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March 23, 2016, 03:57:53 PM
Last edit: March 31, 2016, 06:51:07 PM by Azeh
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Week 43: 15 BTCD have been paid to 660 unique BitcoinDark addresses for successfully staking blocks 1006639-1017348

Thanks for staking and supporting the BitcoinDark network. Higher BTCD prices this week so slightly lower payout.  Thanks again to MMBTCD for the steady and consistent payouts.
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March 23, 2016, 06:02:30 PM
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Thanks for the payout ;-)

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March 25, 2016, 10:47:31 AM
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Wow, 100 btc buy order at 0.0025 for btcd on bittrex

Damn, there is a lot of BTC on the buy side of bittrex and poloniex orderbooks.  

I don't think anyone is going to sell into that.  If 100 btc whale becomes impatient and buys up orderbook, then price will go up to 0.01+

Time tells the truth. I wouldn't be surprised if those buy walls disappear soon.
I saw these many times on many coins.

As expected. The buy wall disappeared like magic!  Grin
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March 25, 2016, 12:33:57 PM
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Wow, 100 btc buy order at 0.0025 for btcd on bittrex

Damn, there is a lot of BTC on the buy side of bittrex and poloniex orderbooks.  

I don't think anyone is going to sell into that.  If 100 btc whale becomes impatient and buys up orderbook, then price will go up to 0.01+

Time tells the truth. I wouldn't be surprised if those buy walls disappear soon.
I saw these many times on many coins.

As expected. The buy wall disappeared like magic!  Grin

it was dumped into. there was about 21k BTCD of volume on bittrex






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March 26, 2016, 07:06:09 PM
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Pumping?
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March 26, 2016, 07:10:33 PM
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Yeah seems to be a slow pump if you look at price vs volume. Smiley

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March 26, 2016, 07:10:42 PM
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iguanacore is in testing now, I am seeing around a one hour time to sync on home connection of 20mbps, less than half hour on much faster connection.

it creates historical read only files via parallel sync as described at https://bitco.in/forum/forums/iguana.23/

yes, iguana has a child board on the bitco.in forum. I asked for one here, but was ignored for some reason. The following are some relevant threads on this forum.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1377459.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1394020.msg14159884#msg14159884
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1399028.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1387119.0

next step is to validate data and low level RPC calls like listunspent, but iguanacore supports block explorer level API, so really it needs to be tested against insight explorer, but even that doesnt have a way to check balances as of a specific height. iguanacore supports that

I am testing in native mode on osx and unix, but it should still work as chrome app and I saw the build guys got things working for windows, but not sure what its exact status is as I dont run windows.

All the above is well known stuff in slack, but it seems there is market price activity recently and I wanted to make sure people who are not on slack are up to date and can make their own decisions.

If anybody is up for testing the timing of full sync that would be great.
https://github.com/jl777/SuperNET is the repo and it even has a readme with instructions.

after it is built and you run it, just browse to http://127.0.0.1:7778
that will show a zillion API calls in a test page but there is also a link to the port7777 GUI in the upper left. From there you should be able to activate sync.

or you could just run ../agents/iguana in one console and from another:

curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7778" --data "{\"agent\":\"iguana\",\"method\":\"addcoin\",\"newcoin\":\"BTCD\"}"
curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7778" --data "{\"agent\":\"iguana\",\"method\":\"addcoin\",\"newcoin\":\"BTC\"}"

the above will get both coins going, so better to just start with one and make sure things are working. for now, it is not tested against large number of system configs, so cant guarantee it is perfect in all cases. let me know of any issues

James

P.S. GUI is in parallel development, following is current status for them:

Completed on wallet
1. working wallet send
2. showing balance (updated after every minute)
3. showing all the addresses of account in wallet information
4. selection of coin at login (for v0.01 depends on username & passoword)
5. checking the correctness of passphrase using passphrasechange rpc
6. checking for possible coin port at login (for both BTCD and BTC)

Remaining on wallet

1. showing Login error
2. Showing updater (or spinner ) when sending/updating and stopping other task while spinning
3. add implementation of addmultisigaddress
4. use send from only when selected from wallet information
5. Show balance on main activity tab
6. add pagination of transactions
7. change account name for an address using setaccount
8. show transaction details using blockexplorer button (internally by rpc in v0.1)
9. connection login and select coin option
10. clean old code

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completed on Instantdex
1. Completed transaction on 1by1 view (buy/sell)
2. implemented aveprice and used tag as botid and called resume method in combined view
3. given option to select between the

remaining

1. complete combined view
2. withdraw api implementation (shows permission error)
3. other enhancements on GUI

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port7777 ugly GUI is functional and able to issue quite a few API calls
port7778 API test page is working
docs.supernet.org has API bindings

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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March 26, 2016, 08:31:30 PM
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Good job James!!

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March 27, 2016, 02:26:30 AM
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BTCD.RT0 u.0 b.0 v.0/0 (35/84 1st.2027) to 2045 N[2046] h.1013822 r.1013810 c.3078.779kb s.1013693 d.2027 E.2027 maxB.1033 peers.46/128 Q.(0 0) L.1022758 [2027:0] M.1013500 0e4af0f0df0ec61fa3a5af0aec7c4b4987d876be19be280f8a3046c36bb39a5b bQ.4052 0:25:10 stuck.7 max.418


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March 29, 2016, 12:41:17 AM
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Looks like the new Bitstar experimental coin is using a stake model similar to CBX.

So what is the percentage going to be after 25% of this year (after May 2016)

Well the annual inflation rate and the APR 'interest' rate you can earn through staking are two different things under the new staking calculation of the coming codebase which removes the 'coin-age' and variable reward of the existing system.

For example, if the first year on the new codebase provides for a set block reward which equates to a 3% increase in the total number of coins after 12 months, the second year would still have the same number of coins being added as the first, due to there being the same number of blocks being produced, but the total coins in circulation would have increased, thereby resulting in a slight reduction in annual inflation for the second year of just below 3% and will continue reducing each year after that.

As of now people are able to leave their wallets switched off yet still receive an accumulated staking reward which is based on coin-age, thereby providing them with an amount of coins as though they had been staking the entire time, which is hardly fair. The new staking calculation rewards the same number of coins per block, meaning that if 10% of all the wallets are staking, they will each receive a proportional share of the total coins being issued. So there is a variable interest rate over the 12 months based on how much staking you do. If 10% of the coins are staked, they will earn a 30% APR but it still produces exactly the same number of coins added to the count each year.

You can thank Rat4 of Blackcoin for realising how to fix the inherently unfair and somewhat insecure (coin-age being able to be accumulated and lend excessive 'weight' to an attacking node is a potential security issue in standard PoS) previous models of staking.
http://blackcoin.co/blackcoin-pos-protocol-v2-whitepaper.pdf
With this new method there is incentive to stake continuously, thereby providing for a stronger network.

So, to answer your question, the new Bitstarcoin codebase is likely to go with a fixed block reward which will be equivalent to 3% inflation in the first year, offering the variation in APR for each staking wallet as discussed. This isn't completely finalised yet but is likely at this stage.



 
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Looks like the new Bitstar experimental coin is using a stake model similar to CBX.

So what is the percentage going to be after 25% of this year (after May 2016)

Well the annual inflation rate and the APR 'interest' rate you can earn through staking are two different things under the new staking calculation of the coming codebase which removes the 'coin-age' and variable reward of the existing system.

For example, if the first year on the new codebase provides for a set block reward which equates to a 3% increase in the total number of coins after 12 months, the second year would still have the same number of coins being added as the first, due to there being the same number of blocks being produced, but the total coins in circulation would have increased, thereby resulting in a slight reduction in annual inflation for the second year of just below 3% and will continue reducing each year after that.

As of now people are able to leave their wallets switched off yet still receive an accumulated staking reward which is based on coin-age, thereby providing them with an amount of coins as though they had been staking the entire time, which is hardly fair. The new staking calculation rewards the same number of coins per block, meaning that if 10% of all the wallets are staking, they will each receive a proportional share of the total coins being issued. So there is a variable interest rate over the 12 months based on how much staking you do. If 10% of the coins are staked, they will earn a 30% APR but it still produces exactly the same number of coins added to the count each year.

You can thank Rat4 of Blackcoin for realising how to fix the inherently unfair and somewhat insecure (coin-age being able to be accumulated and lend excessive 'weight' to an attacking node is a potential security issue in standard PoS) previous models of staking.
http://blackcoin.co/blackcoin-pos-protocol-v2-whitepaper.pdf
With this new method there is incentive to stake continuously, thereby providing for a stronger network.

So, to answer your question, the new Bitstarcoin codebase is likely to go with a fixed block reward which will be equivalent to 3% inflation in the first year, offering the variation in APR for each staking wallet as discussed. This isn't completely finalised yet but is likely at this stage.



 

That's another reason for me to quit bitstar.
They just sit there promising things which don't going to happen.
They even promised an ATM was going to operate a year ago.
Their wallet takes around one hour to load and ages to sync.
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March 29, 2016, 09:53:42 AM
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Is there a working BTCD Mac wallet around? My old QT won´t sync anymore and I can´t find a working link (Only the one in the OP). I tried the supposed workaround for the Mac described in the OP, but nothing changed. Still stuck at Block 838210 where it last synced sometimes last Year.

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Is there a working BTCD Mac wallet around? My old QT won´t sync anymore and I can´t find a working link (Only the one in the OP). I tried the supposed workaround for the Mac described in the OP, but nothing changed. Still stuck at Block 838210 where it last synced sometimes last Year.

Goto http://cryptochainer.com/dir/ and download the blockchain and give it a try. Always backup your wallet first. Hope that work for you.
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March 29, 2016, 01:45:28 PM
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Looks like the new Bitstar experimental coin is using a stake model similar to CBX.

So what is the percentage going to be after 25% of this year (after May 2016)

Well the annual inflation rate and the APR 'interest' rate you can earn through staking are two different things under the new staking calculation of the coming codebase which removes the 'coin-age' and variable reward of the existing system.

For example, if the first year on the new codebase provides for a set block reward which equates to a 3% increase in the total number of coins after 12 months, the second year would still have the same number of coins being added as the first, due to there being the same number of blocks being produced, but the total coins in circulation would have increased, thereby resulting in a slight reduction in annual inflation for the second year of just below 3% and will continue reducing each year after that.

As of now people are able to leave their wallets switched off yet still receive an accumulated staking reward which is based on coin-age, thereby providing them with an amount of coins as though they had been staking the entire time, which is hardly fair. The new staking calculation rewards the same number of coins per block, meaning that if 10% of all the wallets are staking, they will each receive a proportional share of the total coins being issued. So there is a variable interest rate over the 12 months based on how much staking you do. If 10% of the coins are staked, they will earn a 30% APR but it still produces exactly the same number of coins added to the count each year.

You can thank Rat4 of Blackcoin for realising how to fix the inherently unfair and somewhat insecure (coin-age being able to be accumulated and lend excessive 'weight' to an attacking node is a potential security issue in standard PoS) previous models of staking.
http://blackcoin.co/blackcoin-pos-protocol-v2-whitepaper.pdf
With this new method there is incentive to stake continuously, thereby providing for a stronger network.

So, to answer your question, the new Bitstarcoin codebase is likely to go with a fixed block reward which will be equivalent to 3% inflation in the first year, offering the variation in APR for each staking wallet as discussed. This isn't completely finalised yet but is likely at this stage.



 

That's another reason for me to quit bitstar.
They just sit there promising things which don't going to happen.
They even promised an ATM was going to operate a year ago.
Their wallet takes around one hour to load and ages to sync.

I thought Bitstar ATM was waiting for SuperNET release.... I agree their client needs work though, takes ages to load/sync on my rig also
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Looks like the new Bitstar experimental coin is using a stake model similar to CBX.

So what is the percentage going to be after 25% of this year (after May 2016)

Well the annual inflation rate and the APR 'interest' rate you can earn through staking are two different things under the new staking calculation of the coming codebase which removes the 'coin-age' and variable reward of the existing system.

For example, if the first year on the new codebase provides for a set block reward which equates to a 3% increase in the total number of coins after 12 months, the second year would still have the same number of coins being added as the first, due to there being the same number of blocks being produced, but the total coins in circulation would have increased, thereby resulting in a slight reduction in annual inflation for the second year of just below 3% and will continue reducing each year after that.

As of now people are able to leave their wallets switched off yet still receive an accumulated staking reward which is based on coin-age, thereby providing them with an amount of coins as though they had been staking the entire time, which is hardly fair. The new staking calculation rewards the same number of coins per block, meaning that if 10% of all the wallets are staking, they will each receive a proportional share of the total coins being issued. So there is a variable interest rate over the 12 months based on how much staking you do. If 10% of the coins are staked, they will earn a 30% APR but it still produces exactly the same number of coins added to the count each year.

You can thank Rat4 of Blackcoin for realising how to fix the inherently unfair and somewhat insecure (coin-age being able to be accumulated and lend excessive 'weight' to an attacking node is a potential security issue in standard PoS) previous models of staking.
http://blackcoin.co/blackcoin-pos-protocol-v2-whitepaper.pdf
With this new method there is incentive to stake continuously, thereby providing for a stronger network.

So, to answer your question, the new Bitstarcoin codebase is likely to go with a fixed block reward which will be equivalent to 3% inflation in the first year, offering the variation in APR for each staking wallet as discussed. This isn't completely finalised yet but is likely at this stage.



 

That's another reason for me to quit bitstar.
They just sit there promising things which don't going to happen.
They even promised an ATM was going to operate a year ago.
Their wallet takes around one hour to load and ages to sync.

I thought Bitstar ATM was waiting for SuperNET release.... I agree their client needs work though, takes ages to load/sync on my rig also

This is the company they were going to cooperate for the ATM machine. http://www.globalbitpoint.com
if you do a whois on that domain you will see the website was built a couple of months after bitstar release Cheesy
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A warning to people who think about doing arbitrage on bter:

Dont do it. Bter is a big scam.

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A warning to people who think about doing arbitrage on bter:

Dont do it. Bter is a big scam.

have you got any more info?
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A warning to people who think about doing arbitrage on bter:

Dont do it. Bter is a big scam.

have you got any more info?

Read up the bitbay ico. Bter admins involving in what i would say was an clear ico scam.

Also following after that was the bter hack story which imho was a pretty lame excuse for an inside job. (The inside job is just my opinion though)

Overall i would not trust that exchange.

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A warning to people who think about doing arbitrage on bter:

Dont do it. Bter is a big scam.

have you got any more info?

Read up the bitbay ico. Bter admins involving in what i would say was an clear ico scam.

Also following after that was the bter hack story which imho was a pretty lame excuse for an inside job. (The inside job is just my opinion though)

Overall i would not trust that exchange.
Don't forget LISK story. 10mil XCR stuck on the exchange, people bombarding them with emails for a month (me included) to allow withdrawals. And all of the sudden admin "desperately" tries to find last Blockchain backup 1 hour before ICO end without success of cause. Yeah, like we are all that stupid to believe him. The only reason I still keep my account there is that he promised to return LISK for stuck coins. If I get those in the end - account delete. No trust left for them at all.
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A warning to people who think about doing arbitrage on bter:

Dont do it. Bter is a big scam.

have you got any more info?

Read up the bitbay ico. Bter admins involving in what i would say was an clear ico scam.

Also following after that was the bter hack story which imho was a pretty lame excuse for an inside job. (The inside job is just my opinion though)

Overall i would not trust that exchange.
Don't forget LISK story. 10mil XCR stuck on the exchange, people bombarding them with emails for a month (me included) to allow withdrawals. And all of the sudden admin "desperately" tries to find last Blockchain backup 1 hour before ICO end without success of cause. Yeah, like we are all that stupid to believe him. The only reason I still keep my account there is that he promised to return LISK for stuck coins. If I get those in the end - account delete. No trust left for them at all.

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