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August 01, 2017, 11:11:54 PM
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Yep i have like 60 banned peers
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August 01, 2017, 11:26:48 PM
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I look forward to kano-san's sage wisdom regarding this.  I suspect, though have no data, that it's possibly related to the forked up shitcoincrash that's being tossed about like a dirty diaper, which both smells and is as unwanted 'round these parts!

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August 02, 2017, 12:56:28 AM
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Regarding the Bitcoin 'fork':

The fork occurred at 478559
The Bitcoin block hash was ...000019f112ec...
The Cashcow hash was ...0000651ef99c...

As at now:

Since then there have been (478635) 76 more (77 total) Bitcoin blocks

and 6 more (7 total) Cashcow blocks - 3 mined by ViaBTC and 4 mined that
say "Genesis Block 269-273 Hennessy Road Wan Chai Hong Kong" - whoever that is

So that makes for 84 blocks and 7 of those 84 (8.3%) are on the fork.

Rough numbers, but gives us a vague idea of how much hash rate has left Bitcoin but would indeed suggest a possible nice diff drop coming up next Smiley

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August 02, 2017, 01:02:44 AM
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big runup on bcc  near 450  btc is solid at 2700

I am hodling all my core coins for now .  I have a new avalon pointed here  my hash is over 35th

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August 02, 2017, 01:59:10 AM
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Looking to bump up my hashrate here with some new miners. Anyone know of any hosting providers that have any available space? The one I'm currently using is out of power for more miners.
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August 02, 2017, 02:06:35 AM
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Has anyone else noticed the Banned peers list getting really large in their bitcoin core wallet/full node?

dzimmerm

Just took a look at my node. (I just restarted it this morning.) Currently I have 18 connections and two in my banned list. Of course that number may grow the longer it is online.

EDIT: I have five in the banned list now.
Interesting. Mine's been up for about three days straight now...119 connections, 85 on the banned list (all from today).
My bitcoinds are a little more aggressive at banning connections Smiley
I blacklist IP addresses automatically in ipsets ... lots Smiley
So I'd only be guessing, but yep it does sound like core banning nodes sending out invalid blocks, which is, of course, reasonable.

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August 02, 2017, 03:27:19 AM
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Block by bobsyouruncle! Cheesy

This is our 1st of BLOCK AUGUST! Cheesy

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August 02, 2017, 03:40:59 AM
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My bitcoinds are a little more aggressive at banning connections Smiley
I blacklist IP addresses automatically in ipsets ... lots Smiley
So I'd only be guessing, but yep it does sound like core banning nodes sending out invalid blocks, which is, of course, reasonable.
Way cool...I figured the same. Methinks it maketh sense...  Cool

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August 02, 2017, 04:08:54 AM
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.. and since there are no doubt more new users around, and some who may look at a 441.410% block and wonder why ... Smiley

The usual CDF table I post every so often:

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0.39346934028737   50.000%  1 in 1.6
 0.63212055882856  100.000%  1 in 2.7
 0.77686983985157  150.000%  1 in 4.5
 0.86466471676339  200.000%  1 in 7.4
 0.95021293163214  300.000%  1 in 20.1
 0.98168436111127  400.000%  1 in 54.6
 0.98789455587645  441.410%  1 in 82.6
 0.99326205300091  500.000%  1 in 148.4
 0.99752124782333  600.000%  1 in 403.4
 0.99872735771441  666.666%  1 in 785.8
 0.99908811803445  700.000%  1 in 1096.6
 0.99966453737210  800.000%  1 in 2981.0
 0.99987659019591  900.000%  1 in 8103.1

So that shows the expected block luck statistics, translated as follows ...

ALL pools expect, on average, after having found LOTS of blocks, to average about 1 in 82.6 blocks to be 441.410% or more.

... and picking another random line from the above:
ALL pools expect, on average, after having found LOTS of blocks, to average about 1 in 7.4 blocks to be 200% or more.

... and using very inaccurate rounding ... it's roughly 2/3 of blocks are expected to be under 100% and roughly 1/3 of blocks are expected to be over 100%

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August 02, 2017, 09:56:29 AM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

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August 02, 2017, 11:30:19 AM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

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August 02, 2017, 11:47:45 AM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

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You can't spent a coin twice! It's one or the other. I'm right or?
Your coins in your own wallet before the fork, exist, afterwards, on both sides of the fork.

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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

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You can't spent a coin twice! It's one or the other. I'm right or?

If you had a BTC coin before the split in a wallet with private keys then you should get 1 coin of BCH for every Coin of BTC that you've had.  Although there is still a lot of confusion on how to split them, well at least to me and at least until I get the Nano S wallet in like 5 days. Smiley. Where from what I've read it shouldn't be difficult.  Will see.

And have you seen the price go up to over $600 already for the Other coin?  Was like $250 this morning I believe!
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August 02, 2017, 01:26:11 PM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

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You can't spent a coin twice! It's one or the other. I'm right or?

If you had a BTC coin before the split in a wallet with private keys then you should get 1 coin of BCH for every Coin of BTC that you've had.  Although there is still a lot of confusion on how to split them, well at least to me and at least until I get the Nano S wallet in like 5 days. Smiley. Where from what I've read it shouldn't be difficult.  Will see.

And have you seen the price go up to over $600 already for the Other coin?  Was like $250 this morning I believe!

So how does that work? All my BTC is in my Core Wallet. I thought only Exchanges gave both coins in a split to cover customer losses. I can't imagine a wallet would care nor grant you an equal amount of an alt coin within itself or am I reading something totally wrong here?

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August 02, 2017, 01:36:20 PM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

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You can't spent a coin twice! It's one or the other. I'm right or?

If you had a BTC coin before the split in a wallet with private keys then you should get 1 coin of BCH for every Coin of BTC that you've had.  Although there is still a lot of confusion on how to split them, well at least to me and at least until I get the Nano S wallet in like 5 days. Smiley. Where from what I've read it shouldn't be difficult.  Will see.

And have you seen the price go up to over $600 already for the Other coin?  Was like $250 this morning I believe!

So how does that work? All my BTC is in my Core Wallet. I thought only Exchanges gave both coins in a split to cover customer losses. I can't imagine a wallet would care nor grant you an equal amount of an alt coin within itself or am I reading something totally wrong here?

See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2059111.0


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August 02, 2017, 03:02:46 PM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

Thanks!

You can't spent a coin twice! It's one or the other. I'm right or?

If you had a BTC coin before the split in a wallet with private keys then you should get 1 coin of BCH for every Coin of BTC that you've had.  Although there is still a lot of confusion on how to split them, well at least to me and at least until I get the Nano S wallet in like 5 days. Smiley. Where from what I've read it shouldn't be difficult.  Will see.

And have you seen the price go up to over $600 already for the Other coin?  Was like $250 this morning I believe!

So how does that work? All my BTC is in my Core Wallet. I thought only Exchanges gave both coins in a split to cover customer losses. I can't imagine a wallet would care nor grant you an equal amount of an alt coin within itself or am I reading something totally wrong here?

I moved all BTC into a BTC.com wallet.  They've implemented a tool to split out your BCC for you.  I know there are other ways to do it with your hard wallet backup seed, but this way was pretty easy and painless.  You just need a BCC wallet set up before splitting.  I sent the new BCC directly to a HitBTC exchange account as they already accept BCC transactions.  I'm sure many more will accept BCC in the near future though.

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Another way to look at this is that Kano deserves kudos for manually pushing out those last payments to our core wallets.  Had they waited for the usual block confirmation cycle, you'd be getting them post-fork and you'd only have them on your BTC chain.

Thanks Kano!
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I moved all BTC into a BTC.com wallet.  They've implemented a tool to split out your BCC for you.  I know there are other ways to do it with your hard wallet backup seed, but this way was pretty easy and painless.  You just need a BCC wallet set up before splitting.  I sent the new BCC directly to a HitBTC exchange account as they already accept BCC transactions.  I'm sure many more will accept BCC in the near future though.

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I assume you moved your BTC to the online BTC.com wallet before the network split though right?

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August 02, 2017, 04:49:47 PM
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Guys I have an urgent question!  I have some BTC in my old Ledger wallet which didn't make 2 different accounts for BTC and BCC yet but I need to sell BTC right now but at the same time don't want to loose the BCC.  Is there an exchange where I could transfer the my BTC and It would split the coin in 2?  Or is it even possible?

Thanks!

You can't spent a coin twice! It's one or the other. I'm right or?

If you had a BTC coin before the split in a wallet with private keys then you should get 1 coin of BCH for every Coin of BTC that you've had.  Although there is still a lot of confusion on how to split them, well at least to me and at least until I get the Nano S wallet in like 5 days. Smiley. Where from what I've read it shouldn't be difficult.  Will see.

And have you seen the price go up to over $600 already for the Other coin?  Was like $250 this morning I believe!

So how does that work? All my BTC is in my Core Wallet. I thought only Exchanges gave both coins in a split to cover customer losses. I can't imagine a wallet would care nor grant you an equal amount of an alt coin within itself or am I reading something totally wrong here?

Actually no, all of the exchanges that I have an account with send me an email before the split, specifically saying that they won't support BCH so you better pull your BTC out to a wallet that will support it like Ledger Nano S because if you don't you won't get your BTC split with them and won't get the second coin.  Although as far as I know some exchanges told their customers that they'll give them some BCH but there's no guarantees unless you had the private keys of your wallet.
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August 02, 2017, 09:09:19 PM
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Kano - It has been a while since I've checked here. I have been looking back in the code for the android app and noticed that the endpoint for seeing the JSON data is formatted as JSON data but the the content type is returning as text/html.
I know changing it to "application/json" may break existing apps including my own, but since I'm back and mining on the pool again and noticed this, I thought I would let you know.  Wink

I plan on making an update for the android app to handle both in the case that this situation is updated, otherwise it will continue to function the same. I figure it is time to give it a face lift and more options, time permitting of course.

The following:
 Content-Type:text/html; charset=UTF-8
Should read:
 Content-Type:application/json; charset=UTF-8

Code:
Request URL:https://kano.is/index.php?k=api&username=[]&api=[]&json=y
Request Method:GET
Status Code:200 OK
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Response Headers
view source
Cache-Control:no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate
Connection:Keep-Alive
Content-Encoding:gzip
Content-Length:222
Content-Type:text/html; charset=UTF-8
Date:Wed, 02 Aug 2017 20:59:13 GMT
Expires:Thu, 19 Nov 1981 08:52:00 GMT
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