  I0coin's block chain is already over 11 GB even with small numbers of transactions.  I'm worried that a larger OP_RETURN could balloon the block chain even more.  Of course, if and when Bitcoin updates the OP_RETURN byte size, so will i0coin.

Feedback is welcome.


Bitcoin 0.11.0 has enabled block chain pruning.  If we upgrade i0coin to 0.11.0 then we could use larger OP_RETURN byte sizes.

Read about block file pruning here.
https://bitcoin.org/en/release/v0.11.0
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August 20, 2015, 12:08:03 PM
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My IOC wallet says there is no block source available. What is the most new wallet version?

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August 20, 2015, 02:57:21 PM
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My IOC wallet says there is no block source available. What is the most new wallet version?

The latest wallet is version 0.8.6-1 here.
http://i0coin.snel.it/
or
https://izerocoin.org/downloads/


For your block source problem, the best source of current addnodes is here...

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/i0c/#!network

Click on the "node list" buttons to get addnodes for your i0coin.conf file.

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