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March 01, 2015, 02:40:19 PM
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It seems that ATcrowdfunding  is a ATlottery!

If you go to the page http://localhost:8125/atlotteries.html
You will find as lottery cases all crowdfunding cases.

Shouldn't it be a different transaction type?

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March 01, 2015, 02:41:47 PM
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My AT crowdfunding test was not funded.

How can I see that the pledges have been returned?
AT misses the account address, while it has Creator: BURST-X2MY-DV84-GB2J-HCXZE

The AT refunded correctly the participants.
Code:
{
    "requestProcessingTime": 38,
    "transactions": [
        {
            "fullHash": "b23bb3b16b62726c281be597bd8652bcf8d2aadb0c648849390901dd57c4b9c5",
            "confirmations": 1207,
            "amountNQT": "9200000000",
            "transaction": "7814416518123568050",
            "ecBlockHeight": 0,
            "block": "6429176542931182091",
            "recipientRS": "BURST-5JCJ-RDFX-Q92E-HX48E",
            "type": 22,
            "feeNQT": "0",
            "recipient": "17733026589904585040",
            "version": 1,
            "timestamp": 17198550,
            "sender": "575775830774922757",
            "ecBlockId": "0",
            "height": 71017,
            "subtype": 1,
            "senderPublicKey": "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "deadline": 1440,
            "blockTimestamp": 17198550,
            "senderRS": "BURST-JHJ7-475T-9D3R-2KEZH"
        },
        {
            "fullHash": "496df22ebc4bf2e952569eddffef08a51e877b0ba30cbff580b78ae4d23c6c7f",
            "confirmations": 1207,
            "amountNQT": "99300000000",
            "transaction": "16857619626814762313",
            "ecBlockHeight": 0,
            "block": "6429176542931182091",
            "recipientRS": "BURST-3U6P-VPFD-NPZ6-6QE2Z",
            "type": 22,
            "feeNQT": "0",
            "recipient": "5729026078445463701",
            "version": 1,
            "timestamp": 17198550,
            "sender": "575775830774922757",
            "ecBlockId": "0",
            "height": 71017,
            "subtype": 1,
            "senderPublicKey": "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "deadline": 1440,
            "blockTimestamp": 17198550,
            "senderRS": "BURST-JHJ7-475T-9D3R-2KEZH"
        },
        {
            "fullHash": "131f096053ffa680d440ba0880e9dcc90bafd32afcaae4f6234169038d93de06",
            "confirmations": 1207,
            "amountNQT": "99300000000",
            "transaction": "9270377616547323667",
            "ecBlockHeight": 0,
            "block": "6429176542931182091",
            "recipientRS": "BURST-XU42-33T9-M89B-7TYQG",
            "type": 22,
            "feeNQT": "0",
            "recipient": "6294863534484285504",
            "version": 1,
            "timestamp": 17198550,
            "sender": "575775830774922757",
            "ecBlockId": "0",
            "height": 71017,
            "subtype": 1,
            "senderPublicKey": "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "deadline": 1440,
            "blockTimestamp": 17198550,
            "senderRS": "BURST-JHJ7-475T-9D3R-2KEZH"
        },


Your CFs account id is: BURST-JHJ7-475T-9D3R-2KEZH or 575775830774922757


How did you find that?
What is transaction type 22 ?

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March 01, 2015, 02:55:59 PM
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I made a test: Web wallet:

http://home.elmit.biz:8125

It works also on the mobile phone.

Good work, once you added the set reward assignment into main page, then this web wallet should be completed.

Huh??
http://home.elmit.biz:8125/index.html
http://home.elmit.biz:8125/rewardassignment.html
http://home.elmit.biz:8125/escrow.html
http://home.elmit.biz:8125/alias.html
http://home.elmit.biz:8125/admin.html

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March 01, 2015, 03:38:45 PM
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To the developer team:

The wallet needs some corrections:

1. Transactions / Transactions
The dropdown menu [All Transactions] misses some types, like Subscriptions, AT(crowdfunding), ... possible also Escrow

2. Transactions/Subscriptions
The listed items misses a tab between Amount and Frequency, therefore Next payment is underneath Frequency

3. Create Subscription
Would be nice to add a columns for days, hours, minutes and seconds instead just Subscription frequency(seconds)

4. page admin.html does not link to a valid page when submitting

5. Download of next new wallet version as NXT has including drop to verify would be nice

6. News is missing (as NXT has)

7. Minimize menu would be nice too (as NXT has)

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March 01, 2015, 03:59:52 PM
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Wow. someone transferd 100 Mio from poloniex to his account:

1    BURST-SCM6-ARG7-4E6B-F6BPZ    15.97 %    100,000,000.00 Burst (190.00000000 BTC)

There must be somone heavy invested :-)



wowo!!!
i have lost this heavy load transaction!!!

how it is happening???

any news??

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March 01, 2015, 04:03:21 PM
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Hi,

you can now download the whole blockchain at http://burstcoin.eu/download/15-burst-blockchain

I will update the blockchain once a month.

who is managing this feature?
i think it is useful,
to append day number to burst_ds_2015_03_day

you don't think so?

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March 01, 2015, 04:39:54 PM
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Help needed.

So I want my 2nd machine to connect to my first machine.

Ip of 1st machine is 192.168.0.3 and have the following configuration. yet am not getting any connection yet was working fine in the past. Any idea what I need to change. Think ports incorrect or am doing something wrong

{
   "Mode" : "pool",

   "Server" : "192.168.0.3",
   "Port": 8125,

   "UpdaterAddr" : "192.168.0.3",
   "UpdaterPort": 8125,

   "EnableProxy": true,
   "ProxyPort": 8126,

   "Paths":["C:\\plots"],
   "CacheSize" : 200000,

   "ShowMsg" : false,
   "ShowUpdates" : false,
   "Debug": false,

   "UseSorting" : true,
   "SendBestOnly": true,
   "TargetDeadline": 3888000,

   "UseFastRcv" : false,
   "SendInterval": 200,
   "UpdateInterval": 2000,

   "UseLog" : true,
   "SkipBadPlots" : false
}
  "Port": 8126,
   "UpdaterPort": 8126,
   "EnableProxy": false,

F.A.O Blago

Seems to be that you have a problem on new miner.
....
I have the same configuration file yet when using the new version on both systems it does not want to work. ? Any idea on how to resolve and fix??



I have tried as instructed yet does not work tried to set ports different as server was on 8125 and changed to do as you said yet does not work what so ever.

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March 01, 2015, 04:47:11 PM
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Problem is the I have only 6 ~ hrs to set up Sad

Do you mean that your plotted files will be deleted after 6 hours?

Yes, they will shutdown, and all files will be deleted forever. I need to create my own image in 6hrs.

Lets break this down.

You have access to 1000+ Amazon C3 instances, each one having these specs
32vCPU   60GB RAM   2 x 320 GB SSD

But you only have this massive farm 6hrs each day.

That's roughly 640TB worth of mining power coming on for 6hrs each day.

Your efforts are nothing but bad for the Burst Network.  You want to move 640TB worth of data within 6rs.... 640TB in  6hrs  Cheesy.  1000+ instances each one have 2x 320GB SSD drives.  That's 640TB  you need to store the plots some place and then upload them to your instances each day.

I'm pretty sure this is not possible, and how does someone get access to that type of computing power for 6hrs each day.  You could make this work on a smaller scale, but I have no desire to see large scale miners only pop on for 6hrs each day.  Good-luck

if the machines have ssd storage simply add a startup script with a random 64 bit nonce number to start the plots for the machine with.
with only 1000+ instances overlaps should be no real issue.
plot on each startup 40 16 gb files as background job and connect all to a own wallet server or to multiple wallets.
using a pool is almost impossible due to the load you generate. so i would go with 100 nodes onto one dedicated wallet at the beginning.
increasing or decreasing this number can be done load dependant. the tricky part is to configure which machine contacts which wallet.
you may run any scm to distribute the machines config files.
each time a machine boots it loads its mining config from the headrevision and starts to plot and to mine.
but this requires a bit of development and testing.
also have in mind that the wallet servers should stay always on to be always in sync.

plotting should run with at least about 20-30k nonces/minute. this means your drives are filled up after roughly two hours.
put the plotting process into nice in a own screen.
after the plotting is done you may mine any cpu coin on the almost idling cpu cores ;-)

tell me how it works. its really an interesting approach  Cool


Can anyone help me with making this shit as described in the up? Cheesy
And Can I mine burst to one wallet from many PC's?
If anyone can help, please send PM to me.
I have a reward: 20 VPS'es with 32cpu cores for 6 hrs for your help  Wink
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March 01, 2015, 05:01:51 PM
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I have some questions about ATcrowdfunding:

1) What if I make cf, someone fund it but not complete? If it's not fully funded then bursts coming back to funders or stays there and funding will continue?

2) What if is fully funded and the time is over?

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March 01, 2015, 05:04:10 PM
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I have some questions about ATcrowdfunding:

1) What if I make cf, someone fund it but not complete? If it's not fully funded then bursts coming back to funders or stays there and funding will continue?

2) What if is fully funded and the time is over?

1. the coins goes back to the funders

2. you get the coins.
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March 01, 2015, 05:07:17 PM
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Now at 43% funded. I still need your help!



If you want how to install the crowdfund extension, loot at burstcoin.info Guides.
thx

Update and News:
www.burstcoin.de

New Feature: I added the links from elimts webwallet in the main page., so the normal useres must not download and install a local wallet

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Help me to keep up the page and enhance the information for the german community.

257k to go in the CF. Please do some donations!!!! This is very much work and this will bring us and the price up. So please help to make this a success!

How to donate? goto http://home.elmit.biz:8125/atcrowdfund.html and pledge for my project.
You can also support me by sending direct to my Burst Account: BURST-AJ63-3W8L-FGBT-2ALZE

Thanks!!!!


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Can you add the AT crowfunding html and the lottery?Cheesy

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Don't worry, Byte Enterprises is releasing a web wallet soon. Wink




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March 01, 2015, 06:43:26 PM
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it works already  http://home.elmit.biz:8125/atcrowdfund.html also lottery
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@Elmit, the amount of posts you make in this thread. How did u miss burst.ninja announcement? How did u miss the lottery update to remove the crowdfunds? How can anyone trust you, look on burstforum. He asked how many total Burst there were. Did he ever read the OP? (This was back when the OP contained that info).

I suugest nobody use his web wallet. He has been selling cloud mining shares, and has given no one any proof of the existence of his drives.

He is charging $80/tb, and just taking advantage of the idiots, and those who don't understand the AE(do't think he does, cause he claims the price was correct at issuance, well mate, there is the thing called changing the price. It's not so hard).

His pool is stock pool, and he seems to think that someone would want to mine there, just because he is on a linux server? He goes around spreading lies about burst.ninja being on a windows server, and then makes the conclusion that therefore our pool must be crap(we are not on windows at all).

He has also made about 50% of posts in the last 10+ pages in this thread. Typical scammer/ idiot behaviour. Everyone beware!!! Also, look at his DGS listings, it's all those "Well make your website have better seo" but not saying that when google sees what you're doing they will just blacklist you.

He has 2 forum accounts....is that normal?

Sorry for being mean, but guys like these can wreck coins single handedly.

Bottom line: Don't have anything to do with this guy!! I swear koko's solarfarm is a 100x better to invest in. Don't be surprised if one day the html on elmit's wallet changes and u suddenly lose all your burst(although going by his dev skills it'll probably be months before he figures out how to change the code)
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March 01, 2015, 07:37:42 PM
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Wow. someone transferd 100 Mio from poloniex to his account:

1    BURST-SCM6-ARG7-4E6B-F6BPZ    15.97 %    100,000,000.00 Burst (190.00000000 BTC)

There must be somone heavy invested :-)



wowo!!!
i have lost this heavy load transaction!!!

how it is happening???

any news??
today someone mentioned this transaction in the polo trollbox asking if someone knows if this was a legit cold wallet transfer.
he also mentioned there were 45m in the hot wallet while there were 54m offered to sell.
there was no answer from official side.
all i could see was that the hot wallet balance decreased about 4m burst shortly after.
hope there was no hack involved.

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March 01, 2015, 07:40:52 PM
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Changing dns stuff on burstcoin.info, may be a little downtime.
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March 01, 2015, 11:19:57 PM
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Hi all,

I have been solo mining for a few months now and have saved up a good amount of BURST. Now that I have my stack, I am considering leasing my hard disk space in monthly contracts and would like to feel out demand for the service.

I have briefly read about the Petabyte asset offering a similar service for something like $80/TB. I am not sure if this is for the lifetime of the drives or any other details since I have not been on the asset's page in the marketplace yet.

As an alternative, I would like to offer my disk space at $10/TB per month, payable via Bitcoin (also considering pegging it to a BTC amount). (Sorry, this would not be on the BURST asset exchange). Monthly payouts seem to be the easiest to deal with at the moment.

I currently have around 90TB available, mining 24/7 (for the most part, brief restarts and maintenance periods are inevitable), on a BURST-dedicated PC. 100 TB total will be available soon.

So, would anyone out there be interested in such a service? I would provide proof that the drives exist and that they are mining. A dedicated BURST address would be created for anyone to track the mining performance.

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Hi all,

I have been solo mining for a few months now and have saved up a good amount of BURST. Now that I have my stack, I am considering leasing my hard disk space in monthly contracts and would like to feel out demand for the service.

I have briefly read about the Petabyte asset offering a similar service for something like $80/TB. I am not sure if this is for the lifetime of the drives or any other details since I have not been on the asset's page in the marketplace yet.

As an alternative, I would like to offer my disk space at $10/TB per month, payable via Bitcoin (also considering pegging it to a BTC amount). (Sorry, this would not be on the BURST asset exchange). Monthly payouts seem to be the easiest to deal with at the moment.

I currently have around 90TB available, mining 24/7 (for the most part, brief restarts and maintenance periods are inevitable), on a BURST-dedicated PC. 100 TB total will be available soon.

So, would anyone out there be interested in such a service? I would provide proof that the drives exist and that they are mining. A dedicated BURST address would be created for anyone to track the mining performance.



great, but $10/ month is a lot. Like, heaps. Sorry, but no buyers at that price.
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March 01, 2015, 11:43:49 PM
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Hi all,

I have been solo mining for a few months now and have saved up a good amount of BURST. Now that I have my stack, I am considering leasing my hard disk space in monthly contracts and would like to feel out demand for the service.

I have briefly read about the Petabyte asset offering a similar service for something like $80/TB. I am not sure if this is for the lifetime of the drives or any other details since I have not been on the asset's page in the marketplace yet.

As an alternative, I would like to offer my disk space at $10/TB per month, payable via Bitcoin (also considering pegging it to a BTC amount). (Sorry, this would not be on the BURST asset exchange). Monthly payouts seem to be the easiest to deal with at the moment.

I currently have around 90TB available, mining 24/7 (for the most part, brief restarts and maintenance periods are inevitable), on a BURST-dedicated PC. 100 TB total will be available soon.

So, would anyone out there be interested in such a service? I would provide proof that the drives exist and that they are mining. A dedicated BURST address would be created for anyone to track the mining performance.


if you trust in bursts future you would use that space and mine on your own  Tongue

i stay in contact with people having access to huge storages but we didn'nt manage to put the right numbers into excel to offer a leasing service.
each calculation results in mining on our own is much more profitable than renting anything out.

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