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 21 
 on: January 07, 2019, 01:07:20 am 
Started by Jelurida - Last post by CashFaucets
Last night, I tried to install 2.2.1 on my computer. Now, I'm unable to start my wallet and keep receiving the following message: "Can't run the JVM". I was fully synchronized with the network before attempting the update (my wallet dated from two months ago). I run the full wallet, not the light one on Windows 10, 64 bits. I'm unable to uninstall the wallet since the uninstaller keep telling me that I cannot run the JVM...

Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks.

P.S Under Windows - Uninstall Programs, I can see 2 wallet versions now...

I can't reproduce this "Can't run the JVM" message. Are you invoking ardor.exe or run.bat?
Are you installing the Windows installation or the zip file?

Can you invoke the runtime from the command line and post the exact error message text either as image or text?
Also please type at the command line:
Code: [Select]
java -versionand
Code: [Select]
where javaAnd post here the results.

Post here the results?

Two other guys had the same problem on BitcoinTalk and have been able to solve the problem with the information posted here.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1518497.4120

 22 
 on: January 05, 2019, 07:51:47 pm 
Started by bitcoinstash - Last post by bitcoinstash
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 23 
 on: January 03, 2019, 08:53:02 am 
Started by asdf - Last post by asdf
DAPP of crowfundings
The idea is to create a decentralized Kickstarter with no fees (the fees of these platforms are 5%).
The operation of a crowfunding needs tools that are already available in Ardor, so that only a GUI is necessary to integrate them and give them the conventional form of a web of crowfundings.
Each project must create a unique Ardor account for crowfunding, and describe in "Set Account Info" the purpose of crowfunding, web, etc.
The rewards would be created as offers in the Marketplace.
To visualize the objectives, the amount collected, etc., API calls would be made to the balance of the account.
To improve the reliability of the system, the account properties could be used to visualize (optionally) only the crowfundings endorsed by a third party.

NOTE: This same GUI could serve as an interface for ICOs. In that case, instead of rewards in the Marketplace, the characteristics of the MS would be used. A "reservable" currency would be created, with minimum, maximum collection, etc.

 24 
 on: January 02, 2019, 11:00:27 pm 
Started by asdf - Last post by MrV777
I'm not sure if this exactly fits in this category, but is still a great idea. 

A second layer for the coin exchange
Problem this solves: Currently there are fees to create and remove open orders.  Also, orders have to wait for a block to be accepted, which takes an average of 60 seconds.

Current thoughts:
Some sort of program to run alongside Ardor nodes and will need it's own client or integration with current clients.
This program will store limit orders in memory or a flat file DB.  That way it is free to open and close the orders.  Only matching orders are submitted to the blockchain using the Ardor node running on that same server.

Possible issues:
Race conditions when multiple orders are submitted very close together and making sure all nodes agree who was first, second, etc.
Must be able to correctly recover from a crash or restart.  It should know of other 2nd layer nodes so it can resync from them and verify against.

 25 
 on: January 02, 2019, 10:52:21 pm 
Started by asdf - Last post by MrV777
An idea for the Voting system:

User creates a new account in a custom app for the voting. There's a button to register the account for voting (this is the KYC step where any verification can be sent to the entity). Once verified the entity sends the necessary asset or sets the Account Property for shuffling and voting. The user doesn't see any of that technical stuff, just a check that says "verified". Then when they are verified there is a button to register, behind the scenes this has that account join the necessary shuffling.
Once registration is closed, shuffling happens and then voting is open (behind the scenes the new shuffling account is used from now on and unlocked using the original account's private key. It can be listed in the GUI as the voting number maybe).
When a user votes it is labeled as submitted but really just sent to the entity's node waiting to be broadcasted at a set block. Once the block is reached, transactions are broadcasted, voting is closed, and users can check their votes using their voting number. (If voting is limited to only accounts with a set Account Property, maybe remove this property from any accounts that haven't voted to be safe)

  • App should be open source
  • Receipt of vote should be sent to voter for proof
  • Votes wait in a dB on the entity's node(s)
  • Maybe use account properties after shuffling. Only accounts that came out of the shuffling can vote and they are tagged with an account property
  • Use the app to access the cloaked account so the user doesn't have to worry about a 2nd passphrase
    • First account uses bip39 to generate passphrase
    • Second account uses hash of 1st account passphrase


 26 
 on: December 31, 2018, 02:17:22 pm 
Started by bitcoinstash - Last post by bitcoinstash


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 27 
 on: December 30, 2018, 06:18:31 pm 
Started by Jelurida - Last post by CashFaucets
Last night, I tried to install 2.2.1 on my computer. Now, I'm unable to start my wallet and keep receiving the following message: "Can't run the JVM". I was fully synchronized with the network before attempting the update (my wallet dated from two months ago). I run the full wallet, not the light one on Windows 10, 64 bits. I'm unable to uninstall the wallet since the uninstaller keep telling me that I cannot run the JVM...

Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks.

P.S Under Windows - Uninstall Programs, I can see 2 wallet versions now...

I can't reproduce this "Can't run the JVM" message. Are you invoking ardor.exe or run.bat?
Are you installing the Windows installation or the zip file?

Can you invoke the runtime from the command line and post the exact error message text either as image or text?
Also please type at the command line:
Code: [Select]
java -versionand
Code: [Select]
where javaAnd post here the results.

Post here the results?

Hello, I have been able to fix my problem on my laptop this morning after a good night of sleep. I renamed the Program Files\Ardor directory for Program Files\Ardor Old and re-installed everything from the Windows Installer. It works now. I now have 3 entries under the Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features but it does not seem to be a problem.

I think I have an idea where it went wrong.
3 days ago, I updated my Ardor wallet on my desktop computer. During this installation, I have been notified that a previous version was installed on my computer and this version will be removed before installing 2.2.1. I have 2 entries under  Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features but the upgrade worked. On my laptop, I did not receive a warning even though a previous version was installed and went ahead with the installation anyway. I'm also sure the server was not running before installing the software. I was unable to start my wallet after the upgrade. Basically, I would say that the Windows Installer did not detect my previous wallet on my laptop and the overwrite with 2.2.1 did not work as expected.

The launch was from the Windows shortcut pointing to Ardor.exe. Like I said before, it was directly from the Windows Installer. Unfortunately, I deleted the old directory and emptied the Recycle Bin once the problem has been solved (so, it's impossible to retrieve the java version from my old wallet).

Next time, I will make sure to uninstall the Ardor wallet before installing a new version over it.

Thanks for the prompt reply. I hope Ardor will have a bright future.






 28 
 on: December 30, 2018, 03:54:17 pm 
Started by Jelurida - Last post by Riker
Last night, I tried to install 2.2.1 on my computer. Now, I'm unable to start my wallet and keep receiving the following message: "Can't run the JVM". I was fully synchronized with the network before attempting the update (my wallet dated from two months ago). I run the full wallet, not the light one on Windows 10, 64 bits. I'm unable to uninstall the wallet since the uninstaller keep telling me that I cannot run the JVM...

Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks.

P.S Under Windows - Uninstall Programs, I can see 2 wallet versions now...

I can't reproduce this "Can't run the JVM" message. Are you invoking ardor.exe or run.bat?
Are you installing the Windows installation or the zip file?

Can you invoke the runtime from the command line and post the exact error message text either as image or text?
Also please type at the command line:
Code: [Select]
java -versionand
Code: [Select]
where javaAnd post here the results.

Post here the results?

 29 
 on: December 30, 2018, 02:40:07 pm 
Started by m4kstep - Last post by m4kstep


- Countdown: Time to MPG childchain and $Ignis #LightweightContracts will be activated (543000) ~ 11 days 04:58:21.
- Happy New Year!
- Ardor World Annual Digest 2018
link: https://www.ardor.world/en/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCNqJ48kGTs
https://twitter.com/m4kstep/status/1079344330949775361

 30 
 on: December 29, 2018, 03:15:40 pm 
Started by Jelurida - Last post by CashFaucets
Last night, I tried to install 2.2.1 on my computer. Now, I'm unable to start my wallet and keep receiving the following message: "Can't run the JVM". I was fully synchronized with the network before attempting the update (my wallet dated from two months ago). I run the full wallet, not the light one on Windows 10, 64 bits. I'm unable to uninstall the wallet since the uninstaller keep telling me that I cannot run the JVM...

Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks.

P.S Under Windows - Uninstall Programs, I can see 2 wallet versions now...

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