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July 24, 2014, 02:29:57 PM
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Thank you for the updates, nice work, looking forward to supporting this.
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July 30, 2014, 04:57:26 AM
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Component 1 - Complete. [Time Released Distribution]
I had to redesign the Fractional Excess / Fractional Rewarding System, it is now a True Time Released Rewarding System. My results from the past ~4 days are as follows:

target supply after 282 minutes = 17772.603791
actual supply after 282 minutes = 17657
supply percentage 99.349539 %

target supply after 1182 minutes = 74461.202504
actual supply after 1182 minutes = 74460
supply percentage 99.998385 %

target supply after 3810 minutes = 239709.230035
actual supply after 3810 minutes = 239666
supply percentage 99.981966 %

target supply after 5716 minutes = 359295.084881
actual supply after 5716 minutes = 359271
supply percentage 99.993297 %


Component 2 - Complete. [Upgrade Private Keys to 571 bit]
What a headache, but finally resolved. We are moving forward at quite a nice pace.

A] Sign Message using 571 Bit Private Key - Done
B] Encrypt Wallet - Done [but using aes_256] this will be upgraded in time away from EVP Key in Open SSL. Reason for staying at 256 aes is this is the maximum EVP_CIPHER size possible. To upgrade, I will need to write my own password based encryption using SK512/SK1024. This will be a post-launch update.

edit: currently resolving small issues in script.cpp/script.h from the 571 bit upgrade [OP_EQUALVERIFY] is where I have isolated the issue, but it could continue.
update: looks like problem is resolved... time will tell.




Component 3 - In Process. [UTM Rules, Solo Miners]
Now onto setting up UTM seed node rules, and building a getblocktemplate client [for miners]. Bitslapper is currently in final stages of developing GPU kernal. Keep posted for final updates before testnet launch

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edits: updated status on components 1 and 2, added more time data for component 1. re-posted for subscribers. added A and B below component 2

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July 30, 2014, 02:54:20 PM
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Looks like CoinShield is going to have plenty to do looking back at July.......no shortage of coin detritus that will surely be in need clean-up!
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July 30, 2014, 07:14:07 PM
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Looks like CoinShield is going to have plenty to do looking back at July.......no shortage of coin detritus that will surely be in need clean-up!


For SURE!  Unbelievable how much crap has been coming out!!
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July 31, 2014, 11:27:58 PM
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Can't wait... nuff said.
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August 01, 2014, 12:23:44 AM
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Can't wait... nuff said.
second that
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August 01, 2014, 03:15:09 AM
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August 01, 2014, 08:23:05 PM
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Looks like CoinShield is going to have plenty to do looking back at July.......no shortage of coin detritus that will surely be in need clean-up!
How many Coins were released in July? I count 76 ... (https://www.altcoincalendar.info/calendar) I wouldn't be surprise if the real number is 100+.  

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August 05, 2014, 03:50:51 AM
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Currently in final stages of Core Development.

Suffered slight operating system issues [enough for a bug to be created that was not there] that I did not rule out as the issue until later in debugging. This slowed things, but now I am back on track. Currently, everything works. The only coding left for me to do is adding RPC commands, Add some Security rules to Unified Time, and Update Synchronized Checkpoints.

A big Thanks to Everyone for their patience and support!
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August 05, 2014, 05:45:41 AM
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If everything you have been posting is true brother, it will soon be all of us thanking you!  Sounds like you have been coding like a crazy man for some weeks now!

Cool that you are posting consistent updates as you progress, that is a highly missed factor in most coin threads:-)
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August 05, 2014, 06:21:06 AM
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IMJim,

Everyday my friend. This has turned into a very large project since the pre-launch with all of the suggestions and my decision to implement them [among other features I had ideas for, but not the time]. I'm really happy with how this project has evolved, not only in the code, but the community beginning to grow around it.

Remember it is people such as yourself that will make this successful: by believing in it, using it, and bringing other people in on the vision of a brighter future that we can all create together.

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August 05, 2014, 04:41:29 PM
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I'm really happy with how this project has evolved, not only in the code, but the community beginning to grow around it.

Remember it is people such as yourself that will make this successful: by believing in it, using it, and bringing other people in on the vision of a brighter future that we can all create together.

Viz.

I probably missed this on the thread somewhere, but what are your plans for a community central hub?  Is there a coinshieldtalk.org in the plans, or a subreddit?  Sorry if I am missing something obvious here.

Also, what plans do you have for bringing more people onboard the development team?  I don't know that one primary coder is that sustainable for a project this size.

Do you plan to have a public review period of all the code you have developed?

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August 05, 2014, 08:56:05 PM
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I'm really happy with how this project has evolved, not only in the code, but the community beginning to grow around it.

Remember it is people such as yourself that will make this successful: by believing in it, using it, and bringing other people in on the vision of a brighter future that we can all create together.

Viz.

I probably missed this on the thread somewhere, but what are your plans for a community central hub?  Is there a coinshieldtalk.org in the plans, or a subreddit?  Sorry if I am missing something obvious here.

Also, what plans do you have for bringing more people onboard the development team?  I don't know that one primary coder is that sustainable for a project this size.

Do you plan to have a public review period of all the code you have developed?


Coinshieldtalk.org is set up and ready to go (you can register your username on there now).

One coin has already submitted a petition to become Coinshield verified: http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petition-to-become-coin-shield-verfied-appeals-to-remove-verification/103-negotium-ntm-coin   

We simply have not launched yet but anyone is welcome to comment/post/submit as of now.

Videlicet  will reply to your other questions,

Thanks
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August 05, 2014, 10:25:19 PM
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I'm really happy with how this project has evolved, not only in the code, but the community beginning to grow around it.

Remember it is people such as yourself that will make this successful: by believing in it, using it, and bringing other people in on the vision of a brighter future that we can all create together.

Viz.

I probably missed this on the thread somewhere, but what are your plans for a community central hub?  Is there a coinshieldtalk.org in the plans, or a subreddit?  Sorry if I am missing something obvious here.

Also, what plans do you have for bringing more people onboard the development team?  I don't know that one primary coder is that sustainable for a project this size.

Do you plan to have a public review period of all the code you have developed?

So far, it is just me. I have been working hard, and will not take anyone on the development team that will not continue that trend. One primary coder is perfectly sustainable, but eventually I want to become more of an overseer, helping others learn the code, improve it, ensuring quality, etc.. My only requirement to help develop is willingness to learn [your integrity will set your position of responsibility over time]. I will not make any sacrifices of the Vision of Coinshield for less personal work... That being said, it is me for now, but I'm sure that many great developers will join in time to continue to improve Coinshield... but we should always remember: better is the mortal enemy of good enough. Determining this point can have its difficulties.

The public review is tricky, maybe you wouldn't mind sharing your opinion. I have been contemplating, should we release the source code when the Coinshield Channels begin to function to Protect Coinshield from Forgery, or would you rather it be at launch. I already have been documenting the code for a DOxygen interface which is currently in development. This will allow you to review the streamlined structures in the code, but not be able to steal any of it.

I am thinking this will be the best solution [especially from private testing results, which really came down to 2 people out of 15] would be after the Exchange Channels are active, so that Coinshield will be protected. Certain layers of protection have to administered in the condition of the marketplace currently, but then again this is just my opinion.

What do you think?
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August 05, 2014, 10:29:08 PM
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This is an interesting concept but I highly doubt it will work.

It needs tons of support and since the start, there hasn't been much development and awareness.

I wish you luck but I don't think this will survive.

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August 05, 2014, 10:50:58 PM
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This is an interesting concept but I highly doubt it will work.

It needs tons of support and since the start, there hasn't been much development and awareness.

I wish you luck but I don't think this will survive.

Doubt precedes change, time will always tell.

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August 05, 2014, 11:12:25 PM
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I crie all da tiem.

Love the dedication.

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August 06, 2014, 12:56:36 AM
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I crie all da tiem.

Love the dedication.

It's the only way this can get done and survive. Success is directly proportional to effort applied [at least in an Ideal World], but in this world, perseverance is what will be the bridge towards an Ideal World. In that, we are at least making forward progress [and this is about the most I can ever expect].

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August 06, 2014, 01:34:37 AM
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I think it is vital to release source code along with the binaries at launch.

I did take a look at the test client, but most of the changes are quite internal and are hard to debug or understand without source code.
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August 06, 2014, 01:47:28 AM
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Thank you for this. If I may ask [to understand you better], why do you feel it is vital for the source code to be released upon launch?

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