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money in drk is not money in btcd...

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Looking to buy 10BTC worth of BTCD. Any whales want to cashout let me know.





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March 25, 2015, 03:59:51 PM
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I have started to divulge some details about my crypto777 library in slack, Azeh used to cross post slack here. I am too busy coding to have much time to do anything else (literally), so I count on the community to keep up to date.

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March 25, 2015, 04:10:00 PM
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jl777 [2:34 PM]
cross posted:

jl777 [2:36 PM]
InstantDEX GUI is almost ready for beta, I got virtual orderbooks working (and it is being displayed) for any assetA/assetB (or assetB/assetA if you like it that way)
today I will debug the automatic trade clearing of such dual orderbook entries
each one will have the magic API sequence needed to do the trade and I expect over time I will keep adding more and more methods for trade completing

jl777 [1:48 PM]
crypto777 library is my new sourcebase that I started writing a couple weeks ago, I am combining ideas from TF, new tech from CfB, and just doing what makes sense to me. turns out I am doing things that are similar to previously described http://ftp://intranet.dei.polimi.it/users/Carlo.Piccardi/VarieCda/ArticoliStudenti/i15.pdf, https://www.cs.unm.edu/~saia/papers/RandomBeacon.pdf and others, but it is a method that I will use to solve network security, quantum computer attacks and pangea realtime betting. It is currently able to do pretty fast blocktimes on my 128 thread localhost network, but I still need to add command processing so it can add new nodes, catch up if it falls behind, etc. The consensus mechanism is totally abstracted out from the block contents, so a plugin can be created for any new tx type.

I believe I improved on BCnext TF, at least I have a method to practically do thousands of tx per block, with a very fast blocktime, but this is still "theoretical" I havent coded it yet, but it is "only" a distributed network application level complexity once the decentralized consensus is taken care of. The big problem is what to do with all that data! this I dont have a solution for yet, but I do have ideas and once the older projects go into maintenance mode, I will have time to experiment

mr_e [2:10 PM]
Is this using btcd or is it a completely separate "coin"?

jl777 [2:36 PM]
the crypto777 "coin" (I think I will name it CLOCK as the blocks come out like clockwork) is a framework to add a decentralized consensus onto anything, eg. pangea chips, but I am also investigating BTCD sidechains as it makes no sense to release yet another coin when you can enhance an existing one. CLOCK supports the concept of a ledger, which is simply a balance tied to an account and there are transactions that modify the ledger. I use 48 byte signature and 32 bytes for simple tx, but all the tx handling I would prefer to be totally abstracted away from CLOCK itself.

I have worked hard to make the code as simple and easy to understand as possible. With the line count being so low, it becomes feasible to get a full code review for any and all flaws. The temptation to contaminate the consensus mechanism with blockdata is quite high though... But if I can totally abstract out the blockdata semantics, then it will be a framework for any sort of data consensus, in realtime, that a subset of nodes can maintain. So a node would subscribe to a tx stream type X, Y and Z and only have to deal with them and if a tx type B is having a problem, it would just mess up ledger B, while all the other ledgers just keep on going. So like a blockchain OS, you can run multiple "processes" but just one consensus chain. My breakthrough idea is to overlap the time variable consensus generation with the actual blockchain data, since the consensus is only about which nodes are to become generators (no tx data at all), there is little room for disagreement, forks, etc. and this chain builds very fast. <2 seconds in my localhost test network of 128 threads. I have a logN network topology, so add 6 hops at worst case 500 milliseconds each hop still gets us to 5 second blocktimes for the consensus chain.

now we have a consensus chain growing once per 5 seconds and that means the data chains can be any time above this and it will be like a CLOCK

Since the codebase is so small and I fully understand it, I can start to solve the more difficult issues, like a backed and pegged fiat crypto, realtime ledger consensus, hmm actually I think those are the only two unsolved things left

so combined with the other improvements, BTCD is quite a sleeper now

btcddev [2:44 PM]
:smile:
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March 25, 2015, 04:13:35 PM
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I have started to divulge some details about my crypto777 library in slack, Azeh used to cross post slack here. I am too busy coding to have much time to do anything else (literally), so I count on the community to keep up to date.

James

When in doubt, or want to see what else is going on, anyone can always check out the completely public slack logs which are automatically updated every 4 hours or so:

https://forum.thesupernet.org/index.php?board=46.0

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March 25, 2015, 04:33:24 PM
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I have started to divulge some details about my crypto777 library in slack, Azeh used to cross post slack here. I am too busy coding to have much time to do anything else (literally), so I count on the community to keep up to date.

James

We recently got slackline linked back up so I'll be able to post slack logs again.  

Been a bit busy lately as well, but I'll resume regular Slack Log updates every 2-3 days.

jl777 [2:34 PM]
cross posted:

jl777 [2:36 PM]
InstantDEX GUI is almost ready for beta, I got virtual orderbooks working (and it is being displayed) for any assetA/assetB (or assetB/assetA if you like it that way)
today I will debug the automatic trade clearing of such dual orderbook entries
each one will have the magic API sequence needed to do the trade and I expect over time I will keep adding more and more methods for trade completing

jl777 [1:48 PM]
crypto777 library is my new sourcebase that I started writing a couple weeks ago, I am combining ideas from TF, new tech from CfB, and just doing what makes sense to me. turns out I am doing things that are similar to previously described http://ftp://intranet.dei.polimi.it/users/Carlo.Piccardi/VarieCda/ArticoliStudenti/i15.pdf, https://www.cs.unm.edu/~saia/papers/RandomBeacon.pdf and others, but it is a method that I will use to solve network security, quantum computer attacks and pangea realtime betting. It is currently able to do pretty fast blocktimes on my 128 thread localhost network, but I still need to add command processing so it can add new nodes, catch up if it falls behind, etc. The consensus mechanism is totally abstracted out from the block contents, so a plugin can be created for any new tx type.

I believe I improved on BCnext TF, at least I have a method to practically do thousands of tx per block, with a very fast blocktime, but this is still "theoretical" I havent coded it yet, but it is "only" a distributed network application level complexity once the decentralized consensus is taken care of. The big problem is what to do with all that data! this I dont have a solution for yet, but I do have ideas and once the older projects go into maintenance mode, I will have time to experiment

mr_e [2:10 PM]
Is this using btcd or is it a completely separate "coin"?

jl777 [2:36 PM]
the crypto777 "coin" (I think I will name it CLOCK as the blocks come out like clockwork) is a framework to add a decentralized consensus onto anything, eg. pangea chips, but I am also investigating BTCD sidechains as it makes no sense to release yet another coin when you can enhance an existing one. CLOCK supports the concept of a ledger, which is simply a balance tied to an account and there are transactions that modify the ledger. I use 48 byte signature and 32 bytes for simple tx, but all the tx handling I would prefer to be totally abstracted away from CLOCK itself.

I have worked hard to make the code as simple and easy to understand as possible. With the line count being so low, it becomes feasible to get a full code review for any and all flaws. The temptation to contaminate the consensus mechanism with blockdata is quite high though... But if I can totally abstract out the blockdata semantics, then it will be a framework for any sort of data consensus, in realtime, that a subset of nodes can maintain. So a node would subscribe to a tx stream type X, Y and Z and only have to deal with them and if a tx type B is having a problem, it would just mess up ledger B, while all the other ledgers just keep on going. So like a blockchain OS, you can run multiple "processes" but just one consensus chain. My breakthrough idea is to overlap the time variable consensus generation with the actual blockchain data, since the consensus is only about which nodes are to become generators (no tx data at all), there is little room for disagreement, forks, etc. and this chain builds very fast. <2 seconds in my localhost test network of 128 threads. I have a logN network topology, so add 6 hops at worst case 500 milliseconds each hop still gets us to 5 second blocktimes for the consensus chain.

now we have a consensus chain growing once per 5 seconds and that means the data chains can be any time above this and it will be like a CLOCK

Since the codebase is so small and I fully understand it, I can start to solve the more difficult issues, like a backed and pegged fiat crypto, realtime ledger consensus, hmm actually I think those are the only two unsolved things left

so combined with the other improvements, BTCD is quite a sleeper now

btcddev [2:44 PM]
:smile:

Thx for that Whetherman!
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The latest shift for the Xpool Multipool paid out over 5+ DRK, 67+ BTCD, 69+ FIBRE, 5235+ BITS & 0.141+ BTC.

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BitcoinDark Slack Logs (3/25-3/27)

 jl777 (sprnt)BOT 8:36 AM InstantDEX GUI is almost ready for beta, I got virtual orderbooks working (and it is being displayed) for any assetA/assetB (or assetB/assetA if you like it that way)
today I will debug the automatic trade clearing of such dual orderbook entries
each one will have the magic API sequence needed to do the trade and I expect over time I will keep adding more and more methods for trade completingjl777 [1:48 PM]
crypto777 library is my new sourcebase that I started writing a couple weeks ago, I am combining ideas from TF, new tech from CfB, and just doing what makes sense to me. turns out I am doing things that are similar to previously described http://ftp://intranet.dei.polimi.it/users/Carlo.Piccardi/VarieCda/ArticoliStudenti/i15.pdf, https://www.cs.unm.edu/~saia/papers/RandomBeacon.pdf and others, but it is a method that I will use to solve network security, quantum computer attacks and pangea realtime betting. It is currently able to do pretty fast blocktimes on my 128 thread localhost network, but I still need to add command processing so it can add new nodes, catch up if it falls behind, etc. The consensus mechanism is totally abstracted out from the block contents, so a plugin can be created for any new tx type.I believe I improved on BCnext TF, at least I have a method to practically do thousands of tx per block, with a very fast blocktime, but this is still "theoretical" I havent coded it yet, but it is "only" a distributed network application level complexity once the decentralized consensus is taken care of. The big problem is what to do with all that data! this I dont have a solution for yet, but I do have ideas and once the older projects go into maintenance mode, I will have time to experiment
mr_e [2:10 PM]
Is this using btcd or is it a completely separate "coin"?
the crypto777 "coin" (I think I will name it CLOCK as the blocks come out like clockwork) is a framework to add a decentralized consensus onto anything, eg. pangea chips, but I am also investigating BTCD sidechains as it makes no sense to release yet another coin when you can enhance an existing one. CLOCK supports the concept of a ledger, which is simply a balance tied to an account and there are transactions that modify the ledger. I use 48 byte signature and 32 bytes for simple tx, but all the tx handling I would prefer to be totally abstracted away from CLOCK itself.I have worked hard to make the code as simple and easy to understand as possible. With the line count being so low, it becomes feasible to get a full code review for any and all flaws. The temptation to contaminate the consensus mechanism with blockdata is quite high though... But if I can totally abstract out the blockdata semantics, then it will be a framework for any sort of data consensus, in realtime, that a subset of nodes can maintain. So a node would subscribe to a tx stream type X, Y and Z and only have to deal with them and if a tx type B is having a problem, it would just mess up ledger B, while all the other ledgers just keep on going. So like a blockchain OS, you can run multiple "processes" but just one consensus chain. My breakthrough idea is to overlap the time variable consensus generation with the actual blockchain data, since the consensus is only about which nodes are to become generators (no tx data at all), there is little room for disagreement, forks, etc. and this chain builds very fast. <2 seconds in my localhost test network of 128 threads. I have a logN network topology, so add 6 hops at worst case 500 milliseconds each hop still gets us to 5 second blocktimes for the consensus chain.now we have a consensus chain growing once per 5 seconds and that means the data chains can be any time above this and it will be like a CLOCKSince the codebase is so small and I fully understand it, I can start to solve the more difficult issues, like a backed and pegged fiat crypto, realtime ledger consensus, hmm actually I think those are the only two unsolved things left
so combined with the other improvements, BTCD is quite a sleeper now
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 8:44 AM
:smile:
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 10:46 AM
"like a backed and pegged fiat crypto"...... whaa whaaaaaa WAHHHHTTTTT!?
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 10:50 AM
crypto777 will be a powerful library. I can't wait to see what applications will be built on it :simple_smile:
jl777 (sprnt)BOT 10:55 AM
the only backed cryptos we have are not really cryptos, eg. ripple
the pegged cryptos are several, but either are centralized or infested with marmots, but regardless they need to be capitalized upfront, so how can any new funds come in?
so clearly what is needed is a fully decentralized crypto that can expand as fiat deposits come in, and at the same time maintain a peg regardless of crypto market fluctuations
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 10:58 AM
and you have an idea for how that might work?
it just sounds impossible
jl777 (sprnt)BOT 10:58 AM
yes
"sounds impossible" just sounds normal to me
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 11:00 AM
that's the spirit :smile:
crackers (sprnt)BOT 11:03 AM
:stuck_out_tongue:
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 11:16 AM
jl777 maybe you should publicly announce this so I can pick up some cheaper coins :wink:
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 11:16 AM
tech announcement = drop joke?
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 11:16 AM
seems to be the trend
azeh (sprnt)BOT 11:16 AM
Awesome stuff as always James :simple_smile:
I'm excited for pangea as well
The next big platform in poker :wink:
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 11:17 AM
Agreed, azeh. That will be a great use for this. It'll be very helpful for both btcd and pangea
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 11:22 AM
you mean it will be helpful if this side chain thing works out for btcd?
how else will it help btcd
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 11:23 AM
sure
It will help pangea to have quick blocktimes
It will help btcd to get users
jl777 (sprnt)BOT 11:23 AM
usage
btcddev (sprnt)BOT 11:23 AM
Running on a btcd sidechain based on crypto777, pangea 'chips' would be locked btcd funds
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 11:24 AM
could then be "locked" to fiat denominations some magical way?
jl777 (sprnt)BOT 11:24 AM
that needs the backed/pegged solution
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 11:24 AM
right
i read something a w hile back that poker players don't like crypto because they run a tight ship with mathematics
so the fluctuations of crypto really throws them off
so if we can get them playing decentralized poker with fiat denoms
BOOM
i can't even begin to imagine how you expect to make this work though
haha
jl777 (sprnt)BOT 11:26 AM
I can always ask hollowman for help
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 11:26 AM
ha
the guys probably already got it coded up just to taunt you
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 11:31 AM
could always use coinomat backed tokens until some other solution is possible?
dollars and euros you can transfer to your credit card or bank account
5000bitcoins (sprnt)BOT 11:32 AM
mr_e yep, fluctuations is a problem. They are gambling in the first place, then there is rakes, then there is the possibility when they want to cash out to fiat BTC has dropped 5-10% too
hoping itll become more stable so that lower rakes becomes a larger advantage vs fiat equivalents
blackyblack (sprnt)BOT 12:03 PM
wow btcddev didn't know you are involved in this project
btcd fast sidechains
very cool to hear
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tosch (sprnt)BOT 7:42 AM
http://nxtad.net now acceps BTCD as Deposit
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tosch (sprnt)BOT 7:50 AM
(and BTC, LTC, Dash, Doge)
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 1:06 PM
btw, I meant to show this yesterday, but, is this normal?
most mined coins not getting accepted
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 1:11 PM
i mined the past few days
all getting accepted
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 1:13 PM
what should I do? try different nodes?
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 1:15 PM
dont know sorry :confused:
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 1:21 PM
ok, checked it out

6 days staking on ~405.8 coins

0.05927569
0.00903509
0.06954285
0.07296523
0.01711192
0.01848087
0.0531154
0.03901518
0.06885837
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0.4074006

0.0679001 / day
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24.7835365 / year

= ~6%

so for a short period of 6 days I made about 6% P.A. in successful staking
so I guess the rejected one's don't matter
(this is a list of only the accepted staking)
but does the large number of rejections mean my contribution to the network is shitty?
lemonhead (sprnt)BOT 1:24 PM
i think it doesnt matter... even if you wouldnt mine anything you would contribute to the net.... but im not sure about that
i just checked my mining return the last 6 days and i also get 6%
mr_e (sprnt)BOT 1:43 PM
that happened to me  if I had 2 computers staking at the same time
knuckle (sprnt)BOT 2:02 PM
same problem fo rme
more recent ones have been accepted, a couple older ones are not
Would using a VPN pose a problem?
nippybrit (sprnt)BOT 2:27 PM
that could be it
I use the same VPN service lol
knuckle (sprnt)BOT 2:31 PM hmmm, I prefer to use it all the time, or most of the time
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March 30, 2015, 06:23:22 AM
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The latest shift for the Xpool Multipool paid out over 5+ DRK, 67+ BTCD, 69+ FIBRE, 5235+ BITS & 0.141+ BTC.

Any problems, please PM or post to the Xpool thread linked in my forums sig as I may miss your post.

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Good to see BTCD doing well - thanks for the update crackfoo  Smiley
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March 30, 2015, 11:33:32 AM
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Hi everyone,

Sorry I haven't been on the forums as much recently. Things have been busy and I've mostly migrated to slack.

Big things are coming! I am particularly excited about a little something I am currently working on, hopefully it will be finished soon, that will really show the innovation of BitcoinDark  Smiley

Of course James is hard at work as ever, we are really making BTCD into a transformative currency.

Please continue to bear with us, the development journey is long, but we are making tremendous strides towards our goal!

Matthew

BTCDDev threw out this teaser the other day..... I can't stop thinking about what he may have been talking about Huh. Matt, care to elaborate on your development update?  Thanks in advance!!


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March 30, 2015, 03:32:15 PM
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Hi everyone,

Sorry I haven't been on the forums as much recently. Things have been busy and I've mostly migrated to slack.

Big things are coming! I am particularly excited about a little something I am currently working on, hopefully it will be finished soon, that will really show the innovation of BitcoinDark  Smiley

Of course James is hard at work as ever, we are really making BTCD into a transformative currency.

Please continue to bear with us, the development journey is long, but we are making tremendous strides towards our goal!

Matthew

BTCDDev threw out this teaser the other day..... I can't stop thinking about what he may have been talking about Huh. Matt, care to elaborate on your development update?  Thanks in advance!!


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March 30, 2015, 04:41:19 PM
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Hmm, spam you say? Yup, that's an ignore...

Nice to know the multipool is doing well, please keep the reports coming. Maybe twice a day?
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March 30, 2015, 05:00:21 PM
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This Weeks BitcoinDark Blog: Evolution Goes Dark

http://bitcoindark.pw/evolution-goes-dark/

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March 30, 2015, 06:17:58 PM
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The latest shift for the Xpool Multipool paid out over 18+ DASH, 90+ BTCD, 85+ FIBRE, 3380+ BITS & 0.237+ BTC.

Any problems, please PM or post to the Xpool thread linked in my forums sig as I may miss your post.

Cheers!

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thanks for the update !  Cheesy
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March 30, 2015, 10:20:23 PM
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Dude, enough pool spam.

You don't see slush posting their latest shift stats in Bitcoin threads, so keep xpool stuff in the xpool thread, OK?

Cleverly disguising your xpool ads as "updates" isn't fooling anyone.

At least his posts are updates, with relevant information.

You have now been reported for spamming the EXACT same response  repeatedly.

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I've just noticed a 0.005 trade at bittrex, what's going on?
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I've just noticed a 0.005 trade at bittrex, what's going on?
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i'd say the cream is starting to float to the top. nobody can complain that they didn't have plenty of time to accumulate btcd cheaply

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I've just noticed a 0.005 trade at bittrex, what's going on?
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i'd say the cream is starting to float to the top. nobody can complain that they didn't have plenty of time to accumulate btcd cheaply

Ain't that the truth!!! I'm only complaining because I wasn't finished accumulating cheap BTCD Grin


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I've just noticed a 0.005 trade at bittrex, what's going on?
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BTCD has been undervalued for quite some time.  Smart money is getting in now as new developments will take place over the next couple of months.  As developments converge with other SuperNET components, we'll finally get to see BTCD rise to better reflect its underlying value.
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