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Author Topic: Bullion (CBX) 'the Digital Precious Metal' | 2019 Roadmap published  (Read 357013 times)
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April 12, 2018, 09:05:39 AM
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This project has pretty good ideas and practicality Shocked When does the project begin?
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April 12, 2018, 11:49:35 AM
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This project has pretty good ideas and practicality Shocked When does the project begin?

Oh it has been worked on since 2013 Smiley
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April 12, 2018, 12:13:02 PM
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Interview of one of the founders of Coinbook.com - upcoming US cryptocurrency exchange to rival Coinbase.

Bullion will be on of the handful of coins with an exclusive listing (along with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Feathercoin)

https://soundcloud.com/commonwealthsocialcapital/coinbook-crypto-exchange-in-slc

Please take the time to listen to this when you can. It is a great story as to how they have gotten to their project of Coinbook!

I love the Gumption and Calculated risk taking of Calvin and Nate it reminds me of what I am trying to do right now and can deeply appreciate it. Sounds like Calvin and Nate have some great backgrounds and are taking Coinbook very seriously. They are going through the proper channels to make it Comply. As a result they shouldn't have to worry about as many legalities after the launch. It Sounds like they will also be really informing new users coming to the crypto world using their exchange, which I think is an excellent move.

This will tie nicely with the familiarity of the name Bullion. A mix of new(crypto) and old(bullion) a transition into the Crypto world and also having investment properties.  They have been around Crypto since 2013 as well and I believe this will be a great combination with them going to list Bullion as well!

Hopefully the Bullion community can help start building up to this future valuable exchange listing
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April 12, 2018, 03:43:20 PM
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Couple quick yet important announcements regarding a few community members really stepping up and working to grow and motivate our overall community. Resultant to this:

Bullion telegram channel has been growing in size and participation recently;
https://t.me/joinchat/FkBLVEimXQscVn1cetdd4g

As has our community reddit; (BTW Congrats to Nicjobi and Quinnzo!  You have both been sent invitations to become moderators) https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoBullionX/

Also, Quinnzo is running our twitter account now! Thank you for that and excellent work so far!
https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX

Please come out, join us, subscribe and participate!



Finally long time supporter and investor, killiz, has been working on organizing some promotional giveaways and contests so keep an eye out for him so you can participate!


Thank you all, it is extremely exciting to see the community rally around the project!
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April 12, 2018, 04:23:41 PM
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Couple quick yet important announcements regarding a few community members really stepping up and working to grow and motivate our overall community. Resultant to this:

Bullion telegram channel has been growing in size and participation recently;
https://t.me/joinchat/FkBLVEimXQscVn1cetdd4g

As has our community reddit; (BTW Congrats to Nicjobi and Quinnzo!  You have both been sent invitations to become moderators) https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoBullionX/

Also, Quinnzo is running our twitter account now! Thank you for that and excellent work so far!
https://twitter.com/CryptoBullionX

Please come out, join us, subscribe and participate!



Finally long time supporter and investor, killiz, has been working on organizing some promotional giveaways and contests so keep an eye out for him so you can participate!


Thank you all, it is extremely exciting to see the community rally around the project!

I look forward to helping out!
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April 12, 2018, 07:07:51 PM
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Coinbook Update!

https://twitter.com/coinbook_com/status/984507276852510720
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April 13, 2018, 05:04:09 AM
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Crypto Bullion realtime data on web; working with Chrome, Firefox, and Safari
https://bitscreener.com/coins/cryptogenic-bullion/real_time

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April 13, 2018, 07:19:08 AM
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as of yesterday my vault (v3.0) can't sync, stuck at block 2359262 and this error shows on debug.log

2018-04-13 07:01:54 receive version message: /Vault:2.4.4/: version 60010, blocks=2360397, us=141.237.52.229:51092, peer=1
2018-04-13 07:01:54 Added time data, samples 2, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
2018-04-13 07:01:55 ERROR: CheckBlock() : hashMerkleRoot mismatch
2018-04-13 07:01:55 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : CheckBlock FAILED
2018-04-13 07:01:55 Misbehaving: node.alex4j.cryptobullion.io (0 -> 100) BAN THRESHOLD EXCEEDED
2018-04-13 07:01:57 receive version message: /Vault:2.4.4/: version 60010, blocks=2360397, us=141.237.52.229:51094, peer=2
2018-04-13 07:01:58 ERROR: CheckBlock() : hashMerkleRoot mismatch
2018-04-13 07:01:58 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : CheckBlock FAILED
2018-04-13 07:01:58 Misbehaving: node.alex4j.cryptobullion.io (0 -> 100) BAN THRESHOLD EXCEEDED
2018-04-13 07:01:59 receive version message: /Vault:2.4.4/: version 60010, blocks=2360397, us=141.237.52.229:51095, peer=3
2018-04-13 07:02:00 ERROR: CheckBlock() : hashMerkleRoot mismatch
2018-04-13 07:02:00 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : CheckBlock FAILED
2018-04-13 07:02:00 Misbehaving: node.alex4j.cryptobullion.io (0 -> 100) BAN THRESHOLD EXCEEDED
2018-04-13 07:02:02 receive version message: /Vault:2.4.4/: version 60010, blocks=2360397, us=141.237.52.229:51097, peer=4
2018-04-13 07:02:03 ERROR: CheckBlock() : hashMerkleRoot mismatch
2018-04-13 07:02:03 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : CheckBlock FAILED
2018-04-13 07:02:03 Misbehaving: node.alex4j.cryptobullion.io (0 -> 100) BAN THRESHOLD EXCEEDED

any help from dev team ?
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April 13, 2018, 07:36:39 AM
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Similar my vault (v3.0) can't sync since yesterday

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April 13, 2018, 09:34:52 AM
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Similar my vault (v3.0) can't sync since yesterday

We have identified an issue with Vault 3 Alpha (test). The issue has been corrected but a new build will have to be compiled and released.

Vault 2.4.4 (stable/non-test) is not affected by the issue.
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April 13, 2018, 12:17:14 PM
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Similar my vault (v3.0) can't sync since yesterday

We have identified an issue with Vault 3 Alpha (test). The issue has been corrected but a new build will have to be compiled and released.

Vault 2.4.4 (stable/non-test) is not affected by the issue.



Whew... thought it was just me, been going crazy thru multiple machines trying to sync. The actual problem is no network connection and

I've confirmed that its not the windows firewall preventing connections. I have BTC, bitcore and cloak wallets/nodes running with no issues.

BTW vault 2.4.4 had the same problem for me when I gave up on vault 3.0 (thou I prefer vault 3.0). Thanks for the attention.
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April 14, 2018, 05:00:55 AM
Last edit: April 14, 2018, 07:18:20 AM by VonSpass
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Bullion 2018 Roadmap Development Update!

Abstract: BPN work still underway, much advanced; new Vault 3 alpha 4 released for public testing.

Good evening fellow Bullionaires!

Work for final BPN Vault continues; we are happy to report that, if we do not stumble upon another big problem, final testing of BPN Vault 3.0.0 is just weeks away! We are creating a lot of new unique code for Bullion, along with a unique solution to the "BPN queue" aspect, so there were some unpredictable hurdles; but it seems now as though they are all gradually going away.

We are also happy to report that we have compiled a new Vault 3.0.0 (this time, version alpha 4), that dismisses the bug that many have reported recently on this thread. This is exactly why we conduct a public alpha testing procedure, so that we clear out these unforeseen issues and in the end have code that is as stable as humanly possible; so thanks to all who are helping with this alpha test, and thanks for reporting the issues that you encounter.

The download links for the new Vault 3.0 alpha 4 are:

Windows alpha4: http://node.alex4j.cryptobullion.io/v30/bullion-qt.exe
Linux alpha4: http://node.alex4j.cryptobullion.io/v30/bullion-qt64.zip

Thank you all for your support, have an excellent weekend!
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April 14, 2018, 03:33:52 PM
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Thank you for the update Von!
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April 14, 2018, 07:10:31 PM
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the new version (v 3 alpha 4) works and staking like a charm for me... nice work guys
keep up the efforts and many congrats to you all for another quick response/solution
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April 15, 2018, 07:48:44 PM
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Hi CBX team

Just running the new Linux version (Alpha4) of the wallet released above - after a bit of fiddling managed to get a repeatable

Segmentation Fault (Core dumped)

error message by exiting the wallet during synchronisation - It re-started ok and after a re-scan I was back in business

I seem to be able to trigger the Seg fault by going into Settings, Options and selecting 'Show Master Nodes Tab' - quitting the wallet at this point repeatably raises the described segmentation fault on the command line

Nothing more useful in the debug log i'm afraid, but defo an unhanded exception somewhere - might be to do with the omission of the BPN stuff but regardless a seg fault it never a welcome error at any point of development

Home that helps squash a potential bug or two Smiley

Cheers

FR

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April 16, 2018, 08:29:20 AM
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Hi CBX team

Just running the new Linux version (Alpha4) of the wallet released above - after a bit of fiddling managed to get a repeatable

Segmentation Fault (Core dumped)

error message by exiting the wallet during synchronisation - It re-started ok and after a re-scan I was back in business

I seem to be able to trigger the Seg fault by going into Settings, Options and selecting 'Show Master Nodes Tab' - quitting the wallet at this point repeatably raises the described segmentation fault on the command line

Nothing more useful in the debug log i'm afraid, but defo an unhanded exception somewhere - might be to do with the omission of the BPN stuff but regardless a seg fault it never a welcome error at any point of development

Home that helps squash a potential bug or two Smiley

Cheers

FR

Hi, FR.

Thanks for the time you took to investigate this.
The 'Show Master Nodes Tab' option was deliberately soft-disabled for the alpha: you may activate it but nothing will happen.
It's true it shouldn't crash, and actually I never experienced that crash myself, but as it was a quick fix just for the alpha, something might have escaped our eyes.
I assume the crashes seem to be related to just setting this option? No crashes under other circumstances?

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April 16, 2018, 04:52:06 PM
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I posted this to Bullions Telegram https://t.me/joinchat/FkBLVEimXQscVn1cetdd4g

Just some thoughts I have had from thinking this weekend. I hope people take the time to read it. Let me know what you agree with/disagree/possible issues with ideas. I know I am not a part of the dev team but am an investor with ideas. Ideas are easier said than done though.

This isn't full time for you guys now from my understanding but at what point would the four of you go full time Bullion. This is a big deal and know it needs to be carefully thought out.

I appreciate the work going on behind the scenes from developers. I have done thankless jobs in the past and understand how this can be similar especially with new people who don't understand what all goes into it. Thank You!

I am starting to read the older Reddit posts to better grasp everything and will finish that this week. I plan to educate myself more into how coding/development is done.

I think Bullion can be the worldly coin. The Dev team so far it looks like is from the United States(Chris "elambert"), Canada(VonSpass) Belgium(Alexandre "Alex4J"), Portugal(Malafaya).

I see Bullion as being the Facebook to Bitcoins Myspace. Maybe a bad comparison because of the books current dilemma but a good one nonetheless. You have the old inefficient/costly bitcoin mining going on that non technical people do not care about. The POSP and BPNs are more energy efficient/easier to run and the rewards system is a bigger aspect for the masses than understood currently I believe. People love to the feeling of being rewarded myself included.

Some of this may already be in the process apologise if it is.

Okay on to ideas:

Website: Would add the Bullion Widget from Coinmarketcap that shows current price and volume. Another option that is probably way more difficult but to make it more worldly is have the current USD price but also the option for all major currencies as a drop down option? Adding more when possible

Have a spot of the website stating Short term/Long Term goals of the Developers.

Simplicity: I cannot overstate that we need to have a "How to use your Vault: page on the new website. Explaining it as Simply as possible(Child like). I avoided getting into crypto for quite a while because it seemed so hard to get into. Finally went with Coinbase because of its simple layout. You guys are heading into the right direction with the Coinbook listing because it sounds like they are going to educate their buyers. To further back up the education that Coinbook will be giving it's customers and give them more confidence see if it's possible to add to Coinbooks listing a "How to use your Bullion Vault and be Rewarded!" or something along those lines.

Terminology:
You already have 1/100 or .01 of a CBX being called a Bull and multiples are Bulls. We need to prepare to start talking in terms of Bulls in the near future as the CBX price will increase. People that aren't able to buy that much will associate better with Bulls. Currently a staking reward is over .04 CBX. Switch that to Bulls and it is 4+ Bulls that have been rewarded. Which one would sound better to the masses. It would be the whole number reward of Bulls received. Maybe even force future updates of the vault to automatically be in Bulls when loaded and bigger bag holders change it to CBX totals.

Going back to widget for Bullion. Maybe have the full price of 1 CBX and 1 Bull on the intial website page.

Rewards/Apps:
Is it possible to make an app where all it would do is have people put their Vault address in it and have it tie into CBX Rich list and the app would send a message/notification something like "Congratulations you've received 4+ Bulls from Staking" with our logo if they have been running their vault from home so they can see the progress while out in the real world? Once again I think the sense of a reward for an investor is a major player.

Conclusion:
I will think of more things that come to my head. Hope to hear feedback and once again Ideas are easier said than done Smiley

Added:
 I think your creation is great and the Bullion Brand it could go sky rocketing quickly and become a full time job. Devs and early adopters need to be rewarded and I get that and support it. Another thing is if you a looking in being involved in charity down the road after getting you and the devs set. Maybe something like the "The Bullion Initiative" worldwide charity just would have to make sure proof of the work being done and be as transparent as possible with representatives in countries to show proof of where the funds are being allocated.








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April 16, 2018, 05:07:35 PM
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another thing I am wondering about is the 5 BPNs for the development. Would you consider burning the 2000CBX of 1 or 2 or 3 of them when Price per CBX reaches certain levels. I'd vote to always keep at least 2 BPNs for the development personally at this time
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April 16, 2018, 05:10:05 PM
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I know you have been working on this since at least 2013 but how do we keep sure that the dev team doesn't run away if price increases rapidly? I don't get the sense from you guys that you would though. Always responsive, Helpful and open to ideas!
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April 16, 2018, 05:22:18 PM
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Hi CBX team

Just running the new Linux version (Alpha4) of the wallet released above - after a bit of fiddling managed to get a repeatable

Segmentation Fault (Core dumped)

error message by exiting the wallet during synchronisation - It re-started ok and after a re-scan I was back in business

I seem to be able to trigger the Seg fault by going into Settings, Options and selecting 'Show Master Nodes Tab' - quitting the wallet at this point repeatably raises the described segmentation fault on the command line

Nothing more useful in the debug log i'm afraid, but defo an unhanded exception somewhere - might be to do with the omission of the BPN stuff but regardless a seg fault it never a welcome error at any point of development

Home that helps squash a potential bug or two Smiley

Cheers

FR

Hi, FR.

Thanks for the time you took to investigate this.
The 'Show Master Nodes Tab' option was deliberately soft-disabled for the alpha: you may activate it but nothing will happen.
It's true it shouldn't crash, and actually I never experienced that crash myself, but as it was a quick fix just for the alpha, something might have escaped our eyes.
I assume the crashes seem to be related to just setting this option? No crashes under other circumstances?

Indeed, just for setting this option... So no, not that I could see, tho I haven attempted staking in Alpha 4 just yet...

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