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July 26, 2014, 04:20:13 AM
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Will there be any kind of denomination as the relative value of BTCD goes up?
I think ~2 Million coins total might be too few if it stays at $10M market cap.
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July 26, 2014, 04:23:57 AM
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Not sure what this means from github:

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463 commits / 305,782 ++ / 136,181 --

Strange, my code base is only around 45000 lines now, oh, this also includes the cryptonote source code
OK, so that makes sense a total line count shows ~140000 lines

I did just add about 10000 lines of code today, so it will take probably all weekend to get it properly ported

James

It makes me angry when I still hear sometimes that btcd has nothing new to offer or no innovation..

Maybe the new website and media exposure helps
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July 26, 2014, 06:22:53 AM
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400 scam cryptocurrencies and you ladies think this one is any different.  LOL  Maybe it is.  Why release a coin and then build it?  Why not code it and then release?  A little common sense goes a long way. 

What's with the bots trading on Cryptsy anyway?  Is that supporting the price while you code or is it price fixing while you stall?  Time will tell. 

Sorry if I'm a bit skeptical, been burned too many times to count to trust a faceless name especially a former Forex trader.  Oh wait I forgot Instantdex is going to be the next JP morgan, or something like that.  Where have i heard that one before? LOL  We'll see. 

I don't trust this coin is not another huge disaster waiting to happen.   I completely expect that this coin will collapse at any minute.  A lot of people may be getting ready to lose a lot of money if this turns out to be a scam.   Even if it's not a scam the price could crash at any minute due to incompetence.  Buyer beware.

Everyone remember when Obama tried to convince everyone he was like Jesus?  "...contrary to popular opinion I was not born in a manger..." yada yada  Well that turned out not to be true also. 


Bitcoindark is going above DRK.  It's going to be in the top ten on Coinmarketcap. etc. etc.  Empty promises. 



Just code the damn coin and release it like Satoshi did.  Save the empty promises for someone who gives a crap.


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July 26, 2014, 06:34:41 AM
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400 scam cryptocurrencies and you ladies think this one is any different.  LOL  Maybe it is.  Why release a coin and then build it?  Why not code it and then release?  A little common sense goes a long way. 

What's with the bots trading on Cryptsy anyway?  Is that supporting the price while you code or is it price fixing while you stall?  Time will tell. 

Sorry if I'm a bit skeptical, been burned too many times to count to trust a faceless name especially a former Forex trader.  Oh wait I forgot Instantdex is going to be the next JP morgan, or something like that.  Where have i heard that one before? LOL  We'll see. 

I don't trust this coin is not another huge disaster waiting to happen.   I completely expect that this coin will collapse at any minute.  A lot of people may be getting ready to lose a lot of money if this turns out to be a scam.   Even if it's not a scam the price could crash at any minute due to incompetence.  Buyer beware.

Everyone remember when Obama tried to convince everyone he was like Jesus?  "...contrary to popular opinion I was not born in a manger..." yada yada  Well that turned out not to be true also. 


Bitcoindark is going above DRK.  It's going to be in the top ten on Coinmarketcap. etc. etc.  Empty promises. 



Just code the damn coin and release it like Satoshi did.  Save the empty promises for someone who gives a crap.




Okay everything you just posted is semantics, its common FUD anger from another developer. You literally only have three posts on the forum two of which are pro Cryptographic bullion posts so your opinion is clearly not needed. Do your homework actually investigate what is going instead of being angry that no one is taking cryptographic bullion seriously right now.
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July 26, 2014, 07:25:42 AM
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Updated OP!

A new website with a bounty system should be ready for launch soon (hopefully today), after which new developments should be occurring more frequently.

In the meantime, you can play a new game for BTCD here: btcd.dogeofwallstreet.com/
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July 26, 2014, 08:22:50 AM
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Well, the debugging of the exchange data gathering went faster than expected. It just sort of worked after a few minor issues.

http://209.126.70.170/exchange_data has a Mac only version that will create an exchanges subdirectory and start gathering data for the pairs in the MGW.conf file which needs to be in your home directory.

You will need around 12 hours of data to be able to see good charts, so if you have a Mac, hopefully you can start gathering the data while I finish the display stuff.

Here is a sample MGW.conf file between the "###" lines
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{
"MAINNET":1, "ORIGBLOCK":"16232361214057123821",
"active":["DOGE"],
"coins":[
{"name":"BTC","conf":"/home/root/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf","asset":"4551058913252105307","txfee":0.0001,"NXTfee_equiv":0.0001,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:8332","blockheight":300797,"forkblockheight":308539,"minconfirms":3,"estblocktime":600},
{"name":"LTC","conf":"/home/root/.litecoin/litecoin.conf","asset":"2881764795164526882","txfee":0.001,"NXTfee_equiv":0.01,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:9332","blockheight":564980,"forkblockheight":594965,"minconfirms":5,"estblocktime":150},
{"name":"DRK","conf":"/home/root/.darkcoin/darkcoin.conf","asset":"17353118525598940144","txfee":0.01,"NXTfee_equiv":0.01,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:9998","blockheight":49594,"forkblockheight":0,"minconfirms":7,"estblocktime":150},
{"name":"BTCD","useaddmultisig":1,"nohexout":1,"conf":"/home/root/.BitcoinDark/BitcoinDark.conf","asset":"11060861818140490423","txfee":0.0001,"NXTfee_equiv":0.1,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:14632","blockheight":16000,"forkblockheight":0,"minconfirms":3,"estblocktime":60},
{"name":"DOGE","conf":"/home/root/.Dogecoin/dogecoin.conf","asset":"11749590149008849562","txfee":1.0,"NXTfee_equiv":200.0,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:22555","blockheight":250000,"forkblockheight":0,"minconfirms":3,"estblocktime":60}
],
"timezone":"-3",
"bittrex":[["BTCD","BTC"]],"cryptsy":[["BTCD","BTC"],["NXT","BTC"]],"poloniex":[["BTCD","BTC"],["NXT","BTC"]],"bter":[["NXT","BTC"]],"mintpal":[["LTC","BTC"]],"NXT":[["BTC","NXT"]]
}
###
You really only need the last part where the exchanges are listed. For "NXT" as the exchange, only coins specified in the "coins" field will work and the second part needs to be "NXT". For all the other exchanges, you should be able to put in any coin that they trade, though you probable need to put it in the right order to match how they are trading it.

Supported exchanges: "NXT", "bittrex", "cryptsy", "poloniex","bter" and "mintpal"

The time displayed will adjust by the "timezone" specified hours and should take into account daylight savings for USA peoples

The program loads the orderbooks of the specified pairs, no more frequently than once per second to an exchange and additionally no more frequently than once per ten seconds for a specific pair. This should get most all of the price changes without getting you blacklisted by the exchanges for abusing their API. Each time the top of the orderbook changes, it prints out the details and also adds an entry to a binary file.

Tomorrow, I will process this file and start getting some simple charts displayed to verify proper data and then finally I can code some tradebot logic, hopefully on Sunday

James

P.S. Please post any bugs that you find, it is really strange that it just worked the first time for all the exchanges, especially since they all have different syntax, especially mintpal and NXT

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July 26, 2014, 08:28:09 AM
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Well, the debugging of the exchange data gathering went faster than expected. It just sort of worked after a few minor issues.

http://209.126.70.170/exchange_data has a Mac only version that will create an exchanges subdirectory and start gathering data for the pairs in the MGW.conf file, that also needs to be in the same directory as you run the exchange_data program.

You will need around 12 hours of data to be able to see good charts, so if you have a Mac, hopefully you can start gathering the data while I finish the display stuff.

Here is a sample MGW.conf file between the "###" lines
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{
"MAINNET":1, "ORIGBLOCK":"16232361214057123821",
"active":["DOGE"],
"coins":[
{"name":"BTC","conf":"/home/root/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf","asset":"4551058913252105307","txfee":0.0001,"NXTfee_equiv":0.0001,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:8332","blockheight":300797,"forkblockheight":308539,"minconfirms":3,"estblocktime":600},
{"name":"LTC","conf":"/home/root/.litecoin/litecoin.conf","asset":"2881764795164526882","txfee":0.001,"NXTfee_equiv":0.01,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:9332","blockheight":564980,"forkblockheight":594965,"minconfirms":5,"estblocktime":150},
{"name":"DRK","conf":"/home/root/.darkcoin/darkcoin.conf","asset":"17353118525598940144","txfee":0.01,"NXTfee_equiv":0.01,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:9998","blockheight":49594,"forkblockheight":0,"minconfirms":7,"estblocktime":150},
{"name":"BTCD","useaddmultisig":1,"nohexout":1,"conf":"/home/root/.BitcoinDark/BitcoinDark.conf","asset":"11060861818140490423","txfee":0.0001,"NXTfee_equiv":0.1,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:14632","blockheight":16000,"forkblockheight":0,"minconfirms":3,"estblocktime":60},
{"name":"DOGE","conf":"/home/root/.Dogecoin/dogecoin.conf","asset":"11749590149008849562","txfee":1.0,"NXTfee_equiv":200.0,"rpc":"127.0.0.1:22555","blockheight":250000,"forkblockheight":0,"minconfirms":3,"estblocktime":60}
],
"timezone":"-3",
"bittrex":[["BTCD","BTC"]],"cryptsy":[["BTCD","BTC"],["NXT","BTC"]],"poloniex":[["BTCD","BTC"],["NXT","BTC"]],"bter":[["NXT","BTC"]],"mintpal":[["LTC","BTC"]],"NXT":[["BTC","NXT"]]
}
###
You really only need the last part where the exchanges are listed. For "NXT" as the exchange, only coins specified in the "coins" field will work and the second part needs to be "NXT". For all the other exchanges, you should be able to put in any coin that they trade, though you probable need to put it in the right order to match how they are trading it.

Supported exchanges: "NXT", "bittrex", "cryptsy", "poloniex","bter" and "mintpal"

The time displayed will adjust by the "timezone" specified hours and should take into account daylight savings for USA peoples

The program loads the orderbooks of the specified pairs, no more frequently than once per second to an exchange and additionally no more frequently than once per ten seconds for a specific pair. This should get most all of the price changes without getting you blacklisted by the exchanges for abusing their API. Each time the top of the orderbook changes, it prints out the details and also adds an entry to a binary file.

Tomorrow, I will process this file and start getting some simple charts displayed to verify proper data and then finally I can code some tradebot logic, hopefully on Sunday

James

P.S. Please post any bugs that you find, it is really strange that it just worked the first time for all the exchanges, especially since they all have different syntax, especially mintpal and NXT

dude do you ever sleep ....?    Cheesy
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July 26, 2014, 08:37:26 AM
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Updated Announcements on OP!

Mac Testers wanted: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=684090.msg8032283#msg8032283
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July 26, 2014, 08:40:35 AM
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Updated Announcements on OP!

Mac Testers wanted: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=684090.msg8032283#msg8032283

hey ill test, wanna take a break from fixing the scss for the site, going to test it out with the nxt interface next which i will also have to make a scss style sheet for to make future deployment and color changes super easy.
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July 26, 2014, 08:52:06 AM
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Updated Announcements on OP!

Mac Testers wanted: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=684090.msg8032283#msg8032283

hey ill test, wanna take a break from fixing the scss for the site, going to test it out with the nxt interface next which i will also have to make a scss style sheet for to make future deployment and color changes super easy.
It would be good if you are able to run this and have it gather data, then when I get display working you can see how it looks within new GUI

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July 26, 2014, 08:54:00 AM
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hey that same library issue is happening again, should i just build it off the github repo ?


Code:

$ ./exchange_data
dyld: Library not loaded: /Users/jimbolaptop/libwebsockets/lib/lib/libwebsockets.dylib
  Referenced from: /Users/MacPro/./exchange_data
  Reason: image not found
Trace/BPT trap: 5
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July 26, 2014, 08:55:54 AM
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hey that same library issue is happening again, should i just build it off the github repo ?


Code:

$ ./exchange_data
dyld: Library not loaded: /Users/jimbolaptop/libwebsockets/lib/lib/libwebsockets.dylib
  Referenced from: /Users/MacPro/./exchange_data
  Reason: image not found
Trace/BPT trap: 5
If you have a build environment, then yes

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July 26, 2014, 09:33:09 AM
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hey that same library issue is happening again, should i just build it off the github repo ?


Code:

$ ./exchange_data
dyld: Library not loaded: /Users/jimbolaptop/libwebsockets/lib/lib/libwebsockets.dylib
  Referenced from: /Users/MacPro/./exchange_data
  Reason: image not found
Trace/BPT trap: 5
If you have a build environment, then yes

for pNXTd you need to invoke it with "exchanges" as a command line parameter to put it into exchange data gathering mode

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July 26, 2014, 12:34:51 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.
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July 26, 2014, 01:03:01 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.

Have you used my pool? The official BTCD multipool: http://btcd.xpool.ca

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July 26, 2014, 01:42:26 PM
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Hello, what KHs can i get with a ~220 MHs SHA-256 miner?

Ty.

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July 26, 2014, 01:50:26 PM
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Updated OP!

A new website with a bounty system should be ready for launch soon (hopefully today), after which new developments should be occurring more frequently.

In the meantime, you can play a new game for BTCD here: btcd.dogeofwallstreet.com/

Oooh, I'm liking the new look to the OP. Nicely done, glad you decided to use that picture!

As far as testers go, what technical knowledge will be necessary to take part in testing?

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July 26, 2014, 01:58:43 PM
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400 scam cryptocurrencies and you ladies think this one is any different.  LOL  Maybe it is.  Why release a coin and then build it?  Why not code it and then release?  A little common sense goes a long way. 

What's with the bots trading on Cryptsy anyway?  Is that supporting the price while you code or is it price fixing while you stall?  Time will tell. 

Sorry if I'm a bit skeptical, been burned too many times to count to trust a faceless name especially a former Forex trader.  Oh wait I forgot Instantdex is going to be the next JP morgan, or something like that.  Where have i heard that one before? LOL  We'll see. 

I don't trust this coin is not another huge disaster waiting to happen.   I completely expect that this coin will collapse at any minute.  A lot of people may be getting ready to lose a lot of money if this turns out to be a scam.   Even if it's not a scam the price could crash at any minute due to incompetence.  Buyer beware.

Everyone remember when Obama tried to convince everyone he was like Jesus?  "...contrary to popular opinion I was not born in a manger..." yada yada  Well that turned out not to be true also. 


Bitcoindark is going above DRK.  It's going to be in the top ten on Coinmarketcap. etc. etc.  Empty promises. 



Just code the damn coin and release it like Satoshi did.  Save the empty promises for someone who gives a crap.




Look man, we've all fallen prey to scamcoins in some form or fashion.  Whether completed at launch or not, nobody is making you put money into any project.  That's the beauty of it, imo.  Invest at your own risk, right?  If you read the entire thread, you'll see the development team has been more than open about their progress. James shares more of his coding here than any developer in any thread i've read.  Sometimes you gotta go with your gut....... and my gut tells me I'm in the right spot.   

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July 26, 2014, 02:03:38 PM
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Looks good

What up damiano, since i finished reading this thread yesterday, I've been wanting to ask you something.  I know you were pointing something like 3 terahashes at this launch; how many coins were you able to mine in the first day of the POW stage? Just curious and envious, not trying to be in your business so no response is necessary.

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anybody know how accurate the estimated time untill a block is staked? i know it wont be bang on but is it close?
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