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July 27, 2014, 12:29:57 PM
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July 27, 2014, 12:57:18 PM
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Well, I had to disable some parts, but the basic display is working!



This is just from half a day's data and just the basic, price, slope and slope of slope displayed in green, purple, blue

I dont like having to keep switching timescales, so I have a variable timescale implemented. It starts out at one minute per pixel (rightmost) and gets longer and longer as you go to the left. This way you can see the entire dataset, but still see the most recent price movements.

I also dont like the big delays that standard SMA and even EMA have, you cant see it on this chart as I removed the raw data, but it is essentially random noise away from the green line. Once there is enough data gathered, then it will be possible to do much better. I have dozens of different types of signals that I can generate. The most important are my SVM predictors that achieved ~85% accurate predictions for 2 hours ahead forex, just as I discovered crypto. So I never got a chance to use them to full advantage.

I am now able to automatically gather data from NXT AE, bter, poloniex, mintpal, cryptsy and bittrex for any pair they support. All this is integrated into InstantDEX and I will have API calls so you can retrieve data for specific timeframes. It even automatically updates in realtime as the data comes in, all via the localhost :7777 page

Now that the data is coming in and looking decent, I can finally implement the simple tradebot logic. Once that works, then the first use case I want to implement is an autoconvert BTCD -> BTC bridge. So it is looking like by next weekend it should be possible to trade via InstantDEX on testnet and autoconvert BTCD -> BTC. Somewhere in there I need to decentralize the storage of the price data so as long as one person is gathering the data, the network can have access to it.

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Might be helpful to provide a brief, jargon-free TDLR summary of what this would mean for an average user (for the non-techies among us).
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July 27, 2014, 03:11:57 PM
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I'm so thankful for the lack of patience in the market, hence the cheap coins  Grin.  Gotta love it!!

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July 27, 2014, 04:35:18 PM
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 Any recommendations of which pool to use, have a few S1 like to run?
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July 27, 2014, 04:48:16 PM
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Any recommendations of which pool to use, have a few S1 like to run?

I been using http://btcd.xpool.ca/ without any problems but the problem I see is that I generaly do not think its worth mining on a multipool unless can add considerably more coins to the kitty to mine on. I generally mine about 4 to 6BTCD daily with 700GH or so but to be honest looking at conversions better to mine other coins and then buy up BTCD

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July 27, 2014, 05:02:28 PM
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Any recommendations of which pool to use, have a few S1 like to run?

I been using http://btcd.xpool.ca/ without any problems but the problem I see is that I generaly do not think its worth mining on a multipool unless can add considerably more coins to the kitty to mine on. I generally mine about 4 to 6BTCD daily with 700GH or so but to be honest looking at conversions better to mine other coins and then buy up BTCD

Was on http://sha256d.ispace.co.uk/ said "This pool is marked for closure, please withdraw your coins as soon as possible"  What happened there?
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July 27, 2014, 05:26:15 PM
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Wish BTCD was on BitcoinWisdom; sure would like to have better charts to view  Undecided

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July 27, 2014, 05:46:12 PM
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Any recommendations of which pool to use, have a few S1 like to run?

I been using http://btcd.xpool.ca/ without any problems but the problem I see is that I generaly do not think its worth mining on a multipool unless can add considerably more coins to the kitty to mine on. I generally mine about 4 to 6BTCD daily with 700GH or so but to be honest looking at conversions better to mine other coins and then buy up BTCD

Was on http://sha256d.ispace.co.uk/ said "This pool is marked for closure, please withdraw your coins as soon as possible"  What happened there?

The POW stage finished. You can't mine BTCD anymore. Mining will not generate any coins. You need to trade / buy from exchanges.
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July 27, 2014, 06:07:21 PM
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Might be helpful to provide a brief, jargon-free TDLR summary of what this would mean for an average user (for the non-techies among us).
I want to make it so people can say: "buy 1 BTC worth of BTCD at an average price of .00125, but no higher than .0015"
This sounds not so impressive, but I also want to be able to qualify such orders with: "only buy when the slope is positive", or basically any state represented by the colored lines.

This way, when InstantDEX is connecting two people, the tradebot can determine if it is able to trade at that moment.

Now knowing exactly when to trade or not is very difficult thing, but there are people that specialize in making these things. I am creating a framework for people to create very advanced tradebots using SVM tech. Other people can then subscribe to these custom created tradebots. So in a few months it will be possible for people to use highly sophisticated signals. I will make it so that a fee is paid only if it a profitable trade, this way people dont waste money on bots that dont work and the people that do make bots that work will get good income

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July 27, 2014, 06:31:59 PM
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Might be helpful to provide a brief, jargon-free TDLR summary of what this would mean for an average user (for the non-techies among us).
I want to make it so people can say: "buy 1 BTC worth of BTCD at an average price of .00125, but no higher than .0015"
This sounds not so impressive, but I also want to be able to qualify such orders with: "only buy when the slope is positive", or basically any state represented by the colored lines.

This way, when InstantDEX is connecting two people, the tradebot can determine if it is able to trade at that moment.

Now knowing exactly when to trade or not is very difficult thing, but there are people that specialize in making these things. I am creating a framework for people to create very advanced tradebots using SVM tech. Other people can then subscribe to these custom created tradebots. So in a few months it will be possible for people to use highly sophisticated signals. I will make it so that a fee is paid only if it a profitable trade, this way people dont waste money on bots that dont work and the people that do make bots that work will get good income

James

It's amazing to hear about and I hope the price reflects your hard work when this begins to launch.
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July 27, 2014, 06:52:30 PM
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Might be helpful to provide a brief, jargon-free TDLR summary of what this would mean for an average user (for the non-techies among us).
I want to make it so people can say: "buy 1 BTC worth of BTCD at an average price of .00125, but no higher than .0015"
This sounds not so impressive, but I also want to be able to qualify such orders with: "only buy when the slope is positive", or basically any state represented by the colored lines.

This way, when InstantDEX is connecting two people, the tradebot can determine if it is able to trade at that moment.

Now knowing exactly when to trade or not is very difficult thing, but there are people that specialize in making these things. I am creating a framework for people to create very advanced tradebots using SVM tech. Other people can then subscribe to these custom created tradebots. So in a few months it will be possible for people to use highly sophisticated signals. I will make it so that a fee is paid only if it a profitable trade, this way people dont waste money on bots that dont work and the people that do make bots that work will get good income

James

It's amazing to hear about and I hope the price reflects your hard work when this begins to launch.
I am not worried about price. We were holding steady at .00015 for almost a week after I announced my involvement. you can see it right on the charts july 16th. then the press hit along with some pump and dumpers, massive liquidity, but off to the next "hot" coin they went, so now we are about 3 days into the horizontal price. In fact the price action looks very similar to the previous. Of course, highly unlike to exactly repeat.

Anyway, this is marathon. Even if you fall down, as long as you get up and keep going, you will finish the race. I dont intend to even fall down Smiley

It is the value that I work to build. The price will oscillate around the value. BTCD will be one of very few coins with actual value, and I mean financial value. When InstantDEX starts revenue sharing, all privacyServer operators get income, but so will all BTCD stakers. The revenue will probably be in BTC for the BTCD stakers to simplify things. As InstantDEX grows in volume, the value of BTCD grows. There will be times the crazy market pays a lot more than the value and sometimes sells for a lot less.

Price is manic/depressive roller coaster. Value is something that grows steadily. Unfortunately not a way to put a nice number to value, but I do see that a lot of people have become BTCD HODL'ers, so maybe they understand a bit of what is to come.

Some guys are coin pumpers. I am a coin builder.

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July 27, 2014, 06:55:32 PM
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Great to be a part of a coin with such a dedicated dev.  I'm a LONG-TERM holder.  Need some marketing guys
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jl777 can you tell us a bit more about the privacyServers? will that be like a software that anybody can download and let it run, or what kind of knowledge will it need to be operated?

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jl777 can you tell us a bit more about the privacyServers? will that be like a software that anybody can download and let it run, or what kind of knowledge will it need to be operated?
It will be for Ubuntu, so anybody with VPS should be able to build and run it. You would need to be able to survive without a GUI and do some command line.

I just looked at the bid/ask ratio on bittrex and it is some crazy 8:1 ratio. Clearly, we have mostly hodl'ers
usually ratios like that are seen only during massive pump, and this is when the price is going sideways during sleepy time.

OK, I am feeling good positive energy and I see a way to get a very very simple tradebot done. Not sure how long, but I think a simple demonstration for trading would be pretty cool

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Great to be a part of a coin with such a dedicated dev.  I'm a LONG-TERM holder.  Need some marketing guys
marketing takes the weekend off Smiley
by working weekends, I get 40% more productivity.
By working 16 hr days, I get another double.
So without any magic, I get three times more stuff done.

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Those who FUD the development of this coin are crrraaazzyy, indeed!  There's so much communication here, I almost can't believe it. I mean, between coding 100 hrs/week, 1000 lines/day, eating, sleeping and keeping us informed, I don't see how you do it James. You must be wearing old skool Velcro sneakers so you don't have to tie your laces huh?  Absolutely amazing job dude!!!

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Those who FUD the development of this coin are crrraaazzyy, indeed!  There's so much communication here, I almost can't believe it. I mean, between coding 100 hrs/week, 1000 lines/day, eating, sleeping and keeping us informed, I don't see how you do it James. You must be wearing old skool Velcro sneakers so you don't have to tie your laces huh?  Absolutely amazing job dude!!!
no commute, work at home, usually dont wear shoes Smiley
Also, 1000 lines is max output (ok, I think I once did 2500 lines in a single "day" but it was something like 20 hours straight) and after I write it, have to debug it. I think sustained output is closer to 300 lines per day

I am also doing a bunch of stuff over in NXT, especially with uMGW, but it all is part of same system. By doing so many things all of this is active in my head and I think this creates some "magic" so I can see stuff that nobody else has a chance to see, simply because I am doing so many things

Anyway, about to go under. Maybe price goes to bargain price when I am not posting

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Those who FUD the development of this coin are crrraaazzyy, indeed!  There's so much communication here, I almost can't believe it. I mean, between coding 100 hrs/week, 1000 lines/day, eating, sleeping and keeping us informed, I don't see how you do it James. You must be wearing old skool Velcro sneakers so you don't have to tie your laces huh?  Absolutely amazing job dude!!!
no commute, work at home, usually dont wear shoes Smiley
Also, 1000 lines is max output (ok, I think I once did 2500 lines in a single "day" but it was something like 20 hours straight) and after I write it, have to debug it. I think sustained output is closer to 300 lines per day

I am also doing a bunch of stuff over in NXT, especially with uMGW, but it all is part of same system. By doing so many things all of this is active in my head and I think this creates some "magic" so I can see stuff that nobody else has a chance to see, simply because I am doing so many things

Anyway, about to go under. Maybe price goes to bargain price when I am not posting

James

Already have my orders set.  Long and strong here.  Sweet dreams man!!!

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It will be for Ubuntu, so anybody with VPS should be able to build and run it. You would need to be able to survive without a GUI and do some command line.

great! surviving without a GUI and with command line I can, and will learn about VPS  Cheesy Cheesy

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July 27, 2014, 07:41:57 PM
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Any recommendations of which pool to use, have a few S1 like to run?

I been using http://btcd.xpool.ca/ without any problems but the problem I see is that I generaly do not think its worth mining on a multipool unless can add considerably more coins to the kitty to mine on. I generally mine about 4 to 6BTCD daily with 700GH or so but to be honest looking at conversions better to mine other coins and then buy up BTCD

Was on http://sha256d.ispace.co.uk/ said "This pool is marked for closure, please withdraw your coins as soon as possible"  What happened there?

The reason they are closing mining on this is due to the POW Proof Of Work round finishing so no more generation of blocks for pool operators.


Any recommendations of which pool to use, have a few S1 like to run?

I been using http://btcd.xpool.ca/ without any problems but the problem I see is that I generaly do not think its worth mining on a multipool unless can add considerably more coins to the kitty to mine on. I generally mine about 4 to 6BTCD daily with 700GH or so but to be honest looking at conversions better to mine other coins and then buy up BTCD

Was on http://sha256d.ispace.co.uk/ said "This pool is marked for closure, please withdraw your coins as soon as possible"  What happened there?

The POW stage finished. You can't mine BTCD anymore. Mining will not generate any coins. You need to trade / buy from exchanges.

Yes you can min btcd.xpool is a multipool thus meaning mining other alt coins and they pay out in BitcoinDark instead of being paid in BTC or other alt coins that's how their pool works mining other alt coins that are the best profitable coins and get exchanged and then you are paid in BitcoinDark as final result.

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