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Author Topic: [ANN] Syscoin- FINAL 2.0 LAUNCHED! *ENCRYPTION, MARKETPLACE, BTC INTEGRATION*  (Read 582122 times)
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October 05, 2014, 12:00:18 AM
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Block explorer back up and running: http://blockexperts.com/sys

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October 05, 2014, 12:23:51 AM
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Side Note:
We got a reply back from blockexperts regarding the state of the Syscoin block explorer hosted by them. They had to perform a one-time system maintenance and will be back up ASAP.

We host our block explorer through a third party for the sake of transparency and fairness but we will explore a secondary provider until our custom explorer is up which can act as another data provider.

Still working on 0.1.5 RC3, I don't want to make any official announcement right now as most the core team is on PST- there is still an issue we're working on related to transferred aliases before we can make an official statement on the RC3 release timeline. In ligher news we fixed a bunch of other stuff (in parallel) while working on this issue and 0.1.5 now includes labels for all transactions- including certs, offers, and data!  Grin

Will continue to keep thread posted.

Don't organize development like that.

You should isolate features for 0.1.5 from the new ones of "labels for all transactions- including certs, offers, and data!", and release a bug free 0.1.5 version to end users.

the new features of "labels for all transactions- including certs, offers, and data!" should be in a separate branch, which can be called 0.1.5a and expected to be released later.

Keeping add new features to existing version but letting the users wait too long to get a working version is quite unprofessional.

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October 05, 2014, 12:44:12 AM
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Don't organize development like that.

You should isolate features for 0.1.5 from the new ones of "labels for all transactions- including certs, offers, and data!", and release a bug free 0.1.5 version to end users.

the new features of "labels for all transactions- including certs, offers, and data!" should be in a separate branch, which can be called 0.1.5a and expected to be released later.

I agree, we had already implemented a labeling pattern in 0.1.5 for aliases though so natural extension to the other transaction was not only low-risk but it was also non-blocking and technically not really a "new feature" just an enhancement. I do agree though in a best-practices perspective new feature development or issue resolution is done in a separate branch, tested, reintegrated and then tested again.

Keeping add new features to existing version but letting the users wait too long to get a working version is quite unprofessional.

In this situation the two are unrelated but I understand what you're getting it. We had available development bandwidth, and throwing it at the current issue holding up the release was not efficient as we already have the majority of the team working on that issue. There are other roadmap intersections at play as well but suffice it to say that adding the tx labels to the next release was something we thought people would enjoy and it did not delay the release further.

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October 05, 2014, 03:19:28 AM
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To the contrary I think ppl are dumping their alts to get BTC as the alt prices haven't moved in line with BTC drop.  Accumulation period for BTC hoping to ride a wave up, most predict end of year or early 15 spike.  This is of course my opinion and my current strat.

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October 05, 2014, 03:23:30 AM
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Is it possible to change Syscoin Chain ID to enable SYS merge mining with other coins?

in main.cpp (lines 2624-2626) it is declared

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int GetOurChainID() {
return 0x0001;
}

but ChainID=1 interferes with other AUX PoW coins, like UnitedScryptCoin and GreenCoin and disables SYS merge mining together with this coins.

Is there a way to change SYS's ChainID for merge mining?

USC is pretty dead, why care of it. ID=1 has loads more of cool coins

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October 05, 2014, 03:41:22 AM
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To the contrary I think ppl are dumping their alts to get BTC as the alt prices haven't moved in line with BTC drop.  Accumulation period for BTC hoping to ride a wave up, most predict end of year or early 15 spike.  This is of course my opinion and my current strat.
Interesting... so you will sell for btc and sell on a pump to go back in fiat then hope btc comes back around to buy again and then buy your alt again?

Sounds like alot of variables to increase exposure..
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October 05, 2014, 03:57:07 AM
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To the contrary I think ppl are dumping their alts to get BTC as the alt prices haven't moved in line with BTC drop.  Accumulation period for BTC hoping to ride a wave up, most predict end of year or early 15 spike.  This is of course my opinion and my current strat.
Interesting... so you will sell for btc and sell on a pump to go back in fiat then hope btc comes back around to buy again and then buy your alt again?

Sounds like alot of variables to increase exposure..

Negative.  I am dumping a few alts (not SYS ATM as I have a plan when market opens) for BTC and holding them in offline wallets. If it rises back to $500-$600 range again then I will split 1/2 reinvest in alt of the month and cash out 1/2.  If this strat works, I've done nothing but gained. I will end up with roughly the same amount in fiat that I had in BTC holdings and have the same amount of fiat to invest in alts.

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October 05, 2014, 10:16:45 PM
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Just another update since I know 0.1.5 RC3 is due today, we are still on this last issue. Seems like something we should be able to address and still make RC3 available today.

We are revamping our entire test process since things are scaling on many fronts very rapidly- we will be moving to a test process akin to that of an enterprise software development company. This means integration tests, strict rules about unit tests, automated functional tests, etc. This is not a simple process nor am I aware of many other altcoins that exercise a process like this- if you know of one that we can use as a reference it would be very much appreciated. Short of another "altcoin" which leverages these professional processes we will be mirroring and adapting these processes from our own experience in enterprise software development (tools like Hudson/Jenkins, Maven, Any one of a number of unit testing tools, AFT tools for QT we'll need to research but something like protractor/Jasmine/Selenium for web AFT, etc). We do some unit testing of course at present, but this is a move to an entirely different scale of testing and test automation.

If you are someone who has experience in standing up this type of environment around a crypto-client or QT client, we'd love to chat with you- shoot me a PM or email.

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October 05, 2014, 11:47:03 PM
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Just another update since I know 0.1.5 RC3 is due today, we are still on this last issue. Seems like something we should be able to address and still make RC3 available today.

We are revamping our entire test process since things are scaling on many fronts very rapidly- we will be moving to a test process akin to that of an enterprise software development company. This means integration tests, strict rules about unit tests, automated functional tests, etc. This is not a simple process nor am I aware of many other altcoins that exercise a process like this- if you know of one that we can use as a reference it would be very much appreciated. Short of another "altcoin" which leverages these professional processes we will be mirroring and adapting these processes from our own experience in enterprise software development (tools like Hudson/Jenkins, Maven, Any one of a number of unit testing tools, AFT tools for QT we'll need to research but something like protractor/Jasmine/Selenium for web AFT, etc). We do some unit testing of course at present, but this is a move to an entirely different scale of testing and test automation.

If you are someone who has experience in standing up this type of environment around a crypto-client or QT client, we'd love to chat with you- shoot me a PM or email.

Dan.... I like you buddy! Very professional all the time and I know you care about what you do because I see it when you interact with the community of syscoin. Makes me glad to hold a nice chunk and I keep buying!
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October 06, 2014, 12:44:57 AM
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when syscoin launched...they stubbed their toe some and worked hard and got it right.
Because of that Moolah made them jump through hoops,held back their money and acted like their coders could "help" the syscoin team if they needed it.

Mintpal has been down since oct 1 when they started their V2 update and guess what?, it's taken longer than they thought, they have a migration error that effecting like 7,000 users and they admit they don't know why!
Word of advice Moolah.....before you act all high and mighty....take care of your own stuff.
The syscoin guys could probably give you a hand except you held them hostage for their money for problems much smaller than the crap you've caused.

Soon as I can get back to my account, free fee or not.....I'm pulling out.
Hell with you guys.

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October 06, 2014, 12:54:36 AM
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when syscoin launched...they stubbed their toe some and worked hard and got it right.
Because of that Moolah made them jump through hoops,held back their money and acted like their coders could "help" the syscoin team if they needed it.

Mintpal has been down since oct 1 when they started their V2 update and guess what?, it's taken longer than they thought, they have a migration error that effecting like 7,000 users and they admit they don't know why!
Word of advice Moolah.....before you act all high and mighty....take care of your own stuff.
The syscoin guys could probably give you a hand except you held them hostage for their money for problems much smaller than the crap you've caused.

Soon as I can get back to my account, free fee or not.....I'm pulling out.
Hell with you guys.


Just don't sell your sys  Wink
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October 06, 2014, 01:21:19 AM
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when syscoin launched...they stubbed their toe some and worked hard and got it right.
Because of that Moolah made them jump through hoops,held back their money and acted like their coders could "help" the syscoin team if they needed it.

Mintpal has been down since oct 1 when they started their V2 update and guess what?, it's taken longer than they thought, they have a migration error that effecting like 7,000 users and they admit they don't know why!
Word of advice Moolah.....before you act all high and mighty....take care of your own stuff.
The syscoin guys could probably give you a hand except you held them hostage for their money for problems much smaller than the crap you've caused.

Soon as I can get back to my account, free fee or not.....I'm pulling out.
Hell with you guys.

sony playstation online play went down for 3 months  Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry hacked to death Angry Angry >:(now they have billions at there mercy  Wink ;)so why did they not sort that problem out in 2 days...3 months and over a billion users.. they can hire the best devs on the planet ..and many devs where hired i bet for top dollar
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October 06, 2014, 01:43:36 AM
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when syscoin launched...they stubbed their toe some and worked hard and got it right.
Because of that Moolah made them jump through hoops,held back their money and acted like their coders could "help" the syscoin team if they needed it.

Mintpal has been down since oct 1 when they started their V2 update and guess what?, it's taken longer than they thought, they have a migration error that effecting like 7,000 users and they admit they don't know why!
Word of advice Moolah.....before you act all high and mighty....take care of your own stuff.
The syscoin guys could probably give you a hand except you held them hostage for their money for problems much smaller than the crap you've caused.

Soon as I can get back to my account, free fee or not.....I'm pulling out.
Hell with you guys.


100% what this guy said. ^^^^^
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October 06, 2014, 02:09:16 AM
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So quiet.... price dropping on Bittrex... come on devs throw us a bone!  Cool

https://twitter.com/syscoin/status/517613479667441665

Oh we're busy as hell - https://github.com/syscoin/syscoin/graphs/punch-card and that is just ONE of our 4+ repositories! We just are trying to make sure stuff is stable before we publish any news sorry for the delay!

Is it possible to change Syscoin Chain ID to enable SYS merge mining with other coins?

in main.cpp (lines 2624-2626) it is declared

Code:
int GetOurChainID() {
return 0x0001;
}

but ChainID=1 interferes with other AUX PoW coins, like UnitedScryptCoin and GreenCoin and disables SYS merge mining together with this coins.

Is there a way to change SYS's ChainID for merge mining?
No there are few rare coins using this id...this cant be changed without major hassle

Yeah as @sidhujag mentioned we chose the ChainID=1 that was used by the fewest coins (and because part of SYS code is inherited from USC). So while you can't MM SYS with GreenCoin or USC, you can mine it with practically any other Scrypt coin. We don't have plans to change this at present unless there is a community push to enable merge-mine of USC and Greencoin Wink


Imo price is dropping because ppl are dumping to get out of BTC. BTC ain't doing too good right now.... just my speculation tho.


I am buying like a crazy.  And you are right about price dropping reason.
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October 06, 2014, 02:45:29 AM
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Thanks everyone for the support- we have been working away at this like crazy but we are not satisfied with the level of testing applied to the current solution. While everything in the 0.1.5 RC3 development candidate seems fine we need to test it more before we release it. To be clear the previous issue that caused the postponement with encrypted wallets has been resolved sufficiently, the issue we're addressing now is different.

Development Update

We'll be delaying the RC3 release for up to 72hrs in order to complete testing on the current candidate code- we do apologize for the delay!

I've also gone ahead and updated the post on our blog with this information as well. We expect to release this sooner than 72hrs.

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October 06, 2014, 10:38:35 AM
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Thanks @dano - the professional and rigorous approach from this team + your new blockchain technologies = bright future for this coin!

 
Thanks everyone for the support- we have been working away at this like crazy but we are not satisfied with the level of testing applied to the current solution. While everything in the 0.1.5 RC3 development candidate seems fine we need to test it more before we release it. To be clear the previous issue that caused the postponement with encrypted wallets has been resolved sufficiently, the issue we're addressing now is different.

Development Update

We'll be delaying the RC3 release for up to 72hrs in order to complete testing on the current candidate code- we do apologize for the delay!

I've also gone ahead and updated the post on our blog with this information as well. We expect to release this sooner than 72hrs.
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October 06, 2014, 10:58:14 AM
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......Soon as I can get back to my account, free fee or not.....I'm pulling out.
Hell with you guys.


Just don't sell your sys  Wink
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Never....I'm just going to another exchange. That was directed at moolah not Sys devs.
Check out mintpal site right now and all their excuses. They're still down and it ain't pretty.

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October 06, 2014, 12:28:14 PM
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They ran into problems with the migration, it's not uncommon and it doesn't detract from the way they've run the exchange up to this point; nor does it foretell the way they will run it moving forward. I'm staying loyal to Mintpal. Let the anti-Moolah brigade jump ship Wink


......Soon as I can get back to my account, free fee or not.....I'm pulling out.
Hell with you guys.


Just don't sell your sys  Wink

Never....I'm just going to another exchange. That was directed at moolah not Sys devs.
Check out mintpal site right now and all their excuses. They're still down and it ain't pretty.
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October 06, 2014, 12:42:43 PM
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I sold all my syscoins for personnel reasons but think it will rise one day.

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October 06, 2014, 02:06:48 PM
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I sold all my syscoins for personnel reasons but think it will rise one day.

That's too bad and I'm sorry to hear that personal reasons have led you to that decision, thanks for the support though.

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