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April 26, 2017, 07:11:24 AM
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im staking everyday, thats why i was asking

How much coins is required for stacking ? Huh

No minimum ammount required.
By staking you earn 6% annual from your holdings, no matter if you have 10, 100, 10000 its 6% of that.

The algorithm, of cloakcoin is still x13? Does this support posmineria?

what is posmineria?
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April 26, 2017, 08:43:34 AM
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im staking everyday, thats why i was asking

How much coins is required for stacking ? Huh

No minimum ammount required.
By staking you earn 6% annual from your holdings, no matter if you have 10, 100, 10000 its 6% of that.

The algorithm, of cloakcoin is still x13? Does this support posmineria?

Yes, it's still X13. Changing from X13 would require a fork. I've no idea what posmineria is and Google seems equally in the dark Smiley
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April 26, 2017, 08:47:12 AM
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im staking everyday, thats why i was asking

How much coins is required for stacking ? Huh

No minimum ammount required.
By staking you earn 6% annual from your holdings, no matter if you have 10, 100, 10000 its 6% of that.

The algorithm, of cloakcoin is still x13? Does this support posmineria?

Yes, it's still X13. Changing from X13 would require a fork. I've no idea what posmineria is and Google seems equally in the dark Smiley

teosanru maybe you are from a spannish speaking country?, by 'pos mineria' you mean Pos minning?? if so Pos coins cant be directly mined you stack your coins and win an interest

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April 26, 2017, 12:48:15 PM
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decentralised governance is a key feature i see it mentioned but roughly how far away with full funding is it?


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April 26, 2017, 02:28:07 PM
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I have prepared Serbian translation and i have opened new thread (majority of ex-YU countries can understand it without problems). It is still under construction but already i have put lot of effort in this presentation. I'm waiting graphics and i will translate and OP as soon as i get it.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1886897.0

Feel free to send donations Grin..Cloaks of course!
C2L9xBHMQdUFQx7QPGMghNLZopSRng3yk2

Thanks!

You can rent this space
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April 26, 2017, 04:02:02 PM
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CLOAK is why not going to the moon Huh? all famous coins almost going to moon or arrived at moon but CLOAK taking tooooooo much longer time why why why?
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April 26, 2017, 05:41:20 PM
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CLOAK is why not going to the moon Huh? all famous coins almost going to moon or arrived at moon but CLOAK taking tooooooo much longer time why why why?

Because YOU are still posting here!  Angry

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April 26, 2017, 06:12:31 PM
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CLOAK is why not going to the moon Huh? all famous coins almost going to moon or arrived at moon but CLOAK taking tooooooo much longer time why why why?

Because YOU are still posting here!  Angry

is this fun talk? hahahahahaha Smiley
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April 26, 2017, 06:56:36 PM
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I'm more interested in a blocknet integration.

Maybe Joe can look into it.

Let me know who I should email and at what address and I'll gladly make some enquiries Smiley

Contact synechist https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=148620
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April 26, 2017, 07:38:49 PM
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I'm more interested in a blocknet integration.

Maybe Joe can look into it.

Let me know who I should email and at what address and I'll gladly make some enquiries Smiley

Contact synechist https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=148620
arlynculwick[at]blocknet.co

Cheers!

Thank you l33tn00b Smiley
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April 26, 2017, 08:16:22 PM
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I was using Enigma yesterday to send a few transactions but it wasn't consistent.

The first tx went using 3, the next using 5 expired and so did the following TX i tried to make. But then the next one using 5 went.

There were 25 nodes online. What holds up or allows Enigma transactions to expire? Is it lack of nodes?

And how does another node accept/validate an Enigma transaction, is it automatic or does the user have to 'okay' it?
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April 26, 2017, 09:22:06 PM
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I was using Enigma yesterday to send a few transactions but it wasn't consistent.

The first tx went using 3, the next using 5 expired and so did the following TX i tried to make. But then the next one using 5 went.

There were 25 nodes online. What holds up or allows Enigma transactions to expire? Is it lack of nodes?

And how does another node accept/validate an Enigma transaction, is it automatic or does the user have to 'okay' it?

Hi Fern

Thanks for the feedback! Enigma requests have a finite time to complete [default 1 minute]. Lack of nodes probably isn't the issue, it's more likely that the request is timing out. You can set a longer timeout by selecting a higher value on the send-coins page in the wallet. There are some improvements planned for the future to speed up onion-routing, which will help to improve the negotiation speed for Enigma transactions.

The accepting/validating by Enigma peers is automatic. As long as the node has Enigma enabled [default], it will participate in Enigma cloaking.

Hope this helps,

Joe
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April 26, 2017, 09:40:08 PM
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I was using Enigma yesterday to send a few transactions but it wasn't consistent.

The first tx went using 3, the next using 5 expired and so did the following TX i tried to make. But then the next one using 5 went.

There were 25 nodes online. What holds up or allows Enigma transactions to expire? Is it lack of nodes?

And how does another node accept/validate an Enigma transaction, is it automatic or does the user have to 'okay' it?

Hi Fern

Thanks for the feedback! Enigma requests have a finite time to complete [default 1 minute]. Lack of nodes probably isn't the issue, it's more likely that the request is timing out. You can set a longer timeout by selecting a higher value on the send-coins page in the wallet. There are some improvements planned for the future to speed up onion-routing, which will help to improve the negotiation speed for Enigma transactions.

The accepting/validating by Enigma peers is automatic. As long as the node has Enigma enabled [default], it will participate in Enigma cloaking.

Hope this helps,

Joe


Thanks Joe. It was still all very impressive. A compelling currency for sure
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April 26, 2017, 10:47:30 PM
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I was using Enigma yesterday to send a few transactions but it wasn't consistent.

The first tx went using 3, the next using 5 expired and so did the following TX i tried to make. But then the next one using 5 went.

There were 25 nodes online. What holds up or allows Enigma transactions to expire? Is it lack of nodes?

And how does another node accept/validate an Enigma transaction, is it automatic or does the user have to 'okay' it?

Hi Fern

Thanks for the feedback! Enigma requests have a finite time to complete [default 1 minute]. Lack of nodes probably isn't the issue, it's more likely that the request is timing out. You can set a longer timeout by selecting a higher value on the send-coins page in the wallet. There are some improvements planned for the future to speed up onion-routing, which will help to improve the negotiation speed for Enigma transactions.

The accepting/validating by Enigma peers is automatic. As long as the node has Enigma enabled [default], it will participate in Enigma cloaking.

Hope this helps,

Joe






I am specifically interested in the decentralised governance mentioned. Do you have the design for this already and what time frame until implementation?


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April 27, 2017, 05:26:38 AM
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I was using Enigma yesterday to send a few transactions but it wasn't consistent.

The first tx went using 3, the next using 5 expired and so did the following TX i tried to make. But then the next one using 5 went.

There were 25 nodes online. What holds up or allows Enigma transactions to expire? Is it lack of nodes?

And how does another node accept/validate an Enigma transaction, is it automatic or does the user have to 'okay' it?

Hi Fern

Thanks for the feedback! Enigma requests have a finite time to complete [default 1 minute]. Lack of nodes probably isn't the issue, it's more likely that the request is timing out. You can set a longer timeout by selecting a higher value on the send-coins page in the wallet. There are some improvements planned for the future to speed up onion-routing, which will help to improve the negotiation speed for Enigma transactions.

The accepting/validating by Enigma peers is automatic. As long as the node has Enigma enabled [default], it will participate in Enigma cloaking.

Hope this helps,

Joe






I am specifically interested in the decentralised governance mentioned. Do you have the design for this already and what time frame until implementation?



Hi cryptohunter

Only a rough design for the governance so far. We still have a few technical details to flesh out. In terms of time frame, the work won't start until the project is open sourced as it will require a fork.

Joe
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April 27, 2017, 09:04:44 AM
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CLOAK should be 50$
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April 27, 2017, 09:19:01 AM
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Good morning everybody,

I'm close to pushing out a v2.0.2.0 release for Cloak. This will incorporate a number of changes that have been made as part of the work for open sourcing the project. Development for this update is pretty much complete, so once it's been tested, it will be ready to go - hopefully within a week or so.

Note: Due to security improvements to both Enigma and CloakShield, the Enigma protocol version number has been bumped for this release. This means that v2.0.2.0 will not accept or process Enigma requests from older clients, the finalised Enigma transactions will of course be fully compatible with all previous versions of Cloak though Smiley

Here's a look at the current change log:

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v2.0.2.0
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* BugFix: Fix active CloakShield peer list pruning.
* New Feature: Add French translation set [QT] - Thanks BamBukah!
* Enhancement: Improve node-banning mechanisms for Enigma and CloakShield.
* Enhancement: Add signatures and verify sender and data integrity for CloakShield onion packets.
* Enhancement: Add signatures and verify sender and data integrity for Enigma announcements.
* Enhancement: Enigma peers broadcast a message to announce they are going offline.
* Enhancement: Add 'View TX on Block Explorer' to context menu in transaction view [QT].
* Enhancement: Give the QT wallet an additional lick of red paint [QT].

Joe

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April 27, 2017, 10:19:14 AM
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I am specifically interested in the decentralised governance mentioned. Do you have the design for this already and what time frame until implementation?



Hi cryptohunter

Only a rough design for the governance so far. We still have a few technical details to flesh out. In terms of time frame, the work won't start until the project is open sourced as it will require a fork.

Joe

What is the governance? What does that mean?
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April 27, 2017, 10:35:17 AM
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I am specifically interested in the decentralised governance mentioned. Do you have the design for this already and what time frame until implementation?



Hi cryptohunter

Only a rough design for the governance so far. We still have a few technical details to flesh out. In terms of time frame, the work won't start until the project is open sourced as it will require a fork.

Joe

What is the governance? What does that mean?

Governance is essentially control. The idea being that users cast votes with their wallet (while PoS mining) to control the future direction of the project. This could be used to control which new features are funded and implemented and also allow some community control over things such as block rewards.
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April 27, 2017, 11:17:21 AM
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Good morning everybody,

I'm close to pushing out a v2.0.2.0 release for Cloak. This will incorporate a number of changes that have been made as part of the work for open sourcing the project. Development for this update is pretty much complete, so once it's been tested, it will be ready to go - hopefully within a week or so.

Note: Due to security improvements to both Enigma and CloakShield, the Enigma protocol version number has been bumped for this release. This means that v2.0.2.0 will not accept or process Enigma requests from older clients, the finalised Enigma transactions will of course be fully compatible with all previous versions of Cloak though Smiley

Here's a look at the current change log:

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v2.0.2.0
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* BugFix: Fix active CloakShield peer list pruning.
* New Feature: Add French translation set [QT] - Thanks BamBukah!
* Enhancement: Improve node-banning mechanisms for Enigma and CloakShield.
* Enhancement: Add signatures and verify sender and data integrity for CloakShield onion packets.
* Enhancement: Add signatures and verify sender and data integrity for Enigma announcements.
* Enhancement: Enigma peers broadcast a message to announce they are going offline.
* Enhancement: Add 'View TX on Block Explorer' to context menu in transaction view [QT].
* Enhancement: Give the QT wallet an additional lick of red paint [QT].

Joe



Hello, i hope also for the BugFix for the
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CloakCoin.conf -> datadir=D:\Coins\CloakCoin
Bug, can't find the Blockchain...

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