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April 22, 2013, 06:27:23 PM
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BBQ is not dead, quit joking! Cheesy  just synced 24hrs of blocks in 20 sec's  and got 9 active connections.
diff is still nice and dropped only a little on a huge FC hypa, which means there is stable BBQ userbase.

Well I hope to be proven wrong

I hope this too  Smiley We will see for sure in about a month

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April 22, 2013, 08:56:05 PM
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il let my node running so everyone can sync fast n easy even if its "dead" Wink

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April 22, 2013, 09:45:48 PM
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Since a lot of folks either missed it, or don't like the BBQ Coin flavor enough to give us a quip to go with their begging, I thought I'd post a crosslink here.

Now Open: Scrybe's Smokehouse featuring CaptChadd's BBQ Coins, stop in now to check out our free samples and entertain the citizenry by cracking wise!

Giveaway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180927
Trading and Discussion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180929

Stop on by and pick up a sack to-go!

I now return you to the OP's philanthropic exercise.

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April 22, 2013, 09:48:04 PM
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Since a lot of folks either missed it, or don't like the BBQ Coin flavor enough to give us a quip to go with their begging, I thought I'd post a crosslink here.

Now Open: Scrybe's Smokehouse featuring CaptChadd's BBQ Coins, stop in now to check out our free samples and entertain the citizenry by cracking wise!

Giveaway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180927
Trading and Discussion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180929

Stop on by and pick up a sack to-go!

I now return you to the OP's philanthropic exercise.

Note: read the instructions and provide at least a difficulty 1 "Proof of Humor" share to mine these coins Wink
CaptChadd didnt invent BQC, it was a kid namd cubox (read the first pages of this thread)

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April 22, 2013, 09:50:15 PM
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Since a lot of folks either missed it, or don't like the BBQ Coin flavor enough to give us a quip to go with their begging, I thought I'd post a crosslink here.

Now Open: Scrybe's Smokehouse featuring CaptChadd's BBQ Coins, stop in now to check out our free samples and entertain the citizenry by cracking wise!

Giveaway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180927
Trading and Discussion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180929

Stop on by and pick up a sack to-go!

I now return you to the OP's philanthropic exercise.

Note: read the instructions and provide at least a difficulty 1 "Proof of Humor" share to mine these coins Wink
CaptChadd didnt invent BQC, it was a kid namd cubox (read the first pages of this thread)

Yep, I realize that, it's a bit of an in-joke.

You have to read MY thread for some context, these are BBQCoins bought from CaptChadd at auction Smiley so he is my wholesaler

Thanks for helping set right any others I was confusing with that.

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April 22, 2013, 10:25:48 PM
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Why was the original BQC 51% attacked in the first place?

I will NEVER ask for any kind of funds up front in a buy/sale of anything on bitcointalk.

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April 22, 2013, 10:26:56 PM
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Why was the original BQC 51% attacked in the first place?

read the first pages of this thread, then ul know Wink

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April 22, 2013, 11:14:15 PM
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bbqcoin = antifragile
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April 23, 2013, 01:53:57 AM
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Hi guys, I've been trying to get bbqcoind to work on ubuntu and it's been driving me crazy, I basically got the same dependencies as for building litecoin and compiled it.  It seems to actually run but no matter what I do I can't access it to use as a server for my miners.  Anybody able to get it built and working right?
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April 23, 2013, 02:23:46 AM
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Hi guys, I've been trying to get bbqcoind to work on ubuntu and it's been driving me crazy, I basically got the same dependencies as for building litecoin and compiled it.  It seems to actually run but no matter what I do I can't access it to use as a server for my miners.  Anybody able to get it built and working right?
set rcpusername and rpcpssword. if you want to mine from a different host, add a new section to bbqcoin.conf with addnode=123.123.123.123 (replace with the IP of your miners). you can put addnode multiple timees into your conf file.

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April 23, 2013, 03:09:58 AM
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Hi guys, I've been trying to get bbqcoind to work on ubuntu and it's been driving me crazy, I basically got the same dependencies as for building litecoin and compiled it.  It seems to actually run but no matter what I do I can't access it to use as a server for my miners.  Anybody able to get it built and working right?
set rcpusername and rpcpssword. if you want to mine from a different host, add a new section to bbqcoin.conf with addnode=123.123.123.123 (replace with the IP of your miners). you can put addnode multiple timees into your conf file.

Not addnode. rpcallowip.

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April 23, 2013, 03:15:58 AM
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Well I got it working sorta...bbqcoind is now up and running, I was having some NAT issues since it was running on a virtual machine but they're finally sorted...now just waiting for it to download the whole blockchain.  I tried to use a pre-downloaded blockchain but then bbqcoind flipped out because of the file permissions on them and I'm too lazy to go deal with the permissions so I'll just let it download the blockchain itself overnight.

Now I just need to modify p2pool to work with bbqcoind...I guess since nobody else has set it up before does that mean there's no bootstrap addresses to give p2pool? 
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April 23, 2013, 03:28:59 AM
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How many blocks is it before the reward subsidy halves for BBQCoin?  I really wish there was actual documentatino about what's up with bbqcoin,
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April 23, 2013, 03:54:11 AM
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How many blocks is it before the reward subsidy halves for BBQCoin?  I really wish there was actual documentatino about what's up with bbqcoin,

According to what I read today, the reward for BQC doesn't change.

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April 23, 2013, 04:18:33 AM
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Hmm, in the code for p2pool you're supposed to put the number of blocks before it'll halve, I'm not sure what you use if it never halves....maybe you can get away with just putting a humongous number.  I looked through the code for bbqcoind and it seems like 59333 is supposed to be the p2p port? Except it doesn't seem to actually work when I tell p2pool to use it.  19323 looks like it's supposed to be the testnet port.

I also need to figure out how to get p2pool to accept bbqcoin addresses but I'm not even sure what the difference is between a BBQCoin address and a regular litecoin address.  I edited the networks.py but it seems like with BBQCoin you can't get away with using the same prefixes as LTC like Feathercoin does, but I'm not sure how to make p2pool take BBQcoin addresses specifically.

Anybody able to help me out with this?  Take a look here and lemme know if you have any ideas https://github.com/teknobasterd/p2pool-bbq

If we can 1) Figure out how to get the p2p port working in bbqcoind and 2) have someone help me format the prefix and identifier parts for BBQCoin in networks.py then we should be able to get p2pool running for BBQCoin.
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April 23, 2013, 09:19:20 AM
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Hmm, in the code for p2pool you're supposed to put the number of blocks before it'll halve, I'm not sure what you use if it never halves....maybe you can get away with just putting a humongous number.  I looked through the code for bbqcoind and it seems like 59333 is supposed to be the p2p port? Except it doesn't seem to actually work when I tell p2pool to use it.  19323 looks like it's supposed to be the testnet port.

I also need to figure out how to get p2pool to accept bbqcoin addresses but I'm not even sure what the difference is between a BBQCoin address and a regular litecoin address.  I edited the networks.py but it seems like with BBQCoin you can't get away with using the same prefixes as LTC like Feathercoin does, but I'm not sure how to make p2pool take BBQcoin addresses specifically.

Anybody able to help me out with this?  Take a look here and lemme know if you have any ideas https://github.com/teknobasterd/p2pool-bbq

If we can 1) Figure out how to get the p2p port working in bbqcoind and 2) have someone help me format the prefix and identifier parts for BBQCoin in networks.py then we should be able to get p2pool running for BBQCoin.
how about searching this thread for those numbers? then you find it out pretty fast...

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April 23, 2013, 03:31:34 PM
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I'm planning to add BQC to my pool sometime this week.  I'll post here when it's ready.

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April 23, 2013, 04:03:18 PM
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i've mined on megapool before but today it's not working?

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April 23, 2013, 09:19:17 PM
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Hmm, in the code for p2pool you're supposed to put the number of blocks before it'll halve, I'm not sure what you use if it never halves....maybe you can get away with just putting a humongous number.  I looked through the code for bbqcoind and it seems like 59333 is supposed to be the p2p port? Except it doesn't seem to actually work when I tell p2pool to use it.  19323 looks like it's supposed to be the testnet port.

I also need to figure out how to get p2pool to accept bbqcoin addresses but I'm not even sure what the difference is between a BBQCoin address and a regular litecoin address.  I edited the networks.py but it seems like with BBQCoin you can't get away with using the same prefixes as LTC like Feathercoin does, but I'm not sure how to make p2pool take BBQcoin addresses specifically.

Anybody able to help me out with this?  Take a look here and lemme know if you have any ideas https://github.com/teknobasterd/p2pool-bbq

If we can 1) Figure out how to get the p2p port working in bbqcoind and 2) have someone help me format the prefix and identifier parts for BBQCoin in networks.py then we should be able to get p2pool running for BBQCoin.
how about searching this thread for those numbers? then you find it out pretty fast...
I've read through this whole thread, where did anybody ever post the hex encoded prefix and address format for the network?  Half the information is incorrect in this thread anyway, there's tons of posts claiming 19323 is the port when it's the testnet port and nobody ever mentioned 59333 though that seems to be because it doesn't work.

I don't need snarky posts about searching threads when I've spent hours trying to figure this out.  If you want to submit actual working code go ahead but posting useless tips about searching the thread for stuff that's obviously not in the thread is just being a jerk.    I'm posting to tell you that the ports aren't what's posted here and you're telling me to go read the thread when my post is about the port numbers in the thread being wrong and that I need help with the address prefix formatting encoded in hex. 
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April 23, 2013, 09:26:08 PM
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I've read through this whole thread, where did anybody ever post the hex encoded prefix and address format for the network?  Half the information is incorrect in this thread anyway, there's tons of posts claiming 19323 is the port when it's the testnet port and nobody ever mentioned 59333 though that seems to be because it doesn't work.

I don't need snarky posts about searching threads when I've spent hours trying to figure this out.  If you want to submit actual working code go ahead but posting useless tips about searching the thread for stuff that's obviously not in the thread is just being a jerk.    I'm posting to tell you that the ports aren't what's posted here and you're telling me to go read the thread when my post is about the port numbers in the thread being wrong and that I need help with the address prefix formatting encoded in hex. 

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You can't really expect people to sift through 30 pages to try to find information that should be clearly visible on bbqcoin.org

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