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October 02, 2015, 08:16:28 AM
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Development update

I'm giving a candid update on the state of development, although it isn't necessarily great.

I've been busy with some non-crypto related work and that has prevented me from devoting the time necessary to finish up the GUI integration (the next item on the roadmap). I don't expect this to continue for much longer (maybe one or two weeks), and I'm very much looking forward to resuming active development on AEON. Meanwhile I'm still available to address any emergency issues that should arise, answer questions, etc. The project is not (at all) abandoned despite the lack of any new releases or updates over the past few weeks.

I've also been monitoring the status of Monero development including their most excellent very-low-memory database implementation (which is a great fit for our plan to target mobile and low cost devices), and that appears to be reaching a stable enough milestone to merge-rebase AEON based on that new code. Assuming no new problems arise there, that will happen immediately after the first GUI release.
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October 02, 2015, 03:37:37 PM
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Development update

I'm giving a candid update on the state of development, although it isn't necessarily great.

I've been busy with some non-crypto related work and that has prevented me from devoting the time necessary to finish up the GUI integration (the next item on the roadmap). I don't expect this to continue for much longer (maybe one or two weeks), and I'm very much looking forward to resuming active development on AEON. Meanwhile I'm still available to address any emergency issues that should arise, answer questions, etc. The project is not (at all) abandoned despite the lack of any new releases or updates over the past few weeks.

I've also been monitoring the status of Monero development including their most excellent very-low-memory database implementation (which is a great fit for our plan to target mobile and low cost devices), and that appears to be reaching a stable enough milestone to merge-rebase AEON based on that new code. Assuming no new problems arise there, that will happen immediately after the first GUI release.


lookin forward to it man! I've got some old phones waiting to be built upon. I also plan to integrate AEON into my node_pool_inabox.iso once the DB is on the HD. Of course I'll have to figure out how to run 2 pools on the same device... probably just changing the ports hopefully. I wonder how dumb/smart redis is.... are the database entries flagged as to their source? they must be. moneromoo should know.... you're running 9 bajillion pools on your home box, eh?

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October 02, 2015, 07:13:55 PM
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WTS 50K AEON OTC, pme with your best offer.
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October 02, 2015, 08:04:03 PM
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Of course I'll have to figure out how to run 2 pools on the same device... probably just changing the ports hopefully. I wonder how dumb/smart redis is.... are the database entries flagged as to their source? they must be. moneromoo should know.... you're running 9 bajillion pools on your home box, eh?

It works just fine, as long as you have ports for everything. I'm running just two at the minute, and they coexist peacefully. You'd be running two redis processes. That's what they have a port Smiley



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October 03, 2015, 10:22:26 AM
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In case you haven't seen it there is a new AEON Speculation discussion thread self-moderated by community member americanpegasus

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1197508.0
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October 03, 2015, 10:40:51 AM
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The Cryptonote short list: 
 
Monero,
Boolberry,
Aeon 
(did i miss anyone?)
 
Even the largest isn't much to look at right now, but if the world of cryptonote keeps growing then by 2017 these three could really be something together.  Competition is good and will keep everyone on their toes, and who knows: if Aeon finds a good niche that requires a separate blockchain, it might even be a long term contender.

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October 03, 2015, 10:56:58 AM
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The Cryptonote short list: 
 
Monero,
Boolberry,
Aeon 
(did i miss anyone?)

Dashcoin (pure clone of Bytecoin without the ninjapremine)
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October 03, 2015, 11:36:33 AM
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Dashcoin (pure clone of Bytecoin without the ninjapremine)
 
 
 
I spent so long learning how Dash (aka darkcoin aka evanbyte aka whatever it was called) is such a scam, and now you're telling me there's a Dashcoin which is legitimate?   Roll Eyes

That's just not going to work out for them, unfortunately.  They're going to need to change their name to literally anything else, despite how unfair the situation is.

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October 03, 2015, 11:40:02 AM
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The Cryptonote short list: 
 
Monero,
Boolberry,
Aeon 
(did i miss anyone?)
 
Even the largest isn't much to look at right now, but if the world of cryptonote keeps growing then by 2017 these three could really be something together.  Competition is good and will keep everyone on their toes, and who knows: if Aeon finds a good niche that requires a separate blockchain, it might even be a long term contender.

DigitalNote?

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October 03, 2015, 11:41:36 AM
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Dashcoin (pure clone of Bytecoin without the ninjapremine)
 
 
  
I spent so long learning how Dash (aka darkcoin aka evanbyte aka whatever it was called) is such a scam, and now you're telling me there's a Dashcoin which is legitimate?   Roll Eyes

That's just not going to work out for them, unfortunately.  They're going to need to change their name to literally anything else, despite how unfair the situation is.

Well its kind of a long story. Dashcoin had the name first when (Evan's) Dash was called Darkcoin. Then Evan paid the developer of it to turn over the repo as an attempt to "buy the project" for the name, but the community refused to stop using the old name so they just moved to a new repo.

But who knows maybe they will change their name after all.
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October 03, 2015, 11:45:07 AM
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The Cryptonote short list:  
  
Monero,
Boolberry,
Aeon  
(did i miss anyone?)
  
Even the largest isn't much to look at right now, but if the world of cryptonote keeps growing then by 2017 these three could really be something together.  Competition is good and will keep everyone on their toes, and who knows: if Aeon finds a good niche that requires a separate blockchain, it might even be a long term contender.

DigitalNote?

I find the extreme fast mine and multiple renames more than a bit questionable. It is an interesting coin and the developer has very interesting ideas, and worth a look to make up your own mind, but I wouldn't put it on a "short list".
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lol, XDN is on top of my shortlist. http://digitalnote.org/ is more than just an 'interesting' CryptoNote with 'interesting ideas'. @smooth has spread fud in the past and it makes me sick when he does do it. He has recently started to see DigitalNote for what it is so yes, do your research. See that XDN has had one of a kind CryptoNote features implemented long ago with improvements and new features being added at a steady pace. Spend some time going through the https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1082745.0 forum to see all of the planning and development. Buy cheap now (58 satoshi atm) and hold for the future. Use the wallet for your encrypted messaging. I was fast mining at the beginning and have quite a lot but I will say one important fact when it comes to @smooth's more than questionable fud; there are a lot of coins in the free market for cheap. For example, there are 160,000,000 available on hitBTC, 5,000,000 on Bittrex and over 16,000,000 on Poloniex all for under 101sat. I have already sold a large percentage on all three just to pay my hydro for when I was mining at the start of XDN.

Any cryptonote with continuing development has a good future.

By the way @smooth, I do commend you for your countless hours of 'positive' work in the cryptocurrency field.
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October 03, 2015, 09:00:08 PM
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Good development of XDN won't undo the poor choice for the emission curve.
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October 03, 2015, 10:56:38 PM
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I don't want to fuel any further this off-topic venture into XDN, but personally, I will never dismiss the name choice at launch as just a creative form of scam. Maybe it was not intentional, maybe it was, I don't see that there will ever be a way to be certain.

The reality is, that ducknote, had none of the appeal, or the image/presentation that digitalnote claims today. For that reason, myself, and certainly many others, dismissed ducknote mining entirely, during what was - by far - the highest reward period.

So at best: very poor choice of naming will have most definitely contributed to an inferior initial distribution, and this was further aggravated by the quick drop in mining returns.
At worse: it was a creative scam, posing as just another meme coin void of any worth throughout the most important/rewarding emission period, only to become all serious and meaningful by the time that rewards have dropped significantly.

Some of the recent ideas or developments might be worthwhile. I haven't been much available, but would like to look into how PoS is being approached there. I'd love to one day see a proper cryptonote implementation with both PoW and PoS, but one that does not affect the privacy features/specification in any substantial measure (unless it improves upon them).

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October 03, 2015, 11:18:50 PM
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Yes, let's get back on topic please: 
 
Discussion of Aeon.  My fault for taking us into the weird; if you want to sling mud and argue about other currencies, there's plenty of other places to do it.

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October 04, 2015, 12:18:21 AM
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I don't want to fuel any further this off-topic venture into XDN, but...

Can of worms. Can of worms...

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The reality is, that ducknote, had none of the appeal, or the image/presentation that digitalnote claims today. For that reason, myself, and certainly many others, dismissed ducknote mining entirely, during what was - by far - the highest reward period.

It's kinda interesting to hear that viewpoint. I'm not a miner but an investor. When duckNote was launched with its name and low-fidelity logo I became very involved OTC, precisely because it was called duckNote. I remember picking up bags and bags of the stuff at around 0.00000006. It had, in my opinion, a massively radical down-to-earth and creative brand that, had the developer stuck to it, could have easily turned into something of an credible pandemic - kind of like a cryptonote version of Doge.

In the end the developer was a dick: practically uncontactable, no sense of community strategy, and then he goes and throws it all away...not just by rebranding once... but twice... eventually settling on digitalNote, which has to be the blandest, most sterile, most risable attempt at seriousness ever conceived. It's reminiscent of a student project that's desperately attempting to emulate the superficialities of a business world they have very little knowledge or experience of.

Should have stuck to duckNote. If not for the continuity and inertia, then surely for the seemingly genial brand.  
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October 04, 2015, 03:04:14 PM
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Good news from the Monero thread. Wolf0 is going to work on an open source AMD miner for CryptoNight. I hope someone is then able to tweak it for the CryptoNight-Lite algo.

Wolf0 has taken up working on an AMD open source miner!

https://forum.getmonero.org/7/open-tasks/2400/open-source-amd-miner-by-wolf0

Please check out the getmonero.org forum thread and add your comments or suggestions.
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October 05, 2015, 09:02:23 PM
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100k lot at auction.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1201232.0
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October 05, 2015, 09:10:42 PM
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Should have stuck to duckNote. If not for the continuity and inertia, then surely for the seemingly genial brand.  

duck is still in our pockets  Wink
But with evolution of blockchain and new features, digital is a way to go. ducknote is still one of XDNs alter ego. All in this story will fall into place over time - all duck/Dark/DigitalNote will be recognizable in different kind of clients, applications and    
use of XDN blockchain*. We will implement our vision in source code.

*actually block tape with transactions trees growing on it.

Sorry for interruption your AEON discussion here.

DigitalNote XDN website http://digitalnote.org
XDN 1st blockchain deposits with interest & instant untraceable crypto messages GUI https://github.com/xdn-project/digitalnotewallet/releases
Bitcointalk topic https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1082745.new#new
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Any literature on the PoW algorithm? Runs surprisingly low temp on my FX-8350
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