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Author Topic: $XAI Sapience AIFX - Decentralized AI | 11% PoS | PlumeDB,IBTP on Testnet  (Read 148855 times)
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February 25, 2015, 12:52:32 AM
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Sadly, it was also that one of the initial crowd fund investors had his PC compromised. He lost all of his XAI, XQN, and other coins in the process. I was tracing back his XQN address earlier, and found that I bought a big chunk of his XQN at bitty, so the scammers that got hold of his coins, have dumped in the past 48 hours or so.

Be extremely careful with any wallets you decide to install. The suspect wallet was for some "hansa" coin IIRC, but he has not confirmed what was the effective source for the malware yet. Be cautions also with any OTC offers that you get on IRC. There is a series of scammers scouting the channels every single day...  Sad


Interesting to know. So what you are saying is, that dump should NOT have happened at all, correct?
Correct the dump should not have happened. it is not a true holder leaving the coin.
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February 25, 2015, 01:14:23 AM
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We have found the new floor. Things are looking great as we approach these new updates!

I agree. Additionally, this last pump and dump has put XAI on the radar of many traders.

being on the radar of the pump and dump shit heads is not a good thing. You want folks to find this coin and be awestruck by its potential, not its potential for the quick buck. The best advice I could give to anyone who really has hope for this project is to buy your coins and forget about them... like the fellow who bought the first btc pizza for 15k (or whatever the hell it was, you get the idea)

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
Read It. Hate It. Change the facts that it represents.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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February 25, 2015, 02:12:00 AM
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We have found the new floor. Things are looking great as we approach these new updates!

I agree. Additionally, this last pump and dump has put XAI on the radar of many traders.

being on the radar of the pump and dump shit heads is not a good thing. You want folks to find this coin and be awestruck by its potential, not its potential for the quick buck. The best advice I could give to anyone who really has hope for this project is to buy your coins and forget about them... like the fellow who bought the first btc pizza for 15k (or whatever the hell it was, you get the idea)


hmm while somewhat true, the fact of the matter is the poor mans computer/ wallet got hacked. it easily could have been any one of us, yourself included. then YOU would be deemed the culprit of the pump and dump. false accusations my friend

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February 25, 2015, 07:10:07 AM
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On tap for this week, we are looking to push out the AI Core features on testnet with some new builds to fulfill the original scope.  I'll also be integrating addressindex to support the asset platform, implementing internal P2P compression, and Plume bug fixes and API/RPC enhancements.  We'll be thinking through the possibilities with the potential xainodes token sale vs some alternatives.  And we have marketing activities running on a background thread.


we are so close guys...

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February 25, 2015, 10:54:38 AM
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my friends xai wallet v1.6.1.14g can΄t synchronice since 1 day now, only 1 connection.
i have got 14 connection, with the same version of the wallet.
is there a .conf or newer version of the wallet?
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February 25, 2015, 04:52:44 PM
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What do you guys make of the order book on bittrex?  52btc in buys?
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February 25, 2015, 05:02:14 PM
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Given the spreads, maybe just large investors protecting their holding from senseless dumps, maybe just new people that want to claim a position in XAI but don't want to pay for the ask price. Just wild guesses though. The people with the BTC on those orders are the only ones that really know  Cheesy

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February 25, 2015, 07:40:33 PM
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For those who missed Updates  Cool Have fun!

Public Testnet Wallet


sapience-qt-plm-windows64bit-19.zip 9.9 MB

This is a latest build from today that you can experiment with to see what it is we are building in action.  It is a bleeding-edge TEST build and therefore it will have bugs, issues, etc.  The Python shell is disabled in this Windows build while I sort through mingw issues and debate whether to swap to Lua.

You should only run this on testnet and not on mainnet with your wallets you care about.

You can either pass testnet from the command line:

Code:
start sapience-qt.exe -testnet

Or put an entry in your Sapience.conf file:

Code:
testnet=1

Note that since it is on testnet, we may reset the blockchain from time to time etc.  We'll try to give a heads up.  Also you will need coins on testnet to pay for data reservations, please post on the dfx.io forum thread for that:  http://forums.dfx.io/index.php?topic=82.0

The core of PlumeDB is fully functional in this build and we already have someone who is building an interesting demo app on top of it that looks pretty awesome.

Have fun!

Just a glimpse into the short and long term roadmap under the Sapience Space Program/XSA:



2 questions:

Is this a joke?
If not, why?

No joke.

XAI is really a lot more than "just" an "AI coin".  Sapience AIFX is intended to be a complete next-gen advanced blockchain platform, but deeply rooted in the Bitcoin protocol, building on top of and making full use of the capabilities that already exist in the Bitcoin protocol but that, to date, have been largely underutilized by alt-coins.  Why reinvent the wheel to produce so-called "Bitcoin 2.0" platforms when there is so much yet to be realized within the existing well-defined protocol specification.  So, to me, maybe this is "Bitcoin 3.0" concept, revisiting the roots...I dunno.

Next up on the roadmap is completion of the AI Core.  This leverages the Plume data store solution to provide a scriptable AI lib with an in-wallet script editor and interactive shell.  Most likely this shell is going to be swapped from Python to Lua for a couple of reasons:

1. Easier cross-platform compilation and integration
2. Lua has already gained a lot of traction in the game world for scriptable game AI
3. Its a lot more lightweight and therefore more resource friendly for devices like Raspberry Pi and Android

We have our own asset platform in the works, based on Counterparty but fully integrated in-wallet requiring no external daemon etc.  Our intention is to deliver a high quality user experience and make this really accessible to pull in folks from the regular investing world, decentralized with no dependency on web wallets etc.  Initially we will probably roll out an in-between solution.

Once the asset platform is up we are planning to do an issue of "xainodes" tokens that will be something akin to Bitshares AGS and operate as a DAC/DAO on the XAI blockchain, and possibly a vehicle to provide dev funding through the rest of this year.

XaiNet - We have already demo'd a PoC of IBTP in action.  This is our cross-blockchain communication solution that is really out-of-the-box Bitcoin P2P.  I simply dropped in the IBTP class and added an addnode in Litecoin and Shadow config files to connect them to my XAI node.  This allows us to send cross-coin-network messages directly between peers using the existing messaging structure in the Bitcoin protocol, but is smart enough so that peers from "foreign" networks don't try to exchange block inventory with each other etc.  This capability will allow us to hook both the scriptable AI engine and the asset platform in to every other coin network and allow us to then do interesting things with data from those networks and share services between them.

Our NextGen wallet is a complete Qt front-end wallet rewrite to provide a user experience that is more "with the times" and consistent across devices and platforms with flickable touch interfaces, etc.  This is really the key in our minds to gaining traction with a larger audience in the mass market.

As part of the NextGen wallet rewrite we are going to enable an NFC payments experience for users, for a simpler alternative to QR codes.

The #LunarNode project is a real endeavor on the long range roadmap.  It's the stretch goal / dream big goal for our project overall.  As a first step we would like to launch a XaiSat into low earth orbit.  These micro satellites are now widely available although they tend to have a short lifespan in space, but the standardization of the form factor since the late 90's has brought the cost down considerably.  There are a couple of engineering challenges we will need to solve around optimized synchronization/communication and equipment power, optimizing the code base for running on a low power device with lower power consumption.  There are a couple of interesting inspiring projects like the LunarSail project that are looking at alternatives for transit to the lunar area, as well as a faster delivery vehicle in development.  LunarSail is projecting something like a 3 year transit time to the moon, but there are a few other projects that we might be able to pull tech from and combine them to produce a faster transit time.  There's a project right now looking at using pressurized water.  So as a second step we would like to shoot for getting to lunar orbit, and then attempt de-orbit and a landing on the surface.  Our idea is perhaps a bit less ambitious than the Doge lunar race in that we aren't looking to transport and produce a mobile rover.  We simply want to deploy a functioning self-powered node on the surface, which we are thinking will entail something in the CubeSat form factor that can then "unfold" itself on the surface to provide more exposed solar panel surface area, etc.

On tap for this week, we are looking to push out the AI Core features on testnet with some new builds to fulfill the original scope.  I'll also be integrating addressindex to support the asset platform, implementing internal P2P compression, and Plume bug fixes and API/RPC enhancements.  We'll be thinking through the possibilities with the potential xainodes token sale vs some alternatives.  And we have marketing activities running on a background thread.

I have had more than a couple of people asking me about the IBTP p2p connectivity I demonstrated with LiteCoin and Shadow.  Apparently some folks are under the mistaken impression that this is using some sort of PROXY server simply because I had pointed it at my localhost IP.

THERE IS NO PROXY in this solution.  It is a DIRECT connection using out-of-the-box Bitcoin protocol features.  IT IS JUST BITCOIN.

This is enabled in the testnet build that was already released.  You can grab a LiteCoin wallet, put an addnode=yourip:30893 in your litecoin.conf file, fire it up on litecoin testnet and you will see the LiteCoin peer show up in getpeerinfo in your Sapience AIFX testnet wallet.  Can do the same with Shadow as well.  At some point we will look at how we want to go about including coins in XaiNet.

Also wanted to point out that we will be able to offer a XaiWire encrypted P2P messaging solution over the out-of-the-box Bitcoin communications channel using IBTP.  This is an "enabling technology" that will allow us to build more exciting applications on top of our advanced blockchain platform.

No friggin proxy required.  Thank you very much.  Cheesy

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February 25, 2015, 08:00:13 PM
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k i own some

#moon this shit!

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February 26, 2015, 04:16:55 AM
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All quiet on the western front
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February 26, 2015, 04:22:05 AM
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All quiet on the western front
I am hard at work coding... fixed a couple of bugs that would cause the testnet build to segfault periodically under certain circumstances, will have another testnet drop this week with more features Wink

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February 26, 2015, 05:28:34 AM
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TBH, I'm done asking for dev updates.  Dev has completely proven himself and his ability to produce, and that he isn't one of the shady worthless money grabbers.  Now I am just watching in anticipation.  Can't wait to see what he has up his sleeve.  GO CED !
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February 26, 2015, 05:35:14 AM
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All quiet on the western front

Start building things on the Sapience Engine, or at least planning them out.

You expecting the dev to do everything and take you to the moon? This isn't the road crew!



Lol don't expect anything just noticed no one was talking all day, I like active threads Smiley
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February 26, 2015, 08:05:51 AM
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Hi guys, I've got a couple of 'rookie' questions. Hope you can answer them for me.
1. Is Sapience built on the Bitcoin Blockchain (like a fork, a 'side chain' of the Bitcoin Blockchain?) Or is it completely separate, like Ethereum?
2. Can I keep XAI in cold storage instead of in a wallet, similar to how you can keep BTC in cold storage?
3. If Bitcoin fails somehow (51% attack or code compromised), will Sapience fail as well?

Probably stupid questions for a lot of people here, but maybe useful for some other rookies to learn about how this works.

Thanks!
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February 26, 2015, 09:19:18 AM
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my friends xai wallet v1.6.1.14g can΄t synchronice since 1 day now, only 1 connection.
i have got 14 connection, with the same version of the wallet.
is there a .conf or newer version of the wallet?

Which ports have to be open?
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February 26, 2015, 09:22:04 AM
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my friends xai wallet v1.6.1.14g can΄t synchronice since 1 day now, only 1 connection.
i have got 14 connection, with the same version of the wallet.
is there a .conf or newer version of the wallet?

Which ports have to be open?

Main net is 30894.  Test net is 30893.

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February 26, 2015, 09:25:31 AM
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Hi guys, I've got a couple of 'rookie' questions. Hope you can answer them for me.
1. Is Sapience built on the Bitcoin Blockchain (like a fork, a 'side chain' of the Bitcoin Blockchain?) Or is it completely separate, like Ethereum?
2. Can I keep XAI in cold storage instead of in a wallet, similar to how you can keep BTC in cold storage?
3. If Bitcoin fails somehow (51% attack or code compromised), will Sapience fail as well?

Probably stupid questions for a lot of people here, but maybe useful for some other rookies to learn about how this works.

Thanks!
1. Sapience is forked from a Proof-of-Stake fork of Bitcoin.  It is built on the bitcoin protocol, but is its own blockchain.
2. Yes
3. No, it is not dependent on or tied to Bitcoin the currency. 

There are no stupid questions Wink  You can't learn if you don't ask....

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February 26, 2015, 09:52:02 AM
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Thanks for your answers Cedric, much appreciated!
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February 26, 2015, 07:29:59 PM
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Hi guys, I've got a couple of 'rookie' questions. Hope you can answer them for me.
1. Is Sapience built on the Bitcoin Blockchain (like a fork, a 'side chain' of the Bitcoin Blockchain?) Or is it completely separate, like Ethereum?
2. Can I keep XAI in cold storage instead of in a wallet, similar to how you can keep BTC in cold storage?
3. If Bitcoin fails somehow (51% attack or code compromised), will Sapience fail as well?

Probably stupid questions for a lot of people here, but maybe useful for some other rookies to learn about how this works.

Thanks!

Reply to Q #2.

Yes but you need to generate private key and address for Sapience not for bitcoin. (you wouldnt even be able to send Sapience to a Bitcoin address for cold storage so im sure you've got this covered)

$MAID & $BTC other than that some short hodls and some long held garbage.
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February 27, 2015, 12:09:37 AM
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my friends xai wallet v1.6.1.14g can΄t synchronice since 1 day now, only 1 connection.
i have got 14 connection, with the same version of the wallet.
is there a .conf or newer version of the wallet?
is this problem resolved?
i have the same problem too, only have 1 active connection
and wallet didn't sync
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