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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Jun 4, 2019

Update to DB parameters for transaction stability.

Recommended minimum of 2GB Ram, 2CPU for production nodes.

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Apr 8, 2019 · 4 commits to master since this release

Network upgrade block 142500 - Update required

Bug fix forces the verification of the signature counts on transactions sent throughout the network
OSX build updated
see https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin/releases for more information on the full list of changes

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Mar 4, 2019 · 57 commits to master since this release

Change of algorithm to CN Turtle at block 125000.
Also activates a network upgrade at block 125,000 that restricts transaction extra to a maximum of 1,024 bytes to prevent chain storage bloat. This release also activates logic immediately that stops transactions exceeding this size limit from entering the transaction pool or being selected during the getblocktemplate calls (see TurtleCoin https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin/releases for specifics)

Any daemons/peers below version 0.10.0 will soon be cut off from the network, please upgrade to the latest release.

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Feb 10, 2019 · 414 commits to master since this release

Update to the v0.10.0 code (Turtlecoin)

General:
Entire project upgraded based on the C++17 standards
Cleaned up legacy code that is not used anymore

Note: 64bit OS supported only

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Dec 2, 2018 · 468 commits to master since this release

Mandatory update for pools etc to support the Hard Fork to CN-lite V7 at block 55,000

Changes- Minor config change to CN-lite V7 switch from 80,000 to 55,000 block
Update of checkpoints.
Welcome GPU and CPU miners and thanks to the ASIC's for your support

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Nov 3, 2018

New release due to transaction size error.
You will only be able to connect to the network using the new release.

Back-up your wallets and export the keys so you are able to import them should you have issues see Note1 for re-importing keys.
If your new FREDdaemon will not sync see Note 2 below.

Notes:
RPC API Changes as per TurtleCoin from which we are forked.
FRED-walletd port 8070
P2P ports 32808
RCP ports 32809

Developers seeking to integrate FRED-walletd into their applications should note an important change from other CryptoNote coins.

Mandatory authentication has been added to the JSON RPC API interfaces of FRED-walletd.
To enable backward compatibility with old services, the --rpc-legacy-security flag has been introduced to allow password-less access to the RPC.

It should be noted that all new applications going forward should make use of the --rpc-password flag to enable authentication of JSON RPC queries.

To pass the password to the RPC interface, add an additional field password to the JSON object:

{
"jsonrpc": "2.0",
"method": "transfer",
"params": {},
"password": ""
}

Miner
To use the miner start FREDdaemon first and fully sync.
For Windows create a .bat file in the same folder as the miner.exe with the following;
miner --address fEnrgyRfgU66dAMZQcqj4YiF1ASw94B89KTTDdi25d7S8RMXBC4SDiJCWRVyShryZrhi35JmkmYJVfBzD4G2oejGQGYrMx4RLQZ43 but replace the address with your own FRED address generated with zedwallet
Then start the miner using the created .bat file
For Linux etc use;
./miner --address fEnrgyRgXFMcDdrNr41uPyXxRPb4yEAKD7RBAeJviM7Nh9p3NkiZc4JKANT8ukaLtv9Gpznjjf6gUHr3RTePD4KVfDfc867z9gr3g again replacing the address with your own FRED address generated with zedwallet

Official pool can be found at http://fredcoinpool.com/

You may need to do the following should you have any issues;

(Windows, Mac, Linux)
If your FREDdaemon is not syncing and is stuck;
Download the latest release, delete your old FREDEnergy database folder (NOT your wallet folder) and run the new FREDdaemon, the blockchain should now sync without problems.
You should also be using the latest versions of zedwallet, miner and FRED-walletd to avoid further issues.

Note 1:
Always backup your SPEND, VIEW and PHRASE keys!
You can use the old mywalletname.wallet file but you must use the latest wallet releases at all times to avoid issues.
If you are have issues with the old mywalletname.wallet follow the instructions here;
Re-importing wallets;
Open the old zedwallet or Walletd
Export your SPEND and VIEW keys and save them, this is important!.
If you are in Windows, right click the title bar of the CMD window and select EDIT then SELECT All to be able to copy and paste your keys.
Unzip the new release files into a NEW FOLDER outside of the old version folder
Close the old version folder and any FREDdaemon or zedwallet by typing exit into each window

Run the new FREDdaemon and wait until fully synced!!!
Run the new zedwallet
Press 4 for key restore in zedwallet
Enter your SPEND_key and your VIEW_key from the export performed earlier
You can use any filename for the new wallet name, it does not have to be the same as the previous name
You can use any password for wallet password, it does not have to be the same as the last one used

Note 2.
If your new FREDdaemon will not sync
Delete the FREDEnergy folder, in Windows this will be somewhere like the following C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\FREDEnergy
Start the new release FREDdaemon
The blockchain will now begin downloading and should sync without problems, if the FREDdaemon does not begin downloading, check your firewall.

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Oct 30, 2018 · 489 commits to master since this release

New release due to lwma2 change at block 30000.
This update also brings us inline with our fork base TurtleCoin.
Please update your daemons, wallets etc as you may get disconnected from the network.

To use the miner start FREDdaemon first.
Then start the miner using your own generated wallet address (zedwallet):
./miner --address fEnrgyRgXFMcDdrNr41uPyXxRPb4yEAKD7RBAeJviM7Nh9p3NkiZc4JKANT8ukaLtv9Gpznjjf6gUHr3RTePD4KVfDfc867z9gr3g

Official pool can be found at http://fredcoinpool.com/

Notes:
RPC API Changes as per TurtleCoin from which we are forked.
FRED-walletd port 8754
Developers seeking to integrate FRED-walletd into their applications should note this crucial change from other CryptoNote coins.

Mandatory authentication has been added to the JSON RPC API interfaces of FRED-walletd. To enable backward compatibility with old services, the --rpc-legacy-security flag has been introduced to allow password-less access to the RPC.

It should be noted that all new applications going forward should make use of the --rpc-password flag to enable authentication of JSON RPC queries.

To pass the password to the RPC interface, add an additional field password to the JSON object:

{
"jsonrpc": "2.0",
"method": "transfer",
"params": {},
"password": ""
}

You may need to do the following should you have any issues;

(Windows, Mac, Linux)
If your FREDdaemon is not syncing and is stuck;
Download the latest release, delete your old FREDEnergy database folder (NOT your wallet folder) and run the new FREDdaemon, the blockchain should now sync without problems.
You should also be using the latest versions of zedwallet, miner and FRED-walletd to avoid further issues.

You can also do the following with regards to re-importing wallets;
open the old zedwallet
open your wallet
export your SPEND and VIEW keys, this is important!.
export_keys If you are in windows, right click the title bar of the CMD window and select EDIT then MARK so be able to copy and paste your keys.
Unzip the new files into a NEW FOLDER outside of the old version folder
Close the old version folder FREDdaemon and zedwallet by typing exit into each window
Run the new FREDdaemon and wait until fully synced
Run the new zedwallet
Press 4 for key restore in zedwallet
Enter your spend_key and your view_key from the export performed earlier.
Use any filename for the wallet name, it does not have to be the same as the previous name
Use any password for wallet password, it does not have to be the same as the last one used

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Oct 18, 2018 · 640 commits to master since this release

Mandatory Update!
Update to bring our fork inline with TurtleCoin updates to V0.8.3 which include several major changes. You may have problems syncing the blockchain if you are using an older version.

Please update your daemons, wallets etc as you may get disconnected from the network.

To use the miner start FREDdaemon first.
Then start the miner using your own generated wallet address (zedwallet):
./miner --address fEnrgyRgXFMcDdrNr41uPyXxRPb4yEAKD7RBAeJviM7Nh9p3NkiZc4JKANT8ukaLtv9Gpznjjf6gUHr3RTePD4KVfDfc867z9gr3g

Official pool can be found at http://fredcoinpool.com/

Notes:
RPC API Changes as per TurtleCoin from which we are forked.
FRED-walletd port 8754
Developers seeking to integrate FRED-walletd into their applications should note this crucial change from other CryptoNote coins.

Mandatory authentication has been added to the JSON RPC API interfaces of FRED-walletd. To enable backward compatibility with old services, the --rpc-legacy-security flag has been introduced to allow password-less access to the RPC.

It should be noted that all new applications going forward should make use of the --rpc-password flag to enable authentication of JSON RPC queries.

To pass the password to the RPC interface, add an additional field password to the JSON object:

{
"jsonrpc": "2.0",
"method": "transfer",
"params": {},
"password": ""
}

You may need to do the following should you have any issues;

(Windows, Mac, Linux)
If your FREDdaemon is not syncing and is stuck;
Download the latest release, delete your old FREDEnergy database folder (NOT your wallet folder) and run the new FREDdaemon, the blockchain should now sync without problems.
You should also be using the latest versions of zedwallet, miner and FRED-walletd to avoid further issues.

You can also do the following with regards to re-importing wallets;
open the old zedwallet
open your wallet
export your SPEND and VIEW keys, this is important!.
export_keys If you are in windows, right click the title bar of the CMD window and select EDIT then MARK so be able to copy and paste your keys.
Unzip the new files into a NEW FOLDER outside of the old version folder
Close the old version folder FREDdaemon and zedwallet by typing exit into each window
Run the new FREDdaemon and wait until fully synced
Run the new zedwallet
Press 4 for key restore in zedwallet
Enter your spend_key and your view_key from the export performed earlier.
Use any filename for the wallet name, it does not have to be the same as the previous name
Use any password for wallet password, it does not have to be the same as the last one used

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Sep 22, 2018

Build v0.1.2-beta, minor changes
Contains:
FREDdaemon
FRED-walletd
miner
zedwallet

To use the miner start FREDdaemon first.
Then start the miner using your own generated wallet address (zedwallet):
./miner --address fEnrgyRgXFMcDdrNr41uPyXxRPb4yEAKD7RBAeJviM7Nh9p3NkiZc4JKANT8ukaLtv9Gpznjjf6gUHr3RTePD4KVfDfc867z9gr3g

Official pool can be found at http://fredcoinpool.com/

Notes:
RPC API Changes as per Turtlecoin from which we are forked.
FRED-walletd port 8754
Developers seeking to integrate FRED-walletd into their applications should note this crucial change from other CryptoNote coins.

Mandatory authentication has been added to the JSON RPC API interfaces of FRED-walletd. To enable backward compatibility with old services, the --rpc-legacy-security flag has been introduced to allow password-less access to the RPC.

It should be noted that all new applications going forward should make use of the --rpc-password flag to enable authentication of JSON RPC queries.

To pass the password to the RPC interface, add an additional field password to the JSON object:

{
"jsonrpc": "2.0",
"method": "transfer",
"params": {},
"password": ""
}

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@fredenrg fredenrg released this Sep 17, 2018 · 790 commits to master since this release

First build v0.1.1-alpha
Contains:
FREDdaemon
FRED-walletd
miner
zedwallet

To use the miner start FREDdaemon first.
Then start the miner using your own generated wallet address (zedwallet):
./miner --address fEnrgyRgXFMcDdrNr41uPyXxRPb4yEAKD7RBAeJviM7Nh9p3NkiZc4JKANT8ukaLtv9Gpznjjf6gUHr3RTePD4KVfDfc867z9gr3g

Official pool can be found at http://fredcoinpool.com/

Assets 3
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