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January 20, 2015, 11:25:01 AM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

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January 20, 2015, 11:35:03 AM
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You simple don't want my money, heh...? Well, I'll give it another try Wink



We need help from the community! So why not a little competition hehe

A Second Competition
What we need is
1) a better presentation on the Twitter account (winner submission will get 10,000 burst
2) a list of tweets about burst (selected winners will get 2,000 burst, where the maximum payout from us is 50,000 burst)

Competitors are allowed to submit how many suggestions they want, but only the onces picked will be paid. Proper English is not a prerequisite, the team will handle that (not me Wink )

How to participate
Please do not post your submissions in the thread, as that might be against the rules of bitcointalk. Instead:
1) email your BURST address, 2) your name on bitcointalk and 3) your suggestions. The email address is  burst@countermail.com
2) cope/paste the exact text from the email and PM them to me here at bitcointalk. If you do not both email and PM your answer will be out of competition.

Please note that a tweet and a presentation can be no longer than 150 characters!



Good luck, have fun - and please help BURST!

BURST Community PR team

Bump!

Also, sent you my suggestion to break the ice Smiley

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January 20, 2015, 11:51:27 AM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

Great news. i just updated. works fine.

Thanks.
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January 20, 2015, 11:52:59 AM
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  • setting "nxt.enableDebugAPI=true"
  • go to http://127.0.0.1:8125/test?requestTag=DEBUG and click clearUnconfirmedTransactions
  • deleted the burst_db folder and resync
  • w8 24h at least
  • check it again, if is not 100% empty about unconfirmed transactions, do it again.

pd: dont try to set another reward assignments before the 100% unconfirmed transactions are cleared.

Same problem here

I have tried to switch away from urays SG pool for ~2 weeks now, still 0 confirmations.. I have waited everything from a few hours to several days before trying again.

Any solutions to this or should we all just keep trying and hope it eventually works?

did you follow all those steps?, the first time i did it i was thinking that this will not work, because again and again i had lot of unconfirmed transactions, try to follow all those steps and w8 at least 24h before try again the clearUnconfirmedTransactions step if you still have some unconfirmed transactions.


Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

great news, im downloading it right now!


ty @Merick for your links Wink
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January 20, 2015, 12:42:18 PM
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Why is there never a simple download link, that would ALSO work from the command line?Huh?

Ing. Ronald Wiplinger (@ ELMIT)   Blog and pools: http://mininghere.com  PetaByte Asset ID: 14668748687827404894 Burst Store ID: BURST-ZWHE-HQ8D-GMQ7-6YYPT Tel.: (O) +886 (0)2--2623-3117, (M) +886 (0) 988--70-77-42, Skype: Ronald
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January 20, 2015, 12:48:42 PM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

Great! Added new wallet version to http://burstcoin.eu download section.

@Elmit: This link should work on the command line: http://burstcoin.eu/download/1-start-burst-wallet-(official)
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January 20, 2015, 01:05:51 PM
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1.2.1 shows the same error as 1.2.0 after entering IP and Secrete phrase in http://localhost:8125/admin.html#
to get the hallmark

HTTP ERROR: 404

Problem accessing /nxt. Reason:

    Not Found

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January 20, 2015, 01:08:35 PM
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How can my pool be added to the list? (Who do I need to bribe ;-)  )

http://mininghere.com:8001/

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January 20, 2015, 01:15:52 PM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

Great! Added new wallet version to http://burstcoin.eu download section.

@Elmit: This link should work on the command line: http://burstcoin.eu/download/1-start-burst-wallet-(official)

wget http://burstcoin.eu/download/1-start-burst-wallet-(official)
-bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('

;-( not exactly correct ;-(

but this seems to work:
wget http://burstcoin.eu/download/1-start-burst-wallet-\(official\)
mv 1-start-burst-wallet-\(official\) burst_1.2.1.zip
unzip burst_1.2.1.zip

;-)



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January 20, 2015, 02:11:22 PM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

can i reuse burst_db data or i need to resync from scratch???

currentrly i have burst 1.2.0 wallet

thanks!!!

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January 20, 2015, 02:12:49 PM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

can i reuse burst_db data or i need to resync from scratch???

currentrly i have burst 1.2.0 wallet

thanks!!!

You can reuse it

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January 20, 2015, 02:13:19 PM
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On a more serious note, I think a good approach would be to talk to storage manufacturers about accepting Burst Smiley

Seagate, WD and the like Smiley

this could be interesting...
but i want to know..

nobody is working to reach this???

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January 20, 2015, 02:24:49 PM
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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.

can i reuse burst_db data or i need to resync from scratch???

currentrly i have burst 1.2.0 wallet

thanks!!!

You can reuse it

thank you!!!

i back up burst_bd

and i go to install new release!!

have fun!!!


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January 20, 2015, 02:45:56 PM
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On a more serious note, I think a good approach would be to talk to storage manufacturers about accepting Burst Smiley

Seagate, WD and the like Smiley

this could be interesting...
but i want to know..

nobody is working to reach this???

Dont think this works because burst community is to small atm.
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January 20, 2015, 03:10:17 PM
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On a more serious note, I think a good approach would be to talk to storage manufacturers about accepting Burst Smiley

Seagate, WD and the like Smiley

this could be interesting...
but i want to know..

nobody is working to reach this???

Dont think this works because burst community is to small atm.

i just check marketcup position for burst..
it is at 79 rank...
and a capitalization of 178000$ i think it is too small!!!

and until it don't rise, i'm sure it cannot be user tu by any kind of stuff

 Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry

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Burst 1.2.1

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!TsgWkDyQ!lyJz_bEf29FyaC6DdRgqjM2NV8AkaSUC1gPtIWwHx08
sha256: feda672f8bc5eabb31e56ebf78dc26d43a3422d24de22de277e59fc72a20fd19

All users should update as soon as possible.

Fixed some AT bugs which could cause the blockchain to get stuck. Also changed a check during block generation which was causing some things to get skipped as duplicates when the thing they conflicted with wasn't passing validation. This should help with the problems some users have been having with reward assignments recently.
still alive for Burst?
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January 20, 2015, 04:24:10 PM
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BURST can be used in an auction site, or a e-shop … get your minds rolling.
Create an economy by linking it to services, mobile recharge, money remittance, goods.
Leverage between all BURST users and friends the contacts you have, spot opportunities and unite to seize them!

BURST is better than NXT in many aspects. Emphasise on them, BURST is hugely undervalued. distribution, contracts etc

It could soon trade around one , then moving to several k's !!
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January 20, 2015, 04:58:33 PM
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On a more serious note, I think a good approach would be to talk to storage manufacturers about accepting Burst Smiley

Seagate, WD and the like Smiley

this could be interesting...
but i want to know..

nobody is working to reach this???

We in the PR core team are already working on this, have already sent letters to the manufacturers, etc.



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January 20, 2015, 06:04:21 PM
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On a more serious note, I think a good approach would be to talk to storage manufacturers about accepting Burst Smiley

Seagate, WD and the like Smiley

this could be interesting...
but i want to know..

nobody is working to reach this???

We in the PR core team are already working on this, have already sent letters to the manufacturers, etc.

That is very nice. We must work on promotion, not only to get merchants but to expand the userbase as well as people mentioned already.
Burst is undervalued and underappreciated, it is upon us to set the record straight.

Also, great work on new pool code crowetic :thumbsup:

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January 20, 2015, 06:11:49 PM
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On a more serious note, I think a good approach would be to talk to storage manufacturers about accepting Burst Smiley

Seagate, WD and the like Smiley

this could be interesting...
but i want to know..

nobody is working to reach this???

We in the PR core team are already working on this, have already sent letters to the manufacturers, etc.

That is very nice. We must work on promotion, not only to get merchants but to expand the userbase as well as people mentioned already.
Burst is undervalued and underappreciated, it is upon us to set the record straight.

Also, great work on new pool code crowetic :thumbsup:


Thank you, but it wasn't me who developed it. It was catbref! I take no responsibility aside from managing the whole thing. That's basically my role in all of this, I'm a financier, manager. I just facilitate the projects, and do the mining. Smiley



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