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July 28, 2014, 03:24:44 AM
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just install a linux vm you lazy fuckers
serious miner will be using big instances anyway- from a relaunch 2x as much. you cannot escape that

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July 28, 2014, 03:26:53 AM
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This coin is dead, the authors use linux pre-mine.

It won't die.However It's a bad start and those few ppl who can mine will dump the hell out of it.

I hope someone can fork the code and make a proper launch for our win "noobs".

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July 28, 2014, 03:28:59 AM
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Got this working on Trusty by installing Bitcoin. It takes care of most if not all the dependencies.
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July 28, 2014, 03:29:09 AM
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There's no Makefile for LMDB in the github source, so it can't be built on any system that can't use the prebuilt .so in the repo (which is a binary, and built binaries really shouldn't be in there....)
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July 28, 2014, 03:31:00 AM
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can't get anything with my 8-core Xeon E5 running Ubuntu in last hour. How are you guys performing ?  Smiley
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July 28, 2014, 03:31:15 AM
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Anyone looking for Linux addnodes, here are some:

"addr" : "101.161.82.82:16991",
"addr" : "54.183.6.200:54875",
"addr" : "54.86.182.245:33145",
"addr" : "98.143.148.155:56400",
"addr" : "98.213.214.114:49676",
"addr" : "54.210.133.208:48567",
"addr" : "98.143.148.159:59786",
"addr" : "98.143.148.160:44907",
"addr" : "54.210.162.119:36181",
"addr" : "54.210.162.121:34191",
"addr" : "54.86.215.63:34684",
"addr" : "54.210.162.149:57404",
"addr" : "54.178.130.72:38508",
"addr" : "54.178.130.53:59543",
"addr" : "54.178.130.54:41429",
"addr" : "54.178.130.34:45857",
"addr" : "54.92.122.176:54692",
"addr" : "54.92.50.31:52864",
"addr" : "54.92.125.113:53743",
"addr" : "54.92.119.79:56161",
"addr" : "54.178.130.84:50598",
"addr" : "54.178.129.32:41261",
"addr" : "54.178.130.92:50105",
"addr" : "54.178.130.43:45357",
"addr" : "54.94.167.253:43877",
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"addr" : "54.191.238.253:57170",
"addr" : "54.178.131.196:55663",
"addr" : "54.178.131.188:35560",
"addr" : "98.143.148.157:8253",
"addr" : "83.212.103.135:8253",
"addr" : "83.212.123.214:48082",
"addr" : "62.210.141.204:46424",
"addr" : "85.24.195.109:32418",
"addr" : "148.251.14.212:8253",
"addr" : "37.187.229.14:37850",
"addr" : "83.212.115.10:51173",
"addr" : "54.191.210.122:48682",
"addr" : "37.187.229.12:8253",
"addr" : "54.178.131.194:60417",
"addr" : "54.191.73.219:53106",
"addr" : "54.191.214.249:34451",
"addr" : "54.77.84.233:46139",
"addr" : "54.191.28.134:42735",
"addr" : "54.77.85.241:48256",
"addr" : "54.191.224.173:38111",
"addr" : "54.191.52.57:38348",
"addr" : "54.94.168.38:40360",
"addr" : "54.94.168.50:50561",
"addr" : "54.94.168.25:40881",
"addr" : "54.94.168.23:39880",
"addr" : "54.94.168.32:55106",
"addr" : "54.94.168.47:38735",
"addr" : "54.94.168.37:40637",
"addr" : "54.94.168.24:33885",
"addr" : "54.94.163.250:48520",
"addr" : "54.94.168.51:58583",
"addr" : "54.94.167.252:42529",
"addr" : "54.94.168.60:60437",
"addr" : "54.94.168.41:40381",
"addr" : "54.94.168.43:49443",
"addr" : "54.191.94.126:37894",
"addr" : "84.238.225.19:41693",
"addr" : "54.185.20.159:51910",
"addr" : "54.191.73.191:55676",
"addr" : "161.53.119.99:51464",
"addr" : "54.191.65.24:41791",
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"addr" : "54.210.139.37:46018",
"addr" : "54.187.235.55:59160",
"addr" : "54.210.166.179:52084",
"addr" : "54.210.139.102:33437",
"addr" : "54.210.137.114:56992",
"addr" : "54.210.139.186:37093",
"addr" : "24.130.14.88:8253",
"addr" : "118.209.208.136:45839",
"addr" : "54.191.145.35:43278",
"addr" : "54.187.152.36:54798",
"addr" : "24.110.218.202:59839"

If you're trying to connect to full nodes to get synced up, go for the :8253 ones:
        "addr" : "98.143.148.157:8253",
        "addr" : "83.212.103.135:8253",
        "addr" : "148.251.14.212:8253",
        "addr" : "37.187.229.12:8253",
        "addr" : "24.130.14.88:8253",
        "addr" : "98.143.148.155:8253",
        "addr" : "98.213.214.114:8253",
        "addr" : "54.183.6.200:8253",
        "addr" : "83.212.102.239:8253",
        "addr" : "144.76.39.243:8253",
        "addr" : "37.187.229.14:8253",
        "addr" : "79.135.200.61:8253",
        "addr" : "83.212.103.45:8253",
        "addr" : "183.38.5.69:8253",

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July 28, 2014, 03:32:11 AM
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Fixed windows binary will be available very soon.

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July 28, 2014, 03:36:06 AM
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No binaries, no build instructions, no pools. I wonder when there will be block explorer to see where these first blocks are going
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July 28, 2014, 03:36:58 AM
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Fixed windows binary will be available very soon.


wait for this now!

thanks
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July 28, 2014, 03:42:09 AM
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Code:
ERROR: CheckProofOfWork() : hash doesn't match nBits
ERROR: AcceptBlockHeader() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlockHeader() : AcceptBlockHeader FAILED

Anyone know why this happens?

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July 28, 2014, 03:43:20 AM
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Fixed windows binary will be available very soon.
It's late now, need  to relauch , or will be unfair to willows user.

 Don't be so struggle to make it live ,dev, or this coin will  die.



only relauch with a fair start ,can save this coin.

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July 28, 2014, 03:43:42 AM
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Code:
ERROR: CheckProofOfWork() : hash doesn't match nBits
ERROR: AcceptBlockHeader() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlockHeader() : AcceptBlockHeader FAILED

Anyone know why this happens?

Are you on Linux? If so, you're client is likely rejecting blocks sent to it by rogue Windows nodes with the incorrect difficulty calculation, which @catia in IRC pointed out to be an issue in the way libgmp handles long precision on different platforms.

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July 28, 2014, 03:45:32 AM
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Code:
ERROR: CheckProofOfWork() : hash doesn't match nBits
ERROR: AcceptBlockHeader() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlockHeader() : AcceptBlockHeader FAILED

Anyone know why this happens?

Are you on Linux? If so, you're client is likely rejecting blocks sent to it by rogue Windows nodes with the incorrect difficulty calculation, which @catia in IRC pointed out to be an issue in the way libgmp handles long precision on different platforms.

Yes, thanks.

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July 28, 2014, 03:45:37 AM
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No binaries, no build instructions, no pools. I wonder when there will be block explorer to see where these first blocks are going
Binaries are available, working Windows binaries will be back up soon. The build process is virtually the same as Bitcoin, but you also need libgmp-dev. Pools will hopefully be available within a few weeks or months, be we're using a new PoW algorithm, so it will take time. A block explorer is possible but it will also take some time since many of the underlying processes of Cryptonite are different from all other Bitcoin-based coins. We do have one exchange interested in adding XCN to their list of traded coins so hopefully we'll get that set up soon.

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July 28, 2014, 03:57:00 AM
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How many coins in one block?
currently 243+ coins per block.

we're at block 700 now, this mean 170,000 coin mined already.
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July 28, 2014, 03:59:31 AM
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Ok we should have working Windows binaries now.

cryptonited-qt:
http://gpile.it/mbc/win64_cryptonite-qt_14072723.exe

cryptonited:
http://gpile.it/mbc/win64_cryptonited_14072723.exe

EDIT: you will probably need to delete the cryptonite folder inside of ~/AppData/Raoming/

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July 28, 2014, 04:00:51 AM
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How many coins in one block?
currently 243+ coins per block.

we're at block 700 now, this mean 170,000 coin mined already.

This is BS launch. REDO.

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July 28, 2014, 04:02:43 AM
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I can't get a transaction from block 1 by the hash.
Can anybody check it?
What's wrong?

Code:
getblockhash 1
0000007200edbbd3f3500fb6444e5a85ef6f5a10cced726e8d6c8b0b198dd181

getblock 0000007200edbbd3f3500fb6444e5a85ef6f5a10cced726e8d6c8b0b198dd181
{
"tx" : [
"1e08f4eff42623867148e9e80f30345c5c856840535baf9eb6c44ac6c89c7700"
]
}

gettransaction 1e08f4eff42623867148e9e80f30345c5c856840535baf9eb6c44ac6c89c7700
Invalid or non-wallet transaction id (code -5)

getrawtransaction 1e08f4eff42623867148e9e80f30345c5c856840535baf9eb6c44ac6c89c7700
No information available about transaction (code -5)

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July 28, 2014, 04:15:31 AM
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Why was the coin not relaunched? Didn't want to loose that premine did ya DEV.  Going on the shit coin list.

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It sounded good but has quickly gone down the shitter.
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