Author Topic: [CNO] New CNO, Blockchain viewer, and Distributed Pool System  (Read 5376 times)

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Offline KillerByte

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OK... most election brought me really close, 91k to 96k (thanks MaxPWR, and anyeone else who voted recently)...
« Last Edit: February 08, 2014, 11:20:03 pm by KillerByte »


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There is a new CNO: Nobody! :)
It's a step in the right direction.
You only need around 40k more votes to make this coin AWESOME!
COME ON PEOPLE, VOTE PLEASE!

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Check out the block explorer, it has been updated: http://xpool.xram.co:3000/

Also, there is a node explorer, I have to get to the point where it forces connection to any and all nodes possible, but that shows a good starting point.

To view the nodes, simply type "nodes" into the query box.


Had minor issues for only a second, but everything is working exactly the way it should now!
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Checking the vote explorer, up to 39k, and I have a node explorer on the way with GeoIP and connection statistics.

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I would run a distributed pool :D
-Please, do not open source it.

will you opensource the pool or license it? any final decision on this?

you have my vote if we have a open source pool  :)

See my dillema? I am now posting a poll thread on this.

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will you opensource the pool or sell it? any final decision on this?

you have my vote if we have a open source pool  :)

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Thanks for standing KB,

I've also posted the Job on BCT - to encourage more candidates and interest in the coin.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=453993.new#new

I'm continuing to remain neutral in votes (currently not voting for anything except the CHA award), but part of my job as CEO is to encourage competition for the roles.

Hopefully more people will step up. Thanks for your input... was wondering what your voting stance would be!

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Thanks for standing KB,

I've also posted the Job on BCT - to encourage more candidates and interest in the coin.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=453993.new#new

I'm continuing to remain neutral in votes (currently not voting for anything except the CHA award), but part of my job as CEO is to encourage competition for the roles.
“People should be more sophisticated? How are you gonna get that done?” - Jerry Seinfeld reply to Bill Maher

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I would run a distributed pool :D
-Please, do not open source it.

That is why I am not sure yet, but thanks for your input.

I would probobly run a poll after election.

Or maby I should do it before? I dont know...

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I would run a distributed pool :D
-Please, do not open source it.

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thanks for the fix.

didn't do anything, it may take 1 more election block (20 normal block)  for latest votes to affect. mmcvotes parses memorycoind debug logs for voting stats.

hmmm... thats a cool idea :) Ordinarilly I would just modify the source code to add an RPC command to return the json.

ok, well, my votes should have been visible by block 13020... so I was just wondering...

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thanks for the fix.

didn't do anything, it may take 1 more election block (20 normal block)  for latest votes to affect. mmcvotes parses memorycoind debug logs for voting stats.