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November 25, 2015, 06:02:02 AM


I've also successfully transferred I0C while in prune mode (with only the last 600 MB of the block chain).  

The transfer worked brilliantly!  


This will allow users and many service sites to run a thin i0coin client without using up gigabytes of storage.  Of course we still need some nodes with the full block chain.

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November 26, 2015, 06:04:54 AM

I0coin 0.11.9 Windows Executables


Good news, thanks for snailbrain (the brain behind Huntercoin), I can now provide Windows binaries:

  http://extra.domob.eu/i0coin-0.11.9.zip
  http://extra.domob.eu/i0coin-0.11.9.zip.sig (GPG signature with my key, see signature)

If you want to help stabilise the network, you can also run the "temporary" version:

  http://extra.domob.eu/i0coin-temp.zip
  http://extra.domob.eu/i0coin-temp.zip.sig

With the temporary binary, you should -connect=51.254.131.226 for the initial sync.  When you are up-to-date, you can restart without this option.

Note:  The update will activate BIP34, BIP66 and BIP65 as soon as 75%/95% of the hash rate has upgraded (currently 13%).  This means that miners have to update as soon as this happens; users should upgrade to stay on the best security level, but are not required to do so necessarily.

Below is a bit more info about the two versions of executables which domob has posted.  They are both almost identical with the differences stated below.  

"i0coin-0.11.9"
    -allows only 0.11.x clients to connect (the older 0.8.x client is blocked because it will be incompatible with the new BIPs)
    -most users should migrate to this version so we can phase out the older clients
    -miners should upgrade to this version

"i0coin-temp"  (0.11.9.9)
    -allows all client versions to connect to it
    -a few users are running this to allow cross communication between all clients so we don't have any forking issues
    -once we've reached our BIP activation point this temp version can be phased out


    
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November 27, 2015, 07:46:29 AM


I've also successfully transferred I0C while in prune mode (with only the last 600 MB of the block chain).  

The transfer worked brilliantly!  


This will allow users and many service sites to run a thin i0coin client without using up gigabytes of storage.  Of course we still need some nodes with the full block chain.



how do I turn on prune mode?

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November 28, 2015, 04:47:55 AM


I've also successfully transferred I0C while in prune mode (with only the last 600 MB of the block chain).  

The transfer worked brilliantly!  


This will allow users and many service sites to run a thin i0coin client without using up gigabytes of storage.  Of course we still need some nodes with the full block chain.



how do I turn on prune mode?



With the Qt client add the following to the i0coin.conf file.

   prune=xxx

where xxx is the number of MB you want for the block chain (i.e. "prune=600" means the block chain will take up about 600 MB).  xxx must be at least 550 MB.

For the i0coind client it would similarly be called like this.

   i0coind  -prune=xxx

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November 28, 2015, 12:42:42 PM

I've now merged some more upstream Bitcoin changes to the "master" branch of my I0coin repository, in order to keep up with development for a future 0.12 release.  You can also use that if you build from source, but if you want the exact same version released earlier, use the "i0coin-0.11.9" tag:

  https://github.com/domob1812/i0coin/releases/tag/i0coin-0.11.9

It is signed by my GPG key.  The "temporary" branch is unaffected and still the same as the binaries.

BTW, currently already 23% of the hash rate have updated.

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November 29, 2015, 09:02:56 AM

BTW, currently already 23% of the hash rate have updated.
mmpool has updated to this version. Thanks for updating to a newer codebase!

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November 29, 2015, 04:55:18 PM

BTW, currently already 23% of the hash rate have updated.
mmpool has updated to this version. Thanks for updating to a newer codebase!

Thanks for your support.  Let us know if there are any mining issues.  At least one miner upgraded about a month ago, with no problems reported so far.  Many more miners have jumped on board in the last week.

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November 29, 2015, 10:40:39 PM


izerocoin.org will be down while I do some updates.
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November 30, 2015, 12:21:55 AM


I've also successfully transferred I0C while in prune mode (with only the last 600 MB of the block chain).  

The transfer worked brilliantly!  


This will allow users and many service sites to run a thin i0coin client without using up gigabytes of storage.  Of course we still need some nodes with the full block chain.



how do I turn on prune mode?



With the Qt client add the following to the i0coin.conf file.

   prune=xxx

where xxx is the number of MB you want for the block chain (i.e. "prune=600" means the block chain will take up about 600 MB).  xxx must be at least 550 MB.

For the i0coind client it would similarly be called like this.

   i0coind  -prune=xxx



thanks that did the trick
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November 30, 2015, 12:23:13 AM


For easy reference I've post the links to the 0.11.9 source and executables at the top of this thread.

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November 30, 2015, 07:47:40 AM

Explorer wallet updated to new version!

Wallet is currently re-indexing, latest blocks are not going to be visible until that is completed.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/i0c/

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November 30, 2015, 09:46:04 PM

Explorer wallet updated to new version!

Wallet is currently re-indexing, latest blocks are not going to be visible until that is completed.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/i0c/

Your site continues to be a great block explorer and much more.  Thanks for your attention and quick upgrade.

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November 30, 2015, 09:49:23 PM


Today, we are at 79% mining with 0.11.9.   It's great progress.  Much faster than I expected.  95% is where the BIPs should kick in.
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December 01, 2015, 10:41:20 PM

Explorer wallet updated to new version!
Are you running 0.11.9 or 0.11.9.9. If the former then the explorer won't show connections to other client versions as it doesn't connect to them. I ask as I notice the network page only shows 0.11.9.x clients.

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December 03, 2015, 07:32:17 AM

Explorer wallet updated to new version!
Are you running 0.11.9 or 0.11.9.9. If the former then the explorer won't show connections to other client versions as it doesn't connect to them. I ask as I notice the network page only shows 0.11.9.x clients.

He was running 0.11.9, but now he's running 0.11.9.9 so we can see the old clients too.

To see the version click on "About I0Coin", then "Wallet Version".
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December 05, 2015, 06:32:06 AM


@domob:

I知 satisfied with the new 0.11.9 wallet.  Great job.  If you post your i0coin address I値l send you my part of the bounty, 5,000 I0C.
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December 06, 2015, 05:16:51 PM


@domob:

I知 satisfied with the new 0.11.9 wallet.  Great job.  If you post your i0coin address I値l send you my part of the bounty, 5,000 I0C.


Great - please send your part here: jZ2aCwFULNoKzDQWTNQxFNn4wfTLHCa3Wu

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December 06, 2015, 07:03:39 PM


@domob:

I知 satisfied with the new 0.11.9 wallet.  Great job.  If you post your i0coin address I値l send you my part of the bounty, 5,000 I0C.


Great - please send your part here: jZ2aCwFULNoKzDQWTNQxFNn4wfTLHCa3Wu

Payment has been sent, thanks again.

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December 14, 2015, 07:26:07 AM


izerocoin.org is back online.  It's been redesigned, and of course, it now has links to the new i0coin 0.11.9 client.

I've simplified the design a bit.  The biggest change is I'm not using Wordpress.  It proved to be rather cumbersome to keep the databases synced to the rest of the site, as well as being time consuming to back up.  Also, Wordpress bloats the website quite a lot.  The size of the same basic website using Wordpress was 564 MB, compared to the new one posted now which is 0.5 MB.  I believe it's because Wordpress has numerous features available which never get used.

Wordpress is also quite the target for hackers.  I was spending more time with Wordpress specific problems than the website content.  So I'm going back to basics.  

I hope you like the redesign.
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December 16, 2015, 04:28:57 AM


izerocoin.org is back online.  It's been redesigned, and of course, it now has links to the new i0coin 0.11.9 client.

I've simplified the design a bit.  The biggest change is I'm not using Wordpress.  It proved to be rather cumbersome to keep the databases synced to the rest of the site, as well as being time consuming to back up.  Also, Wordpress bloats the website quite a lot.  The size of the same basic website using Wordpress was 564 MB, compared to the new one posted now which is 0.5 MB.  I believe it's because Wordpress has numerous features available which never get used.

Wordpress is also quite the target for hackers.  I was spending more time with Wordpress specific problems than the website content.  So I'm going back to basics.  

I hope you like the redesign.



I just fixed an ssl cert issue for izerocoin.org which was producing errors on a couple of the links at the top of the website.  So give it another go if you were getting untrusted site errors.
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