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  1. I'm not clear as to what a DAC is. I understand your formula, but don't know what the acronym stands for and why would it be relevant. Can you help me to understand?
  2. Thank you all for contributing to this thread. There are some great recommendations that I can follow up on too! I really enjoy the great tutorials at Medium.com. They are easy to follow, saving me a lot of time and effort.
  3. No, it's 25%. That column can be edited to whatever the tax rate is for the individual. When you put in your data, it auto-populates and you'll see how it's broken up. Perhaps I should've labeled and put better thought into the bottom table, which is more for fun than functionality.
  4. I created a Google Sheet that has an add-on called Cryptofinance installed that pulls data into the sheet. It's so that you can put in your total XRP holding, how much you've invested and it'll tell you what your profit/loss is. Here is a link to the sheet called XRP Value. Feel free to copy it to your account for your personal use. You can tailor the cryptofinance add-on so that it's accurate with your country fiat and most exchanges are supported and it has a manual update built in. The instructions are linked in the sheet. Attached is a screenshot of what it looks like. Cheers!
  5. This is a brilliant project and I'm hopeful that we'd get something similar on our side of the pond. When it comes to adoption, I completely agree that it must be absolutely easy for most layperson.
  6. When I first got in, the directions that I followed was buying BTC from Coinbase, transferring to Binance, trading to XRP and then storing away. The only changes that I've made since then is buying Ethereum from Coinbase, transferring it to GDAX, then Binance and then offloading. Is there a better method for purchasing XRP in the states?
  7. When I open my dashboard, I'm not seeing anything except for a red message stating: socket status: error: 1006 Any idea what's going on?
  8. When running the ./cmoncli command, I get the following scrolling error: File "cmonitorcli/services/db_service.py", line 81, in write_pods_status TypeError: int() argument must be a string, a bytes-like object or a number, not 'NoneType' ERROR|03/Sep/2018 17:26:53|utils|get_fee|31|'NoneType' object has no attribute 'group' INFO|03/Sep/2018 17:26:53|system_service|report_codius|91|Codius system info: {'version': '1.2.5', 'pods': [], 'memory': {'total': 15877, 'used': 487}, 'fee': None} A BaseException occurred on writing pods history to sqllite: int() argument must be a string, a bytes-like object or a number, not 'NoneType' Traceback (most recent call last): Any ideas?
  9. I've finally got a home, physical server up and running earlier this afternoon. Since then, I've been looking at codiushosts.com to see if it's listed there. So far, it's not. Is there something that I'm supposed to do, or does my server eventually get discovered and will be listed?
  10. I got it figured out. What Google recommends wasn't working, but I created two Dynamic DNS synthetic A records. One is set up to 'codius.xrp.com' and the second is set to '*.codius.xrp.com'. It's now resolving correctly.
  11. I'm installing on a home system and don't have a static IP address. To work around that, on my CentOS system I've installed ddclient. In my Google Domains, I've created two records. They are as follows: A synthetic Dynamic DNS record with an '@' in the data field. A custom resource CNAME record, with '*' for the name and the domain name in the data field so this is supposed to be acting as a wildcard record. The synthetic record receives the IP address updates from the ddclient service that's running on my codius server. Ideally I'll be able to resolve my domain, ex. xrp.com, as well as codius.xrp.com, or contract.codius.xrp.com. Unfortunately, my configuration doesn't seem to resolve. I can resolve the domain, xrp.com, but not any subdomains that are prefixed onto that. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  12. Title says it all. Other than the first two cloud servers that were not a problem to set up, I've been having a hell of a time on my third installation on a spare home PC. I'm so close to having it done that I was hung up on getting my cert to work and the domain wildcard record. In my troubleshooting, a shotgun approach based on what was in the nginx logs brought me back to reinstalling moneyd. I tried the yum remove moneyd command and it looks like it does something. Upon reinstall, some errors appear because some dependency applications is already installed. I can install moneyd okay, but when trying to systemctl start moneyd-xrp, I get a bunch of errors. I'm on the run right now, so I'm lacking more details. I'm just hoping that someone would sees this and offers some great suggestions. Here is the output from when I try to run moneyd xrp:configure moneyd xrp:configure fatal: Error: config already exists for uplinkName=xrp file=/root/.moneyd.json at Function.buildConfig (/usr/lib/moneyd-xrp/moneyd/src/index.js:38:13) at Object.handler (/usr/lib/moneyd-xrp/moneyd/bin/moneyd.js:65:14) at Object.runCommand (/usr/lib/moneyd-xrp/moneyd/node_modules/yargs/lib/command.js:235:44) at Object.parseArgs [as _parseArgs] (/usr/lib/moneyd-xrp/moneyd/node_modules/yargs/yargs.js:1013:30) at Object.get [as argv] (/usr/lib/moneyd-xrp/moneyd/node_modules/yargs/yargs.js:957:21) at Object.<anonymous> (/usr/lib/moneyd-xrp/moneyd/bin/moneyd.js:105:3) at Module._compile (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:689:30) at Object.Module._extensions..js (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:700:10) at Module.load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:599:32) at tryModuleLoad (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:538:12)
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