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I've been sharing conspiracies on reddit longer than this sub has been around. I have a story to tell.

This story is mostly crafted from my own experiences, my conversations with some of the people involved, and the rest is my own guesswork as I try to fill in the gaps...so bear with me!
That's why I wanted to share with this community, which I've watched grow over the years. I remember posting about the death of Barry Jennings (who witnessed explosions in the WTC on 9/11) the day after it happened. This was before /conspiracy (or right around when it was formed), and I remember thinking "we really need a sub for conspiracies on reddit!"
And here we are, 12 years later and over 1.3 million subscribers...incredible!
So...
My story starts with a young man. We'll call him Andrew.
Andrew grew up in the 90's in a coastal US town and quickly blossomed into a tech whiz at a young age.
He began building his own computers, and after a brief stint using Windows, he decided that Bill Gates was everything wrong with technology (and the world), and he made it his mission to make sure folks like Gates were NOT the future of computers.
He really believed that the use of technology was a fundamental human right, and that charging people for "proprietary" OS's that hid their source code was a violation of these rights.
He saw a possible Deus Ex-like future, with a technocracy literally around the corner if we didn't act now.
Andrew soon joined the Free Software Foundation and began rubbing elbows with the likes of Richard Stallman. He begun exclusively using GNU/Linux and was the type to correct you if you called it just "Linux". He also began visiting tech-savvy forums like slashdot and started networking in earnest.
By 2006 (his senior year of high school) Andrew was completely over his "education" and decided to just drop out completely.
Shockingly, a college accepted him anyway. A small East Coast school had been actively courting Andrew, and when they learned he had failed to get his HS diploma, they accepted him anyway!
Now sometime during this period Andrew went to Iceland and stayed in Reykjavik for several months.
This trip may have happened during the summer, fall, or early winter of 2006. The reason for his trip had something to do with his efforts in the FSF or similar group. The possible significance of this trip will become clear as we go on.
What is clear is that Andrew started college in the fall of 2006, and that the circumstances were unusual. Andrew soon met several like-minded individuals and began building a social and technological network at his school.
Two individuals in particular would become key players in his life (one more prominently in this story, but the other was significant as well), and eventually the 3 would live together in town for several years.
But for now let's stick with Andrew.
Andrew had an idea to build a social network for his college. Except, it wasn't just a network, it was a wiki for information about the school...and beyond. Soon, it began to morph into something much bigger in Andrew's mind.
He saw his project as being one of many data "hubs" for leaks of important documents and otherwise sensitive information.
So yeah, he saw the opportunity for a wiki for leaks (see where this is going yet...?).
As his ambitions grew, his behavior started to become increasingly erratic. He was caught with drugs and arrested. Strangely, the charges were pretty much dropped and he was given a slap on the wrist. Eventually he decided to leave the school, but still lived in town and had access to the servers on campus.
By 2010 Andrew was still living in the small town with his two "hacker" buddies, who were still enrolled at the school.
This house was in some ways legendary. It appears that many "interesting" people spent time at or visited the residence. Indeed, some of the early movers and shakers of /conspiracy itself passed through.
There was usually a full NO2 tank for anyone who was into that kinda thing, and they were stocked with every hallucinogen and research chemical known to man.
It was also likely under surveillance by multiple intelligence agencies (NSA/Mossad/etc).
Over time, the mental state of Andrew was slowly starting to deteriorate, which wasn't helped by his abuse of drugs.
Still, Andrew decided to move his base of operations to Europe, spending time in Belgium, the Czech Republic and elsewhere.
One of his housemates was soon to join him on his adventures in Europe and elsewhere abroad. We'll call him "Aaron."
Aaron had a very similar story and upbringing as Andrew. Aaron was also from a coastal US town and was born into privilege. He was also, supposedly, born into a family with some serious connections to intelligence agencies, including an uncle with ties to the NSA, and both parents connected to military brass.
By 2015, Andrew and Aaron were living together in the Czech Republic. During this time they were working directly and/or indirectly for the NSA (via Cisco and other companies).
You see, the "college" they met at was actually a front for the recruitment of kids into the IC. Apparently, many "schools" in the US function that way. Go figure.
Their intelligence and valuable skill set (hacking etc) made them valuable assets. They were also possibly involved with the distribution of certain "research chemicals" (of the 2C* variety) to dignitaries and their entourages (in one example, they provided 2CB to a group with David Cameron).
In addition, Andrew was allegedly involved with, or stumbled upon, an NSA-linked surveillance project directed at the entire country of Malaysia, while Aaron was involved with Cisco.
Aaron himself had gotten into hot water for releasing damaging information about the NSA, and even claimed to be an NSA whistleblower, and was also possibly the individual who leaked the 2014 (or 2015) Bilderberg meeting list.
And then things went bad. Andrew quit the Malaysia project and Aaron left Cisco. It seems Andrew and Aaron were "set up" during a fiery false flag event in the Czech Republic in 2015. It may have happened at an embassy, but it's unclear which. There is no information on the web about anything like this (afaik).
Aaron was immediately targeted and spent several years on the run. Allegedly, he was added to the list of victims in the so-called "Great Game".
The Great Game is the term used for an international assassination program where intelligence agencies share a list of targets to be neutralized. The German BND and Mossad are heavily involved, as other networks. Individuals targeted by the Great Game may be offed by actual assassins, or by NPC-like humans whose minds will be influenced by mind control tech (a la Matrix...say influencing someone to ram your car unwittingly ie).
As Aaron went on the lam, Andrew soon returned to the US, shell-shocked by his experience.
Both Andrew and Aaron continue to suffer from some sort of PTSD from these series of events, rendering Andrew largely incapacitated and Aaron scattered and discombobulated.
The Meat of the Matter
OK...where does that leave us? Why am I sharing all of this? I think there's much more to this story.
So let's start speculating! Everything I'm about to say is stuff that was told to me personally. I can't vouch for any of this information, though obviously I thought it was compelling enough to share.
Here's the gist: The so-called whistleblowers you see in the media are almost all fake.
This includes: Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, Thomas Drake and William Binney (hey look, his AMA is pinned on this sub right now...no comment!). These individuals, and others, are controlled opposition. The real whistleblowers are severely punished.
For example, Bradley Manning was punished with chemical castration in jail. His "transformation" was chemically induced torture.
Andrew was not alone in his passion. There were lots of other young visionaries like him who dreamed of a freer and more transparent world.
In this story, Julian Assange was an intelligence asset...a psyop meant to steal the thunder from real activists like Andrew.
In this story, a small college-based "wiki" for government leaks was used as the model for an intelligence operation known as "wikileaks".
In this story, Andrew traveled to Iceland at some point in 2006.
When was Wikileaks founded? Wikileaks was founded by Julian Assange in December 2006, in Iceland.
Aaron discovered (legally, like Manning who had clearance to access all the data he leaked) damning information about surveillance happening by the NSA, specifically against recruits entering the US army and elsewhere.
In this story, the "Andrew" identity was co-opted and turned into "Julian Assange", and "Aaron" became "Edward Snowden".
Granted, there were probably other people that these whistleblower imposters were modeled after, but Andrew and Aaron seem like very strong contenders for some of this inspiration.
Now, much of the following may be gobbledygook (lol I spelled that right first try!) for all I know, but since I'm having a really hard time making sense of it all, I'll just include everything I can and let you guys run with it.
Here are some phrases, ideas, terms and people of note that may be involved with this story...MODS: None of this is doxing! All of the links of people are wikipedia pages or published interviews/articles. So yeah. Not dox!
IN CONCLUSION
I don't know how these terms, theories and individuals fit into this story, but that they may be somehow related.
Hopefully there are enough bread crumbs in here to keep some of you busy!
Any help/insight would be appreciated. I confess I'm not so tech-minded so I can't offer any more explanation about some of the more techy terms.
Anyway, thanks for reading, and thanks for continuing to stimulate after all these years! It's really nice to see this place continuing to thrive after all of this time!
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Problem with the first Initialization of my LN node, dial tcp my-external-ip:9735: connect: connection timed out

Background
I was following 402 Payment Required's LN video over here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0siLF9zmWo) and everything was good so far, until the moment of the first Initialization of my LN node, I got an (dial tcp my-external-ip:9735: connect: connection timed out) error.
I was starting the Initialization by the following way
lnd --externalip=X.X.X.X
And I've my lnd configuration file with the following attributes
alias= debuglevel=debug bitcoin.active=1 bitcoin.mainnet=1 bitcoin.node=bitcoind
I created the file (before) I started the Initialization.
Your environment
version of lnd: I don't know, I guess it's the latest version. which operating system (uname -a on *Nix): Ubuntu 18.04 version of btcd, bitcoind, or other backend: bitcoind 0.19.1 any other relevant environment details: My Ubuntu is running on a VM machine with a (bridged) internet connection 
Steps to reproduce
I don't know how to reproduce the problem but here is a log with my issue
2020-08-14 20:33:16.008 [INF] BTCN: Server listening on [::]:9735
2020-08-14 20:33:16.009 [INF] SRVR: Initializing peer network bootstrappers!
2020-08-14 20:33:16.009 [INF] SRVR: Creating DNS peer bootstrapper with seeds: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:16.010 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:16.022 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:16.426 [INF] DISC: Obtained 1 addrs to bootstrap network with
2020-08-14 20:33:19.428 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 2s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #1)
2020-08-14 20:33:21.428 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:21.463 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:21.464 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:21.464 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 4s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #2)
2020-08-14 20:33:25.464 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:25.504 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:25.504 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:25.504 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 8s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #3)
2020-08-14 20:33:33.504 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:33.539 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:33.539 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:33.539 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 16s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #4)
2020-08-14 20:33:49.540 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:49.540 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:49.578 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:49.578 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 32s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #5)
2020-08-14 20:34:21.579 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:34:21.580 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:34:21.735 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:34:21.735 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 1m0s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #6)
2020-08-14 20:35:21.736 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:35:21.736 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:35:22.280 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:35:22.280 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 1m0s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #7)
2020-08-14 20:35:27.316 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to connect to ##################################################################@my-external-ip:9735: dial tcp my-external-ip:9735: connect: connection timed out
2020-08-14 20:36:22.280 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:36:22.347 [INF] CRTR: Pruning channel graph using block 0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57 (height=643720)
2020-08-14 20:36:22.349 [INF] CRTR: Block 0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57 (height=643720) closed 0 channels
2020-08-14 20:36:22.461 [DBG] NTFN: Filtering 3178 txns for 0 spend requests at height 643720
2020-08-14 20:36:22.523 [INF] NTFN: New block: height=643720, sha=0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57
2020-08-14 20:36:22.523 [DBG] SWPR: New block: height=643720, sha=0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57
2020-08-14 20:36:22.523 [INF] UTXN: Attempting to graduate height=643720: num_kids=0, num_babies=0
2020-08-14 20:36:22.524 [DBG] DISC: New block: height=643720, hash=0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57
2020-08-14 20:36:22.757 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:36:22.758 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:36:22.758 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 1m0s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #8)
Expected behavior
I expected the Initialization would work normally without any issues.
Actual behavior
The first Initialization of the LN node didn't happen, stuck in the loop of trying to locate bootstrap peers
N.B. I'm a unix beginner, so please bare with me.
submitted by scottcarter2020 to lightningnetwork [link] [comments]

Problem with the first Initialization of my LN node, dial tcp my-external-ip:9735: connect: connection timed out

Background
I was following 402 Payment Required's LN video over here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0siLF9zmWo) and everything was good so far, until the moment of the first Initialization of my LN node, I got an (dial tcp my-external-ip:9735: connect: connection timed out) error. Your environment
I was starting the Initialization by the following way
lnd --externalip=X.X.X.X
And I've my lnd configuration file with the following attributes
alias= debuglevel=debug bitcoin.active=1 bitcoin.mainnet=1 bitcoin.node=bitcoind
I created the file (before) I started the Initialization.
version of lnd: I don't know, I guess it's the latest version. which operating system (uname -a on *Nix): Ubuntu 18.04 version of btcd, bitcoind, or other backend: bitcoind 0.19.1 any other relevant environment details: My Ubuntu is running on a VM machine with a (bridged) internet connection 
Steps to reproduce
I don't know how to reproduce the problem but here is a log with my issue
2020-08-14 20:33:16.008 [INF] BTCN: Server listening on [::]:9735
2020-08-14 20:33:16.009 [INF] SRVR: Initializing peer network bootstrappers!
2020-08-14 20:33:16.009 [INF] SRVR: Creating DNS peer bootstrapper with seeds: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:16.010 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:16.022 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:16.426 [INF] DISC: Obtained 1 addrs to bootstrap network with
2020-08-14 20:33:19.428 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 2s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #1)
2020-08-14 20:33:21.428 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:21.463 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:21.464 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:21.464 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 4s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #2)
2020-08-14 20:33:25.464 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:25.504 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:25.504 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:25.504 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 8s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #3)
2020-08-14 20:33:33.504 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:33.539 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:33.539 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:33.539 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 16s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #4)
2020-08-14 20:33:49.540 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:33:49.540 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:33:49.578 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:33:49.578 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 32s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #5)
2020-08-14 20:34:21.579 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:34:21.580 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:34:21.735 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:34:21.735 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 1m0s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #6)
2020-08-14 20:35:21.736 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:35:21.736 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:35:22.280 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:35:22.280 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 1m0s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #7)
2020-08-14 20:35:27.316 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to connect to ##################################################################@my-external-ip:9735: dial tcp my-external-ip:9735: connect: connection timed out
2020-08-14 20:36:22.280 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory] [lseed.bitcoinstats.com ]]
2020-08-14 20:36:22.347 [INF] CRTR: Pruning channel graph using block 0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57 (height=643720)
2020-08-14 20:36:22.349 [INF] CRTR: Block 0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57 (height=643720) closed 0 channels
2020-08-14 20:36:22.461 [DBG] NTFN: Filtering 3178 txns for 0 spend requests at height 643720
2020-08-14 20:36:22.523 [INF] NTFN: New block: height=643720, sha=0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57
2020-08-14 20:36:22.523 [DBG] SWPR: New block: height=643720, sha=0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57
2020-08-14 20:36:22.523 [INF] UTXN: Attempting to graduate height=643720: num_kids=0, num_babies=0
2020-08-14 20:36:22.524 [DBG] DISC: New block: height=643720, hash=0000000000000000000f09423cef42338b27f29244a99deed77411cf2e6edb57
2020-08-14 20:36:22.757 [INF] DISC: Attempting to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2020-08-14 20:36:22.758 [ERR] SRVR: Unable to retrieve initial bootstrap peers: no addresses found
2020-08-14 20:36:22.758 [DBG] SRVR: Waiting 1m0s before trying to locate bootstrap peers (attempt #8)
Expected behavior
I expected the Initialization would work normally without any issues.
Actual behavior
The first Initialization of the LN node didn't happen, stuck in the loop of trying to locate bootstrap peers
N.B. I'm a unix beginner, so please bare with me.
submitted by scottcarter2020 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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#Reddcoin ($RDD) Core Wallet Release 3.0.1 - PosV v2 SuperMajority Consensus Upgrade at 45.6% - Required Upgrade

Reddcoin (RDD) Core Wallet v3.0.1 - January 09, 2020
Version 3.0.1 is the official release version of Reddcoin Core. It is available for download at Reddcoin Core's Github repository here: https://github.com/reddcoin-project/reddcoin/releases/tag/v3.0.1
This release features PoSV v2.supermajority activation and new staking ruleset (and minor misc fixes). v3.0.1 is still not yet MacOS Catalina compatible. We are still working and should have that fix issued very soon. Sincere apologies to our Mac-using ReddHeads.
It is particularly important that all users upgrade, as once PoSV v2 is enforced, version 4 blocks will be rejected from the network entirely.
Therefore v3.0.1 is a "strongly recommended" update for all users. Note: If you have already installed v3.0.0, this upgrade is not required. If you have not yet upgraded from v2.0.x or earlier, this is a REQUIRED upgrade. Please install the newest version v3.0.1 to avoid losing functionality during supermajority activation of PoSV v2.
Reddcoin Core version 3.0.1 is now available from: https://github.com/reddcoin-project/reddcoin/releases Release Notes are available here and replicated below in this announcement: https://github.com/reddcoin-project/reddcoin/blob/mastedoc/release-notes.md
This is a new major version release of Reddcoin.
Previously, the original and subsequent versions of Reddcoin were taken from a fork of the Litecoin code base.
With the release of Reddcoin V2.0.0, the code was based directly from a fork of Bitcoin. This allows for better source control and feature implementation from upstream changes into the future
With the release of Reddcoin V3.0.0, the PoSV stake reward has been improved to allow for a target 5% network growth, in process re-incentivizing individual network stakers and providing for integrated dev support.
Upgrading to this release is strongly recommended and required for continued operation. Once a supermajority of 90% is reached, old wallets will no longer accept the new v5 blocks.
Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github:
https://github.com/reddcoin-project/reddcoin/issues
How to Upgrade
If you are running an older version of Reddcoin, shut it down. Wait until it has completely shut down (which may take a few minutes for older versions). Run the installer (on Windows) or just copy over /Applications/Reddcoin-Qt (on Mac) or reddcoind/reddcoin-qt (on Linux).
Start wallet. All done!
Reddcoin v3.0.0 introduced an updated PoSV method to better distribute staking rewards and target a overall 5% network growth. Staking and relay policy enhancements 
To implement PoSV v2, Reddcoin Core's block templates are now for version 5 blocks only. When PoSV v2 consensus (Supermajority 9000/10000) is reached, only v5 blocks will be accepted by the network.This equates to approximately 90% of blocks being generated over 1 week period. Status at any time may be viewed in node debug.log
Blockchain Download:
Blockchain data for both testnet and mainnet along with instructions can be downloaded from github. https://github.com/reddcoin-project/bootstrap_files
3.0.1 changelog
*83e212838 - John Nash, 2020-01-09 : really delete these files *3a1458ecd - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-08 : Added missing dependency libminiupnpc-dev for Jessie *d21915431 - Tiago Peralta, 2019-06-21 : Add vout to listtransactions/gettransaction *8d58ea7cf - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-08 : Script for downloading pre compiled binaries for Raspbian Jessie, Stretch or Buster *d4eced1bc - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-08 : Delete reddcoin_core_download_raspbian_stretch.sh *c5e9f91cf - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-08 : Delete reddcoin_core_download_raspbian_jessie.sh *5d5771b00 - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-08 : Delete reddcoin_core_download_raspbian_buster.sh *75c6ae91b - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-05 : add reddcoin-qt and remove starting daemon process *54c501787 - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-05 : add reddcoin-qt and remove starting daemon process *acb30a2b6 - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-05 : script files for Raspbian Jessie (also Stakebox) *cfddbe594 - John Nash, 2020-01-05 : Update copyright year and version *e46e5e7de - John Nash, 2020-01-05 : download script for pre compiled wallet *37386790a - John Nash, 2020-01-05 : change libssl deb packages links to github *9dbc772e6 - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-03 : download script for pre compiled wallet *857d697fd - Oliver Webb, 2020-01-03 : change libssl deb packages links to github *2cb74b9a8 - John Nash, 2019-12-31 : update copyright year *c641a1ab3 - Oliver Webb, 2019-12-30 : Raspberry Pi build script files for v3 wallet *a3f21a4a4 - John Nash, 2019-12-30 : add install script for building db4 update instructions for unix, osx, arm building using the db4 install script *5f6299b2a - John Nash, 2019-12-28 : docs: Update build notes for arm processors *465716c01 - John Nash, 2019-12-28 : test for arm devices *3fec3a535 - John Nash, 2018-02-02 : build: update source paths *5f6031ab4 - John Nash, 2019-12-28 : Scrypt n=1024 Pow hash based upon Colin Percival's Tarnsnap (2009) Modified by Artforz, coblee, pooler, wtogami, Nikolay Belikov, reddink *2fd4d91a0 - John Nash, 2019-12-24 : update copyright year *326828b36 - John Nash, 2019-12-24 : set release state true *8ebede0a6 - John Nash, 2019-12-24 : release notes *36df6fdfb - John Nash, 2019-12-23 : add check explictly for v5 blocks or greater *874dc1f0c - John Nash, 2019-12-17 : remove hardcoded global variable rearrange debug log output *763b25db8 - John Nash, 2019-12-17 : move copyright to new line *536baf635 - John Nash, 2019-12-17 : update version and set release state to false *cde9009f3 - John Nash, 2019-12-17 : update copyright year *ae41b7ed3 - John Nash, 2019-12-17 : set isSuperMajority to 90% for mainnet *e43e1c8ed - John Nash, 2019-12-10 : additional logging to verify isSuperMajority in the debug.log output *e31783cac - John Nash, 2019-12-05 : add/update public key for mainnet *405c6f002 - John Nash, 2019-12-05 : add log output for current inflation rate *9cc43c3f7 - John Nash, 2019-12-02 : determine calculated stake based on posv version *7baa3bf75 - John Nash, 2019-11-25 : check the posv transaction for correct pubkey *9ffa7ca38 - John Nash, 2019-11-21 : check for posv v1 or posv v2 blocks when calculating stake reward *39f7aad68 - John Nash, 2019-11-14 : add logging *0e283e6c3 - John Nash, 2019-11-13 : correct maths *74cbdeffd - John Nash, 2019-11-11 : use new posv v2 functions addidtional logging *35d7413b5 - John Nash, 2019-11-11 : add new proofofstakereward *3d917216c - John Nash, 2019-11-11 : get inflation adjustment *f63d17443 - John Nash, 2019-11-08 : add the developer output split fund output *ca263c9c9 - John Nash, 2019-11-05 : add dev key to chainparams *df6996ab0 - John Nash, 2019-11-05 : add block version checking *14b663479 - John Nash, 2019-11-05 : increase block version
Credits
Thanks to everyone who contributed to coding, testing and feedback for this release, notably:
@cryptognasher @techadept @chris @cryptobuze @harmonyq @mindredder @paxtech @Tiago Peralta 
Stake on!!
-Reddcoin (RDD) Core Development Team
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Unix Philosophy and RaiBlocks - Why Nano Will Succeed, a look at the design approach of Nano.

In order to understand what Nano's approach to currency is, we have to understand a little history of where Nano adopted its philosophy. Nano's philosophy can be found at the legacy website (https://raiblocks.net/), there we find the quote "RaiBlocks - Do one thing, and do it well..."
This is the Unix philosophy, and it is still widely used today. It has allowed many projects to succeed (e.g., Linux, BSD, MacOS). Even after 50 years, the idea of creating a program that does 'one thing well' has allowed Unix and its variants to thrive.
Let's take a closer look at it ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_philosophy ):
"1. Make each program do one thing well. To do a new job, build afresh rather than complicate old programs by adding new "features". "
Bitcoin was attempting in the early days to be a currency. It has failed at this. Instead of focusing on doing one thing well, it has decided to "complicate old programs" by doing things like lowering the blocksize (slowing it down) and complicating payments via Lightning Network.
Instead, Nano has had success in making its payment network faster and simpler.
"2. Expect the output of every program to become the input to another, as yet unknown, program. Don't clutter output with extraneous information. Avoid stringently columnar or binary input formats. Don't insist on interactive input."
Colin said in his Minnesota interview that the reason he started Nano was because he was looking at why there was no one winner as a digital currency and what could be done to improve what was out there. He identified two things that needed improvement, expense and speed. Most projects were slow and expensive. So instead of 'cluttering' nano, it focused on single transfer of value (information).
"We're focusing on transfer of value, not on smart contracts, because they can only cause one side-effect to happen--the transfer of value. They can't move physical property." (https://youtu.be/6ho7F3qEWnI?t=2253)
I think Colin and team will eventually adopt second layer options and smart contracts, but we can't have them if we don't have a good foundation first. Nano's simplistic output (fast simple value transfer), the "output" will be able to be used by other layers.
"3. Design and build software, even operating systems, to be tried early, ideally within weeks. [...]"
Nano team has hesitated to advertise, instead chosen to test the protocol for Nano early on. Nano is still in testing phase, but so far has created an amazing 'program' that does "one thing well."
I fully expect Nano to continue growing into an amazing currency that survives for decades more to come!
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San Diego, CA | 619.577.6751 | [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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Specializes in: Full Life Cycle Recruiting and Operational Excellence
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Silk Roads | Deploy | iCIMS | Taleo | PC Recruiter | EZAccess | Resumix | Lever | Virtual Edge | Breezy HR | Greenhouse
Prophet Pro | Hiretual | LinkedIn Recruiter | Email Hunter | Hound | Lusha | HiringSolved | SeekOut | Hunter | Reddit
GitHub | Stack Overflow | Connectifier | GoogleDocs | Google Chrome | Thunderbird Email Host | Slack

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§ Exceeds company averages in all metrics including time-to-fill, fill rate, and total revenue
§ Performs full-cycle recruiting & sourcing of an average of up to 50 job reqs up to 25 hires per month
§ Managed and led virtual teams of up to ten (10) team members while maintaining a 2:1 ratio for interviews to hire
§ Skilled in information technology (IT), engineering, healthcare, medical devices, finance, FinTech, hospitality, real estate, aerospace, and pharmaceutical C-suite
§ Trained 250+ hiring managers and peer interviewers on the techniques of behavioral interviews impacting first-year retention rates from 85% to 97% (AMN Healthcare)
§ Increased production by 75% through the utilization of Avature, Lever & Greenhouse ATS, HiringSolved, LinkedIn Recruiter, Boolean searches, Lusha and phone sourcing

Professional Experience
Independent Recruiting Projects (Upwork, Workana) 2018 – Present
Technical Executive Search Recruiter (Remote) | USA
§ Offering a SaaS solution that integrates all benefits, in a one stop shop, providing simplicity to complex plans
§ Headed a 10-week project placing 12 IT/Engineering hires for a late-stage start-up in the FinTech space
o Recruited DevOps, Engineering Manager, IT Director, Ruby/React Engineers, Full Stack, Back-End, and Web App Developers
§ Hired for C-Level Executives, IT/Tech/Engineering, Hospitality, Real Estate, Product Marketing, Accounting, Corporate Communications, Sales and Account Executives
§ Sourced 250+ candidates and placed 39 in a 12- month period. 2 1/2:1 ratio
§ Enhanced the overall candidate experience mandate for this project
Quantum Technical Solutions, Disney & DirecTV 2015 – 2018 Senior Technical Recruiter (Remote) (2016-2018) | San Diego, CA
IT Recruiter (Remote) (2015-2016) | San Diego, CA
§ Managed an average of 25 - 40 requisitions as the Sr. Technical Recruiter while performing both full life cycle recruiting and strategic sourcing for various information technologies (IT) positions at both Disney & DirecTV
o Recruited mobile iOS/Android Developers, Full-Stack Engineers, AWS, Cloud, Java Developers, Sales, ERP (SAP), Big Data and Hadoop Developers, Network Engineers, DBA’s, Cyber Security, DevOps, UI/UX Designers, Cloud Architects, .NET Developers, IT-based sales & marketing as well as non-technical corporate level roles
§ Exercised traditional and non-traditional sources such as LinkedIn Recruiter, social media (Twitter), Google/AIRS searches, Craigslist, internal applicant tracking system Avature, Lever, Greenhouse, Indeed, Zip Recruiter, Reddit, GitHub and Stack Overflow, Twitter, and Google/AIRS searches
AMN Healthcare 2016 – 2016
Recruitment/Sourcing Specialist RPO (Contract)| San Diego, CA
§ Utilized analytics to track and report progress and success rate of various sourcing strategies
§ Reached out to 250+ candidates weekly to pre-screen and submit to recruiters resulting in a 3:1 ratio
§ Sourced and recruited candidates for various healthcare opportunities including RN's, pharmacy techs, dialysis RN’s, clinical nurse specialists, scientists, medical lab technologists, ED nurses and corporate level positions
§ Created innovative sourcing strategies to recruit utilizing social media (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook), paid and free job boards, as well as sourcing tools (Hound, Prophet Pro, Email Hunter, HiringSolved)
Talent Fusion by Monster 2015 – 2015
RPO Recruiter (Remote) | San Diego, CA
§ Designed and executed aggressive sourcing strategies via the internet, social media, and networking channels
§ Sourced and recruited project managers, IT directors, UNIX administrators, JAVA developers, cloud architects, Big Data, front-end/back-end developers, sales, marketing business managers, and real estate construction managers
Independent Virtual Office 2010 – 2015
Recruiting/Sourcing Specialist (Remote) | San Diego, CA
§ Partnered with a bitcoin cryptocurrency start-up to fill thirty (30) C-suite and director level positions
§ Referral networking through social media reduced time-to-fill from 45 days to 27 improving start dates
§ Managed an average of 10 - 50 requisitions while providing high volume sourcing and lead generation for clients including T. Rowe Prices, BDS, Edward Life Sciences and Assurant/Comcast
§ Domestic and international placements in social media, healthcare, big data, call center, medical and pharmaceutical, retail, cybersecurity, business intelligence (BI), .NET, Hadoop, ERP (SAP), CRM, sales/marketing (all levels, OEM through solutions sales), hospitality, finance/investment banking, automotive, manufacturing, and virtual staffing
§ Integrated social media into recruiting strategies
o Amassed 14K followers on Twitter which boosted LinkedIn connections and incorporated sites (Empire Avenue, Google+, Instagram and clients career page)
o Exposure of job postings increased submittal of on-target applications by 70%

Additional Relevant Experience
§ Technical RecruiteBusiness Development Consultant, The Benefit Partnership, San Diego, CA (2010)
§ Virtual Recruiting/Sourcing Analyst, AON Hewitt, Los Angeles, CA (2007 – 2009)
§ Senior RecruiteSourcing Mgr., Enterprise Staffing Solutions, Phoenix/Los Angeles (1997 – 2007)
§ Senior Technical & Sales Recruiter, Volt Technical Services, Phoenix, AZ (1995 – 1997)

Education
Bachelor of Science, Hotel & Restaurant Management – University of Wisconsin-Stout
AIRS Certification

Professional Memberships
RecruitingBlogs, CyberSleuths Apprentice, Sourcer's Guild, LinkedIn Open Networker (LION) and XeeMe Open Power Networker (XOPN)
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**Available 1/20/20 : (Remote) Senior Talent Acquisition & Full-Life-Cycle Technical (& non-tech) Recruiter**

Paul Goldenberg
San Diego, CA | 619.577.6751 | [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
TALENT ACQUISITION / COACHING / SENIOR RECRUITER
Specializes in: Full Life Cycle Recruiting and Operational Excellence
Innovative leader with strong candidate sourcing and talent acquisition skills. Experience recruiting for large and small organizations, start-ups, and venture capitals. Expert in integrating program capabilities with broader business goals to craft cohesive strategies. Effective critical thinker and problem-solver, ability to recognize issues or discrepancies and produce prompt resolutions.
Windows 7 & 10 Professional | Vurv Express | macOS | macOS High Sierra | Avature | Jobvite | Workday | BrassRing
Silk Roads | Deploy | iCIMS | Taleo | PC Recruiter | EZAccess | Resumix | Lever | Virtual Edge | Breezy HR | Greenhouse
Prophet Pro | Hiretual | LinkedIn Recruiter | Email Hunter | Hound | Lusha | HiringSolved | SeekOut | Hunter | Reddit
GitHub | Stack Overflow | Connectifier | GoogleDocs | Google Chrome | Thunderbird Email Host | Slack

Professional Highlights
§ Exceeds company averages in all metrics including time-to-fill, fill rate, and total revenue
§ Performs full-cycle recruiting & sourcing of an average of up to 50 job reqs up to 25 hires per month
§ Managed and led virtual teams of up to ten (10) team members while maintaining a 2:1 ratio for interviews to hire
§ Skilled in information technology (IT), engineering, healthcare, medical devices, finance, FinTech, hospitality, real estate, aerospace, and pharmaceutical C-suite
§ Trained 250+ hiring managers and peer interviewers on the techniques of behavioral interviews impacting first-year retention rates from 85% to 97% (AMN Healthcare)
§ Increased production by 75% through the utilization of Avature, Lever & Greenhouse ATS, HiringSolved, LinkedIn Recruiter, Boolean searches, Lusha and phone sourcing

Professional Experience
Independent Recruiting Projects (Upwork, Workana) 2018 – Present
Technical Executive Search Recruiter (Remote) | USA
§ Offering a SaaS solution that integrates all benefits, in a one stop shop, providing simplicity to complex plans
§ Headed a 10-week project placing 12 IT/Engineering hires for a late-stage start-up in the FinTech space
o Recruited DevOps, Engineering Manager, IT Director, Ruby/React Engineers, Full Stack, Back-End, and Web App Developers
§ Hired for C-Level Executives, IT/Tech/Engineering, Hospitality, Real Estate, Product Marketing, Accounting, Corporate Communications, Sales and Account Executives
§ Sourced 250+ candidates and placed 39 in a 12- month period. 2 1/2:1 ratio
§ Enhanced the overall candidate experience mandate for this project
Quantum Technical Solutions, Disney & DirecTV 2015 – 2018 Senior Technical Recruiter (Remote) (2016-2018) | San Diego, CA
IT Recruiter (Remote) (2015-2016) | San Diego, CA
§ Managed an average of 25 - 40 requisitions as the Sr. Technical Recruiter while performing both full life cycle recruiting and strategic sourcing for various information technologies (IT) positions at both Disney & DirecTV
o Recruited mobile iOS/Android Developers, Full-Stack Engineers, AWS, Cloud, Java Developers, Sales, ERP (SAP), Big Data and Hadoop Developers, Network Engineers, DBA’s, Cyber Security, DevOps, UI/UX Designers, Cloud Architects, .NET Developers, IT-based sales & marketing as well as non-technical corporate level roles
§ Exercised traditional and non-traditional sources such as LinkedIn Recruiter, social media (Twitter), Google/AIRS searches, Craigslist, internal applicant tracking system Avature, Lever, Greenhouse, Indeed, Zip Recruiter, Reddit, GitHub and Stack Overflow, Twitter, and Google/AIRS searches
AMN Healthcare 2016 – 2016
Recruitment/Sourcing Specialist RPO (Contract)| San Diego, CA
§ Utilized analytics to track and report progress and success rate of various sourcing strategies
§ Reached out to 250+ candidates weekly to pre-screen and submit to recruiters resulting in a 3:1 ratio
§ Sourced and recruited candidates for various healthcare opportunities including RN's, pharmacy techs, dialysis RN’s, clinical nurse specialists, scientists, medical lab technologists, ED nurses and corporate level positions
§ Created innovative sourcing strategies to recruit utilizing social media (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook), paid and free job boards, as well as sourcing tools (Hound, Prophet Pro, Email Hunter, HiringSolved)
Talent Fusion by Monster 2015 – 2015
RPO Recruiter (Remote) | San Diego, CA
§ Designed and executed aggressive sourcing strategies via the internet, social media, and networking channels
§ Sourced and recruited project managers, IT directors, UNIX administrators, JAVA developers, cloud architects, Big Data, front-end/back-end developers, sales, marketing business managers, and real estate construction managers
Independent Virtual Office 2010 – 2015
Recruiting/Sourcing Specialist (Remote) | San Diego, CA
§ Partnered with a bitcoin cryptocurrency start-up to fill thirty (30) C-suite and director level positions
§ Referral networking through social media reduced time-to-fill from 45 days to 27 improving start dates
§ Managed an average of 10 - 50 requisitions while providing high volume sourcing and lead generation for clients including T. Rowe Prices, BDS, Edward Life Sciences and Assurant/Comcast
§ Domestic and international placements in social media, healthcare, big data, call center, medical and pharmaceutical, retail, cybersecurity, business intelligence (BI), .NET, Hadoop, ERP (SAP), CRM, sales/marketing (all levels, OEM through solutions sales), hospitality, finance/investment banking, automotive, manufacturing, and virtual staffing
§ Integrated social media into recruiting strategies
o Amassed 14K followers on Twitter which boosted LinkedIn connections and incorporated sites (Empire Avenue, Google+, Instagram and clients career page)
o Exposure of job postings increased submittal of on-target applications by 70%

Additional Relevant Experience
§ Technical RecruiteBusiness Development Consultant, The Benefit Partnership, San Diego, CA (2010)
§ Virtual Recruiting/Sourcing Analyst, AON Hewitt, Los Angeles, CA (2007 – 2009)
§ Senior RecruiteSourcing Mgr., Enterprise Staffing Solutions, Phoenix/Los Angeles (1997 – 2007)
§ Senior Technical & Sales Recruiter, Volt Technical Services, Phoenix, AZ (1995 – 1997)

Education
Bachelor of Science, Hotel & Restaurant Management – University of Wisconsin-Stout
AIRS Certification

Professional Memberships
RecruitingBlogs, CyberSleuths Apprentice, Sourcer's Guild, LinkedIn Open Networker (LION) and XeeMe Open Power Networker (XOPN)
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(Updated) [Staking] Reddcoin Core client GUI wallet on a Raspberry Pi Model 3B

Intro

This thread is an update to my first Reddcoin staking tutorial that was written 7 months ago.
 
The reason for the update
My Reddcoin Core software crashed and became unusable. My Raspberry Pi 3B would lag and freeze, I couldn't stake anymore.
 
Instead of just redoing everything the same way, I wanted to see if I could improve on 3 points:
 
The updates
 
If you would like to tip me
Writing a tutorial like this takes time and effort; tips are appreciated. My Reddcoin address: RqvdnNX5MTam855Y2Vudv7yVgtXdcYaQAW.
     

Overview

 

Steps

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     

Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Snr5e8bzftI
This video shows how long it takes to start Reddcoin Core.   TL;DR:
     

Extra

Backup
Backup your wallet to prevent losing the RDDs in your wallet! There are two methods to backup, do both. Make new backups if you create a new receiving address!
 
 
   
Boot with only 1 USB drive plugged in:
Make sure only the USB drive (with the swap partition and data partition) is plugged in when you boot up your Raspberry Pi. This to make sure the swap partition (/dev/sda1) is recognized correctly.   If you boot up with multiple USB drives, Lubuntu might see the USB drive with the swap partition as the second drive (instead of the first drive), and ignore the 2 GB swap partition. If this happens, starting Reddcoin can render the Raspberry Pi unresponsive.
   
Connection issues If you have issues syncing the blockchain because you have 0 network connections, please follow the instructions in this thread.
   
Start Reddcoin Core easier
Run a shell script (.sh file), so you can start Reddcoin just by double clicking on an icon on your Desktop.
   
Minimization options
Adjust minimization options, so you can safely press on the X button (the close/exit button on the upper right corner).
   
RealVNC VNC Viewer (client) and VNC Connect (server): To remote connect to the Raspberry Pi, I use VNC Viewer ad VNC Connect from RealVNC.
 
   
Chromium as browser: The updates break Firefox, the browser crashes when you try to run it. Install another browser, Chromium, to solve this issue.
   
Updates / Upgrades
If Software Updater shows up and tells you that there is updated software available, do not install the updates using Software Updater. Use LXTerminal to update Lubuntu.  
     

Credits:

   
Credits in previous tutorial:
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Homelab collective ressources post!

Hey guys!
I'm fairly new to this sub and to having a home lab in general and I found this community to be so kind and helping, I wanted to give back what I've learned. I'm seeing a lot of questions asked around on improvements and on what to do with x extra hardware so I thought it would be nice to have a thread to regroup that.
 
I'll put here some stuff I gathered and the most common questions I've seen, feel free to contribute and i'll update the post along.
 
Latest Additions
 
Homelab Dashboard
Posts about dashboards have been growing lately and here are some of the best that were kind enough to provide us with their sources.
User Screenshot Source
yours truly http://imgur.com/a/GhCNH https://github.com/Gabisonfire/dashboard-q
lastditchefrt http://i.imgur.com/5zQdao4.png https://github.com/d4rk22/Network-Status-Page
_SleepingBag_ http://i.imgur.com/Ql9ZM4W.png https://github.com/jsank/homelabdash
NiknakSi https://niknak.org/extras/sysinfo TBA
DainBramaged http://imgur.com/jYNlUEQ https://github.com/gordonturneBigBoard
michaelh4u https://i.imgur.com/XkZwMKj.png https://github.com/michaelh4u/homelabfrontpage
spigotx http://imgur.com/a/1zMht https://github.com/spigotx/HomeLab2
SirMaster https://nicko88.com/ https://github.com/dashbad/plex-server-status
yourofl10 http://imgur.com/a/AyROa TBA
TheBobWiley http://imgur.com/a/oU6d3 https://github.com/TheBobWiley/ManageThis-LandingPages
0110010001100010 http://i.imgur.com/iwtQcsL.jpg https://github.com/danodemano/monitoring-scripts
mescon & SyNiK4L https://i.imgur.com/gqdVM6p.jpg https://github.com/mescon/Muximux
ak_rex http://i.imgur.com/a/RJkrT https://github.com/ak-rex/homelab-dashboard
 
Or build yours from scratch: PRTG API, ELK, Grafana, freeboard, JumpSquares
 
Some other resources: Custom Monitoring Scripts by 0110010001100010
 
Credits to apt64 for his original post
= Pi specific =
 
= Download Automation =
 
= Virtualization =
 
= Monitoring =
 
= Media Center =
 
= Remote access =
 
= VOIP =
 
= Networking =
 
= File Servers/Storage/RAID =
 
= Cameras =
 
= Documentation =
 
= Dynamic DNS =
 
= Backup =
 
= Creating network diagrams =
 
= Guides =
 
= Misc =
 
That's all I could come up with on top of my head + some research, passing over to you guys so we can get a nice complete list!
 
Let's try and stick with free(or mostly) softwares, let me know if you guys feel otherwise.
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Is it possible to close the source or charge for Bitcoin?

  1. The creators of UNIX publish the operating system and source code license together for free, especially to many universities for teaching. But then AT&T, the owner of UNIX, privatized UNIX, and users had to pay tens of thousands of dollars for authorization fees.
  2. Google announced that it will levy a patent licensing fee for mobile devices using Android from February 1, 2019.
  3. Is it possible for some of Bitcoin's technologies to be patented and then hijacked? Or one day a person will come up with the so-called Satoshi Vision key and announce that Bitcoin is closed or charged with the Bitcoin Foundation?
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Lets talk about cryptocurrencies

I was a bit reluctant to post this here since I have a feeling you guys don't like this topic, but then again it seems to me that this is the only sub where I can expect at least one intelligent response.
I'd like to believe I have a good technical background and understand how Bitcoin and other cryptos work and after closely examining the projects in this space it seems like, with the exception of Bitcoin, they offer no real use case. In addition, all this "blockchain" hype is pure buzzword with no real usage. Yes, there are things in the banking industry that can be made more efficient but using centralized databases would be much more reasonable and efficient. What is concerning is that many big companies are hyping this up and the technical managers seem to see big things for blockchain technology. Judging from history there were technically inferior things that the market still pushed forward so juding things only from a technical perspective is not that useful.
On to the market situation. There are now more than 1600 cryptocurrencies with a combined market cap of 330 B. The number of ICO sales in May topped last year's sale and there are projects that raised billions (!) of dollars without having any product, not to mention that the product they want to develop seem to have no valuable use or future potential.
What I do lack is market understanding and experience. Doing research, it seems to me that this whole mess is very similar to the dot-com bubble, although the (mis) understanding of the technology is much wider than in the dot-com era.
So I was wondering if anyone could share their thoughts on how you see this market playing out in the future? My hypothesis is that everything other than Bitcoin is currently useless and hence should be valueless. But I don't know how to model this situation in a profitable investment.
Is it realistic to expect that in 5+ years, there will still be thousands of cryptocurrencies and people willing to trade them? What could be a potential catalysts to stop this expansion? Could you draw some parallels from similar phenomenons ? (please dont mention tulips)
My intuition is that anything but Bitcoin should eventually fail but there were many instances in the tech world when inferior solutions were far more successful and adopted than technically superior counterparts. (an example would be the DOS operating system vs Unix)
So I would really be curious to hear how you guys see this thing play out in the long term. Can we expect big exchanges like Binance (raking in hundreds of dollars of yearly profit) simply disappearing once the dust settles? Or is it realistic to expect that this kind of market action (buying and selling useless coins) takes off in the long term?
EDIT. I don't care if you agree with the presented view or if I am right or wrong about the crypto space. Rather, given my assumptions I would like the opinion of seasoned investors. How do you see this bubble playing out. Any parallels/use-cases tied to traditional markets are welcome
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Anti-FUD: The BIP148 enforcing client - a walkthrough.

There seems to be a lot of FUD going around surrounding https://github.com/uasf/bitcoin/tree/0.14 <--that little guy. I'm a programmer, so let me walk you through what, exactly, is changed, and how you can verify what changes for yourself.
So, to get started, click on the 'Compare' button just below the green button that says 'clone or download'. link
This shows you every single change that has been merged between bitcoin core, in the 0.14 branch (the branch that was used to create the 0.14 Core client many of us use) and this repository's version of the 0.14 client, which requires any blocks after August 1, 2017 to support Segwit.
So, let's go through the page, top to bottom, and explain what it is telling you.
19 commits 4 files changed 3 commit comments 3 contributors 
That tells you that 19 times someone has changed something in the code base, in total, 4 files were changed by those 19 commits, 3 commit comments were made (think of these as replies to a thread on reddit), and 3 people total have made contributions to the code differences represented below.
Below that is a list of what commits were made on what day. You can click on the second column (BIP148 / Update client name to Satoshi BIP148 / etc) to see what changes were made in that version (compared to the version before it) specifically.
Scroll down until you hit
Showing with 19 additions and 5 deletions. 
This is where the 'fun' (programming) begins.

src/clientversion.cpp

-std::string FormatSubVersion(const std::string& name, int nClientVersion, const std::vector& comments) +std::string FormatSubVersion(const std::string& name, int nClientVersion, const std::vector& comments, const bool fBaseNameOnly) 
Red lines, which always start with a minus sign, means that line was removed from the file. Green lines, which always start with a + sign, mean that line was added. "But the line wasn't removed, just some stuff was added to the end!" Correct! This is a 'diff-ism'. Diff being the name of the program used to show differences between a file. Diff doesn't highlight just the part of the line that changed, it highlights the entire line, and leaves it to you to spot the changes in the line.
From the above, we can see a parameter was added to the end of the line. "But what does the line do!" Well, what you're looking at is a function declaration. What is a function? Well, imagine you wanted to build a robot to make sandwiches for you. You could make the sandwich yourself, but it's easier if an automated system does it for you. The function is like the robot; you put a specific set of tasks into the robot's programming, give it a specific set of inputs (bread, knife, meat/cheese/spreads/etc) and it returns the resultant sandwich. The way to read the declaration is this:
std::string FormatSubVersion(const std::string& name, int nClientVersion, const std::vector& comments, const bool fBaseNameOnly) 
  1. std::string The first argument is the return type of the function. In this case, a C++ string.
  2. FormatSubVersion This is the name of the function
  3. (const std::string& name, the first parameter of the function, since it is unchanged from Core, and unmodified by other changes in the file, I will not bother explaining what it does.
  4. int nClientVersion, Second parameter to the function. Same thing, original, unmodified, skipping.
  5. const std::vector& comments, Parameter 3, unchanged, skipping.
  6. , const bool fBaseNameOnly) Parameter 4, 'const bool' means two things: 1) we cannot change the value of this variable in the code. 2) it's a 'bool' type, which is short for boolean. It an either be true or false, those are the only values it can ever have. What does it do? Let's keep reading.

std::ostringstream ss; 
That's important for later, make note of it.
if (!fBaseNameOnly) ss << "UASF-Segwit:0.2(BIP148)/"; 
The above is the change uses the newly minted parameter 4 to add a bit of text into the output stream. Specifically, the string "UASF-Segwit:0.2(BIP148)/" is tacked on to whatever is ahead of it in the output stream. The net result of this change is that clients using this code will report their client version as '/Santoshi:0.14.0/UASF-Segwit:0.2(BIP148)/' instead of the standard value of '/Santoshi:0.14.0/'.
File complete! Next file.

src/clientversion.h

Within C or C++ programming, you have the concept of 'code files' (ending in .c or .cpp) and 'header files' (ending in .h). Strictly speaking, any code can be in either file and the compiler will figure it out (assuming you give it enough information to do so). However, programming conventions exist. Since I assume the readers of this post are (largely) not programmers, I won't bore you. It's a convention used for sanity only, and it is a convention followed by the bitcoin source code. In general, program code that 'does stuff' goes in .c and .cpp files, and the code needed to tell the compiler (compiler = the thing that converts these text files into a program) where to 'find stuff' goes into .h files.
-std::string FormatSubVersion(const std::string& name, int nClientVersion, const std::vector& comments); +std::string FormatSubVersion(const std::string& name, int nClientVersion, const std::vector& comments, bool fBaseNameOnly = false); 
Well, because this is the exact same function call we just talked about in the previous section, I'll skip going through the parameters one by one, and instead focus only on the change: , bool fBaseNameOnly = false).
"WAIT! It has 'const' before bool in the .cpp file! That's bad right!?" No. The compiler will see const in the .cpp file and mandate the variable be const.
"WAIT! Here it says '= false' and in the .cpp file it doesn't!" Again, not a problem. Remember how I said some code goes in .c/.cpp files, and some in .h files? Well, this is a case where which file contains what code actually does matter. Basically, you can't set a default value for a parameter inside a .c/.cpp file. You can only do that in a .h file. So...that's 100% correct. Here is the souce code for a quick little program to see this behavior:
--test.cpp--
#include "test.h" #include  #include  int main() { function(); } int function(const bool tmp) { tmp = !tmp; } 
---test.h---
int function(bool test = false); 
--If you tried to compile this, you'd get--
g++ test.cpp test.cpp: In function ‘int function(bool)’: test.cpp:12:6: error: assignment of read-only parameter ‘tmp’ tmp = !tmp; 
In this case, 'read only' means 'was declared const'.
Remember how a 4th parameter was added in the code above? Well, you have to tell the compiler to expect that parameter, which you do here, in the header file. That line of code tells the compiler to expect the 4th parameter. It also sets the default value of the parameter, should the caller not specify it, to be false.
Thus, you can call this function two ways:
  1. FormatSubVersion("Test", 99900, std::vector())
  2. FormatSubVersion("Test", 99900, std::vector(), true)
Using method 1 would result in a User Agent string of '/Test:99900/UASF-Segwit:0.2(BIP148)/', because the program uses the default value of 'false' and so it sticks in the bit about BIP148 support. Using method 2 would result in '/Test:99900/' "Wait, wait, how did you figure that out?" Look here, scroll to the bottom (line 88) and that is the FormatSubVersion function we went over above. All you do is built the string in steps as you read the code:
  1. Line 90: ""
  2. Line 91: "/"
  3. Line 92: "/Test:99900" {the 'Test' comes from the 'name' parameter, parameter 1. The : is statically coded (<< ":" <<) and the 99900 comes from nClientVersion, parameter 2}
  4. Line 93: From the function call, we see that parameter 3 is initialized 'std::vector()', this is an empty vector. If the vector had anything in it, it would look like this: std::vector('a')
  5. (because the if statement in line 93 fails, we go to: ) Line 101: "/Test:99900/"
  6. Line 102: (are we doing a version with or without the 4th parameter set to true?)
  7. Line 103: (if parameter 4 is false, line becomes "/Test:99900/UASF-Segwit:0.2(BIP148)/"
  8. Line 104: Convert the 'ss' variable to a standard C++ string and return the that string to whatever asked this function to be run.
SO, in total, this function literally just creates a string. Much like the robot-sandwich example, you give the function a client name, version, and list of comments and it builds you a string containing those things.

src/test/util_tests.cpp

This file is part of the automated testing for bitcoind/bitcoin-qt. When you compile the software, you'd typically run 'make check' before installing the software, to ensure that your changes didn't break anything and that your compile didn't go wrong. With the effort I've put into explaining the change to FormatSubVersion in the past two section, I believe you can now see that the only change made to this test is to ensure that the newly added code performs as expected.
That said, there is a 'defect' in this code. He should not have removed the 3 existing tests. He should have added 3 new tests. That way he'd have both 'positive' and 'negative' test case coverage. That said, it isn't something to fret about.

src/validation.cpp

All right, finally, the big file where all the cool shit happens!
+ // BIP148 mandatory segwit signalling. + if (pindex->GetMedianTimePast() >= 1501545600 && // Tue 1 Aug 2017 00:00:00 UTC + pindex->GetMedianTimePast() <= 1510704000 && // Wed 15 Nov 2017 00:00:00 UTC + !IsWitnessEnabled(pindex->pprev, chainparams.GetConsensus())) + { + // versionbits topbit and segwit flag must be set. + if ((pindex->nVersion & VERSIONBITS_TOP_MASK) != VERSIONBITS_TOP_BITS || + (pindex->nVersion & VersionBitsMask(chainparams.GetConsensus(), Consensus::DEPLOYMENT_SEGWIT)) == 0) { + return state.DoS(0, error("ConnectBlock(): relayed block must signal for segwit, please upgrade"), REJECT_INVALID, "bad-no-segwit"); + } + } + 
The entire section is newly added. Anything it does will be 'in addition to' whatever is already done. Let's go through the change line by line:
"Ok, but what about 1501545600? How do we know that?" It's an epoch timestamp. Google 'epoch converter', copy-paste that number in, convert to UTC, and you'll see it is correct for what the comment says it is.
The '&&' at the end of the line means 'and'. So in this case, 'if the mean age of the past few blocks is greater than or equal to and ...'
You can see proof of this claim in the tests written in src/test/versionbits_tests.cpp lines 277-281. line 277 creates an 'old format' block, then (line 279) checks that the ComputeBlockVersion function works, then verifies that the bitwise-and function returns TOP_BITS, as expected.
If you are concerned that more might be needed to reject a block, simply view src/validation.cpp on line 1892 and see that standard bitcoin Core code rejects blocks in the same way as the SEGWIT patch does.
"So wait, what is the total requirement to reject a block again?"
  1. If the mean age of the past few blocks is greater than or equal to AND the mean age of the past few blocks is less than or equal to AND the previous block did not show that Segwit was in 'active' state:
  2. If all of the conditions in step 1 are met AND the block either does not support BIP9 messaging, or does not signal support for SEGWIT
  3. Then it will be rejected.
"So wait, what happens after the first segregated witness block pops across the network? Hasn't that already happened?" No. Blocks that support segwit have come across the network, but in order for IsWitnessEnabled to return 'true', the SEGWIT state would need to switch to 'active' (see BIP9 spec), which is the final state of any proposal, and the point at which the setting is considered an accepted part of the blockchain.

Conclusions

So, you see, no muss, no fuss. The day-1 bug where the logic was backwards has been fixed. There is nothing to fear. Feel free to ask questions and I'll explain them over the next few hours/days as I am able. I'll try to talk to your level if I can. I like teaching in general and abhor ignorance in all its forms. Understand: ignorance strictly means 'not knowing', rather than the typical 'negative' connotation it gets in English speaking society. I would like everyone to realize just how simple this UASF patch is and that the FUD surrounding it not being 'verified' is absolutely a bad joke.
edit: Logic fix thanks to Phil. Like shaolinfry, I had my negated logic backwards. Oops.
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