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February 22, 2016, 05:37:41 PM
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hex prefixes to Bitcoin.
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I'm looking for anothers to BTCD. But I can´t to find those.

Any idea?

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hex prefixes to Bitcoin.
bitcoin = [b"\x00", b"\x80"]

I'm looking for anothers to BTCD. But I can´t to find those.

Any idea?

Thanks.

I finally found these, Thanks anyway!

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February 23, 2016, 01:59:39 AM
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The latest post by James in this thread is dated 1.5 months ago. That is certainly not what investors expected a year ago. At least the price is stable for a long time now.
EDIT: Not complaining (only added some), just missing those days he would cheer us up occasionally.
If only someone can setup an automatic posting from #iguana archive to here.
I post kilobytes per day of text, everyday. I just dont have the time to be manually cross posting. I will if people insist, but would you rather have me spending time cutting and pasting my posts or coding?

and actually when I was more active, many many people complained about it.

Too much info, they complained.

If you want to follow my progress and cannot understand the github.com/jl777/SuperNET's activity, then #iguana in SuperNET slack is where I am.

I dont tend to do things that other people are capable to do. It is because I can only work 16hours per day this year

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For those not following NXT, I have been divorced from NXT.

https://nxtforum.org/core-development-discussion/nxt-2-0-design/msg210601/#msg210601

The above is my last post in the NXT forum, unless the fNXT plan is revoked. fNXT is not NXT and NXT lifetime is limited, so we will need to migrate the NXT assets to a different blockchain.

Now before you panic, I like to make lemonade out of lemons, so like BC2 led to iguana, fNXT has led to: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1372879

A passport system for assets that allows the asset holder to decide the blockchain they want to reside in. While the PoS mechanism is fully protecting the NXT holders as designed, it allows the creation of a hardfork that ignores other parts of the ecosystem, like assets.

This is a problem for any derivative. The core PoS or PoW or PoAnything will only protect the interests of the stakeholders, miners or whatever, that the block consensus algorithm uses. As such the hardfork attack vector is a very real and actual in the case of fNXT hardfork.

So while the PoS ensures that the NXT holders (including SuperNET) will vote for the fNXT hardfork out of their fiduciary duty to maximize revenues, there are no protections for asset holders or issuers. In some sense the PoS worked too well, instead of not well enough and it needs to be weakened.

Does this mean decentralized assets are dead?
Not at all!

This attack vector directly led me to create a solution, namely blockchain independent assets that is blockchain enforced. It does require all participating blockchains to implement an asset passport protocol, but the ones that do will allow for free travel among them.

blockchains with iron curtains that dont allow anybody to come in, still wont be able to prevent assets from leaving as long as there is a burn mechanism. So far all blockchains I have seen have either a direct burn method, or one can be devised.

That means that any blockchain that doesnt support asset immigration, is subject to a oneway outflow to ones that do. This is basically the SuperNET concept applied to assets and iguana tech will build into BTCD the ability to trade against BTC using BTCD's one minute block times but to be able to coldstore idle assets in the BTC blockchain. Even if they are in cold storage, it just means that they cannot be traded and all the dividends they earn will still go to your account.

How does this protect assets from the hardfork attack?
Simple. If an upcoming hardfork threatens your interests, just move to a different blockchain.

Even if a blockchain just increases taxes (txfees) and you want a lower cost blockchain, you can move.

If a blockchain just is slow to create useful tech, you can move to one that does.

By distributing an asset across multiple decentralized (or even distributed) blockchains appears to be the best protection available to derived crypto. The alternative is a new blockchain for each asset using itself as its PoS with blocks generated only when there is a transaction. Private chains are coming, but this seems excessive use of the blockchain "hammer" from the toolkit. And it creates a massive N*N problem of cross chain transactions for all such assetchains.

With asset passports, you just reside your assets where you are most actively using the local blockchain and since trading against the native currency of the blockchain is most efficient (it better be!) you will be able to take advantage of this affinity. But if ever some storm clouds appear, you can simply move to a safer blockchain.

BTC is here to stay. Certainly as the reference currency, but even the tech development pace is starting to accelerate, so this is encouraging for all of crypto. iguana is achieving less than an hour BTC blockchain sync for full 60 GB blockchain, so the problem I used to think was so big a problem is not so big anymore. bitcoin 0.12 supports pruning, so HDD space is also going to be an issue not so important. Most importantly, I will be able to run a bitcoind node on my laptop!

So why not everything BTC? Well if you ever are waiting for a trade to go through, you know that waiting even a minute is a long time. Try waiting 10 minutes. Just not a good experience. So I will make a hybrid system combining the speed of BTCD 1 minute blocks with BTC for long term storage. Trading against BTC should really be a requirement, but not sure if all passport enable blockchains will be able to do this, so it would probably need to be a strong recommendation.

iguana unites all the bitcoin compatibles using technology. It is inching toward completion and we even have a freelancer based GUI dev team now, using fully open source development.

docs.supernet.org shows the API and in spite of the external events that keep happening to cause delays, we still march on. This is a marathon and we will complete it.

James

P.S. Before any NXT holder panics, do not worry, NXT peoples are doing everything they can, literally, to make sure NXT goes up, so it seems pretty likely that NXT price will do just fine. I just have some ideological and technical disagreements and since I have no actual power within NXT, I was forced to move.

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Week 39: 20 BTCD have been paid to 668 unique BitcoinDark addresses for successfully staking blocks 963150-974714

Thanks for staking and supporting the BitcoinDark network. Thanks to MMBTCD for the consistent divs to stakers.  Also, worth a note, the number of unique stakers has been rising in the last month, which indicates network strength healthy. There are also a lot of great things happening on the development front with  BTCD/Iguana/ and other aspects of the platform. I'd suggest the community to read James's above post.
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There are also a lot of great things happening on the development front with  BTCD/Iguana/ and other aspects of the platform. I'd suggest the community to read James's above post.
Thank you Azeh for doing all those wonderful things for BTCD all this time. But the facts are looking us straight in the eyes. After almost 1.5 years we all use the same wallet you made us so many months ago.
I, of cause, understand James' desire to make a solid product, I know for a fact all those obstacles you guys challenge every day, and knowing the amount of time and energy core team puts into BTCD-Supernet project I truly ashamed (being much invested) to see people dumping to all time low to add to $500k those guys already control. I have nothing against Max and Olivier, but half a mil for half stolen product in 3 days??? And this is what people change BTCD for. I know there is a beta, reading here and there, not complaining, but maybe we can make wallet 1.0.0.3 with colorful buttons or something?
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February 25, 2016, 04:28:37 AM
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BTW, I forgot to thank James for finally getting back to BCT, I know where you hang around, but as you know for sure there would be no bitcoin without bitcointalk.
Thank you.
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February 25, 2016, 05:24:54 AM
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BTW, I forgot to thank James for finally getting back to BCT, I know where you hang around, but as you know for sure there would be no bitcoin without bitcointalk.
Thank you.
Most of the time now I am in slack and in the Bitcoin tech section: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=6.0

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1364951 is the atomic swap protocol which has a few practical issues, but we are refining it to solve all identified problems

With that as a base, the the roadmap in #tradebots (inside supernet slack) can be achieved.

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February 25, 2016, 06:08:30 AM
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For those not following NXT, I have been divorced from NXT.

https://nxtforum.org/core-development-discussion/nxt-2-0-design/msg210601/#msg210601

The above is my last post in the NXT forum, unless the fNXT plan is revoked. fNXT is not NXT and NXT lifetime is limited, so we will need to migrate the NXT assets to a different blockchain.

Now before you panic, I like to make lemonade out of lemons, so like BC2 led to iguana, fNXT has led to: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1372879

A passport system for assets that allows the asset holder to decide the blockchain they want to reside in. While the PoS mechanism is fully protecting the NXT holders as designed, it allows the creation of a hardfork that ignores other parts of the ecosystem, like assets.



iguana unites all the bitcoin compatibles using technology. It is inching toward completion and we even have a freelancer based GUI dev team now, using fully open source development.

docs.supernet.org shows the API and in spite of the external events that keep happening to cause delays, we still march on. This is a marathon and we will complete it.

James

Thanks for the link.  I've never encountered a stronger Bogon field than in that thread.

Bogon flux was measured at over 9000 Anonymints, before the bogometer spontaneously transmogrified into a brochure for a time-share development in prime Florida swampland.


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For those not following NXT, I have been divorced from NXT.

https://nxtforum.org/core-development-discussion/nxt-2-0-design/msg210601/#msg210601

The above is my last post in the NXT forum, unless the fNXT plan is revoked. fNXT is not NXT and NXT lifetime is limited, so we will need to migrate the NXT assets to a different blockchain.

Now before you panic, I like to make lemonade out of lemons, so like BC2 led to iguana, fNXT has led to: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1372879

A passport system for assets that allows the asset holder to decide the blockchain they want to reside in. While the PoS mechanism is fully protecting the NXT holders as designed, it allows the creation of a hardfork that ignores other parts of the ecosystem, like assets.

iguana unites all the bitcoin compatibles using technology. It is inching toward completion and we even have a freelancer based GUI dev team now, using fully open source development.

docs.supernet.org shows the API and in spite of the external events that keep happening to cause delays, we still march on. This is a marathon and we will complete it.

James

Thanks for the link.  I've never encountered a stronger Bogon field than in that thread.

Bogon flux was measured at over 9000 Anonymints, before the bogometer spontaneously transmogrified into a brochure for a time-share development in prime Florida swampland.

It wouldn't be a bad idea if you start reading . . .
Who knows? It might help you get one.

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For those not following NXT, I have been divorced from NXT.

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A passport system for assets that allows the asset holder to decide the blockchain they want to reside in. While the PoS mechanism is fully protecting the NXT holders as designed, it allows the creation of a hardfork that ignores other parts of the ecosystem, like assets.

James, have you considered starting a 'relationship' with Qora after your divorce from NXT?

I think you would find the Qora dev team very easy to work with on something like your asset passports protocol.

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For those not following NXT, I have been divorced from NXT.

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A passport system for assets that allows the asset holder to decide the blockchain they want to reside in. While the PoS mechanism is fully protecting the NXT holders as designed, it allows the creation of a hardfork that ignores other parts of the ecosystem, like assets.

James, have you considered starting a 'relationship' with Qora after your divorce from NXT?

I think you would find the Qora dev team very easy to work with on something like your asset passports protocol.


The passport systems requires that any blockchain that wants to participate would be able to. It is an interop standard. I am working on a method that will allow weaker chains to utilize BTC for security. Not for all tx, but for a backstop past which all the tx in that chain would become permanent

But in all the scenarios, iguana must be fully working first, so for now I will be slogging through all the bitcoin rpc and make sure they are working.well almost all, there are a few RPC that are not relevant in iguana's context.

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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you
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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

Thank you for providing the above link.
My question was if it's possible to create somehow a paper wallet for every altcoin by myself
e.g. to generate the public and private address somehow without using paper generators.

There are altcoins without paper wallets so I want to store my coins on paper.
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Week 40: 20 BTCD have been paid to 597 unique BitcoinDark addresses for successfully staking blocks 974715-985309

Thanks for staking and supporting the BitcoinDark network.  40 weeks in and still going strong. Another nice 20 BTCD paid to stakers.  James continues to make progress on the BTCD/SN ecosystem.  At some point things will come together and start to pay dividends, literally.
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I would not create the BTCD wallet online. Download the open source code of walletgenerator.net on https://github.com/MichaelMure/WalletGenerator.net and create the BTCD paper wallet on a computer without an internet connection.

Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets
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Week 40: 20 BTCD have been paid to 597 unique BitcoinDark addresses for successfully staking blocks 974715-985309

Thanks for staking and supporting the BitcoinDark network.  40 weeks in and still going strong. Another nice 20 BTCD paid to stakers.  James continues to make progress on the BTCD/SN ecosystem.  At some point things will come together and start to pay dividends, literally.

Thank you this is like clock work

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i downloaded the btcd wallet from the main ANN page 1 for windows and the SHA-1 Hash is different, i got
A5C13C0234302DBEA78065EA166E69725A6F997A

this is different than what is listed on page 1.

i used http://onlinemd5.com/ to get the SHA-1 hash. 

where do i download the btcd wallet from?
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i downloaded the btcd wallet from the main ANN page 1 for windows and the SHA-1 Hash is different, i got
A5C13C0234302DBEA78065EA166E69725A6F997A

this is different than what is listed on page 1.

i used http://onlinemd5.com/ to get the SHA-1 hash. 

where do i download the btcd wallet from?


Which wallet did you download, osx or windows?
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