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February 20, 2013, 11:26:15 PM
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Just sent 10 BBQcoin to a few addresses on here.
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February 21, 2013, 05:25:26 AM
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I never have been able to get an active connection...  Sad

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February 21, 2013, 06:49:46 AM
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I never have been able to get an active connection...  Sad

I neighter.. are there some adresses I could tell the client to connect to?

In theorie, if you only have an uncomplete chain, could you setup just 2 clients and solo mine, let them believe thats the right chain?
(even with no permanent result, just for testing)


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February 21, 2013, 12:04:53 PM
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I'm sure if you ask MarkM nicely he'll tell you some nodes you can get the client to connect to Smiley
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February 21, 2013, 12:29:14 PM
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this was one of the nodes i connected to:

"addr" : "174.58.242.26:19323"

hope it helps Smiley

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February 21, 2013, 12:34:47 PM
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I'm sure if you ask MarkM nicely he'll tell you some nodes you can get the client to connect to Smiley

One person told me one, in private message, that I use with -addnode. But that was in a private message, and my own node has no incoming port, sorry. Set yourslf up with an incoming port though and people should find you, and if they don't then give out your own node's IP and port for others to use -addnode to tell their nodes to reach out to you.

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February 21, 2013, 12:47:16 PM
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use the default ports
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rpcport=19322
port=19323
afterwards just wait and u get connected to my public node.

EDIT: if ur compiling it, be sure to remove the latest checkpoint. #86425

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February 21, 2013, 12:58:48 PM
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EDIT: if ur compiling it, be sure to remove the latest checkpoint. #86425

I don't think that is actually necessary, really?

What does your block 86425 look like and what is its hash? Is it actually different?

I think there is something other than those checkpoints that is causing connects to be dropped and so on.

I had a hard time just getting a second instance on my same machine to connect to my first instance. But finally after changing the order in which I started them up I got them to connect.

If you recall we did compare what block we were on etc, plus also I have recieved coins osmeone (maybe even it was you?) sent so it did seem we are both on the same chain, which should not even be possible if your block #86425 differs from mine.

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February 21, 2013, 03:39:30 PM
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I did do any of this node stuff.

I just ran the client in server mode, started my solo miner and then mined 30,000 BBQ.

By tomorrow I should be on about a million with both my miners on it all at once.

Its a very nice fun coin, maybe we could play some small betting games with it or something?

It is a fun coin after all.
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February 21, 2013, 04:51:39 PM
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EDIT: if ur compiling it, be sure to remove the latest checkpoint. #86425

I don't think that is actually necessary, really?

What does your block 86425 look like and what is its hash? Is it actually different?

I think there is something other than those checkpoints that is causing connects to be dropped and so on.

I had a hard time just getting a second instance on my same machine to connect to my first instance. But finally after changing the order in which I started them up I got them to connect.

If you recall we did compare what block we were on etc, plus also I have recieved coins osmeone (maybe even it was you?) sent so it did seem we are both on the same chain, which should not even be possible if your block #86425 differs from mine.

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all nodes in the network had a different block #86425 than the one in the checkpoints.cpp
as soon i was at this block, all cons got droped and new connections couldnt be established.

EDIT: maybe the release on SF containts a wrong checkpoint hash?

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February 21, 2013, 06:28:28 PM
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Can I check to make sure that I am on the same chain?

Can someone give me an address to send some BBQcoins to please who can then report back that they got them?
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February 21, 2013, 06:58:47 PM
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Can I check to make sure that I am on the same chain?

Can someone give me an address to send some BBQcoins to please who can then report back that they got them?

hit me up chad.. i have successfully exchanged some coins with nethead and markm and a few others so we all on the same chain for sure

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February 21, 2013, 07:10:07 PM
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If when one fires up the daemon, even with -rescan flag, it does not check checkpoints in its existing already on disk blockchain, then I suppose it is possible that my node simply has not actually checked its blockchain against that new checkpoint.

I cannot remember now exactly what I did that finally got me a second node up and running, maybe I simply copied over my ~/.bbqcoin directory as ~/.bbq-privnet so maybe my second node that I fired up to check I could connect okay also ended up not actually checking that checkpoint.

I wonder how I managed to copy the hash wrong though in the first place. It was a copy/paste operation and correct number of bytes so presumably it must be the wrong block's hash. I have made checkpoints a lot of times, I thought I had it down that the height shown in the debug.log a few lines after the hash of the block is the height pertaining to that hash.

I guess I'll have to try again, see if I can do it right this time.

Do any of the allchains-explorer type sites feature a BBQcoin-explorer?

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February 21, 2013, 09:03:16 PM
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OK just got home from work and blockchain all caught up...

I have received 3 donations today..
 
one for 37 at 12:08,
one for 7.70 at 12:09 and
one for 26.78 at 12:20...

Were these u chad?? If so gtz it looks like u on the same blockchain and ur 10's of thousands of BBQ coins are valid... throw me an addy an i'll put a shrimp on my BBQ for u and send u some back to show it all works smoothly Smiley

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February 21, 2013, 09:32:33 PM
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BBQcoin resurrected?  Shocked Shocked

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February 21, 2013, 09:33:51 PM
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OK just got home from work and blockchain all caught up...

I have received 3 donations today..
 
one for 37 at 12:08,
one for 7.70 at 12:09 and
one for 26.78 at 12:20...

Were these u chad?? If so gtz it looks like u on the same blockchain and ur 10's of thousands of BBQ coins are valid... throw me an addy an i'll put a shrimp on my BBQ for u and send u some back to show it all works smoothly Smiley

They were not me but I have just sent you 1000 BBQcoin, so please let me know if ya get them mate?

My address is bHPKWVpzptrTE1hN3MekGrm7WauqeLnjZZ

Thanks
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February 21, 2013, 09:34:57 PM
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BBQcoin resurrected?  Shocked Shocked

Looks like it to me, the hashrate are growing, transactions are working aswell as solo mining.

Things are looking up for BBQcoin.
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February 21, 2013, 09:36:57 PM
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OK just got home from work and blockchain all caught up...

I have received 3 donations today..
 
one for 37 at 12:08,
one for 7.70 at 12:09 and
one for 26.78 at 12:20...

Were these u chad?? If so gtz it looks like u on the same blockchain and ur 10's of thousands of BBQ coins are valid... throw me an addy an i'll put a shrimp on my BBQ for u and send u some back to show it all works smoothly Smiley

They were not me but I have just sent you 1000 BBQcoin, so please let me know if ya get them mate?

My address is bHPKWVpzptrTE1hN3MekGrm7WauqeLnjZZ

Thanks

Sweet yes 1000 BBQ received... and I threw 2000 back at ya Cheesy

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February 21, 2013, 09:39:57 PM
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Cool, so we are all one the same chain which is great news.

This is going to be such a fun coin. It does not need value with regards to the USD but can be more like a powerful and indestructible hobby coin.

Cheers for the 2000.

Move out of the way Novacoin, here comes BBQcoin.
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February 21, 2013, 09:44:39 PM
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How come there are only 2 active connections now? There were 7 connections this morning.
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