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September 23, 2014, 08:23:48 PM
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Real HYPsters would not have dumped so many Coins.

Goonies never say dump


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September 23, 2014, 09:01:18 PM
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Real HYPsters would not have dumped so many Coins.

Goonies never say dump


Goonies never say pump  Smiley


hmmm... I smell a t-shirt design a cookin

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
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September 24, 2014, 02:26:32 AM
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HyperDigest #1

I placed it into the HDJ because 1) this is nothing new 2) I wanted to prove a point (activity), not just to make a summary. Maybe it would be good to cross-post here, what do you think?

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September 24, 2014, 06:20:55 AM
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is coin swap site down guys cant log in

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September 24, 2014, 07:37:11 AM
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is coin swap site down guys cant log in

Looks like Coin Swap is down.

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September 24, 2014, 08:02:11 AM
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is there a way to see how many HYP are generated/minted in the last 24 hours? or 1 week / 1 month?

i know that the max generation is 960,000 with 960 blocks all generating 1,000 stake

960,000 HYP * current price of 0.000024 BTC = 23.04 BTC worth of HYP max generation / day

but actual number is probably much lower than that

i was thinking about this since for new investors looking at HYP and seeing 750% annual interest, the first impression might be too much inflation they would have to research further to understand how the inflation control mechanism of HYP works

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September 24, 2014, 08:40:08 AM
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is there a way to see how many HYP are generated/minted in the last 24 hours? or 1 week / 1 month?

i know that the max generation is 960,000 with 960 blocks all generating 1,000 stake

960,000 HYP * current price of 0.000024 BTC = 23.04 BTC worth of HYP max generation / day

but actual number is probably much lower than that

i was thinking about this since for new investors looking at HYP and seeing 750% annual interest, the first impression might be too much inflation they would have to research further to understand how the inflation control mechanism of HYP works

Yes, actual numbers are far from daily generation cap now. You can find the total number of coins minted here. Check it from time to time and you'll have an idea how many HYP are generated per day.

To understand the Inflation Control Mechanism, please read this article.

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September 24, 2014, 09:40:10 AM
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is there a way to see how many HYP are generated/minted in the last 24 hours? or 1 week / 1 month?

i know that the max generation is 960,000 with 960 blocks all generating 1,000 stake

960,000 HYP * current price of 0.000024 BTC = 23.04 BTC worth of HYP max generation / day

but actual number is probably much lower than that

i was thinking about this since for new investors looking at HYP and seeing 750% annual interest, the first impression might be too much inflation they would have to research further to understand how the inflation control mechanism of HYP works

Yes, actual numbers are far from daily generation cap now. You can find the total number of coins minted here. Check it from time to time and you'll have an idea how many HYP are generated per day.

To understand the Inflation Control Mechanism, please read this article.

Personally, I find the easiest way is to go to the Help / Debug / Console section of the wallet, and type " moneysupply " - it shows you "supply change" there - so for example, the last:
supply change(last 960 blocks)" : 317269.94208800, (that's 1 day)
"supply change(last 6,720 blocks)" : 1998888.41925900, (last 7 days)
"supply change(last 28,800 blocks)" : 6077268.07868000, (last 30 days)

Then, from that you can figure how many coins are generated, per block..... 317269 / 960 Blocks = 330 HYP per block generated.

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September 24, 2014, 10:29:23 AM
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wow! that is exactly what i was looking for.  Thank you for the information.

that is one nifty and informative command "moneysuppy"

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September 24, 2014, 10:30:50 AM
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is there a way to see how many HYP are generated/minted in the last 24 hours? or 1 week / 1 month?

i know that the max generation is 960,000 with 960 blocks all generating 1,000 stake

960,000 HYP * current price of 0.000024 BTC = 23.04 BTC worth of HYP max generation / day

but actual number is probably much lower than that

i was thinking about this since for new investors looking at HYP and seeing 750% annual interest, the first impression might be too much inflation they would have to research further to understand how the inflation control mechanism of HYP works

Yes, actual numbers are far from daily generation cap now. You can find the total number of coins minted here. Check it from time to time and you'll have an idea how many HYP are generated per day.

To understand the Inflation Control Mechanism, please read this article.

Personally, I find the easiest way is to go to the Help / Debug / Console section of the wallet, and type " moneysupply " - it shows you "supply change" there - so for example, the last:
supply change(last 960 blocks)" : 317269.94208800, (that's 1 day)
"supply change(last 6,720 blocks)" : 1998888.41925900, (last 7 days)
"supply change(last 28,800 blocks)" : 6077268.07868000, (last 30 days)

Then, from that you can figure how many coins are generated, per block..... 317269 / 960 Blocks = 330 HYP per block generated.



You should also know that only a fraction of this amount reaches exchanges. The rest is accumulated in staking holdings.

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September 24, 2014, 10:42:42 AM
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is there a way to see how many HYP are generated/minted in the last 24 hours? or 1 week / 1 month?

i know that the max generation is 960,000 with 960 blocks all generating 1,000 stake

960,000 HYP * current price of 0.000024 BTC = 23.04 BTC worth of HYP max generation / day

but actual number is probably much lower than that

i was thinking about this since for new investors looking at HYP and seeing 750% annual interest, the first impression might be too much inflation they would have to research further to understand how the inflation control mechanism of HYP works

Yes, actual numbers are far from daily generation cap now. You can find the total number of coins minted here. Check it from time to time and you'll have an idea how many HYP are generated per day.

To understand the Inflation Control Mechanism, please read this article.

Personally, I find the easiest way is to go to the Help / Debug / Console section of the wallet, and type " moneysupply " - it shows you "supply change" there - so for example, the last:
supply change(last 960 blocks)" : 317269.94208800, (that's 1 day)
"supply change(last 6,720 blocks)" : 1998888.41925900, (last 7 days)
"supply change(last 28,800 blocks)" : 6077268.07868000, (last 30 days)

Then, from that you can figure how many coins are generated, per block..... 317269 / 960 Blocks = 330 HYP per block generated.



You should also know that only a fraction of this amount reaches exchanges. The rest is accumulated in staking holdings.

Definitely..... there's a battle on to build up your stake!
A while back I ran a quick analysis to see how much % of HYP is held in the top 100 wallets - I wonder what the figure is now Smiley
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September 24, 2014, 02:50:22 PM
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Multiple port scan and SSH brute-force attacks detected. Moving to a cold storage. Will investigate these issues. Use a firewall to close all you open ports and hide your PC behind NAT (a router). Encrypt your wallet with a password no less than 10 symbols long. Use a personal firewall and network monitor to prevent keylogging. Don't install untrusted applications. Beware of phishing attacks. Do virus scans. Ideally place your holdings on a separate Linux computer behind NAT you don't work with.

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September 24, 2014, 03:03:49 PM
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Multiple port scan and SSH brute-force attacks detected. Moving to a cold storage. Will investigate these issues. Use a firewall to close all you open ports and hide your PC behind NAT (a router). Encrypt your wallet with a password no less than 10 symbols long. Use a personal firewall and network monitor to prevent keylogging. Don't install untrusted applications. Beware of phishing attacks. Do virus scans. Ideally place your holdings on a separate Linux computer behind NAT you don't work with.

Attacks coming through the client?  I am not noticing anything strange on my end.

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September 24, 2014, 04:30:16 PM
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Multiple port scan and SSH brute-force attacks detected. Moving to a cold storage. Will investigate these issues. Use a firewall to close all you open ports and hide your PC behind NAT (a router). Encrypt your wallet with a password no less than 10 symbols long. Use a personal firewall and network monitor to prevent keylogging. Don't install untrusted applications. Beware of phishing attacks. Do virus scans. Ideally place your holdings on a separate Linux computer behind NAT you don't work with.

Attacks coming through the client?  I am not noticing anything strange on my end.

reverse mapping checking getaddrinfo for srv2.llactatec.com [192.157.236.128] failed - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT!
Sep 22 07:30:13 ***** sshd[4480]: Accepted publickey for ***** from 192.157.236.128 port 40654 ssh2
Sep 22 07:30:13 *****  sshd[4480]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user ***** by (uid=0)
Sep 22 07:30:14 *****  sshd[4337]: Failed password for invalid user melody from 70.39.76.18 port 19595 ssh2

The whole range of ports is scanned. There are chinese IPs.
 

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Multiple port scan and SSH brute-force attacks detected. Moving to a cold storage. Will investigate these issues. Use a firewall to close all you open ports and hide your PC behind NAT (a router). Encrypt your wallet with a password no less than 10 symbols long. Use a personal firewall and network monitor to prevent keylogging. Don't install untrusted applications. Beware of phishing attacks. Do virus scans. Ideally place your holdings on a separate Linux computer behind NAT you don't work with.

Attacks coming through the client?  I am not noticing anything strange on my end.

reverse mapping checking getaddrinfo for srv2.llactatec.com [192.157.236.128] failed - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT!
Sep 22 07:30:13 ***** sshd[4480]: Accepted publickey for ***** from 192.157.236.128 port 40654 ssh2
Sep 22 07:30:13 *****  sshd[4480]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user ***** by (uid=0)
Sep 22 07:30:14 *****  sshd[4337]: Failed password for invalid user melody from 70.39.76.18 port 19595 ssh2

The whole range of ports is scanned. There are chinese IPs.
 

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September 24, 2014, 05:24:22 PM
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Multiple port scan and SSH brute-force attacks detected. Moving to a cold storage. Will investigate these issues. Use a firewall to close all you open ports and hide your PC behind NAT (a router). Encrypt your wallet with a password no less than 10 symbols long. Use a personal firewall and network monitor to prevent keylogging. Don't install untrusted applications. Beware of phishing attacks. Do virus scans. Ideally place your holdings on a separate Linux computer behind NAT you don't work with.

Attacks coming through the client?  I am not noticing anything strange on my end.

reverse mapping checking getaddrinfo for srv2.llactatec.com [192.157.236.128] failed - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT!
Sep 22 07:30:13 ***** sshd[4480]: Accepted publickey for ***** from 192.157.236.128 port 40654 ssh2
Sep 22 07:30:13 *****  sshd[4480]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user ***** by (uid=0)
Sep 22 07:30:14 *****  sshd[4337]: Failed password for invalid user melody from 70.39.76.18 port 19595 ssh2

The whole range of ports is scanned. There are chinese IPs.
 

Jump on ##hyperstake-dev when you have a chance.

Also for me this seems to not be a problem for me, i am using the -debugnet=1 startup switch and not seeing the same activity.


Need to work up the log to find possible vulnerabilities. We should develop a big security manual.

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Must stake between 9/22 and 10/12.
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Multiple port scan and SSH brute-force attacks detected. Moving to a cold storage. Will investigate these issues. Use a firewall to close all you open ports and hide your PC behind NAT (a router). Encrypt your wallet with a password no less than 10 symbols long. Use a personal firewall and network monitor to prevent keylogging. Don't install untrusted applications. Beware of phishing attacks. Do virus scans. Ideally place your holdings on a separate Linux computer behind NAT you don't work with.

Attacks coming through the client?  I am not noticing anything strange on my end.

reverse mapping checking getaddrinfo for srv2.llactatec.com [192.157.236.128] failed - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT!
Sep 22 07:30:13 ***** sshd[4480]: Accepted publickey for ***** from 192.157.236.128 port 40654 ssh2
Sep 22 07:30:13 *****  sshd[4480]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user ***** by (uid=0)
Sep 22 07:30:14 *****  sshd[4337]: Failed password for invalid user melody from 70.39.76.18 port 19595 ssh2

The whole range of ports is scanned. There are chinese IPs.
 

Jump on ##hyperstake-dev when you have a chance.

Also for me this seems to not be a problem for me, i am using the -debugnet=1 startup switch and not seeing the same activity.


Need to work up the log to find possible vulnerabilities. We should develop a big security manual.

Other guys have noticed this too, but saying it is not crypto related, just chinese scanning everyone for open ssh.

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September 24, 2014, 07:24:41 PM
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I got 210000 Hyperstake in my wallet. I did not sell 1 coin because this coin is awesome.
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September 24, 2014, 08:17:34 PM
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So, a stupid question for you.  Looking at the Wiki, it looks like the unlock for mint feature is enabled, but I see nothing in the console how to use it?  Is this yet to be completed or how do we use it?  Thank you... 

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