CoinCode: infos on coin/blockchain code, tools, and tech.
CoinCode in my mind is a specialized place in that I would like to discuss all things coin/blockchain that pertain to code, tools/software, and technology. This is a partly product of me having to dig through posts to find the ones with code blocks in /bitcoin, but also to help perpetuate the open and free ideals that the blockchain/bitcoin code were born from.
sx Bitcoin utilities (new installation instructions and information inside)
Hi! My aim with this project is to provide a set of modular Bitcoin commandline utilities, that admin types can engage with Bitcoin functionality without having to write code. By chaining all these commands together in different ways, you can do offline transactions, maintain a wallet, work with deterministic keys, ... It would be cool to see Bitcoin wallets written in bash script using these tools to handle the core functionality. I believe the more we give good tools to the community, the more we can decentralise development and increase access to the core technology for all types. Use this bash shell script to install sx: http://libbitcoin.dyne.org/install-sx.sh
Now send some funds to your address (0.01 BTC). In this example we will send the funds to 13Ft7SkreJY9D823NPm4t6D1cBqLYTJtAe.
100000 Satoshis (0.001 BTC) in total. 90000 Satoshis (0.0009 BTC) to send. 10000 Satoshis (0.0001 BTC) for the fee.
Use blockchain.info (or the history tool provided here) to lookup the output for this address. Note down the transaction hash and transaction index. Here is a screenshot of blockchain.info: http://i.imgur.com/dZvqJIV.png We can see the tx hash is: 97e06e49dfdd26c5a904670971ccf4c7fe7d9da53cb379bf9b442fc9427080b3 And there is a single output at index 1 that we want to spend (the 2nd one for 0.001 BTC). Construct the transaction:
Because there is 100000 Satoshis going in, but only 90000 Satoshis out, the remaining 10000 Satoshis (0.0001 BTC) will be taken by the Bitcoin network as a fee. This is how fees work internally in Bitcoin. 'showtx' allows inspecting of tx files.
You can use either the master_public.key or the wallet.seed for generating Bitcoin receive addresses. But you cannot use the master_public.key for generating the private keys for spending those Bitcoins.
For Electrum compatible 12 word seeds, use the mnemonic tool.
$ echo 148f0a1d77e20dbaee3ff920ca40240d | sx-mnemonic people blonde admit dart couple different truth common alas stumble time cookie $ echo "people blonde admit dart couple different truth common alas stumble time cookie" | sx-mnemonic 148f0a1d77e20dbaee3ff920ca40240d
The balance/history tools can then use a network connection to make requests against the load balancer.
It's possible to run as many backend workers as you like. The load balancer (obbalancer) will distribute requests evenly among the backends. Use worker-output.sh to view debug info from the worker. Each worker must have their own unique copy of the blockchain database. See the Obelisk config files in /uslocal/etc/obelisk/. The sx config file is stored at ~/.sx.cfg (there's an example at /uslocal/share/sx.cfg). You can change this configuration parameter using './configure --sysconfigdir=/etc/'. By configuring different workers and load balancers, you can run multiple setups on the same host. By default it is no pointing at my development server, but I will change this soon and migrate to a new host. Also I make no guarantees about stability or compatibility.
Hey. I'm a long time player and I just can't decide on what gun to use lately. Used to strictly use the Vepr Hunter. 60k no armor loadout with m80 or m62 rounds, fearing no chad. I still think it's probably my most cost effective weapon, but I hate it for a few reasons. I can't suppress it, I can't add flashlight / laser, it's not very fun to use because of the fire rate / recoil, it's super fucking loud it hurts, it looks ugly. Then I moved on to the USB x8 trade for m1a and threw sites on it, it's a bit better and not much pricier, though the price has gone up with the value of USB's. Too expensive to suppress though I'll need to spend a lot for that. With the upcoming 85 health sponge of a chest, I'm done with this caliber anyways I think. Why should I take the downsides of using a heavy caliber if I can't one tap the chest anymore anyways, I'll two tap chest with an m1a or I'll two tap chest with pretty much any other gun anyways, or 1 tap head. Just don't see a reason for using this caliber when considering the downsides. Then I tried:
PP-19 Vityaz: With EKP + Buttpad it's only 35k and has low recoil, meh fire rate, 30 rounds of full auto fire using fairly cheap AP 6.3 rounds that will facetap almost anyone, but now I have to once again fear the super chads using level 4+ face armor. Hard to hit faces too. Trouble fighting raiders (I play reserve). Optional suppressor for this gun is just 12k rubles! Super cheap to be able to run a suppressed full auto laser for just 48k rubles, but really shitty caliber. This will always be my super budget gun, cuz I can use it for just 25k with ammo and an extra mag... Always comes back in insurance so basically costs 5k...
MPX: Modded out to cost 85k, not too bad, it's a super laser, like 0 movement when shooting, and suppressed with flashlight / laser combo and holo site. Great fire rate. Still a dogshit caliber though. Waiting to see how the new 9mm AP ammo is, but for now I can't justify 85k on a weapon that can't beat a super chad. Very fun to use and cool looking gun though!
MP7: This thing fucking shreds. Uses ammo that can pen level 4 right away, level 5 after a very quick burst. (FMJ SX). It will two tap chest still with the 85 hp as the round does 43 flesh, NICE! It's fun to use, looks awesome, easy to mod, fairly cheap (40k + 20k site) but the downside is that the suppressor for this thing costs a whopping 60,000 rubles! If I want to suppress this thing I'm spending 120k! That's no longer budget for me, that's getting into the "Fine I guess I should bring good armor too now" territory. I could run this thing without a suppressor though, just not as fun and I swear my aim is 100x worse the more sound my gun makes lol. The ammo is cheap though and stacks to 70 in container. Definitely still considering using the mp7!
M4: I used to pass this off as overpriced but once I realized I was spending 120k on the mp7 I found an m4 trade from mechanic. 1 bitcoin + 1 GP coin = 140k, the m4 comes super modded, 54 recoil!! That's insane! It's not suppressed though so nah.
VSS: It's honestly tempting. I mean it's like 75k on the flea market, 90k with a site. The 20 round mags are rough, and it's tempting to go with 106k so I can run an RVG grip on it to steady the thing a bit more, but for budget just 80k. Great ammo options. Already suppressed. Unlikely to come back through insurance though. Considering this as my budget suppressed build. My main issue is the 20 round mags though. This is still probably my best <90k suppressed gun for taking on chads.
So right now I'm thinking MP7 for budget as a 60k anti-chad weapon, or VSS as a moderate cost suppressed anti-chad weapon at around 90k. What are your thoughts? I haven't really looked into AK's because of how expensive the ammo is.
[Idea] Get a Vertcoin rep to talk about SX addresses on lets talk bitcoin
I have no idea how to go about this but I think if we had a Vertcoin rep to talk about Stealth Addresses on Lets Talk Bitcoin Podcast and/or Zero Fiat's Podcast. I've been following Vert throughout their SX address process and I'm still not 100% on the implications and practical uses of SX addresses over other anon features. I think this would help not only others find Vertcoin but help Vertans themselves hear a serious discussion on this. Thanks
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