@FlippyCakes I highly doubt my new setup would crash again, 8 Cores, 32gb of ram, its the only wallet on their lol, I dont expect my new rig to be crashed by the rain anytime soon, it can only fork with the others lol
@luxe Okay, seems this was definitely a peer (or maybe bandwidth/firewall?) issue. I just now experienced the same thing - API responded with an empty array. During that period my wallet was also behind about 8 blocks. Then all of a sudden I jumped from 3 active peers to 7 and everything caught up and the API began responding with unconfirmed transactions as expcted. I'll just assume that once in a proper data center with established peers things will be smoother.
I'm pretty sure Burstcoin wanted it to be future proof and universal. In most contries in Europa they use either a point "." or a blank space " ". In that case, number would look like:
1 000 000
In USA or other countries, they use the comma instead ",". That means it will look like:
In USA 1.000.000 means 1
In (many) european countries, 1,000,000 means 1
by using " ' " instead, Burstcoin eliminated confusion, He completely eliminated any commonly used symbols in math and instead used a grammatical symbol.
Why he didn't use a white space instead, I don't know. He might have wanted to have a symbol, to make it easier to read.
or Burstcoin simply comes from Switzerland or Italy.