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August 07, 2014, 06:11:49 AM
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the problem is not the blockchain. my wallet got corrupted after i restarted the QT client (it did NOT crash, it was shut down properly) and is not readable by the wallet anymore. I now tried five older versions, every time I start the client it tells me the wallet.dat is corrupted and not repairable. then wallet.dat gets renamed.
del all,use old version,old block chain,old wallet.dat.you'll get your coin back

again, I already tried that. The client can't load the old wallet.dat. even if you delete everything except for the wallet.dat, the client says that the wallet.dat is corrupted and can't be repaired. after that, the qt-wallet crashes...
There was probably some sort of problem with the shutdown even though it may not have looked that way. Have you tried the latest revision released a few hours ago? Try running -resync and if that doesn't work delete your Cryptonite data folder completely and then once you're fully synced shut down Qt and replace the new wallet.dat file with your old one and also delete the db.log file.

XCN seems have been prepared and pre-tested for a long time, a great coin with many innovations, but what do you think about the price now?
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August 07, 2014, 06:15:49 AM
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It seems some people are blindly going to AWS without doing the math... they're gonna lose money.
The price now is too low.

Not yet.
For GPU maybe, but for people mining with cpus @home its waste of money atm. Or investment in future price rise Smiley
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August 07, 2014, 06:39:36 AM
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It seems some people are blindly going to AWS without doing the math... they're gonna lose money.
The price now is too low.

Not yet.

$0.788 for ec2.instance per hour and only get 3 coins,
even if mining @home use 750Ti, it's not profitable compare to X11 multipool.
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August 07, 2014, 06:49:19 AM
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It seems some people are blindly going to AWS without doing the math... they're gonna lose money.
and here I thought the gpuminer was not working on aws.
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August 07, 2014, 06:50:50 AM
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Why not list this on bittrex?  Wink
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August 07, 2014, 07:07:47 AM
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This is very interesting, is there already any AMD GPU miner? Binaries for CUDA miner?
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August 07, 2014, 08:11:32 AM
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Bittrex is the one who stalled all momentum complaining about a wallet bug that has the potential to wipe their Bitcoin wallets clean. Isn't it odd that Bter and C-Cex listed XCN with no issues whatsoever. Blame Bittrex for the low price now. Unless it can be fixed, the value will just keep heading south.

Bittrex should be renamed Shittex.

The way I read it, bittrex said they didn't have time to verify the software or it's interaction with bittrex codes. Pretty much it was going to take more than 5 minutes, so didn't get done. It's true that it could take some time to implement exchange interface properly. Not sure why so many people read it as a problem with the coin.
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August 07, 2014, 08:24:06 AM
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So here are the instructions to build the miner on an EC2 GPU instance (assumes you have installed cuda toolkit):

Code:
sudo apt-get install -y build-essential automake m4 libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libgmp-dev git
cd
git clone https://github.com/MiniblockchainProject/CudaMiner
cd CudaMiner
sed -i 's/compute_35/compute_30/' Makefile.am
chmod +x autogen.sh
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make -j 8

# RUN USING:
# ./minerd -o stratum+tcp://xcnpool.1gh.com:7333 -u XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -p x -t 1



What OS are you running?
I get a lot of dependency issues on Ubuntu 12.04 trying to install build-essential and libcurl4 libraries.

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August 07, 2014, 08:27:03 AM
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So here are the instructions to build the miner on an EC2 GPU instance (assumes you have installed cuda toolkit):

Code:
sudo apt-get install -y build-essential automake m4 libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libgmp-dev git
cd
git clone https://github.com/MiniblockchainProject/CudaMiner
cd CudaMiner
sed -i 's/compute_35/compute_30/' Makefile.am
chmod +x autogen.sh
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make -j 8

# RUN USING:
# ./minerd -o stratum+tcp://xcnpool.1gh.com:7333 -u XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -p x -t 1



What OS are you running?
I get a lot of dependency issues on Ubuntu 12.04 trying to install build-essential and libcurl4 libraries.
you can search community ami "dogecoin mining ami" with CUDA5.5 ready~
mine for future...
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August 07, 2014, 09:07:35 AM
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So here are the instructions to build the miner on an EC2 GPU instance (assumes you have installed cuda toolkit):

Code:
sudo apt-get install -y build-essential automake m4 libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libgmp-dev git
cd
git clone https://github.com/MiniblockchainProject/CudaMiner
cd CudaMiner
sed -i 's/compute_35/compute_30/' Makefile.am
chmod +x autogen.sh
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make -j 8

# RUN USING:
# ./minerd -o stratum+tcp://xcnpool.1gh.com:7333 -u XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -p x -t 1



What OS are you running?
I get a lot of dependency issues on Ubuntu 12.04 trying to install build-essential and libcurl4 libraries.
you can search community ami "dogecoin mining ami" with CUDA5.5 ready~
mine for future...
I dont think he is on AWS as the instances come with 14.01 LTS version. He is on 12.04
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August 07, 2014, 09:38:05 AM
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It seems some people are blindly going to AWS without doing the math... they're gonna lose money.
The price now is too low.

Not yet.

$0.788 for ec2.instance per hour and only get 3 coins,
even if mining @home use 750Ti, it's not profitable compare to X11 multipool.


Dude, spot instances! You can get a g2.2 for $0.1/hr!

Also, 750Ti numbers:

Hash of one 750Ti @ stock / network hash * blocks per day * XCN per block = XCN per day per 750Ti @ stock:
 
3100000 / 6016040021 * 1440 * 242 = ~180 XCN/day

As of this moment, 1 XCN is worth 0.0000272 BTC - making one 750Ti bring in ~0.005 BTC per day. It's not excellent, but it's not horrid, either.

That's pretty decent compared to other coins to gpu mine with and more efficient than cpu mining.

CRYPTSY exchange: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=9017 BURST= BURST-TE3W-CFGH-7343-6VM6R BTC=1CNsqGUR9YJNrhydQZnUPbaDv6h4uaYCHv ETH=0x144bc9fe471d3c71d8e09d58060d78661b1d4f32 SHF=0x13a0a2cb0d55eca975cf2d97015f7d580ce52d85 EXP=0xd71921dca837e415a58ca0d6dd2223cc84e0ea2f SC=6bdf9d12a983fed6723abad91a39be4f95d227f9bdb0490de3b8e5d45357f63d564638b1bd71 CLAMS=xGVTdM9EJpNBCYAjHFVxuZGcqvoL22nP6f SOIL=0x8b5c989bc931c0769a50ecaf9ffe490c67cb5911
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August 07, 2014, 09:48:29 AM
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It seems some people are blindly going to AWS without doing the math... they're gonna lose money.
The price now is too low.

Not yet.

$0.788 for ec2.instance per hour and only get 3 coins,
even if mining @home use 750Ti, it's not profitable compare to X11 multipool.


Dude, spot instances! You can get a g2.2 for $0.1/hr!

Also, 750Ti numbers:

Hash of one 750Ti @ stock / network hash * blocks per day * XCN per block = XCN per day per 750Ti @ stock:
 
3100000 / 6016040021 * 1440 * 242 = ~180 XCN/day

As of this moment, 1 XCN is worth 0.0000272 BTC - making one 750Ti bring in ~0.005 BTC per day. It's not excellent, but it's not horrid, either.
Agree with you, here is some data with X11@nicehash
hash of one 750TI * price at nice hash = 0.0025G*0.3BTC/G/DAY=0.00075 BTC per day.

BTW @Wolf  : I have see you hashrate of 2.2M and here is 3.1M, which confused me.
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August 07, 2014, 10:23:27 AM
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win7 x64 problem:

i had a fresh install of the wallet, started syncing and used the initial address for mining @ 1gh. the wallet got stuck at some "trie" stuff (for over 6h) so I restarted the qt-wallet. Now it says my wallet.dat is corrupted, and can't be repaired. the wallet.dat file is getting renamed and a new one is created. all my mined coins are gone. there are generally a lot of runtime exceptions and messages when operating the wallet.

how can I get my coins back? looks like there is no checkwallet/repairwallet implemented.

Code:
Page 0: metadata page corrupted
Page 0: could not check metadata page
wallet.dat: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed
file unknown has LSN 1/3132, past end of log at 1/1076
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment

looks like a critical bug in the QT wallet which kills the wallet.dat

Edit: salvagewallet did not work either

i'm still looking for a solution. lost around 120 coins that way. i don't want to think about someone losing thousands due to that bug.

All you need is the private key of your receiving address.

You can try the following. ALWAYS keep a backup of your wallet.

1. Take a note of your address.
2. Go to 'help > debug > console'
3. Type:

Code:
dumpprivkey YOURRECEIVINGADDRESS

4. Store the private key in a safe location.
5. Repeat for all your receiving addresses (if you have more than one)

Now, do whatever you want with the wallets. As soon as you have a working wallet, import your private key for each of your receiving addresses with the command:

Code:
importprivkey YOURPRIVATEKEYFORADDRESS "My Address Label"

Hope this helps.


I can't do that, as I can't load the wallet.dat file. One second after starting the QT wallet with the corrupted wallet.dat file, it says the wallet.dat is corrupted. and then the wallet.dat file is beeing renamed. I'll post more debug messages in a min.

the problem is not the blockchain. my wallet got corrupted after i restarted the QT client (it did NOT crash, it was shut down properly) and is not readable by the wallet anymore. I now tried five older versions, every time I start the client it tells me the wallet.dat is corrupted and not repairable. then wallet.dat gets renamed.
del all,use old version,old block chain,old wallet.dat.you'll get your coin back

again, I already tried that. The client can't load the old wallet.dat. even if you delete everything except for the wallet.dat, the client says that the wallet.dat is corrupted and can't be repaired. after that, the qt-wallet crashes...
There was probably some sort of problem with the shutdown even though it may not have looked that way. Have you tried the latest revision released a few hours ago? Try running -resync and if that doesn't work delete your Cryptonite data folder completely and then once you're fully synced shut down Qt and replace the new wallet.dat file with your old one and also delete the db.log file.

yepp, it looks like the shutdown process has corrupted the wallet. I think it was because it was in the "download trie" state which was not covered.

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August 07, 2014, 10:33:20 AM
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win7 x64 problem:

i had a fresh install of the wallet, started syncing and used the initial address for mining @ 1gh. the wallet got stuck at some "trie" stuff (for over 6h) so I restarted the qt-wallet. Now it says my wallet.dat is corrupted, and can't be repaired. the wallet.dat file is getting renamed and a new one is created. all my mined coins are gone. there are generally a lot of runtime exceptions and messages when operating the wallet.

how can I get my coins back? looks like there is no checkwallet/repairwallet implemented.

Code:
Page 0: metadata page corrupted
Page 0: could not check metadata page
wallet.dat: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed
file unknown has LSN 1/3132, past end of log at 1/1076
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment

looks like a critical bug in the QT wallet which kills the wallet.dat

Edit: salvagewallet did not work either

i'm still looking for a solution. lost around 120 coins that way. i don't want to think about someone losing thousands due to that bug.

All you need is the private key of your receiving address.

You can try the following. ALWAYS keep a backup of your wallet.

1. Take a note of your address.
2. Go to 'help > debug > console'
3. Type:

Code:
dumpprivkey YOURRECEIVINGADDRESS

4. Store the private key in a safe location.
5. Repeat for all your receiving addresses (if you have more than one)

Now, do whatever you want with the wallets. As soon as you have a working wallet, import your private key for each of your receiving addresses with the command:

Code:
importprivkey YOURPRIVATEKEYFORADDRESS "My Address Label"

Hope this helps.


I can't do that, as I can't load the wallet.dat file. One second after starting the QT wallet with the corrupted wallet.dat file, it says the wallet.dat is corrupted. and then the wallet.dat file is beeing renamed. I'll post more debug messages in a min.

There is a 'checkwallet' command and a 'repairwallet' command. Is it possible to run them?

there is no checkwallet/repairwallet command (like I stated somewhere before), at least not in the rpc command list. but even if they were available, I could not run them, because I can't load my wallet.dat in the first place. from debug and db.log:

Code:
file unknown has LSN 1/3132, past end of log at 1/28
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment
Page 0: metadata page corrupted
Page 0: could not check metadata page
wallet.dat: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed
file unknown has LSN 1/3132, past end of log at 1/1076
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment
wallet.1407407212.bak: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed

Code:
2014-08-07 10:26:52 Renamed wallet.dat to wallet.1407407212.bak
2014-08-07 10:26:52 CDBEnv::Salvage : Database salvage found errors, all data may not be recoverable.
2014-08-07 10:26:52 Salvage(aggressive) found no records in wallet.1407407212.bak.
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Initialization result: 0
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Requesting shutdown
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Running Shutdown in thread
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Shutdown : In progress...
2014-08-07 10:26:56 StopNode()
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Shutdown : done
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Shutdown finished
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Shutdown result: 1
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Stopping thread
2014-08-07 10:26:56 Stopped thread

I will happily provide the wallet.dat file to the devs so they can take a look.

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Introduction

Cryptonite is the first crypto-currency to implement the mini-blockchain scheme along with many other innovative features. Our goal was to create a truly scalable cryptocurrency which combined many of the best ideas developed within the alt-coin community and some of our own innovative ideas. The basic philosophy of Cryptonite is to follow the ideals set by Bitcoin as closely as possible but improve upon everything that could be improved.

Cryptonite was developed by the Mini-blockchain Project over a period of almost four months. Cryptonite is a fork of the Bitcoin core but the code has been extensively modified and expanded upon. It seems that the altcoin community is experiencing a torrential flood of clone-coins right now and it is not our goal to add to that pile of useless altcoins. Our goal was to create something truly new, innovative, and useful to the cryptocurrency community.

The altcoin community should be about innovation, not a select few people making a quick buck. Our goal was to break out of that greed driven trend. Cryptonite had no pre-mine, no IPO, the difficulty adjustment algorithm is designed to adapt quickly and prevent instamines, the coins are distributed fairly over a long period of time (half mined after 10 years), we did over a month of public beta testing before release along with a week early pre-announcement.

Brief Overview

Mini-Blockchain

Cryptonite is the first implementation of the light weight mini-blockchain scheme. Nodes will never again spend days synchronizing with the network and the average user will not have to fear becoming a full node. This is possible because of our decentralized balance sheet approach.

Innovative Ideas

Cryptonite combines many great ideas developed by the altcoin community and also includes several novel features not seen in another cryptocurrency until now. Two innovative features which help improve security and trust are unmalleable transactions and withdrawal limits.

Smart Adaptation

Cryptonite achieves smart coin distribution by adjusting the difficulty and the block reward every block, adapting quickly to changes and providing smoother transitions. The dynamic max block size mechanism ensures that the transaction capacity of the network naturally grows over time.

Future Proofed

Cryptonite has an unparalleled potential for scalability and transaction capacity. The total coin supply has a full 64 bits of granularity and the header timestamp has also been increased to 64 bits. The M7 PoW algorithm uses multiple cryptographically secure hashing algorithms.

Micro-Transactions

Cryptonite has superior support for micro-transactions because we don't have to worry about keeping any so called "dust" in the blockchain forever. Since blockchain bloat is not a problem, blocks can be larger and we can encourage the use of custom transaction messages.

Multi-Sig Support

Cryptonite has full native support for multi-signature transactions, which require multiple parties to sign a transaction with different keys before it is considered valid. Multi-sig transactions are useful in many real world situations, especially for consumer protection and escrow schemes.

Specifications

- Block time: 1 per minute
- Block reward: changes every block (half life of 10 years)
- Max block size: changes every block (100 block average * 2)
- Difficulty adjustment: changes every block (1000 block filter)
- Coin supply: 2^64-1 units (1.84 billion coins, 10 dec places)
- Mining algorithm: M7 PoW
- Pre-mine: none

Usage

See the wiki for information on the Cryptonite API:
http://cryptonite.info/wiki/index.php?title=Cryptonite_API

Use the setgenerate command or the standalone miner to begin mining.

FAQ/Troubleshooting

See this very informative post written by watuba.

Also see this page: www.cryptonite.info/?page=faq

Community

IRC: #cryptonite on freenode
Wiki: http://cryptonite.info/wiki/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoniteCoin
Code: https://github.com/MiniblockchainProject/

Services

Exchanges

Bter: www.bter.com
btc38: www.btc38.com
C-CEX: www.c-cex.com

Pools

1GH XCN Pool: xcn.1gh.com
MiniChain Pool: pool.minichain.info

Block Explorers

MiniChain: www.minichain.info

More Detail

Mini-blockchain Scheme

Cryptonite is the first implementation of the mini-blockchain scheme, a scheme designed for maximum scalability, achieved by addressing the problem of blockchain bloat and providing a solution which allows all old transactions to be forgotten by the network after they become old enough. This allows new nodes to synchronize with the network extremely quickly and allows existing nodes to free up disk space by deleting old transactions. As a result of this scheme the network doesn't need to become increasingly centralized only by nodes capable of handling the full blockchain, so mining can remain more decentralized.

Micro-transactions & Messages

Thanks to the mini-blockchain scheme Cryptonite has superior support for micro-transactions and custom transaction messages attached to transactions. In Bitcoin and other altcoins where the full blockchain is required to synchronize with the network, small value transactions and transaction messages tend to be discouraged because they cause "blockchain bloat". The scalable nature of the mini-blockchain scheme relieves us from the concern of blockchain bloat and we can have full support for transaction messages and micro-transactions because nodes don't need to store transactions forever.

Withdrawal Limits

Cryptonite is the first altcoin to feature withdrawal limits, allowing users to set a limit on how many coins they can send from an address in one block. This is useful because it helps to prevent double spending and increases confidence in low-confirmation transactions. If a merchant can see that the withdrawal limit on an address prevents it from being emptied in a small number of blocks they can have much more confidence in any transactions sent to them from that address, even without any confirmations at all. So the main advantage of withdrawal limits is that 0-confirmation transactions become safer in the right conditions.

Unmalleable Transactions

If the claims of Mt. Gox and other businesses are to be believed, transaction malleability has caused quite a bit of damage to the Bitcoin economy. Of course even if that's the true reason why Mt. Gox went out of business, it's still their fault for not understanding transaction malleability when it was well known about for a long time. Cryptonite is the first altcoin to feature unmalleable transactions, in order to avoid any repeat of such undesirable events and allow the transaction ID's to be reliable. This is achieved by having the sender sign the txid and by ensuring the txid will always change when the contents of the transaction changes.

Important News

Please update to 14080303 or later. Semi critical. Fixes bug recently introduced that prevents peers from downloading sections of the compressed trie we call slices. In the near future we will be transferring pruned chains only, so we need nodes online with capability to serve for the transition. If your node is not externally reachable then don't worry about it.

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August 07, 2014, 10:51:51 AM
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Is there any WIN version for cuda?  Huh
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August 07, 2014, 12:37:09 PM
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Tried public code of cudaminer on Ubuntu 12.04 with CUDA 5.5 on EC2 g2.2xlarge. Still getting a hashrate in the range of 1400-1500KH/s. Waste of time. Most probably any hashrate above that is generated by unpublished cudaminer code.


Yes, you will be wasting time and money with that. No point. Those who gain are using private miners.  You get more XCN by buying from the exchange.

Edit: It is game over for all miners using public codes.  Too bad those who who have the knowledge to make a better miner will not be sharing.
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August 07, 2014, 12:52:50 PM
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anyone has a AMD minner??
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August 07, 2014, 02:17:16 PM
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... which means game over for the coin. All the coins of the world worth nothing if noone wants them.

yeah you got a point...
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August 07, 2014, 03:10:01 PM
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anyone has a AMD minner??

Same question, anyone has Miner for AMD?
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