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February 13, 2015, 04:28:52 PM
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Does anyone know how to make Blagos miner 'error out' faster on fast blocks? When a fastblock happens and if the previous mine hasn't completed, the miner will just sit there anywhere from 0-30 seconds playing with itself before it realizes it should move on. I've been watching this happen like clockwork over the past week or so, precious mine time is lost on the new block. If there are two fast blocks in a row, it may be even skip the middle one completely.

This can't be fixed from the user end?

Did not observe such problems. You can pm to me screenshot and log file when this happens?

Not sure how to take pictures of this. Sometimes the miner will just 'stop' mining when a new block happens, occasionally it will start immediately on the new block, but usually it'll just sit there for a little bit. Sometimes it'll spit out some 'fast block or corrupt file. When this happens the % will sometimes sit there after it moves onto a new block, other times there wont be a percentage or a readout (where there normally is) when the new block starts).

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Last edit: February 13, 2015, 06:05:10 PM by crowetic
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ATDevelopmentFund
The purpose of this case is to provide funding to help extend the technical work and general product development and marketing for AT inside the burst platform.


The ATDevFund is asking for 1,000,000 BURST, and already +20% is collected (among them my lottery winnings, as I promised...).

I'm not pointing to this case because I'd like some devs being richer or being able to launch scam coin.

Remember that BURST was launched without any pre-mine, without any IPO/ICO - so damn many people are working for free with this coins to, quoting that article, being: "once again, one step ahead of the competition". BURST didn't make any promises to collect a single damn BTC. The devs have just worked and worked - and shown result after result after result.

People have not only worked for free but also but their own money into this project, and we are many that made some decent money off that. That's the reason I donated a, for some, kinda large sum tonight, and for some, just peanuts.

The sum that you are donating really doesn't matter. It's the act of donating that is more important, showing those working hard for free that you really appreciate what they are doing. And will be doing.

As someone with a bit of insight on what is coming up, I know you and the market will love it when it is completed by these awesome guys. So please considering a donation to the ATDevelopmentFund and filling that 1mill cap!

While doing so, we'll also make sure that the crowdfunding case is working properly, a news on its own.




Would be happy to donate.. haven't been paying as much attention as I'd like though.  How can I donate?  There is a wallet address to send money to to trigger it, right?  Which address is that?

And what are the rules?  On which block are donations returned if the goal is not reached.

Thanks.


Address is  Cheesy, +20% has been covered so far of the 1mil.

Atm it's 8563 blocks remaining  Smiley

Let me know if I can help you with the practicalities  Grin

I think it's easier for me to send directly to that address as well, so I can do it from polo. I'll be doing my 200k now. Thanks!


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February 13, 2015, 05:27:51 PM
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Not sure how to take pictures of this. S

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In Win, use SnippingTool.exe - can take screen pics in any size/part of the screen

I can't do that while scrolled up in the box. You have to hold down the button or it scrolls down on you to the bottom.

I just meant I didn't know what to take a picture of to show the bug.
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^How about the print screen key on your keyboard?

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February 13, 2015, 05:44:51 PM
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Does anyone know how to make Blagos miner 'error out' faster on fast blocks? When a fastblock happens and if the previous mine hasn't completed, the miner will just sit there anywhere from 0-30 seconds playing with itself before it realizes it should move on. I've been watching this happen like clockwork over the past week or so, precious mine time is lost on the new block. If there are two fast blocks in a row, it may be even skip the middle one completely.

This can't be fixed from the user end?

Did not observe such problems. You can pm to me screenshot and log file when this happens?

Not sure how to take pictures of this. Sometimes the miner will just 'stop' mining when a new block happens, occasionally it will start immediately on the new block, but usually it'll just sit there for a little bit. Sometimes it'll spit out some 'fast block or corrupt file. When this happens the % will sometimes sit there after it moves onto a new block, other times there wont be a percentage or a readout (where there normally is) when the new block starts).

Even when it moves onto the next block without displaying the 'fastblock or corrupt file' message and the percentage just freezes, it wont always move on right away to the next block.

From what I've seen it doesn't transition smoothly. This 'transition' isn't consistent. I can watch two different computers mine and even if both get stuck because of a fast block, one sometimes moves on a lot faster (sometimes immediately) compared to the other.


I recommend using the print function to post screenshots!!!!
surely, the phone flash will not make the image incomprehensible

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February 13, 2015, 07:00:57 PM
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Hey,

The Crowdfund case is here and ready to be used to fund your projects and ideas. The rules are simple.
You define a name, a description, the total duration of the crowdfunding and the total amount you need to gather. After the duration you have set, the AT checks the total amount gathered and if is greater than the one you have asked, the total amount is sent back to the ATs creators account. If the project is not successfully funded then refunds all the participants the amount they have sent minus the fees the AT needs for processing ( approx. 7 bursts ).

After the crowdfund case is done, the AT acts as a donation address, where any amount sent to the AT goes to the creator of the AT.

As in the lottery case I created a html file for making things easier for anyone interested in creating his project or help funding the project. If you want to use the html file then copy it under html/ui/ directory.
The resulting html looks like that:


You can find the corresponding html here: http://burstcoin.info/d/cf
and the assembly code of the CF case here: http://pastebin.com/09j994Yc




If you are considering using BURST's new crowdfunding feature, and even if you aren't, I would like to point to this case:

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ATDevelopmentFund
The purpose of this case is to provide funding to help extend the technical work and general product development and marketing for AT inside the burst platform.


The ATDevFund is asking for 1,000,000 BURST, and already +20% is collected (among them my lottery winnings, as I promised...).

I'm not pointing to this case because I'd like some devs being richer or being able to launch scam coin.

Remember that BURST was launched without any pre-mine, without any IPO/ICO - so damn many people are working for free with this coins to, quoting that article, being: "once again, one step ahead of the competition". BURST didn't make any promises to collect a single damn BTC. The devs have just worked and worked - and shown result after result after result.

People have not only worked for free but also but their own money into this project, and we are many that made some decent money off that. That's the reason I donated a, for some, kinda large sum tonight, and for some, just peanuts.

The sum that you are donating really doesn't matter. It's the act of donating that is more important, showing those working hard for free that you really appreciate what they are doing. And will be doing.

As someone with a bit of insight on what is coming up, I know you and the market will love it when it is completed by these awesome guys. So please considering a donation to the ATDevelopmentFund and filling that 1mill cap!

While doing so, we'll also make sure that the crowdfunding case is working properly, a news on its own.





Just a little heads up:
  • For the time-being you can support a CF case by the .html in vbcs' post.
  • If you don't want to or can use the .html to support a CF case, you can still do it by sending BURSTs to someone you trust who can do it for you.
  • Also remember that small sums also are important when a community shows its support





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February 13, 2015, 07:27:45 PM
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Just a little heads up:
  • For the time-being you can support a CF case by the .html in vbcs' post.
  • If you don't want to or can use the .html to support a CF case, you can still do it by sending BURSTs to someone you trust who can do it for you.
  • Also remember that small sums also are important when a community shows its support



please help us



Crowetic when he saw so few donations
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February 13, 2015, 07:37:09 PM
Last edit: February 13, 2015, 09:58:18 PM by mmmaybe
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That's the outcome of a handful of people's work for several hours - at least it was fun Smiley (yeah, minus the attempt to clean up the chat afterwards...)


Edit: I just realized that the PR Team and devs average 1,000 messages per day on the platform we use for communication.

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February 13, 2015, 08:48:40 PM
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lol what the heck only just turned 1 system on and starting rest up and poof lol



Where is that 192.168.0.2 in your screenshot coming from? Thats a local address - nothing to do with the pool. There's something very misconfigured on your miner.

H.


I have a local machine connected too as I have multipul rigs running. One is with pools details on and then my other machine connects to 1st machine to combine total network across 1 account

Try mining directly to the pool from each machine rather than using a proxy.

H.


Still got the same problems as before so I know its not proxy as tested without it connected an still throwing up unable to connect

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February 13, 2015, 10:26:15 PM
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Just a little heads up:
  • For the time-being you can support a CF case by the .html in vbcs' post.
  • If you don't want to or can use the .html to support a CF case, you can still do it by sending BURSTs to someone you trust who can do it for you.
  • Also remember that small sums also are important when a community shows its support



please help us



Crowetic when he saw so few donations

Come on guys, 42% of the way there....Burst wouldn't be where it is now without devs and PR. Please help



Plz plz plz
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February 13, 2015, 10:33:30 PM
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Can someone explain in non-technical terms how I can go about donating to this cause? I don't have much to spare right now but I would love to at least give something.
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Can someone explain in non-technical terms how I can go about donating to this cause? I don't have much to spare right now but I would love to at least give something.

Nice, thank you Smiley



1. Click here: http://burstcoin.info/d/cf and download the zip.

2. Open the zip and extract the html file (atcrowdfund.html).

3. Place atcrowdfund.html in your wallet, inside folder /[wallet]/html/ui/

4. Open your wallet with your password.

5. Copy/paste, or write, atcrowdfund.html at the end of the wallet's URL; it should look like this:
- http://localhost:8125/atcrowdfund.html
or
- http://127.0.0.1:8125/atcrowdfund.html

6. On the page opened, you will see the crowdfunding cases running now.

7. Chose the one you want to support and click "Pledge", and enter the sum you want to contribute with and click "Send".

8. Done!

Remember that it will take awhile for you contribution to show up in the statistics, but it will be added eventually.

Also: would not the pledged sum be reached, your contribution will be sent back to your wallet after the block seen at the page Smiley So it's "all-or-nothing" in a way, hence making it important to reach the goals.


Please let me know if anything is unclear Smiley

(Btw, the same steps goes for LuckyAT, the decentralized lottery running independent on BURST's blockchain. The html file for the LuckyAT is found in a .zip at http://burstcoin.info/d/lo/)



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February 13, 2015, 10:59:01 PM
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Thanks for the reply--one thing I don't understand is the "blocks to go" measurement of time, it would be a lot more straightforward if it gave an actual time estimate (you know using those hours and seconds things).

My blockchain is updating now, but I will be donating. Also a small amount to the zRMicroarray funding program too.

BTW, will this HTML file come as standard with BURST wallet in the future? Having to download a single HTML file is a bit ridiculous in 2015 if it could just be included?

EDIT: I accidentally donated twice, oh well. Hope the project works out. (when I hit ok the window didn't close so I clicked it again, I guess I should have waited for blockchain to update first?)

EDIT2: now my recent donations have disappeared? I'm very confused.

EDIT3: now it is showing 3 x donations. Oh well. I trust it has finally gone through now at least. 3 times the merrier.
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February 13, 2015, 11:10:17 PM
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Thanks for the reply--one thing I don't understand is the "blocks to go" measurement of time, it would be a lot more straightforward if it gave an actual time estimate (you know using those hours and seconds things).

I'll make sure the devs get this message. The problem is that block times varies, so a proper countdown is not possible, but an estimate might be possible.


BTW, will this HTML file come as standard with BURST wallet in the future? Having to download a single HTML file is a bit ridiculous in 2015 if it could just be included?

It will be included, in one way or the other, when the ATs have been implemented.

EDIT: I accidentally donated twice, oh well. Hope the project works out. (when I hit ok the window didn't close so I clicked it again, I guess I should have waited for blockchain to update first?)

EDIT2: now my recent donations have disappeared? I'm very confused.

EDIT3: now it is showing 3 x donations. Oh well. I trust it has finally gone through now at least. 3 times the merrier.

You can go back to your wallet and look at the transactions. If you donated to ATDevFund the account to look for is BURST-WCWQ-JY6A-47R2-6XQ2F; clicking that will show the transactions to that specific AT.


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February 13, 2015, 11:13:56 PM
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Also I notice this donation drive isn't mentioned on the burst subreddit or twitter, maybe it would be a good idea to post it there to raise awareness.

bitcointalk thread is great for people who are very technically minded and continuously follow the conversation 24/7, for most people though keeping up to date on a 913 page thread isn't possible.

I would happily donate a bit for a marketing/communications budget (just simple stuff like turning these technical details into more understandable terms and making sure more people are aware of important events with the coin)
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February 13, 2015, 11:22:30 PM
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Yes. that might seem weird, but we want a completed case before releasing a Press Release and tweeting about it. A "success story" rather than "it's up-and-running" Wink

CF has been properly tested though - but this is, after all, the very first cases of crowdfunding on a blockchain (Automated Transactions/Smart Contract). It's not a proof-of-concept, it's the real thing/real coins, but we monitor everything very closely. The devs have also made sure no one can lose money even if it's the first case.

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Yes. that might seem weird, but we want a completed case before releasing a Press Release and tweeting about it. A "success story" rather than "it's up-and-running" Wink

CF has been properly tested though - but this is, after all, the very first cases of crowdfunding on a blockchain (Automated Transactions/Smart Contract). It's not a proof-of-concept, it's the real thing/real coins, but we monitor everything very closely. The devs have also made sure no one can lose money even if it's the first case.

Ahh understood (:
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February 13, 2015, 11:54:30 PM
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-[Quick ANN for ByteEnterprises' pools.]-

Some time in the next few days. pools owned by ByteEnterprises will be getting random bonus injections!

These payments will occur randomly, will start within the next few days and continue until I feel like they should stop. Their sizes will range from 10k to 50k at a time.

What will happen is this...


Random chunks of coin via my own personal supply will be sent to the pools' wallet addresses. This means there will be random larger payouts given to miners.


This is to compensate for all of the downtime because of recent bug fixes on new code.


Come back to us before the bonuses, and be pleasantly surprised!

Thanks and have a great weekend everyone!



*Note - This applies to pools at http://burst.ga and http://pool.burstcoining.com:8124 (this pool soon to be moved to a new SUPER AWESOME AND SECRET domain! Oh the suspense! heh.)

**Also note that the announcement about assets has not been forgotten, it's just being delayed a bit so that we can announce with STYLE. Wink Stay tuned to more projects from ByteEnterpries!




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February 14, 2015, 12:31:07 AM
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Hi guys,

Pool always seems to go down when I'm in bed (and not in a good way!)

Lol.

Maybe it is a reminder not to go to bed or change your sleep cycle ;-)


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Well happy seems that http://burst.ga/ is working ok for me now and just found a block on pool Smiley

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