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March 02, 2015, 03:00:55 AM
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Just wanted to update on my situation.  I'm still coding some loose ends for my business, but none the less I'm going to start working on the plan for this new code base.  My goal is simplicity while still being secure.  I'm not sure when I'll get done with the diagrams but as I go from topic to topic involving how to put this together I'll post here.  There should be at least some kind of weekly activity from me at this point.  Expect just diagrams and planning this month.
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March 02, 2015, 06:02:10 AM
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Just wanted to update on my situation.  I'm still coding some loose ends for my business, but none the less I'm going to start working on the plan for this new code base.  My goal is simplicity while still being secure.  I'm not sure when I'll get done with the diagrams but as I go from topic to topic involving how to put this together I'll post here.  There should be at least some kind of weekly activity from me at this point.  Expect just diagrams and planning this month.

Great! Thanks for the update!

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March 07, 2015, 06:02:46 PM
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Status Update::

Planning Stage --

1.) Choosing the development language.

I was doing some more research into cross platform languages.  The more I thought about it, the more a mistake it would be to select a language from a company that might go under in the future despite how good it might be.  For that reason the language of choice needed to be C++.

So I'm looking into all the C++ compilers that are out there right now that are NOT Qt.  My gripe with QT that I mentioned in previous posts is their lack of true Mac Os X Support and how difficult the compile process will get in the future (as I experienced already).  Yes it will compile now, but will the source suddenly break when Apple comes out with a new O.S design? So compile stability is a MUST.

I'm only going to use these libraries for their GUI elements & 'maybe' there threading/socket interfaces after some research if they seem stable and well-written.  

I'm open to suggestions.  Key to my design strategy is as 'few' libraries as possible to reduce dependency problems and make it easy for new users to compile.

List of C++ GUI Alternatives

wxWidgets http://wxwidgets.org/
GTK+
FLTK
FOX
Ultimate++
JUCE

I got this list from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6559099/alternatives-to-qt

Currently investigating wxWidgets...

If anyone has other suggestions let me know.

EDIT

It has come to my attention that web browsers are a cross platform GUI.  In fact the ultimate one since it could be customized however you like and would be perfect for the market place.  Not to mention it won't break with new updates!!

That said, I have experience in talking back and forth between the C++ application and the web browser and making sure it is completely CORS supported.  (Without CORS support it will not allow connections to localhost).  GAIA coin does something similar, and I added support a long time ago in my past work with Cloak.

To pull this off the only library I would need is a good 'socket' and 'thread' library (I'll use BOOST if necessary, that is what bitcoin uses right now) now & an easier way to load up the browser, unless everyone is okay starting the app seeing no GUI and then going to 127.0.0.1 in their browser...which I'll do I suppose for now.
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March 08, 2015, 07:01:00 AM
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Status Update::

Planning Stage --

1.) Choosing the development language.

I was doing some more research into cross platform languages.  The more I thought about it, the more a mistake it would be to select a language from a company that might go under in the future despite how good it might be.  For that reason the language of choice needed to be C++.

So I'm looking into all the C++ compilers that are out there right now that are NOT Qt.  My gripe with QT that I mentioned in previous posts is their lack of true Mac Os X Support and how difficult the compile process will get in the future (as I experienced already).  Yes it will compile now, but will the source suddenly break when Apple comes out with a new O.S design? So compile stability is a MUST.

I'm only going to use these libraries for their GUI elements & 'maybe' there threading/socket interfaces after some research if they seem stable and well-written.  

I'm open to suggestions.  Key to my design strategy is as 'few' libraries as possible to reduce dependency problems and make it easy for new users to compile.

List of C++ GUI Alternatives

wxWidgets http://wxwidgets.org/
GTK+
FLTK
FOX
Ultimate++
JUCE

I got this list from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6559099/alternatives-to-qt

Currently investigating wxWidgets...

If anyone has other suggestions let me know.

EDIT

It has come to my attention that web browsers are a cross platform GUI.  In fact the ultimate one since it could be customized however you like and would be perfect for the market place.  Not to mention it won't break with new updates!!

That said, I have experience in talking back and forth between the C++ application and the web browser and making sure it is completely CORS supported.  (Without CORS support it will not allow connections to localhost).  GAIA coin does something similar, and I added support a long time ago in my past work with Cloak.

To pull this off the only library I would need is a good 'socket' and 'thread' library (I'll use BOOST if necessary, that is what bitcoin uses right now) now & an easier way to load up the browser, unless everyone is okay starting the app seeing no GUI and then going to 127.0.0.1 in their browser...which I'll do I suppose for now.

I am no technician but as you described it, its similar to gaiawallet. I tested this wallet from the beginning and it is great. So why not contact RagingBull if Problems? We need cooperations in crypto. Thx for getting informed. Xcash seems not to be dead and that is great...

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March 08, 2015, 07:55:53 AM
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Hello,
Can someone inform me about any working nodes? I've got 1 connection only for my wallet.
Appreciate for help.
Thanks.

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March 08, 2015, 01:47:05 PM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
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Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.
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March 08, 2015, 02:02:18 PM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
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Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.

Contact support.

Your address is xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX ?

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March 08, 2015, 02:47:49 PM
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I think there is no way around it, I'll need to use BOOST for the socket library since its cross platform and seems to be the most reliable, which I suppose I don't have any problems with, its working right now for just about every implementation of bitcoin.

However, I still need to find a cross platform launcher which will load the browser up.  I'm thinking I can use a system console type command to attempt to launch the default browser to 127.0.0.1:31337 (or some port we decide on).  Then the software app will look for local html/css files to handle GUI & AJAX to update in realtime.

I'll see if I can put together a demo.

After I figure this out, I'm done on programming until more planning.  In particular, my focus will be a strategy to handle the fixed ledger, large transaction volume & the marketplace.
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March 08, 2015, 06:07:50 PM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
Quote
Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.

Contact support.

Your address is xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX ?
Thanks,,, CS had said :
"I cannot use a stealth address"

so, how can I get a normal address? in OP the same types Cry
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March 09, 2015, 12:51:04 PM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
Quote
Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.

Contact support.

Your address is xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX ?
Thanks,,, CS had said :
"I cannot use a stealth address"

so, how can I get a normal address? in OP the same types Cry

Hey bluez69, Ignore anything from MinermanNC account. It was my account that was hacked and stolen yesterday around 2pm est. I am working to get it back. Just a heads up for you!! Some of the Admins are aware of it already.

the real
MinermanNC Smiley

MMNC

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March 09, 2015, 04:10:04 PM
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I think there is no way around it, I'll need to use BOOST for the socket library since its cross platform and seems to be the most reliable, which I suppose I don't have any problems with, its working right now for just about every implementation of bitcoin.

However, I still need to find a cross platform launcher which will load the browser up.  I'm thinking I can use a system console type command to attempt to launch the default browser to 127.0.0.1:31337 (or some port we decide on).  Then the software app will look for local html/css files to handle GUI & AJAX to update in realtime.

I'll see if I can put together a demo.

After I figure this out, I'm done on programming until more planning.  In particular, my focus will be a strategy to handle the fixed ledger, large transaction volume & the marketplace.

Good to see you're still at it :-)

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March 09, 2015, 05:30:15 PM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
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Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.

Contact support.

Your address is xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX ?
Thanks,,, CS had said :
"I cannot use a stealth address"

so, how can I get a normal address? in OP the same types Cry

Yes got the same problem how to get a normal add not a stealth add ?
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March 10, 2015, 06:47:34 AM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
Quote
Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.

Contact support.

Your address is xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX ?
Thanks,,, CS had said :
"I cannot use a stealth address"

so, how can I get a normal address? in OP the same types Cry

Yes got the same problem how to get a normal add not a stealth add ?

I tried an address at Cryptsy and had the same issue...

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March 11, 2015, 01:42:45 PM
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I think there is no way around it, I'll need to use BOOST for the socket library since its cross platform and seems to be the most reliable, which I suppose I don't have any problems with, its working right now for just about every implementation of bitcoin.

However, I still need to find a cross platform launcher which will load the browser up.  I'm thinking I can use a system console type command to attempt to launch the default browser to 127.0.0.1:31337 (or some port we decide on).  Then the software app will look for local html/css files to handle GUI & AJAX to update in realtime.

I'll see if I can put together a demo.

After I figure this out, I'm done on programming until more planning.  In particular, my focus will be a strategy to handle the fixed ledger, large transaction volume & the marketplace.
So how long until first release. How will I get my new coins (I hold over 100K xcash)

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March 12, 2015, 04:25:27 PM
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Hi, I need help,,,
my xcash can not be drawn from bittrex Huh
Quote
Address: xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX
The address you submitted is not valid for the XCASH network. Cancel this withdrawal and resubmit it.

Contact support.

Your address is xr18hKujoMmANhn3iferGPEdw2hN3gAcKbDNbwSRUJtHW3VKDp6DnrcgkGHFnSLfMruWawTNdsgbRZn eFi9T4at69iSa1FwKTiQXQX ?
Thanks,,, CS had said :
"I cannot use a stealth address"

so, how can I get a normal address? in OP the same types Cry

Yes got the same problem how to get a normal add not a stealth add ?

I heard from their support how you can get the address they want. You go to the debug console and type:

Code:
getnewaddress '' normal

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March 13, 2015, 02:22:52 AM
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Great, thanks Jonesd!
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Anyone have some current nodes? I've got one connection only for my wallet.
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March 14, 2015, 05:50:49 AM
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Having issues moving coins from bittrex to cryptsy, due to an invalid address.
Where can I find this debug console?
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March 14, 2015, 12:54:25 PM
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Having issues moving coins from bittrex to cryptsy, due to an invalid address.
Where can I find this debug console?


You can only use it in your own wallet, so probably best to first move it there.

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March 14, 2015, 12:58:42 PM
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i see, thanks.
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March 16, 2015, 03:36:16 PM
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What's going on with this coin? why is trading disabled at bittrex?

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