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June 29, 2016, 10:44:00 AM
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where we can buy this coin , any exchange?

Bittrex
https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-JBS

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July 03, 2016, 12:16:00 PM
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The Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool is currently the 4th ranked in terms of number of Live tickets.

Recently I've set up my local development environment so I can make some changes.

Currently on my list of TODO items for the pool:

  • Implement a Theme (just quickly for now to differentiate from the other pool)
  • Add in a tab to add a JBS address to receive payments back
  • Formally announce the stake pool in an email to the mailing list and other channels

Feel free to sign up and use the pool. If you need help buying tickets the #jumbucks channel in Slack is always helpful.

just rethemed it

take a look and sign up!

mostly a quick retheme and changing some minor stuff

http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com



This part just completed: Add in a tab to add a JBS address to receive payments back

If you are using the Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool, please add in your Jumbucks Address in the new tab. just coded it up tonight. see the screen shot above. thanks!

Also modified the header to a more blue gradient.

http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com

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The Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool is currently the 4th ranked in terms of number of Live tickets.

Recently I've set up my local development environment so I can make some changes.

Currently on my list of TODO items for the pool:

  • Implement a Theme (just quickly for now to differentiate from the other pool)
  • Add in a tab to add a JBS address to receive payments back
  • Formally announce the stake pool in an email to the mailing list and other channels

Feel free to sign up and use the pool. If you need help buying tickets the #jumbucks channel in Slack is always helpful.

just rethemed it

take a look and sign up!

mostly a quick retheme and changing some minor stuff

http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com



This part just completed: Add in a tab to add a JBS address to receive payments back

If you are using the Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool, please add in your Jumbucks Address in the new tab. just coded it up tonight. see the screen shot above. thanks!

Also modified the header to a more blue gradient.

http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com


Thank you for this Jyap. Currently having some cool people in Slack help me out.
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Today I have set myself up with a Raspberry Pi 3 and 3.5" LCD Touchscreen so I can always see my JBS balance and stake Smiley

Thought I would share some pictures with you all.

http://i.imgur.com/hs0jnr3.jpg
Testing and setting things up. hardest part was LCD drivers, but was quick and easy to get running.

http://i.imgur.com/aDvFTjU.png
Running the wallet Smiley
Staking works perfectly.

Wallet is easy to set up on a rPi with the provided rPi wallet files from the main post.

Set up costs:
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Heatsinks x2
Case to fit LCD
3.5" LCD TouchScreen
16GB SD Card
Adapter and Cable (Not the same cable as the pictures)

The above was brought as a whole kit from Aliexpress for just over $65 USD.
rPi is original and came in original factory sealed box. LCD is Chinese but was provided with 'drivers' from Waveshare.
Set up to get the LCD displaying and reacting to touch took under 10 minutes, just a few simple commands and a restart.

I messaged the Aliexpress seller and was provided with a recent link to download the latest files and a simple install guide.

I did spend a few hours looking for the drivers my self but ended up giving up. There is a LOT of variations of the 3.5" Touch Screen so I recommend you get drivers direct from the seller should you want to set one of these up for yourself.

Well worth it IMO. Looks awesome too Smiley

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Today I have set myself up with a Raspberry Pi 3 and 3.5" LCD Touchscreen so I can always see my JBS balance and stake Smiley

Thought I would share some pictures with you all.


Testing and setting things up. hardest part was LCD drivers, but was quick and easy to get running.


Running the wallet Smiley
Staking works perfectly.

Wallet is easy to set up on a rPi with the provided rPi wallet files from the main post.

Set up costs:
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Heatsinks x2
Case to fit LCD
3.5" LCD TouchScreen
16GB SD Card
Adapter and Cable (Not the same cable as the pictures)

The above was brought as a whole kit from Aliexpress for just over $65 USD.
rPi is original and came in original factory sealed box. LCD is Chinese but was provided with 'drivers' from Waveshare.
Set up to get the LCD displaying and reacting to touch took under 10 minutes, just a few simple commands and a restart.

I messaged the Aliexpress seller and was provided with a recent link to download the latest files and a simple install guide.

I did spend a few hours looking for the drivers my self but ended up giving up. There is a LOT of variations of the 3.5" Touch Screen so I recommend you get drivers direct from the seller should you want to set one of these up for yourself.

Well worth it IMO. Looks awesome too Smiley

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This is great, good job. How many different wallets do you think you could stake at the same time?
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Today I have set myself up with a Raspberry Pi 3 and 3.5" LCD Touchscreen so I can always see my JBS balance and stake Smiley

Thought I would share some pictures with you all.

http://i.imgur.com/hs0jnr3.jpg
Testing and setting things up. hardest part was LCD drivers, but was quick and easy to get running.

http://i.imgur.com/aDvFTjU.png
Running the wallet Smiley
Staking works perfectly.

Wallet is easy to set up on a rPi with the provided rPi wallet files from the main post.

Set up costs:
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Heatsinks x2
Case to fit LCD
3.5" LCD TouchScreen
16GB SD Card
Adapter and Cable (Not the same cable as the pictures)

The above was brought as a whole kit from Aliexpress for just over $65 USD.
rPi is original and came in original factory sealed box. LCD is Chinese but was provided with 'drivers' from Waveshare.
Set up to get the LCD displaying and reacting to touch took under 10 minutes, just a few simple commands and a restart.

I messaged the Aliexpress seller and was provided with a recent link to download the latest files and a simple install guide.

I did spend a few hours looking for the drivers my self but ended up giving up. There is a LOT of variations of the 3.5" Touch Screen so I recommend you get drivers direct from the seller should you want to set one of these up for yourself.

Well worth it IMO. Looks awesome too Smiley

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This is great, good job. How many different wallets do you think you could stake at the same time?

Depending on the coin algo I would say anywhere from 1 to 3 wallets running. JBS is quite memory intensive due to it being Scrypt based so would say 2 wallets at most on the Raspberry Pi 3. That would be pushing it and I would need to do some long term testing to see how it handles the load and heat over time.
For the time being I am keeping this as a locked down, JBS only Staking machine of wonder.

If you have a lot of coins staking I would go for a NUC PC from your manufacturer of choice. Gigabyte have a good set of them ranging from Low to High end depending on needs. No Mini Screen though Sad

That being said, there will be other POS coins out there that are less mem intensive and could probably get away with 3 wallets on a rPi 3 at the same time.
rPi 2 I would say 1, 2 if you are lucky.
rPi 1 wont be able to stake any coin I am aware of.
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Cool, thanks for the info
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Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool update. First of many pool pay outs sent out!



The Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool, despite launching later than the other pools is currently the 2nd ranked in terms of number of Live tickets.

Today marks an important milestone as it was the first of many pool pay outs.

The Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool refunds 2% of pool fees by paying you back in Jumbucks. If you do not add a Jumbucks address, your refund will be forfeited and applied to the overall pool fees.

Collected fees will be periodically calculated and refunds will be processed by selling Decred and buying Jumbucks on the open exchange markets. Refunds will then be sent out over the Jumbucks network.

8.317 DCR was sent and sold on Bittrex.  This amount represents 243 Votes.

The 8.317 DCR was sold for 0.02168031 BTC and then 282.62035056 JBS was bought with that BTC.

Below is the reaction of some happy stakers!

Sign up to the Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool today at http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com



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July 17, 2016, 12:53:14 AM
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Really enjoying the new JBS DCR pool! Unique way to combine two worthwhile cryptos. Thank you Julian!


Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool update. First of many pool pay outs sent out!


The Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool, despite launching later than the other pools is currently the 2nd ranked in terms of number of Live tickets.

Today marks an important milestone as it was the first of many pool pay outs.

The Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool refunds 2% of pool fees by paying you back in Jumbucks. If you do not add a Jumbucks address, your refund will be forfeited and applied to the overall pool fees.

Collected fees will be periodically calculated and refunds will be processed by selling Decred and buying Jumbucks on the open exchange markets. Refunds will then be sent out over the Jumbucks network.

8.317 DCR was sent and sold on Bittrex.  This amount represents 243 Votes.

The 8.317 DCR was sold for 0.02168031 BTC and then 282.62035056 JBS was bought with that BTC.

Below is the reaction of some happy stakers!

Sign up to the Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool today at http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com

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Jumbucks Decred Stake Pool officially open!

Hi all,

If you have been following the altcoin markets lately, then you are probably aware of Decred [$DCR]; a new hybrid proof of work/proof of stake coin which uses a unique method of ticket purchasing to payout staking rewards in a lottery-type system. $DCR staking revolves around some really impressive multisig cold staking innovations, which allow individuals to securely stake their coins without having their computer on 24/7. This is accomplished through the official Decred stake pools. There will only be a maximum of 10 Decred stake pools, and I am excited to announce that I and @cryptokrill are in charge of one of these official pools.
 
Most of the other Decred stake pools charge a 5 - 7.5% fee for the tickets, which go towards the pool devs and paying server fees for backup voting servers. For the stake pool under our care, we have reworked the traditional fee structure in a way that benefits $JBS holders and grows the Jumbucks community.
 
While our stake pool publically has an 8% fee, it breaks down in the following manner: 4% will be allocated for pool maintenance and server costs (currently 1 web server and 3 geo-located staking servers), 2% will be allocated to a Jumbucks development fund, and 2% will go towards $JBS marketbuys. These $JBS marketbuys will then be rewarded back to the stake pool users periodically.
 
This will make the Jumbucks Community Pool competitive in fees, and the cheapest in terms of straight pool maintenance and sever costs. Furthermore, the overall structure will strengthen the Jumbucks ecosystem through stimulated market activity, rewards to users, and the opportunity to bring new cryptocurrency enthusiasts into the Jumbucks community.
 
As a reminder, 2% of the pool fees will be refunded in $JBS, straight to your Jumbucks wallet. Users who do not enter a Jumbucks address will forfeit their refunds, and the 2% will be applied to the overall pool maintenance fund.
 
Despite launching later than the other Decred staking pools, our pool is already ranked 2nd in terms of live tickets! If you have $DCR and would like to take advantage of its innovative proof of stake system, or if you have $JBS and want to increase your stash, check out http://dcrstakepool.getjumbucks.com and start staking today!
 
Happy DCR staking!

Thanks,
Julian

Jumbucks is a Fair Launch cryptocurrency which launched in September 2014 without an IPO and with zero premine.  Jumbucks currently runs as 100% Proof of Stake, and is currently traded on Bittrex and Cryptopia.  Find out more information at GetJumbucks.com.
 
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July 23, 2016, 05:28:24 PM
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Come join the fun on the dcr stake pool! Help is always available in the slack channel. slack.getjumbucks.com

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Jumbucks Ethereum Edition Testnet introduction

Something I have mentioned is the long term goal of moving to a more active codebase.  This was always the plan and I've mentioned Decred and Ethereum as the best candidates.  Having used Ethereum more in the recent months, I'm leaning heavily towards Ethereum.

The overall goal has been for Jumbucks to be what I call an "Independent chain" as opposed to being a token running on another platform (such as a NXT asset) or protocol which runs on top of Bitcoin.

The current shitcoin PoS code base sucks, etc….  Writing any distributed apps on the shitcoin codebase will always be difficult as the limiting factor is only being able to utilize the OP_RETURN or custom OP codes which are cumbersome to code and likely require hard forks to implement.

Moving to an Ethereum codebase/fork has many advantages.  Myself and Xocel are primarily application developers.  The applications will underpin the value of the Jumbucks blockchain.  Having our own blockchain allows us to make a suite of Dapps which can interact with each other.  Smart contracts don't need to be large monolithic code chunks which has led to issues such as The DAO hack.

Please join us in the #jumbucks channel in Slack to help us test out Jumbucks Ethereum Edition Testnet which is up and running right now... For short, we can call this Jumbucks EE.

In terms of the coin swap process, this will probably involve grabbing a snapshot using a block parser (I have made the necessary code changes for this a while back https://github.com/znort987/blockparser/commit/eb67030e2e01a454da8cc12e750cdfef82ee22dc) of all the Jumbucks addresses.  A claim process which involves signing addresses with the necessary private key for a JBS address can then be performed.  This claim process can start very early where a Jumbucks EE address is reserved and confirmed associated with the signing process.  Something cool is that the Jumbucks EE Genesis block can then be defined and pre-populated with claimed addresses and corresponding balances.

Theoretically we could launch Jumbucks EE tomorrow but that defeats the purpose.  There are also some minor changes/tweaks to the Ethereum codebase which I'd like to put in too which we can test in the Jumbucks EE Testnet.  Expect things to change and for the chain to be wiped away during this Jumbucks EE Testnet testing/evaluating/learning/tweaking phase a few times.

I'd like to have as many people in the Jumbucks community familiar with running Jumbucks EE via the console so that we have a pool of people able to assist and also utilizing these smart contracts and distributed applications.


Jumbucks Ethereum Edition Testnet - Instructions

Download the lastest version (I am using 1.4.10) of Geth for your platform.
Code:
https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/releases

Create a Data Directory. This is so we don't use the default data directory used for Ethereum:
Code:
$ mkdir ~/JumbucksTestnet

Get a copy of the Jumbucks Testnet Genesis block:
Code:
http://getjumbucks.com/download/JumbucksTestnetGenesis.json
Get a copy of the boot nodes:
Code:
http://getjumbucks.com/download/static-nodes.json

Save both files to the Data Directory

Initialize the Data Directory with the Genesis Block:

Code:
$ geth --datadir ~/JumbucksTestnet init ~/JumbucksTestnet/JumbucksTestnetGenesis.json
I0730 23:44:10.031012 ethdb/database.go:82] Alloted 16MB cache and 16 file handles to /home/julian/JumbucksTestnet/chaindata
I0730 23:44:10.046579 cmd/geth/main.go:299] successfully wrote genesis block and/or chain rule set: 868d13655a2c47b4b7dd280e4c928870f208d3074875d41c1b6e771a311cbd7f

Start the console and connect to my boot node:

Code:
$ geth --datadir ~/JumbucksTestnet console
Verify you have my boot node as a peer:

Code:
> admin.peers

Add peer manually:
Code:
> admin.addPeer("enode://13e07d637d170fdf1f87edd3d671c1417acb856045c1920c4c0bca1d9c19be2a846af891d2c92a677cbf66b61586426c7fff8f4247b6912d88a7dbb762e26288@107.191.104.192:30303");

Create a new account:
Code:
> personal.newAccount()

List your accounts:
Code:
> personal.listAccounts
["0x476fd3e95ed3a1e9e764987bff3230b08850fd4d", "0x163430250885b2607857a0f206d51e286543b831"]

Send me your account address for some Testnet coins. You can also try CPU mining.

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I deployed the first smart contract on the Jumbucks EE Testnet last night. You can try it out by installing it.

Install and run an existing smart contract

Install contract:

Code:
var greeter2 = eth.contract([{constant:false,inputs:[],name:'kill',outputs:[],type:'function'},{constant:true,inputs:[],name:'greet',outputs:[{name:'',type:'string'}],type:'function'},{inputs:[{name:'_greeting',type:'string'}],type:'constructor'}]).at('0x454f42c9af7e88c2d66c13d069a35e34853f0b35');

Run contract:
Code:
greeter2.greet();

Here's the output tested by another user.



A couple of quick tips below.

Running on a separate console

On one screen:

Code:
geth --datadir ~/JumbucksTestnet

On another screen:
Code:
geth --datadir ~/JumbucksTestnet/ attach ipc:/Users/julian/JumbucksTestnet/geth.ipc


Print all balances with a JavaScript function

Code:
function checkAllBalances() {
var i =0;
eth.accounts.forEach( function(e){
    console.log("  eth.accounts["+i+"]: " +  e + " \tbalance: " + web3.fromWei(eth.getBalance(e), "ether") + " ether");
i++;
})
};

Run it

Code:
> checkAllBalances();
  eth.accounts[0]: 0x476fd3e95ed3a1e9e764987bff3230b08850fd4d balance: 7590508.39832 ether
  eth.accounts[1]: 0x163430250885b2607857a0f206d51e286543b831 balance: 10000.04651996 ether

Unlock and Send

Code:
> eth.accounts
["0x476fd3e95ed3a1e9e764987bff3230b08850fd4d", "0x163430250885b2607857a0f206d51e286543b831"]
> personal.unlockAccount("0x476fd3e95ed3a1e9e764987bff3230b08850fd4d")
Unlock account 0x476fd3e95ed3a1e9e764987bff3230b08850fd4d
> personal.unlockAccount("0x163430250885b2607857a0f206d51e286543b831")

Account 0 to Account 1
Code:
> eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.accounts[0], to:eth.accounts[1], value: web3.toWei(10000.05, "ether")})
I0730 23:50:43.863291 eth/api.go:1193] Tx(0xea8c9a97167d7e0e27c8c7cf2708d8143b70a0c24e5efc670c2ebcaf418d2a85) to: 0x163430250885b2607857a0f206d51e286543b831
"0xea8c9a97167d7e0e27c8c7cf2708d8143b70a0c24e5efc670c2ebcaf418d2a85"

Account 0 to an address
Code:
> eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.accounts[0], to:"0x53f03391ec6cecdbe4715cfd5e8a1b22332c8784", value: web3.toWei(1000000.05, "ether")})
I0730 23:51:32.017045 eth/api.go:1193] Tx(0x0dcf793ced2abff762ac6f174f45f6faed4ba4c792e241841e8fd8ce3d2b1e44) to: 0x53f03391ec6cecdbe4715cfd5e8a1b22332c8784
"0x0dcf793ced2abff762ac6f174f45f6faed4ba4c792e241841e8fd8ce3d2b1e44"

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Hi all, i am trying to compile jumbucks daemon for run a node, but when i try to compile it fail in main.o, i have checked all dependencies and others daemons compiles without issues, i have tried too from ubuntu 16 and debian 7 and ko, some help is welcomed

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Hi all, i am trying to compile jumbucks daemon for run a node, but when i try to compile it fail in main.o, i have checked all dependencies and others daemons compiles without issues, i have tried too from ubuntu 16 and debian 7 and ko, some help is welcomed

Hey mate. Can you post the error message on build?

Thanks Julian

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Hi all, i am trying to compile jumbucks daemon for run a node, but when i try to compile it fail in main.o, i have checked all dependencies and others daemons compiles without issues, i have tried too from ubuntu 16 and debian 7 and ko, some help is welcomed

Hey mate. Can you post the error message on build?

Thanks Julian

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Hi all, i am trying to compile jumbucks daemon for run a node, but when i try to compile it fail in main.o, i have checked all dependencies and others daemons compiles without issues, i have tried too from ubuntu 16 and debian 7 and ko, some help is welcomed

Hey mate. Can you post the error message on build?

Thanks Julian


Hi thanks Julian the error i get in the compilation is:

Code:
-DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -fno-stack-protector -fstack-protector-all -Wstack-protector -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2  -MMD -MF obj/main.d -o obj/main.o main.cpp
In file included from alert.h:13:0,
                 from main.cpp:6:
util.h: In function ‘std::string i64tostr(int64_t)’:
util.h:153:69: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 3 has type ‘int64_t {aka long int}’ [-Wformat=]
 #define strprintf(format, ...) real_strprintf(format, 0, __VA_ARGS__)
                                                                     ^
util.h:222:12: note: in expansion of macro ‘strprintf’
     return strprintf("%d", n);
            ^
In file included from checkpoints.h:8:0,
                 from main.cpp:7:
net.h: In member function ‘void CNode::AskFor(const CInv&)’:
net.h:393:142: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 3 has type ‘int64_t {aka long int}’ [-Wformat=]
             printf("askfor %s   %d (%s)\n", inv.ToString().c_str(), nRequestTime, DateTimeStrFormat("%H:%M:%S", nRequestTime/1000000).c_str());
                                                                                                                                              ^
In file included from alert.h:13:0,
                 from main.cpp:6:
main.h: In member function ‘std::string CTransaction::ToString() const’:
util.h:153:69: warning: format ‘%u’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 6 has type ‘std::vector<CTxIn>::size_type {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
 #define strprintf(format, ...) real_strprintf(format, 0, __VA_ARGS__)
                                                                     ^
main.h:634:16: note: in expansion of macro ‘strprintf’
         str += strprintf("(hash=%s, nTime=%d, ver=%d, vin.size=%u, vout.size=%u, nLockTime=%d)\n",
                ^
util.h:153:69: warning: format ‘%u’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 7 has type ‘std::vector<CTxOut>::size_type {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
 #define strprintf(format, ...) real_strprintf(format, 0, __VA_ARGS__)
                                                                     ^
main.h:634:16: note: in expansion of macro ‘strprintf’
         str += strprintf("(hash=%s, nTime=%d, ver=%d, vin.size=%u, vout.size=%u, nLockTime=%d)\n",
                ^
In file included from db.h:8:0,
                 from main.cpp:8:
main.h: In member function ‘void CBlock::print() const’:
main.h:1065:67: warning: format ‘%u’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘std::vector<CTransaction>::size_type {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
             HexStr(vchBlockSig.begin(), vchBlockSig.end()).c_str());
                                                                   ^
In file included from alert.h:13:0,
                 from main.cpp:6:
main.h: In member function ‘std::string CBlockIndex::ToString() const’:
util.h:153:69: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 13 has type ‘uint64_t {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
 #define strprintf(format, ...) real_strprintf(format, 0, __VA_ARGS__)
                                                                     ^
main.h:1306:16: note: in expansion of macro ‘strprintf’
         return strprintf("CBlockIndex(nprev=%p, pnext=%p, nFile=%u, nBlockPos=%-6d nHeight=%d, nMint=%s, nMoneySupply=%s, nFlags=(%s)(%d)(%s), nStakeModifier=%016x, hashProof=%s, prevoutStake=(%s), nStakeTime=%d merkle=%s, hashBlock=%s)",
                ^
main.cpp: In function ‘bool AddOrphanTx(const CTransaction&)’:
main.cpp:208:110: warning: format ‘%u’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 2 has type ‘size_t {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
         printf("ignoring large orphan tx (size: %u, hash: %s)\n", nSize, hash.ToString().substr(0,10).c_str());
                                                                                                              ^
main.cpp:217:37: warning: format ‘%u’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 3 has type ‘std::map<uint256, CTransaction>::size_type {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
         mapOrphanTransactions.size());
                                     ^
main.cpp: In member function ‘bool CTxMemPool::accept(CTxDB&, CTransaction&, bool*)’:
main.cpp:651:41: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 3 has type ‘int64_t {aka long int}’ [-Wformat=]
                          nFees, txMinFee);
                                         ^
main.cpp:651:41: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 4 has type ‘int64_t {aka long int}’ [-Wformat=]
main.cpp:705:24: warning: format ‘%u’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 3 has type ‘std::map<uint256, CTransaction>::size_type {aka long unsigned int}’ [-Wformat=]
            mapTx.size());
                        ^
main.cpp: In function ‘int64_t GetProofOfWorkReward(int, int64_t)’:
main.cpp:1004:107: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 3 has type ‘int64_t {aka long int}’ [-Wformat=]
         printf("GetProofOfWorkReward() : create=%s nSubsidy=%d\n", FormatMoney(nSubsidy).c_str(), nSubsidy);
                                                                                                           ^
main.cpp: In function ‘int64_t GetProofOfStakeReward(int64_t, int64_t, int)’:
main.cpp:1023:107: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 3 has type ‘int64_t {aka long int}’ [-Wformat=]
         printf("GetProofOfStakeReward(): create=%s nCoinAge=%d\n", FormatMoney(nSubsidy).c_str(), nCoinAge);
                                                                                                           ^
main.cpp:1035:1: error: a function-definition is not allowed here before ‘{’ token
 {
 ^
main.cpp:1028:22: warning: unused variable ‘nTargetTimespan’ [-Wunused-variable]
 static const int64_t nTargetTimespan = 16 * 60;  // 16 mins
                      ^
main.cpp:3733:5: error: expected ‘}’ at end of input
     }
     ^
main.cpp:3733:5: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]
     }
     ^
main.cpp: At global scope:
main.cpp:110:13: warning: ‘bool GetTransaction(const uint256&, CWalletTx&)’ defined but not used [-Wunused-function]
 bool static GetTransaction(const uint256& hashTx, CWalletTx& wtx)
             ^
main.cpp:145:13: warning: ‘void SetBestChain(const CBlockLocator&)’ defined but not used [-Wunused-function]
 void static SetBestChain(const CBlockLocator& loc)
             ^
main.cpp:152:13: warning: ‘void UpdatedTransaction(const uint256&)’ defined but not used [-Wunused-function]
 void static UpdatedTransaction(const uint256& hashTx)
             ^
main.cpp:159:13: warning: ‘void PrintWallets(const CBlock&)’ defined but not used [-Wunused-function]
 void static PrintWallets(const CBlock& block)
             ^
main.cpp:166:13: warning: ‘void Inventory(const uint256&)’ defined but not used [-Wunused-function]
 void static Inventory(const uint256& hash)
             ^
main.cpp:972:16: warning: ‘uint256 GetOrphanRoot(const CBlock*)’ defined but not used [-Wunused-function]
 uint256 static GetOrphanRoot(const CBlock* pblock)
                ^
make: *** [obj/main.o] Error 1

I have checked the dependencies and i have all the required ones, thank you in advance

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August 06, 2016, 08:12:07 AM
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I have checked the dependencies and i have all the required ones, thank you in advance

Weird that it doesn't work. Works fine for me but I usually compile on Ubuntu 14. Haven't tried an Ubuntu 16 system yet.

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August 06, 2016, 08:18:34 AM
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Slowly compiling a list of things to do for the switch to Jumbucks Ethereum Edition.

JBS EE Changes

Change executable name.

Change block time. 1 min or greater. Test this.

Change difficulty adjustment. Test this.

Review further code changes.

Todo

Set up coin swap site and system.

Contact exchanges regarding coin swap.

Ask mining pools to support JBS EE.

Ask mining profitability sites to mention.

Test out and modify Mist graphical wallet. Xocel.

Test out Token contract.

Set up core nodes.

Set up block explorer.

Eventual Todo

New ANN.

New web site.

Contact Coinmarketcap.

Create Slack tip bot.

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