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  • ringa
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I am using Thunderbird from Mozilla. I didn't want to get into the mess of setting up Outlook, so I went simple. However, I am apparently still not communicating.

I just sent myself another test message. ~102 BBP came out of my wallet and I received it back to myself shortly thereafter. I sent yet another message to you, Earl, with ~100 BBP out of my wallet to send it. This all took place at 1522 EST today.

I'm having similar problems as RD, and I am also using Thunderbird.  I can send an email to myself and it sends an I receive it just fine. Over the weekend, I have sent 2-3 emails to Rob and one to Earl that went through from my client's perspective, and I got charged 100 BBP for each email sent in my wallet, so it appears to have at least gotten that far. Can Rob and Earl check email and determine if they have anything from [email protected]?

Thanks,
-R

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  • coinsinspect
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Hi Rob,
this page is down:
https://wiki.biblepay.org/UTXO_Mining

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  • coinsinspect
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Hi Rob,
this page is down:
https://wiki.biblepay.org/UTXO_Mining

Disregard this.
This problem is with my ISP

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So wait do we get block rewards and a daily superblock reward for staking? How is it determined who gets the block reward? Or do I need to run a miner 24/7 for that?


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So wait do we get block rewards and a daily superblock reward for staking? How is it determined who gets the block reward? Or do I need to run a miner 24/7 for that?

Once the stake is successfully showing in the leaderboard (on your nickname and with the doubleclick), then you get that daily reward (of course the leaderboard is dynamically changing though so the amount varies per day).

You can get one mining reward for a new utxo stake, but that only happens if the bbp utxo in the stake is > 24 hours old, and you are the "top stake" in the block.

I believe we need a leisure upgrade guys to handle the rest of the questions on why 'exec bankroll' wont always finish successfully - Im working on it.



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BiblePay
1.5.4.6 - Leisure Upgrade


- Dont spend coins more than 100BBP for the actual stake transaction
- Make exec bankroll save 10 extra coins of 10 BBP each (for new stake
transactions)
- Ensure initial stake avoids spending the UTXO itself
- Make stake locking more efficient (avoid spending existing UTXOs)
- Make Leaderboard double-click also show the list of stake detailed
amounts, comma delimited.  Ensure this drill in shows the correct amount of BBP locked when foreign amounts exist.



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Once the stake is successfully showing in the leaderboard (on your nickname and with the doubleclick), then you get that daily reward (of course the leaderboard is dynamically changing though so the amount varies per day).

You can get one mining reward for a new utxo stake, but that only happens if the bbp utxo in the stake is > 24 hours old, and you are the "top stake" in the block.

I believe we need a leisure upgrade guys to handle the rest of the questions on why 'exec bankroll' wont always finish successfully - Im working on it.

Ok so should we assume it is more beneficial to create many smaller utxo stakes vs 1 large one?


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Ok so should we assume it is more beneficial to create many smaller utxo stakes vs 1 large one?

They are worth the same; they just get summed up by cpk.

I hope people dont create small ones because it will just add overhead to our daily smart contract.

But with the block reward, of course it is cool to have a chance to get the block reward when you do have coins older than 24 hours to make a new stake.



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  • sunk818
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I notice that DWU on easybbpstake 450000 0 is 200


If I do easybbpstake 450000 1 is ends being 28.70

Is DWU supposed to be the stake return percentage? Can dry run show potential stake return percentage?

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I notice that DWU on easybbpstake 450000 0 is 200


If I do easybbpstake 450000 1 is ends being 28.70

Is DWU supposed to be the stake return percentage? Can dry run show potential stake return percentage?

Actually 'easybbpstake 450000 0' (dry run) does show the correct potential stake return with current conditions.

When the client first boots up, it needs to warm up for about 15 minutes or so to pull all of the oracle info in (for the easybbpstake calculation).

That explains the initial drift.



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  • Rob Andrews
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I'm having similar problems as RD, and I am also using Thunderbird.  I can send an email to myself and it sends an I receive it just fine. Over the weekend, I have sent 2-3 emails to Rob and one to Earl that went through from my client's perspective, and I got charged 100 BBP for each email sent in my wallet, so it appears to have at least gotten that far. Can Rob and Earl check email and determine if they have anything from [email protected]?

Thanks,
-R
Got them both, and replied to both, thanks!



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  • sunk818
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Actually 'easybbpstake 450000 0' (dry run) does show the correct potential stake return with current conditions.

When the client first boots up, it needs to warm up for about 15 minutes or so to pull all of the oracle info in (for the easybbpstake calculation).

That explains the initial drift.


Yes, I see it now in dry run mode. I guess there's no more room today for stakes?  I saw go from 98% to 27% now. Great participation from everyone!

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Yes, I see it now in dry run mode. I guess there's no more room today for stakes?  I saw go from 98% to 27% now. Great participation from everyone!

There is no limit to how many new stakes can go in per day, but of course once we get to the smart contract height , 255245, we pay the current and start over.

I am very happy though even though we dropped from 97% to 27%, we consumed quite a lot of bbp that is circulating.  Another words, I hope to see our price rising and consuming even more - and hopefully that creates a self-perpetuating successful cycle.  Of course only God can open those doors and if we are becoming a useful tool for Gods Kingdom then may he open those doors.



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  • Rob Andrews
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LOL, I see an interesting glitch on the BTC stake that Hanalani staked:
The stake is showing that its worth 2.5B dollars (double click on the stake). 
Whats great is this is a display problem only.  (IE the payment amount itself is still correct).
I see whats happening, the amount is being multiplied by BTC USD value squared.  We didnt test that in testnet because no one dared spend that much etc.

Anyway we will fix this cosmetic issue on the next coding round.
In the mean time I can see people staked every other currency and they all display correctly now (other than BTC USD).





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  • Rob Andrews
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** EasyBBPStake Addendum **

I realize we need to edit the wiki guide for easybbpstake, but for now I would like to convey this information.

Today in an attempt to reproduce some of the issues users had, I tested easybbpstake on a new wallet.
If you follow this guide you should be able to stake your entire balance (or at least 99% of it):

- Open new wallet  (Ensure you are upgraded to 1.5.4.6+)
- Fund the wallet with bbp
- Go to User Edit Page
- Populate NickName | Click Save (This is so you will see yourself on the leaderboard)
- Go to RPC
- exec bankroll qty denomination (This is something you have to figure out for yourself, but if you have 1MM bbp, a good start would be "exec bankroll 9 90000" for example will create 9 bills of 90,000 each).  One new feature in 1.5.4.6 is we now give you 10 extra change transactions of 10bbp each that will fund the next successive stakes.
- Wait for a few blocks to go by
- easybbpstake min_amount 0
- If everything on the screen looks good:  easybbpstake min_amount 1
(Repeat the last two steps until your coins are all locked.  You can see your coins locking (after a couple confirms) in coin control).

The primary difference in this guide in contrast to our prior releases is this will help you denominate the wallet into distinct coins that can be staked, and secondly our latest code version is now programmed to use a very small transaction to fund the stake (it will use between 1bbp-100 bbp and it will avoid bigger coins). NOTE: BiblePay will not spend a coin larger than 100bbp on the UTXO stake fee, so you must have some small coins in the wallet starting in 1.5.4.6+.






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