There should be a definitive way to know how many AGS are allocated to each BTC donation address. The AGS distribution is a fundamental thing which should be correct.
Since my first post on the subject on 6th June, discrepancies between agsexplorer and genesis blocks continue to occur for address 14fXr2UTa17CadcZ911N7TBFqMLpqsfNae https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=4879.msg64196#msg64196
I just want to know why, but I'm not technically proficient or knowledgeable enough to solve the problem.
It's frustrating to see many DACs coming, when I'm reminded of this every time.
I'm tempted to let the subject drop, but on the other hand I'd love an explanation. Can anyone reading this suggest any ideas as to what's going on?
That address is the only discrepancy that has been reported, it would be nice if someone investigates.
I'm finalizing the DNS snapshot and will pay discrepancies from the keyhotee AGS which will otherwise be burned.
I suppose the only way to find out if there is a discrepancy is for a definitive AGS distribution to be ascertained. I've no idea which is more likely correct between agsexplorer and the genesis blocks...