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February 20, 2016, 05:01:36 PM
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Hi, I still have a huge chuck of memory eaten by the CBX vault during staking. I thought v2.3.2 should fix this?



Yea me to, its much better than it was but there is definitely a memory leak somewhere (running Debian 8 x86) when staking - Just checked my daemon (had it staking for 1 week solid) and it had used 96% of my 250mb swap space - just restarted it and memory usage is now back to normal... but building again (slowly)....
Well, the wallet doesn't crash like it used to, but I need to close it when I open other wallets. Win7-64/8Gb RAM, btw...

I hope there is a fix coming!

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February 20, 2016, 05:32:34 PM
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Hi, I still have a huge chuck of memory eaten by the CBX vault during staking. I thought v2.3.2 should fix this?



Yea me to, its much better than it was but there is definitely a memory leak somewhere (running Debian 8 x86) when staking - Just checked my daemon (had it staking for 1 week solid) and it had used 96% of my 250mb swap space - just restarted it and memory usage is now back to normal... but building again (slowly)....
Well, the wallet doesn't crash like it used to, but I need to close it when I open other wallets. Win7-64/8Gb RAM, btw...

I hope there is a fix coming!

Yes, Alex4J is working on a new version, which will include some fixes, and interface improvements...
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February 20, 2016, 07:25:03 PM
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Hello guys,
Yes last version was fixing a big parts of memory leaks, but i did not say it fix all.
It's hard to indentify all of them and find their source, i have to work on code that i did not write for begining, so it's hard for me to adopt it.
I am working on it as much as I can and try some things to improve it.

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February 20, 2016, 10:48:10 PM
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Thanks very much, Alex. (Gotta look after your dev!)

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February 21, 2016, 03:18:18 AM
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Hello guys,
Yes last version was fixing a big parts of memory leaks, but i did not say it fix all.
It's hard to indentify all of them and find their source, i have to work on code that i did not write for begining, so it's hard for me to adopt it.
I am working on it as much as I can and try some things to improve it.


Alex,

You just go ahead and do your thing Dude...you know I am here to help. Always ready to 'test' out the latest beta and send you a 'clean' debug to figure it out. Later-

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February 21, 2016, 08:58:13 AM
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Hello guys,
Yes last version was fixing a big parts of memory leaks, but i did not say it fix all.
It's hard to indentify all of them and find their source, i have to work on code that i did not write for begining, so it's hard for me to adopt it.
I am working on it as much as I can and try some things to improve it.


Great, I really apprechiate the work you out in!

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February 21, 2016, 12:18:12 PM
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What is happening on yobit. Price dropped or dumped just now



https://yobit.net/en/trade/CBX/BTC#12H


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February 21, 2016, 12:37:26 PM
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hi _what plan for 2016 ?
bittrex ?
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February 21, 2016, 12:41:56 PM
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What is happening on yobit. Price dropped or dumped just now

https://yobit.net/en/trade/CBX/BTC#12H


Only 1,000 CBX sold. Overall, a coin with 965,000 outstanding should be able to handle these minor trades.
We will need to build up stronger buysupport on a more meaningfull exchange. I do like Cryptopia but it's still a small exchange.


On another note, I have informed Elambert that I have coins stuck in cryptsy. Included is the approx 600 CBX that was meant for promotions.
At the moment there is no way for me to repay it and I can only wait for a chance to withdraw them.



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February 21, 2016, 05:46:55 PM
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Check out CryptoChainer.com saved my CBX wallet as I ran it through the hard fork but did not back it up before so I was left "Out of Sync". Try it out on your favorite Alts that are way out of sync don't forget to donate.

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February 21, 2016, 08:48:17 PM
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Man as soon as I get myself updated with the latest CBX version here I'm going to for sure get some staking going on with this freaking GEM!!!

I'm glad you see it that way. CBX is more like gold or silver, but in a digital form. Prices has been stable these days, but I am going to hold and stake CBX for the next massive pump (like the one that happened around 2 days ago). As soon as there is less supply, the more valuable it would be I think.  Cheesy

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February 21, 2016, 09:03:26 PM
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Man as soon as I get myself updated with the latest CBX version here I'm going to for sure get some staking going on with this freaking GEM!!!

I'm glad you see it that way. CBX is more like gold or silver, but in a digital form. Prices has been stable these days, but I am going to hold and stake CBX for the next massive pump (like the one that happened around 2 days ago). As soon as there is less supply, the more valuable it would be I think.  Cheesy

Did anyone get in on that unbelievable pump by the way?

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February 21, 2016, 09:26:59 PM
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Man as soon as I get myself updated with the latest CBX version here I'm going to for sure get some staking going on with this freaking GEM!!!

I'm glad you see it that way. CBX is more like gold or silver, but in a digital form. Prices has been stable these days, but I am going to hold and stake CBX for the next massive pump (like the one that happened around 2 days ago). As soon as there is less supply, the more valuable it would be I think.  Cheesy

Did anyone get in on that unbelievable pump by the way?

I try to stay away from pumps... it was nice to watch price going up so fast, though!
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February 21, 2016, 10:35:56 PM
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'Only 1,000 CBX sold. Overall, a coin with 965,000 outstanding should be able to handle these minor trades.'

Strongly agree, BTCat. Only .1 of a percent.

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February 22, 2016, 03:17:04 AM
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I sold 1 CBX at 0.006 and 1 CBX at 0.005, it was all I had on yobit at the time. I also sold 200 at around 0.0014 and 200 at 0.0008 on cryptopia during the aftermath, which I bought from the wall at 0.0006 the day before.

Ideally I know I should take another chunk out of the wall (which has since re-re-returned), but money is tight atm and bitcoin is up, so proceeds have gone towards some shiny new silver Britannias.

I used www.bitgild.com btw for the Britannias, to whoever it was recently asking about buying silver in the UK. Based I think in the Netherlands, they accept bitcoin and I found the price to be excellent. I shall use the service again when CBX gets back above 0.001 where it belongs.
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February 22, 2016, 07:38:09 AM
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What is happening on yobit. Price dropped or dumped just now

https://yobit.net/en/trade/CBX/BTC#12H


Only 1,000 CBX sold. Overall, a coin with 965,000 outstanding should be able to handle these minor trades.
We will need to build up stronger buysupport on a more meaningfull exchange. I do like Cryptopia but it's still a small exchange.


On another note, I have informed Elambert that I have coins stuck in cryptsy. Included is the approx 600 CBX that was meant for promotions.
At the moment there is no way for me to repay it and I can only wait for a chance to withdraw them.

Damn. Sorry to hear that BTCat. I have some coins there also 300cbx and various others, they are being very slow about enabling withdraws lately though. I was quite hopeful when they enabled some a few weeks ago, but nothing since then. Honestly I wasn't sure if it was fud or not, I got most my coins out to be safe, but left many that I didn't have wallets for etc. figuring it would probably all blow over anyway. I have a friend also who has 700 cbx stuck there (I did tell him he should move them when I first started hearing troubles). Hopefully all will be well in the end.

Now would be a very good time for a promotion too.
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February 22, 2016, 03:19:19 PM
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I sold 1 CBX at 0.006 and 1 CBX at 0.005, it was all I had on yobit at the time. I also sold 200 at around 0.0014 and 200 at 0.0008 on cryptopia during the aftermath, which I bought from the wall at 0.0006 the day before.

Ideally I know I should take another chunk out of the wall (which has since re-re-returned)

Take a chunk my man!

Guys, we are getting really close to breaking through from the 20-30 cent bargain basement pricing doldrums where we are floating. We still have people willing to sell at this level but their is a limited supply of CBX so this cannot go on forever. We have done some great things with tech and promotion and we have bigger plans for 2016. Every day new people are exposed to CBX. We are telling them in their own languages, at their forums, we are handing them promo cards with mobile Vault downloads in person, etc.

As we saw last week in the 'massive pump' - CBX can go up and it can go up quickly. That 'massive pump' was caused by someone purchasing 3 BTC worth of CBX lol. That's a $1200 investment! What happens to the price when the first person who is ready to invest $10k hears about CBX?

We have an exceptional platform with history, sound fundamentals, innovation and dedicated team and community. We are not going away, we are growing. Get on the ride and tell your friends. Help with the promo cards. And most importantly, hang on to your CBX and keep them in your personal Vault, in your control and staking!

Your kids will someday thank you.


p.s. We are putting together our 2016 plans for publication so stay tuned. It is going to be a great year!

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February 22, 2016, 06:18:50 PM
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I sold 1 CBX at 0.006 and 1 CBX at 0.005, it was all I had on yobit at the time. I also sold 200 at around 0.0014 and 200 at 0.0008 on cryptopia during the aftermath, which I bought from the wall at 0.0006 the day before.

Ideally I know I should take another chunk out of the wall (which has since re-re-returned), but money is tight atm and bitcoin is up, so proceeds have gone towards some shiny new silver Britannias.

I used www.bitgild.com btw for the Britannias, to whoever it was recently asking about buying silver in the UK. Based I think in the Netherlands, they accept bitcoin and I found the price to be excellent. I shall use the service again when CBX gets back above 0.001 where it belongs.

Trading CBX and taking advantage of arbitrage opportunities provides liquidity to our coin, so it is not a bad thing.

My opinion though, you will make much more money if you buy CBX, and hold: we all saw the massive effect a little 3 BTC input did to CBX's market. Market went ballistic, new CBX adopters appeared suddenly: it was a move that could change many CBX holder's lifestyles. If the low hanging CBX currently for sale disappears, the price can multiply by 10 its current value: you will never get such returns by trading, and might get caught with no more cheap CBX available to buy, after a strong and decisive rally.

This wall of CBX for sale is the work of one individual (not the market); and as elambert was saying, it will not last forever.

I know for myself, I am not selling my CBX for a low price anytime soon; we went all the way to 30$ per CBX that day...
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February 22, 2016, 07:01:50 PM
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hi _what plan for 2016 ?
bittrex ?

We will have an announcement outlining 2016 plans soon.

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February 22, 2016, 11:27:37 PM
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I sold 1 CBX at 0.006 and 1 CBX at 0.005, it was all I had on yobit at the time. I also sold 200 at around 0.0014 and 200 at 0.0008 on cryptopia during the aftermath, which I bought from the wall at 0.0006 the day before.

Ideally I know I should take another chunk out of the wall (which has since re-re-returned), but money is tight atm and bitcoin is up, so proceeds have gone towards some shiny new silver Britannias.

I used www.bitgild.com btw for the Britannias, to whoever it was recently asking about buying silver in the UK. Based I think in the Netherlands, they accept bitcoin and I found the price to be excellent. I shall use the service again when CBX gets back above 0.001 where it belongs.

Trading CBX and taking advantage of arbitrage opportunities provides liquidity to our coin, so it is not a bad thing.

My opinion though, you will make much more money if you buy CBX, and hold: we all saw the massive effect a little 3 BTC input did to CBX's market. Market went ballistic, new CBX adopters appeared suddenly. If the low hanging CBX currently for sale disappears, the price can multiply by 10 its current value: you will never get such returns by trading, and might get caught with no more cheap CBX available to buy, after a strong rally.

I know for myself, I am not selling my CBX for a low price anytime soon; we went all the way to 30$ per CBX that day...
I don’t think for a second that (all one million) CBX were worth $30 each the other day. Low-volume coins – ‘illiquid’ is the correct term -- gryrate wildly in response to purchases of a fraction of a percent of the extant units of the currency.

No trading? Then you position yourself thus:

2.0s: (a) have immense technological potential, but (b) also have ‘currency function,’ and (c) high-volume, which makes them attractive to merchants (currency function!).

1.0’s-of-the-just-HODL-and-don’t-trade-and-the-price-will-skyrocket type: (a) illiquid, therefore (b) uninteresting to merchants (no currency function), and (c) no technological potential.

I call for a frank theoretical appraisal of our situation. CBX is a cryptographic currency*, and it therefore requires ardent development of its merchant network.

The cryptosphere is already littered with the hulks of illiquid cryptos whose communities chose the path of waiting for the big investor, and the now-obvious-game-changing potential of the 2.0s, and the forthcoming government and corporate-backed cryptos, have made quiescence a formula for failure.


*and 'commodity' is a fine description of the currency for marketing purposes.

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