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Production Proposals / Re: PRE-PROPOSAL - Advertising - Google Adwords
« Last post by LifeThruGrace on June 30, 2018, 02:03:53 am »
My goal is to get us to start experimenting with advertising, especially if we have extra funds in the budget,
goal is to get more users, more buyers, more awareness

Currently, my main target audience is still people who are already into/familiar with cryptocurrency

If you want to learn about SEM/SEO (search engine marketing, search engine optimization), a six month forum access to supporters forum is an inexpensive investment to learn and discuss:

https://www.webmasterworld.com/donate.htm

I subscribed for a few years when I was running on my own ecommerce site selling business equipment. It helped me a lot with DIY SEO and pay-per-click advertising.

I can't seem to find the referer.log you are talking about (any tips?).

it might be under /var/log/apache/referer.log

i'm not familiar with wordpress (i don't think they provide keyword analysis out of the box and requires a plugin). I'll ask a friend who is a wordpress host provider so he can recommend some tools for future analysis.

you can burn through money quickly online advertising... so my point is to educate yourself and go slowly. i think bitcointalk forum is likely the best source of crypto friendly traffic.
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Production Proposals / Re: Proposal idea: airdrop
« Last post by LifeThruGrace on June 30, 2018, 01:41:35 am »
I've participated in a few air drops and I'm on earn.com -- Honestly, I haven't followed any of the altcoins I signed up for. App downloads, social media posts, telegram joins, etc. All of them, I did, then either left or deleted the app. The only incentive was the payout and nothing else. So, how many participants are like myself in the airdrop world? How much of the airdrop would just be wasted on people like myself?

Even Jesus had a small group of disciplines that help spread his message and even died for the Gospel. Even then, they did not understand even after his death and resurrection.  So, I feel making fishers of men is important than speaking to a large crowd where you do not make believers.

I don't know anything about the airdrop side just receiving... so I'm open to hearing your thoughts.
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No, doesn't take longer to load the block index.  Lets try to only post a statement if you KNOW its true.  Meaning that you ran a baseline and have something to compare to.  And you know your hard drive cache was empty both times.

Hmm, shouldnt have any crashes if you are mining on one thread.  What are you mining with, 60 threads?  And what OS?  It would be helpful to post the tail of the log (in a code snippet of course) if you encounter a crash.  Try to reproduce it on linux with valgrind then you can give me the line #.
Loading of the index, was noticeably longer on several machines in prod(I'm talking 30sec to 5+min difference) I suspect this is due to the current issue and all the orphan blocks.   


as for mining,  I have several machines mining 4 cores...  windows of course so no valgrind.  I won't be around tomorrow, but i'll see if i can get logs.
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hmm, testing heat mining, did you change something there?

I noticed .3.6 seems to take longer to load the block index. (could be cause of the forks going on currently in prod).

I also had some crashes on the windows client on 3.6 while mining.  (go back to machine and the wallet is just gone heh)

edit: crashes seem to be because of the mining issues today, may not be related to the update. so far had 3.1,3.3, and 3.6 crash

Hmm lets test everything in testnet today; not a good day to intermingle testing with prod.

No, doesn't take longer to load the block index.  Lets try to only post a statement if you KNOW its true.  Meaning that you ran a baseline and have something to compare to.  And you know your hard drive cache was empty both times.

Hmm, shouldnt have any crashes if you are mining on one thread.  What are you mining with, 60 threads?  And what OS?  It would be helpful to post the tail of the log (in a code snippet of course) if you encounter a crash.  Try to reproduce it on linux with valgrind then you can give me the line #.






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All,

1.1.3.6 is ready for testing for all platforms.

In this version we now have the ability to add proposals.
NOTE: You must have your wallet unlocked before submitting the proposal.
After submitting the proposal you must check back on the Proposal Add page after 6 confirms to see if it went in the chain.

Lets test that.

Lets also test the ability to heat mine in 1136.

We also moved the Proposal List to an integrated tab for more professionalism.
Additionally, we made the List update whenever you switch tabs and give it focus.

Hopefully this version will become the release candidate.

hmm, testing heat mining, did you change something there?

I noticed .3.6 seems to take longer to load the block index. (could be cause of the forks going on currently in prod).

I also had some crashes on the windows client on 3.6 while mining.  (go back to machine and the wallet is just gone heh)

edit: crashes seem to be because of the mining issues today, may not be related to the update. so far had 3.1,3.3, and 3.6 crash
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All,

1.1.3.6 is ready for testing for all platforms.

In this version we now have the ability to add proposals.
NOTE: You must have your wallet unlocked before submitting the proposal.
After submitting the proposal you must check back on the Proposal Add page after 6 confirms to see if it went in the chain.

Lets test that.

Lets also test the ability to heat mine in 1136.

We also moved the Proposal List to an integrated tab for more professionalism.
Additionally, we made the List update whenever you switch tabs and give it focus.

Hopefully this version will become the release candidate.

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One of my testnet-wallets crashed with this message:

Quote
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
  what():  CWallet::GenerateNewKey(): AddKey failed
Aborted (core dumped)

I don't think there is anything unusual in the debug.log.
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Production Proposals / Re: Proposal idea: airdrop
« Last post by jaapgvk on June 29, 2018, 02:06:52 am »
Maybe we should add one thing to the list above: a social media post. Maybe we can let people choose between twitter/facebook/instagram whatever, and add a link to that post to the form. This way we also spread more awareness while doing the airdrop.
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Can someone send me 501k tBBP to yW3evG8mKvbb8oL6Tq9bys7KrxxadMuWMj ?

Sent :)
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Also, you can put testnet=1 in your biblepaytest.conf, and leave it out of biblepay.conf. 

BTC Talk said you could run biblepay-qt as a portable app.
So, I have a folder called biblepay and another one for biblepaytest

I thought adding -testnet automatically uses different rpcport

Can someone send me 501k tBBP to yW3evG8mKvbb8oL6Tq9bys7KrxxadMuWMj ?

Thanks.
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