Delegate - Goose - 90% Share
Delegate goose payments have resumed. Thanks to all my voters!
Hey Goose, I’ve voted for you. Do you still reimburse voting fees? Keep up the good work!
Thanks for the vote and yes I still reimburse it. Will send it over later today.
I just voted for you as delegate, keep up the good work!
As a quick update to all my voters the core 2 upgrade is almost here. To ensure a smooth transition and to make sure there are no issues I will be pausing my delegate share script after the final core 1 run which should be on 11/26 or early 11/27. I have upgraded my tbw script to work with core 2 and shortly after mainnet is stabilized on the new core I will recommence delegate shares of accumulated rewards.
@goose Hey Goose, I’ve voted for you. Do you still reimburse voting fees? Keep up the good work!
I do! Will reimburse soon! Thanks for voting
Node has been successfully updated and forging on core 2. My true block weight script has been updated and if all goes well after the first share run in approx 21 hours I will be switching back to every 211 blocks (~ every 24 hours) shares.
After the first Core2 share distribution I have officially moved back to distributing block rewards daily (every 211 blocks). Also effective immediately I’m going to be discountinuing vote reimbursements. This is because I have configured my delegate to accept dynamic fees and as it stands, for a second singature account that votes, my delegate will process the vote transaction with a fee as low as 0.01229 ark.
I Voted for you. Could you kindly reimburse the voting fees?
just wanted to do quick post on what I’ve been up to. Core 2 has been stable and shares have moved to daily. I’m exploring moving them up even quicker but haven’t decided yet. On the community tools front I’ve again open sourced my core v2 true block weight script which is available here: :https://github.com/galperins4/core2_tbw
I’ve also thrown together a core 2 snapshot management I affectionately call Snappy. It allows delegates to manage snapshots leveraging the new snapshot CLI that is included with core 2. I’ve also built in capabilities to back-up and restore from Amazon S3 and Backblaze B2. This should hopefully make it even easier for delegates to locally (or in the cloud) manage snapshots and further decentralize and lesson the reliance on any centralized ark team snapshots. The tool is open source and available here:
2018 has been a great year and I’m thankful for my voters sticking it out through the crypto downturn. 2019 is filled with promises and I for one look forward to all the new cool stuff the Ark team will deliver that we will get to see and play with.