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Quote from: breakcrypto on April 29, 2019, 04:35:32 PM
I got a chance to debug PIVX clients that were going missing. Apparently they use some double-broadcast ridiculousness to get into an ENABLED state. I'll release a patch shortly so you can issue a single broadcast and then run the phantom daemons.

If you want more technical details, they create a catch-22 scenario where a broadcast goes out, is marked as PRE_ENABLED but the code doesn't respect PRE_ENABLED. When the network tries to update, it rejects it because the masternode isn't ENABLED, but it can't get ENABLED until it accepts the update. I've got a work around that sends a broadcast that instantly goes to ENABLED and then everything works fine.

The downside, you'll need to run the broadcast command and then run the phantom daemon -- so it's two steps vs. one step for DASH -- but still easy.

Update should be coming in a day or two.

best,
break

Hey, it seems like you are doing proper work on this container-- however I have heard there is some concern from Bittrex security regarding your tool's potential ability to spoof existing MNs. My understanding is that MN peer nodes don't validate a static IP of the MN set at the time of configuration. Trex security have apparently been lurking your discord and they are worried your tool can be modified to Sybil-attack MN networks for easy forking, vote manipulation, or double spend via Sybil-falsified instantsend quorum.

Additionally some scanning of the Windows binary has revealed TrojanDropper.Dapato.zby which I'm hoping is a false positive.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/34d5553bca53dd84560f4779071bf5267bb9f1755d4b2dc4208f576d4a977ac8/analysis/1556570810/

I apologize for having to edit my neutral post above to a warning but a lot of people follow blindly what I say and I didn't want to be responsible for any losses incurred by people testing your tool without full awareness of the risks.
Quote from: breakcrypto on April 26, 2019, 02:17:16 PM
Phantom nodes requires no static IP address, no copy of the blockchain, and no proof-of-service. As such, you can run a node on any IP address of your liking: 1.1.1.1 or 8.8.8.8 if you wish. The phantom daemon is extremely lightweight allowing you to run hundreds of nodes from a modest machine if you wished. And, possibly most importantly, you can move your currently running masternodes to phantom nodes without restarting since a real IP address is no longer a requirement.

The phantom daemon is custom built wallet designed to replicate only what is required for pre-EVO masternodes to run; it replaces the masternode daemon piece. It does not handle any wallet private keys and has no access to your coins. You will still need a wallet to start your masternodes, but once started, the phatom node system will handle the rest for you.

Binaries and source available: https://github.com/breakcrypto/phantom

API being developed here: https://github.com/jackkdev/phantom-hosting

Dedicated docker images being developed here: https://hub.docker.com/r/aviator86/phantom

Updates and upgrades coming daily.

best,
break

There is a danger this app will steal all coins on the VPS or PC on which it is run. Do not use it. Expect this post to be deleted by the self-moderator.
133100 blocks premined. Relaunch fairly or this clone is fully DOA.
Watching with interest and willing to offer support.
Sure I'll stake these. People, compile your own wallet or use a VM. Just in case.
First protocol for spending my bags in the afterlife?!?!? all in

EDIT: Why is haron.com a site for a Land Rover/Jaguar dealership in Fresno California? Is that what we get to drive in the afterlife?

EDIT 2: checked IDEX, Kyber, Bancor, Airswap, EtherDelta, ForkDelta, Paradex, TheTokenStore, and RadarRelay, and could not find a token called XARON with contract address
0x28d702edd2ec608a8d4dcafffa76b509a8e5805f.
251 million coins total supply.
250 million coin premine.
cannot even begin to can
Quote from: slicecoin on March 08, 2019, 01:05:19 AM
Code:
{
  "blocks": 22391,
  "currentblockweight": 0,
  "currentblocktx": 0,
  "difficulty": 1477.10156810213,
  "networkhashps": 13737989007.16014,
  "pooledtx": 0,
  "chain": "main",
  "warnings": ""
}

That's a hefty premine. 11.4 million coins out of the total 100 million.

Yes, 11% that needs to be spread among loyal community soon, to stimulate some interest and development around SLC.

I'm glad you noticed this small project notsofast, i know you years ago from twitter, and you are still fast as hell, no matter what your nickname says. Smiley

I noticed your @slicecoincore Twitter handle was a changeover from something else established in 2015 and got curious. Wink
Code:
{
  "blocks": 22391,
  "currentblockweight": 0,
  "currentblocktx": 0,
  "difficulty": 1477.10156810213,
  "networkhashps": 13737989007.16014,
  "pooledtx": 0,
  "chain": "main",
  "warnings": ""
}

That's a hefty premine. 11.4 million coins out of the total 100 million.
If the discord group gets deleted AND the twitter gets deleted, that's pretty much an abandonment by the dev.
Looks good will mine
Quote from: extravirgin on February 12, 2019, 12:10:12 PM
Watching. I like to see that Pyramus got here first.

It doesn't bother you that the website doesn't even work?  Or more importantly, that the premine appears to be 55M coins?!?
http://t1.originchain.io/explorer.php?q=address&data=2j7bgeD9vZDsgG5z9vJEZ3qRFqaVCb3MizMgS3RF7b7Ynw2v3ZvUGRkm2LiAQZGptYJ1NNrcrn9TGzCwjM1kiHyi

Lately, notsofast has taken a turn for the worst. Like the several other undependable, shill anything for a profit, so called crypto twitter OGs. Dude has shilled a couple of suspects lately.

Sorry you can't recognize a potential opportunity and only see red flags. Get better at risk analysis if you want me to stop taking your money on the markets sir.
Quote from: LEOS TOKEN on February 11, 2019, 04:03:21 PM
We didn't do any ICOs other such crazy things. We just try to build the thing which we believe in.

Join us and help us to build something new and big. Only if you are a true believer in crypto: info@vincoin.cash
Yeah but you premined 280,000 blocks, according to your block explorer. That's not exactly a fair public launch.

And I can't tell immediately if there were larger "dev premine" blocks shortly after genesis, either.
Quote from: fonship on February 11, 2019, 02:31:24 AM
Watching. I like to see that Pyramus got here first.

I think you did not realize this is copy of Arionum(ARO)?
Check their GitHub code and there are many reference left in code, which they might have forgot to delete....lol
also, every techincal aspects are same as ARO. Economics including block reward structure, fee are same as ARO.
Not sure why they are not open to accept they are forking ARO?

Could still be worth mining if enough is done differently with it, but good catch.
Watching. I like to see that Pyramus got here first.
At least stop putting the PoW algo in your dumb masternode-presale PIVX clones mmmmmkay?  Angry
Are you fucking serious?

2% premine of 10 billion coins is 200 million coins.

Miners get 4 coins per block for one shitty month then that gets cut in half. It's basically going to take over 100 million blocks, which is 200 million minutes, or about 380 years, until all miners together mine an amount equal to your premine.

So dumb. Nobody should mine this.

This is like the 10th time I've made this exact post breaking down bad coin economics.
Tentatively supporting this fork project as well as the main Grin.
Quote from: chrysophylax on January 08, 2019, 12:27:26 PM
Thanks for letting us know Crysx!
I believe Cryptopia will handle this case the right way.

So do I ...

Apart from the DeList itself, there has been nothing extremely negative with dealing with Cryptopia. They are communicative, polite, and quite helpful in such a situation.

Bittrex was crude, rude, and disgustingly disrespectful. This shows the 'good' from the 'bad' in no uncertain terms, no matter how big or small the Exchange is. The way they treat their 'customers' goes a LONG WAY in proving how much they 'care' about their customers.

Zapple, have been THE Exchange to deal with, and I hope this level of service is maintained WHEN Zapple get to the level of Cryptopia and Bittrex and above, as I certainly believe they will rise to high levels.

We should have the next bug fixed in the next Maintenance Update for OZC soon, and when we do, will have that code rolled out to all involved.

Droidz is being shelved at the moment, until OZC can be publicly distributed.

#crysx

Seriously? What was wrong with dealing with Bittrex?

Were you dealing with Julian? He has very little patience for altcoins these days I think.
Devfee 10% and 1% devpool fee?  Huh

No ICO and no premine are not exactly slogans you can use, given that tax on tax.

This could have been SO GOOD.