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March 26, 2016, 10:38:12 PM
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"[–]fluffyponyzaXMR Core Team 11 points 1 day ago


None of the above.

We contacted them, they told us what we needed to do. It basically consisted of signing a Contributor License Agreement, submitting a PR to the Azure templates Github repo, and sending them a write-up. Took us like 3 or 4 hours:)

All the altcoins saying that Microsoft is "partnering" with them are being disingenuous - you are a partner inasmuch as you have a BizSpark account and signed a CLA.

The upshot of this, however, is that developers that are already using Azure can build applications on top of the Monero blockchain, and are able to spin nodes up quickly and easily."

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March 27, 2016, 02:59:05 AM
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"[–]fluffyponyzaXMR Core Team 11 points 1 day ago


None of the above.

We contacted them, they told us what we needed to do. It basically consisted of signing a Contributor License Agreement, submitting a PR to the Azure templates Github repo, and sending them a write-up. Took us like 3 or 4 hours:)

All the altcoins saying that Microsoft is "partnering" with them are being disingenuous - you are a partner inasmuch as you have a BizSpark account and signed a CLA.

The upshot of this, however, is that developers that are already using Azure can build applications on top of the Monero blockchain, and are able to spin nodes up quickly and easily."

not unless you register with them and also do devtest labs.. all coins being added now, alot fo them will be removed for not following standards or offering anything new. They just add everything to assess which ones to keep later. Eth is the only one that's "registered" but possible for others if they are professional in code.
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March 27, 2016, 07:24:49 AM
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Hi, i install the Bitbay Qt in a new computer and im getting 0 active connections. As i understood, Bitbay dont need a conf file or im wrong? Cheers
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March 27, 2016, 12:40:18 PM
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Hi, i install the Bitbay Qt in a new computer and im getting 0 active connections. As i understood, Bitbay dont need a conf file or im wrong? Cheers

It sometimes takes a while to connect. If it doesn't after 30 minutes, you should write a conf file.
addnode=104.236.208.150
addnode=188.166.39.223
addnode=128.199.118.67
addnode=104.255.33.162
addnode=194.135.84.161
addnode=23.227.190.163

Edit: on page 125 in this thread you find a post written by me that tells you how you can speed up the whole sync process
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March 27, 2016, 01:03:32 PM
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"[–]fluffyponyzaXMR Core Team 11 points 1 day ago


None of the above.

We contacted them, they told us what we needed to do. It basically consisted of signing a Contributor License Agreement, submitting a PR to the Azure templates Github repo, and sending them a write-up. Took us like 3 or 4 hours:)

All the altcoins saying that Microsoft is "partnering" with them are being disingenuous - you are a partner inasmuch as you have a BizSpark account and signed a CLA.

The upshot of this, however, is that developers that are already using Azure can build applications on top of the Monero blockchain, and are able to spin nodes up quickly and easily."

not unless you register with them and also do devtest labs.. all coins being added now, alot fo them will be removed for not following standards or offering anything new. They just add everything to assess which ones to keep later. Eth is the only one that's "registered" but possible for others if they are professional in code.

Bays  market place should impress them more than 99% of the coin added.

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March 27, 2016, 01:23:09 PM
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Hi, i install the Bitbay Qt in a new computer and im getting 0 active connections. As i understood, Bitbay dont need a conf file or im wrong? Cheers

It sometimes takes a while to connect. If it doesn't after 30 minutes, you should write a conf file.
addnode=104.236.208.150
addnode=188.166.39.223
addnode=128.199.118.67
addnode=104.255.33.162
addnode=194.135.84.161
addnode=23.227.190.163

Edit: on page 125 in this thread you find a post written by me that tells you how you can speed up the whole sync process
Thanks! conf file did the trick Wink
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March 27, 2016, 03:13:22 PM
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"[–]fluffyponyzaXMR Core Team 11 points 1 day ago


None of the above.

We contacted them, they told us what we needed to do. It basically consisted of signing a Contributor License Agreement, submitting a PR to the Azure templates Github repo, and sending them a write-up. Took us like 3 or 4 hours:)

All the altcoins saying that Microsoft is "partnering" with them are being disingenuous - you are a partner inasmuch as you have a BizSpark account and signed a CLA.

The upshot of this, however, is that developers that are already using Azure can build applications on top of the Monero blockchain, and are able to spin nodes up quickly and easily."

not unless you register with them and also do devtest labs.. all coins being added now, alot fo them will be removed for not following standards or offering anything new. They just add everything to assess which ones to keep later. Eth is the only one that's "registered" but possible for others if they are professional in code.

Bays  market place should impress them more than 99% of the coin added.

That and Sys. Congrats Sidhujag, on all the SYScoin attention! Glad to see the investor community waking up to good coins.
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March 27, 2016, 04:31:47 PM
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"[–]fluffyponyzaXMR Core Team 11 points 1 day ago


None of the above.

We contacted them, they told us what we needed to do. It basically consisted of signing a Contributor License Agreement, submitting a PR to the Azure templates Github repo, and sending them a write-up. Took us like 3 or 4 hours:)

All the altcoins saying that Microsoft is "partnering" with them are being disingenuous - you are a partner inasmuch as you have a BizSpark account and signed a CLA.

The upshot of this, however, is that developers that are already using Azure can build applications on top of the Monero blockchain, and are able to spin nodes up quickly and easily."

not unless you register with them and also do devtest labs.. all coins being added now, alot fo them will be removed for not following standards or offering anything new. They just add everything to assess which ones to keep later. Eth is the only one that's "registered" but possible for others if they are professional in code.

Thanks sidhujag, can you please forward me the info they sent you on skype or email so i can possibly register? Also will they want me to post full source or is obfuscated okay? (its only changed variable names i can even send it to you)
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March 27, 2016, 10:02:14 PM
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"[–]fluffyponyzaXMR Core Team 11 points 1 day ago


None of the above.

We contacted them, they told us what we needed to do. It basically consisted of signing a Contributor License Agreement, submitting a PR to the Azure templates Github repo, and sending them a write-up. Took us like 3 or 4 hours:)

All the altcoins saying that Microsoft is "partnering" with them are being disingenuous - you are a partner inasmuch as you have a BizSpark account and signed a CLA.

The upshot of this, however, is that developers that are already using Azure can build applications on top of the Monero blockchain, and are able to spin nodes up quickly and easily."

not unless you register with them and also do devtest labs.. all coins being added now, alot fo them will be removed for not following standards or offering anything new. They just add everything to assess which ones to keep later. Eth is the only one that's "registered" but possible for others if they are professional in code.

Thanks sidhujag, can you please forward me the info they sent you on skype or email so i can possibly register? Also will they want me to post full source or is obfuscated okay? (its only changed variable names i can even send it to you)
If Azure agree to add bitbay in their cloud. Then Azure also admit mister David Zimbeck hard working/ knowlegde in this nice coin. If it goes the same route as Syscoin. Then it also pay back time to mister David Zimbeck. Well done...dumps up.
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March 27, 2016, 10:32:40 PM
Last edit: March 27, 2016, 10:51:20 PM by amsjef
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Hi all,

I have a question, maybe some can help me.

It is a while ago I open my bitbay qt wallet. When I open the wallet is shows out of sync (3000 blocks), offline after unlocking and zero active connection to bitbay network.
I am using qt wallet version 5.3.2.

Anybody can advice me how to activate the network and let it fully sync.

Appreciate,

Thank you,

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March 27, 2016, 11:27:15 PM
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Hi all,

I have a question, maybe some can help me.

It is a while ago I open my bitbay qt wallet. When I open the wallet is shows out of sync (3000 blocks), offline after unlocking and zero active connection to bitbay network.
I am using qt wallet version 5.3.2.

Anybody can advice me how to activate the network and let it fully sync.

Appreciate,

Thank you,

amsjef

Where did you get that wallet?
To my knowledge there has never been a Bitbay wallet with that version number

Edit: What OS are you on? Maybe mac or linux have that version number for all I know, but doesn't make sense to me
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March 28, 2016, 02:51:45 AM
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Hi all,

I have a question, maybe some can help me.

It is a while ago I open my bitbay qt wallet. When I open the wallet is shows out of sync (3000 blocks), offline after unlocking and zero active connection to bitbay network.
I am using qt wallet version 5.3.2.

Anybody can advice me how to activate the network and let it fully sync.

Appreciate,

Thank you,

amsjef

the bitbay bootstrap actually works nicely

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March 28, 2016, 03:02:57 AM
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Hi all,

I have a question, maybe some can help me.

It is a while ago I open my bitbay qt wallet. When I open the wallet is shows out of sync (3000 blocks), offline after unlocking and zero active connection to bitbay network.
I am using qt wallet version 5.3.2.

Anybody can advice me how to activate the network and let it fully sync.

Appreciate,

Thank you,

amsjef

Where did you get that wallet?
To my knowledge there has never been a Bitbay wallet with that version number

Edit: What OS are you on? Maybe mac or linux have that version number for all I know, but doesn't make sense to me

That might be the Qt version... munti you were thinking of Halos version number.
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March 28, 2016, 09:52:31 AM
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Hi all,

I have a question, maybe some can help me.

It is a while ago I open my bitbay qt wallet. When I open the wallet is shows out of sync (3000 blocks), offline after unlocking and zero active connection to bitbay network.
I am using qt wallet version 5.3.2.

Anybody can advice me how to activate the network and let it fully sync.

Appreciate,

Thank you,

amsjef

Where did you get that wallet?
To my knowledge there has never been a Bitbay wallet with that version number

Edit: What OS are you on? Maybe mac or linux have that version number for all I know, but doesn't make sense to me

That might be the Qt version... munti you were thinking of Halos version number.

It's not. Not for windows anyway. Version number for that is 1.0.0.1g
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March 28, 2016, 11:06:57 AM
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Hi Munti,

I am using a windows QT wallet with 5.3.2 number. see below attachment


Can you let me know how to what text I need to write above the nodes. I saw someone else had this question too and you give him some nodes.
I only remember it has something to do with your name adress and passwoord


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March 28, 2016, 11:12:45 AM
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Hi Guys,

Thank you for your time.

It is syncing now, summer 2015 at this moment!!

Cheers and happy easter,

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March 28, 2016, 12:30:40 PM
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Hi Munti,

I am using a windows QT wallet with 5.3.2 number. see below attachment


Can you let me know how to what text I need to write above the nodes. I saw someone else had this question too and you give him some nodes.
I only remember it has something to do with your name adress and passwoord


Thank you,

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LOL. That explains it. QT is the software that is used to make the wallet.
If you look at "about BitBay" you will see the correct version number.

I'm glad you got it solved. Happy staking  Smiley
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Hi Munti,

I am using a windows QT wallet with 5.3.2 number. see below attachment


Can you let me know how to what text I need to write above the nodes. I saw someone else had this question too and you give him some nodes.
I only remember it has something to do with your name adress and passwoord


Thank you,

amsjef

LOL. That explains it. QT is the software that is used to make the wallet.
If you look at "about BitBay" you will see the correct version number.

I'm glad you got it solved. Happy staking  Smiley
Hi Munti,

Thanks for explaination. Yes happy syncing and happy to see Bitbay being a top 5 coin soon.
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March 28, 2016, 05:04:30 PM
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hi all
Azure is latest trend here are links below can be checked which coin added and which coin applied for.
Coins and projects officially accepted to Azure can be seen here:

https://github.com/Azure/azure-quickstart-templates

Pulls that are not official can be seen here:

https://github.com/Azure/azure-quickstart-templates/pulls

anyone can make a pull for anything, at any time.
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March 28, 2016, 08:06:39 PM
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First Decentralised Market Release - APRIL 2016
Date:28th March 2016

April 2016 will see the official release of our first client. A faster and better version which will form the platform for all future templates and updates.

In addition to major enhancements the release will also fix all issues that have been reported by the users. The windows version is currently being tested by our core team.

Also, we have recently been in contact with Microsoft Azure and their requirements to join would delay the final release of the Bitbay client. We would rather complete the client and focus on its integration into other services. A more detailed post has already been made by David on Slack.
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