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July 26, 2014, 07:49:25 AM
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Rolling back to 7408. All vulnerabilities have been closed. Coin now has no flaws. I will post a detailed response on what happened, why it happened, and how it was so easy to do. Thanks to earlz for finding the mystery and MrData for his help with the rollback


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This coin has a mystery...
It's not malicious...
It's not obvious...
Virtually insignificant...
But when found...
Will raise the due diligence standard
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Please post your pool picture and link to be readded once you are updated to the rollback

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Pool operators will probably have to run the daemon with -disablesafemode for a while until there enough new good blocks to be a longer chain than the old one
Pool Operators: Your pool will be listed once you post a confirmation that you have updated


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int64 static GetBlockValue(int nHeight, int64 nFees, uint256 prevHash)
{
       int64 nSubsidy = 10 * COIN;

       std::string cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);
       const char* cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
       long seed = hex2long(cseed);
       int rand = generateMTRandom(seed, 800);
       int rand1 = 0;
       int rand2 = 0;
       int rand3 = 0;
       int rand4 = 0;
       int rand5 = 0;
       int rand6 = 0;
       int rand7 = 0;

      
       if(nHeight < 80000)    
       {
               nSubsidy = rand * COIN;
       }



       else if(nHeight < 160000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand1 = generateMTRandom(seed, 400);
               if(rand1 < 1)
               nSubsidy = rand1 + 1 * COIN;
               else if(rand1 > 1)
               nSubsidy = rand1 * COIN;
       }
       else if(nHeight < 240000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(6,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand2 = generateMTRandom(seed, 300);
               if(rand2 < 2)
               nSubsidy = rand2 + 2 * COIN;
               else if(rand2 > 2)
               nSubsidy = rand2 * COIN;
       }
       else if(nHeight < 320000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand3 = generateMTRandom(seed, 200);
               if(rand3 < 3)
               nSubsidy = rand3 + 3 * COIN;
               else if(rand3 > 3)
               nSubsidy = rand3 * COIN;
       }
       else if(nHeight < 400000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand4 = generateMTRandom(seed, 100);
               if(rand4 < 4)
               nSubsidy = rand4 + 4 * COIN;
               else if(rand4 > 4)
               nSubsidy = rand4 * COIN;
       }
       else if(nHeight < 480000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(6,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand5 = generateMTRandom(seed, 50);
               if(rand5 < 5)
               nSubsidy = rand5 + 5 * COIN;
               else if(rand5 > 5)
               nSubsidy = rand5 * COIN;
       }
       else if(nHeight < 560000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand6 = generateMTRandom(seed, 25);
               if(rand6 < 6)
               nSubsidy = rand6 + 6 * COIN;
               else if(rand6 > 6)
               nSubsidy = rand6 * COIN;
       }
       else if(nHeight < 600000)      
       {
               cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);
               cseed = cseed_str.c_str();
               seed = hex2long(cseed);
               rand1 = generateMTRandom(seed, 14);
               if(rand7 < 1)
               nSubsidy = rand7 + 7 * COIN;
               else if(rand7 > 7)
               nSubsidy = rand7 * COIN;
       }


        nSubsidy >>= (nHeight / 1000000);

   return nSubsidy;
}



Rolling back to 7408. All vulnerabilities have been closed. Coin now has no flaws. I will post a detailed response on what happened, why it happened, and how it was so easy to do. Thanks to earlz for finding the mystery and MrData for his help with the rollback


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July 26, 2014, 07:52:57 AM
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algo?
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July 26, 2014, 08:11:05 AM
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Says SHA in the picture.

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July 26, 2014, 09:06:17 AM
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To bad it is SHA, it could be a X11 and still bring in "ASICS"...
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July 26, 2014, 04:03:00 PM
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still waiting for 2 hour message

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July 26, 2014, 04:05:46 PM
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is this going to be the one that switches algos randomly and requires a special miner package???
i thought roulettecoin was it, and they were still busy premining it, but maybe there's a special trick up the sleeve yet.

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July 26, 2014, 05:10:26 PM
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This should be interesting   Grin

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Hidden premine?  Roll Eyes
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July 26, 2014, 06:05:05 PM
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Releasing Today, July 27th


Today is the 26th isn't it? Is that the surprise?

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July 26, 2014, 06:07:58 PM
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Releasing Today, July 27th


Today is the 26th isn't it? Is that the surprise?
That's the mystery...


Btw. in Australia it's already the 27th..  Wink

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July 26, 2014, 06:08:19 PM
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That depends where you are . Its the 27th in Australia.

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LOL. We BOTH typed "its the 27th in Austraila, same time Wink

I want to make sure everyone knows that I just released my software called "Yobit pump alert". THis is custom software that uses an algo to detect the start of a pump here on yobit, the second it starts. YOu can even filter the coins you see by price. Most pumps start less than 100 sats , so you can easily filter the cheap coins, so they are the only ones displayed Smiley

Also we onloy accept fly as payment. Its $10 worth of fly. The fly wallet is now live here on yobit!

Go to this link to learn more about Yobit pump alert

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July 26, 2014, 06:12:22 PM
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That depends where you are . Its the 27th in Australia.

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LOL. We BOTH typed "its the 27th in Austraila, same time Wink

Haha.. he could also be from The Kiribati Line Islands.. i believe that's UTC +14 .. Smiley

So it's perfectly possible ;-)

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July 26, 2014, 07:09:47 PM
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watching

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We'll set up a pool for MisteryCoin  Cool

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sounds cool ill be mining

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This coin has a mystery...
It's not malicious...
It's not obvious...
Virtually insignificant...
But when found...
Will raise the due diligence standard

You will put a virus in the wallets?
You are the IRS and will tax on the insignificant profit if any?
You will have mined 80000 blocks before launch?
You will have a super block of 10000000 which can only be mined by you?

Then you will say "do better due diligence" ?

Okay I like this coin. I wouldn't touch it with an enemies dick, but interested in the stories that follow. Grin   Grin

Shitcoins are never "undervalued"
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algo?

that's part of the mystery

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This coin has a mystery...
It's not malicious...
It's not obvious...
Virtually insignificant...
But when found...
Will raise the due diligence standard

You will put a virus in the wallets?
You are the IRS and will tax on the insignificant profit if any?
You will have mined 80000 blocks before launch?
You will have a super block of 10000000 which can only be mined by you?

Then you will say "do better due diligence" ?

Okay I like this coin. I wouldn't touch it with an enemies dick, but interested in the stories that follow. Grin   Grin

You are a half empty type of guy, huh?

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Any bounty for finding mystery?  Tongue


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