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September 10, 2014, 06:44:18 PM
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Thanks, for this essential update.. you know i was about to sell 10k coins ?

Do it.
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September 10, 2014, 06:53:20 PM
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Thanks, for this essential update.. you know i was about to sell 10k coins ?

Do it.

Stop the updates! Cheap BTCD!


Update: BTCD-Board added to https://forum.thesupernet.org/index.php?board=14.0
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September 10, 2014, 06:58:21 PM
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Hmm, development seems to be really on a roll here..
3 commits ever, no significant update since initial upload.
What are you guys all talking about?

Answering myself: This is apparently the main repository: https://github.com/jl777/libjl777
What is it for? How is this connected to SuperNET and BTCD?
Has anybody ever went through this?

That is James' libjl777 code that is being currently developed and integrated into the BTCD core.

The current btcd repo only has a few commits, as someone pointed out. This is because we are using separate repos for active development, and will update the official repo once the new wallet is done.

If you think we haven't been making progress in development or are scamming somehow, just take a look over the libjl777 repo. You can see the functionality for teleport, tradebots, transporters, etc.

Thanks, for this essential update.. you know i was about to sell 10k coins ?

I 100% knew you were going to.

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September 10, 2014, 07:12:51 PM
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Thanks, for this essential update.. you know i was about to sell 10k coins ?

Do it.

Don't tempt me ! I gonna do it !

Do it!
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September 10, 2014, 07:13:00 PM
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Someone needs to Photoshop lightsabres and force lighting into that^

lol

ok coolest BTCD related photoshop of this pic wins 10 BTCD

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September 10, 2014, 07:15:29 PM
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Someone needs to Photoshop lightsabres and force lighting into that^

lol

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September 10, 2014, 08:14:08 PM
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Hmm, development seems to be really on a roll here..
3 commits ever, no significant update since initial upload.
What are you guys all talking about?

Answering myself: This is apparently the main repository: https://github.com/jl777/libjl777
What is it for? How is this connected to SuperNET and BTCD?
Has anybody ever went through this?

That is James' libjl777 code that is being currently developed and integrated into the BTCD core.

The current btcd repo only has a few commits, as someone pointed out. This is because we are using separate repos for active development, and will update the official repo once the new wallet is done.

If you think we haven't been making progress in development or are scamming somehow, just take a look over the libjl777 repo. You can see the functionality for teleport, tradebots, transporters, etc.

it was last authored 21 days ago... is this library ready? ... might take a much closer look at it.
I havent pushed in a while
I will be very soon as soon as the code stabilizes, this weekend at the latest
Have had some few distractions after waiting delay and a little new functionality to add

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September 10, 2014, 09:10:13 PM
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What's about BTCD that you choose BTCD? Did you get fooled by the name? Why don't you choose XST that has Tor, PoW+PoS, coin joining and SMS transmissions?
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September 10, 2014, 09:12:36 PM
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What's about BTCD that you choose BTCD? Did you get fooled by the name? Why don't you choose XST that has Tor, PoW+PoS, coin joining and SMS transmissions?

While I hold some XST, don't come here and start this shit.

Why choose BTCD?  jl777
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September 10, 2014, 09:15:55 PM
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What's about BTCD that you choose BTCD? Did you get fooled by the name? Why don't you choose XST that has Tor, PoW+PoS, coin joining and SMS transmissions?

hey not the correct thread for such questions. The supernet thread is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=762346.0 but you should petition your devs to apply here http://supernet.answerbase.com/ .
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September 10, 2014, 09:57:23 PM
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What's about BTCD that you choose BTCD? Did you get fooled by the name? Why don't you choose XST that has Tor, PoW+PoS, coin joining and SMS transmissions?

hey not the correct thread for such questions. The supernet thread is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=762346.0 but you should petition your devs to apply here http://supernet.answerbase.com/ .
He was not asking about joining the supernet Smiley
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September 10, 2014, 11:11:49 PM
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To simplify things, I am deciding to remove the libwebsockets created :7777 interface and provide access to the SuperNET API via BTCD RPC calls

The coordination of multiple instances of libjl777 is giving me some headaches and it is not required for the initial configuration of BTCD + NXT in the SuperNET core. I also think that providing RPC interface will make it much easier for other coins to interface to the  SuperNET API.

The side effect of this is that users will be required to install BTCD and NXT for accessing the SuperNET
However, since the "Enter SuperNET" is at the user's option, I think this is an acceptable thing to require, especially since it avoids the need for solving the coordination issue.

Later I can create some sort of daisy chain registration mechanism to allow for the parallel instances. Maybe the upgrade path will be a bit messy, but I figure the sooner the tech is out the better.

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September 10, 2014, 11:32:45 PM
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To simplify things, I am deciding to remove the libwebsockets created :7777 interface and provide access to the SuperNET API via BTCD RPC calls

The coordination of multiple instances of libjl777 is giving me some headaches and it is not required for the initial configuration of BTCD + NXT in the SuperNET core. I also think that providing RPC interface will make it much easier for other coins to interface to the  SuperNET API.

The side effect of this is that users will be required to install BTCD and NXT for accessing the SuperNET
However, since the "Enter SuperNET" is at the user's option, I think this is an acceptable thing to require, especially since it avoids the need for solving the coordination issue.

Later I can create some sort of daisy chain registration mechanism to allow for the parallel instances. Maybe the upgrade path will be a bit messy, but I figure the sooner the tech is out the better.

James

Hi James,  I think this is an acceptable compromise, but only if the installation is packaged and seamless.  What we should try to avoid is having to have users separately install different components in order to get it working.  Ultimately this needs to be as simple to install and use as possible - something that crypto wallets generally lack!  So a "one click" install process for each O/S would be the ideal.

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September 10, 2014, 11:36:32 PM
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To simplify things, I am deciding to remove the libwebsockets created :7777 interface and provide access to the SuperNET API via BTCD RPC calls

The coordination of multiple instances of libjl777 is giving me some headaches and it is not required for the initial configuration of BTCD + NXT in the SuperNET core. I also think that providing RPC interface will make it much easier for other coins to interface to the  SuperNET API.

The side effect of this is that users will be required to install BTCD and NXT for accessing the SuperNET
However, since the "Enter SuperNET" is at the user's option, I think this is an acceptable thing to require, especially since it avoids the need for solving the coordination issue.

Later I can create some sort of daisy chain registration mechanism to allow for the parallel instances. Maybe the upgrade path will be a bit messy, but I figure the sooner the tech is out the better.

James

Hi James,  I think this is an acceptable compromise, but only if the installation is packaged and seamless.  What we should try to avoid is having to have users separately install different components in order to get it working.  Ultimately this needs to be as simple to install and use as possible - something that crypto wallets generally lack!  So a "one click" install process for each O/S would be the ideal.
vanbreuk does installers, so once we have all the components I think it would be as easy as clicking the "Enter SuperNET" and following the instructions. Just dont expect me to do installers, I am too lazy to learn how to make them

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September 11, 2014, 12:13:10 AM
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much easier to remove code!
libwebsockets is not used and I pushed all the latest
still not fully debugged, but there have been some changes since last push

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September 11, 2014, 12:15:31 AM
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The latest shift for the BitcoinDark multipool paid out over 49 BTCD.

Cheers!

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September 11, 2014, 12:29:08 AM
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Anonymous BTCD Debit Cards for Fiat Withdrawal

Crypto ⇒ Cash! An Anon Card is similar to a traditional pre-paid debit MasterCard but will allow BitcoinDark users the ability to anonymously transfer BTCD to fiat.

Anon cards will enable users to bridge the divide between Crypto and the Traditional Banking system. What this means is that you will be able to load your Anon card with BTCD and convert to fiat to make purchases or withdrawals.

However, Anon cards allow users to keep personal information private. Traditional debit cards are directly linked to users through personal information that is required in order to receive them, but with Anon Cards, no personal information is required to receive a card so your personal information will remain private, and your use of the card anonymous.

That is nice but is for very long term? What is the dev working on right now and is there any scheduled release soon?

3D Printing and Bitcoin, that's pretty cool.
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Anonymous BTCD Debit Cards for Fiat Withdrawal

Crypto ⇒ Cash! An Anon Card is similar to a traditional pre-paid debit MasterCard but will allow BitcoinDark users the ability to anonymously transfer BTCD to fiat.

Anon cards will enable users to bridge the divide between Crypto and the Traditional Banking system. What this means is that you will be able to load your Anon card with BTCD and convert to fiat to make purchases or withdrawals.

However, Anon cards allow users to keep personal information private. Traditional debit cards are directly linked to users through personal information that is required in order to receive them, but with Anon Cards, no personal information is required to receive a card so your personal information will remain private, and your use of the card anonymous.

That is nice but is for very long term? What is the dev working on right now and is there any scheduled release soon?
The bankers are being very slow, coinomat is negotiating the best deal we can

If by "dev" you mean me, I just posted https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=684090.msg8768148#msg8768148 and one hour later pushed the latest source. I am working on debugging: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=762346.msg8662643;topicseen#msg8662643 so that we can do long distance Teleports

After being delayed by some non-coding stuff, I am back into coding mode, I had estimated 3.6 days for the debugging of Teleport to beta level, but added SuperNET requirements, so probably not till early next week

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September 11, 2014, 01:23:21 AM
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So if all goes well Teleport may be released in less that two weeks?
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September 11, 2014, 02:03:32 AM
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Stumbled upon this block/stake explorer for BTCD:

http://stakexplorer.com:1234/

Can someone add it to the OP. Has been useful for me when people want to make sure I sent their payment from the multipool. I can simply just put in their address.

Cheers!

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