Posts made by daWallet
RE: Forum, Faucet and Burstcoin.Biz advertising auction.
So the auction for a one week campaign is open again:
Faucet Left Side
Faucet Right Side
RE: BURSTize - Ad revenue based asset from ads on forums.burst-team.us & burstcoin.biz
BURSTize (14692463117907261266) Total found assets: 1000000, Assets to be distributed: 1000000 Summary of proposed distribution of 38000BURST to 111 Based on asset holders at timestamp 82458573 (Tue, 22 March 2017 12:16:33 CET) ---------------------- Number of assets, Account, Payout amount 244851, BURST-5LW6-657H-WXHL-49BCP, 9304.338 149968, BURST-BMLF-PK4X-25CA-8GJ63, 5698.784 132017, BURST-QJPB-7464-5E5B-5NFHJ, 5016.646 100000, BURST-62JU-UGV5-UPAS-FRNRK, 3800 100000, BURST-6KF9-QNWK-R4BC-7NVAJ, 3800 87655, BURST-MAFT-UQJR-DXGP-EXSMW, 3330.89 50159, BURST-YZJ6-LYBY-WAC6-BQYGC, 1906.042 26721, BURST-KKZA-XK7H-8YZ5-BKR87, 1015.398 17120, BURST-GM36-F7K7-XWKB-8MVH6, 650.56 15000, BURST-7KP4-JFNX-84J3-DSYK9, 570 12175, BURST-RTQC-BFJ9-AAR7-4YTAV, 462.65 11000, BURST-2PZ3-CNL6-YBD6-A52QS, 418 7863, BURST-GGPX-PP5S-LAGP-CBGCU, 298.794 5000, BURST-SDAC-FFUD-SMCB-D3Q74, 190 5000, BURST-KWCG-6PS7-YK5E-FTZK3, 190 4387, BURST-8Q7P-TYJT-HV3E-BGZWS, 166.706 2996, BURST-FK9X-CMV2-4Q7Q-C4P4S, 113.848 2680, BURST-M5NK-M24U-8SDM-53TJ2, 101.84 2238, BURST-GF3Z-CDQ3-N3FC-BKJHP, 85.044 2000, BURST-LBEP-8C7U-YZPR-C7YR9, 76 2000, BURST-WXSL-JFPN-5VBN-2N35S, 76 1763, BURST-2N4Y-6445-7J8U-8LPHJ, 66.994 1450, BURST-NNK7-5EKB-49CK-HN9SG, 55.1 1350, BURST-9RYZ-XFWF-LW34-B5FBC, 51.3 1109, BURST-LD29-LG97-Z2JT-393VB, 42.142 1066, BURST-GLJG-RGQ3-RVDR-HXNQF, 40.508 1060, BURST-UH7A-TBT9-L8AB-CLT8P, 40.28 1002, BURST-N996-XNNG-PVR2-63XMN, 38.076 1000, BURST-YAST-2ZZS-CGKD-8G52Q, 38 850, BURST-9RTS-NBCW-CVPF-5V64L, 32.3 847, BURST-678P-2EXR-GN4X-4DT9P, 32.186 506, BURST-2VK6-XJDE-G47S-6CLJT, 19.228 500, BURST-44FY-YB7W-BDCJ-32ECU, 19 500, BURST-K48W-F6TF-LQJW-FHR6A, 19 500, BURST-4954-VWHX-NSNE-6GLE8, 19 499, BURST-WT7J-2LPQ-ALRU-CGLUH, 18.962 459, BURST-WFXB-5786-MYRN-34TZN, 17.442 350, BURST-F36V-WLJC-UEAP-ERBE8, 13.3 340, BURST-EWT3-ZTYD-9JSU-CQLV7, 12.92 332, BURST-BRUQ-MY7L-UTL3-FH3AX, 12.616 330, BURST-WU9F-RT7A-FJB2-CDVJL, 12.54 302, BURST-QUZQ-LMPD-KBWS-EC5FT, 11.476 294, BURST-BHQU-WRQ5-DGMT-8BG7G, 11.172 258, BURST-HP7D-PER2-2DGS-8SZM5, 9.804 250, BURST-XECH-UTQ6-BPG3-7N5BJ, 9.5 158, BURST-2CYU-BZCC-5J3J-33CG8, 6.004 110, BURST-LU3K-L8T7-3C66-63W5K, 4.18 108, BURST-RZCP-7H7F-GMH3-9NLGL, 4.104 106, BURST-FLWM-RWJJ-8XBF-74Q5U, 4.028 105, BURST-G7U8-UAC2-P4Q5-EJ5FY, 3.99 100, BURST-HWKB-YC5P-K4K3-DHPBQ, 3.8 100, BURST-2RAE-JFQ5-MXAW-2UPLW, 3.8 100, BURST-DZMX-G6AH-J46V-4WCF6, 3.8 100, BURST-JNM5-4ZUU-QDVG-HUZGH, 3.8 93, BURST-Z7VW-2PQH-AR3V-EX3ZW, 3.534 86, BURST-3SQS-2NCU-FTUJ-3XKVS, 3.268 81, BURST-HT7V-WDSR-86VY-FJR99, 3.078 80, BURST-ES5N-MTPD-F4RD-A5B5A, 3.04 75, BURST-RMGW-7BNQ-G8UR-CGQF2, 2.85 54, BURST-HXWG-DMBT-2Q4H-B3GRF, 2.052 50, BURST-CM2B-C9KV-XMQP-A34NB, 1.9 50, BURST-EUGR-BZ97-JG3W-3CWCW, 1.9 50, BURST-YL4G-VJHG-UJ9E-2ELDB, 1.9 50, BURST-NEFQ-SKQW-9KV5-3W6CM, 1.9 47, BURST-RMJ7-9MSC-5FMB-32G5D, 1.786 45, BURST-NTZE-9NJG-KKT8-AMY6Q, 1.71 41, BURST-3P63-43TE-XK5J-DN5ZS, 1.558 38, BURST-VAYC-HYWE-5Y7S-AEX98, 1.444 35, BURST-MYYN-URV2-4W8K-94NM6, 1.33 32, BURST-E6J8-MCQM-FFSJ-8VE4B, 1.216 30, BURST-3JQA-V8WP-3THZ-F25MM, 1.14 30, BURST-36SC-U5YP-AAVU-9J9NE, 1.14 28, BURST-N6MK-YHKS-NLVR-HMHLV, 1.064 22, BURST-977P-3D7L-BZVC-FFTZM, 0.836 20, BURST-3WPC-2RDG-34UG-D4MMC, 0.76 20, BURST-RTHU-27U7-GSVN-7VEA3, 0.76 18, BURST-MDX5-7DDU-YL5W-GLQPA, 0.684 11, BURST-XCW5-FUXA-FNDQ-6LZDA, 0.418 10, BURST-XXLG-5TFW-UXQB-ELQMP, 0.38 10, BURST-Y8RM-YLWP-EZ6N-6XTM4, 0.38 10, BURST-XH34-YV3Q-S2CS-772NR, 0.38 10, BURST-FGHZ-Y7GP-5BTN-256ZJ, 0.38 10, BURST-YDZE-BTHA-QP7P-9U7XP, 0.38 10, BURST-QRSN-NEY4-5Z9H-3BBDM, 0.38 10, BURST-N73Y-XPWR-QP2D-3AZJN, 0.38 10, BURST-XV3V-24GN-B4DY-7UX7J, 0.38 10, BURST-9AHH-V6WG-8AYH-H7CZ3, 0.38 10, BURST-RY8M-AV6U-VUKG-5WYSU, 0.38 8, BURST-V75Q-ZVXJ-GRL4-E6KQA, 0.304 7, BURST-UZ45-Z3XF-FDN6-BQEX3, 0.266 7, BURST-H26W-PZ8H-NXPQ-38WQV, 0.266 6, BURST-UW5U-G4J8-R975-B8LM9, 0.228 5, BURST-98P2-GTYE-55RX-4WKYY, 0.19 5, BURST-PFTG-3J78-ZMZ7-83R64, 0.19 5, BURST-KAX7-CGMU-2X7B-CMFBH, 0.19 5, BURST-2M7G-BFGQ-MKJX-CHY3U, 0.19 5, BURST-T2RN-UXAE-NYHG-75VPA, 0.19 4, BURST-VHJA-QEFD-GJUF-EQ93A, 0.152 4, BURST-PTTS-77MR-5ZW6-A3X6M, 0.152 3, BURST-RDQ7-A58C-SX65-9NXUC, 0.114 3, BURST-HWZG-9NXW-YCZD-5AJSY, 0.114 2, BURST-4VLV-WHD3-BN76-B8LYS, 0.076 2, BURST-A9A6-36B7-DRGE-A48B2, 0.076 2, BURST-ZLTA-UCUK-QZ8K-5CMVA, 0.076 1, BURST-YQFX-X5K7-UCER-8SMMW, 0.038 1, BURST-F448-246M-FJCB-CEJBT, 0.038 1, BURST-HUZ7-Y4X5-HPK9-5TXRH, 0.038 1, BURST-53ZK-V6KM-PCVC-GPWYL, 0.038 1, BURST-ZZY9-VG2W-5UHR-HNCUL, 0.038 1, BURST-V7UD-TBPC-KZY4-ERYWL, 0.038 1, BURST-ZUZQ-YFYL-HMUX-DMYK7, 0.038
I have a immediate notice for all investors of BURSTize:
As you maybe know the code for Burstcoin.biz got bought by haitch, crowetic and me to the same parts. I negotiated the deal with the old owner and haitch and me repaired the site over a week. The code is closed source and property of us three. Haitch and Cowetic convinced me to set up an asset that pays out the ad revenue of Burstcoin.biz and as bonus also the forum here. For me every Asset holders own a part of the Site Burstcoin.biz (and the forum), including the code and its revenues.
Or as you could say: Asset holders have the right to receive revenues from the Site which is unique and successful because of its advanced code not everybody has access to.
Crowetic decided on his own to work on a competitor to Burstcoin.biz as seen here: http://explorer.burstnation.com .
He owns the code only to one third and during the issuing of the Asset he received around 7 Million Burstcoin for his shares he sold. Lowering his overall share from 33,3% to 25% as stated in the OP.
I had a discussion with him how do resolve the situation and we came to an agreement:
Every ad revenue from the "Burstnation" copy of Burstcoin.biz has to be distributed to BURSTize Asset holders. So everybody would get his fair share, including crowetic, me, haitch and all investors of BURSTize. Also we agreed on exclusive advertising rights for BURSTize. Crowetic on the other hand can advertise whatever he wants or doesn't want on his own guidelines e.g with his own auction or corporate ad networks but he has to pay out his BURSTize investors.
This could have been a "win-win" situation for both communities, the asset holders / investors and the project as a whole.
Crowetic turned down the the deal he agreed on immediately after he spoke with his "new partners". They don't want any connection to haitch. (But they want to use his property of course without compensation). Now you can ask yourself why these new partners have the right to decide this matter. I don't know either because they don't own anything, paid for nothing.
As I see it Crowetic is actively lowering the value of BURSTize and sharing code with other people he is not allowed to. Working against the investors interest instead in and for their interest is illegal in every country in the world.
To be fair he offered to compensate his actions against BURSTize with his UniBurst GPU Mining Asset. But people who invested in this Asset haven't invested in GPU farms. Also this compensation is not discussed anywhere yet and the site explorer.burstnation.com is almost functional.
I tried as hard as I can to protect investors interest, came up with an agreement and tried to convince Crow not to screw with his Investors because of the many Assets he runs.
If you are holder of BURSTize write him and tell him your opinion about this matter. -
RE: Error loading page - Checking assets Exchange section of wallet.
@daWallet why did you make the burst wallet with internet explorer, ive always wondered that
HiDevin, the win client is not shipping any browser but using the resources every windows has available. The right question should be: Why is Windows shipping such a bad browser with its Operating System? ;) I am working on a version with chromium embedded these days but I have to iron out some minor problems with it.
Disadvantages will be:
Win Client Download size will be around 200 MB instead of 70 MB.
Win Client will start more slowly.
@gwagner I said updating Internet Explorer or using your own favorite browser in a dedicated window.
RE: Error loading page - Checking assets Exchange section of wallet.
Burst Client for Windows relies on your Internet Explorer. Update it or use your browser (firefox) with http://127.0.0.1:8125 .
RE: Burst is busted?
I love the article because it states all the reasons why I am supporting this coin as much as I can:
"Even ignoring questions of waste, power-intensive mining has inarguably also led to geographic concentrations of the industry. Because miners receive the greatest returns where energy is cheaper, areas like Iceland, western China and Washington State have become the dominant epicenters."
You can buy HDDs and USB sticks everywhere in every town in the world.
"The search for a system that would encourage the opposite of these qualities – generic equipment, non-wasteful work and low power consumption."
"Under a proof-of-space system, miners allocate a certain amount of their unused disk space to the network, with the probability of successfully mining a block being proportional to the amount of space allocated divided by the total capacity of the network."
"To briefly summarize, miners add new transactions into a block by combining them with values from a lookup of data stored in a space they have allocated for mining."
"One notable consequence of using storage as a proof, is that it could democratize the mining process."
"Another upshot of proof of space is that there is no incentive for any actors to try and gain mining share by spending large sums on storage space up front."
This is 100% Burstcoin.
"This creates an inherent attack where someone with a large amount of resources can re-mine since genesis – go back to the beginning and make a whole new chain, giving themselves all the rewards."
"In order to prevent this, Cohen's idea is to use proof of time in combination with proof of space, specifically, proofs derived from a dedicated time server on which some time will elapse in between each period of mining."
Here he disqualifies himself imo or I don't get the point. You can't go back to genesis with a lot of space and mine everything to be up to date to the other chain. Burstcoin has a 4 minute block time and uses every miner as a time server. This is exactly what Burst is doing - so we are also Proof of time. lol.
@Lexicon Instead him coming here to improve the algo, he wants his own more complex solution with his name tag on it and maybe a nice bag of coins as an early adopter.
Burstcoin seems to stay the underdog coin for the crypto people for some more time. (Gpu)Miners don't want it, ASIC industry doesn't want it and some famous people in crypto space dismiss it without even scratching the surface.
Proof of Underdog.
RE: Burst is busted?
Bram Cohen is describing Burstcoin and its advantages in almost every aspect. In 2017.
One feature he describes is very interesting and I see no reason why it can't be implemented in Burstcoin Software:
Writing plots in the free sectors of your hard-drive (e.g. C: Drive) but also allow the Operating System to overwrite plots by still seeing the plots as free sectors afterwards. So the user and the operating system is not stressed having a full disk all the time.
I had a similar idea over a year ago and called it "dynamic plotting". The Win Client could always leave 10% of the HDD space "in use" free for the user. If the users deletes some big files plots get slowly rewritten in X GBs chunks and if a user needs more space plots get deleted in X GBs chunks. Not as elegant as he describes but a very similar outcome for the end user. @Lexicon @wombat
I don't get his point at the moment why Burst is busted for him. Looks like it has to be busted because he is talking in front of audiences of the next big thing. For him the solution is "too simple"? Time (timestamp) plays an important role in the Burst Protocol too, as we all know. The numbers in the "Proof of Space" paper about Burst are incorrect. Time to send these guys a mail to read the wikipedia article. ;) (In defense: In the time of the paper being written there was not much technical documentation about Burst available. Just the code.)
After Vitalik Buterin we have now the second famous person calling this project flawed or busted. Soon we can make a video like this one:
RE: Pay for creating banners for use at freecoinz2day.com
Moved to Marketplace