Peercoin Explorer


#21

Nevertheless, I’ve enabled a first API version. :wink:


#22

I want to announce my new online wallet service.
peercoin.mintr.org/wallet/

This service comes with a Proof-of-Stake pool with bi-monthly payouts (01 and 15).
The earned stake will be calculated daily.
You will also earn coins when other users use this service. A part of all fees will be sent into the stake-pool.

To secure your account, please activate EMCSSL in the settings menu.

Please use with caution since it’s not tested on the long run (early beta).


PPC POS Pool
#23

To use the minting chance feature, click on the leaf icon in the address detail page:

The minting chance is based on the current PoS difficulty and shows your chance to mint within 24 hours.
If you think the code might be wrong, please let me know. I’ve used parts of the JS code of this page: http://poscalculator.peercointalk.org/ to write my PHP sktipt. In PHP I’m calculating with 16 decimal places which might explane some slight differences to the original JS skript.


#24

Did I miss something here or is this the announcement of the first PPC/PoS pool ever?

This seems huge!


#25

[quote=“willy, post:24, topic:3393”]Did I miss something here or is this the announcement of the first PPC/PoS pool ever?

This seems huge![/quote]

I agree.


#26

[quote=“mhps, post:25, topic:3393”][quote=“willy, post:24, topic:3393”]Did I miss something here or is this the announcement of the first PPC/PoS pool ever?

This seems huge![/quote]

I agree.[/quote]

I’m not aware of any PoS pool too. :wink:
But this is a (single source) hobby project and I’m still waiting for the first PoS-block to check if all functions are working. But in the meantime you can also earn coins while others use this service, since 50% of all fees are collected within the stake pool.
So, it’s still experimental. But I’m working on it to provide a stable service. I hope this will be useful.


#27

Can you, maybe, provide us with a testnet version of this?

Would be a lot easier / less risky to test :slight_smile:


#28

[quote=“willy, post:27, topic:3393”]Can you, maybe, provide us with a testnet version of this?

Would be a lot easier / less risky to test :)[/quote]

Yep, thats a good idea.
I’ll develop a testnet version, but the testnet blockchain won’t sync and my default addnode-list doesn’t help me here.
Any suggestions?
TIA.


I’m using 212.83.172.152 as initial testnet node now.


A Testnet version has been released. At the moment it’s syncing. As soon as I have some testnet coins I’ll provide you some.
https://testnet-peercoin.mintr.org/


#29

Try adding 212.114.48.31

post an address and I’ll send you some :slight_smile:


#30

Ok, thank you.
My testnet address: n236g2gLbtbd3UfGGhSc2wKokpyR4RdhZ3 mnqqgUyQfFghD9rnporsqWW4mSidmrwN6P


#31

there you are.

http://coinerella.com/testnetexplorer/index.php?input=78715d798f9d39cc13c04a0da8130db3212eea3283301df6a628261be6592678&submit=Search

Can you tell us when the syncing is complete and testing can start?


#32

I received the transaction. Thank you.
The syncing is complete. But it will take some time until all blocks are visible in the blockchain explorer.
Nevertheless the wallet functionallity should work now.


The testnet blockchain is now completly downloaded and browsable via the blockchain explorer too.


It was necessary to create a new wallet. Therefore I have now a new testnet address: mnqqgUyQfFghD9rnporsqWW4mSidmrwN6P


#33

Do you need additional funds on that new address?

I’m trying to register with the wallet right now, but every username I chose triggers “This username is already taken”


#34

Hi, yes I know where this error comes from. I just forgot a line of code when switching to the testnet.
I’ll fix this in a few hours. I don’t have access to a computer at the moment.

And thanks, but I don’t need any additional funds. I’ve already mined some extra coins. :wink:


The registration is working again. Sorry for that.


#35

[quote=“Valermos, post:1, topic:3393”]I would like to introduce my Peercoin blockchain explorer:
peercoin.mintr.org NEW URL![/quote]

When a POS block is found, the explorer call the minting reward “Fee”, which is a confusing.


#36

Yes that might look a bit confusing.
But I think that, mathematically, it’s correct.
Let’s take this block as an example:
https://peercoin.mintr.org/block/7405e1a5ff93f6031e9b2d1486ebc47fa3904dcf8d285a5a7602a9bb2215b8d5
This block has two transactions. The coinbase and the PoS transaction.
The PoS transaction has an input of 39.97 PPC and an output of 40.66 PPC. fee=input-output. Therefore this transaction has a negative fee of -0.69 PPC, which is the mint reward. So, yes in this case I’m showing the mint reward as a fee, and I guess it’s the correct way. But if you think it’s still confusing, what can I make better? Should the PoS TX fee be 0.00 PPC?

Additionally, within the Block Details there is a row “Mint” showing 0.69 PPC. This row will always show the mint reward of a given block, no matter how many transactions have been made. Also within the “Chain” menu https://peercoin.mintr.org/chain/192665-192651 it shows 0.69 PPC as Reward for block 192661.

I hope I was able to clarify this. Otherwise please let me now. I’m always interested in making this service more understandable.


I’ve now thought about the row “Fee”, which is displaying all fees within a block. Did you mean this one?
Yes, maybe it will be better if this row is only showing the total fees of a transaction, without the PoS tranaction. What’s your opinion?


#37

[quote=“Valermos, post:36, topic:3393”]Yes that might look a bit confusing.
But I think that, mathematically, it’s correct.
Let’s take this block as an example:
https://peercoin.mintr.org/block/7405e1a5ff93f6031e9b2d1486ebc47fa3904dcf8d285a5a7602a9bb2215b8d5
This block has two transactions. The coinbase and the PoS transaction.
The PoS transaction has an input of 39.97 PPC and an output of 40.66 PPC. fee=input-output. …

Additionally, within the Block Details there is a row “Mint” showing 0.69 PPC.[/quote]

If you display the transaction there is no Mint row: https://peercoin.mintr.org/tx/76c395dd59529fce217e5c527d3f8a300ef0dfd35eef9f78c119d4c7a0a15953

The tx page is what users get as the explorer is often used: starting with searching the address then go to the recent tx.


#38

[quote=“mhps, post:37, topic:3393”]If you display the transaction there is no Mint row: https://peercoin.mintr.org/tx/76c395dd59529fce217e5c527d3f8a300ef0dfd35eef9f78c119d4c7a0a15953

The tx page is what users get as the explorer is often used: starting with searching the address then go to the recent tx.[/quote]

Yes, you are right. I haven’t thought about the transaction detail page at all…
So, I’ve made some changes now:
The Block Detail page will sum up the fees of all transactions with a fee >= 0 only.
The Transaction Detail page will show “Fee” if the fee is >= 0 or “Mint” if the fee is < 0.

I hope this will make it more clear. Thank you for your suggestions!


#39

Excellent.


#40

[quote=“Valermos, post:23, topic:3393”]To use the minting chance feature, click on the leaf icon in the address detail page:

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I just transferred some testnet funds but I don’t see “address balance” anywhere?