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Author Topic: [ANN][CRW] CROWN (MN-PoS) | Platform | NFT framework | Governance | Masternodes  (Read 315725 times)
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April 02, 2017, 07:25:03 PM
Last edit: April 02, 2017, 07:36:18 PM by crowncoin_knight
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Bit more info on Masternodes here, good to see Crown next to Dash and PIVX

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky44sOBh7Ig

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April 03, 2017, 10:32:22 AM
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Service notice:

Node-VPS will not host more thrones (Trons) until more come online, trying to keep things level

node-vps.com - Tron / Masternode hosting services
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April 03, 2017, 01:18:12 PM
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1) How many coins are there in total?
2) inflation?
3) How many people are on the team and who are they?
4) What is the singularity of the coin?
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April 03, 2017, 01:38:58 PM
Last edit: April 03, 2017, 01:50:40 PM by granat
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April 03, 2017, 02:03:33 PM
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1) How many coins are there in total?
2) inflation?
3) How many people are on the team and who are they?
4) What is the singularity of the coin?

The web site (http://crown.tech) and the OP answer your questions I think.
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April 03, 2017, 02:31:25 PM
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports.... 
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

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April 03, 2017, 02:52:34 PM
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports....  
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

Theres quite a few.. i recommend looking around. You shouldn't be paying much more than $5 per month.

The spec you need

1GB ram
10gb hard drive (Min)
Quite some bandwidth

Examples

OVH
Vultr
Lowendbox
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April 03, 2017, 06:46:51 PM
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Hi Guys/Girls,

I just got started with Crown Coins and downloaded the wallet of your site.

But somehow the initial syncing is taking forever, it has been running for 12+ hours and theres still 1 year and 29 weeks left.

My system specs:
OS: Win10 Pro 64Bit
Intel Core i7 6700K (4,5Ghz)
16GB DDR4 Ram
NVMe SSD

Internet Speeds: 100/100 mbit Fiber

what could be causing this 'problem'?

Thanks in advance!
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April 03, 2017, 07:02:47 PM
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....

what could be causing this 'problem'?
5 GB takes a while.

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
Always be on the look out, because you never know when you'll be stalked by hit-men that eat nothing but cream cheese....
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April 03, 2017, 07:09:47 PM
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....

what could be causing this 'problem'?
5 GB takes a while.

with a 100/100mbit connection that would take like 15min, not 12+ hours and counting.
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April 03, 2017, 07:40:48 PM
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....

what could be causing this 'problem'?
5 GB takes a while.

with a 100/100mbit connection that would take like 15min, not 12+ hours and counting.
With P2P, the determining factor is the UL speed of peers, not your DL speed. You can only download information as fast as someone can send it to you; if you could download at the speed of light and you're connected to someone on dial-up, you're still only going to get the information at 56 kbit/s. Wink

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
Always be on the look out, because you never know when you'll be stalked by hit-men that eat nothing but cream cheese....
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April 03, 2017, 07:50:52 PM
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....

what could be causing this 'problem'?
5 GB takes a while.

with a 100/100mbit connection that would take like 15min, not 12+ hours and counting.

Where are you located? We've been trying to bring online some more nodes in different regions of the world. There was also an issue in malaysia until recently.
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April 03, 2017, 08:22:54 PM
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....

what could be causing this 'problem'?
5 GB takes a while.

with a 100/100mbit connection that would take like 15min, not 12+ hours and counting.
With P2P, the determining factor is the UL speed of peers, not your DL speed. You can only download information as fast as someone can send it to you; if you could download at the speed of light and you're connected to someone on dial-up, you're still only going to get the information at 56 kbit/s. Wink

i just installed an Ubuntu 16.04 VM on the same machine, this wallet has already passed my Windows machine with syncing in just 10 minutes.
i do understand that if there are no seeds my speed will be reducted. But the test with Linux proves there is no network/p2p bottleneck.

Windows client has 12 connections while the Linux client had 9.

Possibly a problem with the Windows Client?


....

what could be causing this 'problem'?
5 GB takes a while.

with a 100/100mbit connection that would take like 15min, not 12+ hours and counting.

Where are you located? We've been trying to bring online some more nodes in different regions of the world. There was also an issue in malaysia until recently.

I'm located in the Netherlands.
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April 03, 2017, 09:35:13 PM
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports....  
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

Theres quite a few.. i recommend looking around. You shouldn't be paying much more than $5 per month.

The spec you need

1GB ram
10gb hard drive (Min)
Quite some bandwidth

Examples

OVH
Vultr
Lowendbox


OVH has the majority by a wide margin. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/crw/masternodes.dws

If all their data centers were to go down, it would be extremely profitable for everyone else.

I personally like vultr. They have a nice interface and match your first $100, and are $5 otherwise. Lots of good options though.

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April 04, 2017, 07:36:16 AM
Last edit: April 04, 2017, 01:25:21 PM by Pito001
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports....  
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

Theres quite a few.. i recommend looking around. You shouldn't be paying much more than $5 per month.

The spec you need

1GB ram
10gb hard drive (Min)
Quite some bandwidth

Examples

OVH
Vultr
Lowendbox


OVH has the majority by a wide margin. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/crw/masternodes.dws

If all their data centers were to go down, it would be extremely profitable for everyone else.

I personally like vultr. They have a nice interface and match your first $100, and are $5 otherwise. Lots of good options though.

Also using vultr. Putting up one more as we speak.  Cool

Even have one running there on a 512MB plan ($2,5) no problems so far.

Edit: Make that two  Cool

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April 04, 2017, 04:37:16 PM
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports....  
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

Theres quite a few.. i recommend looking around. You shouldn't be paying much more than $5 per month.

The spec you need

1GB ram
10gb hard drive (Min)
Quite some bandwidth

Examples

OVH
Vultr
Lowendbox


OVH has the majority by a wide margin. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/crw/masternodes.dws

If all their data centers were to go down, it would be extremely profitable for everyone else.

I personally like vultr. They have a nice interface and match your first $100, and are $5 otherwise. Lots of good options though.

Also using vultr. Putting up one more as we speak.  Cool

Even have one running there on a 512MB plan ($2,5) no problems so far.

Edit: Make that two  Cool


Nice! Are you using your own script to build?
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April 04, 2017, 05:12:28 PM
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports....  
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

Theres quite a few.. i recommend looking around. You shouldn't be paying much more than $5 per month.

The spec you need

1GB ram
10gb hard drive (Min)
Quite some bandwidth

Examples

OVH
Vultr
Lowendbox


OVH has the majority by a wide margin. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/crw/masternodes.dws

If all their data centers were to go down, it would be extremely profitable for everyone else.

I personally like vultr. They have a nice interface and match your first $100, and are $5 otherwise. Lots of good options though.

Also using vultr. Putting up one more as we speak.  Cool

Even have one running there on a 512MB plan ($2,5) no problems so far.

Edit: Make that two  Cool


Nice! Are you using your own script to build?

No, script from here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BjvBg6OBKvMnZK_9swJFgI95NQmrDz8SrBo5GO-JdOE/edit
Works every time.  Smiley

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April 04, 2017, 05:52:06 PM
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Hey guys. finally my Bittrex withdraw was fixed. apparently "the withdraw was orphaned" whatever this means.
now i need to set up a throne and it seems my local ISP might be blocking some ports....  
any recommendation on a VPS service?
cheers!

Theres quite a few.. i recommend looking around. You shouldn't be paying much more than $5 per month.

The spec you need

1GB ram
10gb hard drive (Min)
Quite some bandwidth

Examples

OVH
Vultr
Lowendbox


OVH has the majority by a wide margin. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/crw/masternodes.dws

If all their data centers were to go down, it would be extremely profitable for everyone else.

I personally like vultr. They have a nice interface and match your first $100, and are $5 otherwise. Lots of good options though.

Also using vultr. Putting up one more as we speak.  Cool

Even have one running there on a 512MB plan ($2,5) no problems so far.

Edit: Make that two  Cool


Nice! Are you using your own script to build?

No, script from here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BjvBg6OBKvMnZK_9swJFgI95NQmrDz8SrBo5GO-JdOE/edit
Works every time.  Smiley

Lol cool. Had so many complaints about them i've lost count. We have new guides coming very soon and make setting up a Throne much easier than the current guides.

I mean buy a vps, log into it, copy/paste = VPS done.
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April 04, 2017, 07:13:55 PM
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Bit more info on Masternodes here, good to see Crown next to Dash and PIVX

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky44sOBh7Ig


Which is the third way quoted in STAGE 1 in >>> http://crown.tech/crown-revolution
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April 05, 2017, 05:16:22 AM
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Bit more info on Masternodes here, good to see Crown next to Dash and PIVX

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky44sOBh7Ig


Which is the third way quoted in STAGE 1 in >>> http://crown.tech/crown-revolution

I Luiz,

be great if you could join our private chat if you want to get involved and get to know the team and its plans.

But let me answer a bit, our third way is a situation where miners do not play a key role in the distribution of coins and keeping the network safe, since mining coins is not the most efficient way to sustain a blockchain 2.0 project. In our plans Thrones or Trons masternodes will be playing a much important role.

Let me paste here a text which will be online on crown.tech in the next few days concerning Trons:

What is a TRON?
The Crown platform utilizes masternodes called TRONs.  The minimal requirements for running a masternode are to just have a small compute session which is always on and connected to the network, and load the Crown software on it and set some configuration files up with some keys to confirm that you have the required 10,000 CRW collateral on the blockchain.
TRONs are still under development, but the TRONs on the Crown network server to:
Secure and stabilize the network and transactions.  
For those interested in how this works, there are ways that network security can be accomplished using mathematical properties which don’t involve mining algorithms, but functionally leverage randomness and network topology.  These techniques are used by a variety of different systems, from WeChat to Zookeeper -- just look up the Paxos Algorithm and go from there.  The Dash paxos implementation with InstantX is an elegant example.  
The network is secured by both the TRONs and merge-mining.  We like having multiple layers of security.

Provide another layer of governance.
TRONS will be able to make and vote on proposals for allocating the 10% of the block rewards which has been held back since the last code update in February 2017.  None of the funds held back from the block rewards have been allocated yet, and the existing development fund is composed of tokens contributed personally by members of the core team so that the project would have the resources to get to the point at which TRON voting would be turned on.  This code is in place and it is just a matter of turning it on this function that the platform inherits from Dash in the next update.

Provide Application Developers and TRON Operators with Business Opportunities
Once the API is developed, developers will be able to integrate Crown API calls and package applications which TRON operators would be able to offer to users managing the provisioning of compute resources, and payment for the application, through the Crown API in concert with other API’s or development tools.  TRON’s are, in a sense, franchises to operate a cloud application business running open source applications and accepting payment denominated in CRW.
The overall goal of the project is to do something useful with crypto.  The first use is to see if we can create an application economy running a cloud of open source applications.  The TRONs are the backbone to the Crown Cloud, which doesn’t exist yet – but which we hope to work with the community to build.

Why TRON?
Well… we needed a name.  Tron is close to the old name for the servers, throne – but a “tron” is active and not passive, and “tron” refers to the history of crypto where Hal Finney was involved with building the Atari game The Adventure of Tron.  
The key idea is that TRONs are active server nodes on the network.  A TRON can generate revenues by confirming transactions on the network – but it will also be able to use the Crown API, alongside other API’s to allow developers to build other businesses as well.

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