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Author Topic: [ANN][XST] Junaeth - World’s first private high performance blockchain protocol  (Read 630558 times)
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February 16, 2015, 01:07:08 PM
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For syncing, the bootstrap file has been updated. Instructions from the OP follow:

StealthCoin Syncing Made Easy

1. Back up your wallet
2. Stop the old client
3. Go to the application data directory
4. Remove blk0001.dat, blkindex.dat, database, db.log, and debug.log
5. Download the zipped bootstrap file from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8rWObF4xz1YRzd1VVNXM0JrWEE/view?usp=sharing
6. Unpack the bootstrap file into the application data directory
7. Start the new client
8. For the new client your computer will pause momentarily at 71% to fill the key pool (you may not notice)
9. The progress will pause at 91% for as much as one hour (up to 2 hours for old computers!) to validate the bootstrap file
10. The chain may take 5 to 10 minutes to sync

good update by Dev about sync issue for new user, my wallet already working fine,

PLAY NOW
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February 16, 2015, 02:43:17 PM
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Buy 4.300 XST for 30 USD with your credit card!

This is how to proceed: you buy for me an e-gift card on Zappos website that costs 30 USD and I pay you 4.300 XST.

Accepted cards:  Visa, MasterCard, Disco, Amex !


Rules:
1) Escrow accepted from any reputable escrow
2) XST will be released from escrow 7 days after you pay me. For next orders the period will be reduced to 2-3 days.
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February 16, 2015, 03:05:49 PM
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Another offer: get 10.000 XST for 70 USD with any major credit card!
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February 16, 2015, 04:31:54 PM
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Can someone link me to that funny ass XST promo video? The one that starts out with "We have hidden all XYZ stealthcoins in this video, can you see them?" and ends with a promo for the Chinese. I can't find it D:

At least I'm pretty sure it was XST :/

Edit* I think it got taken down.. anyone still have it?? Or know who made it?

Check out this virtual sim city game www.MegaCryptoPolis.com. Buy some land early and watch the value go up. Easy Ether. Cheapest lots I've found are .04 ETH. Really cool use of tokens!
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February 17, 2015, 03:16:48 AM
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Can someone link me to that funny ass XST promo video? The one that starts out with "We have hidden all XYZ stealthcoins in this video, can you see them?" and ends with a promo for the Chinese. I can't find it D:

At least I'm pretty sure it was XST :/

Edit* I think it got taken down.. anyone still have it?? Or know who made it?

It's gone.

Unfortunately, I don't think anyone in the community thought to download it. The account that claimed to make it, probably no longer exists.
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February 17, 2015, 08:29:25 AM
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XST adopters, on our new forum I set up a thread "StealthCoin related FAQ"  The information is especially for newbies. I`ll complete it with more info in the future. You can also contribute in this task.

You can also ask questions there.

https://stealthcointalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=46&sid=81072e6e27ca6336066460dc7492652b
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February 17, 2015, 12:33:17 PM
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XST adopters, on our new forum I set up a thread "StealthCoin related FAQ"  The information is especially for newbies. I`ll complete it with more info in the future. You can also contribute in this task.

You can also ask questions there.

https://stealthcointalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=46&sid=81072e6e27ca6336066460dc7492652b


that is great news to see new live forum, that is awesome job by XST team.
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February 17, 2015, 05:23:31 PM
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XST adopters, on our new forum I set up a thread "StealthCoin related FAQ"  The information is especially for newbies. I`ll complete it with more info in the future. You can also contribute in this task.

You can also ask questions there.

https://stealthcointalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=46&sid=81072e6e27ca6336066460dc7492652b


Good job MR1
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February 18, 2015, 06:49:24 AM
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XST adopters, on our new forum I set up a thread "StealthCoin related FAQ"  The information is especially for newbies. I`ll complete it with more info in the future. You can also contribute in this task.

You can also ask questions there.

https://stealthcointalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=46&sid=81072e6e27ca6336066460dc7492652b


great job Mr1, keep it up. Smiley
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February 18, 2015, 09:52:18 AM
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Finally I succeed to change some money with btc and going to buy some XST for me as this coin coin looks very strong and impressive.
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February 18, 2015, 10:50:11 AM
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At the actual moment we don't have what to say but in few days many things will be announced by the devteam. So stay tuned as many features are under development . XST will succeed and lead in future.
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February 18, 2015, 01:05:05 PM
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Finally I succeed to change some money with btc and going to buy some XST for me as this coin coin looks very strong and impressive.

I sell XST for fiat money. You can pay by visa, mc, disco or amex. Check my latest posts and if you get interested let me know.
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February 18, 2015, 02:49:17 PM
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Finally I succeed to change some money with btc and going to buy some XST for me as this coin coin looks very strong and impressive.

I sell XST for fiat money. You can pay by visa, mc, disco or amex. Check my latest posts and if you get interested let me know.

it sounds great to get XST with fiat money, i already have XST and still holding,
i believe in Hondo and XST team, sure they will deliver.
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February 20, 2015, 01:28:10 AM
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For syncing, the bootstrap file has been updated. Instructions from the OP follow:

StealthCoin Syncing Made Easy

1. Back up your wallet
2. Stop the old client
3. Go to the application data directory
4. Remove blk0001.dat, blkindex.dat, database, db.log, and debug.log
5. Download the zipped bootstrap file from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8rWObF4xz1YRzd1VVNXM0JrWEE/view?usp=sharing
6. Unpack the bootstrap file into the application data directory
7. Start the new client
8. For the new client your computer will pause momentarily at 71% to fill the key pool (you may not notice)
9. The progress will pause at 91% for as much as one hour (up to 2 hours for old computers!) to validate the bootstrap file
10. The chain may take 5 to 10 minutes to sync

Good to know Smiley
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February 20, 2015, 08:05:37 AM
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Hey!

Are you looking for a multipool?

Then head over to my thread for more info!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=932225.0

PM me or reply on my thread, will NOT be looking here again.

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February 20, 2015, 08:35:02 AM
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Apologies for the Alerts: Everything Is OK!

I thought it would be safe to test the alert system tonight, but it looks as if a bug exists in this system. You will probably see many, many annoying popups. I terribly regret each popup you have to close. However each of those popups represents my trying to track down this bug. I believe I have fixed it (an explanation for the curious is below). The fix will be available in the release candidate (last closed source release) which I should have ready in a couple of days. In the meantime, I'm going to put up an alert that explains the alerts. I don't know what else to do. Again my apologies.

I realize that it has been a long time with this new wallet. But, in polishing up the revised Qt, I felt like I would do something that I wish other developers did: fix things before they add new things that don't work 100%. I'm tracking every bug great and small that I can find in this wallet, and fixing each of them. Each bug I find can take from a few minutes to about a week to fix, so it has required some time. Fixing bugs is vastly more time consuming than one might expect. Hopefully the user experience will be much more satisfying than if I added simply many bells and whistles that were not fully debugged.

-- Hondo



Alert bug description for the curios

An alert can cancel any other alert but not itself or else it can't be broadcast. If it can't be broadcast, it can't cancel other alerts. This is a classic chicken-egg problem. I fixed it so the last alert remains active so that it can cancel other alerts, but the gui is not notified if an alert effectively "cancels" itself. I'm surprised this has not been fixed in the StealthCoin lineage, but I believe that is because few coin developers actually use the alert system.

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February 20, 2015, 05:46:11 PM
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Apologies for the Alerts: Everything Is OK!

I thought it would be safe to test the alert system tonight, but it looks as if a bug exists in this system. You will probably see many, many annoying popups. I terribly regret each popup you have to close. However each of those popups represents my trying to track down this bug. I believe I have fixed it (an explanation for the curious is below). The fix will be available in the release candidate (last closed source release) which I should have ready in a couple of days. In the meantime, I'm going to put up an alert that explains the alerts. I don't know what else to do. Again my apologies.

I realize that it has been a long time with this new wallet. But, in polishing up the revised Qt, I felt like I would do something that I wish other developers did: fix things before they add new things that don't work 100%. I'm tracking every bug great and small that I can find in this wallet, and fixing each of them. Each bug I find can take from a few minutes to about a week to fix, so it has required some time. Fixing bugs is vastly more time consuming than one might expect. Hopefully the user experience will be much more satisfying than if I added simply many bells and whistles that were not fully debugged.

-- Hondo



Alert bug description for the curios

An alert can cancel any other alert but not itself or else it can't be broadcast. If it can't be broadcast, it can't cancel other alerts. This is a classic chicken-egg problem. I fixed it so the last alert remains active so that it can cancel other alerts, but the gui is not notified if an alert effectively "cancels" itself. I'm surprised this has not been fixed in the StealthCoin lineage, but I believe that is because few coin developers actually use the alert system.



that is nice update by Hondo, so take your time and make XST the best coin of the world.
good luck for your great job, keep it up.
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February 21, 2015, 07:40:26 AM
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This is great to see some post by Hondo here in this thread this will encourage the new investors those who don't want to go to slack . XST is evergreen and hidden treasure sooner will be shown to the entire world.
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February 21, 2015, 09:01:16 PM
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Apologies for the Alerts: Everything Is OK!

I thought it would be safe to test the alert system tonight, but it looks as if a bug exists in this system. You will probably see many, many annoying popups. I terribly regret each popup you have to close. However each of those popups represents my trying to track down this bug. I believe I have fixed it (an explanation for the curious is below). The fix will be available in the release candidate (last closed source release) which I should have ready in a couple of days. In the meantime, I'm going to put up an alert that explains the alerts. I don't know what else to do. Again my apologies.

I realize that it has been a long time with this new wallet. But, in polishing up the revised Qt, I felt like I would do something that I wish other developers did: fix things before they add new things that don't work 100%. I'm tracking every bug great and small that I can find in this wallet, and fixing each of them. Each bug I find can take from a few minutes to about a week to fix, so it has required some time. Fixing bugs is vastly more time consuming than one might expect. Hopefully the user experience will be much more satisfying than if I added simply many bells and whistles that were not fully debugged.

-- Hondo



Alert bug description for the curios

An alert can cancel any other alert but not itself or else it can't be broadcast. If it can't be broadcast, it can't cancel other alerts. This is a classic chicken-egg problem. I fixed it so the last alert remains active so that it can cancel other alerts, but the gui is not notified if an alert effectively "cancels" itself. I'm surprised this has not been fixed in the StealthCoin lineage, but I believe that is because few coin developers actually use the alert system.



that is nice update by Hondo, so take your time and make XST the best coin of the world.
good luck for your great job, keep it up.

what update? you guys still give pad to each other back? i have already lose faith with this hondo guy.
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February 21, 2015, 09:06:40 PM
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Apologies for the Alerts: Everything Is OK!

I thought it would be safe to test the alert system tonight, but it looks as if a bug exists in this system. You will probably see many, many annoying popups. I terribly regret each popup you have to close. However each of those popups represents my trying to track down this bug. I believe I have fixed it (an explanation for the curious is below). The fix will be available in the release candidate (last closed source release) which I should have ready in a couple of days. In the meantime, I'm going to put up an alert that explains the alerts. I don't know what else to do. Again my apologies.

I realize that it has been a long time with this new wallet. But, in polishing up the revised Qt, I felt like I would do something that I wish other developers did: fix things before they add new things that don't work 100%. I'm tracking every bug great and small that I can find in this wallet, and fixing each of them. Each bug I find can take from a few minutes to about a week to fix, so it has required some time. Fixing bugs is vastly more time consuming than one might expect. Hopefully the user experience will be much more satisfying than if I added simply many bells and whistles that were not fully debugged.

-- Hondo



Alert bug description for the curios

An alert can cancel any other alert but not itself or else it can't be broadcast. If it can't be broadcast, it can't cancel other alerts. This is a classic chicken-egg problem. I fixed it so the last alert remains active so that it can cancel other alerts, but the gui is not notified if an alert effectively "cancels" itself. I'm surprised this has not been fixed in the StealthCoin lineage, but I believe that is because few coin developers actually use the alert system.



that is nice update by Hondo, so take your time and make XST the best coin of the world.
good luck for your great job, keep it up.

what update? you guys still give pad to each other back? i have already lose faith with this hondo guy.

I know easy way how to fix your faith.Sell all coins what you own and please dont comment with new account here anymore.
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