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May 10, 2013, 05:45:09 PM
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BBQcoiners: Discuss the beloved bbq at www.cryptotalk.org


The grill is HOT!

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May 10, 2013, 08:34:30 PM
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price on BTER is REALLY in the toilet...
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May 10, 2013, 09:13:30 PM
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price on BTER is REALLY in the toilet...

YOU SEEN EM NOW?!!?

CHN: CJaqnorft3RtwPCqxm5uSyNkCQutF7AQHT BTC: 1Af7ibR8jNtFpModYoKrNCa6tdHf3gHtuL
FTC: 6drrijEH3z6T1211tg2L3xqsjBe4Cw5ecS YAK: YFvzCYv62GPuoDeAUtVjCDT3GkyoqxjjJU
BQC: bMFMDqDYZN4Jakz2sexJmPa5eF1PPs4aQS LTC: LPTHeSfzzuJJ7gHFT75W5fLNteRPoZCjW1
DVC: 1Mk8XHN3SMRvx8XvNSsoTEGkzB1ce4jRAE
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May 10, 2013, 09:17:14 PM
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Hopefully that will make the profitability sites list it as not profitable to mine, which will make the big miners go away, so all the little miners who keep complaining about not having a chance can come back and mine BBQcoin in peace like they seemingly didn't bother to do last year, so maybe this year there is no excuse for not mining it while mining is easy...

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May 10, 2013, 09:35:40 PM
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check this out... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=201424.0 they are at 9BITCOINS EACH.....LOL

CHN: CJaqnorft3RtwPCqxm5uSyNkCQutF7AQHT BTC: 1Af7ibR8jNtFpModYoKrNCa6tdHf3gHtuL
FTC: 6drrijEH3z6T1211tg2L3xqsjBe4Cw5ecS YAK: YFvzCYv62GPuoDeAUtVjCDT3GkyoqxjjJU
BQC: bMFMDqDYZN4Jakz2sexJmPa5eF1PPs4aQS LTC: LPTHeSfzzuJJ7gHFT75W5fLNteRPoZCjW1
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May 10, 2013, 09:44:23 PM
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Does anyone know what the private key prefix for this coin is? I cannot seem to calculate it.

Based on what I have seen, Bitcoin uses 0x80 (128 in dec), Litecoin uses 0xb0 (176 in dec)  and according to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_address_prefixes the private key prefix (it uses Y from what I have seen from my testing in private key dumps) Y should correspond to 78 in Dec which is 0x4e. This doesnt seem to work for generation

Does anyone know?

I am converting bitaddress.org to generate BBQcoin paper wallets, brain wallets etc.

BBQcoin : bLuihpiUqn6tfM4X7k2pWwEtgT7JriJEXw
LTC       : LUxtP81ttQozweiww5PfuzmsqvG961xTGP
BTC       : 14JQHi16USi825MKQDhT8X4Nk9vB8YVQXN
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May 10, 2013, 09:49:00 PM
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Do you mean the address offset thing that makes the public addresses of some coins start with a different letter or number than other coins?

As I do not know anything about any such thing for private keys.

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May 10, 2013, 10:02:36 PM
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Do you mean the address offset thing that makes the public addresses of some coins start with a different letter or number than other coins?

As I do not know anything about any such thing for private keys.

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an example for litecoin is like this

Code:
1,"LeMoKJDDXhydpx1qR9dG3Lxtwz7NHP1d7g","6uqD2FrUp4WropA4nUfsKNVyYsUxkXHQLb4q1WVggSjxWjnjbdL"
2,"LWvDq2MiEJv33prGhGh4QhdJcVrpsVb8er","6ufFtr1aEoD2bnDWWUAGLNXo1bJQd8Ts2fDPjSFmEBj5ceJzEUR"
3,"LiZJzFJYqQEK5DRZMtnhfiEMTVPSuEFahc","6ugkY3Pr5US5cYQnkPUaDk8L4EZyT5MYTx8r66bUDupbReLXwgx"

All the public addresses start with L (bbqcoin starts with b) and the private keys start with 6 (bbqcoin starts with Y)

BBQcoin : bLuihpiUqn6tfM4X7k2pWwEtgT7JriJEXw
LTC       : LUxtP81ttQozweiww5PfuzmsqvG961xTGP
BTC       : 14JQHi16USi825MKQDhT8X4Nk9vB8YVQXN
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May 10, 2013, 10:14:33 PM
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New Pool : http://silverwolf.ath.cx/bbq/

[ANN][BBQ][POOL][PPLNS][0% FEE] Silverwolf's BBQ Pool

See : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=201476.0

No Fee !!  Come and mine !!!

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May 10, 2013, 11:36:39 PM
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price on BTER is REALLY in the toilet...
Was ridiculously cheap and already coming back up...kinda annoyed I couldn't get in at the bottom. 
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May 10, 2013, 11:44:23 PM
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All the public addresses start with L (bbqcoin starts with b) and the private keys start with 6 (bbqcoin starts with Y)

Well maybe the same offset is applied to both the public and the private parts when coding them in those forms.

Does the code for other coins that already work apply the same shift or offset ot "and" or addition or whatever it to both parts? If so the value you want is in the header file (in the coin source code) in which the encode and decode routines for base 58 and whatever 160 and so on.

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May 10, 2013, 11:45:04 PM
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Whoever bought at .00009 is one lucky motherfucker.
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May 11, 2013, 03:16:39 AM
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Whoever bought at .00009 is one lucky motherfucker.

How about whoever sold at .00009? Cheesy

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May 15, 2013, 03:13:57 AM
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Man...the price on bter has totally gone to shit, I think I've actually managed to lose money for once since I purchased a bunch as it was going down.  What's with everyone dumping tons of bbqcoins at super low prices?!
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May 15, 2013, 03:25:31 AM
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Man...the price on bter has totally gone to shit, I think I've actually managed to lose money for once since I purchased a bunch as it was going down.  What's with everyone dumping tons of bbqcoins at super low prices?!
I thinks it just sells by ppls who mine TONS of BBQ when diff was ~1000 times lover (for a long period, not just 1 day or few hours as on last altcoins starts). And it still very profitable for them. But amounts of cheap BBQ is finite...

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May 15, 2013, 03:40:03 AM
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What could be causing such error if i try solo mine?



bbqcoin.conf is standart
rpcuser=max
rpcpassword=*****
rpcport=17185
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
port=19323
server=1

I use official windows client - it work and sync with network just fine
But if i add server=1 in conf i got this error immediately (at wallet startup).
I try few other rpcport and try turn off firewall for short test - same error(just # of port changes).

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May 15, 2013, 03:50:02 AM
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What could be causing such error if i try solo mine?



bbqcoin.conf is standart
rpcuser=max
rpcpassword=*****
rpcport=17185
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
port=19323
server=1

I use official windows client - it work and sync with network just fine
But if i add server=1 in conf i got this error immediately (at wallet startup).
I try few other rpcport and try turn off firewall for short test - same error(just # of port changes).
i have not seen that error screen since Windows 98.  What OS are you using?

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May 15, 2013, 03:52:22 AM
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Windows XP Pro SP3

Не зная покоя и отдыха, При лунном и солнечном свете, Мы делаем деньги из воздуха, Чтоб снова спустить их на ветер!
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May 15, 2013, 03:56:31 AM
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Your setup looks right to me.

However if it doesn't work come visit my pool at  bbq.caish5.com

We're roasting BBQCoins 24/7!

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May 15, 2013, 04:07:52 AM
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Your setup looks right to me.

However if it doesn't work come visit my pool at  bbq.caish5.com

We're roasting BBQCoins 24/7!

Want the price to go up so badly...

It's pretty easy to trade on these markets.  I had made a nice profit, but then the price went down  Cry

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