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September 28, 2014, 04:48:31 PM
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Marketcap is 50k, so cheap to pick up a couple %

I am having trouble compiling the Daemon in Linux

The errors I am getting is

serialize.h:837:8 error: 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)' cannot be overloaded

serialize.h:824:11 error: with 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)'

The windows wallet works so either I am missing some dependencies or need to comment something out.



It's better that you wait maybe ~ 1 hr we are going to release a new wallet. There will also be a compiled coind available

Ok sounds good.

I would want to compile the coind from source though so it's easier to set up a node or two.


https://mega.co.nz/#!8c8F2CCZ!B8CUx5wwpzPnGEudeMYzI-at_mmLNmNAn9dy6v1MEvw

has the ubuntu -64 bit coind on it if you want to use that (i just compiled it) or you will have to wait till i fix the git with all the changes i made on my other machine
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September 28, 2014, 05:31:47 PM
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Marketcap is 50k, so cheap to pick up a couple %

I am having trouble compiling the Daemon in Linux

The errors I am getting is

serialize.h:837:8 error: 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)' cannot be overloaded

serialize.h:824:11 error: with 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)'

The windows wallet works so either I am missing some dependencies or need to comment something out.



It's better that you wait maybe ~ 1 hr we are going to release a new wallet. There will also be a compiled coind available

Ok sounds good.

I would want to compile the coind from source though so it's easier to set up a node or two.


https://mega.co.nz/#!8c8F2CCZ!B8CUx5wwpzPnGEudeMYzI-at_mmLNmNAn9dy6v1MEvw

has the ubuntu -64 bit coind on it if you want to use that (i just compiled it) or you will have to wait till i fix the git with all the changes i made on my other machine

I am running ubuntu 14.04 64 bit but when trying to run the daemon I am getting 'permission denied' no go trying to sudo the command or change the permissions.
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September 28, 2014, 05:36:45 PM
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Marketcap is 50k, so cheap to pick up a couple %

I am having trouble compiling the Daemon in Linux

The errors I am getting is

serialize.h:837:8 error: 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)' cannot be overloaded

serialize.h:824:11 error: with 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)'

The windows wallet works so either I am missing some dependencies or need to comment something out.



It's better that you wait maybe ~ 1 hr we are going to release a new wallet. There will also be a compiled coind available

Ok sounds good.

I would want to compile the coind from source though so it's easier to set up a node or two.


https://mega.co.nz/#!8c8F2CCZ!B8CUx5wwpzPnGEudeMYzI-at_mmLNmNAn9dy6v1MEvw

has the ubuntu -64 bit coind on it if you want to use that (i just compiled it) or you will have to wait till i fix the git with all the changes i made on my other machine

I am running ubuntu 14.04 64 bit but when trying to run the daemon I am getting 'permission denied' no go trying to sudo the command or change the permissions.


the github on www.github.com/Radus1/MultiWalletCoin is now updated to source that will compile the coind if you cant get it to work
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September 28, 2014, 05:51:26 PM
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Development Update




Anonymous feature explanation "MultiShift"

We have developed a protocol that will use a different transaction address every time you send/recieve a transaction (assuming you use the feature), so that the address that shows up in the Block Explorer changes every time. This makes it very hard if not almost impossible to track transactions and backtrack them to your personal Wallet Addresses. This way, the transaction will still be fully visible in the blockchain, but it cannot be traced back to you.




How to send coins anonymously?

In the send coins tab you will find an extra button called MultiShift.
If you click on this button, your wallet will generate a random transaction address, in the following form:

Sending from: MXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (randomly generated Sender Address)  

This is a new address, which has never been used before. Then you can add the receiver address in the respective field as well as the amount and click send. Your coins will then be sent anonymously.

Every time when you want to send MWC anonymously, a different transaction address will be generated. If you don't click on the ”MultiShift” button, your MWC will be sent from your regular Sender address


Wallet Screenshot


You can download the new Wallets here:
(don’t forget to make a backup of your wallet.dat , mandatory step!)

WINDOWS: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin_windows.exe
MAC: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin-Qt.dmg
LINUX 64 Bit - UBUNTU: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin_linux_64bit
LINUX 64 Bit COIND: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoind


(We downloaded the Wallets and there are partly security aspects appearing, just don't worry about that as there are no risks at all.)

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September 28, 2014, 06:10:57 PM
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Marketcap is 50k, so cheap to pick up a couple %

I am having trouble compiling the Daemon in Linux

The errors I am getting is

serialize.h:837:8 error: 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)' cannot be overloaded

serialize.h:824:11 error: with 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)'

The windows wallet works so either I am missing some dependencies or need to comment something out.



It's better that you wait maybe ~ 1 hr we are going to release a new wallet. There will also be a compiled coind available

Ok sounds good.

I would want to compile the coind from source though so it's easier to set up a node or two.


https://mega.co.nz/#!8c8F2CCZ!B8CUx5wwpzPnGEudeMYzI-at_mmLNmNAn9dy6v1MEvw

has the ubuntu -64 bit coind on it if you want to use that (i just compiled it) or you will have to wait till i fix the git with all the changes i made on my other machine

I am running ubuntu 14.04 64 bit but when trying to run the daemon I am getting 'permission denied' no go trying to sudo the command or change the permissions.


the github on www.github.com/Radus1/MultiWalletCoin is now updated to source that will compile the coind if you cant get it to work

MultiWalletCoind built, now compiling the wallet. What is the RPCport for my config file?
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September 28, 2014, 06:11:17 PM
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Development Update




Anonymous feature explanation "MultiShift"

We have developed a protocol that will use a different transaction address every time you send/recieve a transaction (assuming you use the feature), so that the address that shows up in the Block Explorer changes every time. This makes it very hard if not almost impossible to track transactions and backtrack them to your personal Wallet Addresses. This way, the transaction will still be fully visible in the blockchain, but it cannot be traced back to you.




How to send coins anonymously?

In the send coins tab you will find an extra button called MultiShift.
If you click on this button, your wallet will generate a random transaction address, in the following form:

Sending from: MXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (randomly generated Sender Address)  

This is a new address, which has never been used before. Then you can add the receiver address in the respective field as well as the amount and click send. Your coins will then be sent anonymously.

Every time when you want to send MWC anonymously, a different transaction address will be generated. If you don't click on the ”MultiShift” button, your MWC will be sent from your regular Sender address


Wallet Screenshot


You can download the new Wallets here:
(don’t forget to make a backup of your wallet.dat , mandatory step!)

WINDOWS: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin_windows.exe
MAC: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin-Qt.dmg
LINUX 64 Bit - UBUNTU: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin_linux_64bit
LINUX 64 Bit COIND: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoind


(We downloaded the Wallets and there are partly security aspects appearing, just don't worry about that as there are no risks at all.)

Nice! Smiley
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September 28, 2014, 06:14:08 PM
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Development Update




Anonymous feature explanation "MultiShift"

We have developed a protocol that will use a different transaction address every time you send/recieve a transaction (assuming you use the feature), so that the address that shows up in the Block Explorer changes every time. This makes it very hard if not almost impossible to track transactions and backtrack them to your personal Wallet Addresses. This way, the transaction will still be fully visible in the blockchain, but it cannot be traced back to you.




How to send coins anonymously?

In the send coins tab you will find an extra button called MultiShift.
If you click on this button, your wallet will generate a random transaction address, in the following form:

Sending from: MXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (randomly generated Sender Address)  

This is a new address, which has never been used before. Then you can add the receiver address in the respective field as well as the amount and click send. Your coins will then be sent anonymously.

Every time when you want to send MWC anonymously, a different transaction address will be generated. If you don't click on the ”MultiShift” button, your MWC will be sent from your regular Sender address


Wallet Screenshot


You can download the new Wallets here:
(don’t forget to make a backup of your wallet.dat , mandatory step!)

WINDOWS: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin_windows.exe
MAC: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin-Qt.dmg
LINUX 64 Bit - UBUNTU: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoin_linux_64bit
LINUX 64 Bit COIND: http://www.multiwalletcoin.com/media/MultiWalletCoind


(We downloaded the Wallets and there are partly security aspects appearing, just don't worry about that as there are no risks at all.)

Very exciting update! THANKS DEVS

1/1+1=1+1x1
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September 28, 2014, 06:19:30 PM
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Very nice update Smiley THX for the work !


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I wonder about the poor market resonance. And there is always this fucking sell wall around 400sats....
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September 28, 2014, 06:25:22 PM
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Marketcap is 50k, so cheap to pick up a couple %

I am having trouble compiling the Daemon in Linux

The errors I am getting is

serialize.h:837:8 error: 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)' cannot be overloaded

serialize.h:824:11 error: with 'void CDataStream::insert(CDataStream::iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator, CDataStream::const_iterator)'

The windows wallet works so either I am missing some dependencies or need to comment something out.



It's better that you wait maybe ~ 1 hr we are going to release a new wallet. There will also be a compiled coind available

Ok sounds good.

I would want to compile the coind from source though so it's easier to set up a node or two.


https://mega.co.nz/#!8c8F2CCZ!B8CUx5wwpzPnGEudeMYzI-at_mmLNmNAn9dy6v1MEvw

has the ubuntu -64 bit coind on it if you want to use that (i just compiled it) or you will have to wait till i fix the git with all the changes i made on my other machine

I am running ubuntu 14.04 64 bit but when trying to run the daemon I am getting 'permission denied' no go trying to sudo the command or change the permissions.


the github on www.github.com/Radus1/MultiWalletCoin is now updated to source that will compile the coind if you cant get it to work

The coind builds fine but when trying to compile the Linux QT I am getting errors in the IRC compilation in everything regarding serveur.cpp
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September 28, 2014, 06:31:18 PM
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             very nice!
             Very good work thanks!
             Good luck 4 the coming future!








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September 28, 2014, 06:32:54 PM
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Very nice update Smiley THX for the work !


P.S.
I wonder about the poor market resonance. And there is always this fucking sell wall around 400sats....
it is a bot playing still, make me nervous too... but hope that soon we will get momentum and will eat all of those who are trying to get few % of profit...

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September 28, 2014, 06:51:26 PM
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Very nice update Smiley THX for the work !


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I wonder about the poor market resonance. And there is always this fucking sell wall around 400sats....
it is a bot playing still, make me nervous too... but hope that soon we will get momentum and will eat all of those who are trying to get few % of profit...

lol, all it would take is 2 BTC to eat that wall and the person pulled all their orders for that reason.


We are on a new page now and I would really like to get help with compiling the Linux-QT from source while the Development Team is still around.

When compiling the Linux QT from source, I am running into errors in everything that has to do with serveur.cpp connecting to the IRC.
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September 28, 2014, 07:02:25 PM
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I also have a question regarding compilation... I would like to run the wallet on the raspberry Pi, did you already compiled the MWC Wallet on a ARM plattform ?  Can't get it to work atm :S
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September 28, 2014, 07:05:00 PM
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For all people who want to get fast response on their compiling issues and similar please visit our official IRC page on http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=multiwallet

see you there!

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September 28, 2014, 07:09:51 PM
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I also have a question regarding compilation... I would like to run the wallet on the raspberry Pi, did you already compiled the MWC Wallet on a ARM plattform ?  Can't get it to work atm :S

To be honest, we did not check the wallet if it is compatible with a raspberry. I can do some tests tomorrow and see if we can get it to work
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September 28, 2014, 07:10:18 PM
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I heard there ws something new to look at so...

well..

http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/multiwallets-anonymity-feature-is-called-multishift-and-now-available
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I also have a question regarding compilation... I would like to run the wallet on the raspberry Pi, did you already compiled the MWC Wallet on a ARM plattform ?  Can't get it to work atm :S

To be honest, we did not check the wallet if it is compatible with a raspberry. I can do some tests tomorrow and see if we can get it to work

That would be great... already have some other POS wallets an the RPi and it would be cool if i could add MWC.
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September 28, 2014, 07:15:05 PM
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Very nice update Smiley THX for the work !


P.S.
I wonder about the poor market resonance. And there is always this fucking sell wall around 400sats....
it is a bot playing still, make me nervous too... but hope that soon we will get momentum and will eat all of those who are trying to get few % of profit...

lol, all it would take is 2 BTC to eat that wall and the person pulled all their orders for that reason.


We are on a new page now and I would really like to get help with compiling the Linux-QT from source while the Development Team is still around.

When compiling the Linux QT from source, I am running into errors in everything that has to do with serveur.cpp connecting to the IRC.

im looking at it give me a min.


I also have a question regarding compilation... I would like to run the wallet on the raspberry Pi, did you already compiled the MWC Wallet on a ARM plattform ?  Can't get it to work atm :S


upsupported.

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September 28, 2014, 07:23:57 PM
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Very nice update Smiley THX for the work !


P.S.
I wonder about the poor market resonance. And there is always this fucking sell wall around 400sats....
it is a bot playing still, make me nervous too... but hope that soon we will get momentum and will eat all of those who are trying to get few % of profit...

lol, all it would take is 2 BTC to eat that wall and the person pulled all their orders for that reason.


We are on a new page now and I would really like to get help with compiling the Linux-QT from source while the Development Team is still around.

When compiling the Linux QT from source, I am running into errors in everything that has to do with serveur.cpp connecting to the IRC.


correction. the whole file doubled itself in itself somehow. fixing now

EDIT: should be fixed now.
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September 28, 2014, 07:31:29 PM
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Very nice update Smiley THX for the work !


P.S.
I wonder about the poor market resonance. And there is always this fucking sell wall around 400sats....
it is a bot playing still, make me nervous too... but hope that soon we will get momentum and will eat all of those who are trying to get few % of profit...

lol, all it would take is 2 BTC to eat that wall and the person pulled all their orders for that reason.


We are on a new page now and I would really like to get help with compiling the Linux-QT from source while the Development Team is still around.

When compiling the Linux QT from source, I am running into errors in everything that has to do with serveur.cpp connecting to the IRC.

im gunna guess this was github messing up when it was copying the files, it didnt exist like that in my source.
correction. the whole file doubled itself in itself somehow. fixing now

EDIT: should be fixed now.
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