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Author Topic: [ANN] xCash : First Coin Feat. 100% Stealth Anon - NEW xChange P2P OTC  (Read 139803 times)
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March 26, 2015, 01:55:16 PM
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I apologize, I got held up with work to pay the bills Sad, so its hard to get on here, but I'm still interested in this coin or the new version of it anyways.

There are a few things that are going to need to be made clear in regards to the current xCash holders.  Integrating the old coin value into the new coin I plan on attempting will be difficult if I attempt to do it directly.  By directly I mean, add into the code special conditions to look at the existing xCash online database and transfer etc...  Therefore, we'll have to come to some community assessment for how we plan to transfer xCash holders to the new coin.  I do have a few ideas for how it could be done.

Since the amount of major xCash holders is so small this should not be too difficult to do.

Possible Ideas

1.) We put the xCash funds into an address online that is public and visible for xCash holders currently.  I can then hardcode an equivalent amount of currency to preexisting addresses in the blockchain of the new coin I create.  As long as this is public knowledge which funds are going to what addresses and we are open about that here I think it will be okay for the coin just starting out.

Pros
  • Very easy to transfer funds
  • Proof you will receive funds within the blockchain of the new coin

Cons
  • Requires trust that I will integrate into the new coin

This is the first idea I have so far, I'll put more as I think of them, but I want to do something to reward the current holders of xCash and transfer them over as best as possible.




I say go with this one.

For me it sounds OK too
Agreed

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March 27, 2015, 08:53:36 AM
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Ok. All on board - then cmon dev: make it happen...  Cheesy

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March 28, 2015, 05:54:57 PM
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only 3 day remain,.... dev..come on. Wink

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March 28, 2015, 05:58:43 PM
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only 3 day remain,.... dev..come on. Wink

Three days?

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March 28, 2015, 11:49:17 PM
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I apologize, I got held up with work to pay the bills Sad, so its hard to get on here, but I'm still interested in this coin or the new version of it anyways.

There are a few things that are going to need to be made clear in regards to the current xCash holders.  Integrating the old coin value into the new coin I plan on attempting will be difficult if I attempt to do it directly.  By directly I mean, add into the code special conditions to look at the existing xCash online database and transfer etc...  Therefore, we'll have to come to some community assessment for how we plan to transfer xCash holders to the new coin.  I do have a few ideas for how it could be done.

Since the amount of major xCash holders is so small this should not be too difficult to do.

Possible Ideas

1.) We put the xCash funds into an address online that is public and visible for xCash holders currently.  I can then hardcode an equivalent amount of currency to preexisting addresses in the blockchain of the new coin I create.  As long as this is public knowledge which funds are going to what addresses and we are open about that here I think it will be okay for the coin just starting out.

Pros
  • Very easy to transfer funds
  • Proof you will receive funds within the blockchain of the new coin

Cons
  • Requires trust that I will integrate into the new coin

This is the first idea I have so far, I'll put more as I think of them, but I want to do something to reward the current holders of xCash and transfer them over as best as possible.





sounds good x11joe, i have no reason not to trust you....thank you
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March 29, 2015, 09:04:29 AM
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only 3 day remain,.... dev..come on. Wink

Three days?

Bittex wil delete their XCash-Wallt on April 1th,...so the dev should give us an adress to save the coins.

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March 29, 2015, 10:57:00 AM
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only 3 day remain,.... dev..come on. Wink

Three days?

Bittex wil delete their XCash-Wallt on April 1th,...so the dev should give us an adress to save the coins.

If you just read one page back, you can read an instruction on how to create a normal wallet address:

You go to the debug console and type:

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getnewaddress '' normal

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March 29, 2015, 04:07:50 PM
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Oh  Shocked  thanks, don´t red it.

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..works perfekt  Wink

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March 29, 2015, 05:37:35 PM
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Oh  Shocked  thanks, don´t red it.

edit://

..works perfekt  Wink

Good to hear Smiley

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March 29, 2015, 08:51:42 PM
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For those of you who don't want to setup a wallet to get your coins out of bittrex to cryptsy, I offer to transfer it:

1. (!) post amount, cryptsy address and (optional) donation amount/percentage here

2. send to OVER

3. receive amount -0.2 XCASH bittrex fee -donation on your cryptsy account
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March 30, 2015, 06:50:49 AM
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Pille:

9885.65583584 xcash   / 885.65583584 for U
cryptsy:
xr14VTRmbK7mW1e7uvWZx6GKwbZBxQ9Kqcg5D82GCqBLsXmzPCVGs6uUTjLKXpVwWHMpwg3D9hWxGuQ 55dCD26n9pRg9xJicsrXm7k

TY Smiley
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March 30, 2015, 09:18:56 AM
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Pille:

9885.65583584 xcash   / 885.65583584 for U
cryptsy:
xr14VTRmbK7mW1e7uvWZx6GKwbZBxQ9Kqcg5D82GCqBLsXmzPCVGs6uUTjLKXpVwWHMpwg3D9hWxGuQ 55dCD26n9pRg9xJicsrXm7k

TY Smiley

http://xcash.blockexplorer.cc/tx/64edf1b1daee579231c88c453ea7c64b489582c62d6553aec6ef0f3a2470655f#i0
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Edit: hm I still dont see my last deposit on cryptsy. I hope you've got yours?
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March 30, 2015, 12:44:36 PM
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Pille : I've got mine. Thank You for your help Wink
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March 30, 2015, 03:49:15 PM
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Hi Pille

I am getting invalid address message from bittrex trying to transfer to cryptsy, is your method a workaround for this ...? 



Pille:

9885.65583584 xcash   / 885.65583584 for U
cryptsy:
xr14VTRmbK7mW1e7uvWZx6GKwbZBxQ9Kqcg5D82GCqBLsXmzPCVGs6uUTjLKXpVwWHMpwg3D9hWxGuQ 55dCD26n9pRg9xJicsrXm7k

TY Smiley

http://xcash.blockexplorer.cc/tx/64edf1b1daee579231c88c453ea7c64b489582c62d6553aec6ef0f3a2470655f#i0
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Edit: hm I still dont see my last deposit on cryptsy. I hope you've got yours?
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March 30, 2015, 04:46:03 PM
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yes because my address is "normal", cryptsy has this long stealth addresses. At the moment I have problems receiving xcash to my cryptsy at all, for hours now. I hope its only a bug with them. You can save coins to my address anyway but I will send them out later, when cryptsy is ok again.
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March 30, 2015, 05:38:42 PM
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yes because my address is "normal", cryptsy has this long stealth addresses. At the moment I have problems receiving xcash to my cryptsy at all, for hours now. I hope its only a bug with them. You can save coins to my address anyway but I will send them out later, when cryptsy is ok again.

Ok thx. Will send you a pm.
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March 30, 2015, 07:09:36 PM
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I apologize, I got held up with work to pay the bills Sad, so its hard to get on here, but I'm still interested in this coin or the new version of it anyways.

There are a few things that are going to need to be made clear in regards to the current xCash holders.  Integrating the old coin value into the new coin I plan on attempting will be difficult if I attempt to do it directly.  By directly I mean, add into the code special conditions to look at the existing xCash online database and transfer etc...  Therefore, we'll have to come to some community assessment for how we plan to transfer xCash holders to the new coin.  I do have a few ideas for how it could be done.

Since the amount of major xCash holders is so small this should not be too difficult to do.

Possible Ideas

1.) We put the xCash funds into an address online that is public and visible for xCash holders currently.  I can then hardcode an equivalent amount of currency to preexisting addresses in the blockchain of the new coin I create.  As long as this is public knowledge which funds are going to what addresses and we are open about that here I think it will be okay for the coin just starting out.

Pros
  • Very easy to transfer funds
  • Proof you will receive funds within the blockchain of the new coin

Cons
  • Requires trust that I will integrate into the new coin

This is the first idea I have so far, I'll put more as I think of them, but I want to do something to reward the current holders of xCash and transfer them over as best as possible.




Why do you want to create new coin? What is wrong with XCash? Is there some serious bug? If no, than why to destroy such a nice coin. If yes, what kind of bug requires such dramatic changes?
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March 31, 2015, 07:20:23 AM
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It's not a bug, its about understanding the codebase in a way that makes sense.  The xCash codebase is organized like spaghetti code with a mishmash of different solutions that were coded for problems, ESPECIALLY in regards to the database.  There is 2 separate databases to track currency value when really there should be only 1. One uses BerklyDB the other LevelDB, 2 separate hash table database engines.  BerklyDB was the original, and LevelDB was supposed to better faster, but had problems on Mac with corruption etc...  So the programmers who did this initially half finished the conversion of the code for BerklyDB and left the other half LevelDB, leaving a huge mess to clean up.

So doing it the way I proposed will be less prone to errors and more secure long term.  Hope this clears some things up.

Note::

My solution is going to use an SQL table, which is slower if the ledger kept growing... HOWEVER... since I plan to have a limited ledger it will wind up being faster overall long-term and easier to maintain and understand.  Probably will use SQLite.
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March 31, 2015, 08:26:38 AM
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It's not a bug, its about understanding the codebase in a way that makes sense.  The xCash codebase is organized like spaghetti code with a mishmash of different solutions that were coded for problems, ESPECIALLY in regards to the database.  There is 2 separate databases to track currency value when really there should be only 1. One uses BerklyDB the other LevelDB, 2 separate hash table database engines.  BerklyDB was the original, and LevelDB was supposed to better faster, but had problems on Mac with corruption etc...  So the programmers who did this initially half finished the conversion of the code for BerklyDB and left the other half LevelDB, leaving a huge mess to clean up.

So doing it the way I proposed will be less prone to errors and more secure long term.  Hope this clears some things up.

Note::

My solution is going to use an SQL table, which is slower if the ledger kept growing... HOWEVER... since I plan to have a limited ledger it will wind up being faster overall long-term and easier to maintain and understand.  Probably will use SQLite.


Did you discuss this code change with cryptsy? Will it be possible to change wallet and all balances? Will cryptsy agree to that changes? If they agree, than simplest solution will be if everyone load their coins to cryptsy, they are trusted authority. Than wallet can be changed and people can withdraw from them to new wallet. In that case, they can have everything in 1 wallet and it will be simple to do the change.
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March 31, 2015, 09:38:55 AM
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I'm now in the 2nd level of tech support of cryptsy for my deposit problem Roll Eyes Unfortunatly I cannot double check again if I sent my coins to the correct stealth address, because its not displayed on blockexplorer or in my wallet transactionlist (xcashd). Is there another opportunity to see the stealth address again where its been sent?
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