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June 09, 2017, 06:11:44 AM
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Guys just before going to hit my pillow i cannot refrain myself to give you this exciting update.

The blockchain is currently stuck for months at block 673688 due to a lack of staking wallets (not enough POS power).
The originial project leader, Killakem moved to stratis (which already proved to be successful)

But FIBRE is about to be resurrected!
We are a few FIBRE hodlers here and in SuperNET slack thinking for a long time about a blockchain revival and this is going to occur!
mammix2, the original wallet dev, took over the project and is about to release a new wallet.

What's the plan?
kick-restart the blockchain with a new POW/POS phase
with POW reward for a few weeks to have some incentive, after with no block reward to just have an engine to assure the blockchain's life (in other case of lack of POS)
and hopefully with a revival of website and marketing

How to help?
First, when waiting for new release it should be a good idea to have as many FIBRE hodlers as possible ready to stake (synced to block 673688)
We have a few nodes already with ~50k (and growing, afaik SuperNET holdings will be added to this) and we are about to have more than 10% supply weight ready to stake.

So if you know about how to put a node online:
 -build the daemon, follow the instructions of https://github.com/fibre-team/fibre-public/blob/master/doc/build-unix.txt (just add libminiupnpc-dev to the dependencies listed there and you should be ok)
  you can get a copy of the db (to block 673660) i uploaded there: https://mega.nz/#F!sE0lWQiD!mlC5AV1U0ff1GNaGEYUcGg
  the 2 nodes addresses that i am currently running could be added to your Fibre.conf (in .Fibre) - beware of uppercase -
  addnode=2pptm3tysp5xlpfz.onion:7223
  addnode=khpbewwsdoewtsea.onion:7223
  (i only have fibredark addresses for now, working on standard IP's to provide)
  open inbound port 7223 (WARNING, the port is subject to change with new wallet release to help separate the new chain)
If not or if under windows, keep your privkey's or wallet.dat close at hand and wait for new release (or updates meanwhile).

on both cases be welcome to see or participate in the latests developments on the #fibre channel of the SuperNET slack (https://sprnt.slack.com - get your invite at http://slackinvite.supernet.org/)

speaking of SuperNET, the SN core coins concept is deprecated but... Unity of blockchains is not (which was the main idea)
So any so-called bitcoin-compatible coin (basically rpc-queryable) can be added to agama wallet , DEX with atomic cross-chain,...  In a word FIBRE can be part of SuperNET (again) quite soon  Wink

will keep you updated

*pouf* <-- sound of head hitting pillow

Awesome news, I predict Fibre will be top 20 coin by xmas, connections with SuperNET and Stratis dev communities makes Fibre a great investment after relaunch.
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June 09, 2017, 06:54:25 AM
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The Fibre guys are making Stratis now.

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June 09, 2017, 08:07:02 AM
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Fibre relaunch will be today 9th afternoon (GMT)
Fibre 4.0 specs will follow soon  Smiley
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June 09, 2017, 02:00:42 PM
Last edit: June 09, 2017, 10:17:56 PM by Metaphilibert
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Below the last post of mammix2 on slack

mammix2 [12:03 AM]
>> Fibre 4.0 <<
32 and 64Bit Windows versions, source and MacOS will be available at relaunch. Any Linux Qt wallets or deamons you'll have to build yourselves due to differing dependencies on users PC's
We will need to place a fair amount of PoW mining power on the chain to break the current diff left over from the original mining phase way back. Once the next block is solved the diff should drop right down and then readjust every block to achieve a 1 minute block time. This new wallet will cause a hard fork of the chain so the Protocol version has been increased to ensure no old wallets are valid. You MUST only use this new wallet, even if you're just monitoring the network, so that the new blocks and TX are validated by your V4 wallet

New Specs:
Currently the chain is stuck at block 673690 due to a very low PoS weight. In this new version I’ve enabled PoW from block 673686 so we can start the chain moving again still using the NIST5 algo. As discussed here are bullet points of the new specs with links to the repo to show some of the key code snippets...

- 8 Coin reward per block starting at block 674000 and up until 717200. Thereafter rewards will drop to 0, but PoW will still be enabled in case the PoS weight drops very low again in the future.
https://github.com/mammix2/fibre-core/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L992-L996

- As discussed 60k Fibre will be extracted to a hard coded address (FBxWTZVQXPDdzYW4d5c9JSvwKug9bWt9AB) at block 673900, as a reimbursement for the year of hosting i will provide.

EDIT this point is currently discussed in the slack channel.

  Fingers crossed Fibre will get some value again in the future :slightly_smiling_face:
https://github.com/mammix2/fibre-core/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L1008-L1012
https://github.com/mammix2/fibre-core/blob/master/src/main.h#L43
https://github.com/mammix2/fibre-core/blob/master/src/miner.cpp#L125-L160

- New checkpoint at block 673600
https://github.com/mammix2/fibre-core/blob/master/src/checkpoints.cpp#L38


There are Various other improvements, such as BIP66, stability, GUI etc.. you can see all the commits i have done recently here
https://github.com/mammix2/fibre-core/commits/master

>>Please DONT built from this source just yet <<

I will release the wallets tomorrow. I need you all to review the new specs and check over the source first just in case I missed something.
Please give me some feedback on all this. Thanks :blush:
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June 09, 2017, 10:21:58 PM
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Fibre relaunch will be today 9th afternoon (GMT)
Fibre 4.0 specs will follow soon  Smiley

Sorry guys I was a little bit too enthusiastic. Relaunch is definitely coming soon but some strategic points are still being discussed.
Again, you are welcome to see or participate in the latest developments on the #fibre channel of the SuperNET slack (https://sprnt.slack.com - get your invite at http://slackinvite.supernet.org/)
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June 10, 2017, 09:58:47 AM
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I have fibre coins on poloniex, can i download the wallet and transfer or wait for new wallet? or my coins are gone?

Thanks
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June 10, 2017, 11:42:21 AM
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I have fibre coins on poloniex, can i download the wallet and transfer or wait for new wallet? or my coins are gone?

Thanks

FIBRE was delisted from Poloniex a long time ago and the blockchain is currently stuck (you cannot make transactions)
First, wait for the new wallet and a working blockchain.
When the blockchain will be living again, you can attempt to create a support ticket to Poloniex.
Not sure if they archive the delisted coins wallets  Sad
You are not alone in this case, we will try to contact them after the revival.
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June 10, 2017, 03:44:19 PM
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I have fibre coins on poloniex, can i download the wallet and transfer or wait for new wallet? or my coins are gone?

Thanks

FIBRE was delisted from Poloniex a long time ago and the blockchain is currently stuck (you cannot make transactions)
First, wait for the new wallet and a working blockchain.
When the blockchain will be living again, you can attempt to create a support ticket to Poloniex.
Not sure if they archive the delisted coins wallets  Sad
You are not alone in this case, we will try to contact them after the revival.


Hi guys I have 6884 FIBRE coins on Poloneix. And I can do withdrawal. How I can help to recover blockchain???  I don't know how to do maning.  Huh
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Hi guys I have 6884 FIBRE coins on Poloneix. And I can do withdrawal. How I can help to recover blockchain???  I don't know how to do maning.  Huh

Hi,
it sounds weird to me you can still see your FIBRE on poloniex and do a withdrawal.
But if this is indeed the case, DO NOTHING right now (easy)
First, we have to wait the release of the new wallet and the blockchain to move ahead.
Then we have to contact Poloniex to have them update their wallet and see how to withdraw (if still possible).

The new wallet released is postponed a bit.
below a paste of the wallet dev on slack:

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mammix2 [7:55 PM]
@channel Hi all, just checking in. I know I said the wallets would be ready yesterday but I wanted to wait for the feedback which you guys have been doing. I ended up having a really busy couple of days and also I think it should be delayed a little until we have agreement on all sides of the new direction.

Based on the feedback so far,  the new coins extracted should now be used as a Dev fund split between the contributing team members. 

I hadn't intended to be lead this, I just wanted to get the chain moving again and support it for a while after. But now seeing that there is quite a lot of interest again and the SuperNet option for Fibre and Possibly BoostCoin (I still need to check the compatibility) I think it's worth getting a plan put on paper listing team members. Then we can transparently agree on what amount should be extracted for this next phase of Fibre

So to make it simple and clear: if you have FIBRE in an exchange, DO NOTHING right now !
Also don't put too much hope in it, theoretically FIBRE is a dead coin and no exchange is obliged to process the withdrawals (and even if they wanted to do so it's technically impossible right now)

Considering the revival of the FIBRE blockchain we will have to wait a bit (but what are a few days in comparison of 6 months of frozen blockchain?)
As there is a possibility of (re)integration to SuperNET and as they are some people ready to get involved besides the wallet dev, this may be much more than a 'simple' chain revival.
And we have to make it the best way, for the benefit of every FIBRE investor Smiley


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June 11, 2017, 06:55:03 AM
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Any eta on new windows wallet?
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June 11, 2017, 06:49:08 PM
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Looks like i can do withdrawal when the chain will work again.
https://ibb.co/dj3uFv


Hi guys I have 6884 FIBRE coins on Poloneix. And I can do withdrawal. How I can help to recover blockchain???  I don't know how to do maning.  Huh

Hi,
it sounds weird to me you can still see your FIBRE on poloniex and do a withdrawal.
But if this is indeed the case, DO NOTHING right now (easy)
First, we have to wait the release of the new wallet and the blockchain to move ahead.
Then we have to contact Poloniex to have them update their wallet and see how to withdraw (if still possible).

The new wallet released is postponed a bit.
below a paste of the wallet dev on slack:

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mammix2 [7:55 PM]
@channel Hi all, just checking in. I know I said the wallets would be ready yesterday but I wanted to wait for the feedback which you guys have been doing. I ended up having a really busy couple of days and also I think it should be delayed a little until we have agreement on all sides of the new direction.

Based on the feedback so far,  the new coins extracted should now be used as a Dev fund split between the contributing team members. 

I hadn't intended to be lead this, I just wanted to get the chain moving again and support it for a while after. But now seeing that there is quite a lot of interest again and the SuperNet option for Fibre and Possibly BoostCoin (I still need to check the compatibility) I think it's worth getting a plan put on paper listing team members. Then we can transparently agree on what amount should be extracted for this next phase of Fibre

So to make it simple and clear: if you have FIBRE in an exchange, DO NOTHING right now !
Also don't put too much hope in it, theoretically FIBRE is a dead coin and no exchange is obliged to process the withdrawals (and even if they wanted to do so it's technically impossible right now)

Considering the revival of the FIBRE blockchain we will have to wait a bit (but what are a few days in comparison of 6 months of frozen blockchain?)
As there is a possibility of (re)integration to SuperNET and as they are some people ready to get involved besides the wallet dev, this may be much more than a 'simple' chain revival.
And we have to make it the best way, for the benefit of every FIBRE investor Smiley



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June 12, 2017, 08:48:11 AM
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Any eta on new windows wallet?

no official ETA yet.
It will of course be announced here, but if you want to be part of the firsts to know, come on SuperNET slack.
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June 12, 2017, 09:34:03 AM
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Looks like i can do withdrawal when the chain will work again.
https://ibb.co/dj3uFv
looks good. but be sure they updated their wallet before to request the withdrawal as there will be a fork.
will try to contact them and let you know
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July 29, 2017, 09:24:57 AM
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Any news on the FIBRE relaunch? Still a coin with lots of potential,
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August 05, 2017, 02:23:08 AM
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look at https://sprnt.slackarchive.io/fibre/ to get the history of discussions
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August 16, 2017, 03:39:30 AM
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look at https://sprnt.slackarchive.io/fibre/ to get the history of discussions

Ok, thanks!

Still hopeful Smiley
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October 08, 2017, 06:57:17 AM
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look at https://sprnt.slackarchive.io/fibre/ to get the history of discussions

Ok, thanks!

Still hopeful Smiley

Any news?

SuperNET slack is a ghost town in Fibre channel, is all hope lost?
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October 29, 2017, 06:40:57 AM
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And what about the coins that were sent to the stock exchange? In exchange they are gone, and frozen in the transaction.
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October 30, 2017, 02:32:18 PM
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Is there any progress? Should i bury the wallet?
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November 07, 2017, 12:01:57 AM
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The revival is still (very) possible, don't burry your wallet  Smiley
Slack is limited to 10k messages and SuperNET is a big slack, so #Fibre looks empty
But you can get all the history there https://sprnt.slackarchive.io/fibre
Come on the slack to give your inputs! I feel we are getting close of a revival!
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