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December 31, 2015, 10:21:06 PM
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Happy New Years BitcoinDark! May 2016 be the year of BTCD.
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Happy New Years BitcoinDark! May 2016 be the year of BTCD.

Happy new year!!!
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December 31, 2015, 11:44:03 PM
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Yesterday the windows wallet was functioning OK. Today, I get this



Any solution without having to reinstall the wallet and redownload the blockchain?
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January 01, 2016, 11:42:39 AM
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Yesterday the windows wallet was functioning OK. Today, I get this



Any solution without having to reinstall the wallet and redownload the blockchain?


Happy i healthy you all in this new btcd year Smiley 1st post in 2016 Smiley

@bitkokos -- i think there is no other way; but if anyone knows one - let us know (havent got that error for a while  but you never know)
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January 01, 2016, 01:39:28 PM
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Yesterday the windows wallet was functioning OK. Today, I get this

Any solution without having to reinstall the wallet and redownload the blockchain?
Blockchain Broke, you need to download blockchain BTCD again  Smiley

Ps: english not good and Happy New Year!!  Grin Grin





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January 01, 2016, 02:39:58 PM
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Redownload blockchain, have a coffee.
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January 01, 2016, 08:55:09 PM
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I thought restarting the computer might fix something, but, it didn't. It was last restarted 10 days ago.
I think I will go for the redownload. I Will try to find which country has the best nodes and use a VPN so I will download the blockchain faster.
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January 01, 2016, 09:16:34 PM
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Soon we will be using ramchains in iguana, and then it will be even faster.
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January 01, 2016, 10:47:26 PM
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Soon we will be using ramchains in iguana, and then it will be even faster.

I do not use chrome and I do not intend to be using it.  Grin
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January 02, 2016, 08:39:18 AM
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Soon we will be using ramchains in iguana, and then it will be even faster.

I do not use chrome and I do not intend to be using it.  Grin

not that I'd want to praise google in any way- but what would be your reasons to not use chrome?

all browsers are trash, IMO, so why put chrome on the bottom of the list?

been waiting for an alternative, but they all have severe deficits.

maybe opera deserves another look after 10+ years, and maybe vivaldi could be ok, but as a platform, chrome gets its job done...
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January 02, 2016, 12:04:21 PM
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Soon we will be using ramchains in iguana, and then it will be even faster.

I do not use chrome and I do not intend to be using it.  Grin

not that I'd want to praise google in any way- but what would be your reasons to not use chrome?

all browsers are trash, IMO, so why put chrome on the bottom of the list?

been waiting for an alternative, but they all have severe deficits.

maybe opera deserves another look after 10+ years, and maybe vivaldi could be ok, but as a platform, chrome gets its job done...

I am avoiding google as much as I can.
I have an android phone just for some apps. I have never placed my sim card inside, never used it to check my emails etc.
Google is trying to get as much private information as it can from users.
With an android phone google has access to your position, your email, text messages, calls, your credit card, etc.
They have even agreed that even your voice while you are not even using the phone can go to their servers (if you use apps to communicate with your phone with your voice)
I just do not trust google. That's it! Cheesy
And one thing I didn't like is the decision to use BTCD with chrome.
You can't be anonymous on a spy.
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I am avoiding google as much as I can.
I have an android phone just for some apps. I have never placed my sim card inside, never used it to check my emails etc.
Google is trying to get as much private information as it can from users.
With an android phone google has access to your position, your email, text messages, calls, your credit card, etc.
They have even agreed that even your voice while you are not even using the phone can go to their servers (if you use apps to communicate with your phone with your voice)
I just do not trust google. That's it! Cheesy
And one thing I didn't like is the decision to use BTCD with chrome.
You can't be anonymous on a spy.


agreed.

especially super filthy: the thing with the activating the microphnoes and routing everything to their servers.

Hey- I do not even own an Android device, and never have. If it must be such a 'smart'phone or mobile device, I'd be giving Sailfish a try.

I amusing chrome on Ubuntu, and I don't trust it very much either. The only reason to do that is that it is less bloated than Firefox.

But for mass adoption of BTCD/SuperNET, a standalone chrome app is a good option, because accessing the gigantic user base is a major achievement.

And for the tech and privacy aware, I am fairly sure that a standalone Iguana without chrome is also available- which I will be using for sure, instead of a chrome app...
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January 02, 2016, 01:53:42 PM
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the same codebase can certainly generate a native iguana
for now only for unix and osx, but if somebody can port a few functions to windows and do the build, it should even work natively in windows.

James

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I am avoiding google as much as I can.
I have an android phone just for some apps. I have never placed my sim card inside, never used it to check my emails etc.
Google is trying to get as much private information as it can from users.
With an android phone google has access to your position, your email, text messages, calls, your credit card, etc.
They have even agreed that even your voice while you are not even using the phone can go to their servers (if you use apps to communicate with your phone with your voice)
I just do not trust google. That's it! Cheesy
And one thing I didn't like is the decision to use BTCD with chrome.
You can't be anonymous on a spy.


agreed.

especially super filthy: the thing with the activating the microphnoes and routing everything to their servers.

Hey- I do not even own an Android device, and never have. If it must be such a 'smart'phone or mobile device, I'd be giving Sailfish a try.

I amusing chrome on Ubuntu, and I don't trust it very much either. The only reason to do that is that it is less bloated than Firefox.

But for mass adoption of BTCD/SuperNET, a standalone chrome app is a good option, because accessing the gigantic user base is a major achievement.

And for the tech and privacy aware, I am fairly sure that a standalone Iguana without chrome is also available- which I will be using for sure, instead of a chrome app...

What about using Chromium, it lacks the closed source parts that chrome has. I'm pretty sure Chromium can run chrome apps too. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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I am avoiding google as much as I can.
I have an android phone just for some apps. I have never placed my sim card inside, never used it to check my emails etc.
Google is trying to get as much private information as it can from users.
With an android phone google has access to your position, your email, text messages, calls, your credit card, etc.
They have even agreed that even your voice while you are not even using the phone can go to their servers (if you use apps to communicate with your phone with your voice)
I just do not trust google. That's it! Cheesy
And one thing I didn't like is the decision to use BTCD with chrome.
You can't be anonymous on a spy.


agreed.

especially super filthy: the thing with the activating the microphnoes and routing everything to their servers.

Hey- I do not even own an Android device, and never have. If it must be such a 'smart'phone or mobile device, I'd be giving Sailfish a try.

I amusing chrome on Ubuntu, and I don't trust it very much either. The only reason to do that is that it is less bloated than Firefox.

But for mass adoption of BTCD/SuperNET, a standalone chrome app is a good option, because accessing the gigantic user base is a major achievement.

And for the tech and privacy aware, I am fairly sure that a standalone Iguana without chrome is also available- which I will be using for sure, instead of a chrome app...

What about using Chromium, it lacks the closed source parts that chrome has. I'm pretty sure Chromium can run chrome apps too. Correct me if I'm wrong.
I am pretty sure it does, but I know it is not 100% compatible and for the first version it makes sense to focus on the largest market share version.



http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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January 02, 2016, 07:46:26 PM
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I am avoiding google as much as I can.
I have an android phone just for some apps. I have never placed my sim card inside, never used it to check my emails etc.
Google is trying to get as much private information as it can from users.
With an android phone google has access to your position, your email, text messages, calls, your credit card, etc.
They have even agreed that even your voice while you are not even using the phone can go to their servers (if you use apps to communicate with your phone with your voice)
I just do not trust google. That's it! Cheesy
And one thing I didn't like is the decision to use BTCD with chrome.
You can't be anonymous on a spy.


agreed.

especially super filthy: the thing with the activating the microphnoes and routing everything to their servers.

Hey- I do not even own an Android device, and never have. If it must be such a 'smart'phone or mobile device, I'd be giving Sailfish a try.

I amusing chrome on Ubuntu, and I don't trust it very much either. The only reason to do that is that it is less bloated than Firefox.

But for mass adoption of BTCD/SuperNET, a standalone chrome app is a good option, because accessing the gigantic user base is a major achievement.

And for the tech and privacy aware, I am fairly sure that a standalone Iguana without chrome is also available- which I will be using for sure, instead of a chrome app...

What about using Chromium, it lacks the closed source parts that chrome has. I'm pretty sure Chromium can run chrome apps too. Correct me if I'm wrong.

Chrome is based on chromium
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January 02, 2016, 07:51:09 PM
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A month ago I tried to install the linux wallet on my phone (which runs a debian distribution) but I couldn't do it.
It would be a pleasure staking btcd on a cell phone  Grin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nokia_N900

I think the N900 is a real king. I own two of them and I plan to buy another one soon.
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January 02, 2016, 08:28:30 PM
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I am avoiding google as much as I can.
I have an android phone just for some apps. I have never placed my sim card inside, never used it to check my emails etc.
Google is trying to get as much private information as it can from users.
With an android phone google has access to your position, your email, text messages, calls, your credit card, etc.
They have even agreed that even your voice while you are not even using the phone can go to their servers (if you use apps to communicate with your phone with your voice)
I just do not trust google. That's it! Cheesy
And one thing I didn't like is the decision to use BTCD with chrome.
You can't be anonymous on a spy.


agreed.

especially super filthy: the thing with the activating the microphnoes and routing everything to their servers.

Hey- I do not even own an Android device, and never have. If it must be such a 'smart'phone or mobile device, I'd be giving Sailfish a try.

I amusing chrome on Ubuntu, and I don't trust it very much either. The only reason to do that is that it is less bloated than Firefox.

But for mass adoption of BTCD/SuperNET, a standalone chrome app is a good option, because accessing the gigantic user base is a major achievement.

And for the tech and privacy aware, I am fairly sure that a standalone Iguana without chrome is also available- which I will be using for sure, instead of a chrome app...

What about using Chromium, it lacks the closed source parts that chrome has. I'm pretty sure Chromium can run chrome apps too. Correct me if I'm wrong.

Chrome is based on chromium

I know, and chromium doesn't have the closed source stuff that chrome has. I use chromium instead of chrome.
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January 02, 2016, 08:29:26 PM
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A month ago I tried to install the linux wallet on my phone (which runs a debian distribution) but I couldn't do it.
It would be a pleasure staking btcd on a cell phone  Grin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nokia_N900

I think the N900 is a real king. I own two of them and I plan to buy another one soon.

Good for you, the N900 is an awesome phone, I used to have one, but the USB port fell off and I resoldered it a few times, but eventually it just gave in.
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