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October 03, 2016, 06:39:56 AM
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October 03, 2016, 06:41:13 AM
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windows wallet not work, number of connection 0  Huh
use addnode
addnode=103.253.43.162
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addnode=188.162.49.188
addnode=192.99.62.23
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October 03, 2016, 08:42:44 AM
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Dnaelor, I have lots of people asking about getting in on the slack group. Would you please open it up to the public? Programmers and game developers, and content creators would love to get involved on there. It's a place for them to collaborate as well, since the programmers and game developers have to work together to create a payout system for the game.

Also, I've found someone who would like to tackle the challenge of stabilizing the blockchain.

Well, it's impossible to set the slack "public". You need an invite to get in.
so I need an email address. Once one of your guys get in, they can invite others as well.

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October 03, 2016, 08:47:55 AM
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yeah if someone knows what's up with that, let me know.

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nice to see this mate i will re tweet this to help the community being aware on what the dev is planning for this project. i seen good movement from polo so i guess this might be the key and expect more to come good luck and thanks for sharing.

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October 03, 2016, 01:06:23 PM
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windows wallet not work, number of connection 0  Huh
use addnode
addnode=103.253.43.162
addnode=184.88.116.74
addnode=188.162.49.188
addnode=192.99.62.23
addnode=37.113.147.194
addnode=37.113.150.160
addnode=37.79.248.190
addnode=46.254.11.158
addnode=78.23.74.78
addnode=85.214.125.73
addnode=85.236.188.28
addnode=91.134.233.254
addnode=96.127.136.18

working  Grin

Are those mostly inbound? The only peer in this list that I can connect to (outbound) is 46.254.11.158, and it immediately disconnects me, like I've been banned.

I've had 1credit running for over a year without any peers connected, just found this thread now...


edit: I see protocol versions were bumped, and older ones were rejected (70023+ required, I was presenting 70022). Recompiled with the security fixes and now syncing.
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October 03, 2016, 05:52:54 PM
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Yeah so its nice that some "devs" are "working on games" and that there will be a "big announcement soon"
but we've seen other "coins" that ended up being a total scam recently
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1629217.0
This guy got close to $200k off a website and some doctored pictures.

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October 03, 2016, 10:43:25 PM
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We're taking alphatesters for our first arcade game! If you're interested, please email mail@1-credit.com. You will have first access to the game and help us evaluate and improve all features.

Also, we need to get the blockchain stabilized as soon as possible. I'm discussing a partnership with gaming site that has focused on paying out bitcoins in the past, but they have ran into some difficulty working with bitcoin lately. They would like to switch over to 1CR, but we need to ensure that our blockchain is stable enough to handle frequent transactions.
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October 03, 2016, 11:58:45 PM
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Just catching up on the more recent pages in this thread...

So 1CR deliberately had a difficulty algorithm with wild variation to try to make it difficult for multipools to jump in and out at will, but then the dev was scratching his head and wondering why the blockchain was so unstable, and has now left?

Code:
01-Oct-2016 05:02:31 height: 59099  difficulty: 79.15079118  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:11:21 height: 59100  difficulty: 85.65048474  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:19:39 height: 59101  difficulty: 79.14071013  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:28:29 height: 59102  difficulty: 85.5264808  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:30:10 height: 59103  difficulty: 79.14033681  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:31:51 height: 59104  difficulty: 93.79310345  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:33:32 height: 59105  difficulty: 94.44253048  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:35:12 height: 59106  difficulty: 94.98901597  tx: 2
01-Oct-2016 05:36:55 height: 59107  difficulty: 95.41362876  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:38:37 height: 59108  difficulty: 95.89957872  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:40:20 height: 59109  difficulty: 535.78726102  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:42:02 height: 59110  difficulty: 612.12938388  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:43:45 height: 59111  difficulty: 730.79621175  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:45:26 height: 59112  difficulty: 872.7717161  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:47:06 height: 59113  difficulty: 1091.05355252  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:48:49 height: 59114  difficulty: 1474.92949195  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:50:29 height: 59115  difficulty: 2272.82923174  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:07 height: 59116  difficulty: 5118.25496285  tx: 3
04-Oct-2016 01:06:49 height: 59117  difficulty: 16.45595371  tx: 2
04-Oct-2016 01:06:53 height: 59118  difficulty: 1.60244028  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:54 height: 59119  difficulty: 0.15260359  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:55 height: 59120  difficulty: 0.01451165  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:55 height: 59121  difficulty: 0.0013803  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:49 height: 59122  difficulty: 0.00024414  tx: 1

It really is all over the place - staying relatively stable for several blocks, then suddenly leaping from 95 to 5118 in the space of 8 blocks, then dropping back to minimum difficulty a few blocks later (an even more massive change).

I think adding PoS could help, since it will allow the network to continue to carry transactions when PoW difficulty is stuck at a high level. It would also make PoW attacks more difficult. A fixed PoS reward of 1CR would ensure that the supply stays linear, and more consistent (since PoS is far less likely to get stuck)
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October 04, 2016, 07:15:27 PM
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Just catching up on the more recent pages in this thread...

So 1CR deliberately had a difficulty algorithm with wild variation to try to make it difficult for multipools to jump in and out at will, but then the dev was scratching his head and wondering why the blockchain was so unstable, and has now left?

Code:
01-Oct-2016 05:02:31 height: 59099  difficulty: 79.15079118  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:11:21 height: 59100  difficulty: 85.65048474  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:19:39 height: 59101  difficulty: 79.14071013  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:28:29 height: 59102  difficulty: 85.5264808  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:30:10 height: 59103  difficulty: 79.14033681  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:31:51 height: 59104  difficulty: 93.79310345  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:33:32 height: 59105  difficulty: 94.44253048  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:35:12 height: 59106  difficulty: 94.98901597  tx: 2
01-Oct-2016 05:36:55 height: 59107  difficulty: 95.41362876  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:38:37 height: 59108  difficulty: 95.89957872  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:40:20 height: 59109  difficulty: 535.78726102  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:42:02 height: 59110  difficulty: 612.12938388  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:43:45 height: 59111  difficulty: 730.79621175  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:45:26 height: 59112  difficulty: 872.7717161  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:47:06 height: 59113  difficulty: 1091.05355252  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:48:49 height: 59114  difficulty: 1474.92949195  tx: 1
01-Oct-2016 05:50:29 height: 59115  difficulty: 2272.82923174  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:07 height: 59116  difficulty: 5118.25496285  tx: 3
04-Oct-2016 01:06:49 height: 59117  difficulty: 16.45595371  tx: 2
04-Oct-2016 01:06:53 height: 59118  difficulty: 1.60244028  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:54 height: 59119  difficulty: 0.15260359  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:55 height: 59120  difficulty: 0.01451165  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:55 height: 59121  difficulty: 0.0013803  tx: 1
04-Oct-2016 01:06:49 height: 59122  difficulty: 0.00024414  tx: 1

It really is all over the place - staying relatively stable for several blocks, then suddenly leaping from 95 to 5118 in the space of 8 blocks, then dropping back to minimum difficulty a few blocks later (an even more massive change).

I think adding PoS could help, since it will allow the network to continue to carry transactions when PoW difficulty is stuck at a high level. It would also make PoW attacks more difficult. A fixed PoS reward of 1CR would ensure that the supply stays linear, and more consistent (since PoS is far less likely to get stuck)

That is EXACTLY what we need. We need someone with blockchain knowledge who can help us fix this. Is that you, or would you please be able to direct us to someone who can? There is a strong 1CR community, full of people who are able to help us test and code games, write blog posts etc. All we need is a stable blockchain and we're golden.
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October 04, 2016, 11:17:49 PM
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Just want to make clear I won't EVER support a 1CR fork with PoS.

The intention of this coin is to be a decent PoW coin with 1 credit per block. We can change a lot, but emission schedule and the use of PoW will never change.

as I said already, to "stabilize the blockchain", we need a CPU friendly algo so people can just mine the coin using the wallet. if it becomes more valuable, maybe GPU's jump on board, but if they drop off, CPU will need to be able to take over without a huge delay. The only practical way forward, imho, is implementation of a proven CPU friendly algo, such as cryptonight.

I will repeat it again: I am looking into how to do it, but this will take time.

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October 05, 2016, 01:02:17 AM
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Okay, I'm glad to hear that you're on top of that. There is so much potential for collaborations and partnerships with other online gaming arcades once the blockchain has switched mining algos. I'm looking forward to it.
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October 05, 2016, 02:21:45 AM
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Just want to make clear I won't EVER support a 1CR fork with PoS.

The intention of this coin is to be a decent PoW coin with 1 credit per block. We can change a lot, but emission schedule and the use of PoW will never change.

Note that I suggested PoS with a fixed 1CR reward, which is not the same as "normal" weight based PoS - the block reward is 1 regardless of whether you last started your client yesterday, or 3 years ago. It's a mined block of fixed reward, not a variable interest payment.

So it's not a case of "the rich getting richer", more like, "anyone who holds a balance can mine."

Now, assuming you did understand that, why are you against PoS?
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October 05, 2016, 08:07:38 AM
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Give invite to slack please

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October 05, 2016, 08:21:42 AM
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Give invite to slack please

You need to provide email address in order to get invitation.

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October 05, 2016, 08:42:28 AM
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Just want to make clear I won't EVER support a 1CR fork with PoS.

The intention of this coin is to be a decent PoW coin with 1 credit per block. We can change a lot, but emission schedule and the use of PoW will never change.

Note that I suggested PoS with a fixed 1CR reward, which is not the same as "normal" weight based PoS - the block reward is 1 regardless of whether you last started your client yesterday, or 3 years ago. It's a mined block of fixed reward, not a variable interest payment.

So it's not a case of "the rich getting richer", more like, "anyone who holds a balance can mine."

Now, assuming you did understand that, why are you against PoS?

because it's stll the "rich getting richer", which is silly:
outsiders need to buy into this coin to participate, meanwhile insiders just make their balance go up by "mining" with PoS

also, PoS jut can't work because stake grinding attack for example. It all comes down to PoW eventually. PoS is just BS.

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October 05, 2016, 08:43:43 AM
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Give invite to slack please

send me a PM with a (temporarily) email address and I can get you in.
there does't exist a way to "open up" the slack to the public.

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October 05, 2016, 02:24:29 PM
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Just want to make clear I won't EVER support a 1CR fork with PoS.

The intention of this coin is to be a decent PoW coin with 1 credit per block. We can change a lot, but emission schedule and the use of PoW will never change.

Note that I suggested PoS with a fixed 1CR reward, which is not the same as "normal" weight based PoS - the block reward is 1 regardless of whether you last started your client yesterday, or 3 years ago. It's a mined block of fixed reward, not a variable interest payment.

So it's not a case of "the rich getting richer", more like, "anyone who holds a balance can mine."

Now, assuming you did understand that, why are you against PoS?

because it's stll the "rich getting richer", which is silly:
outsiders need to buy into this coin to participate, meanwhile insiders just make their balance go up by "mining" with PoS

also, PoS jut can't work because stake grinding attack for example. It all comes down to PoW eventually. PoS is just BS.

I'm suggesting hybrid PoW/PoS, not just PoS only. People with mining equipment/software can mine via PoW, or people can choose to buy and stake via PoS, or do a combination of both.

With a fixed reward PoS behaves just like PoW - the network mints (on average) a known number of blocks and credits each day. You don't earn interest on interest, just the right to compete with others to mint a new 1CR block.

Y'know PoW has attack vectors, too. Wink
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October 05, 2016, 05:08:16 PM
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Provide your email here to join the Slack team https://twitter.com/1CreditOfficial/status/783528143248363521

Once the blockchain is stabilized, 1CR will phucking soar . .  Shocked

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October 06, 2016, 11:40:56 PM
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We've moved most of our communications over to our Slack channel.

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