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  1. Monday March 19, 2018 00:38:44 (am) in time zone Europe/London (GMT) Address: DJSh7TfKnMdhGojPpghPrN5f1m5udhqWiU Good luck everybody.
  2. Yup. No reason to allow anyone have access to the wallet, in case they guess/bruteforce the username/password.
  3. Good tutorial, worked perfectly.. One note though, you should always have rpcallowip= in your denarius.conf unless you have a really good reason not to have it there. This limits which IPs can connect to your wallet to run commands on it. In my example, only localhost (the computer the wallet is running on) can send commands.
  4. Good tutorial, will try it in a couple of days.. One note though, you should always have rpcallowip= in your denarius.conf unless you have a really good reason not to have it there. This limits which IPs can connect to your wallet to run commands on it. In my example, only localhost (the computer the wallet is running on) can send commands.
  5. Very cool idea! I will wait until block after block 619k to make my guess though.
  6. A few people asked about a more interactive chart about the potential masternode earnings.. Ask and you shall receive. http://denarius.win/ If you want to see the dollar amounts in BTC, hover your mouse over the dollar value. Page is updated every 5 minutes.
  7. In the next release of the wallet, the fix to the low PoS rewards will be included, making them 6% interest/year.
  8. Nice guide, I only read through it very fast, did not try it out (yet).. A couple of notes though. There is no need to install libminiupnpc-dev and libqrencode-dev, since libqrencode is for the QT wallet and UPNP is only needed if your wallet software is behind a NAT device. However, building without libminiupnpc requires you to pass the USE_UPNP flag when you run make, like so: make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=- Regarding libdb++-dev - as far as I know, the version shipped with ubuntu (and debian I think) will break backwards compability with old wallets. This does not have to be an issue, but it could be if you in the future find an old wallet.dat created by an older version of the Denarius wallet. To fix this, install libdb4.8++-dev like so: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -y install libdb4.8++-dev Â
  9. An even more updated chart. Masternode collateral has been agreed to be 5k, so will of course only include this number from now on. Â
  10. I have updated the chart to reflect the current denarius price and circulating supply. Â Â I originally suggested 2k-3k coins for masternode collateral.. I still think 3k would be a good number, but for fun I have included 3333 as it goes great with the general tribus (three) theme of Denarius I think. Having a slightly lower collateral requirement would probably result in more nodes spread out, which would be beneficial to the network.
  11. Nope, I never said that because masternodes is a buzzword Denarius should have them. I said that because masternodes is a buzzword, if Denarius gets them, it would bring added attention to the project. Yes that is generally how markets work, early adopters gets a bigger return because they took on more risk. The people who bought the ethereum ICO earned a boatload of money, because they assumed the risk and decided it was worth it. People who bought in later earned less. Now.. Will a masternode release help increase price? Yes I would think so. Will price drop some after the initial knee-jerk fomo rally? Yes, I would think so, like every other rally someone will buy the top, no matter what announcement is made. Will masternodes hurt the project? No, I do not think so.  You have not answered my question: Do you think masternodes would hurt Denarius?
  12. Hmm I would think it is possible to compile with 2GB of RAM. There is only one way to find out - try.
  13. If the only thing a coin has going for it is masternodes, then it makes no sense. , but denarius has other things, like encrypted messaging, stealth transactions and low block time.. Also, even though it is a PoS-only coin after a couple of years, supply will not inflate wildly. Yes it does give early adopters a nice payoff.. But that can be said for everything good added to the coin or the ecosystem around the coin. Masternodes accomplishes a few things: It reduces available coin supply (yes this is only a benefit to people already hodling the coin or buys before MNs is released). It encourages people to run stable nodes by giving them a financial incentive to do so, thus making the coin more decentralized (unless everybody hosts in the same datacenter). Because of masternodes being a buzzword in crypto circles, it would bring added awareness to the Denarius project. I too think that Denarius can be big without masternodes, but I fail to see how masternodes would be a bad thing - at worst, things will stay as they are, with an additional feature added to the wallet. Who is the community is a good question indeed. Of course I do not assume that everybody in the DNR community is in the discord and I agree that maybe the rumors of masternodes could have been communicated better. However as far as I know, Carsen has not stated that masternodes WILL be a part of the denarius wallet, he simply stated that it was something he is spending some time on, to see if it can be done. I see the problem that websocket-based chat apps/sites are blocked in coporate networks, so it might be hard to keep up with everything happening. However, on this very site there has been a thread with a poll since July 13th regarding masternodes. It has been annouced in the bitcointalk thread as far as I know and 3/4th of the votes wanted masternodes, so everybody who checked the thread knew that it was a possibility back then, just as it is a possibility now, not a certainty. To be honest I do not see how mining is different from buying a coin. Sure, you do not need the technical skills, but so what? If I mine the coin or if I buy the coin, I can dump it all the same. Actually I personally would probably dump some of it sooner if mining because I have to pay for electricity.. Maybe you are right, maybe masternodes does nothing to benefit Denarius in the long run.. But my question is this: Do you think masternodes would hurt Denarius? Even though we have opposing views, I do really appreciate your input. It is dangerous for a coins community to be inside an echo chamber where everybody hypes each other up.
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