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Author Topic: ★★ KoreCoin v2.0 ★★ [KORE]New ERA - VOIP WALLET -100% ANON - 100% PoS - PoBAnon  (Read 372157 times)
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April 29, 2015, 07:59:15 AM
Last edit: April 29, 2015, 10:06:56 PM by MikeMike
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Does the voip work? Is it NSA proof?
I am looking for private audio calls over the internet.
Cheers

Been a long time xxx!
Good to see you back.

We are moving forward as no, it will not be functional till our own is
added.

Stay tuned...

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April 29, 2015, 08:41:52 AM
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I'm using the new Windows wallet which MikeMike posted, but its still not syncing have any ideas how to fix the issue?  Thanks in advance!

Thanks for your support.

As long as it has some connections leave it open.
It will in time.
Being we are limited in stakers it will take some time.

If I copy the peers.dat file over to my Linux wallet will that work?  The Windows wallet has 0 active connections for hours.

Try this peers.dat file

https://mega.nz/#!ypg0GCba!ydP8dlwSgwfYS7UD-gaclFQlKiZ64bklRke5sAPDHKI


On OSX that will not work to my knowledge but will have to get back to you on the Linux.



Thanks MikeMike!  That peers.dat does work for my 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 LTS wallet I built from the git repo.

Fantastic!
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Please post that copy from Mega and I will include it and your post above on the main page.
Maybe it could help someone else.

Here is my Ubuntu Linux build of KoreCoin 2.0 staking wallet (no VoIP): https://mega.nz/#!Nk110QaT!yuf_cVCyKtXoJufgi3kJk6VcvsC4r92WP4ZMtnBrbeY
Version: 64 bit Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS Trusty

Prerequisites (Needs boost 1.55, Berkeley db4.8++):
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:boost-latest/ppa
sudo apt-get install unzip qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost1.55-all-dev libssl-dev libdb4.8++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libminiupnpc8
sudo apt-get upgrade

unzip korecoin-qt.zip
chmod u+x korecoin-qt
korecoin-qt

Then exit and replace the .KoreCoin/peers.dat with the one above

Re-launch wallet
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April 29, 2015, 08:44:32 AM
Last edit: April 30, 2015, 03:54:11 AM by grue
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I'm using the new Windows wallet which MikeMike posted, but its still not syncing have any ideas how to fix the issue?  Thanks in advance!

Thanks for your support.

As long as it has some connections leave it open.
It will in time.
Being we are limited in stakers it will take some time.

If I copy the peers.dat file over to my Linux wallet will that work?  The Windows wallet has 0 active connections for hours.

Try this peers.dat file

https://mega.nz/#!ypg0GCba!ydP8dlwSgwfYS7UD-gaclFQlKiZ64bklRke5sAPDHKI


On OSX that will not work to my knowledge but will have to get back to you on the Linux.



Thanks MikeMike!  That peers.dat does work for my 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 LTS wallet I built from the git repo.

Fantastic!
 Smiley

Please post that copy from Mega and I will include it and your post above on the main page.
Maybe it could help someone else.

Here is my Ubuntu Linux build of KoreCoin 2.0 staking wallet (no VoIP): https://mega.nz/#!Nk110QaT!yuf_cVCyKtXoJufgi3kJk6VcvsC4r92WP4ZMtnBrbeY
Version: 64 bit Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS Trusty

Prerequisites (Needs boost 1.55, Berkeley db4.8++):
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:boost-latest/ppa
sudo apt-get install unzip qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost1.55-all-dev libssl-dev libdb4.8++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libminiupnpc8
sudo apt-get upgrade

unzip korecoin-qt.zip
chmod u+x korecoin-qt
korecoin-qt

Then exit and replace the .KoreCoin/peers.dat with the one above

Re-launch wallet

Well Done and thank you!
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April 29, 2015, 10:01:24 AM
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Does the voip work? Is it NSA proof?
I am looking for private audio calls over the internet.
Cheers

Been a long time xxx!
Good to see you back.

We are moving forward as no it will not be functional till our own is
added.

Stay tuned...

MM

Ok, awaiting for some updates!
Cheers Mike


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April 29, 2015, 11:31:30 PM
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So much new people here  Grin
nice to see you all and welcome to the korecommunity without the 5 years old child Eurbids who left this beautiful community and pleyed with our trust in him.
seems to me the reason why people left this community was Eurbids.

I think we should join the new threat mikemike created and leave this one, i think the 5 years old child will show up and delete the posts.

To The Jupiter MOOOOOON

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April 30, 2015, 01:15:36 AM
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So much new people here  Grin
nice to see you all and welcome to the korecommunity without the 5 years old child Eurbids who left this beautiful community and pleyed with our trust in him.
seems to me the reason why people left this community was Eurbids.

I think we should join the new threat mikemike created and leave this one, i think the 5 years old child will show up and delete the posts.

To The Jupiter MOOOOOON

Hiya btcage,

We always appreciate you dropping by as you have been here from the beginning.
I know you have a tough schedule, so thanks for all the support
you give behind the scenes!

Sincerely,
MM

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April 30, 2015, 01:25:15 AM
Last edit: May 01, 2015, 10:55:06 PM by MikeMike
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★  TAKE THE POLL!  ★

 

This is a very important part of the process to meet user needs and wants
which could greatly impact public adoption. It only takes a minuet.  Smiley

We want to know your thoughts on the most important features
you deem necessary to get you to switch Mobile Devices.
We value your contribution in being part of this poll
and in the development of the KorePhone's Æther OS.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/ther-apps-coders-shout-ground-floor-t2956802

This is for the doubters:
Remember, Everything goes full circle.






Join Us!

"Strong minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, weak minds discuss people."


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May 01, 2015, 08:45:35 AM
Last edit: May 01, 2015, 03:27:15 PM by MikeMike
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Kore Website:

http://korecoin.net/#


Changes will be made to reflect the future direction we invision
KoreCoin taking and will include those changes next week.
"Ideas Welcomed"
We had our thoughts Eurbids was going to pull one if his stunts
so we saved the site just in case.
I apologize for not getting all the Wallets so if you have a copy
of the recent OSX or Linux KoreCoin Wallets please PM me.



I want to thank a recent addition to the Kore Team for getting the site up as quick as they did!
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May 01, 2015, 05:43:25 PM
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Kore Website:

http://korecoin.net/#


Changes will be made to reflect the future direction we invision
KoreCoin taking and will include those changes next week.
"Ideas Welcomed"
We had our thoughts Eurbids was going to pull one if his stunts
so we saved the site just in case.
I apologize for not getting all the Wallets so if you have a copy
of the recent OSX or Linux KoreCoin Wallets please PM me.



I want to thank a recent addition to the Kore Team for getting the site up as quick as they did!
 Smiley

I would like to thank our new team member as well!
 Smiley


They are already making changes to the website.
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Kore Website:

http://korecoin.net/#


Changes will be made to reflect the future direction we invision
KoreCoin taking and will include those changes next week.
"Ideas Welcomed"
We had our thoughts Eurbids was going to pull one if his stunts
so we saved the site just in case.
I apologize for not getting all the Wallets so if you have a copy
of the recent OSX or Linux KoreCoin Wallets please PM me.



I want to thank a recent addition to the Kore Team for getting the site up as quick as they did!
 Smiley

I would like to thank our new team member as well!
 Smiley


They are already making changes to the website.
 Smiley


Way to go KORE Team!!!
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Congrats to the KORE Team!!!
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May 01, 2015, 07:33:55 PM
Last edit: May 01, 2015, 10:33:51 PM by MikeMike
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Source Code - GitHub Link:

https://github.com/KoreTeam/KoreCoin

Again, a BIG THANKS! to our new team member.
                     Smiley

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May 01, 2015, 10:52:19 PM
Last edit: May 02, 2015, 02:51:15 AM by MikeMike
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The Kore Team has decided to fast track the Security end
of the Æther Kripton OS.
This will give a highly compelling reason to use the Kore Wallet
till we reapply the VoIP Services.
 Grin

WE are building a NEW KORE TEAM and are in talks with many people.
Could you donate your skills, time and even BTC to support the projects?
We have already spent tens of thousands of dollars and with this added project
moving KoreCoin into the future we Need Your Support!

BTC Donation Address:  166ppAWTyJxrc1ThkNJWfMDu33iBXqpAoU
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=668886.msg9625014#msg9625014

EDIT:
We have yet another addition to the Kore Team.
 Smiley

Please PM me if you are sincerely interested in shaking things up a bit!
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Support the Kore Network. Stake some coins...
MM

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May 02, 2015, 05:34:11 AM
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My main idea for Kore is to Stake to Make calls and possibly share stake to pay for better service by paying for the infrastructure, or Burn part of the stake into new Coin so that making calls makes better PoS! Then it grows exponentially by more use equals more PoS returns. Also connect to a VPN to make calls and your wallet address will stake while making a call. Verification of the wallet and subsequently the address becomes the Shared Key on the VPN with a variable secret Stake Math equation made of coin to secure the requested wallet address on the VPN. If these 2 levels are met then com goes through, anything else becomes garble on the line and doesn't complete end points.

So this would increase staking by usage and secure the network by default as use occurs. Other scenarios could be entertained too. But we could call it Kore 5x5 maybe?
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May 02, 2015, 06:13:00 AM
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My main idea for Kore is to Stake to Make calls and possibly share stake to pay for better service by paying for the infrastructure, or Burn part of the stake into new Coin so that making calls makes better PoS! Then it grows exponentially by more use equals more PoS returns. Also connect to a VPN to make calls and your wallet address will stake while making a call. Verification of the wallet and subsequently the address becomes the Shared Key on the VPN with a variable secret Stake Math equation made of coin to secure the requested wallet address on the VPN. If these 2 levels are met then com goes through, anything else becomes garble on the line and doesn't complete end points.

So this would increase staking by usage and secure the network by default as use occurs. Other scenarios could be entertained too. But we could call it Kore 5x5 maybe?

We will bring up all your ideas at the next meeting.
Thanks for contributing!


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May 02, 2015, 07:26:04 AM
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With the enthusiastic team behind KoreCoin now I genuinely have high hopes for this project, if the community works together it has the potential to outlive the majority of coins around at the moment.

I'd ask fellow members here to get behind both KoreCoin and Viorcoin as they both have the potential to be a huge success, it's rare that Altcoins bring any new ideas or innovation to the table.

There's quite a few folks here (myself included) who were around when Bitcoin was trading at $2 and your average joe, or in my cases family members thought I was nuts to bother wasting time and electricity mining Smiley

Good ideas sometimes take time to gain mass adoption Smiley

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My main idea for Kore is to Stake to Make calls and possibly share stake to pay for better service by paying for the infrastructure, or Burn part of the stake into new Coin so that making calls makes better PoS! Then it grows exponentially by more use equals more PoS returns. Also connect to a VPN to make calls and your wallet address will stake while making a call. Verification of the wallet and subsequently the address becomes the Shared Key on the VPN with a variable secret Stake Math equation made of coin to secure the requested wallet address on the VPN. If these 2 levels are met then com goes through, anything else becomes garble on the line and doesn't complete end points.

So this would increase staking by usage and secure the network by default as use occurs. Other scenarios could be entertained too. But we could call it Kore 5x5 maybe?

We will bring up all your ideas at the next meeting.
Thanks for contributing!



You Bet... Glad to help!

I have come to the conclusion that the only coins which will be worth anything will be those that support services of some type, be it Drive Space, File Sharing, VOIP etc.
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May 03, 2015, 01:02:50 AM
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Hello Kore family i have fund the osx wallet which we need in my macboock , just let me know please howe and where to upload.
Big love to you all, specially to MM

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May 03, 2015, 04:09:50 AM
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Hello Kore family i have fund the osx wallet which we need in my macboock , just let me know please howe and where to upload.
Big love to you all, specially to MM

Btcage

Right back at you, Btcage.  We're here for each other.  This is what makes a community.

If you have the original downloaded file (zip/archive) then please upload a copy to http://mega.nz and paste a link here for us.  Thank you.

If you are referring to an installed wallet and you want to repackage it for people to use, then I would ask that someone here who has Mac experience please provide Btcage instructions on how to do that.  Thanks guys.

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Hi all. Just found Kore when mikemike posted the new backup thread. Refreshing to see projects with real development. Some very interesting features here. Sad that your main man vanished it seems.

I am happy to stake 24/7 for quite a while. I'm slowly buying some on Bittrex (hopefully get my fill before v3.0 release). I will stake some or most of my own at first. If anyone wants to help get the wallet underway KBMrQs4T4mrdUJn8Q7R2cKz915Sk228T2t   I will always stake any donations, I will only trade coins that I purchase. Still syncing so should be underway in a few hrs.

I will lurk around the thread and give my input when I think its necessary. All the best in moving this project forward mikemike.

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seems to be stuck on block 297653 for about an hour

off to watch motogp, see how its going in another hour or 2

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