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July 30, 2014, 06:56:24 AM
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where  is the dev? are you chinese?
No we are not Chinese, we only speak English. The currency code ends with CN because the C and the N in CryptoNite are the first letters of each syllable, and it starts with X because that's the ISO standard for global currencies. I'm not sure if the currency code had anything to do with why two Chinese exchanges have listed XCN, but I highly doubt it.

Are you an Indian??
"we only speak English"
He is a Chinese who only speak English

Or is a Kryptonian that only speaks English.
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July 30, 2014, 06:57:47 AM
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where  is the dev? are you chinese?
No we are not Chinese, we only speak English. The currency code ends with CN because the C and the N in CryptoNite are the first letters of each syllable, and it starts with X because that's the ISO standard for global currencies. I'm not sure if the currency code had anything to do with why two Chinese exchanges have listed XCN, but I highly doubt it.
Gotta love BCT people, seriously.

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July 30, 2014, 07:21:11 AM
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Dev, what  about  https://bittrex.com/ ?

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Dev, what  about  https://bittrex.com/ ?

i dont even know that as an exchange lol


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July 30, 2014, 08:50:32 AM
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Diff too high, we need a pool now.

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July 30, 2014, 08:57:28 AM
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官方下的minerd 有人SOLO到块了吗?

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July 30, 2014, 09:13:22 AM
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Dev, what  about  https://bittrex.com/ ?
We don't have control over any exchange, all we can do is ask them. If you really want them to add XCN to their exchange then try contacting them yourself. If they have enough people asking for it then they might add it.

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July 30, 2014, 10:12:14 AM
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Very simple pool software has been developed for anyone wanting to start a pool.

https://github.com/MiniblockchainProject/SimplePool

Requires the latest minerd and wallet code. Pool has a hard limit of about 8000 core connection in current implementation, corresponding to 16k getwork request/second. Updates to minerd would change this 8000 machine connections. Pool just writes share info out to a log file. Parsing thing for payments is up to you. The hard part of that is checking for orphans. Tested insofar that shares are being generated and checked inside of wallet. Have not managed to mine a block with it yet.
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July 30, 2014, 10:32:21 AM
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Very simple pool software has been developed for anyone wanting to start a pool.

https://github.com/MiniblockchainProject/SimplePool

Requires the latest minerd and wallet code. Pool has a hard limit of about 8000 core connection in current implementation, corresponding to 16k getwork request/second. Updates to minerd would change this 8000 machine connections. Pool just writes share info out to a log file. Parsing thing for payments is up to you. The hard part of that is checking for orphans. Tested insofar that shares are being generated and checked inside of wallet. Have not managed to mine a block with it yet.

Are these user,password,port values from cryptonite.conf ? http://cryptoniterpc:pass@localhost:8252

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Are these user,password,port values from cryptonite.conf ? http://cryptoniterpc:pass@localhost:8252
Yes I believe so.

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July 30, 2014, 10:50:55 AM
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Dev, what  about  https://bittrex.com/ ?

i dont even know that as an exchange lol
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Dev, what  about  https://bittrex.com/ ?
We don't have control over any exchange, all we can do is ask them. If you really want them to add XCN to their exchange then try contacting them yourself. If they have enough people asking for it then they might add it.
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July 30, 2014, 11:55:03 AM
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Hey guys,

i'm working on a pool module in python, if anyone can tell me how this:

Code:
mpz_t bns[7];

    //Take care of zeros and load gmp
    for(int i=0; i < 7; i++){
if(hash[i]==0)
    hash[i] = 1;
mpz_init(bns[i]);
mpz_set_uint512(bns[i],hash[i]);
    }
 
    mpz_t product;
    mpz_init(product);
    mpz_set_ui(product,1);
    for(int i=0; i < 7; i++){
mpz_mul(product,product,bns[i]);
    }

    int bytes = mpz_sizeinbase(product, 256);
    char *data = (char*)malloc(bytes);
    mpz_export(data, NULL, -1, 1, 0, 0, product);

    //Free the memory
    for(int i=0; i < 7; i++){
mpz_clear(bns[i]);
    }
    mpz_clear(product);


Can be translated to normal "C" instead of "c++" i can set it up i a few mins

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I'm sure any exchange that decides to list XCN will contact us. So far we haven't actually contacted any exchanges, they have contacted us. We will reach out to more exchanges and do more marketing when Cryptonite is a bit more mature. What we could use more than another exchange right now, is a good pool and a blockchain explorer.

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Chinese discussion forum:http://www.btclt.cn/group-857-1.html
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July 30, 2014, 12:59:57 PM
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I can't connect.

I tried out the variations of all nodes I've found at this thread, including

Code:
addnode=54.210.111.104
addnode=54.91.54.222
addnode=54.237.164.185
addnode=122.192.189.208
addnode=83.212.102.224
addnode=54.81.74.247
addnode=54.234.32.117
addnode=54.204.209.48
addnode=183.93.235.186
addnode=101.161.82.82:16991
addnode=54.183.6.200:54875
addnode=54.86.182.245:33145
addnode=98.143.148.155:56400
addnode=98.213.214.114:49676
addnode=54.210.133.208:48567
addnode=98.143.148.159:59786
addnode=98.143.148.160:44907
addnode=54.210.162.119:36181
addnode=54.210.162.121:34191
addnode=54.86.215.63:34684
addnode=54.210.162.149:57404
addnode=54.178.130.72:38508
addnode=54.178.130.53:59543
addnode=54.178.130.54:41429
addnode=54.178.130.34:45857
addnode=54.92.122.176:54692
addnode=54.92.50.31:52864
addnode=54.92.125.113:53743
addnode=54.92.119.79:56161
addnode=54.178.130.84:50598
addnode=54.178.129.32:41261
addnode=54.178.130.92:50105
addnode=54.178.130.43:45357
addnode=54.94.167.253:43877
addnode=54.94.168.3:46196
addnode=54.94.167.245:53795
addnode=54.77.29.127:51697
addnode=54.77.75.60:39916
addnode=54.76.247.204:48792
addnode=54.77.83.158:38377
addnode=54.77.83.112:38735
addnode=54.77.83.54:44478
addnode=54.77.76.91:54746
addnode=54.77.2.78:57749
addnode=54.77.83.51:58805
addnode=54.77.1.253:58953
addnode=54.77.61.97:53143
addnode=54.77.68.120:59549
addnode=54.77.70.111:41230
addnode=54.77.68.204:51074
addnode=54.77.69.235:54575
addnode=54.191.238.251:44037
addnode=54.191.239.47:48571
addnode=54.77.63.137:34329
addnode=54.191.239.58:39623
addnode=54.187.179.75:38807
addnode=54.191.239.54:46147
addnode=54.191.239.27:38041
addnode=54.191.238.254:34467
addnode=54.191.238.252:57977
addnode=54.191.238.255:38455
addnode=54.191.238.248:35483
addnode=54.191.239.15:41029
addnode=54.191.238.240:50296
addnode=54.191.239.21:58149
addnode=54.191.239.3:52823
addnode=54.191.239.49:35480
addnode=54.191.239.6:36833
addnode=54.191.238.242:44995
addnode=54.94.152.205:56142
addnode=54.94.165.222:34048
addnode=54.94.168.20:40199
addnode=54.191.238.253:57170
addnode=54.178.131.196:55663
addnode=54.178.131.188:35560
addnode=98.143.148.157:8253
addnode=83.212.103.135:8253
addnode=83.212.123.214:48082
addnode=62.210.141.204:46424
addnode=85.24.195.109:32418
addnode=148.251.14.212:8253
addnode=37.187.229.14:37850
addnode=83.212.115.10:51173
addnode=54.191.210.122:48682
addnode=37.187.229.12:8253
addnode=54.178.131.194:60417
addnode=54.191.73.219:53106
addnode=54.191.214.249:34451
addnode=54.77.84.233:46139
addnode=54.191.28.134:42735
addnode=54.77.85.241:48256
addnode=54.191.224.173:38111
addnode=54.191.52.57:38348
addnode=54.94.168.38:40360
addnode=54.94.168.50:50561
addnode=54.94.168.25:40881
addnode=54.94.168.23:39880
addnode=54.94.168.32:55106
addnode=54.94.168.47:38735
addnode=54.94.168.37:40637
addnode=54.94.168.24:33885
addnode=54.94.163.250:48520
addnode=54.94.168.51:58583
addnode=54.94.167.252:42529
addnode=54.94.168.60:60437
addnode=54.94.168.41:40381
addnode=54.94.168.43:49443
addnode=54.191.94.126:37894
addnode=84.238.225.19:41693
addnode=54.185.20.159:51910
addnode=54.191.73.191:55676
addnode=161.53.119.99:51464
addnode=54.191.65.24:41791
addnode=54.85.60.167:38219
addnode=54.191.67.142:38514
addnode=54.210.139.37:46018
addnode=54.187.235.55:59160
addnode=54.210.166.179:52084
addnode=54.210.139.102:33437
addnode=54.210.137.114:56992
addnode=54.210.139.186:37093
addnode=24.130.14.88:8253
addnode=118.209.208.136:45839
addnode=54.191.145.35:43278
addnode=54.187.152.36:54798
addnode=24.110.218.202:59839

but I get this famous output all the time:

Code:
activeHeight: -1, headersHeight: -1
indexSize: 1, orphansSize: 1
askedSize: 0, missingSize: 0
validSize: 0
activeHeight: -1, headersHeight: -1
indexSize: 1, orphansSize: 0
askedSize: 0, missingSize: 0
validSize: 1
OS 1 NS 1
Finalize Node
Finalize Node
Finalize Node
Finalize Node
Finalize Node
Finalize Node

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Hey guys,

i'm working on a pool module in python, if anyone can tell me how this:

Code:
mpz_t bns[7];

    //Take care of zeros and load gmp
    for(int i=0; i < 7; i++){
if(hash[i]==0)
    hash[i] = 1;
mpz_init(bns[i]);
mpz_set_uint512(bns[i],hash[i]);
    }
 
    mpz_t product;
    mpz_init(product);
    mpz_set_ui(product,1);
    for(int i=0; i < 7; i++){
mpz_mul(product,product,bns[i]);
    }

    int bytes = mpz_sizeinbase(product, 256);
    char *data = (char*)malloc(bytes);
    mpz_export(data, NULL, -1, 1, 0, 0, product);

    //Free the memory
    for(int i=0; i < 7; i++){
mpz_clear(bns[i]);
    }
    mpz_clear(product);


Can be translated to normal "C" instead of "c++" i can set it up i a few mins

All of that IS normal C. Learn to GMP. Tongue

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but I get this famous output all the time:
Running on Windows or Linux? I just updated the links on the download page, try using the latest binary and see if that helps.

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but I get this famous output all the time:
Running on Windows or Linux? I just updated the links on the download page, try using the latest binary and see if that helps.

Linux. I'm just trying out binaries but have incompatible db.
Would also really prefer to compile myself because of the architecture optimisation...
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but I get this famous output all the time:
Running on Windows or Linux? I just updated the links on the download page, try using the latest binary and see if that helps.

Linux. I'm just trying out binaries but have incompatible db.
Would also really prefer to compile myself because of the architecture optimisation...
Are you getting any connections to peers? Check your firewall settings if you're not. You might also be getting banned for some reason, I'm not really sure what your issue is, you might have to wait for catia to return. Also check your debug.log file and see if it reveals anything more about the nature of the problem.

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