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August 28, 2014, 03:01:48 AM
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Still waiting on the pubaddr release but I am continuing with some loopback testing of, well now I am not wanting to lose any BTCD into hyperspace during testing so I set up some LTC teleport tests Smiley

Please calm!
Remember the whale games

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ROFL

If we can achieve BitcoinDark's goals and continue to innovate, I have no doubt BTCD will be the first alt to pass Litecoin's market cap.

Couldn't agree more.  I laughed at the thoguht of using LTC instead of BTCD for testing teleport as BTCD is too precious to risk.  Brilliant!  I personally liquidated the last of my LTC for BTCD a couple of weeks ago, right before the uber-drop from 0.012 Smiley
the price is about the same, but there are making so many more LTC everyday

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August 28, 2014, 03:03:21 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


teleported LTC?

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August 28, 2014, 03:05:19 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


Exactly what you wanted it to
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August 28, 2014, 03:07:41 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


teleported LTC?
No, it is the "maketelepods" API call, so it should make some telepods.
It reminded me that I didnt put core changes into LTC so I have to do a bunch of fiddling to make teleport work. BTCD will teleport better than any other crypto due to the core changes. With all the recent chaos, I forgot.

So, I need to write some code, like an adapter for LTC. this adapter should work for BTC too, and it is all without risking any BTCD. I usually use DOGE for such experiments as I prefer using mainnet for low value currencies than testnets, just a more realistic test result, but DOGE has given me some troubles recently and the fact LTC denominations are so close to BTCD allows for a good test.

so a little out of order to be doing this now, but since it had to be done sooner or later, i guess it is sooner

James

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August 28, 2014, 03:09:07 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


Exactly what you wanted it to
unfortunately not, i only look smart because I have to try dozens or even hundreds of iterations to get stuff to work.
At least do overs are allowed during development

James

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August 28, 2014, 03:09:51 AM
Last edit: August 28, 2014, 03:50:42 AM by clovis A.
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Please help community.... lets get BitcoinWisdom to hook us up!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=190722.msg8564227#msg8564227

EDIT: nice little string of support there now, nicely done, keep em coming

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August 28, 2014, 03:18:13 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


Exactly what you wanted it to
unfortunately not, i only look smart because I have to try dozens or even hundreds of iterations to get stuff to work.
At least do overs are allowed during development

James
You're like Edison inventing his version of the light bulb.
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August 28, 2014, 03:26:11 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


Exactly what you wanted it to
unfortunately not, i only look smart because I have to try dozens or even hundreds of iterations to get stuff to work.
At least do overs are allowed during development

James
You're like Edison inventing his version of the light bulb.
Tungsten! yes that is what the flux capacitors need!

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August 28, 2014, 03:27:54 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


Did we see the first successful teleport?Huh?

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August 28, 2014, 03:31:42 AM
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Hey James, do you know which coins want to/will be be added to the super network ? Or is that inside info ?  Wink

I tend to buy a lot of coins on speculation  Roll Eyes

Look a few pages back for info on this topic.

I looked up to 10 pages back and I have found hints by James such as:

"so a coin getting mgwCOIN is a probabilistic indication of its joining the supernetwork, maybe 50/50 chance
Now if they start making reskinned GUI, then the chances go to 80%
If their devs are posting questions about libjl777, 95%+"

But I don't know where to find this information without searching through a million different threads, can anyone help?

I found this- https://github.com/jl777/libjl777/blob/master/coins.h   But I'm not a coder and I'm not exactly sure what it means. Thanks guys for the great thread so far Smiley


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August 28, 2014, 03:31:47 AM
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I think I might have found a possible bug in the wallet, or maybe it's just a known issue, or maybe I'm totally wrong....
I have my wallet open and unlocked for staking only.  It's been happily staking away since PoS started.  A few days ago I sent someone a small amount of BTCD as a test, whereupon I was prompted to unlock the wallet as usual.  All good so far.  Today I checked back on the wallet to see how my stakes were going to find it wasn't staking as it was locked.  So does the wallet become fully locked after you fully unlock it to make a send transaction, rather than returning it to a unlocked for staking state?  If it does do it, it is highly annoying!

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August 28, 2014, 03:36:23 AM
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I think I might have found a possible bug in the wallet, or maybe it's just a known issue, or maybe I'm totally wrong....
I have my wallet open and unlocked for staking only.  It's been happily staking away since PoS started.  A few days ago I sent someone a small amount of BTCD as a test, whereupon I was prompted to unlock the wallet as usual.  All good so far.  Today I checked back on the wallet to see how my stakes were going to find it wasn't staking as it was locked.  So does the wallet become fully locked after you fully unlock it to make a send transaction, rather than returning it to a unlocked for staking state?  If it does do it, it is highly annoying!

I've had a couple similar instances where my wallet locks for no apparent reason.  Same thing, i come back to look and it's locked

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August 28, 2014, 03:39:44 AM
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After I remembered to create and fund the "transporter" account, the following program:

Code:
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])
{
    char *cmdstr = "{\"requestType\":\"maketelepods\",\"coin\":\"LTC\",\"amount\":0.001}";
    libjl777_start(confjson);
    printf("(%s) -> %s\n",cmdstr,libjl777_JSON(cmdstr));
    while ( 1 )
        sleep(60);
    return(0);
}

did something.
anybody want to guess what it did?

James


Did we see the first successful teleport?Huh?
Ive been teleporting BTCD via loopback for two weeks now, since I am waiting for BTCDdev to make release to support broadcasting pubkeys (this is needed to construct network topology), I've been doing the stuff I had saved for later, like local file encryption (done), find somebody to review (started), adding more onion layers (done), making fun of trolls (done), and now teleporting non-BTCD

The GUI is making progress, even the InstantDEX GUI in parallel
so we havent seen a remote teleport yet,  but I dont expect it will take more than a day to debug that part after the network topology is propagating properly. That is really the only thing left at the component level

Then the systems debugging is possible. Maybe I missed some stuff and will have to code a bit more, maybe some connections arent quite right, but I am feeling like I am already climbed to the top of the mountain and now it is the climb down. Still have to be careful, but the finish line is in sight.

I warned that I am needing some external things so, i cant predict exact completion date. Its like waiting for the flux capacitor to arrive in the mail and they send you extra dilithium crystals, which you already have plenty of. Even if I am doing all myself, I can still only estimate. With the possible states of all teleports, it will unfortunately take a full week to test all cases, plus whatever time to fix any system integration issues.

James


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August 28, 2014, 03:40:57 AM
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I think I might have found a possible bug in the wallet, or maybe it's just a known issue, or maybe I'm totally wrong....
I have my wallet open and unlocked for staking only.  It's been happily staking away since PoS started.  A few days ago I sent someone a small amount of BTCD as a test, whereupon I was prompted to unlock the wallet as usual.  All good so far.  Today I checked back on the wallet to see how my stakes were going to find it wasn't staking as it was locked.  So does the wallet become fully locked after you fully unlock it to make a send transaction, rather than returning it to a unlocked for staking state?  If it does do it, it is highly annoying!

I've had a couple similar instances where my wallet locks for no apparent reason.  Same thing, i come back to look and it's locked
it does seem to autolock after any send.
have to remember to unlock right after any send
I dont do GUI, so you need to complain to someone else, there might be a reason though.

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August 28, 2014, 03:44:01 AM
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Hey James, do you know which coins want to/will be be added to the super network ? Or is that inside info ?  Wink

I tend to buy a lot of coins on speculation  Roll Eyes

Look a few pages back for info on this topic.

I looked up to 10 pages back and I have found hints by James such as:

"so a coin getting mgwCOIN is a probabilistic indication of its joining the supernetwork, maybe 50/50 chance
Now if they start making reskinned GUI, then the chances go to 80%
If their devs are posting questions about libjl777, 95%+"

But I don't know where to find this information without searching through a million different threads, can anyone help?

I found this- https://github.com/jl777/libjl777/blob/master/coins.h   But I'm not a coder and I'm not exactly sure what it means. Thanks guys for the great thread so far Smiley



I have made it so that adding any bitcoin fork is a matter for adding a line in the .conf file:

    {\"name\":\"LTC\",\"conf\":\"/Users/username/Library/Application Support/Litecoin/litecoin.conf\",\"asset\":\"2881764795164526882\",\"txfee\":0.000,\"NXTfee_equiv\":0.01,\"rpc\":\"127.0.0.1:9332\",\"blockheight\":564980,\"forkblockheight\":594965,\"minconfirms\":5,\"estblocktime\":150,\"clonesmear\":1,\"maxevolveiters\":10}\

That's all I had to add to get LTC to create a mangled telepod Smiley
Once I get support for bitcoin forks debugged, it really should be more time to download the blockchain for that coin than the time to get teleport for it working

James

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August 28, 2014, 03:58:49 AM
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BitcoinDark with teleport
LOL

give it 1 more month

we will also see
BitcoinGreen --- the green no energy coin
BitcoinBlack --- the bitcoin black
BitcoinRed -- the communist China coin
BitcoinBrown -- the Latin coin ..........

i had never done any transaction on bitcointalk and never will, i scam no one. the scammers just don't like my posts.
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August 28, 2014, 04:56:50 AM
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Thx for cheap coins guys!)

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August 28, 2014, 04:59:49 AM
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BitcoinDark with teleport
LOL

give it 1 more month

we will also see
BitcoinGreen --- the green no energy coin
BitcoinBlack --- the bitcoin black
BitcoinRed -- the communist China coin
BitcoinBrown -- the Latin coin ..........

btc wave rofl
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August 28, 2014, 06:49:45 AM
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since my trial version of Parallels on mac ran out a week ago I'm back to my wallet on Mac.

Virtual Box is free. Not as good as parallels, but it does work.

very awesome thanks! installed it now will try the wallet and see how things go Smiley

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August 28, 2014, 07:36:19 AM
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I think I might have found a possible bug in the wallet, or maybe it's just a known issue, or maybe I'm totally wrong....
I have my wallet open and unlocked for staking only.  It's been happily staking away since PoS started.  A few days ago I sent someone a small amount of BTCD as a test, whereupon I was prompted to unlock the wallet as usual.  All good so far.  Today I checked back on the wallet to see how my stakes were going to find it wasn't staking as it was locked.  So does the wallet become fully locked after you fully unlock it to make a send transaction, rather than returning it to a unlocked for staking state?  If it does do it, it is highly annoying!

I've had a couple similar instances where my wallet locks for no apparent reason.  Same thing, i come back to look and it's locked
it does seem to autolock after any send.
have to remember to unlock right after any send
I dont do GUI, so you need to complain to someone else, there might be a reason though.

Yeah I discovered the same happening on all mx Txs. I took it as intended and disregarded the fact that I just fully unlocked it twice for no reason  Roll Eyes
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