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April 12, 2015, 05:13:26 PM
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The AMD A8-4500 runs better with the 4 setting believe it or not.
Think it has to do with the the fact it has 4 integer cores.. Not 100% sure though.
I get just over ~2.1 mh/s with it in "setgenerate true 4" and ~1.4 mh/s with the 2 setting.

As long as I don't crash myself again buggering around with voltage and clock speeds I should be good. Cheesy
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April 12, 2015, 08:38:37 PM
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The AMD A8-4500 runs better with the 4 setting believe it or not.
Think it has to do with the the fact it has 4 integer cores.. Not 100% sure though.
I get just over ~2.1 mh/s with it in "setgenerate true 4" and ~1.4 mh/s with the 2 setting.

As long as I don't crash myself again buggering around with voltage and clock speeds I should be good. Cheesy

Ok, test different settings to find the one that is correct for you. If it runs better with 4 threads, then run it like that.

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April 12, 2015, 08:56:27 PM
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Gabriel, is there any plan to get a working block explorer so people will know if they are on the right fork?  The way this coin has issues with syncing it seems that forking is something that could easily occur.  Also, are there any official nodes to add to the .conf file to make sure people can sync?  What are the plans going forward?  You also need to release the source code as binaries only are likely preventing people from getting involved with this coin. 

Gabriel, is there any plan to get a working block explorer so people will know if they are on the right fork? 
- If you believe it is a good thing to get into place, yes, definitely. Unfortunately our resources are a bit limited so some sort of priority order should be put into place. In general, here are some high priority areas in no particular order:
1. Making sure that the initial download works smoother than before. Seeding with a torrent is a temporary solution.
2. Getting the codebase aligned with the bitcoin development. Several larger improvements has happened since the final fork from Bitcoin approx. eight months back.
3. Getting pooled mining up and running. Pooled mining in this case would mean enabling the possibility for coin holders to offer up coins for deposit to dedicated proof-of-work miners. The protocol allows it, but pooling code needs to be written.
4. Creating a Block explorer and other support tools.

Also, are there any official nodes to add to the .conf file to make sure people can sync? 
These are the dns seeders built into the client:
    vSeeds.push_back(CDNSSeedData("bitcredit-currency.org", "dnsseed.bitcredit-currency.org"));
    vSeeds.push_back(CDNSSeedData("xlre4.org", "seed.xlre4.org"));
    vSeeds.push_back(CDNSSeedData("crenode.org", "seed.crenode.org"));

And these are the seed nodes:
unsigned int bitcredit_pnSeed[] = {
    0xfcdb9a36, 0xaf9f9a36, 0x06329a36, 0x0b621034, 0x72349836, 0x2b78ae36, 0x4080ae36, 0xb689ae36,
};

Apart from these, there are no official nodes that can be manually added. If you or any other person want to provide more official nodes, you are more than welcome.


What are the plans going forward? 
- See priority areas above. Also, getting a proper site up describing the coin would be good. Getting the word out is also important, for the moment proof-of-work mining only is possible, but won't be in a few (3-4) months time. Before that, a large as possible distribution is quite important, to spread the possibilities for people to mine.
- Getting the source published as soon as possible. If you have suggestions on how it should be done we are all ears, just publishing it straight up or getting selected reviewers to look at it first.

You also need to release the source code as binaries only are likely preventing people from getting involved with this coin.
- See response above.

Opinions?

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April 13, 2015, 09:19:49 PM
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Reading your post above I like the direction in which you are planning to carry Bircredit in.
I think a blockchain explorer and a source code release on github or something would help out greatly.

Continuing to spread the word is the part I am qualified to do, And will gladly continue to do.
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April 14, 2015, 05:07:11 AM
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Was wondering what this means on the output?

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2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: dust
2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: scriptsig-non-canonical-push
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April 14, 2015, 05:38:53 AM
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Was wondering what this means on the output?

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2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: dust
2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: scriptsig-non-canonical-push

That just means that the built in Bitcoin client recieved a non-standard-transaction. It is quite common that nodes (for whatever reason) sends malformed or non-conformant transactions to other nodes. There is no way to prevent them from doing that, apart from banning tehm after a while for misbehaviour.

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April 14, 2015, 05:46:42 AM
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Was wondering what this means on the output?

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2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: dust
2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: scriptsig-non-canonical-push

That just means that the built in Bitcoin client recieved a non-standard-transaction. It is quite common that nodes (for whatever reason) sends malformed or non-conformant transactions to other nodes. There is no way to prevent them from doing that, apart from banning tehm after a while for misbehaviour.

Ahh, Thank you for the explanation.
 
I've not had much luck mining today. Seems the network hashrate is up. :/
Sort of a double edged sword. Glad people are using/mining CRE but sad my processing power is dilluted.
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April 14, 2015, 06:06:05 AM
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Was wondering what this means on the output?

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2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: dust
2015-04-14 05:04:59 ERROR: Bitcoin: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: scriptsig-non-canonical-push

That just means that the built in Bitcoin client recieved a non-standard-transaction. It is quite common that nodes (for whatever reason) sends malformed or non-conformant transactions to other nodes. There is no way to prevent them from doing that, apart from banning tehm after a while for misbehaviour.

Ahh, Thank you for the explanation.
 
I've not had much luck mining today. Seems the network hashrate is up. :/
Sort of a double edged sword. Glad people are using/mining CRE but sad my processing power is dilluted.

No worries, keep on mining. I think you will have enough time in the coming weeks, the hashrate does not rise that fast.

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April 14, 2015, 07:44:31 PM
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So far I have mined 14 Bitcredit blocks!

Trying to borrow some processing power from a friend to expand my mining operations.

Spreading the word and getting more people involved.
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April 14, 2015, 09:01:26 PM
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I would like to be the first to Buy/Sell Bitcredit (CRE).

As it is not yet offered on exchange I will make a public ledger if anyone is interested in buying/selling CRE!
If you would like to view the Bitcredit(CRE) - Buy and Sell ledger please click here. <== Click me!
(If Gabriel wants me to make my own thread for this I will gladly do so and post the link on this post)



Bids/Asks:

Ask: .00025BTC / 1 CRE

Bid: .00021BTC / 1 CRE



Please feel free to post trades below or PM me with your questions!
I am offering some Bitcredit for sale from my own stash if you wish to speculate on price when it hits exchange!
(offers are also accepted, prices negotiable and haggling encouraged)




I am also extending my help for anyone who would like to get into CRE.
All and all I would have 45GB free on your drive to ensure you have space for the client.
Estimated times downloading the blockchains as well as syncing varies greatly with PC/ISP specs.



Cheers,

KLYE

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April 15, 2015, 12:38:20 PM
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10 Bitcredit welcome bonus for new miners!

Anyone (full member or above) who wants to check out Bitcredit can receive a 10 CRE welcome from myself!

Go download the client HERE, and once you download and install/run it once check out HERE to get a faster sync.
Once you are synced up and ready to start mining and receiving CRE: Post your address below to get 10 Bitcredit!

Be advised the whole BTC blockchain is required for Bitcredit to function. (This is a Bitcoin soft sidechain after all)
Please ensure you have ~45GB of free hard-drive space before starting the installation and sync process.

KLYE is not affiliated with nor part of the Bitcredit development team in any way, The CRE given away here are mined by myself. Smiley
I retain the right to deny the welcome bonus if I feel people are abusing it and/or multi-accounting in order to abuse this giveaway.
This offer is good for 50 Bitcointalk.org users ranked full member or above, and may be cancelled at any time deemed necessary.


Bitcredit given away so far: 70 / 500 CRE


Good luck and happy mining!

KLYE
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April 15, 2015, 05:46:52 PM
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10 Bitcredit welcome bonus for new miners!

Anyone (full member or above) who wants to check out Bitcredit can receive a 10 CRE welcome from myself!

Go download the client HERE, and once you download and install/run it once check out HERE to get a faster sync.
Once you are synced up and ready to start mining and receiving CRE: Post your address below to get 10 Bitcredit!

Be advised the whole BTC blockchain is required for Bitcredit to function. (This is a Bitcoin soft sidechain after all)
Please ensure you have ~45GB of free hard-drive space before starting the installation and sync process.

KLYE is not affiliated with nor part of the Bitcredit development team in any way, The CRE given away here are mined by myself. Smiley
I retain the right to deny the welcome bonus if I feel people are abusing it and/or multi-accounting in order to abuse this giveaway.
This offer is good for 50 Bitcointalk.org users ranked full member or above, and may be cancelled at any time deemed necessary.


Bitcredit given away so far: 0 / 500 CRE


Good luck and happy mining!

KLYE

Thank you for your effort in trying to get people started with Bitcredit.

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April 15, 2015, 05:58:58 PM
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New streamlined version in testing.

A new version of the client is being tested for the moment. This version should solve the problems some people have been having with the initial syncing process.

Expect it to be released in a few days.

Once this release is out, the source code will be released as well.

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April 15, 2015, 07:01:59 PM
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10 Bitcredit welcome bonus for new miners!

Anyone (full member or above) who wants to check out Bitcredit can receive a 10 CRE welcome from myself!

Go download the client HERE, and once you download and install/run it once check out HERE to get a faster sync.
Once you are synced up and ready to start mining and receiving CRE: Post your address below to get 10 Bitcredit!

Be advised the whole BTC blockchain is required for Bitcredit to function. (This is a Bitcoin soft sidechain after all)
Please ensure you have ~45GB of free hard-drive space before starting the installation and sync process.

KLYE is not affiliated with nor part of the Bitcredit development team in any way, The CRE given away here are mined by myself. Smiley
I retain the right to deny the welcome bonus if I feel people are abusing it and/or multi-accounting in order to abuse this giveaway.
This offer is good for 50 Bitcointalk.org users ranked full member or above, and may be cancelled at any time deemed necessary.


Bitcredit given away so far: 0 / 500 CRE


Good luck and happy mining!

KLYE
Should I post CRE address here? or PM?
Anyway, it is: 1NA..........z3U
Thanks in advance..

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April 15, 2015, 07:38:25 PM
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10 Bitcredit welcome bonus for new miners!

Anyone (full member or above) who wants to check out Bitcredit can receive a 10 CRE welcome from myself!

Go download the client HERE, and once you download and install/run it once check out HERE to get a faster sync.
Once you are synced up and ready to start mining and receiving CRE: Post your address below to get 10 Bitcredit!

Be advised the whole BTC blockchain is required for Bitcredit to function. (This is a Bitcoin soft sidechain after all)
Please ensure you have ~45GB of free hard-drive space before starting the installation and sync process.

KLYE is not affiliated with nor part of the Bitcredit development team in any way, The CRE given away here are mined by myself. Smiley
I retain the right to deny the welcome bonus if I feel people are abusing it and/or multi-accounting in order to abuse this giveaway.
This offer is good for 50 Bitcointalk.org users ranked full member or above, and may be cancelled at any time deemed necessary.


Bitcredit given away so far: 0 / 500 CRE


Good luck and happy mining!

KLYE
Should I post CRE address here? or PM?
Anyway, it is: 1NA8PnQei7UtT2sDNnSoUY7SsAHVy4dz3U
Thanks in advance..

Sent!

Code:
Date: 2015-04-15 14:37
To: 1NA8PnQei7UtT2sDNnSoUY7SsAHVy4dz3U
Debit: -10.00 CRE
Transaction fee: -0.00000001 CRE
Net amount: -10.00000001 CRE
Transaction ID: d8b1ec6d29af537a60570b0e8ebe2311d8aadd55adf1fbbfd21001048159726e-000
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April 15, 2015, 08:12:21 PM
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I am currently having trouble getting the program to run due to bind fail on 0.0.0.0:8333 even when I create a shortcut and specify the -listen=0 flag for it to use any port, it still tries to use 8333, also tried setting things in a bitcredit.conf file with no luck as well.
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April 15, 2015, 09:31:50 PM
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I am currently having trouble getting the program to run due to bind fail on 0.0.0.0:8333 even when I create a shortcut and specify the -listen=0 flag for it to use any port, it still tries to use 8333, also tried setting things in a bitcredit.conf file with no luck as well.

I'm not exactly an expert on the matter, But it sounds to me like your files in the appdata/roaming/bitcredit directory may be set to read only.
Check it out and see if they are, I recall having a similar issue on one of my first attempts.

Did you use the torrent blockchain method? If so please make sure you fully read and understand the post HERE.
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April 15, 2015, 09:43:42 PM
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Hello Klye  Kiss


Got them connections, lets see where this new coin brings us.

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April 15, 2015, 09:54:18 PM
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Hello Klye  Kiss


Got them connections, lets see where this new coin brings us.

 Cool

Hail Dar. Let me know when you are downloaded and synced up and I'll send over 10 CRE.
I will make a *tiny* exception to the full member rule as I know you from just-dice.com.
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April 15, 2015, 09:55:32 PM
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I am currently having trouble getting the program to run due to bind fail on 0.0.0.0:8333 even when I create a shortcut and specify the -listen=0 flag for it to use any port, it still tries to use 8333, also tried setting things in a bitcredit.conf file with no luck as well.

I'm not exactly an expert on the matter, But it sounds to me like your files in the appdata/roaming/bitcredit directory may be set to read only.
Check it out and see if they are, I recall having a similar issue on one of my first attempts.

Did you use the torrent blockchain method? If so please make sure you fully read and understand the post HERE.

I figured the problem out it was because I had checked out the other one named bitcredits and it was trying to hijack its directory.  Or not as while deleting the directory from the other one actually let me pick a directory detecting it was a first run, we quickly resulted back to the other issue.

Also as for the torrent question, no I did not as I already have a full bitcoin block chain and am going to use an alternate method to get the program up to speed, provided it will ever open to create the initial data folders for the blockchain since all it created before it fails to bind is the basic directory structure without the folders for the chains.
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