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July 21, 2014, 08:37:09 AM
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Call to action!

Alright everybody, James is making real progress and will continue to do so on the technical advancement of BTCD.

I would like to ask the communities support in ramping up marketing activities.  

We need people to help spread the word.  Get on social media, re-tweet our messages.  Let crypto oriented news outlets know about our progress.

Some basic things that we should probably think about doing:

-contact more media outlets (we need to get the word out about our developments)

-create a more professional looking website (e.g. Blackoin's site is a nice example)

-improve the log

-flashy GUI for the wallet

Whatever else you guys can think of!

I'm not worried about the current price, smart money is getting in on the ground floor and with what we have planned, BTCD will stand apart from all other coins. 

Let's get the discussion started now!





I can work on the website as soon as i finish my curent project(should be friday at most)

Thanks ICT,

Keep us posted on any developments or if you need anything.

Any initial ideas on how you think the site should look?  Do you have any favorite coin sites you would like to model our site after?

@James  Is there anything in particular our website should include that might fit in with our future tech developments?
Yes, I think we can put the HTML wallet right on the website. The HTML does local signing, so if we had the webpage version connect to a public server, people could actually do some stuff without even downloading anything
Fancy sites are OK, but why not make it an active site. A functional site where people can check acct balances, maybe even do some trading. Not sure of all the possibilities yet

We need HTML5 guy

Do you mean like online wallet?
If you can call something that does trades, bets, privateSends, etc. a wallet, then yes, but we probably need a much better name than "wallet"
Hopefully some marketing types will chime in with the killer name
That kind of web app will need time to be fully developed but it can be done Smiley
The NXT web wallet already does 90%+ of what we need, so more enhancing it than anything else

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July 21, 2014, 08:39:56 AM
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Everybody!
Please read this article and send some tips to Salsa!!

We need somebody that can get ink and he can. lets show him some BTCD love

James

Hey guys,

Here is salsacz's BTCD address:  RVMLrnxYYy7uy8YZo9FcGfXbk1ZMnNifdg

Please, show him some love for the excellent article.

Also, I'm sure James, our core dev wouldn't mind any extra BTCD or two Cheesy  RNXMBQHw34MkF5hNrbT9BXaZ5MAAFVR5Sm

Whoa, sweet article!
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July 21, 2014, 08:42:09 AM
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Call to action!

Alright everybody, James is making real progress and will continue to do so on the technical advancement of BTCD.

I would like to ask the communities support in ramping up marketing activities.  

We need people to help spread the word.  Get on social media, re-tweet our messages.  Let crypto oriented news outlets know about our progress.

Some basic things that we should probably think about doing:

-contact more media outlets (we need to get the word out about our developments)

-create a more professional looking website (e.g. Blackoin's site is a nice example)

-improve the log

-flashy GUI for the wallet

Whatever else you guys can think of!

I'm not worried about the current price, smart money is getting in on the ground floor and with what we have planned, BTCD will stand apart from all other coins. 

Let's get the discussion started now!





I can work on the website as soon as i finish my curent project(should be friday at most)

Thanks ICT,

Keep us posted on any developments or if you need anything.

Any initial ideas on how you think the site should look?  Do you have any favorite coin sites you would like to model our site after?

@James  Is there anything in particular our website should include that might fit in with our future tech developments?
Yes, I think we can put the HTML wallet right on the website. The HTML does local signing, so if we had the webpage version connect to a public server, people could actually do some stuff without even downloading anything
Fancy sites are OK, but why not make it an active site. A functional site where people can check acct balances, maybe even do some trading. Not sure of all the possibilities yet

We need HTML5 guy

Do you mean like online wallet?
If you can call something that does trades, bets, privateSends, etc. a wallet, then yes, but we probably need a much better name than "wallet"
Hopefully some marketing types will chime in with the killer name
That kind of web app will need time to be fully developed but it can be done Smiley
The NXT web wallet already does 90%+ of what we need, so more enhancing it than anything else


That will be no problem, from what i saw its php based, damn i should have seen it sooner, nice features to copy Smiley
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July 21, 2014, 09:03:36 AM
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OK, some good news, bad news...

Code:
createrawtxid_json_params.[[{
"txid": "0ae80e21c3e051f6bfb3162ca2fd34b13c3a34a94d45a1b1380ee8a183536a86",
"vout": 1,
"scriptPubKey": "a914db7f9942da71fd7a28f4a4b2e8c51347240b9e2d87",
"redeemScript": "52210203de827e93f06cfcdb97ed51564e3415b243f539c25eb8e81f78f4ff8fb8c64e2102629999547c0a66186b162c630ec81625edc57e818aaa306f4a9d429a67e703c22102242b187f65df8a5b47f13f303d065aee21aa9099a5ffa283ae29edf74d9dcf7953ae"
}], {
"RMMGbxZdav3cRJmWScNVX6BJivn6BNbBE8": 0.10000000,
"RLKNFzuGy2dWGxQ8iPupq1jo7UsNr8bdA2": 0.89000000,
"bYjsXxENs4u7raX3EPyrgqPy46MUrq4k8h": 0.23456780
}]
rawparams.([[{
"txid": "0ae80e21c3e051f6bfb3162ca2fd34b13c3a34a94d45a1b1380ee8a183536a86",
"vout": 1,
"scriptPubKey": "a914db7f9942da71fd7a28f4a4b2e8c51347240b9e2d87",
"redeemScript": "52210203de827e93f06cfcdb97ed51564e3415b243f539c25eb8e81f78f4ff8fb8c64e2102629999547c0a66186b162c630ec81625edc57e818aaa306f4a9d429a67e703c22102242b187f65df8a5b47f13f303d065aee21aa9099a5ffa283ae29edf74d9dcf7953ae"
}], {
"RMMGbxZdav3cRJmWScNVX6BJivn6BNbBE8": 0.10000000,
"RLKNFzuGy2dWGxQ8iPupq1jo7UsNr8bdA2": 0.89000000,
"bYjsXxENs4u7raX3EPyrgqPy46MUrq4k8h": 0.23456780
}])

So after a little time sync issue, all three servers came to consensus as to the exact rawtransaction bytes to submit:

0100000075d3cc5301866a5383a1e80e38b1a1454da9343a3cb134fda22c16b3bff651e0c3210ee 80a0100000000ffffffff0380969800000000001976a9148466f34f39c23547abf922d422e3e532 2fdf156588ac40084e05000000001976a9147912b6c8c1e20cfebadcb3c22fab06e6dc72b22f88a c0cec65010000000017a914db7f9942da71fd7a28f4a4b2e8c51347240b9e2d8700000000

It looks like scrambled eggs, but it does decode properly, from debug console just do:
decoderawtransaction <above bytes>

The problem is that when I sign the rawbytes, I get:
0100000075d3cc5301866a5383a1e80e38b1a1454da9343a3cb134fda22c16b3bff651e0c3210ee 80a0100000000ffffffff0380969800000000001976a9148466f34f39c23547abf922d422e3e532 2fdf156588ac40084e05000000001976a9147912b6c8c1e20cfebadcb3c22fab06e6dc72b22f88a c0cec65010000000017a914db7f9942da71fd7a28f4a4b2e8c51347240b9e2d8700000000

Now you will notice they are identical. This indicates some sort of problem with the signing of raw transactions...
I went and tried manually signing, but no difference. So, this seems to be something within the BTCD transaction signing code. Hopefully one of the other devs can get a manually constructed multisig transaction to work. I tried but couldnt, but getting a bit tired so maybe just a silly mistake. Once this issue is solved, we can withdraw from MGW. For now the BTCD can check in, but cant check out.

Rather than flail about in unfamiliar territory, I will now switch back to other areas.

James

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July 21, 2014, 09:17:51 AM
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Since Im quite not familiar with the PoS and how the staking works, I feel its time to post some noob questions here and hoping to get answers and clear this up:

What means "spendable" and "stake" ammount in the wallet? I have two different numbers there and when I add it sums up to the total ammount I have. I would suppose stake and spendable should be the same, to get the full ammount staking. I transfered coins yesterday, maybe I have to wait for some time period...

In the status field of staking I get: Staking: Your weight is xx, network weight is yy.
How does the wallet account to these numbers and what is the unit? E.g. network weight right now is 66290, does this mean there are total 66290 BTCD staking? Suppose not...  Cheesy
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Since Im quite not familiar with the PoS and how the staking works, I feel its time to post some noob questions here and hoping to get answers and clear this up:

What means "spendable" and "stake" amount in the wallet? I have two different numbers there and when I add it sums up to the total amount I have. I would suppose stake and spendable should be the same, to get the full amount staking. I transferred coins yesterday, maybe I have to wait for some time period...

In the status field of staking I get: Staking: Your weight is xx, network weight is yy.
How does the wallet account to these numbers and what is the unit? E.g. network weight right now is 66290, does this mean there are total 66290 BTCD staking? Suppose not...  Cheesy


Hi Starfleet, (I feel like one of the Maquis saying that, Grin)
'Spendable' amount refers to the coins you have available in your wallet to use or to send. If some coins are 'staking'(earning you interest) you are unable to touch them until they have finished staking. The staking coins are taken from your spendable total temporarily and become inaccessible during this phase.

Below is a basic explanation for 'weight' and network 'weight' (this info comes from Wikipedia). I hope it helps.

The weight of every address starts at 0. When an address provides a signature, its weight increases so that after several signatures, the weight approaches the number of coins in the address as of the last signature block. For example,
New weight = 0.9 * Old weight + 0.1 * Balance

If a signature is not provided by the address in a signature block, its weight decreases:
New weight = 0.9 * Old weight

This way, addresses whose owners do not wish to participate in signing do not hamper the ability to reach a majority.
If an address signs two conflicting blocks, its weight is reset to 0. This is to limit the power of malicious stakeholders.
If coins move to a new address, weight is proportionally taken away from the address, but is not transferred to the new address. The new stakeholder will have to build up his weight.


If anyone can explain it better, please do. Its always good to make these explanations as clear as possible and easy to follow.

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July 21, 2014, 01:55:28 PM
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Hello!! I'm a beginner and I would like to ask few questions because I can't find answers. BTCD is a kind of freshness in cryptocurrency and it's very interesting, that's why I want to know. I was mining untill POW phase end. And can anyone explain to me:

1). What exactly POW phase is?
2). Can we still mine BTCD ? Or will we be able in the future? Because there's info about official pool in the main BTCD thread but there is no our coin. Can anyone explain how it works?

I'll be very grateful for answers Smiley
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July 21, 2014, 02:05:50 PM
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Hello!! I'm a beginner and I would like to ask few questions because I can't find answers. BTCD is a kind of freshness in cryptocurrency and it's very interesting, that's why I want to know. I was mining untill POW phase end. And can anyone explain to me:

1). What exactly POW phase is?
2). Can we still mine BTCD ? Or will we be able in the future? Because there's info about official pool in the main BTCD thread but there is no our coin. Can anyone explain how it works?

I'll be very grateful for answers Smiley

Hi FeiLong!

1. PoW phase was the temporary period of time when BTCD could be mined. Now that it is over and PoS phase is in, you can only generate new coins by leaving your wallet running and letting it 'stake'.

2. We will never be able to mine BTCD again, it's actually quite rare. Only a little over 1 million coins exist. The pools on the main page are for 'multipools' which mine other coins and pay out in BTCD they buy on the exchanges.
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Hello!! I'm a beginner and I would like to ask few questions because I can't find answers. BTCD is a kind of freshness in cryptocurrency and it's very interesting, that's why I want to know. I was mining untill POW phase end. And can anyone explain to me:

1). What exactly POW phase is?
2). Can we still mine BTCD ? Or will we be able in the future? Because there's info about official pool in the main BTCD thread but there is no our coin. Can anyone explain how it works?

I'll be very grateful for answers Smiley

Hi FeiLong!

1. PoW phase was the temporary period of time when BTCD could be mined. Now that it is over and PoS phase is in, you can only generate new coins by leaving your wallet running and letting it 'stake'.

2. We will never be able to mine BTCD again, it's actually quite rare. Only a little over 1 million coins exist. The pools on the main page are for 'multipools' which mine other coins and pay out in BTCD they buy on the exchanges.

Thank You for answer ! So if I understood right, we can gain some coins on multipools but we gain BTCD only by exchanges made by pool?
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July 21, 2014, 02:45:13 PM
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Hello!! I'm a beginner and I would like to ask few questions because I can't find answers. BTCD is a kind of freshness in cryptocurrency and it's very interesting, that's why I want to know. I was mining untill POW phase end. And can anyone explain to me:

1). What exactly POW phase is?
2). Can we still mine BTCD ? Or will we be able in the future? Because there's info about official pool in the main BTCD thread but there is no our coin. Can anyone explain how it works?

I'll be very grateful for answers Smiley

Hi FeiLong!

1. PoW phase was the temporary period of time when BTCD could be mined. Now that it is over and PoS phase is in, you can only generate new coins by leaving your wallet running and letting it 'stake'.

2. We will never be able to mine BTCD again, it's actually quite rare. Only a little over 1 million coins exist. The pools on the main page are for 'multipools' which mine other coins and pay out in BTCD they buy on the exchanges.

Thank You for answer ! So if I understood right, we can gain some coins on multipools but we gain BTCD only by exchanges made by pool?

To gain coins, you can either

1. Leave your wallet unlocked and running on your computer. Your coins will 'stake' and gain interest (~5%/year)
2. Point your miners to a multipool (suggest dark.xpool.ca) and they will buy BTCD and pay you with them
3. Buy BTCD yourself

 Smiley
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Looks like we might break out above 70k today
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July 21, 2014, 03:38:43 PM
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Can anybody clue me in as to why the Mac QT won't establish a connection to the network? This needs to be fixed or there will be a lot of users turned away. I would like to start acquiring some, but without a working QT I won't.

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Can anybody clue me in as to why the Mac QT won't establish a connection to the network? This needs to be fixed or there will be a lot of users turned away. I would like to start acquiring some, but without a working QT I won't.

Honestly... idk how the Max version works but wherever the conf file goes... you should put in the addnodes.

On my end... I never had to enter an addnode... from day one it just synced up without any... so I would suggest seeing if something is blocking the connection on the specific port or if UPNP is disabled in your router or the WiFi connection you use.

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Can anybody clue me in as to why the Mac QT won't establish a connection to the network? This needs to be fixed or there will be a lot of users turned away. I would like to start acquiring some, but without a working QT I won't.

Honestly... idk how the Max version works but wherever the conf file goes... you should put in the addnodes.

On my end... I never had to enter an addnode... from day one it just synced up without any... so I would suggest seeing if something is blocking the connection on the specific port or if UPNP is disabled in your router or the WiFi connection you use.

I have never had a problem with QTs not establishing a connection which leads me to believe that it is specific to BitcoinDark's wallet. If there is someone who is willing to post the addnodes and where they need to go, it would be much appreciated.

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Can anybody clue me in as to why the Mac QT won't establish a connection to the network? This needs to be fixed or there will be a lot of users turned away. I would like to start acquiring some, but without a working QT I won't.

Honestly... idk how the Max version works but wherever the conf file goes... you should put in the addnodes.

On my end... I never had to enter an addnode... from day one it just synced up without any... so I would suggest seeing if something is blocking the connection on the specific port or if UPNP is disabled in your router or the WiFi connection you use.

I have never had a problem with QTs not establishing a connection which leads me to believe that it is specific to BitcoinDark's wallet. If there is someone who is willing to post the addnodes and where they need to go, it would be much appreciated.

You have never added nodes to any qt you have used so far?
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July 21, 2014, 03:54:11 PM
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Looks like we might break out above 70k today

I think same, that it  will reach 69k again and maybe until 70k................

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Can anybody clue me in as to why the Mac QT won't establish a connection to the network? This needs to be fixed or there will be a lot of users turned away. I would like to start acquiring some, but without a working QT I won't.

Honestly... idk how the Max version works but wherever the conf file goes... you should put in the addnodes.

On my end... I never had to enter an addnode... from day one it just synced up without any... so I would suggest seeing if something is blocking the connection on the specific port or if UPNP is disabled in your router or the WiFi connection you use.

I have never had a problem with QTs not establishing a connection which leads me to believe that it is specific to BitcoinDark's wallet. If there is someone who is willing to post the addnodes and where they need to go, it would be much appreciated.

You have never added nodes to any qt you have used so far?

Correct, they have always established and maintained connections to the extent that they were at least useable.

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July 21, 2014, 04:36:09 PM
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How about we call it BTCD Online Vault ?
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James are you able to get BTCD on it as NXT Huh

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That just wao me.j
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Can anybody clue me in as to why the Mac QT won't establish a connection to the network? This needs to be fixed or there will be a lot of users turned away. I would like to start acquiring some, but without a working QT I won't.

Honestly... idk how the Max version works but wherever the conf file goes... you should put in the addnodes.

On my end... I never had to enter an addnode... from day one it just synced up without any... so I would suggest seeing if something is blocking the connection on the specific port or if UPNP is disabled in your router or the WiFi connection you use.

I have never had a problem with QTs not establishing a connection which leads me to believe that it is specific to BitcoinDark's wallet. If there is someone who is willing to post the addnodes and where they need to go, it would be much appreciated.

You have never added nodes to any qt you have used so far?

Correct, they have always established and maintained connections to the extent that they were at least useable.

than you must be so so lucky man
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