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October 27, 2014, 11:25:07 AM
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i am new on this is this coin still can be mined by bitcoin asic mining hardware?
i read somewhere that this coin pow phase has been ended is this true?

The POW phase ended and it's pure POS now. You can "mine" it with ASICs on this pool which mines other coins and then pays you in BTCD:

http://www.bitcoindark.ca/

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October 27, 2014, 11:25:42 AM
Last edit: October 27, 2014, 11:36:12 AM by clovis A.
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i am new on this is this coin still can be mined by bitcoin asic mining hardware?
i read somewhere that this coin pow phase has been ended is this true?

Yes, POW ended in July.  POS only, @ 5% interest from here out

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October 27, 2014, 02:15:26 PM
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I can´t find BTCD on Bittrex. SO knows, why?
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October 27, 2014, 02:18:05 PM
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I can´t find BTCD on Bittrex. SO knows, why?

They're just doing maintenance:

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-BTCD

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October 27, 2014, 05:42:49 PM
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i see 36000+ bets on btcd.flippoker.net!

Is that number real?  If so, that's amazing.
8000+ for nxt.flippoker.net
5000+ for supernet.flippoker.net

as near as I can tell it is real, but small wagers, plus there is a faucet, so maybe some people setup a bot?

is flip poker sharing revenue with supernet?
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October 27, 2014, 06:46:52 PM
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The latest shift for the BitcoinDark multipool paid out over 160 BTCD.

Cheers!

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October 27, 2014, 06:55:20 PM
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Pretty crazy to think that almost no one outside of the altcoin section has even heard of BitcoinDark yet.  

This is still only just the beginning, I'm excited for what is to come.

It's going to be awesome when all the tech comes together and we can start showing BitcoinDark off to the world.




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October 27, 2014, 06:57:57 PM
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i see 36000+ bets on btcd.flippoker.net!

Is that number real?  If so, that's amazing.
8000+ for nxt.flippoker.net
5000+ for supernet.flippoker.net

as near as I can tell it is real, but small wagers, plus there is a faucet, so maybe some people setup a bot?

Very addictive game too Smiley

Yeah I went a few rounds and ended up losing haha.  Guess that's why they say the house always wins.  But I can definitely see the attraction.  This whole casino and betting stuff can become very popular.  Going to be very nice when we start getting revenues/dividends from some of it.
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October 27, 2014, 07:41:27 PM
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i see 36000+ bets on btcd.flippoker.net!

Is that number real?  If so, that's amazing.
8000+ for nxt.flippoker.net
5000+ for supernet.flippoker.net

as near as I can tell it is real, but small wagers, plus there is a faucet, so maybe some people setup a bot?

is flip poker sharing revenue with supernet?
that's the plan, possibly a closer relationship
cant comment anymore about this yet

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October 27, 2014, 09:31:28 PM
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Damn, this 'flip' thing is contagious !!   Cheesy

I just started with 5 BTCD and took 15 BTCD profit in 30mins...  Cool  Cheesy
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October 27, 2014, 10:52:41 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=829576.msg9349717#msg9349717
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October 27, 2014, 11:06:12 PM
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I assume you mean this quote:

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That is right. According to my rough calculations, the network needs to be handling 500,000 BTC worth of volume per year for 1 BTC worth of these tokens to generate 100% return in terms of fees paid. That to me seems unlikely to be happening early on in the life of the Blocknet.

It's actually not as bad as it sounds: 500,000/365 = 1370 BTC/Day.

For comparison, BTC-e had a BTC/USD volume of 5189 BTC today.

It's certainly not impossible to make a nice profit with Blocknet but there is no guarantee, of course.

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October 28, 2014, 01:20:33 AM
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That's very optimistic, imo.

I think it's also funny he said this on a later post:

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I'm also wondering whether going open source is a good idea or not. If a clone platform comes out where fees are half the price, won't ordinary everyday users who want things like cloud storage just go with the cheapest option? This isn't like Bitcoin, since the value of this platform is derived from the services not from a currency... I therefore anticipate clones to be more damaging than ordinary coin clones.

Wonder what James thinks about this.  In my opinion, I really like the openness of SuperNET.  That's really the way it should be in the crypto world.
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October 28, 2014, 01:31:21 AM
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That's very optimistic, imo.

I think it's also funny he said this on a later post:

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I'm also wondering whether going open source is a good idea or not. If a clone platform comes out where fees are half the price, won't ordinary everyday users who want things like cloud storage just go with the cheapest option? This isn't like Bitcoin, since the value of this platform is derived from the services not from a currency... I therefore anticipate clones to be more damaging than ordinary coin clones.

Wonder what James thinks about this.  In my opinion, I really like the openness of SuperNET.  That's really the way it should be in the crypto world.
anon tech that is not open source is not anything that anybody should use, regardless of what excuse is used

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October 28, 2014, 01:52:17 AM
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You guys see the orderbook on Trex?    I can see all the way to the highest price queued.   Great job everyone is HODLing.   Price is as high as 2 BTC.  
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October 28, 2014, 03:29:50 AM
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Well, after back to back 30+ hour work "days", I got the new architecture pretty stable. Still some kinks, but for the most part working.

New commands:
{ "BTCDjson", "json" } // this supports sending SuperNET API commands
// there is also https access via web browser and curl and wget, so many ways to issue SuperNET API commands

{ "gotpacket", "msg", "dur", "ip_port" } // this is called when the BTCD gets a packet from one of its peers
{ "gotnewpeer", "ip_port" } // this is called when a new peer is discovered
{ "BTCDpoll" } // this mechanism is used to find out when the SuperNET wants to broadcast or narrowcast packets

{ "maketelepods", "amount", "coin" } // this creates telepods, must be multiples of 0.01
{ "telepodacct", "amount", "contact", "coin", "comment", "cmd", "withdraw" } // this command displays the current set of unspent telepods, either globally, by coin, by contact. also will support withdrawing telepods to a normal address and also create credit/debit journal entries. However, only the display of all the unspent telepods has been tested

Existing commands that at least worked in some cases.
   // Telepathy
    static char *getpeers[] = { (char *)getpeers_func, "getpeers", "V",  "scan", 0 };
    static char *addcontact[] = { (char *)addcontact_func, "addcontact", "V",  "handle", "acct", 0 };
    static char *removecontact[] = { (char *)removecontact_func, "removecontact", "V",  "contact", 0 };
    static char *dispcontact[] = { (char *)dispcontact_func, "dispcontact", "V",  "contact", 0 };
    static char *telepathy[] = { (char *)telepathy_func, "telepathy", "V",  "contact", "id", "type", "attach", 0 };
    static char *getdb[] = { (char *)getdb_func, "getdb", "V",  "contact", "id", "key", "dir", 0 };

    // Kademlia DHT
    static char *ping[] = { (char *)ping_func, "ping", "V", "pubkey", "ipaddr", "port", "destip", 0 };
    static char *pong[] = { (char *)pong_func, "pong", "V", "pubkey", "ipaddr", "port", 0 };
    static char *store[] = { (char *)store_func, "store", "V", "pubkey", "key", "name", "data", 0 };
    static char *findvalue[] = { (char *)findvalue_func, "findvalue", "V", "pubkey", "key", "name", "data", 0 };
    static char *findnode[] = { (char *)findnode_func, "findnode", "V", "pubkey", "key", "name", "data", 0 };
 
    // MofNfs
    static char *savefile[] = { (char *)savefile_func, "savefile", "V", "filename", "L", "M", "N", "backup", "password", "pin", 0 };
    static char *restorefile[] = { (char *)restorefile_func, "restorefile", "V", "filename", "L", "M", "N", "backup", "password", "destfile", "sharenrs", "txids", "pin", 0 };


As you can see quite a few API's are ready to test

James

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October 28, 2014, 10:21:03 AM
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Well, after back to back 30+ hour work "days", I got the new architecture pretty stable. Still some kinks, but for the most part working.

New commands:
{ "BTCDjson", "json" } // this supports sending SuperNET API commands
// there is also https access via web browser and curl and wget, so many ways to issue SuperNET API commands

{ "gotpacket", "msg", "dur", "ip_port" } // this is called when the BTCD gets a packet from one of its peers
{ "gotnewpeer", "ip_port" } // this is called when a new peer is discovered
{ "BTCDpoll" } // this mechanism is used to find out when the SuperNET wants to broadcast or narrowcast packets

{ "maketelepods", "amount", "coin" } // this creates telepods, must be multiples of 0.01
{ "telepodacct", "amount", "contact", "coin", "comment", "cmd", "withdraw" } // this command displays the current set of unspent telepods, either globally, by coin, by contact. also will support withdrawing telepods to a normal address and also create credit/debit journal entries. However, only the display of all the unspent telepods has been tested

Existing commands that at least worked in some cases.
   // Telepathy
    static char *getpeers[] = { (char *)getpeers_func, "getpeers", "V",  "scan", 0 };
    static char *addcontact[] = { (char *)addcontact_func, "addcontact", "V",  "handle", "acct", 0 };
    static char *removecontact[] = { (char *)removecontact_func, "removecontact", "V",  "contact", 0 };
    static char *dispcontact[] = { (char *)dispcontact_func, "dispcontact", "V",  "contact", 0 };
    static char *telepathy[] = { (char *)telepathy_func, "telepathy", "V",  "contact", "id", "type", "attach", 0 };
    static char *getdb[] = { (char *)getdb_func, "getdb", "V",  "contact", "id", "key", "dir", 0 };

    // Kademlia DHT
    static char *ping[] = { (char *)ping_func, "ping", "V", "pubkey", "ipaddr", "port", "destip", 0 };
    static char *pong[] = { (char *)pong_func, "pong", "V", "pubkey", "ipaddr", "port", 0 };
    static char *store[] = { (char *)store_func, "store", "V", "pubkey", "key", "name", "data", 0 };
    static char *findvalue[] = { (char *)findvalue_func, "findvalue", "V", "pubkey", "key", "name", "data", 0 };
    static char *findnode[] = { (char *)findnode_func, "findnode", "V", "pubkey", "key", "name", "data", 0 };
 
    // MofNfs
    static char *savefile[] = { (char *)savefile_func, "savefile", "V", "filename", "L", "M", "N", "backup", "password", "pin", 0 };
    static char *restorefile[] = { (char *)restorefile_func, "restorefile", "V", "filename", "L", "M", "N", "backup", "password", "destfile", "sharenrs", "txids", "pin", 0 };


As you can see quite a few API's are ready to test

James

It all makes sense to me now...... regarding your ability to get so much done that is.  Somehow you've figured out how to get 30+ hours out of a 24 hour day.  Kudos to the back to back 30+ hour work days Smiley

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October 28, 2014, 10:23:39 AM
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James, in regards to the email you sent Kristov Atlas last week..... did you receive a response from Mr. Atlas?  Does he now have a better understanding of the tech you're implementing?  Very curious about this.....

Thanks in advance!!

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October 28, 2014, 10:39:13 AM
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James, in regards to the email you sent Kristov Atlas last week..... did you receive a response from Mr. Atlas?  Does he now have a better understanding of the tech you're implementing?  Very curious about this.....

Thanks in advance!!
yes and hopefully
when I am done coding the bulk of thing, I can concentrate on documenting it

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October 28, 2014, 11:27:58 AM
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Good sign to see the network stake rising back to previous levels Smiley

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