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I got the GSC reward after yesterday's exec sendgscc so that part went great.

I will be around for a while for more tests

So lets try sponsoring a child with cameroon.

MIP, can you please type 'sponsorchild' then add 'authorize' to it when you are ready to spend 50K to sponsor the child.
Then wait 6 confirms and type 'listchildren' and see if the child is listed.  If so, please paste the child hex ID, so we can simulate a sponsorship payment.  Also let me know how much you want to apply to the childs balance (via fake paypal or fake check #).  The first charge is always $40.00 US.

Note that we might want to do this on one of your nodes that isnt sending big POG gsc updates - IE please see if you can reverse engineer the reward for cameroon from the POG reward (or set up POG so you make a tiny donation).

Actually, now that I remember this, we can do the exec analyze on your nickname, and see the Cameroon One amount, so dont worry about reverse engineering or POG, as we should see a row for POGs reward and a row for Cameroons reward.


107
OK, I see you in the leaderboard now; it says you have 558,360 owed.

Ok let me see what else we need to test.
Can you paste your exec health?  We should see no errors and 4 votes.

Also, please turn on your miner, are you mining successfully with > HPS than 100?

Lets try turning on ABN - I will set it to 1000 now.




108
I got the GSC reward after yesterday's exec sendgscc so that part went great.

I will be around for a while for more tests

OK, I see you in the leaderboard now; it says you have 558,360 owed.

Ok let me see what else we need to test.


109
Is anyone having trouble getting started?  The version should be 1.4.5.4 - please see if you are running the latest.

So far, we have one tester: MIP, and he is on a road trip.


110
Pre-Proposal Discussion / Foundation Donation Empowerment Feature
« on: June 30, 2019, 08:19:37 pm »
So that BiblePay can maximize the good that it does globally and help as many orphans as possible, I am proposing that we add a feature that will allow a foundation donor to designate which partner charity a foundation donation gets spent on, if they feel they want it spent on one of our partner charities other than Compassion.com.   (By default all foundation revenue gets liquidated and sent to compassion.com).

(One example of how we will sponsor more orphans than our monthly budget + monthly donations currently allows for, is we have a donor that is willing to pay for a certain number of Kenyan orphans at HFOC, but BiblePay currently has too small of a budget to handle the new Kenyan orphans.  So in this case, the donor will send a donation to the foundation once per month, and BiblePay will forward the BBP funds from the donation to HFOC, allowing the relationship to continue.  This will give BBP more of a global monthly sponsorship count also, helping us become more of a globally recognized charity - important when we make new partners and also for due diligence with integrations and exchanges).

This feature will work with both POG donations or standard donations.

Note that the donation amount must be greater than $100 USD (or approx 250,000 BBP) to use the feature (as clerical work is required to store the transaction and liquidate the transaction).

The user must direct the funds to go to a currently integrated Charity such as:  Compassion, Kairos Childrens Fund, Cameroon One, BLOOM, Side by Side Ugandan Women,  HFOC (as these charities accept BiblePay currently).

When the user designates a specific charity, BiblePay will store a record (for 10 years) of the revenue and expense.   This will allow us to produce accountability reports and also report a greater net giving total as a community.

To use the feature, first send a donation to the foundation using either our standard send money checkbox (or a POG donation) of > 250,000 BiblePay (or $100, whichever is less).  Copy the TXID to the clipboard.  From the Pool, navigate to Account | Donation Director.  From this page, paste the TXID of the transaction and select the designated Target charity from the dropdown list.  Click Submit.

Note: The donation director record must be received before 3 days before the current month superblock is paid, otherwise the record will be designated for the following month.

To see the donation director records, click : Reports | Donation Director Records.



 

111
So here it is

IP: 155.138.196.75:40001
Tell me if you need anything else and I'll check tomorrow (now it's 2am here gotta sleep)

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01:47:53

exec health


01:47:55

{
  "Command": "health",
  "pam_hash": "000000000000000000000000000000009ee4308db3b4748771f487176878ea62",
  "pam_hash_internal": "000000000000000000000000000000009ee4308db3b4748771f487176878ea62",
  "govobjhash": "2f5a6716533f0d84e4b0422b36e749b7256164a6ad25c519826e2ca325b06ead",
  "Amounts": "614340.00",
  "Addresses": "yUNSEjjtC9pdeHp4spswdFWh1npfV5Jvqe",
  "votes": 4,
  "required_votes": 3,
  "last_superblock": 120970,
  "next_superblock": 121175,
  "next_superblock_triggered": true,
  "Healthy": true,
  "GSC_Voted_In": true
}

Yes, things are looking pretty good in testnet now, I see your sanc in my Dip3 list, and I see that you voted on the latest contract.

So, before we get deep into Cameroon, lets try a couple basic things for sanity sake.

Please join POG and create a CPK, then please type 'exec sendgscc'. 
Lets make sure you appear in the leaderboard and receive a GSC reward.

Remember when you create your cpk to set your nickname so we can see you 'exec cpk nick'

Thanks.


112
I am not sure I am on the right testnet chain now.
Btw I'm compiling testnet binaries now:

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getinfo
{
  "version": 1040504,
  "protocolversion": 70734,
  "walletversion": 61000,
  "balance": 0.00000000,
  "privatesend_balance": 0.00000000,
  "blocks": 119723,
  "timeoffset": 0,
  "connections": 4,
  "proxy": "",
  "difficulty": 0.0238397584092306,
  "testnet": true,
  "keypoololdest": 1561125575,
  "keypoolsize": 999,
  "paytxfee": 0.00000000,
  "relayfee": 0.01000000,
  "errors": ""
}

getblockhash 112120
9e556a5ddd29a1d0b6a01fca08b1d10ecfda29d6960acb389b2a7427936a070a

Yeah, I think you are on the chain.  How many sancs u have?  Can you please give me an IP of a deterministic sanc in your list u created?

Also what kind of exec health, do you show?  We should see a few votes in exec health.


Btw - I re-sent the 20MM.

113
The ABN feature reduces the liklihood of bot-net mining activity against BiblePay.

Rob wants to ensure Security is maintained and our difficulty level never falls below 5000.

Should we re-enable ABN in small steps, starting with a 1,000 BBP requirement?

Then, if difficulty remains > 5000, we can increase our ABN requirement in steps weekly maintaining diff around 10K or more.


114
Has anyone synced yet?

I'm about ready to test Cameroon One.

I need to know if any other sancs are started and syced?  If so what IPs?


115
Sent 20 MM.

Ill have to comment on the rest tomorrow, its getting late.

So, commenting on this:

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I am finally here with a Sanc.

BTW the setup for 0.14.x (our 1.5) is slightly different as masternode key changes. I will reflect this in the masternode-install.sh script.

v1.4.x (before DIP3, our mainnet now)
mnkey=$(biblepay-cli masternode genkey)

then in biblepay.conf
masternodeprivkey=$(mnkey)

v1.5.x (after DIP3, our testnet now)
mnkey=$(biblepay-cli bls generate | jq '.secret' -r)

then in biblepay.conf
masternodeblsprivkey=$(mnkey)

Being jq a JSON tool that parses the "secret" variable from the bls generate RPC command.

Could you please send tBBP for the test Sanc?
ycVHVvJs64u7DzvPsEFRjSksUj7h7k8qQo



Thats good to know, and I will be using Dashs method to start a new sanc (eventually), but just in case everyone didnt forget the BiblePay way (this was really created to make it easy to upgrade a non deterministic to a deterministic), here is how you can make a sanc the "old" way in this version.  I just did this purposefully to make sure we didnt break anything:

- Send collateral out to yourself in your controller wallet
- Double click the Tx, and copy the txid and remember the output vout # (IE 0 or 1)
- Add this to your masternode.conf the old way:  the Name, IP:Port, 1 for the MNP Key, TXID, and VOUT #

From biblepay type:

exec upgradesanc sanc_name 1

I have created a new one today using this method and it worked.

! NOTE !  Do make a backup of your deterministic.conf file!  This is important because it has your BLS private key in it!  Then you can use it to recreate your cold sanc if you erase your sanc.






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I am finally here with a Sanc.

BTW the setup for 0.14.x (our 1.5) is slightly different as masternode key changes. I will reflect this in the masternode-install.sh script.

v1.4.x (before DIP3, our mainnet now)
mnkey=$(biblepay-cli masternode genkey)

then in biblepay.conf
masternodeprivkey=$(mnkey)

v1.5.x (after DIP3, our testnet now)
mnkey=$(biblepay-cli bls generate | jq '.secret' -r)

then in biblepay.conf
masternodeblsprivkey=$(mnkey)

Being jq a JSON tool that parses the "secret" variable from the bls generate RPC command.

Could you please send tBBP for the test Sanc?
ycVHVvJs64u7DzvPsEFRjSksUj7h7k8qQo

Sent 20 MM.

Ill have to comment on the rest tomorrow, its getting late.


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Archived Proposals / Compassion June 2019 Recurring Sponsorships
« on: June 24, 2019, 09:13:39 pm »
We currently sponsor 55 children through compassion with a recurring fee of $2090.

Request 4.1MM for June.

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Archived Proposals / June Payroll
« on: June 24, 2019, 06:47:28 pm »
 
@biblepay
Commits on Mar 26, 2019
1.2.0.1b-Leisure Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 26
 
Commits on Mar 14, 2019
1.2.0.1-Mandatory Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 14
 
1.1.9.9g-Leisure Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 14
 
1.1.9.9f-Leisure Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 14
 
Commits on Mar 13, 2019
1.1.9.9e-Mandatory Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 13
 
1.1.9.9d-Mandatory Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 13
 
1.1.9.9c-Mandatory Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 13
 
1.1.9.9b-Mandatory Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 13
 
1.1.9.9-TestNet Only RC 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 13
 
Commits on Mar 2, 2019
1.1.9.8-Leisure Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 2
 3   
1.1.9.7 - Leisure Upgrade 

@biblepay
biblepay committed on Mar 2

Spent 20 hours researching the port to Dash-Evolution and discussing with MIP, and some additional time on conference calls.

Spent 160 hours working on biblepay.
160hrs * 40.00 = $6400 = 9.95M; capping @ 3.00 MM

IT Expenses:
Domain renewal for biblepay.org http://pool.biblepay.org/san/expenses/biblepayorg.png
$62 = 93,312bbp

Hosting for one year (biblepay.org):    http://pool.biblepay.org/san/expenses/hosting2019.png
$95 = 164,644 bbp

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I just got paid for a Cameroon One orphan in my home testnet wallet!  This has got to be one of the most exciting times ever for BiblePay for me...


I'm excited.  I received 2388 bbp (this was the capped amount) for an orphan.



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Is everyone else in sync, I have 3 sancs + 1 home node running with this hash:


09:08:34

getblockhash 112120


09:08:34

ea3ec1fa2ba94dbfd54e34d6de99217ee12b1a3bed715b78c9498bb3e45d30c6




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