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October 13, 2014, 08:05:35 PM
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just pushed a new version with the deaddrop coded (but not tested yet) and a new SuperNET.conf field "debug"
if you like all the printouts just set "debug":1 or 2

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October 13, 2014, 11:42:07 PM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.
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October 13, 2014, 11:44:11 PM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

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October 13, 2014, 11:54:02 PM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

Done.

Thank you for swiftness, right on the ball.  Smiley
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October 14, 2014, 04:18:02 AM
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Hi, what kind of hardware specs do you need for privacyserver testing, i think i could provide some if its not too high requirement, i have sufficient IPv4 but lack of hardware resources.

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October 14, 2014, 05:09:52 AM
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Hi, what kind of hardware specs do you need for privacyserver testing, i think i could provide some if its not too high requirement, i have sufficient IPv4 but lack of hardware resources.
I think 2GB RAM is all that is needed

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October 14, 2014, 05:12:52 AM
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pushed a new version
I finally got onion routing of DHT calls working
pretty crazy stuff, but it seems to work and I am sending stuff to addresses that nobody actually has and during the DHT routing, the node that it was meant for decrypts it on the fly

and the DHT call is started by randomly selected node, L layers of the onion away from the actual originator.

still have some bugs, but I fixed a LOT of small things and I think now the onion routing will work much better and it is enable for all calls other than pong.

ping is unencrypted and no onion layers of course
pong is encrypted with a direct transmission
all other API are encrypted and adds a random number of onion layers up to Lfactor in your SuperNET.conf file

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October 14, 2014, 06:38:09 AM
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Hi, what kind of hardware specs do you need for privacyserver testing, i think i could provide some if its not too high requirement, i have sufficient IPv4 but lack of hardware resources.
I think 2GB RAM is all that is needed

is 1GB enough? I could fire up probably 4 nodes with different distro/version and public IPs with 4 vCPU and 1GB RAM, or 2 nodes if u want 2GB right now. It doesnt count much i know, just willing to help if u need it  Smiley

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October 14, 2014, 08:28:27 AM
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Hello everyone Smiley
I have started a SuperNET API documentation thread here: https://forum.thesupernet.org/index.php?board=41.0
I have begun populating it, though am still wrestling a little with the installation and update process myself. If anyone gets an automated process up and running - Linux or Windows - that would be fantastic and would no doubt enable many more people to do some testing and experimenting with it. Remember: James has offered a 1,000 BTCD bounty if you can find a way to break it...
I will be taking a little break from this for a while to get my head around DHT routing and N-dimensional space equidistant addresses and write up James' new plan to send messages to people without even knowing their IP address. 'Imagine being able to send email to someone without knowing their email address and without spamming everyone. This is on that level of crazy.'
Assuming I survive this, I'll get back to the API documentation afterwards. In the meantime, please feel free to add material to the documentation threads above. When I get back from my trip to N-space I'll incorporate any new information into the OPs.
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October 14, 2014, 08:29:43 AM
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Hi, what kind of hardware specs do you need for privacyserver testing, i think i could provide some if its not too high requirement, i have sufficient IPv4 but lack of hardware resources.
I think 2GB RAM is all that is needed

is 1GB enough? I could fire up probably 4 nodes with different distro/version and public IPs with 4 vCPU and 1GB RAM, or 2 nodes if u want 2GB right now. It doesnt count much i know, just willing to help if u need it  Smiley
every server helps
i doubt 1gb will be enough

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October 14, 2014, 08:36:23 AM
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I want to do some testing tomorrow with more than half a dozen servers
any chance of getting at least a dozen running?

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October 14, 2014, 09:34:44 AM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

Hi crackfoo
I've not been paid out either and my unconfirmed are taking longer than normal to confirm. any chance you could check it for me.
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October 14, 2014, 09:49:23 AM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

Hi crackfoo
I've not been paid out either and my unconfirmed are taking longer than normal to confirm. any chance you could check it for me.

I'm in the same situation, longer confirms and haven't been paid yet, I know crackfoo from back in the Crypto days, he's an honest man don't you worry Wink
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October 14, 2014, 11:17:14 AM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

Hi crackfoo
I've not been paid out either and my unconfirmed are taking longer than normal to confirm. any chance you could check it for me.

I'm in the same situation, longer confirms and haven't been paid yet, I know crackfoo from back in the Crypto days, he's an honest man don't you worry Wink

dollux was sorted out. The started mining shortly before or after Friday's shift ended and thus there has been no shift finished yet.

Follow me on twitter folks. I've posted that there that the weekend shift was pushed to tuesday as I tried to enjoy the canadian thanks giving weekend.

https://twitter.com/_xpool_/status/521132881134243841

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October 14, 2014, 11:25:21 AM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

Hi crackfoo
I've not been paid out either and my unconfirmed are taking longer than normal to confirm. any chance you could check it for me.

I'm in the same situation, longer confirms and haven't been paid yet, I know crackfoo from back in the Crypto days, he's an honest man don't you worry Wink





I suspected this was the case but why are the unconfirmed delayed?
dollux was sorted out. The started mining shortly before or after Friday's shift ended and thus there has been no shift finished yet.

Follow me on twitter folks. I've posted that there that the weekend shift was pushed to tuesday as I tried to enjoy the canadian thanks giving weekend.

https://twitter.com/_xpool_/status/521132881134243841

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October 14, 2014, 11:42:14 AM
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Hey crackfoo, am I correct in thinking that you are the proprietor of btcd.xpool.ca.

If you are can you please help as I am seemingly not getting paid out.
No big rush but I would like some assistance, thank you.

PM me the workername you have set in your miner's config.

Hi crackfoo
I've not been paid out either and my unconfirmed are taking longer than normal to confirm. any chance you could check it for me.

I'm in the same situation, longer confirms and haven't been paid yet, I know crackfoo from back in the Crypto days, he's an honest man don't you worry Wink





I suspected this was the case but why are the unconfirmed delayed?



Not sure what you mean. unconfirmed means, there are blocks that you mined that haven't confirmed yet. Simple as that. I can't control that.

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October 14, 2014, 04:32:33 PM
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Hi Guys,

Just a reminder and a suggestion that anyone involved in the btcd community to also register for the btcd official forums: http://forum.bitcoindark.pw/index.php

figroll did a great job putting the site and the forums together and this will provide a nice platform for further development of btcd.
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October 14, 2014, 06:05:32 PM
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I PMed Azeh about helping with Fiat purchases at Digital Ocean but he never replied. If you guys still are looking for someone to set up an account there to provide VMs, let me know. My offer is still open.
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October 14, 2014, 07:09:45 PM
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I PMed Azeh about helping with Fiat purchases at Digital Ocean but he never replied. If you guys still are looking for someone to set up an account there to provide VMs, let me know. My offer is still open.


Sorry about that PilotBTC, had many different PM's about this subject.  We have a group going on another platform about this topic.  Send me a PM with your email and I'll get you added.
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October 14, 2014, 07:17:44 PM
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The latest shift for the BitcoinDark multipool paid out over 173 BTCD.

Cheers!

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