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Jdebunt posted a topic in NEWSAre you in favor of this type of project? The darknet has always been an interesting concept among digital currency enthusiasts, even though Bitcoin and other currencies are associated with underground marketplaces. But there are certain flaws with the darknet, as users will need to use Tor to access the underground websites. Since Tor has been breached by the FBI not too long ago, a more decentralized solution is required, which is where Ethereum smart contracts come into the picture. http://themerkle.com/daemon-wants-to-become-a-decentralized-ethereum-based-smart-darknet-marketplace/
Snowbear posted a topic in HOBONICKELS HBNI'm running the HBN daemon in unix. I'd like to keep all or part of .HoboNickels data folder on a separate drive. I tried using the command line option, -datadir=hdd/.HoboNickels but the daemon apparently still looks for data in the default location. How might I keep the large data files on a different drive?
There is a new site that is going live immediatly. http://www.dontforkme.com Our goal is to try and make it easier to connect coin developers with miners, pool operators, and exchanges and make it easier to keep track of the dozens of updates that occur weekly. The Process goes like this: Coin developer signs up at http://www.dontforkme.com Coin developer "claims" the coins that they are responsible for. We verify that the developer is in fact part of the coins development team. Developer then is approved and allowed to post updates including fork dates, and block numbers for their coins. Once the developer posts the update we will email any users that have "subscribed" to that coin to let them know there is now a new update for the coin. We are constantly adding more features and functionality to the site. Currently contacting as many coin developers are we can and trying to get them to sign up and start using the site. Any suggestions and comments are welcome, we want to contribute to the community in a meaningful way. Thank you for your time in reading this announcement
I just installed bitcoind, litecoind, and dogecoind on a new VPS running Debian Squeeze. The daemons were built from source. Bitcoin and dogecoin synced fine, and run just fine. Litecoin however, keeps randomly crashing, and I had to constantly restart it to allow it finish syncing as I thought it's something to do with RAM or buffers or the sort. Even after it finished syncing, it still randomly crashes without any clues. None of the logs in /var/log/ have any mention to this. Here's a link to the last 20 lines of litecoin's debug.log when it crashes on several occasions: http://pastebin.com/XJUQYwkU And memory usage: http://i.imgur.com/Dnv6wy2.png What on earth is going on here?