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 Author Topic: [ANN]AXIS coin + - Hybrid - X13 - 6M. Android Ticker. MANDATORY WALLET!  (Read 99271 times)
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 June 10, 2014, 03:57:35 PM

Can someone explain how to check how many coins are left in POW? not listed on ccmktcap yet

Just a rough calculation:

CUTOFF_POW_BLOCK = 8640
Current block = 5549

8640 - 5549 = 3091

3091 * 687.5 = 2125062.5 coins left to mine before PoW ends.
Thanks. Can you explain how you got that info?

Total blocks minus current block = Answer to your question.

Answer * each block's reward = total coins left to be adopted
Pardon my ignorance, how do I find the current block?

If you are using the GUI wallet, go into help > console and type getinfo

You'll see some info, the main bit you want is:

Code:
"blocks" : 5575,

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 June 10, 2014, 04:29:20 PM

Can someone explain how to check how many coins are left in POW? not listed on ccmktcap yet

Just a rough calculation:

CUTOFF_POW_BLOCK = 8640
Current block = 5549

8640 - 5549 = 3091

3091 * 687.5 = 2125062.5 coins left to mine before PoW ends.
Thanks. Can you explain how you got that info?

Total blocks minus current block = Answer to your question.

Answer * each block's reward = total coins left to be adopted
Pardon my ignorance, how do I find the current block?

If you are using the GUI wallet, go into help > console and type getinfo

You'll see some info, the main bit you want is:

Code:
"blocks" : 5575,

Or type: getblockcount
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 June 10, 2014, 04:29:39 PM

AXIS jumped to 3.5k wow

It was like 2.3k today

A small announcement did that. Can't wait for the big ones.

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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 June 10, 2014, 06:21:15 PM

AXIS jumped to 3.5k wow

It was like 2.3k today

A small announcement did that. Can't wait for the big ones.

The developer himself said that he doesn`t want hype to dictate price. If you let hype dictate price, you`ll have a short 2-3 day boom, followed by a 2-3 month bust cycle.
He's cool. HYPE THIS THING NAO!

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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 June 10, 2014, 06:44:47 PM

What I would like to see is a commerce plugin for WP. Nothing super fancy, just accept Axis payment to a local wallet, once it has 1 (or a configurable number) confirm/s, then generate a temp URL for a file which is then sent to the email address given at payment.

This will enable digital download sales for many artists/etc.

This, IMHO, is more beneficial than tickers/etc... Real world application, even if it is a woocommerce plugin.

if it's a fast coin (which axis is) with an coin price ticker and a android wallet app then delivery drivers like me can accept it without having to wait on btc confirmations, I'm going to try to accept btc once my nokia N8 finally dies and I finally get an android... but I have a feeling the slow to confirm btc might slow down my delivery routes too much and my boss would get pissed.

So thank you for the ticker!!

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 June 10, 2014, 06:51:28 PM

What I would like to see is a commerce plugin for WP. Nothing super fancy, just accept Axis payment to a local wallet, once it has 1 (or a configurable number) confirm/s, then generate a temp URL for a file which is then sent to the email address given at payment.

This will enable digital download sales for many artists/etc.

This, IMHO, is more beneficial than tickers/etc... Real world application, even if it is a woocommerce plugin.

if it's a fast coin (which axis is) with an coin price ticker and a android wallet app then delivery drivers like me can accept it without having to wait on btc confirmations, I'm going to try to accept btc once my nokia N8 finally dies and I finally get an android... but I have a feeling the slow to confirm btc might slow down my delivery routes too much and my boss would get pissed.

So thank you for the ticker!!

Nothing wrong with the ticker... Just think a nice, basic and reliable commerce plugin would really get things moving to help get people to accept it for payment.

So far, it's all good :-)
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 June 10, 2014, 06:53:15 PM

What I would like to see is a commerce plugin for WP. Nothing super fancy, just accept Axis payment to a local wallet, once it has 1 (or a configurable number) confirm/s, then generate a temp URL for a file which is then sent to the email address given at payment.

This will enable digital download sales for many artists/etc.

This, IMHO, is more beneficial than tickers/etc... Real world application, even if it is a woocommerce plugin.

if it's a fast coin (which axis is) with an coin price ticker and a android wallet app then delivery drivers like me can accept it without having to wait on btc confirmations, I'm going to try to accept btc once my nokia N8 finally dies and I finally get an android... but I have a feeling the slow to confirm btc might slow down my delivery routes too much and my boss would get pissed.

So thank you for the ticker!!

Nothing wrong with the ticker... Just think a nice, basic and reliable commerce plugin would really get things moving to help get people to accept it for payment.

So far, it's all good :-)
At least that ticker is something. I've seen other devs disappearing after releases, lol

How old is AXIS now? 3-4 days?

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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 June 10, 2014, 08:07:36 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.
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 June 10, 2014, 08:18:17 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.

Don't ever be sorry for doing the right thing and checking any file out for security. :-)

One of the biggest problems with coins these days is the fact that wallets contain a miner. This miner software is very similar to the miners that are used by people that put trojans into other people's computers so they make those computers mine coins for them.

These virus checkers often flag software for including miners, which seems crazy when that's exactly what you are wanting.

Code:
Symantec WS.Reputation.1 20140610
TrendMicro-HouseCall Suspicious_GEN.F47V0610 20140610

Code:
SHA256: 7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c
File name: axiswallet.zip
Detection ratio: 2 / 53
Analysis date: 2014-06-10 20:03:05 UTC ( 6 minutes ago )

So, out of the 53 scanners, only 2 flag the file for "reputation" and a Suspisicious "generic" reason.

I'm not going to tell you these are safe or they are dangerous. But the low number of positives and the fact that it should contain a built-in miner should be considered.

Personally, I do not use pre-compiled GUI wallets. I always compile from source after looking at the code. It isn't beyond many people to setup a dedicated linux wallet machine that is very safe and secure.

In this instance, it might take a little too long to learn, but the choice is yours to use the windows wallet.

If you are interested in learning how to setup a linux wallet box (if you are going to be serious about coins, you really should), just let me know and I'll give you some advice/help to get you setup.
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 June 10, 2014, 08:21:49 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.

hmmm weird... I didn't get any warnings when I scan with MSE, new wallet synced up nice and fast seems to work great.

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 June 10, 2014, 08:25:38 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.

Don't ever be sorry for doing the right thing and checking any file out for security. :-)

One of the biggest problems with coins these days is the fact that wallets contain a miner. This miner software is very similar to the miners that are used by people that put trojans into other people's computers so they make those computers mine coins for them.

These virus checkers often flag software for including miners, which seems crazy when that's exactly what you are wanting.

Code:
Symantec WS.Reputation.1 20140610
TrendMicro-HouseCall Suspicious_GEN.F47V0610 20140610

Code:
SHA256: 7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c
File name: axiswallet.zip
Detection ratio: 2 / 53
Analysis date: 2014-06-10 20:03:05 UTC ( 6 minutes ago )

So, out of the 53 scanners, only 2 flag the file for "reputation" and a Suspisicious "generic" reason.

I'm not going to tell you these are safe or they are dangerous. But the low number of positives and the fact that it should contain a built-in miner should be considered.

Personally, I do not use pre-compiled GUI wallets. I always compile from source after looking at the code. It isn't beyond many people to setup a dedicated linux wallet machine that is very safe and secure.

In this instance, it might take a little too long to learn, but the choice is yours to use the windows wallet.

If you are interested in learning how to setup a linux wallet box (if you are going to be serious about coins, you really should), just let me know and I'll give you some advice/help to get you setup.

that might be a very useful thread to put up for people on here, does the op have to be linux to compile the wallet from source?

lol I've been putting off learning linux for way too long.

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PiOfCube
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 June 10, 2014, 08:27:08 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.

Don't ever be sorry for doing the right thing and checking any file out for security. :-)

One of the biggest problems with coins these days is the fact that wallets contain a miner. This miner software is very similar to the miners that are used by people that put trojans into other people's computers so they make those computers mine coins for them.

These virus checkers often flag software for including miners, which seems crazy when that's exactly what you are wanting.

Code:
Symantec WS.Reputation.1 20140610
TrendMicro-HouseCall Suspicious_GEN.F47V0610 20140610

Code:
SHA256: 7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c
File name: axiswallet.zip
Detection ratio: 2 / 53
Analysis date: 2014-06-10 20:03:05 UTC ( 6 minutes ago )

So, out of the 53 scanners, only 2 flag the file for "reputation" and a Suspisicious "generic" reason.

I'm not going to tell you these are safe or they are dangerous. But the low number of positives and the fact that it should contain a built-in miner should be considered.

Personally, I do not use pre-compiled GUI wallets. I always compile from source after looking at the code. It isn't beyond many people to setup a dedicated linux wallet machine that is very safe and secure.

In this instance, it might take a little too long to learn, but the choice is yours to use the windows wallet.

If you are interested in learning how to setup a linux wallet box (if you are going to be serious about coins, you really should), just let me know and I'll give you some advice/help to get you setup.

that might be a very useful thread to put up for people on here, does the op have to be linux to compile the wallet from source?

lol I've been putting off learning linux for way too long.

Always get the source from GitHub:

https://github.com/CallMeMike/Axis

Edit: Link is in the OP.

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 June 10, 2014, 08:59:13 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.

Don't ever be sorry for doing the right thing and checking any file out for security. :-)

One of the biggest problems with coins these days is the fact that wallets contain a miner. This miner software is very similar to the miners that are used by people that put trojans into other people's computers so they make those computers mine coins for them.

These virus checkers often flag software for including miners, which seems crazy when that's exactly what you are wanting.

Code:
Symantec WS.Reputation.1 20140610
TrendMicro-HouseCall Suspicious_GEN.F47V0610 20140610

Code:
SHA256: 7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c
File name: axiswallet.zip
Detection ratio: 2 / 53
Analysis date: 2014-06-10 20:03:05 UTC ( 6 minutes ago )

So, out of the 53 scanners, only 2 flag the file for "reputation" and a Suspisicious "generic" reason.

I'm not going to tell you these are safe or they are dangerous. But the low number of positives and the fact that it should contain a built-in miner should be considered.

Personally, I do not use pre-compiled GUI wallets. I always compile from source after looking at the code. It isn't beyond many people to setup a dedicated linux wallet machine that is very safe and secure.

In this instance, it might take a little too long to learn, but the choice is yours to use the windows wallet.

If you are interested in learning how to setup a linux wallet box (if you are going to be serious about coins, you really should), just let me know and I'll give you some advice/help to get you setup.

Thanks a lot for the very detailed response. To be honest I have never had anything to do with Linux. I don't want to waste your time and will look for some online tutorials when I find some spare time. Once again thanks!
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 June 10, 2014, 09:14:29 PM

Hi, can somebody be so nice and explain in lamer's terms why 2 of the files from the new wallet are flagged by virustotal? https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c/analysis/1402430585/

I did not get such a thing with the first version of the wallet. I am really sorry if I sound a bit paranoid, but I am not really a techie.

Don't ever be sorry for doing the right thing and checking any file out for security. :-)

One of the biggest problems with coins these days is the fact that wallets contain a miner. This miner software is very similar to the miners that are used by people that put trojans into other people's computers so they make those computers mine coins for them.

These virus checkers often flag software for including miners, which seems crazy when that's exactly what you are wanting.

Code:
Symantec WS.Reputation.1 20140610
TrendMicro-HouseCall Suspicious_GEN.F47V0610 20140610

Code:
SHA256: 7536a86dca51184ea68d4db981a906b1f65a25ade5b8749f7c9c61bce026672c
File name: axiswallet.zip
Detection ratio: 2 / 53
Analysis date: 2014-06-10 20:03:05 UTC ( 6 minutes ago )

So, out of the 53 scanners, only 2 flag the file for "reputation" and a Suspisicious "generic" reason.

I'm not going to tell you these are safe or they are dangerous. But the low number of positives and the fact that it should contain a built-in miner should be considered.

Personally, I do not use pre-compiled GUI wallets. I always compile from source after looking at the code. It isn't beyond many people to setup a dedicated linux wallet machine that is very safe and secure.

In this instance, it might take a little too long to learn, but the choice is yours to use the windows wallet.

If you are interested in learning how to setup a linux wallet box (if you are going to be serious about coins, you really should), just let me know and I'll give you some advice/help to get you setup.

Thanks a lot for the very detailed response. To be honest I have never had anything to do with Linux. I don't want to waste your time and will look for some online tutorials when I find some spare time. Once again thanks!

It wouldn't be a waste. If there's more people in this thread that think it would be good, I might write up some tutorials to setup and run a multiple wallet machine.

I have severely cut back my own wallets, cleaned out some old coins and stuck them into "deep freeze". At one point I had 128 active wallets running. Now that's down to 34 and I will increase that up to 64.

I have my own monitoring system in place that gives me balances, current trades and other stuff... All on one screen. Very useful :-)
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 June 10, 2014, 09:40:23 PM

Sorry for my question but when hashing will ends?
From coin specification i read: 6 days of hashing.
But i not see the start date. The initial post is on May 31, 2014, 12:57:24 AM.
If this is the start date the POW is ended.

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 June 10, 2014, 09:41:45 PM

Sorry for my question but when hashing will ends?
From coin specification i read: 6 days of hashing.
But i not see the start date. The initial post is on May 31, 2014, 12:57:24 AM.
If this is the start date the POW is ended.
They had a PRE-ANN topic..

Hey, smexy. Don't waste your time. Time's precious.
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 June 10, 2014, 09:46:05 PM

Sorry for my question but when hashing will ends?
From coin specification i read: 6 days of hashing.
But i not see the start date. The initial post is on May 31, 2014, 12:57:24 AM.
If this is the start date the POW is ended.

PoW still has about 2 days left to go.
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 June 11, 2014, 06:16:49 AM

Been watching this one closely from the beginning (pre-launch) and I am getting pretty excited!!

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