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October 16, 2016, 06:18:51 PM
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Wait, wut? All of the mystery miner blocks are credited to the exact same address? This just gets stranger.

(I thought that using a single address may have been another "innovation" from the dev to encourage miners to hodl, but in my transaction list the mined blocks go to a different address each time, as one would expect.)
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October 17, 2016, 06:09:11 AM
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Very possible I am just not understanding some basic thing about mining or am otherwise generally confused. I hope that somebody who understands this stuff can unjumblefuck the mining so that it produces steady blocks in a fair way, since that is what has given this coin an edge, and hopefully the game project Vern is working on will turn out to be legitimate. My brain has to regenerate for a while before I can look at that blockchain again.

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October 17, 2016, 08:46:19 AM
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Very possible I am just not understanding some basic thing about mining or am otherwise generally confused.

Every PoW coin I've ever mined assigns a brand new address for every block it creates (following the broad "new transaction, new address" rule). It's very unusual to see two or more different PoW block rewards being credited to the same address. It does show that apparently the one miner created hundreds of blocks in a row, which in a fair and normal running network seems unlikely.
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October 17, 2016, 02:41:36 PM
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Somebody over here knowing until approx. when the 1CR blockchain is still stuck ??
When will the 1CR blockchain resume again?

A good estimate, even based on past occurences would be greatly appreciated.
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October 17, 2016, 02:49:09 PM
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Somebody over here knowing until approx. when the 1CR blockchain is still stuck ??
When will the 1CR blockchain resume again?

A good estimate, even based on past occurences would be greatly appreciated.

It's been about 4 days so probably fairly soon, but see recent messages about some serious blockchain manipulation.

If you're sending or receiving 1CR then it should still get through - the sending wallet will retry if the chain reorganises and the transaction disappears - but trying to mine will probably be a waste of time.
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October 17, 2016, 04:31:43 PM
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Hello almightyruler,

Is somebody even working on fixing the 1CR blockchain stuck issue, so that it won't happen in future anymore?

Somebody needs to remove the difficulty algo which is utter CRAP and completely REWRITE it from scratch.
Perferably a team of devs with enough knowledge and experience, who know what they are actually doing.

Any chances this will happen ??
At least the new group supporting 1CR should publish some info about the steps and measures taken, to fix
the blockchain, rather than ignoring the topic as if there was no problem at all. The users have a right to know.
Otherwise people will lose confidence in the coin at some point, but maybe that's too difficult to understand for them.
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October 17, 2016, 06:07:01 PM
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Hello almightyruler,

Is somebody even working on fixing the 1CR blockchain stuck issue, so that it won't happen in future anymore?

Somebody needs to remove the difficulty algo which is utter CRAP and completely REWRITE it from scratch.
Perferably a team of devs with enough knowledge and experience, who know what they are actually doing.

Any chances this will happen ??
At least the new group supporting 1CR should publish some info about the steps and measures taken, to fix
the blockchain, rather than ignoring the topic as if there was no problem at all. The users have a right to know.
Otherwise people will lose confidence in the coin at some point, but maybe that's too difficult to understand for them.

I am looking into it. Could take weeks or months. I am not an experienced coin dev.
If anyone who has experience with this knows a "quick fix", please contact me.

But the only long term solution I see is adopting a CPU friendly algo. And maybe change the difficulty algo as well.

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October 18, 2016, 12:14:40 AM
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Blockchain moved again (briefly)

Code:
13-Oct-2016 16:05:42 UTC+0 height: 60710  difficulty: 4189.79652439  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:11 UTC+0 height: 60711  difficulty: 5407.41186158  tx: 6
17-Oct-2016 18:19:43 UTC+0 height: 60712  difficulty: 5.03686162  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:45 UTC+0 height: 60713  difficulty: 0.33615277  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:46 UTC+0 height: 60714  difficulty: 0.02229077  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:47 UTC+0 height: 60715  difficulty: 0.00147649  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:49 UTC+0 height: 60716  difficulty: 0.00024414  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:49 UTC+0 height: 60717  difficulty: 0.00024414  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:50 UTC+0 height: 60718  difficulty: 0.07403596  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:50 UTC+0 height: 60719  difficulty: 0.40130185  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:51 UTC+0 height: 60720  difficulty: 0.56167882  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:52 UTC+0 height: 60721  difficulty: 0.56175586  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:53 UTC+0 height: 60722  difficulty: 0.56448001  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:54 UTC+0 height: 60723  difficulty: 0.76363319  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:54 UTC+0 height: 60724  difficulty: 1.21825854  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:19:55 UTC+0 height: 60725  difficulty: 267.33635031  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:20:00 UTC+0 height: 60726  difficulty: 503.88827151  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:20:47 UTC+0 height: 60727  difficulty: 373.26095179  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:20:57 UTC+0 height: 60728  difficulty: 80.16015825  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:21:09 UTC+0 height: 60729  difficulty: 99.92888158  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:21:11 UTC+0 height: 60730  difficulty: 154.77471493  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:21:35 UTC+0 height: 60731  difficulty: 379.66371721  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:30:55 UTC+0 height: 60732  difficulty: 6274.93120064  tx: 2
17-Oct-2016 18:31:01 UTC+0 height: 60733  difficulty: 1052.25857586  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:33:27 UTC+0 height: 60734  difficulty: 1155.35036566  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:33:40 UTC+0 height: 60735  difficulty: 1190.01224674  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:36:05 UTC+0 height: 60736  difficulty: 1248.70598538  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:44:01 UTC+0 height: 60737  difficulty: 1609.7699944  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:44:38 UTC+0 height: 60738  difficulty: 1032.9353399  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:45:17 UTC+0 height: 60739  difficulty: 1494.90736931  tx: 1
17-Oct-2016 18:46:11 UTC+0 height: 60740  difficulty: 6470.83726564  tx: 1

Flurry of low diff blocks for 44 seconds after the "stalled" block was solved, then the diff rapidly rose again. Note that block 60732 (diff 6274.93120064) was solved in about 9 minutes.
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October 18, 2016, 12:19:57 AM
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I am looking into it. Could take weeks or months. I am not an experienced coin dev.
If anyone who has experience with this knows a "quick fix", please contact me.

A quick fix would be to change the difficulty algo to something besides KGW, but if there really is significant hash power working on this coin (even briefly, if a pool switches in) it would probably still be susceptible to massive difficulty swings.

The price rising on polo probably hasn't helped, since a lot more people are suddenly interested in mining this coin. Wink
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October 18, 2016, 10:21:06 AM
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If anyone has problems with their wallet (node), you can follow this guide:

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October 19, 2016, 10:52:26 PM
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Assuming that the 'KimotoGravityWellTW' function is doing what it is supposed to (1 hour min, about 6 days max(or 1 day max? I'm not really sure, either way, the diff is going to be hell)):

https://github.com/s4w3d0ff/1credit/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L1334
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unsigned int static GetNextWorkRequired(const CBlockIndex* pindexLast, const CBlockHeader *pblock)
{
        static const int64 BlocksTargetSpacing =  TargetSpacing;
        static const unsigned int TimeDaySeconds = 60 * 60 * 24;
        int64 PastSecondsMin = TimeDaySeconds * 0.01;
        int64 PastSecondsMax = TimeDaySeconds * 0.14;
        uint64 PastBlocksMin = PastSecondsMin / BlocksTargetSpacing;
        uint64 PastBlocksMax = PastSecondsMax / BlocksTargetSpacing;

        if (pindexLast->nHeight <= FIRST_KGW_BLOCK) {
  return OldGetNextWorkRequired(pindexLast, pblock);
}
        if (pindexLast->nHeight <= FIRST_KGWTW_BLOCK) {
  return KimotoGravityWell(pindexLast, pblock, BlocksTargetSpacing, PastBlocksMin, PastBlocksMax);
        }
        if (pindexLast->nHeight < FIRST_KGWMB_BLOCK) {
            return KimotoGravityWellTW(pindexLast, pblock, BlocksTargetSpacing, 7, 168);  // 1 hour min, 1 day max
        }
        return KimotoGravityWellTW(pindexLast, pblock, BlocksTargetSpacing, 7, 1024);  // 1 hour min, about 6 days max
}

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       if (pindexLast->nHeight < FIRST_KGWMB_BLOCK) {
            return KimotoGravityWellTW(pindexLast, pblock, BlocksTargetSpacing, 7, 168);  // 1 hour min, 1 day max
        }
        return KimotoGravityWellTW(pindexLast, pblock, BlocksTargetSpacing, 7, 1024);  // 1 hour min, about 6 days max

Then one can assume that a large miner could jump in at a low diff, starting with a small amount of hashing power then exponentially (and quickly) increase the power until the difficulty goes through the roof. Then the miner exits the network (or lowers the hash power to a minimal) until the high diff block gets solved and the diff goes super low, repeat.

Not sure if this is malicious, probably just a profit switching pool (or a troll, but is there a difference?), but the miner with massive power could double spend if they wanted (if they haven't already). You could try a simple fix and adjust the parameters above and try to reduce the damage from profit pools, but if it is a troll, adjusting the above would probably do nothing. You would have have to do a major rewrite or push out a new coin.

IMO, to 'quick fix', maybe start with adjusting the "1 hour min" to something higher or the max to something closer to 1 hour. Good luck!

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October 20, 2016, 01:07:55 AM
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Any ETA on the withdrawal/deposit issue on Poloniex? This might hurt 1CR's growth after the launch tomorrow.
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October 20, 2016, 02:13:26 AM
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Any ETA on the withdrawal/deposit issue on Poloniex? This might hurt 1CR's growth after the launch tomorrow.

This is the answer i got from polo a couple of days ago

Thank you for getting in touch.

The 1CR wallet is undergoing maintenance and unfortunately we do not have an ETA as for when it will be back up and running. Rest assured that we will attempt to resolve all wallet related issues as soon as possible.

We appreciate your patience regarding this matter.

Best regards,

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October 20, 2016, 03:02:12 AM
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Any ETA on the withdrawal/deposit issue on Poloniex? This might hurt 1CR's growth after the launch tomorrow.

This is the answer i got from polo a couple of days ago

Thank you for getting in touch.

The 1CR wallet is undergoing maintenance and unfortunately we do not have an ETA as for when it will be back up and running. Rest assured that we will attempt to resolve all wallet related issues as soon as possible.

We appreciate your patience regarding this matter.

Best regards,

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That's too bad. I wanted to play some games on the arcade tomorrow but looks like that isn't going to happen. Hope they fix it soon.
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October 20, 2016, 06:07:54 AM
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yes,I think it takes one week wait   Undecided Undecided
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October 20, 2016, 01:14:11 PM
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Should be very interesting..

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October 20, 2016, 01:15:51 PM
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mining at the start?HuhHuh
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October 20, 2016, 02:14:35 PM
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someone has just posted this on Poloniex trollbox, seems way too similar to the apparent 1CR game?

https://codecanyon.net/item/bionic-race-html5-running-game/18042591
and this twitter background image: https://twitter.com/1CreditOfficial
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October 20, 2016, 03:45:42 PM
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Care to explain this 1cr?

The 2nd game you plan to release https://twitter.com/LunyAndrew/status/789128297607106560

and here's your 3rd game.

https://twitter.com/LunyAndrew/status/789132902537699328

So I guess you just buy all of your games from code canyon eh? So much for game devs.
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October 20, 2016, 05:19:27 PM
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Care to explain this 1cr?

The 2nd game you plan to release https://twitter.com/LunyAndrew/status/789128297607106560

and here's your 3rd game.

https://twitter.com/LunyAndrew/status/789132902537699328

So I guess you just buy all of your games from code canyon eh? So much for game devs.

Looks like a big flop coin, classic PND.

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