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February 22, 2015, 03:17:22 AM
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The way InstantDEX API works is you ask for an orderbook, it shows all the orders from everyone. If you see an order you want to match, it will have the exact syntax needed for a "makeoffer" API. So copy it and submit it as an API call.

This will in turn generate a processutx API to send to the remote node

Which receives it and send back a respondtx API along with the signedtx bytes that can be pushed to the network.

Node A
curl --data-binary '{"jsonrpc": "1.0", "id":"curltest", "method": "SuperNET", "params": ["{\"requestType\":\"makeoffer\",\"baseid\":\"11060861818140490423\",\"baseamount\":\"101111100\",\"relid\":\"17554243582654188572\",\"relamount\":\"617900\",\"other\":\"8279528579993996036\",\"subscribe\":\"1\"}"]  }' -H 'content-type: text/plain;' http://127.0.0.1:7777/

send.([{"requestType":"processutx","NXT":"12240549928875772593","utx":"0211665557020a00ec7f665fccae39025531b1cb3c48e584916dba00a7034edc60f9e4111f86145 d048b3c6e60cbe672000000000000000000e1f50500000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000001000000158e05004253a05e77c0de7201b7faf17b381380997f27000000000000016000008 07b22617373657441223a223131303630383631383138313430343930343233222c227174794122 3a223130313131222c22617373657442223a2231373535343234333538323635343138383537322 22c2271747942223a22363137393030227d","sig":"a447c703c03cbf851c15ec3564e3b4c681af187fd42146bb824a57c3e904c116","full":"d724a350527244c127cc4a69d58fb9a69fb38d0e5b31e327260eadc4fe582765","timestamp":1424572325},{"token":"phfmcvvc65ag4edesl43pith02t6r4c4c3e4s0t7gofh3p7patamcn8k1k774l02mbloiquivhhhbhh nkolce88962m7s1bo4v7e6hn2bgcgbbmqbo21tinhddujjtisl0vp1ut1ll7jt7j2vvpslcnihe45qk 86"}]) to NXT.8279528579993996036

Node B
send ({"requestType":"respondtx","NXT":"8279528579993996036","signedtx":"0211575557020a00ac24ff73f21425e9e68936141f8861ac206f72e1cfd18a6a84747c211eb9800 0b1ca129e4e2bdfa9000000000000000000e1f50500000000d724a350527244c127cc4a69d58fb9 a69fb38d0e5b31e327260eadc4fe58276553c7a314591e36e85f9fa704a3dc79b595b868aa9bd0f aef2413a6d33b93e90399b9f4667dac6e484c792231e187bca63488c4f76149c2a8eb733b073f29 bd4a01000000158e05004253a05e77c0de72011c8cc83488339df3ac6d090000000000013000008 07b22617373657441223a223131303630383631383138313430343930343233222c227174794122 3a223130313131227d","timestamp":1424572310}) to 12240549928875772593

Node A
RESPONDTX.(0211575557020a00ac24ff73f21425e9e68936141f8861ac206f72e1cfd18a6a84747c211eb9800 0b1ca129e4e2bdfa9000000000000000000e1f50500000000d724a350527244c127cc4a69d58fb9 a69fb38d0e5b31e327260eadc4fe58276553c7a314591e36e85f9fa704a3dc79b595b868aa9bd0f aef2413a6d33b93e90399b9f4667dac6e484c792231e187bca63488c4f76149c2a8eb733b073f29 bd4a01000000158e05004253a05e77c0de72011c8cc83488339df3ac6d090000000000013000008 07b22617373657441223a223131303630383631383138313430343930343233222c227174794122 3a223130313131227d) from (8279528579993996036)

TRADECOMPLETE.({"result":"tradecompleted","txid":"9945291270561970098","signedtx":"0211675e57020a00ec7f665fccae39025531b1cb3c48e584916dba00a7034edc60f9e4111f86145 d048b3c6e60cbe672000000000000000000e1f50500000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000024e4a6b506cff53e92236a228408d1bfc6850367eae34 3d1aecc5d84409c810d878a5b7e68314df84e0e7227c38a6f4eee674e8ffb93c58df636b124b3c8 8eec010000002b8e050034aa683cca0d112701b7faf17b381380997f27000000000000013100008 07b22617373657442223a223137353534323433353832363534313838353732222c227174794222 3a22363137393030227d","othertxid":"4233802116116130288"})

Now this is without anything fancy and requires fill or kill exact match and still a lot of error handling to put around it, but the basic atomic exchange is working again. depending on how long the NXT takes to generate the tx, the exchange happens very quickly. In fact I saw one trade happen immediately as I pressed enter, but usually there is a few second pause for the NXT to generate the tx.

Also the trade is completed offchain and then pushed to the network and with both sides verifying the signatures and details, it is a matter of time before it will get confirmed(*). but until it is, it cant be re-traded.

You can see the matched transactions on the NXT mainnet: 9945291270561970098 and 4233802116116130288

James

(*) there is a small chance for some funny business by the block generator so if you are trading with that node, some precautions are needed. But this is a detail and just requires a bit of fine tuning to the basic mechanism, along with adding a small fee for matching trades.

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February 22, 2015, 08:32:55 AM
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I added fixed fees of 2.5 NXT per side for direct exchange. will be another 5 NXT for a hybrid orderbook trade

so this is a 5NXT to 10 NXT per trade and will discourage small orders and also those annoying bots that bid 1 satoshi higher, they wont be able to do that as the fee per trade is too expensive.

but for trades of ~0.2 BTC it is 0.1% fee, for 1 BTC trade it is <0.025%, which is quite a good deal

I added some error handling, but need to debug it as it is rejecting all trade offers. Anyway the basic function of InstantDEX is working via API, net week I hope the GUI team will release something like: yunbi.com/markets/nxtbtc just without all the centralized parts.

So finally we are close to being able to test a decentralized crypto exchange that looks like a centralized one. No charge for making/cancelling bids/asks and just a low fixed fee for trades. Additionally I will be deploying automated market makers for the major issues with a target bid/ask spread of 1%. this will create a lot more liquidity and value for everything involved. And of course BTCD will be the reference currency for the hybrid orderbooks that will bridge the crypto coins with the NXT assets

James

tl:dr it's ok to start getting excited

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Last edit: February 22, 2015, 04:22:27 PM by Zer0Sum
 #8363

so this is a 5NXT to 10 NXT per trade and will discourage small orders and also those annoying bots that bid 1 satoshi higher, they wont be able to do that as the fee per trade is too expensive.

Yes, yes, yes.

Also, consider limiting decimal places (this is coin specific)...
For example, BTER traded NXT to only 7 decimal places and created the most liquid market...
You eliminate the NXT "satoshi jumpers" when the minimum increment is 10 satoshi.

For BTCD there is absolutely no reason to go beyond 5 decimal places:

   bid: 0.00400  ask:  0.00401

Note the 6th decimal place is only useful to market manipulators.
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tl:dr it's ok to start getting excited

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February 22, 2015, 11:34:44 PM
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Hi all, got a wallet install problem -- no sync. (Win 7 Ultimate x64)

I downloaded the Windows wallet and config file, placed them in my QT target directory. fired off the QT and it built the roaming coin subdirectory with peers.dat, etc, but observed it wasn't finding a node.  I stopped it, copied the .conf file (with a laundry list of nodes in it) to the roaming coin directory, deleted the peers.dat and blockchain files, and fired off the QT again, still no joy.  Wallet version is 1.0.0.0.  What's my problem -- wrong wallet version?













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February 22, 2015, 11:42:17 PM
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so this is a 5NXT to 10 NXT per trade and will discourage small orders and also those annoying bots that bid 1 satoshi higher, they wont be able to do that as the fee per trade is too expensive.

Yes, yes, yes.

Also, consider limiting decimal places (this is coin specific)...
For example, BTER traded NXT to only 7 decimal places and created the most liquid market...
You eliminate the NXT "satoshi jumpers" when the minimum increment is 10 satoshi.

For BTCD there is absolutely no reason to go beyond 5 decimal places:

   bid: 0.00400  ask:  0.00401

Note the 6th decimal place is only useful to market manipulators.
good point! anything less than 1% resolution should work fine

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February 23, 2015, 03:32:52 AM
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BitcoinDark Slack Log(2/18-2/22)

jahl (sprnt)BOT [3:56 AM]
i may have converted a BLK owner to invest in BTCD instead irl :simple_smile:

thinkinger [4:12 AM]
joined #general

jahl (sprnt)BOT [5:54 AM]
i'm thinking of putting my btc on trex into btcd and just xfer them to my wallet

btcddev (sprnt)BOT [6:06 AM]
@jahl don't trust exchanges

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:07 AM]
hence my idea

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:07 AM]
still cursed with wantign a good price :confused:

btcddev (sprnt)BOT [6:07 AM]
:simple_smile:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:08 AM]
anyoen wanna sell @ 400 by any chance?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:08 AM]
400401 on trex, if anyone is interested

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:08 AM]
@durdurhae: was in the market on the sell side

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:11 AM]
instantdex buy didn't get filled either damn

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:22 AM]
durdurhae seems to be online

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:23 AM]
hi I just logged in

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:23 AM]
hey :simple_smile: you wanted to get rid off some btcd?

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:23 AM]
yeah I have to... :disappointed:

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:24 AM]
I got little less than 7K

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:24 AM]
i woudl only want 2.7btc worth, rest is on BTer lol

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:24 AM]
oh that sucks :disappointed:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:25 AM]
yea, maybe i'm lucky and some unity buys got filled before the donation to the hacker

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:26 AM]
yeah that Bter events is annoying

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:27 AM]
I thought you were buying 4K, but I will sell on Bittrex a bit if no one comes out for buy the whole thing

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:27 AM]
spend my btc on that wall on trex

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:28 AM]
so can't buy the hole thing

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:28 AM]
maybe more potential buyers here

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
not enough liquidity :disappointed:

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [6:32 AM]
but yeah, I think I will sell it to your wall soon

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:32 AM]
alright

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:35 AM]
leave the one at 400k, that way ppl will place orders before it again and you can sell in tiny pieces as you are now

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:35 AM]
well its your choice, just my opinion

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:40 AM]
polo is below 400k

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [7:02 AM]
How long does it usually take for trex to confirm the btcd?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:03 AM]
hmm not sure, i think around 8 or less? but been playign with many coins, so i could have it mixed up with another one

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:05 AM]
oh 20 it says

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:05 AM]
https://bittrex.com/Home/Fees

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [7:06 AM]
I see. thanks :simple_smile:

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [7:16 AM]
done

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:16 AM]
thanks :simple_smile:

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [7:18 AM]
let me know if you need more

durdurhae (sprnt)BOT [7:18 AM]
hate to sell, but have to... :disappointed:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:18 AM]
ok, will see how BTer goes

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:21 AM]
g'night :simple_smile:

cascrypto (sprnt)BOT [5:08 PM]
miss my  btcd ;0( let bter come back online , or wait till i have more btc to buy the massif altcoin dump

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:42 PM]
why does anyone dump "alts" when the price of btc makes them rise in value?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:43 PM]
buy high sell low strategy

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:43 PM]
it is necessary to support the traders who buy low and sell high

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:46 PM]
i get that...necessary evil i guess

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:46 PM]
hodl

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:48 PM]
my goal is to have the one's that rise in value against btc

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:49 PM]
in a nut shell

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:50 PM]
i just got your joke james

cascrypto (sprnt)BOT [5:53 PM]
alt coin dump will come if bter keeps our coin, plenty of coins where 30% of all coins are on bter, they will dump them for btc then , i guess

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:53 PM]
unfortunately not a joke

gabes (sprnt)BOT [5:53 PM]
james never joking. always serious. :expressionless:

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:55 PM]
i forgot for a minute

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:55 PM]
or a few

futurist (sprnt)BOT [5:57 PM]
@cascrypto: why?Huh

futurist (sprnt)BOT [6:01 PM]
oh...think i get what you're saying

futurist (sprnt)BOT [6:03 PM]
i was basically all in on vrc

icebear (sprnt)BOT [6:03 PM]
It would be kind of criminal if they did that though imo..

futurist (sprnt)BOT [6:04 PM]
ty vericoin devs

cascrypto (sprnt)BOT [6:05 PM]
yeah I still think Chinese government will not allow this theft i hope, crypto gives the Chinese lots of power if they keep the industry clean i guess

icebear (sprnt)BOT [6:05 PM]
See #deleted-channel

icebear (sprnt)BOT [6:05 PM]
There's hope..

stuntruffle (sprnt)BOT [8:54 PM]
I had a bunch of btcd sell orders for nxt on bter

stuntruffle (sprnt)BOT [8:55 PM]
was hoping to catch some crazy person pumping a 250k nxt buy into btcd again

stuntruffle (sprnt)BOT [8:55 PM]
don't feel so bad about losing coins after hearing about the 400 btc supernet loss

veryveriviral (sprnt)BOT [9:48 PM]
@futurist: I doubt Bter will be able to survive this. With MintPal - for us - it certainly wasn't about saving their "exchange". Had everything to do with a possible 51% attack - thereby protecting our coin AND investors. These centralized exchanges are an enormous problem...

apex944 (sprnt)BOT [9:54 PM]
which is why I've pulled all my funds off them...  we need SN v1.0 .... Crypto needs SN v1.0 !

----- February 19th, 2015 -----

cassius (sprnt)BOT [12:12 AM]
We really do need a high-liquidity decentralised exchange. Where can we find one?

cassius (sprnt)BOT [12:12 AM]
Wait! I think I heard BlockNET was developing something like that.

jahl (sprnt)BOT [1:55 AM]
shit that wall is gone :confused:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [3:29 AM]
btcddev did you buy it again?

btcddev (sprnt)BOT [3:33 AM]
Smiley

jahl (sprnt)BOT [3:33 AM]
i wired money this noon, but once i got home it was gone

jahl (sprnt)BOT [3:37 AM]
i think it may have been durdurhae's wall

pondsea (sprnt)BOT [3:45 AM]
@jahl: are you in the states?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [3:46 AM]
europe

pondsea (sprnt)BOT [3:46 AM]
ah ok

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [8:15 AM]
some

btcddev (sprnt)BOT [8:34 AM]
Hi cryptodaknight

figroll [9:26 PM]
Just for info:

figroll [9:26 PM]
http://www.windowscentral.com/slack-now-available-windows-desktop-beta-form
 
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Feb 19th at 3:56 PM

----- Yesterday February 22nd, 2015 -----

jahl (sprnt)BOT [4:36 AM]
we need a sell wall again :confused:

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:37 AM]
I would like to borrow 10% of rimbit and sell it at current prices, use the proceeds to buy 50% of BTCD.

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:38 AM]
later I will sell 0.001% of BTCD to repurchase the rimbit

btcdith [4:38 AM]
go for it

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:38 AM]
will be nice multimillion dollar gain

jahl (sprnt)BOT [4:39 AM]
i'm still anrgy that wall at 388k was there when i could not reach any btc :confused:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [4:40 AM]
was that durdurhea?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:41 AM]
probably. he was needing short term and knew it was not good trade, real life sucks sometimes

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:41 AM]
what is current price anyway?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [4:41 AM]
373 bid 400k ask

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:42 AM]
so it is still good price

jahl (sprnt)BOT [4:43 AM]
kinda hoping on more sub400k walls

btcdith [4:52 AM]
why does it say BOT next to your name?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:52 AM]
we are all sockpuppets

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:53 AM]
yours says (bitcoindark) next to it

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:53 AM]
i think the slack <-> irc is adding it

btcdith [4:53 AM]
ok didn't know if a bot was typing these, would have been impressive

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:54 AM]
that is our mission

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:54 AM]
to fool the humans to think we are also human

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:54 AM]
then the assimilation will begin

btcdith [4:55 AM]
don

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:55 AM]
please ignore the above, my cat typed it

btcdith [4:55 AM]
i thought we had 30 years or so

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:55 AM]
of course, it will be at least 30.1 years

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:56 AM]
there is nothing to worry about

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:56 AM]
looks like I fixed the last InstantDEX orderbook bugs

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:56 AM]
even a random crash in totally separate module

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:56 AM]
so now have to make it do the order matching

jahl (sprnt)BOT [4:58 AM]
woudl it be able to handle a transfer of all BTer users to instantdex?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:59 AM]
100 trades per minute will be the initial limit

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [4:59 AM]
but we wont have all the coins available at once

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:00 AM]
and NXT devs assure me the limit of tx will be able to be increased

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:00 AM]
so, yes we can absorb quite a lot

jahl (sprnt)BOT [5:00 AM]
1.6 traders per second

jahl (sprnt)BOT [5:01 AM]
lots better then AE

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:01 AM]
AE can handle this too

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:01 AM]
but when it costs for each bid

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:01 AM]
and sometimes 10 minute block

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:02 AM]
to be clear, InstantDEX will let you do a trade in few seconds (depends on ping times of both peers)

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:02 AM]
but you cant retrade until it is on the blockchain

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:02 AM]
and maybe some nodes will not want something you have that is only 1 block confirmed

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:03 AM]
but these are choices each node can make independently

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:03 AM]
at first I am doing the scramble to get the simplest order matching working

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:03 AM]
so plz for the first version we need to start slow and make sure it is solid

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [5:03 AM]
I fix bugs, then add more advanced things

mivond (sprnt)BOT [5:53 AM]
Hi everyone please try out my game bitcoindarkdice.net :simple_smile:

mivond (sprnt)BOT [5:53 AM]
My first dice game, please let me know how you find it

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:12 AM]
does it make you a nice income? :simple_smile:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:16 AM]
oh, does the block explorer show a larger balance then the wallet because of theunconfirmed staking fees?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:18 AM]
ramchains is assuming any unspent output is valid, no provision for longer time needed for fresh minted coins

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:25 AM]
its still 0.4btcd off

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:28 AM]
yes there is some discrepancy. but not sure where it is from

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:28 AM]
are you accounting for it being a few blocks behind?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:30 AM]
i wont be minting 0.4btcd in a few blocks :simple_smile:

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:30 AM]
well its not an issue, just something i noticed

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
oh, unless the it has somethign to do with the pool

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
only whales will notice any meaningful discrepancy

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
pool?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
mining pool

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
just got another 0.1, so only .3 diff

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:31 AM]
the ramchain balance should be quite close to what your wallet says

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:32 AM]
maybe the wallet is behidn after all

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:32 AM]
i think the blockexplorer is ~5 blocks behind, not sure

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:32 AM]
which says bigger balance?

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:32 AM]
block explorer

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:33 AM]
then it is the sum of all the blocks you mined that have not matured yet

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:33 AM]
could easily add uo

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [6:33 AM]
up

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:34 AM]
i have manually added thos, unless the ones that ae minted that didn't show in my transactions due to some delay

jahl (sprnt)BOT [6:42 AM]
one more stake, and then that confirms the RAMchains are too fast for the wallet

mivond (sprnt)BOT [7:02 AM]
jahl no I just set it up

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:25 AM]
just curious, how did you end up in BTCD james?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:26 AM]
a week after it launched I found out about it

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:26 AM]
they were asking for community help

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:26 AM]
i PM some tech advice

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:26 AM]
next thing you know, i am becoming core dev

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:27 AM]
that went fast lol

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:27 AM]
i am usually big trouble maker

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:27 AM]
i keep asking questions about this and that

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:27 AM]
and usually i am pointng out issues

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:27 AM]
and so what usually happens is I am asked to leave

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:28 AM]
lol

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:28 AM]
but with BTCD, it was quite opposite

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:28 AM]
So it is due to Azeh I am here

jahl (sprnt)BOT [7:28 AM]
azeh is a btcd dev too?

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:28 AM]
he is the ben franklin for BTCD

jl777 (sprnt)BOT [7:28 AM]
i saw his pic

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leathan (sprnt)BOT [2:03 AM]
btcd address

leathan (sprnt)BOT [2:03 AM]
or try a nxt address Cheesy

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [2:51 AM]
how about SN addy?

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [2:52 AM]
Testing now taking place

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [2:52 AM]
go to #deleted-channel

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:52 AM]
hey all

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:52 AM]
my btcd client is acting funky for days now

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
it's up and running, looks like it is still forging blocks

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
but it keeps falling behind

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
(out of sync)

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
now 2207 blocks remaining

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
but they never download

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
it just keeps falling more and more behind

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
while still forging blocks every so often

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:53 AM]
I've rebooted and everything

mr_e (sprnt)BOT [2:54 AM]
it shows I'm connected to the network

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [2:57 AM]
I do not see a "SN Button" in my BTCD wallet

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [2:57 AM]
using v v1.0.0.0-g32a928e

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [2:58 AM]
yeah same version here and no SN button

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:08 AM]
@nippybrit: I'm waiting on my NXT NRS for SN to complete BlockChain Download

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:09 AM]
it's the same blockchain - the next one

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:09 AM]
NXT, sorry :simple_smile:

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:09 AM]
can't hope to see anything until it's complete.I think

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:09 AM]
if you have the complete blockchain in your normal client

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:09 AM]
you can just stop the java process and copy the folder over

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:09 AM]
nxt_db

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
this folder

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
I'm not using "MY" NRS nxt for testing

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
?

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
the blockchain is the blockchain

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
wherever it comes from

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
opened new account and need to do first time down load

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
of Block chain

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
but it's the same file

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:10 AM]
the "account" is just the result of your password

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:11 AM]
yes it is

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:11 AM]
so there's no need to re-download

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:11 AM]
you can take the nxt_db folder from your nrs client and paste it into the SN V1 client folder

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:12 AM]
it didn't take long to see my test deposit after that

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:12 AM]
or? Once I have it loaded on my machine should it be availabe to any new nxt wallwt  you create?

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:13 AM]
Nice to know. We will have to make future testers aware of that

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:13 AM]
"available" in that you can just copy the blockchain from one to the other

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:13 AM]
it's the same "database" as any NXT client will use

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:13 AM]
yes. I understand. But was unaware of that possibility until now

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:14 AM]
should be a big time saver then!

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [3:14 AM]
I've gotta go eat sunday roast now :simple_smile:

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:14 AM]
yes 66143 blocks left for my fresh down load

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [3:15 AM]
enjoy

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:33 AM]
yes, you probably need to be running NRS to get the supernet interface

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:33 AM]
I don't understand why the version number is the same but you have a more up to date version

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:33 AM]
maybe they don't bother updating the version number until a public release

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [4:37 AM]
@nippybrit:  just checked the instruction link ^. It's a linux based wallet he's getting the in wallet supernet tab in. (I think)

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:37 AM]
ohh

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:37 AM]
I think it might be the in-development version though

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [4:38 AM]
lots of fog, confusion, misunderstandings, will be the norm as SN emerges

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:38 AM]
since the instructions are to grab something from github

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:38 AM]
yeah

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:38 AM]
I guess there's plenty of scope for confusion!

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [4:39 AM]
best to ask in #deleted-channel

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:39 AM]
as an aside, my phone's text to speech pronounces "github" as "gi-thub"

nippybrit (sprnt)BOT [4:39 AM]
and it's made it hard to look at the word the same again

kevondo (sprnt)BOT [4:39 AM]
but doesn't seem to be moderatoe around  right now
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February 23, 2015, 03:39:28 AM
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Hi all, got a wallet install problem -- no sync. (Win 7 Ultimate x64)

I downloaded the Windows wallet and config file, placed them in my QT target directory. fired off the QT and it built the roaming coin subdirectory with peers.dat, etc, but observed it wasn't finding a node.  I stopped it, copied the .conf file (with a laundry list of nodes in it) to the roaming coin directory, deleted the peers.dat and blockchain files, and fired off the QT again, still no joy.  Wallet version is 1.0.0.0.  What's my problem -- wrong wallet version?
OK, so I get the idea that my problem isn't very interesting, but fact is I'm completely shut down as far as BTCD is concerned -- the wallet install as described in the OP doesn't sync!

I'm trying to step through the approaching 480 page thread hoping for hints, but it's more than a tough proposition.  Please give me a hand with this -- thanks!













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February 23, 2015, 03:44:30 AM
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Hi all, got a wallet install problem -- no sync. (Win 7 Ultimate x64)

I downloaded the Windows wallet and config file, placed them in my QT target directory. fired off the QT and it built the roaming coin subdirectory with peers.dat, etc, but observed it wasn't finding a node.  I stopped it, copied the .conf file (with a laundry list of nodes in it) to the roaming coin directory, deleted the peers.dat and blockchain files, and fired off the QT again, still no joy.  Wallet version is 1.0.0.0.  What's my problem -- wrong wallet version?
OK, so I get the idea that my problem isn't very interesting, but fact is I'm completely shut down as far as BTCD is concerned -- the wallet install as described in the OP doesn't sync!

I'm trying to step through the approaching 480 page thread hoping for hints, but it's more than a tough proposition.  Please give me a hand with this -- thanks!

Try these too

Code:
addnode=146.185.188.6
addnode=74.91.20.250:39997
addnode=54.85.50.15:50288
addnode=107.170.148.50:14631
addnode=65.129.66.246:57762
addnode=31.220.4.41
addnode=98.226.66.65
addnode=193.219.117.63
addnode=62.210.141.204
addnode=128.199.172.165
addnode=192.99.143.114
addnode=178.20.169.208
addnode=195.34.100.2:42038
addnode=5.101.107.239:60056
addnode=186.94.211.104:49195
addnode=186.94.211.104:49543
addnode=ps00.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps01.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps02.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps03.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps04.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps09.bitcoindark.ca

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February 23, 2015, 05:20:20 AM
Last edit: March 07, 2015, 02:49:46 AM by TrevorS
 #8370

Thanks for paying attention to me, much appreciated! Smiley

With your addition, here is the current content of my BitcoinDark.conf file

Code:
addnode=107.170.59.196
addnode=146.185.188.6
addnode=74.91.20.250:39997
addnode=54.85.50.15:50288
addnode=107.170.148.50:14631
addnode=65.129.66.246:57762
addnode=31.220.4.41
addnode=98.226.66.65
addnode=193.219.117.63
addnode=62.210.141.204
addnode=128.199.172.165
addnode=192.99.143.114
addnode=178.20.169.208
addnode=195.34.100.2:42038
addnode=5.101.107.239:60056
addnode=186.94.211.104:49195
addnode=186.94.211.104:49543
addnode=ps00.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps01.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps02.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps03.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps04.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps09.bitcoindark.ca

I have this file located in both the freshly cleaned roaming coin subdirectory and the target QT wallet directory, but when the QT is fired up, it still fails to find a node.  I've no doubt the problem is simplistic, and probably comes back to me, but I've currently ~ seven other QT wallets running on the same machine and they sync fine.  Is there a more recent wallet?  Perhaps one that's more specifically tuned for use with the post POW POS phase than the one I'm currently trying to use?

PS.  I take it back, syncing with the new .conf file has finally started, just took a little to make that first connection I guess.  Thanks, here's hoping this wallet install will make the grade!













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February 23, 2015, 05:22:20 AM
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Thanks for paying attention to me, much appreciated! Smiley

With your addition, here is the current content of my BitcoinDark.conf file

Code:
addnode=107.170.59.196
addnode=146.185.188.6
addnode=74.91.20.250:39997
addnode=54.85.50.15:50288
addnode=186.94.211.104:49543
addnode=107.170.148.50:14631
addnode=65.129.66.246:57762
addnode=31.220.4.41
addnode=98.226.66.65
addnode=193.219.117.63
addnode=62.210.141.204
addnode=128.199.172.165
addnode=192.99.143.114
addnode=178.20.169.208
addnode=195.34.100.2:42038
addnode=5.101.107.239:60056
addnode=146.185.188.6
addnode=74.91.20.250:39997
addnode=54.85.50.15:50288
addnode=107.170.148.50:14631
addnode=65.129.66.246:57762
addnode=31.220.4.41
addnode=98.226.66.65
addnode=193.219.117.63
addnode=62.210.141.204
addnode=128.199.172.165
addnode=192.99.143.114
addnode=178.20.169.208
addnode=195.34.100.2:42038
addnode=5.101.107.239:60056
addnode=186.94.211.104:49195
addnode=186.94.211.104:49543
addnode=ps00.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps01.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps02.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps03.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps04.bitcoindark.ca
addnode=ps09.bitcoindark.ca

I have this file located in both the freshly cleaned roaming coin subdirectory and the target QT wallet directory, but when the QT is fired up, it still fails to find a node.  I've no doubt the problem is simplistic, and probably comes back to me, but I've currently ~ seven other QT wallets running on the same machine and they sync fine.  Is there a more recent wallet?  Perhaps one that's more specifically tuned for use with the post POW POS phase than the one I'm currently trying to use?

That should definitely work. Maybe try running less qt wallets? Are you on windows or linux? Is there a firewall or something possibly blocking port 14631/14632?

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You're too quick for me!  I responded in a PS in my above post.  Sync is now in progress, just took a little while to get under way.  Thanks very much, much appreciated! Smiley













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February 23, 2015, 05:41:44 AM
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You're too quick for me!  I responded in a PS in my above post.  Sync is now in progress, just took a little while to get under way.  Thanks very much, much appreciated! Smiley

Great, I'm glad to hear it. Just FYI, I have introduced automatic BitcoinDark.conf generation in BTCD v2 currently under development, so we will be able to avoid these problems in future.

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February 23, 2015, 05:45:19 AM
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You're too quick for me!  I responded in a PS in my above post.  Sync is now in progress, just took a little while to get under way.  Thanks very much, much appreciated! Smiley

Great, I'm glad to hear it. Just FYI, I have introduced automatic BitcoinDark.conf generation in BTCD v2 currently under development, so we will be able to avoid these problems in future.

Matthew
Thanks very much Matt, you're a champ! Hoping to be able to start mining sometime soon! Smiley













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This is a text based GUI for InstantDEX API that we will use for testing:

http://i.imgur.com/rdbR52W.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/NkjOZ5N.png

nothing fancy, but will allow for realtime order entry and trading. So we are going full speed ahead with the InstantDEX testing and hope to have the low level rock solid for when the graphical user interface is ready

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BTCD this week: BTER problem – BTCD and InstantDEX solution.
http://bitcoindark.pw/bter-problem-btcd-and-instantdex-solution/
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February 23, 2015, 12:20:27 PM
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You're too quick for me!  I responded in a PS in my above post.  Sync is now in progress, just took a little while to get under way.  Thanks very much, much appreciated! Smiley

Great, I'm glad to hear it. Just FYI, I have introduced automatic BitcoinDark.conf generation in BTCD v2 currently under development, so we will be able to avoid these problems in future.

Matthew
Thanks very much Matt, you're a champ! Hoping to be able to start mining sometime soon! Smiley
Sync complete and mining in progress.  Once again, thanks very much -- your assist is hero level as far as I'm concerned! Smiley













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February 23, 2015, 05:34:32 PM
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The latest shift for the Xpool Multipool paid out over 23+ DRK, 76+ BTCD, 56+FIBRE & 0.012+ BTC.

** We are now merge mining on all algos. X11: Unitus - SCRYPT: Dogecoin & ViaCoin & SysCoin & PesetaCoin - SHA256: DevCoin & NameCoin.

Any problems, please PM as I may miss your post.

Cheers!

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Is there anything wrong with multipool?
2 days now it says 0 shares for my address,  sha256



The pool has been updated and moved to a new system. That is the legacy one which I forgot to redirect an old sub domain for the website. All the stratum ports were seemlessly redirected into the new site:

www.bitcoindark.ca

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Thank you. Working like a charm.
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Is there anything wrong with multipool?
2 days now it says 0 shares for my address,  sha256



The pool has been updated and moved to a new system. That is the legacy one which I forgot to redirect an old sub domain for the website. All the stratum ports were seemlessly redirected into the new site:

www.bitcoindark.ca

Cheers!

Thank you. Working like a charm.
Water is nice and warm Cheesy


Fantastic! Thanks for the support.

Cheers!

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