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Author Topic: [XC][XCurrency] Decentralised Trustless Privacy Platform / Encrypted XChat / Pos  (Read 1481773 times)
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July 13, 2014, 06:00:47 AM
Last edit: July 13, 2014, 01:37:53 PM by conradjohnson
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Guys... rule 1 and rule 12...

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1. Be good to each other
2. Be gracious to "enemies"
3. Completely ignore spam, FUD, and abusive comments
4. If you respond to anything with the above in it, erase the offending remarks from your reply before posting, because leaving it in will allow it to incite further offense. (Also Teka might delete your post.)
5. Don't ever spread FUD elsewhere. Respect other projects. XC doesn't need to compete with them; it's strong enough on its own.
6. Be patient with newbies. There'll be a lot of them arriving as XC grows.
7. The way you treat people makes up 95% of what's relevant in a post; the information supplied is 5%.
8. The way XC appears to the world depends on the way you are to other people.
9. Be aware of the difference between what you perceive and what you infer from your perceptions (e.g. statements vs. the intentions suggested by statements).
10. You devalue yourself by being aggressive/insulting/etc.
11. If we don't treat opponents well, then we just take on their mode of interacting instead of imparting our mode of interacting.
12. So be good to each other.


Oh and this gem...  Clearly Shia LeBeouf's (sp?) best work yet.

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July 13, 2014, 06:12:08 AM
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Jack de bullshit...also read 5, 10 and 11, especially 5. Clearly applies to you. I have you on ignore, but unfortunately conradjohnson qouted your  nonsense.

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July 13, 2014, 06:14:57 AM
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HI IS CONchita wurst  lol

XC - The Future of Anonymity
Cinni - Innovation
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July 13, 2014, 07:00:42 AM
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IMHO: Don't make things too complicated.

New users will not understand what "XCend" means.. "Enable Private Transaction" makes much more sense as EVERYONE will know what it means...

Yes I totally agree, orginally were going to go with enable privacy mode but that seemed more confusing as new features are added. So I suggested enable privacy transaction and we discussed it. However, we are open to ideas.

Not to rock the boat but I like the "XCend" idea. Not necessarily the name "XCend", but the fact we have a branded name for that function (think Darkcoin with Darksend!).

Perhaps on the UI itself have "Enable Private Transaction (XCend)" next to the checkbox, so it's clear and intuitive what the function does to someone who doesn't even know what XCend is.

Just my 0.2 XC.

Branding is good when you are first on the market with some idea and brand it, putting a lot of money in explaining the meaning of a new thing like XCend. To be the first, remembered and most recognisable. XC isn't and won't if you won't put millions of XC to promote this. But is it worth for a button?

After all it's about private sending.

So to gain and be better must be simple. "Private send" is clear, simple, obvious, user friendly button name. DOT. Cool

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July 13, 2014, 07:47:04 AM
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Few questions: now if I wanna host xnode, I need to have 550XC at least in wallet or not? Second, I need to forward port (done it already)? And third, if I wanna my wallet act as an xnode, and it is encrypted, do I unlock it for staking only, or full unlock it? Sorry I had to ask, but I am thinking to try to host several nodes on few virtual machines. Which leads me to next, fourth question: if I do that, and forward same port on several IP addresses, would it not make some conflict when some transaction try to pass trough some node? Or it will pick random node, even they are behind same nat? Will nodes work behind same nat with multiple chances to receive transaction, or act as one since they all have same port to communicate with network? I have to ask last question, since some games (like blizzard games) start to act funny if you have few clients open behind same nat with open port, and they use strictly one port.
Edit: I would like to use linux to host mine xnodes, is latest wallet ok and up to date with windows one?
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July 13, 2014, 07:54:08 AM
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I'd like to know the answers to the above questions too. + one more question: which has higher priority - the number of Xnodes or the amount of coins? Thanks.
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July 13, 2014, 07:54:41 AM
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I'd just like to thank the team for all the hard work and effort. If only all other alt coins had this level of professionalism, innovation and timeliness Digital currency would  already be a  trillion dollar industry.!
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July 13, 2014, 07:54:49 AM
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This quote should bring some insight into multiple XNodes!



Interested in multiple Xnode ?

* Multiple node setup in single instance (change port for XC)

https://darkcointalk.org/threads/ec2-multiple-remote-nothing-nm-max-5.1660/


* Monitoring multiple NM using blocknotify(change damon name for XC)
: Status updated when a new block is received.

https://darkcointalk.org/threads/monitoring-multiple-nm-using-blocknotify.1728/


Quote original from President Chaeplin, got it wrong during deleting. Maybe it is time to get our own techy's to do such a description on xctalk.com?


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July 13, 2014, 08:00:06 AM
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the number of Xnodes or the amount of coins? Thanks.

I don't really get your question. The amount needed for a XNode is 550 XCurrency. Making this more doesn't influence the XNode. Making it less would mean it would not work (i guess).

So to answer your question as perceived; You should first get as MANY coins as you can get. Your number of XNodes will increase with it Wink
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July 13, 2014, 08:02:17 AM
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This quote should bring some insight into multiple XNodes!



Interested in multiple Xnode ?

* Multiple node setup in single instance (change port for XC)

https://darkcointalk.org/threads/ec2-multiple-remote-nothing-nm-max-5.1660/


* Monitoring multiple NM using blocknotify(change damon name for XC)
: Status updated when a new block is received.

https://darkcointalk.org/threads/monitoring-multiple-nm-using-blocknotify.1728/


Quote original from President Chaeplin, got it wrong during deleting




Yes, I have seen that on dark forum too. But it is running nodes in EC2 cluster. I dont want to run them in cloud. Second, it is a guide how to run it on 5 public static addresses. I have one public address (for now). If I need few addresses, I shall get them from local ISP since I know the owner, at zero cost. But not everyone can get static public address at zero cost. Consider in my country it can cost from 5 to even 20 euro per address per month. Other than that, I can host it on several PCs at work (they are all mine, I don't work in some public service, I work in my own company). And I host one at home and one at work since xnode story started. But I would like to try to host it on my home pc in few virtual instances. Is it possible or not? I think not, but had to ask.
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July 13, 2014, 08:04:48 AM
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Yes, I have seen that on dark forum too. But it is running nodes in EC2 cluster. I dont want to run them in cloud. Second, it is a guide how to run it on 5 public static addresses. I have one public address (for now). If I need few addresses, I shall get them from local ISP since I know the owner, at zero cost. But not everyone can get static public address at zero cost. Consider in my country it can cost from 5 to even 20 euro per address per month. Other than that, I can hos it on several PCs at work (they are all mine, I don't work in some public service, I work in my own company). And I host one at home and one at work since xnode story started. But I would like to try to host it on my home pc in few virtual instances. Is it possible or not? I think not, but had to ask.


Thanks for adding some information. I'm not really tech savy so only thing I can do is repeat/link old information. If you think you know how to do this and could put this information in words/screenshots for newbie's that would be great. You should definitely make a new thread on XCtalk.com
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July 13, 2014, 08:18:32 AM
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the number of Xnodes or the amount of coins? Thanks.

I don't really get your question. The amount needed for a XNode is 550 XCurrency. Making this more doesn't influence the XNode. Making it less would mean it would not work (i guess).

So to answer your question as perceived; You should first get as MANY coins as you can get. Your number of XNodes will increase with it Wink

Thanks. However the point was not about the limits but the potential profit, let me paraphrase it like this: "Which is more profitable - one xnode with 5500 XC or ten xnodes with 550 each?". Hope that now the question makes more sense Smiley
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July 13, 2014, 08:21:39 AM
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Thanks. However the point was not about the limits but the potential profit, let me paraphrase it like this: "Which is more profitable - one xnode with 5500 XC or ten xnodes with 550 each?". Hope that now the question makes more sense Smiley

Like I said; The amount needed for a XNode is 550 XCurrency. Making this more doesn't influence (eq. profitability) the XNode. Making it less would mean it would not work (i guess).

I could be wrong here, just wait for someone to confirm. But as I see it 10 XNodes with 550 XCurrency make more MONEYZZ then one with 5500
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July 13, 2014, 08:32:26 AM
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My wallet (OS X v0.9.2.40XCurrency-2.42) is still syncing (more than one hour) Undecided Could be an issue on localhost or in the OS X latest version?
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My wallet (OS X v0.9.2.40XCurrency-2.42) is still syncing (more than one hour) Undecided Could be an issue on localhost or in the OS X latest version?

Tried closing it and re-start?

edit; When you post a problem and are searching for answers please provide as much information as possible about the things you've already tried
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July 13, 2014, 08:44:45 AM
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My wallet (OS X v0.9.2.40XCurrency-2.42) is still syncing (more than one hour) Undecided Could be an issue on localhost or in the OS X latest version?

My one synced just fine.
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July 13, 2014, 08:56:56 AM
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My wallet (OS X v0.9.2.40XCurrency-2.42) is still syncing (more than one hour) Undecided Could be an issue on localhost or in the OS X latest version?

Tried closing it and re-start?

edit; When you post a problem and are searching for answers please provide as much information as possible about the things you've already tried

Restarted several times. Now it is synced. I guess it's was / is a localhost storage issue.

What do you mean by as much information as possible? My SSN, religion, karma, alien abductions' count!? I've provided all the available information.
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July 13, 2014, 09:03:15 AM
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My ... alien abductions' count!? I've provided all the available information.

What's your current count?
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July 13, 2014, 09:07:40 AM
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My ... alien abductions' count!? I've provided all the available information.

What's your current count?

Don't know, the memory of each abductee is systematically zeroed. But you can always ask agent Mulder.
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What...... available information.

You made me smile!

Sorry this was not specifically for you. Great to hear your wallet is synced..
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