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Question: With BPN, we are segmenting the CBX money offer, thus allowing 250 000 CBX to take part in BPN. What do you recommend, as for how many CBX need to be locked to form a BPN:
2000 CBX per BPN, 125 possible nodes
1000 CBX per BPN, 250 possible nodes
500 CBX per BPN, 500 possible nodes
250 CBX per BPN, 1000 possible nodes

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April 07, 2015, 02:09:09 PM
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Promo video teaser link added to home page of the website.

http://cryptobullion.io/
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April 08, 2015, 07:21:58 AM
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I wonder if the A/V software is simply looking for words like USER, JOIN and WHO embedded within the executable? Or even just the IRC server hostname? If so, basic encryption of the strings may be sufficient to prevent a false trigger.
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April 13, 2015, 12:17:08 PM
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I wonder if the A/V software is simply looking for words like USER, JOIN and WHO embedded within the executable? Or even just the IRC server hostname? If so, basic encryption of the strings may be sufficient to prevent a false trigger.

It looks like you may be onto something there almightyruler Smiley We've been doing some tests/experiments with Kaspersky and have compiled a version that no longer gets flagged. I think Kerspersky's heuristics engine is pattern matching the text and one or more sections of bytecode in the binary/exe, which is triggering the false positive.

Elambert is replacing the windows executables on the site, so if anyone has had trouble with the issue. Please download the updated windows wallet shortly.

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April 13, 2015, 02:30:02 PM
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I wonder if the A/V software is simply looking for words like USER, JOIN and WHO embedded within the executable? Or even just the IRC server hostname? If so, basic encryption of the strings may be sufficient to prevent a false trigger.

It looks like you may be onto something there almightyruler Smiley We've been doing some tests/experiments with Kaspersky and have compiled a version that no longer gets flagged. I think Kerspersky's heuristics engine is pattern matching the text and one or more sections of bytecode in the binary/exe, which is triggering the false positive.

Elambert is replacing the windows executables on the site, so if anyone has had trouble with the issue. Please download the updated windows wallet shortly.

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Website updated. Thank you digit, almightyruler and raizor!
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April 15, 2015, 07:17:12 AM
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Hello guys.

We have set up an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channel on FreeNode IRC. I've created and registered the channel #cryptobullion, so if you're already an IRC user, please pop by and say hello. If you've never used IRC before, you can connect using a web-client in your browser: https://webchat.freenode.net I find IRC is great for keeping in touch and makes a nice addition to message boards for live chatting. Hopefully we'll have a tipping and help bot running in the channel soon too Smiley

In other news, the CryptoBullion Casino I mentioned a little while ago is now up and running and features Roulette, Blackjack, Video Poker and Dice. You can play with 'play' money or real CBX. We will be running some promotions for the Casino here and on IRC soon. You can visit the Casino at: http://cbxcasino.l8.io. If you are playing with real CBX, please be sure to backup your personal URL so that you can revisit your game page in future. The site offers the option to email yourself the details for future reference.

Thanks all,

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April 15, 2015, 08:52:37 AM
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Great updates and developments. Congratulations with the CBX casino, it looks amazing.

casino tweet: https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX/status/588268672298287104
IRC tweet: https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX/status/588266541705105408


I'd like your opinion on something, this is not to promote Horizon. They have released decentralized trading in the wallet (HZXchange) and with that comes the option to trade cryptocurrencies.
Please read their post here and tell me if this is something for CBX to be included in.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=823785.msg11090037#msg11090037

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April 15, 2015, 09:32:39 AM
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OP, reddit and website updated.
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April 15, 2015, 09:39:27 AM
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Great updates and developments. Congratulations with the CBX casino, it looks amazing.

casino tweet: https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX/status/588268672298287104
IRC tweet: https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX/status/588266541705105408


I'd like your opinion on something, this is not to promote Horizon. They have released decentralized trading in the wallet (HZXchange) and with that comes the option to trade cryptocurrencies.
Please read their post here and tell me if this is something for CBX to be included in.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=823785.msg11090037#msg11090037

Thanks BTCat! This is the first I've heard of Horizon. It sounds interesting, but something about it makes me a little nervous. I'm still waiting to be convinced by SuperNet and this seems to be cut from the same cloth. Personally, I'd give it some time to see how it pans out. I may be being overly cautious though. My two cents Smiley

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April 15, 2015, 10:00:08 AM
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Please be overly cautious as cryptocurrencies is a wild world.  Cheesy

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April 15, 2015, 11:26:28 AM
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Great updates and developments. Congratulations with the CBX casino, it looks amazing.

casino tweet: https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX/status/588268672298287104
IRC tweet: https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX/status/588266541705105408


I'd like your opinion on something, this is not to promote Horizon. They have released decentralized trading in the wallet (HZXchange) and with that comes the option to trade cryptocurrencies.
Please read their post here and tell me if this is something for CBX to be included in.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=823785.msg11090037#msg11090037

I also follow HZ time to time. And see some potential at it due to more fair distribution over NXT. And I really want to see CB in its HZxchange. Im really bored cryptsy (and centralised exchanges). And it would always be better to be able trading other than BTC.

I will try their other crypto-HZ exchange will give feedback about them.
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April 15, 2015, 12:42:46 PM
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Hello guys.

We have set up an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channel on FreeNode IRC. I've created and registered the channel #cryptobullion, so if you're already an IRC user, please pop by and say hello. If you've never used IRC before, you can connect using a web-client in your browser: https://webchat.freenode.net I find IRC is great for keeping in touch and makes a nice addition to message boards for live chatting. Hopefully we'll have a tipping and help bot running in the channel soon too Smiley

In other news, the CryptoBullion Casino I mentioned a little while ago is now up and running and features Roulette, Blackjack, Video Poker and Dice. You can play with 'play' money or real CBX. We will be running some promotions for the Casino here and on IRC soon. You can visit the Casino at: http://cbxcasino.l8.io. If you are playing with real CBX, please be sure to backup your personal URL so that you can revisit your game page in future. The site offers the option to email yourself the details for future reference.

Thanks all,

raizor

Wonderful news!

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April 16, 2015, 09:44:24 PM
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Long time not used cbx wallet and now cant syncing it, with newest version of wallet. Looks like i need new version wallet.dat? Can anyone "step-by-step" help me? Or have we some web-manual or etc? Tried with download blockchain, tried bootstrap and nothing good. Thanks.
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April 17, 2015, 07:08:13 AM
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Hi NaNaec. I'll send you a PM so we can get this sorted out for you.

cheers,

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April 19, 2015, 08:33:55 AM
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There seems to be problems with the mining. Nothing found after block 942252.
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/chain/CryptoBullion
https://coinplorer.com/CGB

Problems in the code?

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April 19, 2015, 11:18:48 AM
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There seems to be problems with the mining. Nothing found after block 942252.
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/chain/CryptoBullion
https://coinplorer.com/CGB

Problems in the code?

Thanks for letting us know linusdunkers. We're looking into this now. I'll post an update shortly.

thanks,

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April 19, 2015, 11:31:24 AM
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There seems to be problems with the mining. Nothing found after block 942252.
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/chain/CryptoBullion
https://coinplorer.com/CGB

Problems in the code?

Thanks for letting us know linusdunkers. We're looking into this now. I'll post an update shortly.

thanks,

raizor

This is somehow interesting...
Has there been a hard fork or something?

https://cgb.theblocksfactory.com/statsAuth
Next Network Block = 40602,  Current = 40601

https://coinplorer.com/CGB
https://coinplorer.com/CGB/Blocks/0000000013e3c74849d29367d89cc9104c8a72fe055b1f2a4079c3415562afe5
Current = 942,253, Last found block = 942,252

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April 19, 2015, 12:16:19 PM
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There seems to be problems with the mining. Nothing found after block 942252.
http://blockexplorer.cryptobullion.io/chain/CryptoBullion
https://coinplorer.com/CGB

Problems in the code?

Thanks for letting us know linusdunkers. We're looking into this now. I'll post an update shortly.

thanks,

raizor

This is somehow interesting...
Has there been a hard fork or something?

https://cgb.theblocksfactory.com/statsAuth
Next Network Block = 40602,  Current = 40601

https://coinplorer.com/CGB
https://coinplorer.com/CGB/Blocks/0000000013e3c74849d29367d89cc9104c8a72fe055b1f2a4079c3415562afe5
Current = 942,253, Last found block = 942,252

The wallet is still synchronizing but estimated total blocks = 940937


The wallet is still synchronizing but estimated total blocks = 941244

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April 19, 2015, 10:11:29 PM
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linusdunekrs, you seem to be on the correct chain. Block 942,187 is our latest, with a hash of 00000000072f26c1518e6d136aab2dbce75c40555ddd91532c64fd85aa93c45f. It looks like a few nodes ended up on a competing chain yesterday. All our nodes automatically switched to the correct chain, but coinplorer and theblocksfactory still seem to be having some issues. We'll reach out to them tomorrow to hopefully get it resolved quickly. Thank you for the info, we'll post an update tomorrow.

thanks,

raizor

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April 19, 2015, 11:02:55 PM
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linusdunekrs, you seem to be on the correct chain. Block 942,187 is our latest, with a hash of 00000000072f26c1518e6d136aab2dbce75c40555ddd91532c64fd85aa93c45f. It looks like a few nodes ended up on a competing chain yesterday. All our nodes automatically switched to the correct chain, but coinplorer and theblocksfactory still seem to be having some issues. We'll reach out to them tomorrow to hopefully get it resolved quickly. Thank you for the info, we'll post an update tomorrow.

thanks,

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I have notified coinplorer and theblocksfactory, will update this thread when I get confirmation that they have synced to correct chain.
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April 20, 2015, 11:15:47 AM
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Source code on github has been updated with additional checkpoints. New Linux builds are available now via the website. We will be adding Windows builds and Mac shortly. Please update as these are released as we suspect old clients running on the network as part of the cause of recent contest. 
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