maybe i will just do a clean wipe and restart

yea your loki-launcher binary/symlink doesn't seem right

SERVICE NODES SUMMARY:Current Block: 497,126Num of Running Nodes: 983Versions: 7.1.2 (100.00%), Service Node Stake Requirement: 18,009.787 LOKIBlock Reward for Service Node: 16.5 LOKIAvg daily Reward: 12.085 LOKIHours between rewards: 32h 45mTotally Contributed: 19,235,295 LOKI% of Circ. Supply: 51.657%Open for contribution: 4 pools (http://www.lokisn.com/status/awaiting_contribution)Decomissioned nodes: 96 (http://www.lokisn.com/status/decomissioned)

SERVICE NODES SUMMARY:Current Block: 497,173Num of Running Nodes: 981Versions: 7.1.2 (100.00%), Service Node Stake Requirement: 18,009.03 LOKIBlock Reward for Service Node: 16.5 LOKIAvg daily Reward: 12.11 LOKIHours between rewards: 32h 42mTotally Contributed: 19,198,183 LOKI% of Circ. Supply: 0.004%Open for contribution: 4 pools (http://www.lokisn.com/status/awaiting_contribution)Decomissioned nodes: 97 (http://www.lokisn.com/status/decomissioned)

The scourge have been purged, 100% network purity bwahhaHha

There is a trick to get banned too.

Isnt that good old prostitution?

wow, 100% 7.1.2 :D

SERVICE NODES SUMMARY:Current Block: 497,258Num of Running Nodes: 981Versions: 7.1.2 (100.00%), Service Node Stake Requirement: 18,007.663 LOKIBlock Reward for Service Node: 16.5 LOKIAvg daily Reward: 12.11 LOKIHours between rewards: 32h 42mTotally Contributed: 19,197,558 LOKI% of Circ. Supply: 0.004%Open for contribution: 4 pools (http://www.lokisn.com/status/awaiting_contribution)Decomissioned nodes: 96 (http://www.lokisn.com/status/decomissioned)

% of Circ. Supply: 0.004%

LokiNugget
% of Circ. Supply: 0.004%

Oops something went wrong with circ.supply calculation, will try to fix now

Imagine if 19m loki was 0.004$ of circ..

SERVICE NODES SUMMARY:Current Block: 497,263Num of Running Nodes: 981Versions: 7.1.2 (100.00%), Service Node Stake Requirement: 18,007.582 LOKIBlock Reward for Service Node: 16.5 LOKIAvg daily Reward: 12.11 LOKIHours between rewards: 32h 42mTotally Contributed: 19,197,558 LOKI% of Circ. Supply: 41.125%Open for contribution: 4 pools (http://www.lokisn.com/status/awaiting_contribution)Decomissioned nodes: 96 (http://www.lokisn.com/status/decomissioned)

This is strange how https://lokiblocks.com/api/emission returns data now - it changed with the upgrade

I read it as Blink

but it's outdated

current block number is greater

Maxim
This is strange how https://lokiblocks.com/api/emission returns data now - it changed with the upgrade

The block explorer has an option to calculate that, but it isn't on by default. Maybe Doyle enabled it?

Jason
The block explorer has an option to calculate that, but it isn't on by default. Maybe Doyle enabled it?

it was there all the time, I used this api for ages, but the value for circulating_supply was in Loki before, now it's multiplied by 10000, which is not Loki nor Atomic Units

SERVICE NODES SUMMARY:Current Block: 497,292Num of Running Nodes: 981Versions: 7.1.2 (100.00%), Service Node Stake Requirement: 18,007.116 LOKIBlock Reward for Service Node: 16.5 LOKIAvg daily Reward: 12.11 LOKIHours between rewards: 32h 42mTotally Contributed: 19,197,558 LOKI% of Circ. Supply: 41.125%Open for contribution: 5 pools (http://www.lokisn.com/status/awaiting_contribution)Decomissioned nodes: 95 (http://www.lokisn.com/status/decomissioned)

I dunno why lokiblocks stalled, but https://blocks.lokinet.dev/ is upgraded now, and also available here if you are cool: http://kcpyawm9se7trdbzncimdi5t7st4p5mh9i1mg7gkpuubi4k4ku1y.loki/

when staking and paying the fee to make the transaction. is it a blink transaction? fee is .0404

No, those are regular non-blink txes. They *have* to be since they only take effect once they get mined into a block.

Blink txes are 2.5x regular low-priority tx fees now, so starting at about .10 LOKI

60% of that gets burned.

$.02 to send money instantly is a pretty sweet deal.

are all LNS purchased names stored on the SN ?

.02 is too expensive

should be .0001

Patch
should be .0001

It is deliberately not that low for fending off a privacy attack. If we made it too low then someone could cheaply spam the network with transactions to themself and then, in the future, would be able to significantly unmask a lot of transactions.

Patch
are all LNS purchased names stored on the SN ?

Sort of: they are stored blinded and encrypted. So the value "jason" points to gets encrypted with "jason" as the password, and then that gets stored with a hash of "jason" rather than the name directly.This sounds a little weird, but it means that only someone who already knows that they are looking up "jason" can access it, but someone who only has the encrypted value (i.e. the blockchain) has no idea what the name is *or* what the name points to.