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I was able to download these two files using "wget URL" command:

Linux PC 64bits Daemon: https://biblepay.org/biblepayd-evo--testnet-x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
Linux 64 bits QT: https://biblepay.org/biblepay-qt-evo-testnet-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz

But I had to remove the extra dash in evo--testnet for the daemon version

I was able to unzip with "tar xzvf FILE" command
I see biblepayd, biblepay-cli and biblepay-tx
Im running ./biblepayd with erasechain
and I ran getinfo and I see error message "Loading PODC Researchers..."

Now I have 3 connections and Im shooting up fast on blocks! Yay!

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I still seem to have troubles getting connections

My Test server IP address is:  155.138.220.139

My biblepay.conf file is:

Code: [Select]
testnet=1
addnode=testnet.biblepay.org
addnode=testnet1.biblepay.org
addnode=107.173.41.176:44610
addnode=107.173.41.176:39999
addnode=107.173.41.178:55584

Ive just been using daemon, havent setup/run the gui yet

getinfo shows my version as: 1040502

I have done -erasechain a couple times,
Ive even gone in a manually deleted almost everything in the /testnet3 folder

Maybe I just need to use a precompiled version?
I am now noticing that you have 1.4.6.7 in the posts,
whoops! on my end, Im on 1.4.5.2 from source
Ill use one of the precompiles and report back



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Production Proposals / Re: New Exchange - Coinsbit
« on: November 05, 2019, 04:28:11 pm »
Just curious, Did Nick ever reply?

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Ive spun up a Vultr Ubuntu server, and compiled from source,
Im not getting any connections though, is there an addnode IP address I could use? Thanks

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Archived Proposals / Re: MNCN.online - Masternode Statistics - China
« on: November 01, 2019, 12:42:12 pm »
Website page doesnt load anymore
https://mncn.online/coins/BBP

They also are not talking in their Discord anymore

They may have shutdown sadly

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Archived Proposals / Re: Explorer Hosting (April 2019)
« on: November 01, 2019, 12:35:33 pm »
I believe two months ago I accidentally entered proposal in twice and got paid twice, so I didnt enter a proposal this last cycle, entering another one now

$40.00 / $0.000311 per BBP = 129k BBP

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Sanctuary Discussions / Re: Bug Bounty Program
« on: November 01, 2019, 12:30:55 pm »
Should we try to list these on any bug bounty websites?

Examples:
https://bugcrowd.com/binance
https://hackerone.com/coinbase

Pricing wise, looks like hackerone applies a 20% fee on top of the bounty that gets paid out, I couldnt find information on bugcrowd

Ill add the bounties to the reddit sidebar, the ANN and to the website

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Production Proposals / FreeFaucet.io
« on: November 01, 2019, 11:41:39 am »
We are listed on freefaucet.io
https://freefaucet.io/

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BiblePay Claim Link
https://freefaucet.io/claim/index.php?coin_name=biblepay&faucet_key=freefaucet18&claim=Claim

In order to claim coins, you have to register an account and also verify your phone number

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If you type in "crypto faucet" into google, they are the 3rd link
"cryptocurrency faucet", in google, 6th link

Barnyard#9670 I believe is the owner and main developer,
he is in our Discord, he asked for help with syncing the other day

Note: In their Discord I pointed out several things that need to be updated for BBP, so those should get updated soon

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Discord Support
https://discordapp.com/invite/aWUHAeB

Bitcointalk Thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5082882.0

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I am requesting 250k BBP to donate to their faucet

BBP FreeFaucet Donation Address: BBeircxYkqJz38ZW4UvPudCvyQWRMB9oeD

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Pre-Proposal Discussion / Re: Exchange Listing - crex24
« on: October 23, 2019, 11:04:23 am »
Additional Details:

Integration time: 3 - 10 days.

Also, you'll be able to make a faucet with your coin after integration (if you wish):
https://crex24.com/faucets
You can find "Faucet Control Panel" here: https://crex24.com/settings/faucets

If you are ok with our fee:
We have a fee payment page on our website.
- Could you tell me your Crex24 mail ID (email)?
- We'll make a bill to pay.
- After that, you'll find a bill to pay at the "bill" section: https://crex24.com/settings/offers
- You'll deposit BTC to your Crex24 account and pay the listing fee in 1 click.

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Pre-Proposal Discussion / Exchange Listing - crex24
« on: October 23, 2019, 10:56:15 am »
Listing Offer:

1) Standard, 0.3 BTC, BTC market

2) Extended, 0.4 BTC, 3 markets

Each additional market + 0.075 BTC fee
Available markets: BTC/ETH/FIAT markets
(USD,EUR,RUB)/StableCoins (TUSD,USDT,USDC,PAX)

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Website
https://crex24.com/

Bitcointalk Thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2101721.0

Trading Volume
https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/crex24/
https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/crex24

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No KYC?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5170322.20

"The service operates in all countries except the UK, USA, Canada and Israel."
https://crex24.com/terms
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2101721.msg49176653#msg49176653

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Alexa Website Info
https://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/crex24.com

Bottom right of their website says 4016 users online right now

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Telegram
https://t.me/Crex24News
1,375 members

Discord
https://discordapp.com/invite/7t6423D
2,180 members

Twitter
https://twitter.com/Crex_24
17,037 followers
(Twitter audit is over a year old, the 1,000 followers they had then were 98% real)

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Production Proposals / Re: New Exchange - Coinsbit
« on: October 19, 2019, 02:21:30 pm »
Yes, over a week ago, I applied to most of the top 50 exchanges on CoinGecko, sorry for all the emails you probably got Rob LOL, and are probably still getting (and before that I applied to 10-15 exchanges on CoinMarketCap)

Looks like I filled out listing request for Coinsbit 8 days ago, Nick reached out to me over email 4 days ago, I explained our situation up front, his standard offer seemed to be (1.5btc) and he was confused how we donated so much to charity but our budget was so low haha, I meant to email him back explaining further but it got pushed down my email list, glad he reached out to you Rob

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Production Proposals / Re: New Exchange - Coinsbit
« on: October 19, 2019, 02:06:03 pm »
Website
https://coinsbit.io/

Trade
https://coinsbit.io/trade

Alexa Site Info
https://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/coinsbit.io
(interesting overlap with p2pb2b exchange)

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CoinGecko
https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/coinsbit

CoinMarketCap
https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/coinsbit/

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Telegram
https://t.me/coinsbit_chat
11,249 members

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/coinsbit.io.cr/
16,545 followers

Twitter
https://twitter.com/c0insbit
20,031 followers

Twitter Audit
https://www.twitteraudit.com/c0insbit
From 4 months ago, says 76% of the followers are real

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KYC (Know Your Customer)

https://www.facebook.com/coinsbit.io.cr/posts/coinsbit-kyc-procedures-what-and-why-weve-received-quite-a-lot-of-questions-from/2018574118446483/

https://www.publish0x.com/cryptofun/coinsbits-kyc-face-capitalist-oppression-xwvezg

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Withdraw - "In what cases the payment can be delayed?

User did not pass KYC

User passed KYC but did not set up 2 factor authorization - the withdrawal amount exceeds up to 500 dollars in the equivalent

User passed KYC and set up 2 factor authorization - the withdrawal amount exceeds up to 100 000 dollars in the equivalent"

https://coinsbit.io/faq

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Bitcointalk Thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5185065.0
(Looks like its a lot of low level accounts saying 1 sentence back and forth to each other, dishonest marketing strategy but it does help bump your thread)

Another user JollyGood sees similar thing
but then he goes on to claim they are a scam linked to p2pb2b
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5190706.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5146438.0
(scroll to bottom of 1st post)
I didnt dig all the way but nothing really popped out to me,
he just seems to really not like the sockpuppet accounts

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More Info

https://www.cryptowisser.com/exchange/coinsbit/

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/coinsbit-io#section-overview

https://nomics.com/exchanges/coinsbit/info

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Comments:
- I like how they support 12 languages

Questions:
- They seem pretty new, launching summer of last year, how did they get so many traders?
- Who is the team? Are there bios?
- They accept credit card deposits? I saw support for Visa and Mastercard
- Has anyone tried to sign up and use the exchange yet?

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Pre-Proposal Discussion / Re: Exchange Listing - p2pb2b.io
« on: October 11, 2019, 01:53:21 pm »
Reporting back, Max followed up, I told him we could only afford 0.25 BTC,
he lowered the offer down to 0.5 BTC with contingency that the offer will only last till the end of this week

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Production Proposals / Re: Lower ABN Requirement?
« on: October 09, 2019, 04:01:25 am »
My calculation above is incorrect, it assumes as soon as I have the coin*age available Ill solve the next block, so Id actually need to buy more coins so I always have enough coin*age saved up

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Why do miners mine?
How many miners mine mostly for profit?

Its not totally this simple but kind of generally,
If you increase ABN you lower profit, but if you lower ABN you decrease security
What is the correct balance? I dont know

I voted Abstain

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Production Proposals / Re: Lower ABN Requirement?
« on: October 07, 2019, 06:12:19 pm »
I only mine right now b/c I have extra coins leftover,
and I want to support the network,
and I needed to mine to help with future mining guide

Im going to do quick breakdown to try to see through a miners eyes, to think as a miner debating mining with us

Looking back at past 13 days, Ive made 67k BBP solo mining,
thats about 5k BBP a day, which means Im mining about 3.8 blocks a day on avg

in order to do that I need 125k BBP aged for 1 day x 3.8 = 475k BBP
at current price of $0.000347 per BBP, that is a $164 investment

Its going to take me about 3 months to get that investment back, not including electric costs

assuming it costs me $1/day to run my PC, its going to take 7 1/2 months to break even

Plus add in time checking on the miner periodically, updating the miner, understanding new changes, etc, argh how do you calculate that?

So after a little over half a year, for $164 investment, you can break even, and then start making $20 a month after that (assuming everything stays the same, BBP price could go up or down, more miners could leave, or more could come on board or ramp up, reward breakdown could change, etc etc)

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