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Title: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin, true deletable blockchain [WHITEPAPER V2]
Post by: PascalCoin on August 12, 2016, 06:23:08 PM
http://i.imgur.com/5aD8xL7.png


http://i.imgur.com/HgO5V09.png


The first Alt-coin designed to work without a historical operations requirement,
yet is still able to control double spending or check balance.

Through an ingenious take on Blockchain technology,
PascalCoin is the first coin to be independent of historical operations
while solving the problem of Double Spend


Technically, Pascal Coin uses a SafeBox hash, modified
each time a new block is generated in the blockchain.
When this happens, SafeBox is updated with block operations,
and then generates a new "SafeBox hash".
After this, the entire blockchain could be deleted without losing
double spending efficiency, because the balance of each account is
included in the SafeBox hash.
SafeBox size is growing, but only 5 new accounts are
created per block to control the size.


No ICO, No premine, 100% fair distribution

Pascal Coin is cryptocurrency for humans, not only for geeks

Pascal Coin is an "easy to understand" and "easy to work with" Crypto,
because it is very similar to a bank. Using "easy to remember" accounts
instead of cryptographic address's, and everybody will need have a
personal account to receive/send coins:

Example of address in Bitcoin: 1LpwTz4WWT35q1jr47rU5XhkuCvBrd561k

Example of account in PascalCoin:  12345-54 <-- Easy to remember!

Please read the Pascal Coin concept at White Paper:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoin%20White%20Paper%20-%20EN.pdf (https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoin%20White%20Paper%20-%20EN.pdf)

WhitePaper v2:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoinWhitePaperV2.pdf

It's name is "Pascal Coin" due it's written from the scratch in Pascal language.
Full source code is available under the MIT license.

Online explorer:
http://explorer.pascalcoin.org

Exchanges:

Poloniex: https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_pasc

Cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=PASC_BTC
How to deposit on Cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/1016

Alcurex: https://alcurex.com/#PASC-BTC

BTC9: https://btc9.com/ptrade/24

Bitsquare: https://market.bitsquare.io/?market=pasc_btc

Pascal Accounts market:
(PASA = Pascal Account)

PASA marketplace: https://www.pascwallet.com/
Quick PASA purchase: http://getpasa.com/










Feel free to make a donation if you consider dev time is good for cryptocurrency!
Bitcoin donation address:  1LpwTz4WWT35q1jr47rU5XhkuCvBrd561k
Pascal Coin donation address: 0-10



Full Source code is available at GitHub

https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

And also, download a Windows installer, Linux binaries or a valid BlockChain of the Pascal Coin miner and Explorer at SourceForge

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Wiki: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/wiki
Block explorer: http://explorer.pascalcoin.org/

                                                      http://i.imgur.com/vl0sxSc.png





http://i.imgur.com/lsBsHbH.png



Linux binaries and Windows installer available at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/files/

Current Build 1.6.5 -
--------------------------






http://i.imgur.com/DL9pEop.png


https://twitter.com/PascalCoin
@PascalCoin

Chinese Community--QQ Group: 108972650




http://i.imgur.com/pWqYzVd.png








Support this project! Bitcoin donation address:  1LpwTz4WWT35q1jr47rU5XhkuCvBrd561k
Pascal Coin donation address: 0-10


http://i.imgur.com/jlTsDYI.png

Pools:

Coinotron: https://www.coinotron.com
Nanopool: https://pasc.nanopool.org/


Source code of GPU miners:

User Vorksholk: CURRENT https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1583719.msg16652012#msg16652012
User Vorksholk: OLD https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1583719.msg16520718#msg16520718


Exchange threads:
Topic: PASCAL COIN + ACCOUNT TRADING THREAD -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0
Topic: PascalCoin Buy/Sell -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905.0

Videos and Tutorials
Video tutorial using PascalCoin 1.0.5 for newbies: https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI

Online explorer:
http://explorer.pascalcoin.org

Communities
Chinese Community--QQ Group: 108972650



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jimlite on August 12, 2016, 06:25:03 PM
Wow, Pascal, someone as old as me, lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: samantadegrenet on August 12, 2016, 06:28:01 PM
Hi Pascal , anymore info ? thanks!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Perryl on August 12, 2016, 06:38:52 PM
Hi everybody.

I want to let you know a new crypto currency (yet, another one) that has some differences from previous.

Most important is that is designed to doesn't need historical operations to work and control double spend or check balance.

Please read the Pascal Coin concept at White Paper:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoin%20White%20Paper%20-%20EN.pdf


It's name is "Pascal Coin" due it's written in Pascal language.
Full source code is available under the MIT license.

Full Source code is available at GitHub:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

And also, download a Windows installer of the Pascal Coin miner and Explorer at SourceForge:
https[Suspicious link removed]/download

I agree your comments!


Your download link was removed.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: fortunecrypto on August 12, 2016, 06:44:28 PM
Looks interesting with a new concept but I notice one of your link was removed you have to modify your link to be more accepted here,will watch on this thread I like new concept so are the others this could be the next big thing..


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 12, 2016, 06:44:48 PM
Ooopps. Moderator removed download link... It's on SourceForge (and also at GitHub)

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

SourceForge at Projects / pascalcoin


Thanks!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 12, 2016, 06:47:38 PM
Is it possible to run this on linux?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Perryl on August 12, 2016, 07:06:40 PM
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/d44c6be8aa502b604924f588d7d14f07d8248a382d6d9623498ced314cf41112/analysis/1471028047/

Looks like a false positive. A lot of scans timed out, though. I'm going to wait a little bit before I run this.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: fikihafana on August 12, 2016, 07:07:57 PM
I like anti mainstream program. Will follow this coin laters


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 12, 2016, 07:08:56 PM
Wallet Looks interesting currently trying to figure out how to mine. About to read the white paper.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: forumaster on August 12, 2016, 07:10:50 PM
Have you set translations bounties? I will like to translate it in Italian language
Contact me if you are interested
Kind regards


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Perryl on August 12, 2016, 07:32:50 PM
I ran the wallet in a VM and it synced in a few minutes. Running it on my PC it doesn't sync at all.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cryptospreader on August 12, 2016, 07:46:16 PM
No one did get the idea to use pascal to develop a cryptocurreny. Your approach is wow. Reading the whitepaper now. Good luck.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on August 12, 2016, 07:51:01 PM
Server IP:bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:pascalcoin2.ddns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 ** ACTIVE **
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
 
https://s10.postimg.org/w42wgreux/pascal.jpg


??? i can't connect for some reason




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 12, 2016, 07:55:32 PM
Server IP:bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:pascalcoin2.ddns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 ** ACTIVE **
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
 
https://s10.postimg.org/w42wgreux/pascal.jpg


??? i can't connect for some reason



Perhaps Firewall???  Remember to open your 4004 port!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on August 12, 2016, 07:59:30 PM
Server IP:bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:pascalcoin2.ddns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 ** ACTIVE **
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
 
https://s10.postimg.org/w42wgreux/pascal.jpg


??? i can't connect for some reason



Perhaps Firewall???  Remember to open your 4004 port!

its not the firewall idk ..

update .. after closing it and opening several time it worked ... now when mining will be enabled


https://s10.postimg.org/ebw69qeux/pascal_2.jpg


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Yaremi on August 12, 2016, 08:12:16 PM
Interested. Watch this.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: sheba on August 12, 2016, 08:29:01 PM
So how many total coins?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 12, 2016, 08:33:06 PM
Server IP:bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 Last Connection: 8/12/2016 9:50:22 PM Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 0)
Server IP:pascalcoin2.ddns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 ** ACTIVE **
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 Attempting to connect: 8/12/2016 9:50:21 PM (Attempts: 1)
 
https://s10.postimg.org/w42wgreux/pascal.jpg


??? i can't connect for some reason



Perhaps Firewall???  Remember to open your 4004 port!

its not the firewall idk ..

update .. after closing it and opening several time it worked ... now when mining will be enabled


https://s10.postimg.org/ebw69qeux/pascal_2.jpg

click that 'allow mining' checkbox


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Perryl on August 12, 2016, 08:33:34 PM
I've been trying to get my wallet working for a while.

On a VM the wallet worked immediately. No extra configuration needed.

I've tried creating a .conf, reinstalled the wallet to a different drive, and close basically everything on my PC. Still, no luck.

http://prntscr.com/c4zqh1

It appears to be connecting but not downloading the blockchain.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 12, 2016, 10:32:52 PM
is there a way to check for immature blocks?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: chivaki on August 12, 2016, 11:20:25 PM
Something is wrong fully synced but wallet can't start mining
What can be a reason ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Coming-from-Behind on August 12, 2016, 11:43:17 PM
If it doesn't need historical operations then why does it need a blockchain? What makes it different to other coins? Does it have a blockchain pruning mechanism to keep the blockchain small, or some special features besides being written in a different language to other coins?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 13, 2016, 12:01:29 AM
If it doesn't need historical operations then why does it need a blockchain? What makes it different to other coins? Does it have a blockchain pruning mechanism to keep the blockchain small, or some special features besides being written in a different language to other coins?

It's explained in the White Paper. The BlockChain is used to create and mantain a "Safe Box". In any moment, you can delete the blockchain because you only need the Safe Box to work and operate (control double spend, check balance, confirm signatures...)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on August 13, 2016, 01:42:46 AM
Sounds similar to the mini-blockchain implementation pioneered by Cryptonite: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713538.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713538.0)

The "safe box" could be compared to the mini-blockchain radix-tree-based balance sheet, where the hash of the safe box is embedded into blocks, so that a user's copy of the safe box can be validated against the blockchain.

If it doesn't need historical operations then why does it need a blockchain? What makes it different to other coins? Does it have a blockchain pruning mechanism to keep the blockchain small, or some special features besides being written in a different language to other coins?

As far as why it needs a blockchain, I would assume the blockchain acts as a means of maintaining consensus on the contents of the "safe box" although it isn't referenced directly for transaction history/data/validity.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CjMapope on August 13, 2016, 02:36:38 AM
hmm im getting this in my log?   cant connect ;(
http://i.imgur.com/e4MNrki.png


edit;  figured it out it says my IP is blacklisted? ;(   


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on August 13, 2016, 02:50:49 AM
Also not able to connect:

Code:
12/08/2016 20:43:13.020 MAIN:00000BF8 [Info] <TLog> Log file start: C:\Users\Maxwell\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin\PascalCointWallet.log
12/08/2016 20:43:13.073 MAIN:00000BF8 [Update] <TPCBank> Clear Bank
12/08/2016 20:43:13.073 TID:00000898 [Update] <TPCBank> Clear Bank
12/08/2016 20:43:13.089 TID:00000898 [Info] <TPCBank> Start restoring from disk operations (Max 4294967295) Orphan:
12/08/2016 20:43:13.105 TID:00000898 [Info] <TPCBank> End restoring from disk operations (Max 4294967295) Orphan:
12/08/2016 20:43:13.105 MAIN:00000BF8 [Info] <TNetServer> Closing server
12/08/2016 20:43:13.105 TID:00000898 [Info] <TNetServer> Activating server on port 4004
12/08/2016 20:43:13.105 TID:00000898 [Info] <TNetData> Allready discovering servers...
12/08/2016 20:43:13.373 TID:00000894 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
12/08/2016 20:43:13.577 TID:00001058 [Error] <TNetClient> Pending requests without response... closing connection to pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 > Op:HELLO Id:2 - Op:HELLO Id:1 -
12/08/2016 20:43:13.577 TID:00001058 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004

Here are the servers it tries to connect to:
Code:
bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004
pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
pascalcoin2.ddns.net:4004
pascalcoin1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004

When attempting to connect to these with raw socket connections, they all fail except for pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004, which responds "Your IP is blacklisted:192.168.0.180:64873".



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kdsmith18542 on August 13, 2016, 02:52:35 AM
Code:
BlackList Updated: 8/12/2016 9:56:25 PM by TID:000011A8
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 LastConnection:8/12/2016 9:56:25 PM Reason: Invalid operation: Autosend Operation:ERROR ERROR:2 ERROR TEXT:Your IP is blacklisted:192.168.0.180:60588
Total Blacklisted IPs: 1 (Total 17)


this is on my windows dedicated server lol its been running since start

but im still mining and doing everything else

this is under blacklist of nodes sction


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 13, 2016, 03:30:06 AM
I pretty much gave up on this. Was synced and had multiple connections. Allow mining box was checked and it never started mining.   :-\ will try again tomorrow. Kdsmith what's the secret?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kdsmith18542 on August 13, 2016, 03:38:49 AM
manually opening the port on your router and opening or allowing port on windows firewall if on home network but mines in a datacenter so
i only had to do the windows firewall


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Woody20285 on August 13, 2016, 03:41:59 AM
No luck getting it to work for me either.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CjMapope on August 13, 2016, 03:47:49 AM
manually opening the port on your router and opening or allowing port on windows firewall if on home network but mines in a datacenter so
i only had to do the windows firewall

ya i totally tried that, even created rules specifically and rebooteed, no luck ;/ 

a shame too  , this wallet looks awesome, could be a great project


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 13, 2016, 04:17:08 AM
manually opening the port on your router and opening or allowing port on windows firewall if on home network but mines in a datacenter so
i only had to do the windows firewall

ya i totally tried that, even created rules specifically and rebooteed, no luck ;/  

a shame too  , this wallet looks awesome, could be a great project

Tried it all too. no luck here.

edit: NVM Played around in linksys router settings for a while finally got it to work. Edit: Wait Still not working. lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kdsmith18542 on August 13, 2016, 04:24:23 AM
the dev is working on adding a static node to the wallet instead of dynamic that should clear up all this


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 13, 2016, 05:31:10 AM
I can´t connect anymore.-


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 13, 2016, 05:37:15 AM
Has anybody mined more than 1 block on a node?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 13, 2016, 05:43:49 AM
Hello, are you connected right now ? 58 mins offline.-


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kdsmith18542 on August 13, 2016, 05:52:09 AM
im connected


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 13, 2016, 06:10:35 AM
im connected

I am " alone in the world " it was working fine.-


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kdsmith18542 on August 13, 2016, 06:12:53 AM
the main node is being blacklisted and the only thing else i noticed is the deviation went negative recently other than that mines been mining regularly since launch maybe thats why i dont need the main node?
i see others with me only a few tho


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 13, 2016, 06:19:30 AM
Im completely offline.-


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Amph on August 13, 2016, 06:43:45 AM
specs algo? you need to work better on your OP if you want to attract more people, looks very bland...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on August 13, 2016, 07:13:16 AM
sp specs algo? you need to work better on your OP if you want to attract more people, looks very bland...

From looking at the code, it appears to be SHA256D.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 13, 2016, 09:36:15 AM
sp specs algo? you need to work better on your OP if you want to attract more people, looks very bland...

From looking at the code, it appears to be SHA256D.

Some technical aclarations:

- PoW is calculated by a Double Sha 256 (like Bitcoin)
- New block Time average is 300 seconds
- Each new block creates 5 new accounts, the first one with reward + fee
- You can use Seckp256k1 , secp384r1, secp283k1 and secp521r1 for your private keys
- After a block is generated, must wait 100 new blocks before make an operation to new generated accounts
- There is no hard coded limit on operations inside a blockchain
- It's made with Pascal Language (v1 source code needs Delphi 2010), available at Github

Finally:
- Searching for Lazarus developers... ;-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on August 13, 2016, 09:48:52 AM
how to set addnode ? because it does not connect and does not run ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 13, 2016, 10:31:11 AM
the main node is being blacklisted and the only thing else i noticed is the deviation went negative recently other than that mines been mining regularly since launch maybe thats why i dont need the main node?
i see others with me only a few tho

Sorry. Main node is an old Windows XP ... I've reseted it! Wait for 1-2 hours and your node will automatically reconnect.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 13, 2016, 12:23:16 PM
So how many total coins?

- 100 Pascal Coins for each new block (avg 5 minutes), including 5 accounts (only first will have reward, others will be for miner with 0 pascal coins inside). Pascal Coin has a maximum of 4 decimals. (100.0000)
- Reward will decrease every 420480 blocsk (avg 4 years). 100 -> 50 -> 25 -> 12.5 ... -> 1  (Min reward is 1 Pascal coin)
- 5 Accounts generated every new block
- Lost coins can be recovered by miners if in 420480 blocks owner of account has no made operations (... for example, if loosing Private key)
- After a new block is generated, must wait 100 blocks prior to operate with those accounts
- Operations include a Payload, with a maximum of 256 bytes length. Payload can be public or encrypted only for dest account.
- No maximum of operations inside a new block

Stay informed at @PascalCoin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Amph on August 13, 2016, 12:24:24 PM
sp specs algo? you need to work better on your OP if you want to attract more people, looks very bland...

From looking at the code, it appears to be SHA256D.

too bad, this is wasted for a new coin like this, i thought it was something not so generic, any sha256 is doomed to fail and be a shadow of bitcoin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Rendi Pratama on August 13, 2016, 12:28:51 PM
good luck  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Coming-from-Behind on August 13, 2016, 01:33:04 PM
the main node is being blacklisted and the only thing else i noticed is the deviation went negative recently other than that mines been mining regularly since launch maybe thats why i dont need the main node?
i see others with me only a few tho

Sorry. Main node is an old Windows XP ... I've reseted it! Wait for 1-2 hours and your node will automatically reconnect.

That sounds awfully centralised.

I got my wallet syncing since you reset your main node, but I can't get it to mine. I opened port 4004 and turned on NAT but the wallet still says it's not mining.

edit

Now the blacklisted IPs problem has surfaced again. Does that mean your old Windows XP main node needs resetting again before anyone apart from a select few can sync or mine?

There were only about three hours when it was possible for me to sync since your last reset.

Quote
Reason: Invalid operation: Autosend Operation:ERROR ERROR:2 ERROR TEXT:Your IP is blacklisted


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 13, 2016, 01:41:22 PM
the main node is being blacklisted and the only thing else i noticed is the deviation went negative recently other than that mines been mining regularly since launch maybe thats why i dont need the main node?
i see others with me only a few tho

Sorry. Main node is an old Windows XP ... I've reseted it! Wait for 1-2 hours and your node will automatically reconnect.

That sounds awfully centralised.

I got my wallet syncing since you reset your main node, but I can't get it to mine. I opened port 4004 and turned on NAT but the wallet still says it's not mining.

edit

Now the blacklisted IPs problem has surfaced again. Does that mean your old Windows XP main node needs resetting again before anyone apart from a select few can sync or mine?

There were only about three hours when it was possible for me to sync since your last reset.

Quote
Reason: Invalid operation: Autosend Operation:ERROR ERROR:2 ERROR TEXT:Your IP is blacklisted


Nothing is blacklisted in my server since I've reseted it... perhaps another one server blacklisted you. Be patient, at sometime you will connect. Sorry

(Note: the IP that tells you're blacklisted is the IP of the server who blacklisted you).
Blacklisted IP's are not propagated, so others servers will accept your connections.




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Coming-from-Behind on August 13, 2016, 02:04:42 PM
the main node is being blacklisted and the only thing else i noticed is the deviation went negative recently other than that mines been mining regularly since launch maybe thats why i dont need the main node?
i see others with me only a few tho

Sorry. Main node is an old Windows XP ... I've reseted it! Wait for 1-2 hours and your node will automatically reconnect.

That sounds awfully centralised.

I got my wallet syncing since you reset your main node, but I can't get it to mine. I opened port 4004 and turned on NAT but the wallet still says it's not mining.

edit

Now the blacklisted IPs problem has surfaced again. Does that mean your old Windows XP main node needs resetting again before anyone apart from a select few can sync or mine?

There were only about three hours when it was possible for me to sync since your last reset.

Quote
Reason: Invalid operation: Autosend Operation:ERROR ERROR:2 ERROR TEXT:Your IP is blacklisted


Nothing is blacklisted in my server since I've reseted it... perhaps another one server blacklisted you. Be patient, at sometime you will connect. Sorry

(Note: the IP that tells you're blacklisted is the IP of the server who blacklisted you).
Blacklisted IP's are not propagated, so others servers will accept your connections.




Does this coin have increasing difficulty like normal coins?

If it does there's no point me mining it because someone with a more powerful miner will soon start mining all the coins.

ps

This error message is incomprehensible, it's impossible to work out what caused the error by reading it.

Quote
Reason: Invalid operation: Autosend Operation:ERROR ERROR:2 ERROR


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cgt99 on August 13, 2016, 02:24:07 PM
Got 12 connections and mining since 1 hour back.
"Mining at 845 kh/s" found 5 blocks so far.

Seems to be working now.  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OrsonJ on August 13, 2016, 02:24:49 PM
This looks interesting! Tried mining with port 4004 open but I'm only getting connections to the servers and not other clients so no mining happening. Any suggestions?

Edit: I'm seeing a lot of access violations in the logs, don't know if that's relevant.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 13, 2016, 04:23:17 PM
Got 12 connections and mining since 1 hour back.
"Mining at 845 kh/s" found 5 blocks so far.

Seems to be working now.  ;)

Mining at 845 Kh/s? You have a supercomputer!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Remy_5 on August 13, 2016, 05:44:37 PM

Hi Dev!
Starting from the bottom to create "(yet, another one)" coin, is
not a challenge of little value, so in any case I congratulate you.

Before going into further details I would like to better understand
the prospect of this significant effort you are making.

The design of this new currency, which it wants to be:
a) A "simple" proof of concept that it is an end in itself?
b) A limited prototype, you need to prepare something different,
which you have already started to design?

c) The advanced stage of a defined project, but not yet totally evolved?
d) Or this is in effect the final stage (or almost all) of the project, then
a valid coin ready to be used for real, and to land to the Exchanges?

TIA

ps:
Watch out for the "List index out of bounds". ;)



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cgt99 on August 13, 2016, 07:38:20 PM
Got 12 connections and mining since 1 hour back.
"Mining at 845 kh/s" found 5 blocks so far.

Seems to be working now.  ;)

Mining at 845 Kh/s? You have a supercomputer!

well not really unless the wallet is lying, Win 7 64 on i7-2600K 16GB ram with radeon r9 290

http://i.imgur.com/xuqUoMM.png

 14 blocks now

BTW this one is sticking out a bit, i like it.

Keep it up bro  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Thefrolly on August 13, 2016, 07:44:43 PM
Got 12 connections and mining since 1 hour back.
"Mining at 845 kh/s" found 5 blocks so far.

Seems to be working now.  ;)

Mining at 845 Kh/s? You have a supercomputer!

well not really unless the wallet is lying, Win 7 64 on i7-2600K 16GB ram with radeon r9 290

https://s9.postimg.org/asguuvpr3/Pascalcoin.png

 14 blocks now

BTW this one is sticking out a bit, i like it.

Keep it up bro  ;D

where do you see how many blocks you got?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 13, 2016, 07:54:35 PM
Got 12 connections and mining since 1 hour back.
"Mining at 845 kh/s" found 5 blocks so far.

Seems to be working now.  ;)

Mining at 845 Kh/s? You have a supercomputer!

well not really unless the wallet is lying, Win 7 64 on i7-2600K 16GB ram with radeon r9 290

https://s9.postimg.org/asguuvpr3/Pascalcoin.png

 14 blocks now

BTW this one is sticking out a bit, i like it.

Keep it up bro  ;D

where do you see how many blocks you got?

just check the box that says "explore accounts with one of my wallet keys" to see the coins you've mined. also account numbers are like wallet addresses.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: chivaki on August 13, 2016, 08:22:46 PM
cgt99
Did you have to open some ports on win7?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cgt99 on August 13, 2016, 08:44:42 PM
cgt99
Did you have to open some ports on win7?

At first i tried running the wallet sandboxed through "sandboxie" (great program btw) but couldnt get connections.

i opened up port 4004 in router , but no luck.
 
So i tried running it without sandboxie, allow connections through win firewall and it just started to work...

I guess you should just delete everything (if you havent got any blocks) and start from scratch again, answer "yes" to allow connections from win firewall and wait for it
to connect.

Dont forget to check "allow mining".
 
 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OrsonJ on August 13, 2016, 10:22:45 PM
Is there any way to run it on Linux (without using Wine)? I'm not having any luck at all trying to mine on Windows.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 13, 2016, 11:27:47 PM
Got 12 connections and mining since 1 hour back.
"Mining at 845 kh/s" found 5 blocks so far.

Seems to be working now.  ;)

Mining at 845 Kh/s? You have a supercomputer!

well not really unless the wallet is lying, Win 7 64 on i7-2600K 16GB ram with radeon r9 290

https://s9.postimg.org/asguuvpr3/Pascalcoin.png

 14 blocks now

BTW this one is sticking out a bit, i like it.

Keep it up bro  ;D

where do you see how many blocks you got?

just check the box that says "explore accounts with one of my wallet keys" to see the coins you've mined. also account numbers are like wallet addresses.

It looks like each account is rewarded a block upon inception.  Other than that, I don't see any accounts mining any more than that.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 13, 2016, 11:51:01 PM
wonder what the coin symbol will be $XPC or $PSC or something. whats the symbol dev? just wondering.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 14, 2016, 02:33:32 AM
I can´t connect anymore.-

Connected, working fine. Mining at 750 Kh/s.

* possible bug * when I do minimize and maximize on w7 ( two clicks to maximize) the system  force me to close the application.-
 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on August 14, 2016, 06:48:39 AM
no connections for me

any nodes to add?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: idolacchacked on August 14, 2016, 07:41:00 AM
how long for wallet to sync?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: chivaki on August 14, 2016, 09:58:18 AM
I'm fully synced  firewall on windows switched off and it's not possible to mine ..DEV ???

And when closing wallet see something like
http://i.imgur.com/8d1wJX8.png


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 14, 2016, 12:57:57 PM
Mining with only 196 kHz.
CPU load is less then 50%, anyone else have this ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Thefrolly on August 14, 2016, 02:55:22 PM
I'm fully synced  firewall on windows switched off and it's not possible to mine ..DEV ???

And when closing wallet see something like
http://i.imgur.com/8d1wJX8.png

did you open port 4004=


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 15, 2016, 10:37:37 AM
I can´t connect anymore.-

Connected, working fine. Mining at 750 Kh/s.

* possible bug * when I do minimize and maximize on w7 ( two clicks to maximize) the system  force me to close the application.-
 

Thanks. Will study this issue.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 15, 2016, 10:49:02 AM

Hi Dev!
Starting from the bottom to create "(yet, another one)" coin, is
not a challenge of little value, so in any case I congratulate you.

Before going into further details I would like to better understand
the prospect of this significant effort you are making.

The design of this new currency, which it wants to be:
a) A "simple" proof of concept that it is an end in itself?
b) A limited prototype, you need to prepare something different,
which you have already started to design?

c) The advanced stage of a defined project, but not yet totally evolved?
d) Or this is in effect the final stage (or almost all) of the project, then
a valid coin ready to be used for real, and to land to the Exchanges?

TIA

ps:
Watch out for the "List index out of bounds". ;)



Or e) I just want to buy a Pizza for 10000 Pascal Coins ;-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Remy_5 on August 15, 2016, 12:16:32 PM

The design of this new currency, which it wants to be:
a) A "simple" proof of concept that it is an end in itself?
b) A limited prototype, you need to prepare something different,
which you have already started to design?

c) The advanced stage of a defined project, but not yet totally evolved?
d) Or this is in effect the final stage (or almost all) of the project, then
a valid coin ready to be used for real, and to land to the Exchanges?


Or e) I just want to buy a Pizza for 10000 Pascal Coins ;-)


I like people who think out of the sheet.  ;D ;D

But to be honest this reply does not help me figure out if it is appropriate
to reserve time and resources to this project.
Some other explanation would be useful.

PS:
Be careful not to starve in the meantime.  ;)




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 15, 2016, 12:38:48 PM

The design of this new currency, which it wants to be:
a) A "simple" proof of concept that it is an end in itself?
b) A limited prototype, you need to prepare something different,
which you have already started to design?

c) The advanced stage of a defined project, but not yet totally evolved?
d) Or this is in effect the final stage (or almost all) of the project, then
a valid coin ready to be used for real, and to land to the Exchanges?


Or e) I just want to buy a Pizza for 10000 Pascal Coins ;-)


I like people who think out of the sheet.  ;D ;D

But to be honest this reply does not help me figure out if it is appropriate
to reserve time and resources to this project.
Some other explanation would be useful.

PS:
Be careful not to starve in the meantime.  ;)


I would think that most correct answer is "d". I've been developing and testing during months. Client App has some bugs, of course, but I think Kernel is Ok.
Idea started at 2013, when I discovered Bitcoin, but I was not a C developer, so I decided to search how to make a new Cryptocoin more easy to use and, of course, writting full source code in Pascal.
The final concept, writted in the White Paper of Pascal Coin, was born 6 months ago.

My intention is to grow with it... If you can, thanks for helping.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 15, 2016, 05:29:56 PM
@PascalCoin
When mining should cpu load be 100% ?
I only get 50%...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 15, 2016, 07:26:10 PM
It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 15, 2016, 08:51:09 PM
It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 15, 2016, 08:55:29 PM
It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!

Well, it will help with a fair distribution, which so far has been great.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 15, 2016, 09:36:44 PM
It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!

Well, it will help with a fair distribution, which so far has been great.
Free Pascal
www.freepascal.org

GNU Pascal
www.gnu-pascal.de

 ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Remy_5 on August 16, 2016, 12:06:38 PM

Some other explanation would be useful.

I would think that most correct answer is "d". I've been developing and testing during months. Client App has some bugs, of course, but I think Kernel is Ok.
Idea started at 2013, when I discovered Bitcoin, but I was not a C developer, so I decided to search how to make a new Cryptocoin more easy to use and, of course, writting full source code in Pascal.
The final concept, writted in the White Paper of Pascal Coin, was born 6 months ago.

My intention is to grow with it... If you can, thanks for helping.

Now it's much better, thank you.

I was hoping more in a response of type A or B, because being a different
type of blockchain, it must be checked and tested on the field.
IMHO, A new type of blockchan should be put under stress up to the point of
rupture, with all kinds of generic attack, or specifically targeted on its peculiarities.
Do it on a "purely virtual" currency or in a testcoin allows to make everything without
worries and remorse, or damage to anybody, eventually also changing structure, parameters
or other details of the blockchain along the way.

But if each PascalCoin is already a real and immutable thing, and in the future
will have a concrete value, to avoid losses for the existing users, these tests
and changing are much more difficult to do, if not impossibles, and need a lot of
extra cautions.

Apart this, the project is interesting, and there is a lot of work to do.
I have used the Delphi for a while more then a dozen years ago, so I'm very rusty,
when I have put together a working development environment, I hope I can be helpful,
but having little time, I can not promise anything.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Remy_5 on August 16, 2016, 12:10:27 PM
@PascalCoin
When mining should cpu load be 100% ?
I only get 50%...

Probably the 50% is the 100% of a single cpu core.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 16, 2016, 09:32:58 PM
@PascalCoin
When mining should cpu load be 100% ?
I only get 50%...

Probably the 50% is the 100% of a single cpu core.
CPU is an AMD 64 X2, 4400+, both cores at 50%, wallet says 300 kHz.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 16, 2016, 11:39:56 PM
1 hour alone in the world, offline nodes  ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 17, 2016, 12:05:45 AM
1 hour alone in the world, offline nodes  ?
Currently connected with 9 nodes after just 30 minutes.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on August 17, 2016, 12:49:00 AM
Can´t connect now, i will wait, thanks.-


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: _Django05_ on August 17, 2016, 09:04:53 AM
Wallet downloaded. will be following.
any update to this?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 17, 2016, 03:16:16 PM

Some other explanation would be useful.

I would think that most correct answer is "d". I've been developing and testing during months. Client App has some bugs, of course, but I think Kernel is Ok.
Idea started at 2013, when I discovered Bitcoin, but I was not a C developer, so I decided to search how to make a new Cryptocoin more easy to use and, of course, writting full source code in Pascal.
The final concept, writted in the White Paper of Pascal Coin, was born 6 months ago.

My intention is to grow with it... If you can, thanks for helping.

Now it's much better, thank you.

I was hoping more in a response of type A or B, because being a different
type of blockchain, it must be checked and tested on the field.
IMHO, A new type of blockchan should be put under stress up to the point of
rupture, with all kinds of generic attack, or specifically targeted on its peculiarities.
Do it on a "purely virtual" currency or in a testcoin allows to make everything without
worries and remorse, or damage to anybody, eventually also changing structure, parameters
or other details of the blockchain along the way.

But if each PascalCoin is already a real and immutable thing, and in the future
will have a concrete value, to avoid losses for the existing users, these tests
and changing are much more difficult to do, if not impossibles, and need a lot of
extra cautions.

Apart this, the project is interesting, and there is a lot of work to do.
I have used the Delphi for a while more then a dozen years ago, so I'm very rusty,
when I have put together a working development environment, I hope I can be helpful,
but having little time, I can not promise anything.



Thanks Remy. Any help will be usefull.
My first intention is to check some minor bugs detected and update Wallet. Now kernel and protocol is Ok and I haven't detected nothing to change.

After, my first step will to compile it with Lazarus, so PascalCoin will be able to run with Linux.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 17, 2016, 10:13:33 PM
will you setup translation bounties dev?

laterz...

can you please inbox me dev. im on mobile and hard to read the ann :)

since you dont seem to be interested

Sorry, I don't understand you. Send me a private if you want


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 22, 2016, 03:39:02 AM
Is there an API built in to PascalCoin?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 22, 2016, 04:56:58 PM
Is there an API built in to PascalCoin?
Source code is available at Github, but for now only the core is available, with a Wallet, Miner & Explorer


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: super-cpu on August 22, 2016, 05:03:47 PM
tried to mine this coin but never worked.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mike77777 on August 22, 2016, 05:43:29 PM
wow good old Pascal  ;D I'm going to observe this cool project


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on August 22, 2016, 07:20:35 PM
i left the wallet open for 5 hours still no connection any fix for this ? 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 22, 2016, 07:28:19 PM
i left the wallet open for 5 hours still no connection any fix for this ? 
Have you made sure you have an open port?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on August 24, 2016, 02:52:02 PM
NodeServers Updated: 2016-08-24 10:50:01
Server IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 2016-08-24 10:49:17 (Attempts: 2)
Server IP:pascalcoin2.ddns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 2016-08-24 10:49:17 (Attempts: 2)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 2016-08-24 10:49:17 (Attempts: 2)
Server IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 Attempting to connect: 2016-08-24 10:49:17 (Attempts: 2)
Server IP:bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Attempting to connect: 2016-08-24 10:49:40 (Attempts: 2)
Server IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Last Connection: 2016-08-24 10:49:42 Attempting to connect: 2016-08-24 10:49:40 (Attempts: 0)

and nothing...
Any hints, I can't connect too...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on August 24, 2016, 03:26:22 PM
Ahhh, now running, but no mining.
Allow mining is checked, anything else I should do ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 24, 2016, 05:13:03 PM
Ahhh, now running, but no mining.
Allow mining is checked, anything else I should do ?


Just wait for a while... Remember that you must open a NAT (Default port 4004) from your router/firewall to your computer to mine... if NAT is not working you will not be able to mine


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on August 24, 2016, 07:39:01 PM
Any other way ?
I do not have access to my router ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: AleScamHole on August 24, 2016, 08:54:41 PM
Any other way ?
I do not have access to my router ?


nope ;/    this coin can't be mined by 75% of people for that reason.  sux too, looks awesome :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 24, 2016, 10:49:47 PM
Any other way ?
I do not have access to my router ?


nope ;/    this coin can't be mined by 75% of people for that reason.  sux too, looks awesome :(

This was made to prevent alone mining in early blockchain, in future versions and with a stable group of servers nodes there will be possible to mine without open your port... but for now... help mining opening your port.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: AleScamHole on August 24, 2016, 10:51:40 PM
Any other way ?
I do not have access to my router ?


nope ;/    this coin can't be mined by 75% of people for that reason.  sux too, looks awesome :(

This was made to prevent alone mining in early blockchain, in future versions and with a stable group of servers nodes there will be possible to mine without open your port... but for now... help mining opening your port.

thats cool i can dig that, it seems your doing something not done b4, so it will take adjustments, naturally :)

the forums just tend to hate on "unfair mining" coins :P   


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on August 25, 2016, 06:37:19 AM
Brilliant!
CPU only + No bot mining + safe box for this coin!
I can see a great future here.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: AleScamHole on August 25, 2016, 06:42:47 AM
Brilliant!
CPU only + No bot mining + safe box for this coin!
I can see a great future here.



your kidding right?     o wait your account status explains the  newbie words you just said....

this coin will be lucky to even HIT an exchange w/o alot more work. i dont have the time to explain, but good luck getting even yobit to list (tho their whores, they will do anything for money)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on August 25, 2016, 07:05:51 AM
Brilliant!
CPU only + No bot mining + safe box for this coin!
I can see a great future here.



your kidding right?     o wait your account status explains the  newbie words you just said....

this coin will be lucky to even HIT an exchange w/o alot more work. i dont have the time to explain, but good luck getting even yobit to list (tho their whores, they will do anything for money)

First of all I have a life, and this is not in front of my PC, so you can catch your dream be a "Legentary" or whatever you want, i'm  not gonna antagonize you ...
Secondarily, i said nothing about exchanges, it's your concern, not mine.

I have what I need, i don't have expectations to become rich from this....
I just like the *non* copy-paste work here...




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on August 25, 2016, 07:09:11 AM
Ahahhaaa...

I just noticed that..

What we have here :

AleScamHole:
Date Registered:    March 14, 2016

Me :
Date Registered:    March 04, 2014, 06:19:12 PM

  :D :D :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: BTC Community on August 25, 2016, 12:55:07 PM
Ahahhaaa...

I just noticed that..

What we have here :

AleScamHole:
Date Registered:    March 14, 2016

Me :
Date Registered:    March 04, 2014, 06:19:12 PM

  :D :D :D

hes baby ,you just old brother .


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 25, 2016, 10:06:16 PM
Sounds similar to the mini-blockchain implementation pioneered by Cryptonite: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713538.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713538.0)

The "safe box" could be compared to the mini-blockchain radix-tree-based balance sheet, where the hash of the safe box is embedded into blocks, so that a user's copy of the safe box can be validated against the blockchain.

If it doesn't need historical operations then why does it need a blockchain? What makes it different to other coins? Does it have a blockchain pruning mechanism to keep the blockchain small, or some special features besides being written in a different language to other coins?

As far as why it needs a blockchain, I would assume the blockchain acts as a means of maintaining consensus on the contents of the "safe box" although it isn't referenced directly for transaction history/data/validity.

You're right. Blockchain is used to maintain an integrity on the Safe Box, generating a "Safe Box Hash" as explained on the White Paper.

 8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 26, 2016, 10:49:40 AM
Is there a way to see current difficulty?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jiggytom on August 27, 2016, 01:03:17 PM
what are the plans for this coin?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: BTC Community on August 27, 2016, 01:31:08 PM
interest in this project.
need more information coming.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jiggytom on August 27, 2016, 08:45:14 PM
how can we run on multiple cores?  What should we be doing to help test?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 31, 2016, 01:39:33 PM
New version of Wallet/Miner/Explorer available at SourceForge (BUILD 1.0.2):

DOWNLOAD: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/)


Build 1.0.2.0
--------------------------
- Improved hashing speed
- Allow mining without opening external ports
- Choose how many CPU's want to mine
- Show real-time pending operations waiting to be included in the block
- More stable
- Some miner modifications

For now... only CPU mining and only Windows users... still working in it!

Contribute spreading Pascal Coin on social networks!

Follow us at @PascalCoin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 31, 2016, 02:10:42 PM
New version of Wallet/Miner/Explorer available at SourceForge (BUILD 1.0.2):

DOWNLOAD: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/)


Build 1.0.2.0
--------------------------
- Improved hashing speed
- Allow mining without opening external ports
- Choose how many CPU's want to mine
- Show real-time pending operations waiting to be included in the block
- More stable
- Some miner modifications

For now... only CPU mining and only Windows users... still working in it!

Contribute spreading Pascal Coin on social networks!

Follow us at @PascalCoin

Nice update, keep them coming.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 31, 2016, 03:27:07 PM
how can we run on multiple cores?  What should we be doing to help test?
New version (Build 1.0.2) runs on multiple cores.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 31, 2016, 05:52:18 PM
Brilliant!
CPU only + No bot mining + safe box for this coin!
I can see a great future here.


Thanks!  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jiggytom on August 31, 2016, 07:57:28 PM
how can we run on multiple cores?  What should we be doing to help test?
New version (Build 1.0.2) runs on multiple cores.

Working!  Testing it out now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on August 31, 2016, 08:19:08 PM
Awesome.  Multi-core mining seems to be working.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 31, 2016, 08:50:35 PM
Awesome.  Multi-core mining seems to be working.

Perfect.
Please send bugs/issues/comments at bpascalblockchain@gmail.com

Thanks!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vingaard on August 31, 2016, 09:28:18 PM
Good project... I will try

Awesome.  Multi-core mining seems to be working.

Good job  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 31, 2016, 09:32:36 PM
Source code of Build 1.0.2 available at GitHub:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Have a nice day... and mine a lot!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 31, 2016, 11:33:30 PM
Was mining with only 196 kHz now 500 kHz !
Nice.  :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on August 31, 2016, 11:38:04 PM
Was mining with only 196 kHz now 500 kHz !
Nice.  :D

im having problem connecting to network since start ... did u do something to make it work


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on August 31, 2016, 11:43:06 PM
Was mining with only 196 kHz now 500 kHz !
Nice.  :D

im having problem connecting to network since start ... did u do something to make it work
Was working from the beginning, never had an issue.
Verify that indeed your port is open, although with new release it should also work with port closed.
Do you get any connections at all ?
Start of wallet will give you only 1 sometimes more connections, might take a while to pick up some more.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on August 31, 2016, 11:44:33 PM
Was mining with only 196 kHz now 500 kHz !
Nice.  :D

im having problem connecting to network since start ... did u do something to make it work
Was working from the beginning, never had an issue.
Verify that indeed your port is open, although with new release it should also work with port closed.
Do you get any connections at all ?
Start of wallet will give you only 1 sometimes more connections, might take a while to pick up some more.


no even with new wallet 0 connection


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on August 31, 2016, 11:53:39 PM
Was mining with only 196 kHz now 500 kHz !
Nice.  :D

im having problem connecting to network since start ... did u do something to make it work
Was working from the beginning, never had an issue.
Verify that indeed your port is open, although with new release it should also work with port closed.
Do you get any connections at all ?
Start of wallet will give you only 1 sometimes more connections, might take a while to pick up some more.


no even with new wallet 0 connection

Make sure your computer has the correct time as well. I noticed I once dual booted linux and went back to windows my time changed and pascal coin wouldn't sync. Also if still not working somethings up with your rig/router. When testing sometimes you have to keep the wallet open longer for it to sync. Also check show log inside the options to see whats going on.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on August 31, 2016, 11:55:38 PM
Make sure your computer has the correct time as well. I noticed I once dual booted linux and went back to windows my time changed and pascal coin wouldn't sync. Also if still not working somethings up with your rig/router.

That's right!!!!  Make sure your time is Ok. A maximum 3 minutes deviation is allowed between nodes ;-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 01, 2016, 11:22:06 AM
Make sure your computer has the correct time as well. I noticed I once dual booted linux and went back to windows my time changed and pascal coin wouldn't sync. Also if still not working somethings up with your rig/router.

That's right!!!!  Make sure your time is Ok. A maximum 3 minutes deviation is allowed between nodes ;-)
There should be successful connections before disconnects.
Check your logs and your modem/router.
Get TCPView, you can download it at Micro$oft.

@PascalCoin
Wallet should have peer cache, that should help getting connected to the swarm.
Right now it all seems to depend on 1 successful connect.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 01, 2016, 11:36:40 AM

@PascalCoin
Wallet should have peer cache, that should help getting connected to the swarm.
Right now it all seems to depend on 1 successful connect.

Ohhh Thanks!!! I will include it in new build version... good idea!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 01, 2016, 01:19:18 PM
Pascal Coin coins in circulation and other technical values:

http://i.imgur.com/pWqYzVd.png


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 01, 2016, 01:19:30 PM

@PascalCoin
Wallet should have peer cache, that should help getting connected to the swarm.
Right now it all seems to depend on 1 successful connect.

Ohhh Thanks!!! I will include it in new build version... good idea!
Could you also release a portable version having its data directory inside the programs dir ?
Simply zipped would be great.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 04:20:06 PM
any way to know the network hashrate ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 04:24:59 PM
Bottom right it's written : NO BLOCKCHAIN:Invalid last time block

Does it mean, i'm mining for nothing ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 04:32:21 PM
Cool ! Mined my first block ;)!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 04:46:00 PM
When I go to "new operation" in project tab.

I see my 100 balance but its written in red "" Private key not found in wallet... You cannot operate this account"
Why is that ? and what should or can do ?!?

Thx


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 01, 2016, 05:03:11 PM
When I go to "new operation" in project tab.

I see my 100 balance but its written in red "" Private key not found in wallet... You cannot operate this account"
Why is that ? and what should or can do ?!?

Thx

You must wait 100 maturation blocks prior to use a new account. Until account appears with a green circle.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 05:21:33 PM
How do I know which account number received the coins ?!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 01, 2016, 05:41:25 PM
How do I know which account number received the coins ?!

check box that says "Explore accounts with one of my wallet keys" to see your accounts and coins.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 06:38:25 PM
How do I know which account number received the coins ?!

check box that says "Explore accounts with one of my wallet keys" to see your accounts and coins.

Yeah I figured that out later... oups.

Well I found 2 blocks, One I can see with "explore accounts with one of my wallet key".
But can't see the other... and no pending transaction ? Is pending only from sending and receiving coins ? or for blocks also ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 09:10:47 PM
I am the only one not able to connect anymore ?
Thx


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 01, 2016, 09:13:14 PM
I am the only one not able to connect anymore ?
Thx

If there are others, you are certainly the most vocal.  Have you forwarded your port?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vingaard on September 01, 2016, 10:18:25 PM
One question... are you thinking about getting listed in an exchange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 01, 2016, 11:41:24 PM
I am the only one not able to connect anymore ?
Thx

If there are others, you are certainly the most vocal.  Have you forwarded your port?

Lol !
I'm back at being connected and mining. Port 4004 is active
Still haven't found why I mined 2 blocks and see only 1 transaction and 100 coins...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 02, 2016, 06:29:26 AM
I am the only one not able to connect anymore ?
Thx

If there are others, you are certainly the most vocal.  Have you forwarded your port?

Lol !
I'm back at being connected and mining. Port 4004 is active
Still haven't found why I mined 2 blocks and see only 1 transaction and 100 coins...

Possible explanations:
- Your miner found a block, but when checked it block was invalid
- Your miner found a valid block, but when transfered to other nodes found a valid block more valid (found before) than itself... so not included to the blockchain
- Your miner found a block but was saved in an orphan chain... losed.

Note that there is a protection of 100 maturation blocks to prevent operate with blocks due possible situations like this


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 02, 2016, 12:44:55 PM
I am the only one not able to connect anymore ?
Thx

If there are others, you are certainly the most vocal.  Have you forwarded your port?

Lol !
I'm back at being connected and mining. Port 4004 is active
Still haven't found why I mined 2 blocks and see only 1 transaction and 100 coins...

Possible explanations:
- Your miner found a block, but when checked it block was invalid
- Your miner found a valid block, but when transfered to other nodes found a valid block more valid (found before) than itself... so not included to the blockchain
- Your miner found a block but was saved in an orphan chain... losed.

Note that there is a protection of 100 maturation blocks to prevent operate with blocks due possible situations like this


Ok thx.

Why is there a new account number (+ 4 other) created with each new block mined ?
How can I transfer coins from one account number to the other ?

Thank you !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vavan1974muz on September 02, 2016, 12:56:56 PM
Something is wrong fully synced but wallet can't start mining
What can be a reason ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 02, 2016, 01:17:52 PM
I am the only one not able to connect anymore ?
Thx

If there are others, you are certainly the most vocal.  Have you forwarded your port?

Lol !
I'm back at being connected and mining. Port 4004 is active
Still haven't found why I mined 2 blocks and see only 1 transaction and 100 coins...

Possible explanations:
- Your miner found a block, but when checked it block was invalid
- Your miner found a valid block, but when transfered to other nodes found a valid block more valid (found before) than itself... so not included to the blockchain
- Your miner found a block but was saved in an orphan chain... losed.

Note that there is a protection of 100 maturation blocks to prevent operate with blocks due possible situations like this


Ok thx.

Why is there a new account number (+ 4 other) created with each new block mined ?
How can I transfer coins from one account number to the other ?

Thank you !

account numbers are like addresses. Click new operation to send coins to a different account number.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 02, 2016, 01:34:39 PM
Something is wrong fully synced but wallet can't start mining
What can be a reason ?

Can't mine either.... no node is connecting
Edit: now working, Any reason why It stops sometimes ?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 02, 2016, 02:03:03 PM
Something is wrong fully synced but wallet can't start mining
What can be a reason ?

Can't mine either.... no node is connecting
Edit: now working, Any reason why It stops sometimes ?



Happens to me as well. software still buggy gonna take some updates to iron out the kinks. Im also looking forward to info about api access.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jiggytom on September 02, 2016, 08:05:43 PM
still getting errors while mining - have to restart multiple times per day.  access violations in the log.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 02, 2016, 11:48:03 PM
Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 12:20:47 AM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 03, 2016, 12:25:16 AM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!


3GhhbopYTTAqyafuyHnXnGw3iAKvBXPCfvHUgLVAsAbRujujkRBcyJ63Zxd71phRNkiLum837SGpptS TWdP7QJeKevf3mgxhC4euJz


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 12:32:05 AM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!


3GhhbopYTTAqyafuyHnXnGw3iAKvBXPCfvHUgLVAsAbRujujkRBcyJ63Zxd71phRNkiLum837SGpptS TWdP7QJeKevf3mgxhC4euJz

Account 34801 is for you! (And also, a courtesy secret payload that only you can read)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MehdiBmm on September 03, 2016, 12:44:55 AM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!


3GhhbopYTTAqyafuyHnXnGw3iAKvBXPCfvHUgLVAsAbRujujkRBcyJ63Zxd71phRNkiLum837SGpptS TWdP7QJeKevf3mgxhC4euJz

Account 34801 is for you! (And also, a courtesy secret payload that only you can read)

Do you know any exchange service that can exchange them for dollars? I just need to know before jumping around :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 12:47:59 AM
Do you know any exchange service that can exchange them for dollars? I just need to know before jumping around :D

Just wait 4 years ... or 40 ;-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MehdiBmm on September 03, 2016, 12:52:17 AM
Do you know any exchange service that can exchange them for dollars? I just need to know before jumping around :D

Just wait 4 years ... or 40 ;-)

Oh! that's too short! xD


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YIz on September 03, 2016, 01:00:36 AM
Is PascalCoin only CPU minable at this point? what algo to you use for the POW?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 01:07:25 AM
Is PascalCoin only CPU minable at this point? what algo to you use for the POW?

Algo is Double Sha256

For now is only CPU minable due it's written in Pascal and no code in pascal available for GPU mining.

But, of course, is source code and somebody (not me) can develop a GPU miner... please if somebody do this... publish code.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YIz on September 03, 2016, 01:09:29 AM
Is PascalCoin only CPU minable at this point? what algo to you use for the POW?

Algo is Double Sha256

For now is only CPU minable due it's written in Pascal and no code in pascal available for GPU mining.

But, of course, is source code and somebody (not me) can develop a GPU miner... please if somebody do this... publish code.

Well if the algo is SHA256D ASICS would take over the coin very quickly if it catches some value.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 01:16:50 AM
Well if the algo is SHA256D ASICS would take over the coin very quickly if it catches some value.

Note that PoW is calculated using SHA256D over a stream with different size of BitCoin, all is new because I've made a new fully development in Pascal.
I don't know if actual ASICS can work over PascalCoin... perhaps not.

But, of course, if this happens, I'll be very very very happy!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jiggytom on September 03, 2016, 01:20:42 AM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!


JJj2A5jbiWehJCQcXGM2WtxT7xEXUAYLkksqvAJgoXzRRhFdcM8ccBn34AtTHgNZPpDFsz34q45fHVz 7pfA7zY7cvf5gP6kCZUBtBqHWRYssA7fpWk3NZQcouah3GUpvp69mgQcEqXLiXH5KMHfZPfF4ohnoYn szoP1fZmMcv1F1VjnXWu9Ubs4nKSqSqZphd


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 03, 2016, 01:20:55 AM
Well if the algo is SHA256D ASICS would take over the coin very quickly if it catches some value.

Note that PoW is calculated using SHA256D over a stream with different size of BitCoin, all is new because I've made a new fully development in Pascal.
I don't know if actual ASICS can work over PascalCoin... perhaps not.

But, of course, if this happens, I'll be very very very happy!

Took a quick peek at your source code, I see:
Code:
 FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Basic[1],length(FDigest_Basic));
  FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Operations[1],length(FDigest_Operations));
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.timestamp,4);
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.nonce,4);

That's 72 bytes of data being hashed, correct? I believe most ASICs are specifically optimized to hash exactly 80 bytes of data (and furthermore, to increment the last 4 bytes of those 80 bytes when incrementing the nonce), so there's a good chance that they wouldn't be able to hash any less.

For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 01:41:16 AM
Took a quick peek at your source code, I see:
Code:
 FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Basic[1],length(FDigest_Basic));
  FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Operations[1],length(FDigest_Operations));
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.timestamp,4);
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.nonce,4);

That's 72 bytes of data being hashed, correct? I believe most ASICs are specifically optimized to hash exactly 80 bytes of data (and furthermore, to increment the last 4 bytes of those 80 bytes when incrementing the nonce), so there's a good chance that they wouldn't be able to hash any less.

For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

Not correct  8)

Digest_Basic contains a variable size, because it includes Public key (that can be from 66 to +200 bytes) and Payload (max 255 bytes). So digest_basic can contains from +-80 to +-450 bytes

Digest_Operations is static size, contains operations hash and fee

Finally 4 bytes for timestamp and 4 for nonce.

Total can be from +-110 bytes to +500 bytes to sha256d


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 02:08:02 AM
Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!

Hint: Password starts with Pas...  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 03, 2016, 02:04:29 PM
For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

Sorry... I don't know how GPU works... If there is a developer with knwoledge about this I will appreciate any help.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 03, 2016, 03:49:15 PM
For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

Sorry... I don't know how GPU works... If there is a developer with knowledge about this I will appreciate any help.

You'd just need to provide RPC functionality for PascalCoin that allows the miner to query for the info to hash and current target, and then submit the nonce (or block header) they found back to PascalCoin. Once you add that to your coin, people can start making external GPU/CPU miners, pools, etc.

So basically bind another port on the machine, and allow for queries like "getwork" which returns (maybe in JSON, since your block header isn't as rigid as Bitcoin's) a public key corresponding to a private key held by the wallet, operations hash/fee, timestamp, and current target. A GPU mining program would be able to query this, build the block header by adding their own payload and starting the nonce from zero or whatever and incrementing it, perform their hashing, check against the target, etc. Then allow for another query like "submitblock" for the miner to send back the header with the appropriate nonce, have PascalCoin do the appropriate block construction as if the built-in miner found a valid proof-of-work, and submit it to the network.

RPC usually uses some kind of authentication, but you could slap on a simple RPC without authentication that only allows for mining for now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 03, 2016, 05:06:46 PM
Wow, the wallet-miner isn't noob friendly xD

I just mined a block but there is a red circle for the state, what does it mean ? :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 03, 2016, 05:27:59 PM
Wow, the wallet-miner isn't noob friendly xD

I just mined a block but there is a red circle for the state, what does it mean ? :)

red means not mature yet. have to wait 100 blocks until it matures.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: c2m on September 03, 2016, 08:17:31 PM
Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises :)
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vingaard on September 03, 2016, 09:35:23 PM
Today I can't connect... anyone else?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 03, 2016, 10:53:08 PM
Today I can't connect... anyone else?

i can't connect since launch lel


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 04, 2016, 12:55:12 AM
Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises :)
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
Sooooo what was the password ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 04, 2016, 01:42:38 AM
Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises :)
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
Sooooo what was the password ?

Obvious: PascalCoin  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bonipper on September 04, 2016, 04:22:53 AM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!






If you ask people to post insubstantial posts in your thread (like public keys), or offer giveaways for posts you could get banned, and this thread might get locked.

This warning is sticked at the top of this board, and also at the top of the altcoin discussion board.



Most giveaway threads are no longer allowed in the Alternate cryptocurrencies sections. From now on, posting or replying to such threads could result in being banned. Existing threads will be locked.

Specifically, you are not allowed to give people any incentive to post insubstantial posts in your threads. You can't offer to pay people who post their addresses, usernames, etc. You can do giveaways off-site and link to the giveaway page in a thread, but you can't give people any bonus for replying to your thread.

Similar threads are already restricted to Games and Rounds in the non-altcoin sections, but the giveaway-related post volume is so high in the altcoin sections that I've decided to just ban them entirely here.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 04, 2016, 08:52:29 AM
mining etc is all working great :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 04, 2016, 03:18:27 PM
If you ask people to post insubstantial posts in your thread (like public keys), or offer giveaways for posts you could get banned, and this thread might get locked.

This warning is sticked at the top of this board, and also at the top of the altcoin discussion board.

Ups. I understand. Sorry.
No more exercises here...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 04, 2016, 11:29:34 PM
Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises :)
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
Sooooo what was the password ?

Obvious: PascalCoin  ;D
That was the 1st I tried, I guess password was already changed when I tried.
Typical.   :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 05, 2016, 04:04:09 AM
What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 05, 2016, 03:19:00 PM
What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?

R: xxxxG is counter of how many times tried to generate a PoW (and "G" equals to Giga, so multiply by 1000000) from started mining with the Application.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 05, 2016, 05:11:49 PM
What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?

R: xxxxG is counter of how many times tried to generate a PoW (and "G" equals to Giga, so multiply by 1000000) from started mining with the Application.

i was going to ask the same question lol but another question for you if you dont mind me being such a noob lol after i mine 5 blocks i seem to get disconnected from the servers had 5 connections and it drops to 1 and runs as a node but stops my mining, thats now 3 times thats happened. Is that normal for this to happen? i  dont mind having to restart the wallet after mining 5 blocks but it can be a pain if i forget lol?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 05, 2016, 05:46:32 PM
What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?

R: xxxxG is counter of how many times tried to generate a PoW (and "G" equals to Giga, so multiply by 1000000) from started mining with the Application.

i was going to ask the same question lol but another question for you if you dont mind me being such a noob lol after i mine 5 blocks i seem to get disconnected from the servers had 5 connections and it drops to 1 and runs as a node but stops my mining, thats now 3 times thats happened. Is that normal for this to happen? i  dont mind having to restart the wallet after mining 5 blocks but it can be a pain if i forget lol?

im having connection issues since the very beginning ... i could not even connect to network  :-[


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 05, 2016, 05:49:09 PM

im having connection issues since the very beginning ... i could not even connect to network  :-[

I'm working in it... I think that new build version will correct those problems... Please wait 1 or 2 days... I will notify new build version in this Forum.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 05, 2016, 05:54:05 PM

im having connection issues since the very beginning ... i could not even connect to network  :-[

I'm working in it... I think that new build version will correct those problems... Please wait 1 or 2 days... I will notify new build version in this Forum.


thanks glad to hear this .... hope it works for me this time   :-[ :-[


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 05, 2016, 06:22:36 PM

im having connection issues since the very beginning ... i could not even connect to network  :-[

I'm working in it... I think that new build version will correct those problems... Please wait 1 or 2 days... I will notify new build version in this Forum.

good stuff  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 06, 2016, 02:59:27 AM
any good node we could add preventing from being disconnected ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 06, 2016, 04:16:39 AM
This coin has been added to http://icocountdown.com - I support cryptography and I think this is a very impressive coin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 07:52:06 AM
any good node we could add preventing from being disconnected ?

mine is saying "connections:2(91)", so i take it theres 91 people there but i can only connect to 2 people. hopefully when the update comes out it will fix the issue of connection :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 06, 2016, 02:03:41 PM
any good node we could add preventing from being disconnected ?

mine is saying "connections:2(91)", so i take it theres 91 people there but i can only connect to 2 people. hopefully when the update comes out it will fix the issue of connection :-)

Not exactly... Not 91 people, only 91 connections (1 people can have more than 1 connection)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ocminer on September 06, 2016, 02:10:51 PM
Is there any RPC on this coin ? Something like getwork or getblocktemplate ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 06, 2016, 02:13:43 PM
Is there any RPC on this coin ? Something like getwork or getblocktemplate ?

I'm in development... please be patient and mine ;-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ocminer on September 06, 2016, 02:14:56 PM
Is there any RPC on this coin ? Something like getwork or getblocktemplate ?

I'm in development... please be patient and mine ;-)

I'm not so into wallet mining, I like pool mining ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 06, 2016, 02:16:25 PM
Is there any RPC on this coin ? Something like getwork or getblocktemplate ?

I'm in development... please be patient and mine ;-)

I'm not so into wallet mining, I like pool mining ;)

Well, for now CPU mining only, or download source code and make changes yourself... of course.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 06, 2016, 02:16:54 PM
What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?

R: xxxxG is counter of how many times tried to generate a PoW (and "G" equals to Giga, so multiply by 1000000) from started mining with the Application.

i was going to ask the same question lol but another question for you if you dont mind me being such a noob lol after i mine 5 blocks i seem to get disconnected from the servers had 5 connections and it drops to 1 and runs as a node but stops my mining, thats now 3 times thats happened. Is that normal for this to happen? i  dont mind having to restart the wallet after mining 5 blocks but it can be a pain if i forget lol?

im having connection issues since the very beginning ... i could not even connect to network  :-[

me too.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 02:44:47 PM
any good node we could add preventing from being disconnected ?

mine is saying "connections:2(91)", so i take it theres 91 people there but i can only connect to 2 people. hopefully when the update comes out it will fix the issue of connection :-)

Not exactly... Not 91 people, only 91 connections (1 people can have more than 1 connection)

aww ok :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kokokoin on September 06, 2016, 02:48:54 PM
Interesting concept.
Is there any analogue of Addnode? Cause my wallet not connecting to nodes.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: dirty.hera on September 06, 2016, 03:18:56 PM
Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!



3Ghhbooj4uZHM1MsNa6dGCMiyFVKe8psaD6WhNQTcD4R85Exhzpbaqeiw3ha3zW3ctBrCdp3L5PgUC7 T6noi8Tm1khVjDansVAZYn2

My bad I only just found this and finished reading where the exercise got scrubbed.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 06, 2016, 04:32:10 PM
it's written in the blacklist nodes that my ip is blacklisted ?!
Why and how is that ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 04:53:37 PM
it's written in the blacklist nodes that my ip is blacklisted ?!
Why and how is that ?

yeah mines is suppose to be blacklisted too dont know why the only thing running is pascal wallet lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YClipse on September 06, 2016, 04:58:06 PM
How to mine?
Click auto-mining is all?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 05:00:35 PM
How to mine?
Click auto-mining is all?

yeah tick the box and let it run :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 06, 2016, 05:18:40 PM
Is there any RPC on this coin ? Something like getwork or getblocktemplate ?

I'm in development... please be patient and mine ;-)

I'm not so into wallet mining, I like pool mining ;)
Well, dev, you've got the interest of a great pool operator.  You're only a couple steps away from a very successful project.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: freakying99 on September 06, 2016, 07:20:27 PM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 06, 2016, 07:21:39 PM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?

Open port 4004  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: freakying99 on September 06, 2016, 07:32:10 PM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?

Open port 4004  8)

but it aint mining ....


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 06, 2016, 07:34:29 PM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?

Open port 4004  8)

but it aint mining ....

Shut down the wallet and reopen it do a reset of computer if you opened your port. Do you have firewall blocking it?

aka windows firewall.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: freakying99 on September 06, 2016, 07:43:21 PM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?

Open port 4004  8)

but it aint mining ....

Shut down the wallet and reopen it do a reset of computer if you opened your port. Do you have firewall blocking it?

aka windows firewall.

No. It is allowed in my firewall settings.

mining status : not mining
node status : alone in the world


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 06, 2016, 08:29:20 PM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?

Open port 4004  8)

but it aint mining ....

Shut down the wallet and reopen it do a reset of computer if you opened your port. Do you have firewall blocking it?

aka windows firewall.

No. It is allowed in my firewall settings.

mining status : not mining
node status : alone in the world


i have same problem since launch dev said he will fix in next wallet release   


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: super-cpu on September 06, 2016, 09:30:48 PM
each time wallet start mining 30 sec with 420kh then disconnect (node status : alone in the world >:()


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 11:38:21 PM
I think mines has froze I've been stuck on block 8988 for over an hour now, is anyone else on that block?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 06, 2016, 11:48:25 PM
I think mines has froze I've been stuck on block 8988 for over an hour now, is anyone else on that block?

Restart the client.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 11:51:21 PM
I think mines has froze I've been stuck on block 8988 for over an hour now, is anyone else on that block?
will do thanks 😊


Restart the client.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cryptonoob312 on September 06, 2016, 11:52:18 PM
Is there anyone selling any? Any exchanges? This coin looks different than most.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 06, 2016, 11:58:25 PM
I think block is stuck at 9063?
mines is saying 9063 but isn't downloading 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 07, 2016, 12:06:36 AM
Is there anyone selling any? Any exchanges? This coin looks different than most.
I'll sell some for .002 BTC per Pascal


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: freakying99 on September 07, 2016, 05:58:33 AM
"No blockchain : No connection to check"

wallet broken or what ?

Open port 4004  8)

but it aint mining ....

Shut down the wallet and reopen it do a reset of computer if you opened your port. Do you have firewall blocking it?

aka windows firewall.

No. It is allowed in my firewall settings.

mining status : not mining
node status : alone in the world


i have same problem since launch dev said he will fix in next wallet release   

Good. So dev is mining a huge amount before anyone else & he will fix the errors later. Steeem dev scammer did the same thing.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 07, 2016, 06:51:07 AM
Good. So dev is mining a huge amount before anyone else & he will fix the errors later. Steeem dev scammer did the same thing.

Dev is restarting Application every time it stops (like everyone who mines Pascal Coin).
Also, dev is correcting bugs, but this is not easy and my time is gold, like everyone.

and ALSO all source is at GitHub and everyone can try to correct small bugs to mine and to publish a new build

Dev is no god, is a human person with 8 hours day working and family, like everyone  ;)

So... please be patient or help developing.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kokokoin on September 07, 2016, 07:05:49 AM
Mined all night and got one block. But now my wallet is 'alone in the world'.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: dbt1033 on September 07, 2016, 07:09:30 AM
Hashing at 4 mh/s... wish me luck :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: freakying99 on September 07, 2016, 07:24:11 AM
So... please be patient or help developing.
Sure, no one is bitching here but just posting facts.

i smell unfair distribution ,that's all.

release the working tech asap.
Thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 07, 2016, 08:41:46 AM
Hi everyone

A very important issue is that users must ensure his PC local time is Ok!

Some users are trying to connect to other nodes and will be refused if PC time is invalid. (+-180 seconds difference is maximum allowed to connect to another node)

If your time is invalid, your PC will be blacklisted within 2/3 hours  :o


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 07, 2016, 09:13:39 AM
Hi everyone

A very important issue is that users must ensure his PC local time is Ok!

Some users are trying to connect to other nodes and will be refused if PC time is invalid. (+-180 seconds difference is maximum allowed to connect to another node)

If your time is invalid, your PC will be blacklisted within 2/3 hours  :o
  I managed to mine 6 last night and my time isn't off because if it was off for more than 60 seconds my clef, authy wouldn't work so I know my time is bang on 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 07, 2016, 10:32:03 AM
So... please be patient or help developing.
Sure, no one is bitching here but just posting facts.

i smell unfair distribution ,that's all.

release the working tech asap.
Thanks

Mine is working fine, it's definately an issue on your end, there must be something blocking connection.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 07, 2016, 10:46:59 AM
So... please be patient or help developing.
Sure, no one is bitching here but just posting facts.

i smell unfair distribution ,that's all.

release the working tech asap.
Thanks

Mine is working fine, it's definately an issue on your end, there must be something blocking connection.

yeah i agree, granted there has been a few hick ups but it dose seem to sort its self out after a few restarts of the program or like impatient me and just reinstalled the program (remeber back up our wallet file:-)) and is working fine last block i mined was 9186


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bluewaters on September 07, 2016, 11:41:18 AM
Looks like we keep forking or somthing.
Mined last nite cpl blocks and now they are gone  ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cryptonoob312 on September 07, 2016, 12:30:27 PM
So... please be patient or help developing.
Sure, no one is bitching here but just posting facts.

i smell unfair distribution ,that's all.

release the working tech asap.
Thanks

Don't get mad at dev because you don't know how to open port 4004 properly.


Edit: sorry man didn't have my morning coffee yet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cryptonoob312 on September 07, 2016, 12:32:05 PM
Looks like we keep forking or somthing.
Mined last nite cpl blocks and now they are gone  ???

you just have to keep an eye on your wallet, to make sure you're not mining on your own fork.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 07, 2016, 05:08:56 PM
Is there anyone selling any? Any exchanges? This coin looks different than most.

I'm selling some at ฿0.0000035/coin ฿0.0000050/coin ฿0.0000105/coin if anyone is interested (new price as of 9/14/16).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 08, 2016, 02:59:21 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 08, 2016, 03:44:34 AM
I installed, the new version.
Still having connection issue, not mining and alone in the world...
And strangely, 100 coins vanished from my account...
In the explorer account, I had 2100 coins after making one 100 coins transaction. There is one transaction after that one, saying I received 100 coins from another account number, and the balance is now 2000... !?!? Both transaction were included in block 9226.

EDIT: It was the syncing problem. Now everything is ok


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 08, 2016, 04:20:11 AM
Is there anyone selling any? Any exchanges? This coin looks different than most.

I'm selling some at ฿0.0000035/coin ฿0.0000050/coin if anyone is interested.

pm me, am interested.

Are you going to keep the github up to date?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 08, 2016, 04:38:02 AM
Is there anyone selling any? Any exchanges? This coin looks different than most.

I'm selling some at ฿0.0000035/coin ฿0.0000050/coin if anyone is interested.

This is a legit seller, very smooth transaction. Can't believe a market is happening already for this coin  :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YClipse on September 08, 2016, 05:30:42 AM
Nevermind.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bluewaters on September 08, 2016, 06:47:19 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector

You should update github too so we can see what the updates are.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Pepe Le CPU on September 08, 2016, 06:48:34 AM
Is there anyone selling any? Any exchanges? This coin looks different than most.

I'm selling some at ฿0.0000035/coin ฿0.0000050/coin if anyone is interested.
This would give Pascal a market cap of around $3000, placing it around 328th place on coinmarketcap.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 08, 2016, 07:02:31 AM
how we see no balance his accounts ? and how to look at our accounts get block? please already running and get the block tell for how mining pascalcoin?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 08, 2016, 07:04:27 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector

Just updated the wallet and I will let it run and see what happens 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 08, 2016, 08:21:53 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 08, 2016, 09:21:14 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year
It's a real shame being a POW coin.
As usual just nice for a few big players, mining their asses of and dump then move on to a new coin.

@PascalCoin
You should seriously consider switching to POS, doing that makes it interesting for many users to stake and support the network, right now it's just a waist of time for average Joe.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Pepe Le CPU on September 08, 2016, 09:34:41 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year
It's a real shame being a POW coin.
As usual just nice for a few big players, mining their asses of and dump then move on to a new coin.

@PascalCoin
You should seriously consider switching to POS, doing that makes it interesting for many users to stake and support the network, right now it's just a waist of time for average Joe.

My 2 core laptop found 9 blocks last night.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 08, 2016, 09:52:43 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year
It's a real shame being a POW coin.
As usual just nice for a few big players, mining their asses of and dump then move on to a new coin.

@PascalCoin
You should seriously consider switching to POS, doing that makes it interesting for many users to stake and support the network, right now it's just a waist of time for average Joe.

My 2 core laptop found 9 blocks last night.


really what is your hashrate


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 08, 2016, 09:53:14 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year
It's a real shame being a POW coin.
As usual just nice for a few big players, mining their asses of and dump then move on to a new coin.

@PascalCoin
You should seriously consider switching to POS, doing that makes it interesting for many users to stake and support the network, right now it's just a waist of time for average Joe.



i support any coin with new algorithm as POW


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 08, 2016, 09:58:36 AM
how we can see the account we get block? no tutorial for using pascal coin through youtube , or something else? This is a very secret coin for his use ? >:( ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 08, 2016, 10:25:01 AM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year
It's a real shame being a POW coin.
As usual just nice for a few big players, mining their asses of and dump then move on to a new coin.

@PascalCoin
You should seriously consider switching to POS, doing that makes it interesting for many users to stake and support the network, right now it's just a waist of time for average Joe.

My 2 core laptop found 9 blocks last night.

i agree i'm only using a intel core 2 quad suppose to be 2.3 but is only producing 1.8 so i'm finding blocks on a normal computer lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 08, 2016, 02:55:39 PM
how we can see the account we get block? no tutorial for using pascal coin through youtube , or something else? This is a very secret coin for his use ? >:( ???

Sorry. This is not a secret, simply this is a new coin with a new user interface style... no tutorial for now... perhaps somebody wants to help?  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 08, 2016, 02:57:25 PM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector

You should update github too so we can see what the updates are.

Of course.
Github is updated: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Happy mining!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: JadeSnail on September 08, 2016, 03:28:04 PM
Read the whitepaper.
What does this mean?

"PascalCoin provides a method set by protocol to retrieve coins that are not used instead (lost key). "
Do you lose your coins after a period of inactivity?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mgrover on September 08, 2016, 03:46:34 PM
is the coin will be listed in exchange


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 08, 2016, 03:47:15 PM
Read the whitepaper.
What does this mean?

"PascalCoin provides a method set by protocol to retrieve coins that are not used instead (lost key). "
Do you lose your coins after a period of inactivity?
Yes. 420480 blocks of inactivity (aprox 4 years) miner who wins the block wins also unused balance as a reward fee.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: JadeSnail on September 08, 2016, 06:16:22 PM
Read the whitepaper.
What does this mean?

"PascalCoin provides a method set by protocol to retrieve coins that are not used instead (lost key). "
Do you lose your coins after a period of inactivity?
Yes. 420480 blocks of inactivity (aprox 4 years) miner who wins the block wins also unused balance as a reward fee.

I sure hope there are warnings that tell you before this happens. People who hold their coins in cold storage could otherwise have unpleasant surprises.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 08, 2016, 07:30:34 PM
is anyone else having problems connecting first i get 9 connections then it turns to 1 connection meaning i cant mine, then i restart the wallet mine one block (9592) with 4 connections and now i'm back down to 1 connection, so now i cant mine but i can be a node lol and did everyone remove 1.0.2 before installing 1.0.3 because my node list dose say everyone is on a (old version), because when i installed 1.0.3 at first it never removed 1.0.2 i had to remove both and start again with 1.0.3, just in case its still 1.0.2 thats running and your thinking it 1.0.3. Or is it just me this is happening to? lol 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 08, 2016, 11:27:16 PM
New Build available at Source Forge. (Build 1.0.3)

After a hard work, it seems that this new build is stable and mines more good.

You can download installer from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.3.0 - 2016-09-08
--------------------------
- Important changes to database
- Peer cache
- Issues with Connections
- More stable
- Miner key selector
- Invalid local time detector


at last after 1 month of trying ... i can report my wallet is connected to chain .. i hope it stay like that   8)

and seem so late .. nethash in massive prob gpu-miner .. im not finding a block with 2m hash in a million year



edit seem yeah i still having troubles with wallet mining / connection to chain only works for 5 min

Code:
09/09/2016 01:23:02.494 MAIN:00003068 [Update] <TPCBank> Clear Bank
09/09/2016 01:23:02.510 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCBank> Clear Bank
09/09/2016 01:23:02.628 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCBank> Clear Bank
09/09/2016 01:23:02.801 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNetServer> Closing server
09/09/2016 01:23:04.705 TID:00002ED4 [Info] <TPCBank> Start restoring from disk operations (Max 4294967295) Orphan:
09/09/2016 01:23:04.715 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9500 nOnce:12800385 timestamp:1473326601 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9501000000=9501000000 PoW:00000000674CD4CDAC9F3ED72ADE557126CE5E8A531A1BAAB19FAC6FAB712CFE Operations previous Safe Box hash:C403067008DCE84C4808A29DD96B5EB755FCBAE33EDEC1FC31BC495D47F9C972 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:82F543CD4CC87F2532709DE733353D6E128CE826661D886A68DEE4C66CC10B00
09/09/2016 01:23:04.726 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9501 nOnce:32745867 timestamp:1473326754 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9502000000=9502000000 PoW:0000000080C6DBDA1B5240B66C4E961EC0A4C1F69566028305E504B185D14BED Operations previous Safe Box hash:82F543CD4CC87F2532709DE733353D6E128CE826661D886A68DEE4C66CC10B00 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:F402D835C0DF35833EF0979199DEE49E91DC7AE971BB1C62902477BC236D6FED
09/09/2016 01:23:04.736 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9502 nOnce:48240106 timestamp:1473326898 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9503000000=9503000000 PoW:0000000056F4F4255D1B090BC4D07F63C413B6664985B97521E7D1A811EB82FD Operations previous Safe Box hash:F402D835C0DF35833EF0979199DEE49E91DC7AE971BB1C62902477BC236D6FED Future old Safe Box hash for next block:5D66BAB9110B1321D9F29EB0C219051A601429D85C5457F6110D0C8B844DCA19
09/09/2016 01:23:04.746 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9503 nOnce:54601512 timestamp:1473327131 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9504000000=9504000000 PoW:000000001F2DBF6E7785312645DF6ED7A7C744A650B40906CD92819614FB0B4F Operations previous Safe Box hash:5D66BAB9110B1321D9F29EB0C219051A601429D85C5457F6110D0C8B844DCA19 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:0F2FF298767C77EEAF2DE1D9291D02365675A18FCBC53A6B63894AB672B7208A
09/09/2016 01:23:04.756 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9504 nOnce:23179221 timestamp:1473327268 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9505000000=9505000000 PoW:000000002BC10CD8750EA47E040583C6736BC7DC1FA30BD58013259BF153ED3A Operations previous Safe Box hash:0F2FF298767C77EEAF2DE1D9291D02365675A18FCBC53A6B63894AB672B7208A Future old Safe Box hash for next block:CF9F307F8E10E19EBCC1CF670095B0BE3E1AA4DC4000EABDC187573FAED24052
09/09/2016 01:23:04.766 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9505 nOnce:1915382 timestamp:1473327287 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9506000000=9506000000 PoW:000000003843E1D2638D8E3253B8E55F93E2F93DFC43D02E328FCAA0E4F8FD3C Operations previous Safe Box hash:CF9F307F8E10E19EBCC1CF670095B0BE3E1AA4DC4000EABDC187573FAED24052 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:CE96318B4B92A6383F065EEE66A103C8FE22AFA3C6DAA891F49D77E038DA71B3
09/09/2016 01:23:04.776 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9506 nOnce:36442168 timestamp:1473327443 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9507000000=9507000000 PoW:000000000DFDC44D3250E85FE5B61A2A4E4A13CF113E8C5D524257D8B0AB5635 Operations previous Safe Box hash:CE96318B4B92A6383F065EEE66A103C8FE22AFA3C6DAA891F49D77E038DA71B3 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:E49D1E353301FA7FF8C577CA6ACAC0696C8024E2D269DB0DFA5080C2BA4A42CE
09/09/2016 01:23:04.786 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9507 nOnce:1191247386 timestamp:1473327797 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9508000000=9508000000 PoW:000000002419C56CE388E87FA219248D3A32A5DF3923824D1DCF7B36DDE189BE Operations previous Safe Box hash:E49D1E353301FA7FF8C577CA6ACAC0696C8024E2D269DB0DFA5080C2BA4A42CE Future old Safe Box hash for next block:A98FA0F3537F94CDE23EDD398964F50340A64EE194BD196E02B1D54416BB679E
09/09/2016 01:23:04.797 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9508 nOnce:4483882 timestamp:1473327811 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9509000000=9509000000 PoW:0000000059120559560E7E9536ACA5769A24937E06702F0F770713680DAE0AEC Operations previous Safe Box hash:A98FA0F3537F94CDE23EDD398964F50340A64EE194BD196E02B1D54416BB679E Future old Safe Box hash for next block:68013EB396128532A41AB0A6A934C881974A14AA9ED4D99FC7766403B5F0B04D
09/09/2016 01:23:04.808 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9509 nOnce:58902944 timestamp:1473328182 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9510000000=9510000000 PoW:000000006BF9630AF8EB8629953BF55B4ABB54FE80EE42A93FC6497E316C2496 Operations previous Safe Box hash:68013EB396128532A41AB0A6A934C881974A14AA9ED4D99FC7766403B5F0B04D Future old Safe Box hash for next block:C9B9C9BAE22F867553205801FC2B0D92FA96AFE4DE29B8D5702676C2558C4669
09/09/2016 01:23:04.818 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9510 nOnce:670359835 timestamp:1473328968 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9511000000=9511000000 PoW:000000002241FA1F63050D64930D991FEF5C26CA31BD1D8D3535554179D6D5DD Operations previous Safe Box hash:C9B9C9BAE22F867553205801FC2B0D92FA96AFE4DE29B8D5702676C2558C4669 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:DAA3A07B5187DE0E77CFF3F28AC9066037C995DF3FD42852F7DB918EF4DF1449
09/09/2016 01:23:04.828 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9511 nOnce:50351111 timestamp:1473329221 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9512000000=9512000000 PoW:00000000565AADD61DC7CDAB48596B286F6919D34781FF96D46FF98E142FA589 Operations previous Safe Box hash:DAA3A07B5187DE0E77CFF3F28AC9066037C995DF3FD42852F7DB918EF4DF1449 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:B0CDEC4B025CC2DFEA664901E5E9DE112026B70682B4030BED09FBFD4C67AD59
09/09/2016 01:23:04.839 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9512 nOnce:79734040 timestamp:1473330013 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9513000000=9513000000 PoW:000000002CE990674E425F27D91ADB9D8EC45D402D25C9CB31967BC6E19C516F Operations previous Safe Box hash:B0CDEC4B025CC2DFEA664901E5E9DE112026B70682B4030BED09FBFD4C67AD59 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:CCF437C5D1632DA494FC2178ED47E13CFF46D468F6A35432AE679FE0391109F4
09/09/2016 01:23:04.852 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9513 nOnce:95484126 timestamp:1473330395 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9514000000=9514000000 PoW:0000000061248D21C137A0506466B448D739B654BD02094B0B117D3D65F9EE78 Operations previous Safe Box hash:CCF437C5D1632DA494FC2178ED47E13CFF46D468F6A35432AE679FE0391109F4 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:C6D51C918BE634CF1F30797BF79E0C6AD140E39B33986A5824ED462709C398CE
09/09/2016 01:23:04.863 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9514 nOnce:135756046 timestamp:1473330726 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9515000000=9515000000 PoW:00000000132328A9442AFEE08DD24E174A8C0183817B06A333F0A19E6D7AD151 Operations previous Safe Box hash:C6D51C918BE634CF1F30797BF79E0C6AD140E39B33986A5824ED462709C398CE Future old Safe Box hash for next block:7E7279539656C1C10E78DC1E5D8C1E8EC2C3BEC90926EEDA9D3FD3367F7EEA7A
09/09/2016 01:23:04.872 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9515 nOnce:39067249 timestamp:1473330934 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9516000000=9516000000 PoW:0000000004F9CFAF441BE9C819A828070B47DDFE17C5C3C02D6D2875666CD8A1 Operations previous Safe Box hash:7E7279539656C1C10E78DC1E5D8C1E8EC2C3BEC90926EEDA9D3FD3367F7EEA7A Future old Safe Box hash for next block:7D42BA9D7F72B1800A3B4BB2A9DCF6CD19DDB1176B5AF0CF692715858DB10F14
09/09/2016 01:23:04.882 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9516 nOnce:68419959 timestamp:1473331467 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9517000000=9517000000 PoW:000000006C0E1FEE4AA2992B3FF296A17EF1823695E6214D618A2DAE152DB6D0 Operations previous Safe Box hash:7D42BA9D7F72B1800A3B4BB2A9DCF6CD19DDB1176B5AF0CF692715858DB10F14 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:15BA786D0D5F1E90E687B81AB7DDFAAEF71653C60AA72869904835B73754FFA6
09/09/2016 01:23:04.891 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9517 nOnce:42689870 timestamp:1473331703 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9518000000=9518000000 PoW:000000006EFA9FCAC86010D14525B817B1BEF18070C96A8ADA4FD7A717796D00 Operations previous Safe Box hash:15BA786D0D5F1E90E687B81AB7DDFAAEF71653C60AA72869904835B73754FFA6 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:C0DBE72A0DF52B13569D159DB1934C2E728A1C98783515D479FDE3946003DFAD
09/09/2016 01:23:04.902 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9518 nOnce:28703043 timestamp:1473331916 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9519000000=9519000000 PoW:000000003BA59132AEB32EB9B2C7A5EA579AB144862CADEDED47D9630D0F0E28 Operations previous Safe Box hash:C0DBE72A0DF52B13569D159DB1934C2E728A1C98783515D479FDE3946003DFAD Future old Safe Box hash for next block:D3826242AB4DDA47437EE738F5F31213FB1EBE483C37D5BD8C5C828F64C1A56F
09/09/2016 01:23:04.911 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9519 nOnce:116264362 timestamp:1473332099 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9520000000=9520000000 PoW:00000000275A72BFBDDB7038BFF1965EDA16C2374C8A56A615F61A2C790F1443 Operations previous Safe Box hash:D3826242AB4DDA47437EE738F5F31213FB1EBE483C37D5BD8C5C828F64C1A56F Future old Safe Box hash for next block:263C7F9DC316527941BDB32E8923EA875112C7F59510EFB617B04D4F5B1375E3
09/09/2016 01:23:04.922 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9520 nOnce:393776 timestamp:1473332105 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9521000000=9521000000 PoW:000000003300C40CA64C28CEB7B5AA01469F25BFFA7B6D83F94C2FDB8FC9A710 Operations previous Safe Box hash:263C7F9DC316527941BDB32E8923EA875112C7F59510EFB617B04D4F5B1375E3 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:D4956D860EFB4275B7ACDC442F4AC480C66D236A7418DE5CF88822B05DD077CC
09/09/2016 01:23:04.931 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9521 nOnce:49474018 timestamp:1473332386 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9522000000=9522000000 PoW:000000000BD7F44261B259F300A52A28CCEC4A437C6ED2927154BD8562FD7FFF Operations previous Safe Box hash:D4956D860EFB4275B7ACDC442F4AC480C66D236A7418DE5CF88822B05DD077CC Future old Safe Box hash for next block:C16FA802F687B2B8392DC6EF5D97B59089241DBC8C09046275032857FB20233C
09/09/2016 01:23:04.941 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9522 nOnce:62928910 timestamp:1473332419 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9523000000=9523000000 PoW:00000000306EEF49D1BD09FCD641E9612F888003BCBE780FD47AF2CC8AB7A2D6 Operations previous Safe Box hash:C16FA802F687B2B8392DC6EF5D97B59089241DBC8C09046275032857FB20233C Future old Safe Box hash for next block:BA7F2713D90F6B3F44532A159308102B2EB697153B9BE0C1D548F45F56580168
09/09/2016 01:23:04.953 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9523 nOnce:62546130 timestamp:1473332664 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9524000000=9524000000 PoW:0000000050D7C59498641E0F3BC30C19A5AD17824ABE74482173306A0267D79A Operations previous Safe Box hash:BA7F2713D90F6B3F44532A159308102B2EB697153B9BE0C1D548F45F56580168 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:1B6098A0A6A1D955C7B0CEFD96FB39CFA3DD95A5D3D8176CEEEE1143174BF012
09/09/2016 01:23:04.963 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9524 nOnce:187405787 timestamp:1473333246 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9525000000=9525000000 PoW:00000000338D87DC29009B6382163608D03F5027735CEDE3B85F55FEDE649850 Operations previous Safe Box hash:1B6098A0A6A1D955C7B0CEFD96FB39CFA3DD95A5D3D8176CEEEE1143174BF012 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:D2CE00E90397EB336373A006257E244D5EAAEE6E80BA7BA54E52B2E3B81A4FA7
09/09/2016 01:23:04.973 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9525 nOnce:13898994 timestamp:1473333315 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9526000000=9526000000 PoW:00000000219FAF387F53DCE1809061731BAF9F6B1EBC163CF909CE8557210B95 Operations previous Safe Box hash:D2CE00E90397EB336373A006257E244D5EAAEE6E80BA7BA54E52B2E3B81A4FA7 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:35D745FE737BEF93C65D2674B9FF9789D0989732E474C0843C0CBF822F213D77
09/09/2016 01:23:04.983 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9526 nOnce:53181076 timestamp:1473333639 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9527000000=9527000000 PoW:00000000386373F3913490210AAB63C0C2E11BCEE9210B747D20A7D5761E07D5 Operations previous Safe Box hash:35D745FE737BEF93C65D2674B9FF9789D0989732E474C0843C0CBF822F213D77 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:7CA990ED706E8C1B692600B77AB0D5CCE46E1C190825552D3FFBAF369FFD1B95
09/09/2016 01:23:04.993 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9527 nOnce:24009579 timestamp:1473333895 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9528000000=9528000000 PoW:000000001A93E810F47380F076F1E0AB7737F21FA6ABA5C87F1AFC109917A89C Operations previous Safe Box hash:7CA990ED706E8C1B692600B77AB0D5CCE46E1C190825552D3FFBAF369FFD1B95 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:AED41E2CAE9B67B85E1FC3B6E8ADDED106B31D9B880E6EAABADEFF14800CB5A7
09/09/2016 01:23:05.002 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9528 nOnce:47613598 timestamp:1473334014 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9529000000=9529000000 PoW:0000000065F99C12F1224022107CC6D4FF73EDFECF0D23CCE8D85CD013CC07CD Operations previous Safe Box hash:AED41E2CAE9B67B85E1FC3B6E8ADDED106B31D9B880E6EAABADEFF14800CB5A7 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:F01680F0A4B1B892A197B5F44446C11A57D784A1917978B7349E78B7B6A06EFB
09/09/2016 01:23:05.012 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9529 nOnce:260764169 timestamp:1473334664 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9530000000=9530000000 PoW:0000000071D8F3154D558311858B44EAAC593B5C9FEF46BB7E8D8E42A0CD7E24 Operations previous Safe Box hash:F01680F0A4B1B892A197B5F44446C11A57D784A1917978B7349E78B7B6A06EFB Future old Safe Box hash for next block:A7D24CFD04E14156179179A2A10D9CACBAB00927B970750712F0FBFEFAD4D002
09/09/2016 01:23:05.022 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9530 nOnce:67027889 timestamp:1473335177 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9531000000=9531000000 PoW:0000000002DA9CC90A5E134C6965F84798E0EAB894BDF03CCDBE0A65FCD896D0 Operations previous Safe Box hash:A7D24CFD04E14156179179A2A10D9CACBAB00927B970750712F0FBFEFAD4D002 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:10587586F4CD3F906ED1AA46C937E9D2E8C190976D026866230D79E2EBA89885
09/09/2016 01:23:05.032 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9531 nOnce:13573971 timestamp:1473335230 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9532000000=9532000000 PoW:000000005E1FEF0E006A58AF6C7D6634FD55AC2ECBF03C95882839F13E0C27F2 Operations previous Safe Box hash:10587586F4CD3F906ED1AA46C937E9D2E8C190976D026866230D79E2EBA89885 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:419950FEF39D16F9B8FE9F283D8A374168851C57169BF297C093C5DBE644E9F3
09/09/2016 01:23:05.042 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9532 nOnce:85829798 timestamp:1473335616 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9533000000=9533000000 PoW:0000000038130DB6DD0A0FAE58CE72AF926979CF1E166B260427D06D4C6EAD44 Operations previous Safe Box hash:419950FEF39D16F9B8FE9F283D8A374168851C57169BF297C093C5DBE644E9F3 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:78C6314E68804E5473E268165FBC3C195DF69104D81DBC3D9C25F5F1805B4760
09/09/2016 01:23:05.051 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9533 nOnce:38304750 timestamp:1473335844 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9534000000=9534000000 PoW:000000000D7D789EDCCC73E9A59067A4F943CB37DFD908ED1CE597E1C8C2ED73 Operations previous Safe Box hash:78C6314E68804E5473E268165FBC3C195DF69104D81DBC3D9C25F5F1805B4760 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:40413B0FE19D3AC586C98140867554643EDB18E4B73910B6A7B6511DB79AACE5
09/09/2016 01:23:05.061 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9534 nOnce:92587416 timestamp:1473336468 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9535000000=9535000000 PoW:000000001A37683614826DD95E9E5B6D0E1A079BB8012F775947DE97D98ACD1A Operations previous Safe Box hash:40413B0FE19D3AC586C98140867554643EDB18E4B73910B6A7B6511DB79AACE5 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:DBB61DDA27F81A9C704DD1D50311917E530B044CB746E8CCB0A5ECB984A6118E
09/09/2016 01:23:05.071 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9535 nOnce:35890165 timestamp:1473336572 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9536000000=9536000000 PoW:0000000062F034AA8E6BC41CDFE4F7907C8DF43DFBD676C529526ED42BC651B2 Operations previous Safe Box hash:DBB61DDA27F81A9C704DD1D50311917E530B044CB746E8CCB0A5ECB984A6118E Future old Safe Box hash for next block:41178C4451457F38C0084046C4C8DE47172F504FBD87B9F723E9035B5E006FBC
09/09/2016 01:23:05.081 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9536 nOnce:18835442 timestamp:1473336707 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9537000000=9537000000 PoW:000000000270F074BECD9764A4BDC0C007525F86C30D062C6CC4B70AF43EF376 Operations previous Safe Box hash:41178C4451457F38C0084046C4C8DE47172F504FBD87B9F723E9035B5E006FBC Future old Safe Box hash for next block:A91D47D0AC06FB437DBBC00AF1866C21C6E3239DAE64D6BB184B4DC5BA2F37CA
09/09/2016 01:23:05.090 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9537 nOnce:118573734 timestamp:1473337363 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9538000000=9538000000 PoW:0000000053F639E8663ABCA7B2A1B773C5836FFDAE82781DBE3F4A04B86928FE Operations previous Safe Box hash:A91D47D0AC06FB437DBBC00AF1866C21C6E3239DAE64D6BB184B4DC5BA2F37CA Future old Safe Box hash for next block:05D435595F6C7BABCB0D482848EB7A1EDA349FCBB16053E2D4D85BBABF087A46
09/09/2016 01:23:05.100 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9538 nOnce:52967160 timestamp:1473337447 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9539000000=9539000000 PoW:000000002452F426D1A71C9BFC079B2410B74BCA9DBD6166710779895C4B60A4 Operations previous Safe Box hash:05D435595F6C7BABCB0D482848EB7A1EDA349FCBB16053E2D4D85BBABF087A46 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:2507EA049FD4289BEABD5F79C10DB1C1330FF20F102C4B9D27E12152A97C6AA7
09/09/2016 01:23:05.110 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9539 nOnce:39729486 timestamp:1473337947 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9540000000=9540000000 PoW:000000001C955EDB9DCD5CC2F41C83572306ACE579261E342485DD49984FE4A9 Operations previous Safe Box hash:2507EA049FD4289BEABD5F79C10DB1C1330FF20F102C4B9D27E12152A97C6AA7 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:D4314E3A6C87541B15A33BF19AD1259C1D6D0786C17ACF5EE2B6B725FFECF087
09/09/2016 01:23:05.120 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9540 nOnce:16331220 timestamp:1473338418 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9541000000=9541000000 PoW:000000003246A6DEA76681E50F97645803AFAF612728464B892DEB103EBB0E8E Operations previous Safe Box hash:D4314E3A6C87541B15A33BF19AD1259C1D6D0786C17ACF5EE2B6B725FFECF087 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:43E20FC10CDB2020C53B89608754C48CAADA0643E353226BB3E54E35794443DE
09/09/2016 01:23:05.129 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9541 nOnce:93865732 timestamp:1473338653 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9542000000=9542000000 PoW:00000000422CFFFB2D14DE4DA79861FE8717708157D8D7BC763D25B918DB34F9 Operations previous Safe Box hash:43E20FC10CDB2020C53B89608754C48CAADA0643E353226BB3E54E35794443DE Future old Safe Box hash for next block:77B1D7FDF69F3AB86C7DA3C82A3DC2AA370CB76725DF99F006EE458F18AAC738
09/09/2016 01:23:05.139 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9542 nOnce:114209782 timestamp:1473338806 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9543000000=9543000000 PoW:000000003C89D2B3ECC07BA07EC0DE86BFF4F9675162489D7D6996A170A5057A Operations previous Safe Box hash:77B1D7FDF69F3AB86C7DA3C82A3DC2AA370CB76725DF99F006EE458F18AAC738 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:5B5DE5A42C40F7949231B26F26C2CE1BEA7A778E8CCC65631DC10989105DAD1F
09/09/2016 01:23:05.149 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9543 nOnce:47451023 timestamp:1473339491 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9544000000=9544000000 PoW:000000000EE13654DE3432938B35F652723C0553C409D0174F2FE1CA2426D4C3 Operations previous Safe Box hash:5B5DE5A42C40F7949231B26F26C2CE1BEA7A778E8CCC65631DC10989105DAD1F Future old Safe Box hash for next block:56F9007ABD65404E2385440684E69022998FAA9408EDF78595EE0A16BD249BC3
09/09/2016 01:23:05.160 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9544 nOnce:53747931 timestamp:1473339851 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9545000000=9545000000 PoW:0000000024D78E59ED177F1D93221B8F938C9BA293A9A4EDCDABED20A9320033 Operations previous Safe Box hash:56F9007ABD65404E2385440684E69022998FAA9408EDF78595EE0A16BD249BC3 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:46606E59187DB8B364DE2680B6F5ACBAF4EAEEDE3FD925489956A9AAB05793C7
09/09/2016 01:23:05.170 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9545 nOnce:145123738 timestamp:1473340644 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9546000000=9546000000 PoW:0000000009FBC94315801249E99B12D86CA39AFC9BBCFF48EE943F2179662A6F Operations previous Safe Box hash:46606E59187DB8B364DE2680B6F5ACBAF4EAEEDE3FD925489956A9AAB05793C7 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:AF1EFB1B0626BD3E95025BA612D0F6CDFB098D408E7C3F9F91815C583860DD46
09/09/2016 01:23:05.180 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9546 nOnce:135364220 timestamp:1473341363 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9547000000=9547000000 PoW:0000000063FB9B7E9C7C9425BBB78B83C150BCA1806587748ABE41A6555F1074 Operations previous Safe Box hash:AF1EFB1B0626BD3E95025BA612D0F6CDFB098D408E7C3F9F91815C583860DD46 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:40AC877D2C0DCD7EF190D46B40E33E40DEFFDF106ECC23B14881CA6FFD7A856C
09/09/2016 01:23:05.190 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9547 nOnce:134648 timestamp:1473341364 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9548000000=9548000000 PoW:000000005153CCBAFFC0F433F46D594414EC0964154CB4348F0551DD39261472 Operations previous Safe Box hash:40AC877D2C0DCD7EF190D46B40E33E40DEFFDF106ECC23B14881CA6FFD7A856C Future old Safe Box hash for next block:4FECE663EF178641A152EF4D309A66FE484C229CF5B610E7B164C10F4DCF5290
09/09/2016 01:23:05.200 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9548 nOnce:178626644 timestamp:1473342387 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9549000000=9549000000 PoW:000000002F070A3D7A7FE6CF285F1A65567127AC71E3BE5D503CA074F74BF7FF Operations previous Safe Box hash:4FECE663EF178641A152EF4D309A66FE484C229CF5B610E7B164C10F4DCF5290 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:609BB857851C3B1CFB088D5823668A1460AABA85BD8F3B082065CC2549366C8B
09/09/2016 01:23:05.209 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9549 nOnce:38095699 timestamp:1473343383 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9550000000=9550000000 PoW:00000000584C3DD6702DAD7DF3FD2C23D6567E73B9DBCBC49DC4373E597ECA10 Operations previous Safe Box hash:609BB857851C3B1CFB088D5823668A1460AABA85BD8F3B082065CC2549366C8B Future old Safe Box hash for next block:92E0B02A84880D80081C5062BA640C3E9DEE7DBA3C0B9D6B6A91D14AEDEFDBCC
09/09/2016 01:23:05.245 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9550 nOnce:24331605 timestamp:1473343484 Operations:19 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9551000000=9551000000 PoW:000000001A3D35E530660BA4A3561D477E49C350613FE3EC54B6EDA05FFCE43B Operations previous Safe Box hash:92E0B02A84880D80081C5062BA640C3E9DEE7DBA3C0B9D6B6A91D14AEDEFDBCC Future old Safe Box hash for next block:D5F96EDCC005FDE10CC0F087D104EB314932335AB79BFCD29B61DD64561DABD2
09/09/2016 01:23:05.255 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9551 nOnce:7792437 timestamp:1473343540 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9552000000=9552000000 PoW:000000004D33A847EB260EC0706DFB5A690A60397307D331CB90CD4E254E447B Operations previous Safe Box hash:D5F96EDCC005FDE10CC0F087D104EB314932335AB79BFCD29B61DD64561DABD2 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:4129D6818BE3B5ECE8A1E0EC60A700267D269753B6BD2D435EF6950CFDA33414
09/09/2016 01:23:05.265 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9552 nOnce:25773791 timestamp:1473343756 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9553000000=9553000000 PoW:00000000581E3D89B681F46098A72F0CDC0470DE794374C0C699DE542B5586D0 Operations previous Safe Box hash:4129D6818BE3B5ECE8A1E0EC60A700267D269753B6BD2D435EF6950CFDA33414 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:AB40E7CBE9F419A8E82B32364F490ECF5F007958F0363FF84FF17AF0E9B72038
09/09/2016 01:23:05.275 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9553 nOnce:101657714 timestamp:1473344026 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9554000000=9554000000 PoW:00000000166BD754C227DDFFD2DB3E0DA019B26BA5ED5EB162487E602C83F16F Operations previous Safe Box hash:AB40E7CBE9F419A8E82B32364F490ECF5F007958F0363FF84FF17AF0E9B72038 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:4F4E10D463939566452772F342D080B25A4D79A07966087BB987FE845017B8EB
09/09/2016 01:23:05.285 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9554 nOnce:22484017 timestamp:1473344153 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9555000000=9555000000 PoW:0000000049A0C54D2B9609220F0798A265BFF3C67E25189216B643C8D28EE52F Operations previous Safe Box hash:4F4E10D463939566452772F342D080B25A4D79A07966087BB987FE845017B8EB Future old Safe Box hash for next block:C3B278980E517A466C2757D75F7FD7EFE6FB43D251CEFE01A9CD4EE2CFE2D73D
09/09/2016 01:23:05.294 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9555 nOnce:16405063 timestamp:1473344163 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9556000000=9556000000 PoW:0000000016EAC3172329137C9C6D1F4E85CAEDDA2049269CEB1B550CC32AEC74 Operations previous Safe Box hash:C3B278980E517A466C2757D75F7FD7EFE6FB43D251CEFE01A9CD4EE2CFE2D73D Future old Safe Box hash for next block:351326951EC01C9DB5D0D8FEAD6786DF0A784E58DAB82BC26EF002F81CB53625
09/09/2016 01:23:05.306 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9556 nOnce:67180162 timestamp:1473344397 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9557000000=9557000000 PoW:00000000570666E3E7F840543206770840F968C892074AD57784A79C5F20F57A Operations previous Safe Box hash:351326951EC01C9DB5D0D8FEAD6786DF0A784E58DAB82BC26EF002F81CB53625 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:928459A03796C188727805EFFBE39B88895C22A7BE868FB6C0BC1A45D00E24BB
09/09/2016 01:23:05.315 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9557 nOnce:90201428 timestamp:1473344626 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9558000000=9558000000 PoW:00000000420B00B57C5F36C54A2965C9C93090ED54AD7ED553E4CAC236A95829 Operations previous Safe Box hash:928459A03796C188727805EFFBE39B88895C22A7BE868FB6C0BC1A45D00E24BB Future old Safe Box hash for next block:C773AC7EB1DB7E18C399C6676A66A4272D4C86037B164129CB7149DA0AE3CC3F
09/09/2016 01:23:05.326 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9558 nOnce:66870728 timestamp:1473345369 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9559000000=9559000000 PoW:000000001E9FE0D8869B2E997A8215B6D591F3DC5428EB75B970C9166A7F0715 Operations previous Safe Box hash:C773AC7EB1DB7E18C399C6676A66A4272D4C86037B164129CB7149DA0AE3CC3F Future old Safe Box hash for next block:58D5D4E06CA4C61AB241BCCF5F21A33A66BC3FEE4E6C59F6C7C64B8DB87B7909
09/09/2016 01:23:05.339 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9559 nOnce:62314952 timestamp:1473345872 Operations:2 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9560000000=9560000000 PoW:000000004AD887150AF90E0437DBA672F38C8DCD9B9EDCCB05DC8437C60A8187 Operations previous Safe Box hash:58D5D4E06CA4C61AB241BCCF5F21A33A66BC3FEE4E6C59F6C7C64B8DB87B7909 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:5B30491995C946FD9B79C80CAA79F5C2C11A1ED7AC05773EB673CB4C32582596
09/09/2016 01:23:05.351 TID:00002ED4 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:9560 nOnce:172051569 timestamp:1473346417 Operations:2 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:9561000000=9561000000 PoW:0000000053A6AF0652714455C9A113BDA0A7F9639F299614CABE42B17EA36FA2 Operations previous Safe Box hash:5B30491995C946FD9B79C80CAA79F5C2C11A1ED7AC05773EB673CB4C32582596 Future old Safe Box hash for next block:E83330E9E14F3FDD1337956AE4BB6FD35C428C6AC1FFE8368684EBB657FA44F2
09/09/2016 01:23:05.354 TID:00002ED4 [Info] <TPCBank> End restoring from disk operations (Max 4294967295) Orphan:
09/09/2016 01:23:05.355 TID:00002ED4 [Info] <TNetServer> Activating server on port 4004
09/09/2016 01:23:05.363 TID:00002ED4 [Info] <TNetData> Allready discovering servers...
09/09/2016 01:23:05.555 TID:00002EF4 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 155.94.222.14:4005
09/09/2016 01:23:05.621 TID:00003718 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 24.56.61.247:4004
09/09/2016 01:23:05.630 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNode> Creating a new miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.630 TID:000020B8 [Info] <TMinerThread> New miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.638 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNode> Creating a new miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.638 TID:00002050 [Info] <TMinerThread> New miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.714 TID:00002474 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004
09/09/2016 01:23:05.722 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNode> Creating a new miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.722 TID:00000D38 [Info] <TMinerThread> New miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.725 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNode> Creating a new miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.725 TID:00001374 [Info] <TMinerThread> New miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.735 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNode> Creating a new miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.735 TID:000020E8 [Info] <TMinerThread> New miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.738 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TNode> Creating a new miner
09/09/2016 01:23:05.739 TID:000005DC [Info] <TMinerThread> New miner
09/09/2016 01:24:05.825 TID:00003708 [Error] <TNetClient> Pending requests without response... closing connection to 24.56.61.247:4004 > Op:HELLO Id:4 - Op:HELLO Id:2 -
09/09/2016 01:24:05.825 TID:00003708 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from 24.56.61.247:4004
09/09/2016 01:24:05.919 TID:00002A08 [Error] <TNetClient> Pending requests without response... closing connection to pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 > Op:HELLO Id:5 - Op:HELLO Id:3 -
09/09/2016 01:24:05.919 TID:00002A08 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004
09/09/2016 01:24:05.929 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TFRMWallet> Stoping miner
09/09/2016 01:24:05.929 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TFRMWallet> Stoping miner
09/09/2016 01:24:05.929 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TFRMWallet> Stoping miner
09/09/2016 01:24:05.929 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TFRMWallet> Stoping miner
09/09/2016 01:24:05.929 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TFRMWallet> Stoping miner
09/09/2016 01:24:05.929 MAIN:00003068 [Info] <TFRMWallet> Stoping miner
09/09/2016 01:25:05.706 TID:00000C98 [Error] <TNetClient> Pending requests without response... closing connection to 155.94.222.14:4005 > Op:HELLO Id:6 - Op:HELLO Id:1 -
09/09/2016 01:25:05.706 TID:00000C98 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from 155.94.222.14:4005


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 08, 2016, 11:58:22 PM
i connected and  sent 756kb to the server and got the "Alone in the world..." sign  ;D ;D ;D

edit: just connected lol

and again kicked lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 09, 2016, 12:13:11 AM
still...

Quote
node status: alone in the world


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 09, 2016, 01:09:32 AM
got one wallet stuck at block 9674 and the other one at block 9301, each time I restart the wallets, this is where they get stuck...

Edit: uninstalled the first wallet, and reinstalled it, and now it's stuck at block 9301 also !!

Edit 2: Even copied the pascalcoinB03.mdb from another working wallet, but they both get stuck and cannot synchronize past the last block included in the database...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 09, 2016, 01:36:48 AM
i imagine linux support comes with lazarus? tried running everything with wine and it install fine, ran into an error on launch


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: FiniteAxis on September 09, 2016, 01:50:23 AM
Works fine for me. Takes a while to find a block.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Badman0316 on September 09, 2016, 02:04:21 AM
how to connect?
No connection in blockchain :-\


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: winters03 on September 09, 2016, 02:19:58 AM
So it doesn't have a historical ledger? I'd be curious how it prevents double spending.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 09, 2016, 02:20:19 AM
i'm connected but every now and then it disconnects and i have to restart the client to reconnect


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 09, 2016, 02:48:42 AM
i'm connected but every now and then it disconnects and i have to restart the client to reconnect
 

its normal its called the no connection coin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 09, 2016, 06:56:02 AM
"09/09/2016 05:48:44 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 05:48:44 - 185.114.225.136:4004 time: 05:48:23 Difference: 86379 seconds"


This is what i woke up to what point do you not get i run clef etc off of my pc i'm within 60 seconds of the real time, has someone forgot to tell the preogramme we all live in different parts of the world or dose the program think we all live as one lol and again i will say every node i'm connected to is shown up as (old version) and thats the ones that show as  pascal server, can i ask? did you uninstall 1.0.2 before installing 1.0.3 because installing 1.0.3 dose not remove 1.0.2 and keeps it there so then you have 2 programs for Pascal 1.0.2 and 1.0.3, so no wounder there is conflict ion  when your runnning one of them.

edit: sorry woke up on the wrong side of the bed  :)



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 09, 2016, 07:20:19 AM
i'm connected but every now and then it disconnects and i have to restart the client to reconnect
 

its normal its called the no connection coin

i'm sure its because the program dose not know we are all in different times zones and is convinced we live in one time zone because as you can see with what i posted me and the other node is seconds away from each other in time but is still convinced where thousands of seconds out lol
 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 09, 2016, 07:32:50 AM
i'm sure its because the program dose not know we are all in different times zones and is convinced we live in one time zone because as you can see with what i posted me and the other node is seconds away from each other in time but is still convinced where thousands of seconds out lol


Program uses UTC time, if your windows time zone is correctly configured and you have the correct time, it will work perfect in USA, UK and everywhere.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 09, 2016, 08:13:22 AM
i'm in the uk, in scotland  ;) and its still doing the same and my time is linked with windows servers, so what i've done it turned it off see if that helps and with the message i got to my wallet (as above) theres only 21 seconds between me and the other node and it still says we are wrong lol

edit: it says we are Difference: 86379 seconds apart lol which is just short of 24 hours


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 09, 2016, 08:41:17 AM
i'm in the uk, in scotland  ;) and its still doing the same and my time is linked with windows servers, so what i've done it turned it off see if that helps and with the message i got to my wallet (as above) theres only 21 seconds between me and the other node and it still says we are wrong lol

edit: it says we are Difference: 86379 seconds apart lol which is just short of 24 hours


Hi, let me explain:
When there is a connection, it checks time. If time is invalid (more than 180 seconds diff) then a message appears at both clients (you, and the other node).
If you're connected to other nodes without problem, then your time is Ok, and problem is in the other client.
If you cannot connect and have a lot of messages of invalid time, then you have a bad local time... check it!

So, ALATAYK16, if you're connected with other nodes without problem, be happy and don't worry about this message.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 09, 2016, 09:18:13 AM
i'm in the uk, in scotland  ;) and its still doing the same and my time is linked with windows servers, so what i've done it turned it off see if that helps and with the message i got to my wallet (as above) theres only 21 seconds between me and the other node and it still says we are wrong lol

edit: it says we are Difference: 86379 seconds apart lol which is just short of 24 hours


Hi, let me explain:
When there is a connection, it checks time. If time is invalid (more than 180 seconds diff) then a message appears at both clients (you, and the other node).
If you're connected to other nodes without problem, then your time is Ok, and problem is in the other client.
If you cannot connect and have a lot of messages of invalid time, then you have a bad local time... check it!

So, ALATAYK16, if you're connected with other nodes without problem, be happy and don't worry about this message.

i get what you mean :-) i'm not new to computers lol since i stopped my automatic time sync with the windows servers i've managed to keep connected to 2 people but the thing your not getting is why did it say the other node was 24 hours of a time difference to my node? where is the other node on the moon lol because i dont know any where on the planet that is a full 24 hours behind or in front of my time :-)  

edit: now 1 connection after 1 hour and my time is the right time :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: JadeSnail on September 09, 2016, 01:41:16 PM
Hello I am purchasing PascalCoin at the rate of ฿0.0000040/coin. PM me if you're interested. Other offers are also welcome.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 09, 2016, 04:43:22 PM
Can anyone tell me what the current network's hash-rate is?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vingaard on September 09, 2016, 07:52:49 PM
I can't connect for the last two days... anyone knows why?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 10, 2016, 07:18:05 AM
at last, i'm connected and mining


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 10, 2016, 04:17:43 PM
Wallet version 3 is working well :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 10, 2016, 04:28:08 PM
WTB ฿0.0000045/coin

Looking for 50,000 coins. PM me.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 10, 2016, 05:07:49 PM
After a few more updates and developments like mining rpc and api access, I can see this getting added to Polo, so I'm mining and holding. Hopefully dev keeps working hard. This seems like a great project so far. Hope your hard work will pay off dev. Only like 1 million pascal coins in circulation at the moment.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 10, 2016, 05:16:15 PM
After a few more updates and developments like mining rpc and api access, I can see this getting added to Polo, so I'm mining and holding. Hopefully dev keeps working hard. This seems like a great project so far. Hope your hard work will pay off dev. Only like 1 million pascal coins in circulation at the moment.

how would polo get account numbers for everyone?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 10, 2016, 05:19:45 PM
If anyone wants to sell any coins please message me with your best offers, looking for bulk buys :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 10, 2016, 05:27:32 PM
After a few more updates and developments like mining rpc and api access, I can see this getting added to Polo, so I'm mining and holding. Hopefully dev keeps working hard. This seems like a great project so far. Hope your hard work will pay off dev. Only like 1 million pascal coins in circulation at the moment.

how would polo get account numbers for everyone?

Im not quite sure yet. Maybe someone smarter has an idea for that. But definitely gonna need a linux version of pascal too.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 10, 2016, 07:15:16 PM
After a few more updates and developments like mining rpc and api access, I can see this getting added to Polo, so I'm mining and holding. Hopefully dev keeps working hard. This seems like a great project so far. Hope your hard work will pay off dev. Only like 1 million pascal coins in circulation at the moment.

how would polo get account numbers for everyone?
getnewaccountnumber?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 10, 2016, 08:50:57 PM
After a few more updates and developments like mining rpc and api access, I can see this getting added to Polo, so I'm mining and holding. Hopefully dev keeps working hard. This seems like a great project so far. Hope your hard work will pay off dev. Only like 1 million pascal coins in circulation at the moment.

how would polo get account numbers for everyone?
getnewaccountnumber?

nope
you have to get a block to ge taccount numbers


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 10, 2016, 08:55:42 PM
nope
you have to get a block to ge taccount numbers
That's right.
But when a miner wins a block wins 5 account too. 1 with reward and 4 empty.
So you can use any of 5 accounts to transfer to a new owner, receive money or whatever you want


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: FiniteTentum on September 10, 2016, 09:04:50 PM
Buying Pascals @ ฿0.0000055/coin. PM me. Buying in the thousands.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 10, 2016, 09:54:47 PM
nope
you have to get a block to ge taccount numbers
That's right.
But when a miner wins a block wins 5 account too. 1 with reward and 4 empty.
So you can use any of 5 accounts to transfer to a new owner, receive money or whatever you want

when do you estimate rpc/api access will be available?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 10, 2016, 10:09:54 PM
nope
you have to get a block to ge taccount numbers
That's right.
But when a miner wins a block wins 5 account too. 1 with reward and 4 empty.
So you can use any of 5 accounts to transfer to a new owner, receive money or whatever you want
How would an exchange be able to generate new addresses?  By finding a bunch of blocks before opening trading?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: JadeSnail on September 10, 2016, 10:37:01 PM
nope
you have to get a block to ge taccount numbers
That's right.
But when a miner wins a block wins 5 account too. 1 with reward and 4 empty.
So you can use any of 5 accounts to transfer to a new owner, receive money or whatever you want
How would an exchange be able to generate new addresses?  By finding a bunch of blocks before opening trading?

I would also like to know the answer to this question.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 11, 2016, 02:39:23 AM
WTB in thousand Pascal Coin
฿0.0000055/coin PM me.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 11, 2016, 04:27:25 AM
WTB 1 million pascal will pay 10% more than that other guy


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 11, 2016, 04:33:55 AM
WTB 1 million pascal will pay 10% more than that other guy

dont message me unless you have at least 20k pascal for sale



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 11, 2016, 04:57:29 AM
WTB 1 million pascal will pay 10% more than that other guy

that's like the entire coin supply  :o


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 11, 2016, 05:13:26 AM
many who get a block , but I mine for 24 hours still could not get a block . is there any other way to carry out this wallet and mine ? If someone shares a tutorial I am very happy and very grateful for this


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: FiniteTentum on September 11, 2016, 05:49:13 AM
Buying Pascals looking for at least 10k, Offer: 0.000007 btc PM


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 11, 2016, 08:38:30 AM
WTB 1 million pascal will pay 10% more than that other guy

dont message me unless you have at least 20k pascal for sale



will pay 0.00000800 BTC per coin



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 11, 2016, 09:03:52 AM
I'm mining with cpu's in my gpu rigs with a wallet for each one...some of my rigs doesn't have connection from time to time


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on September 11, 2016, 09:19:22 AM
OK come on!

Based on best offer here (0.000008) the marketcap equals to 8 BTC!
The Bitcoin-based Cryptonite (XCN) has a marketcap of 628 BTC.
This unique coin written from scratch should have at least 100 BTC marketcap just for now... (That's 0.0001 per coin)

I'm holding...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 11, 2016, 09:24:57 AM
OK come on!

Based on best offer here (0.000008) the marketcap equals to 8 BTC!
The Bitcoin-based Cryptonite (XCN) has a marketcap of 628 BTC.
This unique coin written from scratch should have at least 100 BTC marketcap just for now... (That's 0.0001 per coin)

I'm holding...

It isn't fair to compare marketcaps if there isn't a real market for pascal.  This project could die before ever reaching an exchange. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 11, 2016, 09:27:29 AM
Developer can we make vanity pascal addresses?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 11, 2016, 12:48:12 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 11, 2016, 04:55:35 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?
To get an account number there are 2 ways:
- Mine a block
- Receive an account. (Transfer an account)

Receive an account means that the owner of an account changes the account key (public key) for your public key.
When this happens then you will be the owner of this account and, of course, get it's stored balance.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 11, 2016, 04:57:59 PM
Developer can we make vanity pascal addresses?
Well... I don't know
Now account numbers are from 0..((blocks-1)×5)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 11, 2016, 05:01:33 PM
Developer can we make vanity pascal addresses?
Well... I don't know
Now account numbers are from 0..((blocks-1)×5)

from what i can tell the answer is no, other than getting lucky on the block# u want


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 11, 2016, 05:05:00 PM
from what i can tell the answer is no, other than getting lucky on the block# u want
Well... perhaps a third party can develop something like short urls that transforms pretty names to account numbers  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CoinBreader on September 11, 2016, 05:05:21 PM
Guys how many cores do you have spare for Pascal mining ?  and how many server connections you get ? im mining just for speculation purpose, 6miners 2.223Kh/s and still nothing ,
PS iv started 10min ago  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on September 11, 2016, 05:44:47 PM
OK come on!

Based on best offer here (0.000008) the marketcap equals to 8 BTC!
The Bitcoin-based Cryptonite (XCN) has a marketcap of 628 BTC.
This unique coin written from scratch should have at least 100 BTC marketcap just for now... (That's 0.0001 per coin)

I'm holding...

It isn't fair to compare marketcaps if there isn't a real market for pascal.  This project could die before ever reaching an exchange. 

Correct.
But a project could die also after reaching an exchange...
Anyway, I can see a good opportunity here, i think it's silly to sell now at this price...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 11, 2016, 05:57:14 PM
Guys how many cores do you have spare for Pascal mining ?  and how many server connections you get ? im mining just for speculation purpose, 6miners 2.223Kh/s and still nothing ,
PS iv started 10min ago  ;D

Well , I've 447Kh/s and i've hashed 7820Gh. So I think it takes time xD.

Btw, guys does somebody know why i ended up having 117 Pa in an account ? There is no stacking, right ?

Edit: I've 0 client connection and 2 servers connections, is it normal or not enough ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 11, 2016, 06:01:11 PM
from what i can tell the answer is no, other than getting lucky on the block# u want
Well... perhaps a third party can develop something like short urls that transforms pretty names to account numbers  ;D

Do you have to mine a block to create an account or is an account just created? I am wondering how it will be integrated to exchanges. It will work but they need to custom code it I think.

What are the plans for the future of pascal? No pressure, just very interested.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 11, 2016, 06:15:36 PM
from what i can tell the answer is no, other than getting lucky on the block# u want
Well... perhaps a third party can develop something like short urls that transforms pretty names to account numbers  ;D

Do you have to mine a block to create an account or is an account just created? I am wondering how it will be integrated to exchanges. It will work but they need to custom code it I think.

What are the plans for the future of pascal? No pressure, just very interested.

the way i imagine it will work for exchanges is that you will have to send an identifying token with your deposit, like with nxt assets on some exchanges. im not sure if polo will do this tho


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 11, 2016, 06:54:26 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?
To get an account number there are 2 ways:
- Mine a block
- Receive an account. (Transfer an account)

Receive an account means that the owner of an account changes the account key (public key) for your public key.
When this happens then you will be the owner of this account and, of course, get it's stored balance.

Thanks for your explanation. I know you have thought this through, but this is a big problem imho. Do you have ideas to change this in the future somehow with an update? Or will this always be the only 2 ways to get an account number / to get a wallet (a wallet without an account number is nothing).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 11, 2016, 07:02:15 PM
still do not understand about pascal coin . just mining it, and I let sit for hours . and after I still have not found a single block . ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 11, 2016, 07:03:16 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?
To get an account number there are 2 ways:
- Mine a block
- Receive an account. (Transfer an account)

Receive an account means that the owner of an account changes the account key (public key) for your public key.
When this happens then you will be the owner of this account and, of course, get it's stored balance.

Thanks for your explanation. I know you have thought this through, but this is a big problem imho. Do you have ideas to change this in the future somehow with an update? Or will this always be the only 2 ways to get an account number / to get a wallet (a wallet without an account number is nothing).

people could sell account numbers for some small amount of btc (0.0001)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 11, 2016, 08:35:48 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?
To get an account number there are 2 ways:
- Mine a block
- Receive an account. (Transfer an account)

Receive an account means that the owner of an account changes the account key (public key) for your public key.
When this happens then you will be the owner of this account and, of course, get it's stored balance.

Thanks for your explanation. I know you have thought this through, but this is a big problem imho. Do you have ideas to change this in the future somehow with an update? Or will this always be the only 2 ways to get an account number / to get a wallet (a wallet without an account number is nothing).

people could sell account numbers for some small amount of btc (0.0001)

Yes, of course they can. But it makes it a lot more complicated.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 11, 2016, 09:07:11 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?
To get an account number there are 2 ways:
- Mine a block
- Receive an account. (Transfer an account)

Receive an account means that the owner of an account changes the account key (public key) for your public key.
When this happens then you will be the owner of this account and, of course, get it's stored balance.

Thanks for your explanation. I know you have thought this through, but this is a big problem imho. Do you have ideas to change this in the future somehow with an update? Or will this always be the only 2 ways to get an account number / to get a wallet (a wallet without an account number is nothing).

people could sell account numbers for some small amount of btc (0.0001)

Yes, of course they can. But it makes it a lot more complicated.


Isn't it possible to just allow random generation after the account number that was supposed to be the last ?

Or does the current implementation not allow bigger number for account ? :/


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 11, 2016, 09:49:17 PM
If I undestand correctly you can only receive Pascal Coins if you have mined a block. You need to mine a block to get an account number. Am I correct?
To get an account number there are 2 ways:
- Mine a block
- Receive an account. (Transfer an account)

Receive an account means that the owner of an account changes the account key (public key) for your public key.
When this happens then you will be the owner of this account and, of course, get it's stored balance.

Thanks for your explanation. I know you have thought this through, but this is a big problem imho. Do you have ideas to change this in the future somehow with an update? Or will this always be the only 2 ways to get an account number / to get a wallet (a wallet without an account number is nothing).

people could sell account numbers for some small amount of btc (0.0001)

Yes, of course they can. But it makes it a lot more complicated.


Isn't it possible to just allow random generation after the account number that was supposed to be the last ?

Or does the current implementation not allow bigger number for account ? :/

I believe that account numbers can only be generated with the block because of however the safebox hash works but tbh I have no idea how that works


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Selerius on September 12, 2016, 04:16:08 AM
still do not understand about pascal coin . just mining it, and I let sit for hours . and after I still have not found a single block . ;D

At least in my experience so far, gaining blocks seems to be semi-random, albeit reliable enough as long as it is kept mining.  I gained 1 block in initial hours, then went a far longer time without any blocks gained (despite actually a higher kH/s rate after adjusting options to use more CPU cores), then gained 2 more blocks in rapid succession.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 12, 2016, 05:01:08 AM
Started mining 12 hours ago, I found 3 blocks at speed ~700Kh/s


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 12, 2016, 05:27:01 AM
Started mining 12 hours ago, I found 3 blocks at speed ~700Kh/s

are you portforwarded? how many connections do you have?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 12, 2016, 06:13:14 AM
I have received one block , of the day I am curious about pascal coin . This is very nice ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 12, 2016, 06:32:12 AM
Been mining for 13 hours @ ~8200Kh/s and obtained 10 blocks using a Xeon E5 at 3.1Ghz.
https://i.imgur.com/dGafTZe.png
Also @PascalCoin, does the difficulty for this coin increase over time?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 12, 2016, 07:50:57 AM
Been mining for 13 hours @ ~8200Kh/s and obtained 10 blocks using a Xeon E5 at 3.1Ghz.
https://i.imgur.com/dGafTZe.png
Also @PascalCoin, does the difficulty for this coin increase over time?

Nice processor!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 12, 2016, 09:01:01 AM
Nice processor!
Yeah it's pretty powerful  :)

When I mine with 1 core I get ~740 Kh/s
When I mine with 8 cores, I get 5800 Kh/s (linear increase)
When I mine with 16 cores I get 8900 Kh/s (not linear, supposed to be 11728 Kh/s)
It seems mining with more than 8 cores the miner starts getting less efficient.
Ill stick with two 8-core instances for now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 12, 2016, 10:31:32 AM
Still looking to buy more coins  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 12, 2016, 10:36:21 AM
Nice processor!
Yeah it's pretty powerful  :)

When I mine with 1 core I get ~740 Kh/s
When I mine with 8 cores, I get 5800 Kh/s (linear increase)
When I mine with 16 cores I get 8900 Kh/s (not linear, supposed to be 11728 Kh/s)
It seems mining with more than 8 cores the miner starts getting less efficient.
Ill stick with two 8-core instances for now.


im kinda starting to be able to connect to network recently sometimes ... i got 4000 kh/s  how many blocks should i find a day


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 12, 2016, 11:03:59 AM
im kinda starting to be able to connect to network recently sometimes ... i got 4000 kh/s  how many blocks should i find a day
I can't say for sure, but based off my experience probably ~11 blocks in a 24 hour period.
Keep in mind luck is involved.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 12, 2016, 12:30:55 PM
Nice processor!
Yeah it's pretty powerful  :)

When I mine with 1 core I get ~740 Kh/s
When I mine with 8 cores, I get 5800 Kh/s (linear increase)
When I mine with 16 cores I get 8900 Kh/s (not linear, supposed to be 11728 Kh/s)
It seems mining with more than 8 cores the miner starts getting less efficient.
Ill stick with two 8-core instances for now.


im kinda starting to be able to connect to network recently sometimes ... i got 4000 kh/s  how many blocks should i find a day

I've been hashing with ~21000 kh/s and getting 37 blocks per day (24 hours).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Soulguard on September 12, 2016, 01:08:48 PM
Hi Team,
I have two computers in my network which is nated to Internet under same global IP address.
Issue is, one PC is mining while other dont. If i turn one miner off other work and vice versa.
How can I make both miners work?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 12, 2016, 01:41:54 PM

I've been hashing with ~21000 kh/s and getting 37 blocks per day (24 hours).
What hardware are you using?

Hi Team,
I have two computers in my network which is nated to Internet under same global IP address.
Issue is, one PC is mining while other dont. If i turn one miner off other work and vice versa.
How can I make both miners work?
Are you using clients 1.0.2/1.0.3?
They remove the need to port forward.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cryptospreader on September 12, 2016, 01:51:56 PM
Is it possible to solo mine this coin with very low spec. computer? How it is different from normal algorithms like SHA, scrypt and others?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 12, 2016, 02:15:08 PM
Is it possible to solo mine this coin with very low spec. computer? How it is different from normal algorithms like SHA, scrypt and others?

Well if you could show your spec that could help telling you. Actually mining this coins is kind of lottery if you have low spec :/


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Soulguard on September 12, 2016, 02:19:58 PM
Hi Team,
I have two computers in my network which is nated to Internet under same global IP address.
Issue is, one PC is mining while other dont. If i turn one miner off other work and vice versa.
How can I make both miners work?
Are you using clients 1.0.2/1.0.3?
They remove the need to port forward.
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Now using clients 1.0.3. First miner work fine. Second give me "alone in the world".


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 12, 2016, 02:35:03 PM
Now using clients 1.0.3. First miner work fine. Second give me "alone in the world".
Not sure...
Did you try the other way around with the new client too?
Can't test at the moment to see if same thing happens here.
Maybe router doesn't handle NAT state very well, try using a different router.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Piston Honda on September 12, 2016, 02:35:23 PM
lol more shitcoins to add to the fire


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 12, 2016, 03:24:00 PM
good coin and idea. Can I start mining on 3 different pc with one wallet file?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 12, 2016, 03:49:41 PM
I really like the account numbering on this coin, makes it so much simpler than large hash addresses :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 12, 2016, 03:57:29 PM
I really like the account numbering on this coin, makes it so much simpler than large hash addresses :D

There are also downsides to it. Like new users needing an account number from someone else.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 12, 2016, 04:06:06 PM
good coin and idea. Can I start mining on 3 different pc with one wallet file?
Yes you can, make one private key and transfer it to the other two computers, then set those computers to use that key.
That way when a block is found it is encrypted with that key and that block is accessible by any computer with that private key.
Happy mining ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 12, 2016, 04:07:53 PM
I really like the account numbering on this coin, makes it so much simpler than large hash addresses :D

There are also downsides to it. Like new users needing an account number from someone else.

What would be really cool is buying and selling of account numbers, as this network grows new services and developers will need account numbers however they might not have the mining capacity or hardware requirements.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 12, 2016, 04:43:47 PM
good coin and idea. Can I start mining on 3 different pc with one wallet file?
Yes you can, make one private key and transfer it to the other two computers, then set those computers to use that key.
That way when a block is found it is encrypted with that key and that block is accessible by any computer with that private key.
Happy mining ;)

Thanks! Will try that variant



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 12, 2016, 05:32:35 PM
Does someone know why i'm often "alone in the world" ? ( Like 30% of the time)
Are there some nodes I should have added ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doge94 on September 12, 2016, 06:27:32 PM
I really like the account numbering on this coin, makes it so much simpler than large hash addresses :D

There are also downsides to it. Like new users needing an account number from someone else.

What would be really cool is buying and selling of account numbers, as this network grows new services and developers will need account numbers however they might not have the mining capacity or hardware requirements.

we really need rpc/api access for that to happen


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 12, 2016, 11:50:53 PM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 12:28:12 AM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?


1.) 40k G what is that figure?

2.) Each block gives you 100 coins.

3.) You need to wait for them to mature. It can be a while for this to happen, they have to turn green, you should see a balance when you select my wallet keys in accounts explorer.

4.) Mining stops sometimes and it goes "alone in the world" blockchain has not been updated and cannot connect to peers, it will fix itself in the 1.0.3 version.

5.) See answer 4.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 13, 2016, 02:04:01 AM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?


1.) 40k G what is that figure?

2.) Each block gives you 100 coins.

3.) You need to wait for them to mature. It can be a while for this to happen, they have to turn green, you should see a balance when you select my wallet keys in accounts explorer.

4.) Mining stops sometimes and it goes "alone in the world" blockchain has not been updated and cannot connect to peers, it will fix itself in the 1.0.3 version.

5.) See answer 4.

1.0.3 does not fix the alone in the world issue


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 02:05:58 AM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?


1.) 40k G what is that figure?

2.) Each block gives you 100 coins.

3.) You need to wait for them to mature. It can be a while for this to happen, they have to turn green, you should see a balance when you select my wallet keys in accounts explorer.

4.) Mining stops sometimes and it goes "alone in the world" blockchain has not been updated and cannot connect to peers, it will fix itself in the 1.0.3 version.

5.) See answer 4.

1.0.3 does not fix the alone in the world issue

The alone in the world issue either requires restart of wallet (sometimes), 1.0.3 does fix the runtime error. If you just wait it will connect eventually.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bybox on September 13, 2016, 04:08:42 AM
How to send and receive pascalcoin in my wallet? I can't find my address...  ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 13, 2016, 04:39:18 AM
How to send and receive pascalcoin in my wallet? I can't find my address...  ???
Same here how to receive and send pascalCoin...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 13, 2016, 06:38:41 AM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?
I'm only answering 1 since ICOcountdown answered the rest correctly.
1. The "G" from what I can gather, shows how much you have hashed in total (gigahashes)
So 40K G actually means you have hashed 40,000 gigahashes in that session.
Coin drops are pretty random from what I've experienced though faster hashrate obviously means you get blocks more often.
Make sure you go into the options and set your miner count to max in order to gain more performance.
Happy mining  :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 13, 2016, 07:02:43 AM
How to send and receive pascalcoin in my wallet? I can't find my address...  ???
Same here how to receive and send pascalCoin...
Pascalcoin does not use addresses, rather it has an account system.
You do not get a free account when you set up your wallet.
You receive 5 accounts when you mine a block, with one of them being filled with 100 coins (reward for mining)
If your friend who has pascalcoins wants to send you some coins, he has to transfer his coins into one of his spare accounts and transfer ownership of that account to you using your public key.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 13, 2016, 07:37:03 AM
perhaps of all mining wallet pascalcoin just makes me very confused . because I had to wait to get the block to know my account address . and if I can not find a block pascalcoin means I do not know the address of my wallet . is it like that?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 13, 2016, 09:22:55 AM
perhaps of all mining wallet pascalcoin just makes me very confused . because I had to wait to get the block to know my account address . and if I can not find a block pascalcoin means I do not know the address of my wallet . is it like that?

Actually, it's that you don't HAVE an address until you've found a block. Because new accounts are created by discovering new blocks ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 10:19:34 AM
Seems hashrate has shot up dramatically.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 13, 2016, 11:50:10 AM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?


1.) 40k G what is that figure?

2.) Each block gives you 100 coins.

3.) You need to wait for them to mature. It can be a while for this to happen, they have to turn green, you should see a balance when you select my wallet keys in accounts explorer.

4.) Mining stops sometimes and it goes "alone in the world" blockchain has not been updated and cannot connect to peers, it will fix itself in the 1.0.3 version.

5.) See answer 4.
Thank you for your explanation g is gigahashes also i am running at 2Mh/s.
Wheni select my wallet i see some pending payloads/requests but no accounts with green or red circles.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 11:55:08 AM
So iread the white paper and the whole thread and i dont understand several things:
1.I made an assumption thorugh calculations that you need to mine 40k G to get one block.
i mined for 5 hours got 40k and got nothing but pending operations what are pending operations?
2Are they my load of work does each request payload give me 1 block or something else?
3.Also none of those pending requests get completed.
4.Very often i get the alone in the world message why is that?It could be mining for hours and suddenly stop or say that there is noconnection to blockchain?I even forwaded athe port.
5. why isnt it mining all the time?


1.) 40k G what is that figure?

2.) Each block gives you 100 coins.

3.) You need to wait for them to mature. It can be a while for this to happen, they have to turn green, you should see a balance when you select my wallet keys in accounts explorer.

4.) Mining stops sometimes and it goes "alone in the world" blockchain has not been updated and cannot connect to peers, it will fix itself in the 1.0.3 version.

5.) See answer 4.
Thank you for your explanation g is gigahashes also i am running at 2Mh/s.
Wheni select my wallet i see some pending payloads/requests but no accounts with green or red circles.

Go to accounts explorer and click explore accounts with one of my wallet keys what happens?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 13, 2016, 12:40:27 PM
How to send and receive pascalcoin in my wallet? I can't find my address...  ???

First, you need to find a block to obtain 5 account number.

Once you have, you go to accounts explorer, click the explore accounts with one of my wallet keys.

Then you'll see all the accounts that belong to you.

Single click on one of them (with coins), go to project top left, new operation, click transaction, enter the account number you want to transfer the coins to, enter the amount and click execute, yes, ok !

That's it ! wait for the transaction to confirm !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 13, 2016, 12:46:55 PM
Imported Private key on to PC and now I see coins that 1 and 2 pc mined from the blocks
want to ask why do I need to export import wallet? (when I import private key from 1 pc to pc 2 it saying that wallet already exists)
is it enough to have private key, for not loosing your coins, or I need also backup wallet and why function export import needed for wallet?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 13, 2016, 01:44:58 PM
Imported Private key on to PC and now I see coins that 1 and 2 pc mined from the blocks
want to ask why do I need to export import wallet? (when I import private key from 1 pc to pc 2 it saying that wallet already exists)
is it enough to have private key, for not loosing your coins, or I need also backup wallet and why function export import needed for wallet?
Yes your private key is what you use to be able to access coins you mined with the key selected.
If both PCs have the same private key then all coins mined by both machines are available to any pc with that private key.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 13, 2016, 03:48:36 PM
Seems hashrate has shot up dramatically.

where did you find the network hashrate?..damn i just recently got connected and started to mine and it seems i got less blocks today


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 13, 2016, 04:44:24 PM
Seems hashrate has shot up dramatically.

where did you find the network hashrate?..damn i just recently got connected and started to mine and it seems i got less blocks today

Same here, I did not find any block since the last 12 hours.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 13, 2016, 05:40:35 PM
someone should start a buy/sell thread over on altcoin marketplace section.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 05:42:43 PM
You know what to do boys, lets get this bad boy on poloniex

https://twitter.com/ICOcountdown/status/775751450743930880


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 13, 2016, 06:07:13 PM
Seems hashrate has shot up dramatically.

where did you find the network hashrate?..damn i just recently got connected and started to mine and it seems i got less blocks today

Same here, I did not find any block since the last 12 hours.
Why is so hard to find a block i have been mining woth 2Mh/s for 2 days and got nothing.

P.S. NEVERMIND GOT MY 100 COINS AFTER ~20 HOURS AT 2MH/S http://imgur.com/a/H9k1N proofs


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 13, 2016, 06:08:55 PM
Stangely, I have one miner at 2,9Mh/s finding nothing, and a 2,0mh/s finding blocks each day...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 13, 2016, 06:42:52 PM
Stangely, I have one miner at 2,9Mh/s finding nothing, and a 2,0mh/s finding blocks each day...

Note: If your port 4004 is open, then usually you're always connected (Not "Alone in the World"), and therefore is mining all the time.
If your port 4004 is not open, then maybe sometimes you're not connected and "Alone in the World", so when this happens (at least 2 connections) you cannot mine to prevent create your own fork blockchain

Also, note that when "Target" is going down... it's more easy to find blocks... until target goes up to stabilize time average



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on September 13, 2016, 06:46:06 PM
Any chance to hit an exchange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 13, 2016, 07:38:11 PM
Does anyone know if you can have leverage on poloniex?Also can i connect my wallets to trade or paypal?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 09:02:06 PM
Mining has to do with luck also :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 13, 2016, 09:24:52 PM
Why is so hard since yesterday to find a block ... ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 13, 2016, 11:15:59 PM
Why is so hard since yesterday to find a block ... ???

Hashrate has increased alot -  it also has to do with luck, but there are many more miners now check the block explorer.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 13, 2016, 11:53:20 PM
Why is so hard since yesterday to find a block ... ???

Hashrate has increased alot -  it also has to do with luck, but there are many more miners now check the block explorer.

i hope it is real legit individual pc users...botnets are not very healthy to a coins ecosystem.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mooingcows on September 14, 2016, 02:45:50 AM
Hi! I closed my wallet after it froze and upon reopening lost my 2 blocks and 200 pascal :( Now I can't seem to mine anything. This is the first coin I've ever tried to mine so I'm not very experienced and it was a lot of effort to set up ahaha what do?!  ??? thanks in advance

edit: also, when I reopen the application after closing I get a runtime error before it starts.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 14, 2016, 03:15:36 AM
Hi! I closed my wallet after it froze and upon reopening lost my 2 blocks and 200 pascal :( Now I can't seem to mine anything. This is the first coin I've ever tried to mine so I'm not very experienced and it was a lot of effort to set up ahaha what do?!  ??? thanks in advance

edit: also, when I reopen the application after closing I get a runtime error before it starts.
Make sure you have version 1.0.3 of the wallet.
To find your accounts, in the wallet click "explore my accounts with one of my wallet keys".
Make sure you select the key you were mining with.
If your coins don't show up with any of your keys then make sure you take preventive steps like backing up your private key!
Happy mining :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mooingcows on September 14, 2016, 03:20:25 AM
Hi! I closed my wallet after it froze and upon reopening lost my 2 blocks and 200 pascal :( Now I can't seem to mine anything. This is the first coin I've ever tried to mine so I'm not very experienced and it was a lot of effort to set up ahaha what do?!  ??? thanks in advance

edit: also, when I reopen the application after closing I get a runtime error before it starts.
Make sure you have version 1.0.3 of the wallet.
To find your accounts, in the wallet click "explore my accounts with one of my wallet keys".
Make sure you select the key you were mining with.
If your coins don't show up with any of your keys then make sure you take preventive steps like backing up your private key!
Happy mining :)

okay, I do need to update. But when I click on that wallet (its the same wallet) it still doesnt have the blocks :((( shoot. oh well. thanks for letting me know i need to update!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 14, 2016, 06:13:07 AM
got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 14, 2016, 06:29:01 AM
got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 14, 2016, 07:41:40 AM
got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though

woke up to messages like that too apart from mines wasent mining lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 14, 2016, 10:26:01 AM
I edited the thread style a little bit if you want to use it Pascalcoin dev :)

Quote
http://i.imgur.com/5aD8xL7.png


http://i.imgur.com/l4ULMoq.png



          I want to let you know a new crypto currency (yet, another one) that has some differences from previous.

          Most important is that is designed to doesn't need historical operations to work and control double spend or check balance.

          Please read the Pascal Coin concept at White Paper:
          https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoin%20White%20Paper%20-%20EN.pdf


          It's name is "Pascal Coin" due it's written in Pascal language.
          Full source code is available under the MIT license.











Full Source code is available at GitHub

https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

And also, download a Windows installer of the Pascal Coin miner and Explorer at SourceForge

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/
                                                       http://i.imgur.com/vl0sxSc.png





http://i.imgur.com/kMQ5IdM.png


EDITED: 8/31/2016

New version of Wallet/Miner/Explorer available at SourceForge (BUILD 1.0.2): https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/
Build 1.0.2.0

--------------------------

- Improved hashing speed
- Allow mining without opening external ports
- Choose how many CPU's want to mine
- Show real-time pending operations waiting to be included in the block
- More stable
- Some miner modifications





http://i.imgur.com/vOHfFIp.png


https://twitter.com/PascalCoin



http://i.imgur.com/pWqYzVd.png








Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 14, 2016, 11:09:42 AM
can every one post thir blocks, hashrate and time mined so that new and old users can have a aproximation how much to mine per block???
Does you having more payloads to do increase the chances of finding a block?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 14, 2016, 11:41:01 AM
I use port 9999 and able to work normally , and get 1 block. ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 14, 2016, 02:19:53 PM
!!! WARNING: This user is a newbie. If you are expecting a message from a more veteran member, then this is an imposter !!!

Hello,
I am wondering if pascalcoin has an increasing difficulty for mining.
Thank you.

Yes. difficulty is adjusted every block (calculating time average of last 100 blocks) and adjusting to be 5 minutes.
So... more miners... more difficult.

But, for now, a simple 4 core CPU working 24h mines more than 5 blocks a day... more or less.

(Remember to open your 4004 port, is more easy to mine with open port!)
Increasing difficulty is confirmed if anyone wanted to know.

I edited the thread style a little bit if you want to use it Pascalcoin dev :)
Awesome work man!
Definitely going to make it's way to polo with some nice aesthetics  ;D

can every one post thir blocks, hashrate and time mined so that new and old users can have a aproximation how much to mine per block???
Does you having more payloads to do increase the chances of finding a block?
Go through the whole thread, there are people posting their mining info (including me).
Happy mining :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 14, 2016, 06:09:31 PM
No block found for the last two days: speed ~780Kh/s


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: aigeezer on September 14, 2016, 07:56:19 PM
got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though

woke up to messages like that too apart from mines wasent mining lol

I got a version of that message a few minutes ago. It included a similar but not identical IP address, which resolves to a location in the north of France thousands of miles from my site - namely 151.80.227.30:4004

My machine's clock was (and is) correct, the message claimed a difference of 25201 seconds.

Nice coin, btw. I hope it works out.

Edit: Update - about 17 hours later I got a similar message after a startup. IP address is different, but the claimed time difference is almost identical, about seven hours - "9/15/2016 8:49:39 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:49:39 AM - 45.63.18.106:4004 time: 3:49:38 PM Difference: 25199 seconds"

Edit: Another update - got an almost identical message one hour later. Found a block during that hour though.      ;)
"9/15/2016 9:50:00 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 9:50:00 AM - 45.63.18.106:4004 time: 4:50:00 PM Difference: 25199 seconds"

Idly wondering if this is a minor exploitable attack vector - future bad guy harvests user IP addys from system messages to himself caused by his own intentionally bad clock - when blacklisted, change addy, rinse and repeat?

Edit: One more update - a third message in the present series, all with the same IP addy. They seem to come at regular one-hour intervals.

"9/15/2016 10:50:04 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 10:50:04 AM - 45.63.18.106:4004 time: 5:50:04 PM Difference: 25200 seconds"








Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 14, 2016, 10:46:59 PM
got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though

woke up to messages like that too apart from mines wasent mining lol

I got a version of that message a few minutes ago. It included a similar but not identical IP address, which resolves to a location in the north of France thousands of miles from my site - namely 151.80.227.30:4004

My machine's clock was (and is) correct, the message claimed a difference of 25201 seconds.

Nice coin, btw. I hope it works out.





i got the same message and since then have been struggling to keep 2 connections and again i will say again my time is right :-) but will leave it running to see if i get anymore blocks :-) and hopefully keep my connections :-) and dose anyone know ruffly the price the coin will go on the exchange? and i hope yous are all having a good day/night where ever you are in the world :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 14, 2016, 10:50:58 PM
No block found for the last two days: speed ~780Kh/s
Yeah bro last night I only got 5 blocks @ 8200Kh/s.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 14, 2016, 11:23:04 PM
No block found for the last two days: speed ~780Kh/s
Yeah bro last night I only got 5 blocks @ 8200Kh/s.


I got 5 last night too and I'm only getting 1800-1900kh/s out of my old CPU and to top it off windows is updating just now so I'm having to turn wallet off just now 😵 since windows is sucking the living daylights out of my CPU lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 14, 2016, 11:38:49 PM
Difference 12h :/ what is 12h away from GMT+1 ?
How do we fiw that bug ? :0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mooingcows on September 15, 2016, 12:22:30 AM
Started running at 5x what I was before, still havent found a single block... or more accurately, I'm finding blocks and they arent being listed, just thrown away. Also got the same time message as everyone else

UPDATE: Took 2 days (whereas running at a fifth of the power got me 2 blocks in one day) but I finally got another block - how do I decode/save/whatever I'm supposed to do to ensure I don't lose the reward again when I close the application? Or am I not supposed to do anything and the lost 2 blocks before was just a glitch..?

another update: What I mean is I had 2 accounts with 100 pascal coins each, and all the empty accounts in between. When I reopened the application they were gone. I'm afraid to close my application now, out of fear of losing my coins again. What do I do to prevent this?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on September 15, 2016, 02:44:18 AM
I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 15, 2016, 02:52:06 AM
Started running at 5x what I was before, still havent found a single block... or more accurately, I'm finding blocks and they arent being listed, just thrown away. Also got the same time message as everyone else

UPDATE: Took 2 days (whereas running at a fifth of the power got me 2 blocks in one day) but I finally got another block - how do I decode/save/whatever I'm supposed to do to ensure I don't lose the reward again when I close the application? Or am I not supposed to do anything and the lost 2 blocks before was just a glitch..?

another update: What I mean is I had 2 accounts with 100 pascal coins each, and all the empty accounts in between. When I reopened the application they were gone. I'm afraid to close my application now, out of fear of losing my coins again. What do I do to prevent this?
To prevent losing your coins, save the private key you used to mine it!
Your situation sounds weird, go through your private keys in your wallet and make sure it's not generating a new one every time.
Also make sure you always use the latest wallet client.

I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?
Definitely not normal, PM the dev with more details and he'll try to help you.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 15, 2016, 02:53:24 AM
I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?
You using a quantum computer?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on September 15, 2016, 02:57:24 AM
Started running at 5x what I was before, still havent found a single block... or more accurately, I'm finding blocks and they arent being listed, just thrown away. Also got the same time message as everyone else

UPDATE: Took 2 days (whereas running at a fifth of the power got me 2 blocks in one day) but I finally got another block - how do I decode/save/whatever I'm supposed to do to ensure I don't lose the reward again when I close the application? Or am I not supposed to do anything and the lost 2 blocks before was just a glitch..?

another update: What I mean is I had 2 accounts with 100 pascal coins each, and all the empty accounts in between. When I reopened the application they were gone. I'm afraid to close my application now, out of fear of losing my coins again. What do I do to prevent this?
To prevent losing your coins, save the private key you used to mine it!
Your situation sounds weird, go through your private keys in your wallet and make sure it's not generating a new one every time.
Also make sure you always use the latest wallet client.

I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?
Definitely not normal, PM the dev with more details and he'll try to help you.

Will do


I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?
You using a quantum computer?

Just using my rendering workstation.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 15, 2016, 08:23:19 AM
My client can not connect blockchain by windows 10.

I tried many ways to do it as following:

1. I was set my local time correct;
2. I was opened 4004 port;
3. I was closed windows local firewall;
4. I was used TCP/UDP tool to listening 4004 port;
5. I was used TCPViewer to check ports.

When I close wallet and system show me "Runtime error 216 at 0040510E

But it can not connect any nodes yet!

What happaned? Please help me, thanks!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 15, 2016, 08:23:45 AM
25400 kh/s for now, getting stronger every day
great coin, remembered old btc cpu mining that was fun, money is the last thing in this process
wish dev good developments


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 15, 2016, 09:07:39 AM
My client can not connect blockchain by windows 10.

I tried many ways to do it as following:

1. I was set my local time correct;
2. I was opened 4004 port;
3. I was closed windows local firewall;
4. I was used TCP/UDP tool to listening 4004 port;
5. I was used TCPViewer to check ports.

When I close wallet and system show me "Runtime error 216 at 0040510E

But it can not connect any nodes yet!

What happaned? Please help me, thanks!


This is a detected bug... New build will correct this ... I hope ;-)

But, meanwhile, try again, sometimes works good, luck


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 15, 2016, 09:36:19 AM
My client can not connect blockchain by windows 10.

I tried many ways to do it as following:

1. I was set my local time correct;
2. I was opened 4004 port;
3. I was closed windows local firewall;
4. I was used TCP/UDP tool to listening 4004 port;
5. I was used TCPViewer to check ports.

When I close wallet and system show me "Runtime error 216 at 0040510E

But it can not connect any nodes yet!

What happaned? Please help me, thanks!


This is a detected bug... New build will correct this ... I hope ;-)

But, meanwhile, try again, sometimes works good, luck

I downloaded wallet today, and it is the latest version (1.0.3.0), the bug still be.

Download link: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 15, 2016, 09:38:40 AM
I downloaded wallet today, and it is the latest version (1.0.3.0), the bug still be.

Download link: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/


Yes. I'm talking about new build 1.0.4 that is in development ... perhaps tomorrow... thanks.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 15, 2016, 11:39:31 AM
there is a node 8 hours ahead of me (there time is 19:36) your node is not at the right time and you keep black listed, I would say the node is in Hong Kong or about there because of the time difference but I would check your time because I keep getting a message on my wallet 😊 and I hope everyone is good 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 15, 2016, 01:48:56 PM
Is here anyone selling?

WTB! PM offers!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 15, 2016, 02:22:33 PM
Is here anyone selling?

WTB! PM offers!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 15, 2016, 06:25:20 PM
Is here anyone selling?

WTB! PM offers!

Are you selling?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 15, 2016, 06:31:35 PM
I'm out. I cannot mine any with ~780Kh/s. Good luck


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 15, 2016, 09:41:18 PM

no im buying and i will pay more than you


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 15, 2016, 10:40:22 PM
Great coin :D There were some bugs but everytime we can feel the dev is on it, working to make sure this coins keep being great :D (eventhough i could only get 1 block due to some strange "Alone in the world")

Thank you dev ;) 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on September 16, 2016, 01:13:35 AM
25400 kh/s for now, getting stronger every day
great coin, remembered old btc cpu mining that was fun, money is the last thing in this process
wish dev good developments


How's the mining going?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 16, 2016, 01:20:51 AM
Mining on my old duo core laptop at 480kh/s. No block found since this morning :(
How are you guys doing? What is your hashrate?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on September 16, 2016, 01:39:01 AM
Mining on my old duo core laptop at 480kh/s. No block found since this morning :(
How are you guys doing? What is your hashrate?

28,000-31,000 kh/s I've only found 1 block today. lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 16, 2016, 02:04:22 AM
Mining on my old duo core laptop at 480kh/s. No block found since this morning :(
How are you guys doing? What is your hashrate?

28,000-31,000 kh/s I've only found 1 block today. lol
So I'm basically wasting electricity here lol
Where do I see my address ? Is it the account number?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on September 16, 2016, 02:13:59 AM
Mining on my old duo core laptop at 480kh/s. No block found since this morning :(
How are you guys doing? What is your hashrate?

28,000-31,000 kh/s I've only found 1 block today. lol
So I'm basically wasting electricity here lol
Where do I see my address ? Is it the account number?
I'm just unlucky I think, and yes. You get 5 accounts every time you mine a block.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 16, 2016, 02:41:34 AM
WTS @ .00005 BTC/Pascal


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Selerius on September 16, 2016, 08:11:36 AM
Possible fix to solve the blacklisting threat messages (which I get too, despite my time being exactly accurate):

If a non-majority of nodes have a time utterly contrary to reliable online servers (e.g. an API call to http://www.timeapi.org/ ), only send threatening messages to the problematical node, not to innocent computers like mine.

I get the threatening message because someone's computer has a time 5 hours behind mine.  Either they are in Hawaii (compared to my CST time zone) without time zones being properly adjusted for, or else their time is just plain wrong even for their time zone.  But my computer has the correct time, synchronized by Windows 10 with time.windows.com

Right now, the threatening message's receipt and wording is as if my computer would be assumed inaccurate when there is just one node giving out false info, not mine.

(I'm just aiming to give constructive criticism, despite quite happy with PascalCoin's potential overall).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 08:17:09 AM
Possible fix to solve the blacklisting threat messages (which I get too, despite my time being exactly accurate):

If a non-majority of nodes have a time utterly contrary to reliable online servers (e.g. an API call to http://www.timeapi.org/ ), only send threatening messages to the problematical node, not to innocent computers like mine.

I get the threatening message because someone's computer has a time 5 hours behind mine.  Either they are in Hawaii (compared to my CST time zone) without time zones being properly adjusted for, or else their time is just plain wrong even for their time zone.  But my computer has the correct time, synchronized by Windows 10 with time.windows.com

Right now, the threatening message's receipt and wording is as if my computer would be assumed inaccurate when there is just one node giving out false info, not mine.

(I'm just aiming to give constructive criticism, despite quite happy with PascalCoin's potential overall).

Thanks for your comments, will study to introduce this, but now I will introduce Build 1.0.4 with other more important and urgent corrected bugs.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Selerius on September 16, 2016, 08:26:41 AM
Thanks for your comments, will study to introduce this, but now I will introduce Build 1.0.4 with other more important and urgent corrected bugs.

Glad for your continuing efforts.

By the way, while up to you, possibly consider adding a BTC donation address to the opening post, not uncommon for OPs.

On the prior topic, just as additional info:

The wrong-time node's IP address keeps changing, unless it is more than one:

First it corresponds in IP-geolocation to New Jersey, then Japan, then California.  Maybe someone is switching proxies, VPN, or VPS?  Odd.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 16, 2016, 10:17:48 AM

Cool, CryptoTrout's bid = Flowerpots bid + x?  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 16, 2016, 10:49:35 AM
There is a problem with the node time that you'll need to fix.... I received 33 messages about the time not being right, while before none... Is it a user with a lot of node trying to exclude us ?!?
And my time is right on my 3 miners, is it set by my time zone.

And there is "Vork" mining nealry 50% of the blocks with all his miner ;) !!

 06:41:48 - 108.61.187.13:4004 time: 13:43:10 Difference: 25281 seconds

Your time: 06:42:17 - 45.32.255.184:4004 time: 13:43:38 Difference: 25281 seconds
Your time: 06:42:47 - 45.76.107.16:4004 time: 13:44:08 Difference: 25281 seconds
Your time: 06:43:46 - 45.63.87.248:4004 time: 13:45:08 Difference: 25281 seconds
Your time: 06:43:46 - 45.63.87.127:4004 time: 13:45:08 Difference: 25281 seconds
Your time: 06:44:47 - 45.32.17.96:4004 time: 13:46:09 Difference: 25281 seconds
Your time: 06:44:47 - 108.61.126.224:4004 time: 13:46:01 Difference: 25273 seconds
Your time: 06:45:17 - 45.63.87.186:4004 time: 13:46:39 Difference: 25282 seconds
Your time: 06:47:47 - 45.63.85.13:4004 time: 13:49:09 Difference: 25281 seconds
Your time: 06:49:00 - 104.238.140.120:4004 time: 13:50:22 Difference: 25281 seconds

...................


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: aigeezer on September 16, 2016, 11:45:54 AM
The time error messages appear to have become much more frequent today. I got these within minutes of miner startup:

9/16/2016 8:37:24 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:37:24 AM - 108.61.207.220:4004 time: 3:37:27 PM Difference: 25203 seconds
9/16/2016 8:37:45 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:37:45 AM - 104.238.140.120:4004 time: 3:37:47 PM Difference: 25201 seconds
9/16/2016 8:37:48 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:37:48 AM - 45.63.85.13:50635 time: 3:37:51 PM Difference: 25202 seconds
9/16/2016 8:38:16 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:38:16 AM - 45.63.87.127:4004 time: 3:38:19 PM Difference: 25203 seconds
9/16/2016 8:38:37 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:38:37 AM - 45.32.94.55:50363 time: 3:38:40 PM Difference: 25202 seconds
9/16/2016 8:38:49 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:38:49 AM - 45.32.87.145:50426 time: 3:38:50 PM Difference: 25201 seconds
9/16/2016 8:39:01 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:39:01 AM - 45.32.67.33:50315 time: 3:39:04 PM Difference: 25202 seconds
9/16/2016 8:39:16 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:39:16 AM - 45.63.87.64:4004 time: 3:39:19 PM Difference: 25202 seconds
9/16/2016 8:39:41 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:39:41 AM - 45.63.87.248:50896 time: 3:39:42 PM Difference: 25201 seconds
9/16/2016 8:39:43 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:39:43 AM - 45.63.87.248:4004 time: 3:39:44 PM Difference: 25201 seconds
9/16/2016 8:39:49 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:39:49 AM - 45.32.67.33:4004 time: 3:39:51 PM Difference: 25201 seconds
9/16/2016 8:39:51 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:39:51 AM - 45.63.87.186:50877 time: 3:39:52 PM Difference: 25201 seconds
9/16/2016 8:40:50 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:40:50 AM - 45.63.87.186:4004 time: 3:40:54 PM Difference: 25203 seconds
9/16/2016 8:41:54 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:41:54 AM - 45.63.85.13:4004 time: 3:41:57 PM Difference: 25202 seconds
9/16/2016 8:42:15 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:42:15 AM - 45.32.87.145:4004 time: 3:42:19 PM Difference: 25203 seconds
9/16/2016 8:42:37 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:42:37 AM - 45.32.94.55:4004 time: 3:42:40 PM Difference: 25203 seconds


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on September 16, 2016, 11:51:20 AM
I can see that someone gets 80% of all coins...
This is not healthy
Dev is it possible to put a limit on mining per ip ?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 11:54:36 AM
I can see that someone gets 80% of all coins...
Today, a miner called "Vork_..." (or perhaps multiple miners with same name) are winning a lot of blocks... I don't know who is!
Perhaps a pool?

Dev is it possible to put a limit on mining per ip ?

That's not possible. Simply mine and wait for good luck.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: evli on September 16, 2016, 12:07:45 PM
I can see that someone gets 80% of all coins...
Today, a miner called "Vork_..." (or perhaps multiple miners with same name) are winning a lot of blocks... I don't know who is!
Perhaps a pool?

Dev is it possible to put a limit on mining per ip ?

That's not possible. Simply mine and wait for good luck.

I have a lot Pascals already... I think that would be good the hashpower not to be in a persons hands, but some new miners to join us...
(i don't even now if there is a 51% attack danger for this coin - probably there is).

On the contrary if it's a pool that would be great news!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 16, 2016, 12:16:29 PM
I can see that someone gets 80% of all coins...
Today, a miner called "Vork_..." (or perhaps multiple miners with same name) are winning a lot of blocks... I don't know who is!
Perhaps a pool?

Dev is it possible to put a limit on mining per ip ?

That's not possible. Simply mine and wait for good luck.

I think it's Vorksholk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=51756


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 16, 2016, 12:45:33 PM
Is there a high chance that Vork's miner are the nodes that aren't on the good time frame ?!?
So everyone get's rejected ok blacklisted since he controlled the whole network with more than 50% ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 16, 2016, 01:05:42 PM
Nodes I have problem with

45.32.17.96
45.32.67.33
45.32.87.145
45.32.94.55
45.63.85.13
45.63.87.64
45.63.87.127
45.63.87.186
45.63.87.248
45.76.107.16
104.238.140.120
108.61.126.224
108.61.187.13
108.61.207.220

always the same !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 16, 2016, 01:10:41 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

As for the time messages, if you're still connected and mining fine, you aren't the one with a time issue, it just means that a node with a time issue connected to you.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 16, 2016, 01:10:49 PM
Nodes I have problem with

45.32.17.96

45.32.67.33

45.32.87.145

45.32.94.55

45.63.85.13

45.63.87.64

45.63.87.127

45.63.87.186

45.63.87.248

45.76.107.16

104.238.140.120

108.61.126.224

108.61.187.13

108.61.207.220

Yep, same here.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 16, 2016, 01:23:50 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 01:39:58 PM
Hi everybody!!!

New Build 1.0.4 is available to download at SourceForge:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin


This is a VERY IMPORTANT BUILD:

Build 1.0.4.0 - 2016-09-16
--------------------------
- IMPORTANT: Introducing net protocol changes: Must update!
- More and more and more stable
- Prevents "Alone in the world" if everybody is updated ;-)
- Invalid local time detector with corrections
- IP nodes configurator

Also, all source code is at GitHub:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mgrover on September 16, 2016, 03:17:57 PM
good update


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: aigeezer on September 16, 2016, 03:44:43 PM
good update

Agreed. Error messages have stopped so far. CPU usage is down a bit. Number of connections is way up, and so forth.

Nice job, Dev. Thanks!

Edit: Update - found a block running 1.0.4 now, so there's that too.     ;)



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 16, 2016, 03:57:02 PM
Good, no more messages!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 16, 2016, 04:21:08 PM
Hi everybody!!!

New Build 1.0.4 is available to download at SourceForge:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin


This is a VERY IMPORTANT BUILD:

Build 1.0.4.0 - 2016-09-16
--------------------------
- IMPORTANT: Introducing net protocol changes: Must update!
- More and more and more stable
- Prevents "Alone in the world" if everybody is updated ;-)
- Invalid local time detector with corrections
- IP nodes configurator

Also, all source code is at GitHub:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin


I will try it tonight. Thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 04:39:04 PM
Thanks for your comments, will study to introduce this, but now I will introduce Build 1.0.4 with other more important and urgent corrected bugs.
Glad for your continuing efforts.

By the way, while up to you, possibly consider adding a BTC donation address to the opening post, not uncommon for OPs.


I've added a BTC donation address on first thread:
Support this project! Bitcoin donation address: 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk

Dev will be happy   ;)

Thanks and remember to update!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 16, 2016, 05:56:47 PM
nothing bad in Vorksholk mining, this is not asic or gpu big farm, we just need more people that's all
ready to take more hashrate to prevent attack 51)

take 50 for me and 50 for Vorksholk=))

 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 16, 2016, 06:00:27 PM
Hi everybody!!!

New Build 1.0.4 is available to download at SourceForge:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin


This is a VERY IMPORTANT BUILD:

Build 1.0.4.0 - 2016-09-16
--------------------------
- IMPORTANT: Introducing net protocol changes: Must update!
- More and more and more stable
- Prevents "Alone in the world" if everybody is updated ;-)
- Invalid local time detector with corrections
- IP nodes configurator

Also, all source code is at GitHub:
https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin



I can connect nodes with 1.0.4 wallet, but sync  stopped on 12199 block (spent half an hour to sync).

Wallet show me "Connections:5  Clients:0  Server:5", and "Current Block age: 14 hours ago"

Active Net Connections of this Node:
Quote
Connections Updated 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:56:02 Clients:0 Servers:5 (valid servers:5)
Remote Server: IP:24.56.61.247:4004 Sent/Received:9352/194649 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 13 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.171.50:4004 Sent/Received:6428/130722 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 8 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.179.232:4004 Sent/Received:4815/4518 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 5 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:idesoftware.no-ip.biz:4004 Sent/Received:3295/65545 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 4 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.173.14:4004 Sent/Received:1632/1384 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 32 seconds ago

Blacklist of Nodes:
Quote
BlackList Updated: 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:58 by TID:00005A30
Blacklist IP:45.32.67.33:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:03:20 Reason: Invalid remote timestamp. Difference:25199 > 180
Blacklist IP:45.63.87.127:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:03:34 Reason: Invalid remote timestamp. Difference:25200 > 180
Blacklist IP:108.53.3.135:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:39:43 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:39 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:47 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:212.117.162.201:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:53 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:58 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Total Blacklisted IPs: 7 (Total 8)

Are there any bugs?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 06:13:51 PM
I can connect nodes with 1.0.4 wallet, but sync  stopped on 12199 block (spent half an hour to sync).

Wallet show me "Connections:5  Clients:0  Server:5", and "Current Block age: 14 hours ago"

Active Net Connections of this Node:
Quote
Connections Updated 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:56:02 Clients:0 Servers:5 (valid servers:5)
Remote Server: IP:24.56.61.247:4004 Sent/Received:9352/194649 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 13 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.171.50:4004 Sent/Received:6428/130722 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 8 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.179.232:4004 Sent/Received:4815/4518 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 5 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:idesoftware.no-ip.biz:4004 Sent/Received:3295/65545 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 4 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.173.14:4004 Sent/Received:1632/1384 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 32 seconds ago

Blacklist of Nodes:
Quote
BlackList Updated: 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:58 by TID:00005A30
Blacklist IP:45.32.67.33:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:03:20 Reason: Invalid remote timestamp. Difference:25199 > 180
Blacklist IP:45.63.87.127:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:03:34 Reason: Invalid remote timestamp. Difference:25200 > 180
Blacklist IP:108.53.3.135:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:39:43 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:39 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:47 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:212.117.162.201:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:53 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:58 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Total Blacklisted IPs: 7 (Total 8)

Are there any bugs?


First: Is more easy to connect and establish connections if your port 4004 is open (and then, of course, wait some time, not 10 minuts! 1 or 2 hours)
Second: It's possible that you have connected to some busy servers... but... stay with application active... some hours, and I think you will be fully online and mining.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on September 16, 2016, 06:24:27 PM
Thanks for the update. and I Like the new ANN. Keep it up dev.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doge94 on September 16, 2016, 06:35:11 PM
looking to buy coins in bulk at 0.000008 open to offers


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 16, 2016, 06:36:29 PM
I can connect nodes with 1.0.4 wallet, but sync  stopped on 12199 block (spent half an hour to sync).

Wallet show me "Connections:5  Clients:0  Server:5", and "Current Block age: 14 hours ago"

Active Net Connections of this Node:
Quote
Connections Updated 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:56:02 Clients:0 Servers:5 (valid servers:5)
Remote Server: IP:24.56.61.247:4004 Sent/Received:9352/194649 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 13 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.171.50:4004 Sent/Received:6428/130722 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 8 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.179.232:4004 Sent/Received:4815/4518 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 5 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:idesoftware.no-ip.biz:4004 Sent/Received:3295/65545 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 4 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:163.172.173.14:4004 Sent/Received:1632/1384 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 32 seconds ago

Blacklist of Nodes:
Quote
BlackList Updated: 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:58 by TID:00005A30
Blacklist IP:45.32.67.33:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:03:20 Reason: Invalid remote timestamp. Difference:25199 > 180
Blacklist IP:45.63.87.127:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:03:34 Reason: Invalid remote timestamp. Difference:25200 > 180
Blacklist IP:108.53.3.135:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:39:43 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:39 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:47 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:212.117.162.201:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:53 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:pascalcoin1.dns1.us:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 1:40:58 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Total Blacklisted IPs: 7 (Total 8)

Are there any bugs?


First: Is more easy to connect and establish connections if your port 4004 is open (and then, of course, wait some time, not 10 minuts! 1 or 2 hours)
Second: It's possible that you have connected to some busy servers... but... stay with application active... some hours, and I think you will be fully online and mining.


Right now it is 12207 block, and "Current Block age: 15 hours ago"

Of cause 4004 port has been opened.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: willowrose on September 16, 2016, 08:35:41 PM
I created a thread for people wanting to trade PascalCoin, you can post your bids and offers there:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905.0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 16, 2016, 09:27:49 PM
I have set up my miners, but am unsure how everything works in the wallet. Can someone please make a video explaining everything and upload it to youtube please. Thanks.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 09:29:00 PM
I have set up my miners, but am unsure how everything works in the wallet. Can someone please make a video explaining everything and upload it to youtube please. Thanks.

Dev has no more time... somebody can help?

Please, if somebody makes a tutorial, be sure to use last Build update 1.0.4, thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 16, 2016, 10:47:08 PM
I have set up my miners, but am unsure how everything works in the wallet. Can someone please make a video explaining everything and upload it to youtube please. Thanks.

What do you mean by everything ? :)
Is that about how  to set up your miner ( just clicking mining xD ) or how does the account system works ? or anything else ? :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 16, 2016, 11:10:41 PM
How to check my balance, wallet address, how to send and such.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 16, 2016, 11:15:33 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 16, 2016, 11:22:25 PM
I have set up my miners, but am unsure how everything works in the wallet. Can someone please make a video explaining everything and upload it to youtube please. Thanks.

It's quite easy. Just start your wallet and it'll mine eventually. Be patient. And please open your port 4004 on your router/modem. I did not need to open it though.

In Project > Options you can change the name of your miner and how many cores of the CPU you want to use.

Before you can receive Pascal Coins you need to have mined a block.. I did see you wanted to buy some. If you found someone, ask him/her if you can get an empty account first. GL.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 16, 2016, 11:26:36 PM
One of my computers found a block. He asked for my current target and sent to this computer that hasn't found a block yet. So I hope they show up and didn't get deleted or something lol. The one that found a block shows like 5 account numbers. 1 with the 109 coin block reward and 4 empty accounts, but I still see nothing about what is the address or how to send or receive.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 16, 2016, 11:38:17 PM
One of my computers found a block. He asked for my current target and sent to this computer that hasn't found a block yet. So I hope they show up and didn't get deleted or something lol. The one that found a block shows like 5 account numbers. 1 with the 109 coin block reward and 4 empty accounts, but I still see nothing about what is the address or how to send or receive.

due your explanation i supose that you won block 12282. Congrats.

Must wait 100 new blocks prior to operate with it.

After... try playing with application, transfering from one of your account to another one, changing private key, transferring to a new public key...

I think it's easy to use, but... I'm a dev, not a designer  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 16, 2016, 11:53:11 PM
Ok I'll check it out later and see if I can figure it out. If I do I'll make a video for using it.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 17, 2016, 01:52:58 AM
is anyone else connected to a bunch of local ips and the correct remote servers ?

like a bunch of 10.0.0.2 with many different ports.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 17, 2016, 03:10:48 AM
Wallet 1.0.14 is running 12 hours or so, and right now:

Connections: 5
Clients: 0
Servers: 5
Current Block age: 23 hours ago
Pending Operations: 85
Node Status: Found block 12353

Quote
Connections Updated 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 11:06:59 Clients:0 Servers:5 (valid servers:5)
Remote Server: IP:92.111.68.234:4004 Sent/Received:134481/2996662 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 2 hours ago
Remote Server: IP:49.51.9.243:4004 Sent/Received:92523/76907 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 1 hour ago
Remote Server: IP:45.63.22.19:4004 Sent/Received:72407/1347068 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 1 hour ago
Remote Server: IP:86.168.254.13:4004 Sent/Received:62843/854241 Bytes - [1-0] 1.0.3 - Active since 48 minutes ago
Remote Server: IP:bpascal2.dynamic-dns.net:4004 Sent/Received:48500/956296 Bytes - [1-2] 1.0.4 - Active since 35 minutes ago

Quote
BlackList Updated: 2016/9/17 星期六 上午 11:02:45 by TID:000043AC
Blacklist IP:104.198.235.247:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 10:18:24 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Blacklist IP:idesoftware.no-ip.biz:4004 LastConnection:2016/9/17 星期六 上午 10:31:13 Reason: Cannot receive my block (12000)... Invalid client. Disconnecting
Total Blacklisted IPs: 2 (Total 5)

Measn I can not sync the last blocks, correct? BTW, my location is China with the GFW, but I can connect nodes.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 17, 2016, 05:19:49 AM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.


flowerpots,
Thanks for sharing will give it a try


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Foex on September 17, 2016, 06:21:25 AM
What is the algo of the coin?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 17, 2016, 06:54:58 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 17, 2016, 06:55:42 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?
Nevermind. 4.5 fee was included.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Foex on September 17, 2016, 07:03:16 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?
Nevermind. 4.5 fee was included.

If I need to buy coins from someone, do I need to mined a block?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 17, 2016, 07:23:06 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?
Nevermind. 4.5 fee was included.

If I need to buy coins from someone, do I need to mined a block?

Yes hopefully the developer sets something up where you can buy and sell addresses later on.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theboccet on September 17, 2016, 09:27:04 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?
Nevermind. 4.5 fee was included.

If I need to buy coins from someone, do I need to mined a block?

Yes hopefully the developer sets something up where you can buy and sell addresses later on.
Itcan be a big feature if the Dev add a tab in the wallet where we can exchange accounts for BTC and Pascals!!!!
something like when you fill the order you have the ability to change account key and transfer it to your wallet!!!!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 17, 2016, 09:31:03 AM
selling accounts for btc :D  PM me


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on September 17, 2016, 09:59:05 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?
Nevermind. 4.5 fee was included.

If I need to buy coins from someone, do I need to mined a block?

The person who you buy it from probably can also give you an account. Each block comes with 5 accounts. Each wallet has a public key. You can transfer an account to someone else by filling in the public key. What's your public key, I'll send you an account and after that some Pascal to get you started.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mooingcows on September 17, 2016, 10:10:28 AM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pineapples on September 17, 2016, 10:19:29 AM
I mined block 12309 and there's a reward of 104,5. What's up with that dev?
Nevermind. 4.5 fee was included.

If I need to buy coins from someone, do I need to mined a block?

Every block comes with 5 accounts, if you buy some coins off someone surely they will give you an account.
i've mined 7 blocks, 35 accounts is more than i need . lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theboccet on September 17, 2016, 10:44:15 AM
I'll give 10 accounts for the 1st 10 users who will PM me their public key
Public key is needed to be able to transfer account to a new user.
Enjoy

Edit: No more accounts to give ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 17, 2016, 12:32:33 PM
I,ve got a few accounts i can sell to :-) pm me if interested


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mickeyb on September 17, 2016, 12:33:15 PM
OP is so confusing ....what is total supply ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 17, 2016, 01:02:12 PM
OP is so confusing ....what is total supply ?


Look at "Total coin in circulation" The last line is the total supply when all block will be mined ;)

edit: around 86 x 10^6


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 17, 2016, 01:06:35 PM
OP is so confusing ....what is total supply ?

86 Million.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 17, 2016, 02:41:51 PM
I've got 20 accounts to give away.  PM with public key to receive.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 17, 2016, 02:53:58 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 17, 2016, 03:10:14 PM
do we have a block explorer


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 17, 2016, 03:12:44 PM
It's built into the wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 17, 2016, 03:25:04 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K
How much are you paying to run 8cores?
Edit: + The reward seems to be based on luck as well, is it better to run 8x1 core instead of 1x8cores cpu?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 17, 2016, 03:38:55 PM
can you post a guide how to use wallet ..... i can't


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 17, 2016, 06:46:13 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K
How much are you paying to run 8cores?
Edit: + The reward seems to be based on luck as well, is it better to run 8x1 core instead of 1x8cores cpu?
Free trial for now


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 17, 2016, 07:07:32 PM
Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 17, 2016, 07:11:45 PM
For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K
How much are you paying to run 8cores?
Edit: + The reward seems to be based on luck as well, is it better to run 8x1 core instead of 1x8cores cpu?
Free trial for now

Are you able to have windows instance(not server)? I'm able to trial the windows server version, otherwise I need MSDN account which I dont have...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 17, 2016, 07:27:35 PM
Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

The software has been heightened, thanks so much - the software is much more stable now  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 17, 2016, 07:34:03 PM
Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

The software has been heightened, thanks so much - the software is much more stable now  8)
yes stable and highly exceptional. :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nomadsena on September 17, 2016, 08:31:47 PM
been mining for 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 17, 2016, 09:10:26 PM
been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck


its not just you, difficultly is rising quickly



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 17, 2016, 09:28:43 PM
been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck

That's actually pretty lucky I think.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 17, 2016, 09:36:21 PM
been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck

Check your preferences to see if you are using all your CPU cores, it will tell you the amount of cores and you have to increase it.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: allyouracid on September 17, 2016, 09:38:54 PM
It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!

Well, it will help with a fair distribution, which so far has been great.
It's an old post I'm replying to, and I don't know if anything has changed, so far (if so, please let me know, because then, I'd be willing to buy a couple of coins!). But for me, it's all but fair distribution, because I don't own any machine running Windoze.

There are some compilers (fp-compile amongst others), but they seem to require .pas files, which I can't seem to find in the project's git.

Any advice? Would be kind of annoying if I can't get into this project because of the lack of a GNU/Linux wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nomadsena on September 17, 2016, 10:47:36 PM
been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck

Check your preferences to see if you are using all your CPU cores, it will tell you the amount of cores and you have to increase it.
i know bro but i need my cpu to do my day to day things too so dedicated only one core .... and doing it on a laptop so not a good idea to use more than 2cores out of my 4cores


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 17, 2016, 10:51:08 PM
It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!

Well, it will help with a fair distribution, which so far has been great.
It's an old post I'm replying to, and I don't know if anything has changed, so far (if so, please let me know, because then, I'd be willing to buy a couple of coins!). But for me, it's all but fair distribution, because I don't own any machine running Windoze.

There are some compilers (fp-compile amongst others), but they seem to require .pas files, which I can't seem to find in the project's git.

Any advice? Would be kind of annoying if I can't get into this project because of the lack of a GNU/Linux wallet.

virtualize windows


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 17, 2016, 11:03:59 PM
Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

User is Happy for the same reasons + Dev is really active and reactive on this project :D
Thank you Dev for binging us such a good quality :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 18, 2016, 12:42:03 AM
funny my miners with 1000kh/s to 1500kh/s got 1 to 2 blocks for almost a day...my 772 kh/s even got a block, while my 3340 kh/s miner did not get even a single block.

edit: 3340 kh/s just got a block at 342000G of hashing


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 18, 2016, 01:55:22 AM
funny my miners with 1000kh/s to 1500kh/s got 1 to 2 blocks for almost a day...my 772 kh/s even got a block, while my 3340 kh/s miner did not get even a single block.

edit: 3340 kh/s just got a block at 342000G of hashing

@Dev: Does the code really take random/luck into the equation when attributing reward? If yes, that is good news for the average Joe miner.

Also, do you think it is a good idea to add the cumumaltive hashes into the equation as well for block reward so that earlier adopter and the average Joe miner can be competitive vs mining farm?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on September 18, 2016, 02:24:58 AM
funny my miners with 1000kh/s to 1500kh/s got 1 to 2 blocks for almost a day...my 772 kh/s even got a block, while my 3340 kh/s miner did not get even a single block.

edit: 3340 kh/s just got a block at 342000G of hashing

http://image.prntscr.com/image/c7ccba988d6e4d91b5e59ff960f278b0.png 24 hours of mining yet my 4000 kh/s got zero in 32 hours. lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 18, 2016, 03:36:46 AM
Got one block today. Good luck mining


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 18, 2016, 04:16:46 AM
I use windows 10 (64 amd) and wallet 1.0.4

Quote
Connections: 6
Clients: 0
Servers: 6
Current Block age: 2 days ago
Pending Operations: 85
Node Status: Found block 12665

I spent 2 days to sync, but the problem still be in.




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 18, 2016, 11:08:29 AM
I use windows 10 (64 amd) and wallet 1.0.4

Quote
Connections: 6
Clients: 0
Servers: 6
Current Block age: 2 days ago
Pending Operations: 85
Node Status: Found block 12665

I spent 2 days to sync, but the problem still be in.




I think that best option is to uninstall and install again...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 18, 2016, 12:46:35 PM
hey everything is working great at my end 😊 and is there a list of I.P's to add to my node? I'm only getting 5 or 6 connections, just so I can add more to help the network more 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 18, 2016, 01:54:47 PM
buying pascal coins if anyone would like to sell pm me


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 18, 2016, 02:04:06 PM
buying pascal coins if anyone would like to sell pm me

how much are Pascal worth? since there not on a exchange yet?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 18, 2016, 02:09:36 PM
I use windows 10 (64 amd) and wallet 1.0.4

Quote
Connections: 6
Clients: 0
Servers: 6
Current Block age: 2 days ago
Pending Operations: 85
Node Status: Found block 12665

I spent 2 days to sync, but the problem still be in.




I think that best option is to uninstall and install again...

I uninstalled and re-installed but the problem happened again.

I tried installed on 3 PC (all of win10 system) and "Clients: 0" yet.

BTW, I am in China, and I tried use VPN and direct connect.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 18, 2016, 02:13:19 PM
buying pascal coins if anyone would like to sell pm me

how much are Pascal worth? since there not on a exchange yet?

they are worth what someone is willing to pay for them, which right now is 0.00001 per coin



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 18, 2016, 02:21:22 PM
buying pascal coins if anyone would like to sell pm me

how much are Pascal worth? since there not on a exchange yet?

they are worth what someone is willing to pay for them, which right now is 0.00001 per coin



yes im paying 0.00001 too

can buy in bulk


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 18, 2016, 03:21:01 PM
buying pascal coins if anyone would like to sell pm me

how much are Pascal worth? since there not on a exchange yet?

they are worth what someone is willing to pay for them, which right now is 0.00001 per coin



yes im paying 0.00001 too

 I'm not looking to sell was just wondering what the going price was just now 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 18, 2016, 04:36:27 PM
i'll also pay 0.00001 :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 18, 2016, 04:45:04 PM
.00001 BTC/Pascal gives it a market cap of around $7700 USD, or 12.9 BTC.
This would place the coin at #323 on coinmarketcap.com, just behind SwagBucks.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on September 18, 2016, 05:16:02 PM
buying at 500sats per coin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 18, 2016, 05:27:31 PM
yes may be very beneficial to those who had mined and could get a block . This could be an asset in the day when pascal coin can be placed by the market , because this coin is very difficult in the mine .


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 18, 2016, 05:28:30 PM
Send me your bulk offers. I am willing to buy at higher prices than 0.00001


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 18, 2016, 08:27:08 PM
"...I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K..."
@Sam123
What VM did you loaded ?
Standard A4 (8 Cores, 14 GB memory) gives me only 2.5 MHz.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 18, 2016, 08:27:42 PM
"...I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K..."
@Sam123
What VM did you loaded ?
Standard A4 (8 Cores, 14 GB memory) gives me only 2.5 MHz.

Go to preferences and increase your CPU cores in the Pascal wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nomadsena on September 18, 2016, 09:45:07 PM
"...I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K..."
@Sam123
What VM did you loaded ?
Standard A4 (8 Cores, 14 GB memory) gives me only 2.5 MHz.

Go to preferences and increase your CPU cores in the Pascal wallet.

i too tried to create an account but they are asking for credit card details and i dont have one ..... too bad   :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 18, 2016, 10:09:38 PM
Dear users... mine at your home is still possible... it's difficult, of course, but a common 4 CPU (mining with 3 CPU) at +- 2100 Kh/s can found (in my case) 1 or 2 blocks per day.

Good luck


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Namiks on September 18, 2016, 10:28:49 PM
Mining with 8 cpu's right now.

Hoping to see a block soon™.

Edit: First block found. :^)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 18, 2016, 10:41:01 PM
Any early miners with lots of empty accounts that you don't want, PM me. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 18, 2016, 10:55:02 PM
Any early miners with lots of empty accounts that you don't want, PM me. 

why do you want empty accounts?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: haggis on September 18, 2016, 11:04:38 PM
Any early miners with lots of empty accounts that you don't want, PM me. 

why do you want empty accounts?
I'd guess it has something to do with taxes...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 18, 2016, 11:07:38 PM
Any early miners with lots of empty accounts that you don't want, PM me. 

why do you want empty accounts?

to put coins in them



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Namiks on September 18, 2016, 11:14:16 PM
Any early miners with lots of empty accounts that you don't want, PM me. 

why do you want empty accounts?

Wealth distribution.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 19, 2016, 12:16:02 AM
"...I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K..."
@Sam123
What VM did you loaded ?
Standard A4 (8 Cores, 14 GB memory) gives me only 2.5 MHz.

Go to preferences and increase your CPU cores in the Pascal wallet.
That was the 1st thing that I did after start of the wallet.
Running now 16 cores @ 11.9 MHz, (2X Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2673 v3 @ 2.40GHz).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on September 19, 2016, 12:57:33 AM
Could someone explain the benefit of not needing historical operations?  Will that make the transactions anonymous?  Also wondering what the pending operations are and why some have fees?  

Thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 19, 2016, 05:13:02 AM
Could someone explain the benefit of not needing historical operations?  Will that make the transactions anonymous?  Also wondering what the pending operations are and why some have fees?  

Thanks
Far smaller safebox hash size and protection against double spend/other vulnerabilities by design.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cointron on September 19, 2016, 07:24:34 AM
Trying to send some coins to myself  but i can´t. Wallet says: " account blocked for protocol "  any help ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CoinManiac1 on September 19, 2016, 08:38:49 AM
Is this normal while mining?

Connections:5, Client:0, Servers:5

Edit: Is my miner speed normal?

http://i.imgur.com/MnrdNJx.jpg


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on September 19, 2016, 08:42:27 AM
i take back my buy order sorry not interested in buying thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 19, 2016, 09:46:53 AM
In order to do anything, I need account which I will get after mining a block (100 Pascal +5 accounts).
Correct?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 19, 2016, 10:00:36 AM
In order to do anything, I need account which I will get after mining a block (100 Pascal +5 accounts).
Correct?

Yes or someone can send you a private key with accounts.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 19, 2016, 10:08:08 AM
In order to do anything, I need account which I will get after mining a block (100 Pascal +5 accounts).
Correct?

Yes or someone can send you a private key with accounts.

Or... more exactly... you generate your private key, and you tell to "Joe" your public key (it's public, no problem). Then "Joe" changes public key of one of his accounts by your public key.
After doing this, Joe will not be able to operate with this account, and only you will be able to operate with this account.
This is "Transfer account to a new owner" operation.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 19, 2016, 10:20:14 AM
Thanks.

I hope that I find a block one day :)
Currently mining with an i7 920 @ 15-23 Kh/s - depending on the cores i let mine.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 19, 2016, 12:39:21 PM
Hey dev, is there anyway we can graph the hashrate, I know it's definately increasing? Is there anyway to see global hashrate or have a graph that shows it? Would be a really cool feature.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 19, 2016, 04:46:47 PM
Hey dev, is there anyway we can graph the hashrate, I know it's definately increasing? Is there anyway to see global hashrate or have a graph that shows it? Would be a really cool feature.

Yeah I agree with that, would be nice ! The build-in blockchain explorer is a great feature of the wallet !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 19, 2016, 04:59:54 PM
In order to do anything, I need account which I will get after mining a block (100 Pascal +5 accounts).
Correct?

Yes or someone can send you a private key with accounts.

Or... more exactly... you generate your private key, and you tell to "Joe" your public key (it's public, no problem). Then "Joe" changes public key of one of his accounts by your public key.
After doing this, Joe will not be able to operate with this account, and only you will be able to operate with this account.
This is "Transfer account to a new owner" operation.

Good to know.
We don't need then to export the private key to a file and send it to a new owner. We just need to send the public key. Thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nomadsena on September 19, 2016, 06:01:41 PM
Thanks.

I hope that I find a block one day :)
Currently mining with an i7 920 @ 15-23 Kh/s - depending on the cores i let mine.

man mine is just i3 and i m doing 200-250Kh/s using only one core


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 19, 2016, 07:00:48 PM
Thanks.

I hope that I find a block one day :)
Currently mining with an i7 920 @ 15-23 Kh/s - depending on the cores i let mine.

man mine is just i3 and i m doing 200-250Kh/s using only one core


After ~9 hours I got my first block.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 19, 2016, 07:13:58 PM
So idid some calculations and the hashrate of block 13250 was at 599,9751490339 MH/s

and the first 1k2-k blocks that were created had 2MH/s imagine how many you could mine if you discovered pascalcoin right when it was released.Guilt trio.It would be easily some 50k pascalcoins meaning if they were sold for 0.0001 btc it would be 5BTC BTC.FML.
http://imgur.com/a/dkrlq



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on September 19, 2016, 07:30:39 PM
24 cpu for about 10mh/s total and not a single block found in 24h ...
A coin for insider not going to throw my hashrate at this coin again not profitable to much botnet from the start...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 19, 2016, 07:32:44 PM
So idid some calculations and the hashrate of block 13250 was at 599,9751490339 MH/s

and the first 1k2-k blocks that were created had 2MH/s imagine how many you could mine if you discovered pascalcoin right when it was released.Guilt trio.It would be easily some 50k pascalcoins meaning if they were sold for 0.0001 btc it would be 5BTC BTC.FML.
http://imgur.com/a/dkrlq



Could you explain your math? The target of block 13250 was 232EDD70. The first two hex characters (23) represent the decimal number 35. This is the number of leading zeros on the resultant hash in binary. This means that, for a target starting with 23, it should take between 2^35 and 2^36 hashes to solve a block, on average.

Since this process takes an average of 5 minutes = 300 seconds, the hash rate for the network if the target 23xxxxxx is true should be between (2^35)/300 and (2^36)/300, which is: 114,532,461 H/s to 229,064,922 H/s, or somewhere between ~114 MH/s and ~229 MH/s. We could get a more precise estimate hashrate by also interpreting the remaining three less-significant bytes of the target.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 19, 2016, 07:57:17 PM
24 cpu for about 10mh/s total and not a single block found in 24h ...
A coin for insider not going to throw my hashrate at this coin again not profitable to much botnet from the start...

Botnets were not be able to be active from the start. The developer made sure that cannot happen.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on September 19, 2016, 08:53:06 PM
i GOT PASCAL WALLET TO POP UP but had to use WINE to open up Windows link but I am on Linux 64. Wallet won't open up after I get a Windows Data Components 2.1 error message saying it did not install correctly. What am I missing? I'd like to try out Pascal Coin. Please advise.

BitcoinMacroeconomics.com


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 19, 2016, 09:18:18 PM
How do you delete your wallet. where is the wallet file stored on windows 10. I need to delete it.


are the cyber police after you?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 19, 2016, 09:25:18 PM
It should be in the %appdata%/roaming folder


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 19, 2016, 10:22:25 PM
So idid some calculations and the hashrate of block 13250 was at 599,9751490339 MH/s

and the first 1k2-k blocks that were created had 2MH/s imagine how many you could mine if you discovered pascalcoin right when it was released.Guilt trio.It would be easily some 50k pascalcoins meaning if they were sold for 0.0001 btc it would be 5BTC BTC.FML.
http://imgur.com/a/dkrlq



Could you explain your math? The target of block 13250 was 232EDD70. The first two hex characters (23) represent the decimal number 35. This is the number of leading zeros on the resultant hash in binary. This means that, for a target starting with 23, it should take between 2^35 and 2^36 hashes to solve a block, on average.

Since this process takes an average of 5 minutes = 300 seconds, the hash rate for the network if the target 23xxxxxx is true should be between (2^35)/300 and (2^36)/300, which is: 114,532,461 H/s to 229,064,922 H/s, or somewhere between ~114 MH/s and ~229 MH/s. We could get a more precise estimate hashrate by also interpreting the remaining three less-significant bytes of the target.

Dear Vorksholk.

This is a very, very good explanation. Easy to understand.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 19, 2016, 10:50:41 PM
Hey dev can you include the buy/sell thread in the OP until there is an exchange to trade on?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 19, 2016, 10:58:53 PM
Hey dev can you include the buy/sell thread in the OP until there is an exchange to trade on?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905



thats a nice price your willing to pay for the coins :-) think i will hold on to mines :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 19, 2016, 11:02:31 PM
Hey dev can you include the buy/sell thread in the OP until there is an exchange to trade on?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905



thats a nice price your willing to pay for the coins :-) think i will hold on to mines :-)

I don't blame you!  But some people like to mine, sell and move onto something else.  Not everyone wants to hold this coin for months.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Arrakeen on September 19, 2016, 11:07:09 PM
Just downloaded the wallet - will it begin mining automatically (given the checkbox is...checked)?  Like the minimalistic look of the wallet. Posting to watch this for future reference :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 19, 2016, 11:48:08 PM
Just downloaded the wallet - will it begin mining automatically (given the checkbox is...checked)?  Like the minimalistic look of the wallet. Posting to watch this for future reference :)

Yes, the checkbox is checked on startup as long as it's checked it will be good.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Arrakeen on September 20, 2016, 12:42:43 AM
Just downloaded the wallet - will it begin mining automatically (given the checkbox is...checked)?  Like the minimalistic look of the wallet. Posting to watch this for future reference :)

Yes, the checkbox is checked on startup as long as it's checked it will be good.


Thanks...


What's the best way to transfer my block rewards?  I'm on a remote computer & would like to transfer my info home...just copy my wallet.dat?

or

Export private keys to file*


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 20, 2016, 01:14:13 AM
Hi, I'm new to mining but not new to programming.  I am mining now with the download but not sure how I am identified, like what address my wallet has, how I am credited for my work.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pineapples on September 20, 2016, 05:45:47 AM
Just downloaded the wallet - will it begin mining automatically (given the checkbox is...checked)?  Like the minimalistic look of the wallet. Posting to watch this for future reference :)

Yes, the checkbox is checked on startup as long as it's checked it will be good.


Thanks...


What's the best way to transfer my block rewards?  I'm on a remote computer & would like to transfer my info home...just copy my wallet.dat?

or

Export private keys to file*

make sure your mining is going to a single key of your choice, else it generates a new random one every block you get (if you get any lol)

also under the new operation window, you can transfer account to a new private key, or transfer account to a new owner.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pineapples on September 20, 2016, 05:47:56 AM
Hi, I'm new to mining but not new to programming.  I am mining now with the download but not sure how I am identified, like what address my wallet has, how I am credited for my work.


in the options window,
you can set your miner name, this appears in the blockgeneration history,
also you can set what key is being used to mine.

you can generate (and export/import) keys, in the private key window.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: namjar on September 20, 2016, 08:45:06 AM
What problem with Windows 10?
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CsyCZp1WgAEbbfx.jpg


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 20, 2016, 08:49:07 AM

i've now turned my miner off  >:(  hashrates too high but when i was running  it, it worked fine on Windows 10 pro and i had no problems apart from finding a block since the coins getting popular  ;D which is great  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kokokoin on September 20, 2016, 08:51:09 AM
Any news aboud adding to exchange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 20, 2016, 10:12:47 AM
Any news aboud adding to exchange?

Wanting to dump? :p

I think pascal coin is not ready yet for exchange due to account number problem :p


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bumbacoin on September 20, 2016, 11:36:15 AM

handling accounts is slightly painful :) need an api or somesuch to make handling large quantities simpler

another suggestion is to allow multiple accounts being used as inputs for a single transaction. as in bitcoin when all coins within a wallet, no matter how many addresses) can be drawn on.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 20, 2016, 12:45:58 PM
buying pascal coins 1100 sats per coin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 20, 2016, 02:29:58 PM
buying pascal coins 1100 sats per coin

think i will hold onto them until the coin goes up to 0.0001 btc ;D after all its at 1100 without even being on a exchange, so i take it the only way is up for the coin  :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mgrover on September 20, 2016, 03:14:11 PM
how we can see the future of this coin


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 20, 2016, 04:48:20 PM
Yeah, is there any bigger idea behind this ?!?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 05:10:36 PM
Yeah, is there any bigger idea behind this ?!?

You should read the whitepaper most of the important tech is already developed in relation to cryptographic methods.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 05:40:42 PM
Hi, I'm new to mining but not new to programming.  I am mining now with the download but not sure how I am identified, like what address my wallet has, how I am credited for my work.


in the options window,
you can set your miner name, this appears in the blockgeneration history,
also you can set what key is being used to mine.

you can generate (and export/import) keys, in the private key window.

Thanks.  

I noticed on the miner in the right side window I had two lines showing pending, with the amount -100.000.  
Now I only have one.  Can you explain a little bit about that, and why the negative number?

I now have two lines again , and now three and it says "transaction sent to account" (an 7 digit number divided by a dash).  What is that
number?  Is that related to my processing in particular or the group processing?



Can you show screenshots so we can identify.

The 7 digit number is an account number much like a hash address in Bitcoin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 20, 2016, 06:04:09 PM
Does anyone know what what language the developer speaks. I would like to have him on my show coininterview but we need someone who can speak english and translate for him.

Dev don't want an interview now. Needs all time to work in PascalCoin 8)
Thanks

EDIT: In this thread there are people like ICOcountdown.com or VorkSholk or WillowRose that knows how PascalCoin works, sure they speak english... Perhaps they can explain how PascalCoin works ;-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 20, 2016, 06:43:46 PM
Hi, I'm new to mining but not new to programming.  I am mining now with the download but not sure how I am identified, like what address my wallet has, how I am credited for my work.


in the options window,
you can set your miner name, this appears in the blockgeneration history,
also you can set what key is being used to mine.

you can generate (and export/import) keys, in the private key window.

Thanks.  

I noticed on the miner in the right side window I had two lines showing pending, with the amount -100.000.  
Now I only have one.  Can you explain a little bit about that, and why the negative number?

I now have two lines again , and now three and it says "transaction sent to account" (an 7 digit number divided by a dash).  What is that
number?  Is that related to my processing in particular or the group processing?



Can you show screenshots so we can identify.

The 7 digit number is an account number much like a hash address in Bitcoin.

I figured it out that it was showing local on left side and what the coin was doing in the big picture on the right.  I would do a screen shot but now the right side
is completely blank.  I was puzzled because I've run it for about 18 hours at 365 kh and it's not showing any blocks found.   Is there something that shows the user's progress
in the application?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 07:07:13 PM
Hi, I'm new to mining but not new to programming.  I am mining now with the download but not sure how I am identified, like what address my wallet has, how I am credited for my work.


in the options window,
you can set your miner name, this appears in the blockgeneration history,
also you can set what key is being used to mine.

you can generate (and export/import) keys, in the private key window.

Thanks.  

I noticed on the miner in the right side window I had two lines showing pending, with the amount -100.000.  
Now I only have one.  Can you explain a little bit about that, and why the negative number?

I now have two lines again , and now three and it says "transaction sent to account" (an 7 digit number divided by a dash).  What is that
number?  Is that related to my processing in particular or the group processing?



Can you show screenshots so we can identify.

The 7 digit number is an account number much like a hash address in Bitcoin.

I figured it out that it was showing local on left side and what the coin was doing in the big picture on the right.  I would do a screen shot but now the right side
is completely blank.  I was puzzled because I've run it for about 18 hours at 365 kh and it's not showing any blocks found.   Is there something that shows the user's progress
in the application?


You need to click the checbox to show your own private keys.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: str4wm4n on September 20, 2016, 07:11:36 PM
can you mine this coin with GPU?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 07:16:27 PM
can you mine this coin with GPU?

There is no GPU miner currently available, only CPU until it is designed.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 20, 2016, 07:44:27 PM
This coin already got a lot of noise which is nice.
But can we keep it low for some more time?

I'm mining around 1 Block per day. Would be cool if this won't get interrupted by more miners  :P


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 07:51:15 PM
https://twitter.com/ICOcountdown/status/778320556340965376

Retweet everyone :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kellendil on September 20, 2016, 08:07:24 PM
İ got around 14 blocks a day and now only 1 :D With 20 cpus btw


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 20, 2016, 08:10:00 PM
Had we today a huge increase in hashpower?
The average 100 blocktime was down to 177s.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 08:13:20 PM
Had we today a huge increase in hashpower?
The average 100 blocktime was down to 177s.

Yeah the hashrate has definately gone through the roof.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 20, 2016, 08:46:12 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: str4wm4n on September 20, 2016, 09:23:46 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 20, 2016, 09:57:24 PM
So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 20, 2016, 10:16:10 PM
So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

You can see your hashes next to the mining speed. I think average takes 200k~ for a block at this diff.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 10:17:25 PM
So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

You can see your hashes next to the mining speed. I think average takes 200k~ for a block at this diff.

You can see all the blocks you have received in the account explorer.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 20, 2016, 10:32:53 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!
Lets also add a speed limiter, 500 kHz max. regardless of cpu power.  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 20, 2016, 10:37:28 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!
Lets also add a speed limiter, 500 kHz max. regardless of cpu power.  8)

Wouldn't stop people from mining on multiple computers or launching multiple times the app on the same computer :/


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 20, 2016, 10:48:11 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!
Lets also add a speed limiter, 500 kHz max. regardless of cpu power.  8)

Wouldn't stop people from mining on multiple computers or launching multiple times the app on the same computer :/
Crap I forgot that one.
POW is sadly only for big players nothing new there, time to shut down my wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 20, 2016, 10:52:04 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 20, 2016, 10:56:34 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

I'm working in RPC functionality, but I need some help in concepts.
Which kind of methods need?

(Imagine a RPC-JSON)

Is there a standard of function names and expected functionality? Or, if not a standard, a website explaining a well known RPC functions for cryptocurrency.

Thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 20, 2016, 10:57:07 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 20, 2016, 10:59:29 PM
So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

You can see your hashes next to the mining speed. I think average takes 200k~ for a block at this diff.

Yes, I just see zero blocks going on about 24 hours, which I am ok with, I really am new so I'm not sure what this will turn out to be.   I am not sure what you mean, by average takes "200k~ for a block at this diff. " Around how many coins when I first get a block, 200K?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on September 20, 2016, 11:02:43 PM
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list
You will need at least:
getaccount
getaccountaddress
getbalance
getblock
getblocktemplate
getinfo
getnewaddress
gettransaction
sendtoaddress

and probably some more.

Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

I'm working in RPC functionality, but I need some help in concepts.
Which kind of methods need?

(Imagine a RPC-JSON)

Is there a standard of function names and expected functionality? Or, if not a standard, a website explaining a well known RPC functions for cryptocurrency.

Thanks



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 20, 2016, 11:22:27 PM
dont shut the miner/wallet bro. Keep it burning. pascal coin is awesome.
Cheaper to buy when miners are selling off.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 20, 2016, 11:42:12 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 20, 2016, 11:56:57 PM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. :D

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 21, 2016, 12:27:04 AM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. :D

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



If we had RPC access, then we could write a GPU miner in any language. There are OpenCL bindings for Delphi, but there'd be no need to use them.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 21, 2016, 12:29:47 AM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. :D

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on September 21, 2016, 12:33:23 AM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. :D

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?

Not having a public GPU miner doesn't mean people aren't GPU mining, it just means that a select few have an unreasonably significant advantage over the entire remainder of the network. To throw some numbers around, one high-end GPU could probably quadruple the entire network's current hash rate. This means that if someone wanted to attack the network, they just need to write a GPU miner and run it on a ~$150 card.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on September 21, 2016, 02:20:52 AM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. :D

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?

Not having a public GPU miner doesn't mean people aren't GPU mining, it just means that a select few have an unreasonably significant advantage over the entire remainder of the network. To throw some numbers around, one high-end GPU could probably quadruple the entire network's current hash rate. This means that if someone wanted to attack the network, they just need to write a GPU miner and run it on a ~$150 card.

in other words, the more optimized the network mining is, the less chance of an attack from a high hashrate entity.

the problem is the monopoly of optimized mining.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 21, 2016, 05:25:33 AM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    8) 8) 8) ::) ::) ::)

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications :)

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. :D

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?

Very funny, well, then you could answer the questions that Joe Miner poses in this thread   :)

It is kind of interesting have a bird's eye view of these alt coins trying to take off.  You expect only uber geeks to understand what's going on, and only a small percentage of people will bother answering questions. 




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 21, 2016, 05:38:58 AM
Most don't know what's going on. They just want GPU mining because they likely have a few or a bunch of GPUs. Once it becomes to hard to CPU mine, if it ever does, I am sure the dev will create an instance for GPU mining. At this stage CPU is still fine. A few months down the road though who knows. I like the concept, enjoy helping the network and collecting coins. Be it with CPU or eventually GPU. Still looking to buy more coins as well in case people don't check the buy and sell thread back on page 22. Still paying .000015 BTC per Pascal coin. Must have proof of coins in your wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 21, 2016, 10:05:08 AM
Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

I'm working in RPC functionality, but I need some help in concepts.
Which kind of methods need?

(Imagine a RPC-JSON)

Is there a standard of function names and expected functionality? Or, if not a standard, a website explaining a well known RPC functions for cryptocurrency.

Thanks


Here you go:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/API_reference_(JSON-RPC)

https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-reference#bitcoin-core-apis (New)

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list (Old)

https://code.google.com/archive/p/fpbitcoin/ (Pascal Bitcoin Client)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on September 21, 2016, 12:10:33 PM
dont shut the miner/wallet bro. Keep it burning. pascal coin is awesome.
Cheaper to buy when miners are selling off.

Math on that bro?
Where I live electricity costs money, then I ignore costs of hardware.  :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 21, 2016, 03:21:11 PM
Would be nice if we could rearranged accounts by number of coins and not only in number order. (Private keys and all accounts)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 21, 2016, 05:02:32 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Namiks on September 21, 2016, 05:13:58 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

I agree. The wallet isn't very simplistic and generally doesn't look very appealing.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 21, 2016, 05:19:54 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nomadsena on September 21, 2016, 05:45:33 PM
why cant we pool mine this coin.....


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 21, 2016, 05:49:53 PM
because nobody wants to share



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 21, 2016, 06:19:56 PM
why cant we pool mine this coin.....

Not sure that it can be pool mined yet?


Title: Pascal - With Virtual Machine
Post by: btcmacroecon on September 21, 2016, 07:43:49 PM
I resolved my issues by not going via Linux / WINE, but had to get a Virtual Machine. So I am now mining. Don't know what I am doing or how to use the wallet, so I guess are there any instructions available? I don't even know how to figure out my public address or how to send, or what's going on specific to mining. Please advise!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: SmallVern on September 21, 2016, 07:58:25 PM
Mining pools will come. And when they do, that's going to help the value of this coin for sure. Go Pascal!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 21, 2016, 08:17:49 PM
Mining pools will come. And when they do, that's going to help the value of this coin for sure. Go Pascal!
Agreed but we will not be able to mine with our PC anymore


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 21, 2016, 09:13:02 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 21, 2016, 09:26:43 PM
why cant we pool mine this coin.....

There is still th account number problem to solve, since you can't have an account unless you'be mined a block, you would need to solo mine a block to get into a pool :/ or at least buy one



I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 


How much Hashrate do you have ? The difficulty has increased last days :'( so you better be patient ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 21, 2016, 09:26:55 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

Check how many blocks have been mined each block = 100 coins. The data will say blocks found

Check accounts explorer tab also then click > Explore accounts with all my wallet keys (make sure the checkbox is checked)

Then in the drop down list make sure it says all private keys.

Hope this helps :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Flyon on September 21, 2016, 09:40:07 PM
This coin seems to have a nice community  ;D But maybe i'm a bit too late to mine it  :-\
What is it with account number ? Can't I just generate an addres key like with other crypto's ? ? ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 21, 2016, 09:54:08 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

Check how many blocks have been mined each block = 100 coins. The data will say blocks found

Check accounts explorer tab also then click > Explore accounts with all my wallet keys (make sure the checkbox is checked)

Then in the drop down list make sure it says all private keys.

Hope this helps :)

Thanks for the feedback.  I'm at 356 kh/s.  I think a glossary would be a great idea to have for this program's interface, because it throws many aspects of mining that most cover in your face right away, where minergate has only about 1/4 of the detail, which makes it so easy. 

Blocks found has been zero this whole time on the front page interface.  If that's the only indication, then so be it.  I was hoping there was something under a tab which would show me some other data about personal progress on what my side was working on.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on September 21, 2016, 10:46:42 PM
I just think this whole interface is completely user unfriendly.  One has to be very knowledgeable about mining for the miner to make sense, but it's exactly what people need today, a standalone CPU software browser in Windows.

They don't really need to know how to mine since the miner starts automatically? I don't really get why it's so unfriendly yes it takes some time to work out all avenues but it's not completely unfriendly.

It's just that I don't know how many coins it's made for me.  I see zero blocks constantly and I've run it for almost 2 days straight. 

Check how many blocks have been mined each block = 100 coins. The data will say blocks found

Check accounts explorer tab also then click > Explore accounts with all my wallet keys (make sure the checkbox is checked)

Then in the drop down list make sure it says all private keys.

Hope this helps :)

Thanks for the feedback.  I'm at 356 kh/s.  I think a glossary would be a great idea to have for this program's interface, because it throws many aspects of mining that most cover in your face right away, where minergate has only about 1/4 of the detail, which makes it so easy. 

Blocks found has been zero this whole time on the front page interface.  If that's the only indication, then so be it.  I was hoping there was something under a tab which would show me some other data about personal progress on what my side was working on.



Next to your mining speed do you not see the hashes you have? That's a pretty good indication of your progress even though it's still based on luck.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 21, 2016, 10:53:29 PM

Thanks for the feedback.  I'm at 356 kh/s.  I think a glossary would be a great idea to have for this program's interface, because it throws many aspects of mining that most cover in your face right away, where minergate has only about 1/4 of the detail, which makes it so easy. 

Blocks found has been zero this whole time on the front page interface.  If that's the only indication, then so be it.  I was hoping there was something under a tab which would show me some other data about personal progress on what my side was working on.



I'm mining around 1600 - 1800 Kh/s (i7 920@3.2GHz, 5-7 cores) and I'm getting 1 block per day.
Everyday it takes longer due to increasing hasharate. I'm going to stop mining soon to if thisis getting harder.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 21, 2016, 11:25:51 PM
Good news.

New PascalCoin wallet, miner & explorer Build 1.0.5

Build 1.0.5 is available for download at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin
Also, updated source code available at GitHub: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.5.0 - 2016-09-21
--------------------------
- Massive operations, selecting multiple accounts
- Filter accounts by balance
- Correct operations explorer order of operations for each block (descending order)
- Minor changes


I hope you will love this build... it's interesting to filter accounts and navigate through them.
Also, you will be able to make massive operations, will help you to put your accounts in order.

Thanks!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 21, 2016, 11:53:43 PM
Good news.

New PascalCoin wallet, miner & explorer Build 1.0.5

Build 1.0.5 is available for download at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin
Also, updated source code available at GitHub: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.5.0 - 2016-09-21
--------------------------
- Massive operations, selecting multiple accounts
- Filter accounts by balance
- Correct operations explorer order of operations for each block (descending order)
- Minor changes


I hope you will love this build... it's interesting to filter accounts and navigate through them.
Also, you will be able to make massive operations, will help you to put your accounts in order.

Thanks!

Amazing work thank you so much! Great innovations here.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 21, 2016, 11:59:42 PM
It is refreshing to see such a responsive dev. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 22, 2016, 12:01:31 AM
It is refreshing to see such a responsive dev. 

Remember that donations to the project are accepted at BTC 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk
 8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 22, 2016, 12:19:20 AM
Good news.

New PascalCoin wallet, miner & explorer Build 1.0.5

Build 1.0.5 is available for download at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin
Also, updated source code available at GitHub: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.5.0 - 2016-09-21
--------------------------
- Massive operations, selecting multiple accounts
- Filter accounts by balance
- Correct operations explorer order of operations for each block (descending order)
- Minor changes


I hope you will love this build... it's interesting to filter accounts and navigate through them.
Also, you will be able to make massive operations, will help you to put your accounts in order.

Thanks!


I'm curious how one upgrades to the new version, also, can I download this on a laptop and use it at the same time as the one I'm running on a desktop?

If I close out my currently running one on a desktop, how do I sign into the upgraded version to still stay on the same track?  Should
it be in the same directory?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 22, 2016, 01:40:51 AM
Good news.

New PascalCoin wallet, miner & explorer Build 1.0.5

Build 1.0.5 is available for download at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin
Also, updated source code available at GitHub: https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.5.0 - 2016-09-21
--------------------------
- Massive operations, selecting multiple accounts
- Filter accounts by balance
- Correct operations explorer order of operations for each block (descending order)
- Minor changes


I hope you will love this build... it's interesting to filter accounts and navigate through them.
Also, you will be able to make massive operations, will help you to put your accounts in order.

Thanks!


I'm curious how one upgrades to the new version, also, can I download this on a laptop and use it at the same time as the one I'm running on a desktop?

If I close out my currently running one on a desktop, how do I sign into the upgraded version to still stay on the same track?  Should
it be in the same directory?



Just run the installer, make sure it goes to the same directory and overrides it, make sure all your private keys are backed up.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mgrover on September 22, 2016, 05:18:28 AM
good update dev. keep up the good work


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 22, 2016, 07:08:20 AM
I made a video for people who are having issues figuring out the Pascal wallet. This is for the latest version Pascal Wallet 1.0.5 https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI (https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI) I will try to make videos for future releases that have major updates or changes.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CoinManiac1 on September 22, 2016, 10:16:23 AM
I have found 1 block. How to check the balance or reward? ???

Edit: Ok got it in the new version.

Can we mine on different computers using my private key?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 22, 2016, 11:41:48 AM
I have found 1 block. How to check the balance or reward? ???

Edit: Ok got it in the new version.

Can we mine on different computers using my private key?

Yes you can mine on different computers with same private key just import them ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 22, 2016, 01:52:01 PM
woaaa one account with more than 190k coins !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 22, 2016, 02:21:11 PM
woaaa one account with more than 190k coins !
 

Oo wtf, seems like some early adopters had a bit of computation power xD


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 22, 2016, 03:06:00 PM
I made a video for people who are having issues figuring out the Pascal wallet. This is for the latest version Pascal Wallet 1.0.5 https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI (https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI) I will try to make videos for future releases that have major updates or changes.

Thanks!
Dev has send a PascalCoin present for you  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Same Same on September 22, 2016, 03:20:59 PM
woaaa one account with more than 190k coins !
 

Oo wtf, seems like some early adopters had a bit of computation power xD
C'mon guy, share the GPU miner ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 22, 2016, 03:48:15 PM
I made a video for people who are having issues figuring out the Pascal wallet. This is for the latest version Pascal Wallet 1.0.5 https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI (https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI) I will try to make videos for future releases that have major updates or changes.

Excellent video.  Thanks.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 22, 2016, 04:02:56 PM
Hey everyone please fill out the form for Poloniex!

https://poloniex.com/coinRequest


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 22, 2016, 04:43:29 PM
If anyone has some coins to sell let me know. Still wanting to buy about 10,000 coins. I lost about 1,000 coins yesterday lol. One of my computers SSD drives got fried when I swapped out the PSU. So I guess in 4 years some lucky person will get to recover them.  :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 22, 2016, 05:10:49 PM
I made a video for people who are having issues figuring out the Pascal wallet. This is for the latest version Pascal Wallet 1.0.5 https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI (https://youtu.be/p_szKxvbwEI) I will try to make videos for future releases that have major updates or changes.

Thanks. I will watched tonight


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jiggytom on September 22, 2016, 06:28:53 PM
Hey everyone please fill out the form for Poloniex!

https://poloniex.com/coinRequest

Don't see how poloniex can support this right because because there is no linux version and it is account based, as opposed to key based.  Only way to get accounts is to mine them right now. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 22, 2016, 06:35:22 PM
Or get an account from someone. I have extras if someone needs one. Just send me your public key and I can send over an empty account to use.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 22, 2016, 06:53:12 PM
Hey everyone please fill out the form for Poloniex!

https://poloniex.com/coinRequest

Don't see how poloniex can support this right because because there is no linux version and it is account based, as opposed to key based.  Only way to get accounts is to mine them right now. 

The developer is working on it, but we must ensure that we have all the required data fields for Poloniex.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 22, 2016, 09:53:46 PM
cant see this trading on a exchange for quite some time talking months until then coin count going up keep mining


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on September 22, 2016, 10:14:19 PM
This coin should be on mining pool now , but i dont know how a pool is going to work with the way account are created on this coin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 22, 2016, 10:24:45 PM
a new day, a new block found for me.
But daaaamn it's taking longer and longer.

If Pascal really hits an exchange, how are people getting it of the excahgne if they don't have an account?
There have to be some distributing system for accounts which are not used. Or you can sell yours if you don't need them?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 22, 2016, 10:27:43 PM
a new day, a new block found for me.
But daaaamn it's taking longer and longer.

If Pascal really hits an exchange, how are people getting it of the excahgne if they don't have an account?
There have to be some distributing system for accounts which are not used. Or you can sell yours if you don't need them?

Yes you can transfer accounts to people via public key, which anyone with the wallet can generate. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 23, 2016, 02:31:22 AM
I have a question.  I am thinking of giving up for now.  I mined three days without finding a block, and from what I've read about mining solo, and at my hash rate, I could go on for even five more days without finding a block.  And, without finding a block there will be no proof of my work and no reward.  Is that the truth?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 23, 2016, 02:34:45 AM
you might find a block but dont hold your breathe


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on September 23, 2016, 06:47:11 AM
I have a question.  I am thinking of giving up for now.  I mined three days without finding a block, and from what I've read about mining solo, and at my hash rate, I could go on for even five more days without finding a block.  And, without finding a block there will be no proof of my work and no reward.  Is that the truth?



yes that is the idea behind Proof of Work. At this point it is still very luck based, but the more hashing power you have the higher your chances are for finding a block. that said, you could still have your pc mining in the background, on a low priority, and you might find a block sooner than you know!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Mooingcows on September 23, 2016, 05:10:20 PM
Updated to 1.0.5 and my accounts balance went from 1900.5 to 1300... lost 6 accounts for no reason :( why


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 23, 2016, 05:18:03 PM
Updated to 1.0.5 and my accounts balance went from 1900.5 to 1300... lost 6 accounts for no reason :( why

Sure???
Did you know in which block did you won this coins? Perhaps you where on your own fork?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 23, 2016, 06:36:53 PM
The wallet 1.0.5 sometimes doesn't show all accounts right away. Click explore accounts with one of my wallet keys. Then unclick it and click it again and the accounts may show up. That worked for me anyways.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: drxyz on September 23, 2016, 11:11:07 PM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 23, 2016, 11:15:29 PM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 23, 2016, 11:19:19 PM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D

but qr codes and address id's solves that. just label the address makes it better in both cases


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: drxyz on September 24, 2016, 03:41:43 AM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D
I think on exchange level a person can buy or sell without account using exchange internal specific ID for exchange. Only this issue of having account will arise when withdrawing pascalcoin from exchange. While deposit of PacalCoin to exchange should be strait forward as well.

Downsize is that since accounts are limited so accounts may be more expensive than the coin  ;D and also accounts limit the privacy as total balance will be linked to the account which can be seen on blockchain.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 24, 2016, 04:54:53 AM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D
I think on exchange level a person can buy or sell without account using exchange internal specific ID for exchange. Only this issue of having account will arise when withdrawing pascalcoin from exchange. While deposit of PacalCoin to exchange should be strait forward as well.

Downsize is that since accounts are limited so accounts may be more expensive than the coin  ;D and also accounts limit the privacy as total balance will be linked to the account which can be seen on blockchain.
yes i agree with you! for an account we must find a block first, and it was very hard to be. so I think that may well be more expensive is its own account, and the coin is its shape sweetener


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 24, 2016, 08:09:15 AM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D
I think on exchange level a person can buy or sell without account using exchange internal specific ID for exchange. Only this issue of having account will arise when withdrawing pascalcoin from exchange. While deposit of PacalCoin to exchange should be strait forward as well.

Downsize is that since accounts are limited so accounts may be more expensive than the coin  ;D and also accounts limit the privacy as total balance will be linked to the account which can be seen on blockchain.
yes i agree with you! for an account we must find a block first, and it was very hard to be. so I think that may well be more expensive is its own account, and the coin is its shape sweetener

what about the actual exchanges, will they not need thousands of accounts for there users too?(will exchanges get bulk amount of accounts without mining?) never mind accounts just for users, would it not maybe be a plan with the next wallet release that new wallets at least get 1 free account without mining? for new pascal people :-) because some people might be waiting a very long time for a account and it could put them off,  same with exchanges i suppose.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: drxyz on September 24, 2016, 10:48:19 AM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D
I think on exchange level a person can buy or sell without account using exchange internal specific ID for exchange. Only this issue of having account will arise when withdrawing pascalcoin from exchange. While deposit of PacalCoin to exchange should be strait forward as well.

Downsize is that since accounts are limited so accounts may be more expensive than the coin  ;D and also accounts limit the privacy as total balance will be linked to the account which can be seen on blockchain.
yes i agree with you! for an account we must find a block first, and it was very hard to be. so I think that may well be more expensive is its own account, and the coin is its shape sweetener

what about the actual exchanges, will they not need thousands of accounts for there users too?(will exchanges get bulk amount of accounts without mining?) never mind accounts just for users, would it not maybe be a plan with the next wallet release that new wallets at least get 1 free account without mining? for new pascal people :-) because some people might be waiting a very long time for a account and it could put them off,  same with exchanges i suppose.

I think actual exchanges will not need account for every customer as it can be managed internally and buy and sell of PascalCoin can be done with Exchanged given ID for each customer. Off course if someone wants to withdraw PacalCoin from exchanges he will have to have an account which he can buy. It might be problematic to deposit PascalCoin to exchange as exchange must give a deposit account which for each client. I have no Idea how it can be implemented.

Regarding giving free account with each wallet will be loss of resource. As we are mining accounts so this is a commodity and commodity cannot be given free. May be there can be a paid wallet with account? Dev will be happy  ;D . I think there can be implementation of messaging in wallet with integration of BTC or other payment method to buy account from other account holders.
 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 24, 2016, 11:00:34 AM
mined a block last night. :D soaking up those sweet pascal coins. im up to 600 this week on 1 laptop :O

HOW did you find 6 blocks with an Laptop CPU in 1 week?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 24, 2016, 11:09:57 AM
Any thoughts on how Pacal Coin will be traded on exchanges? Someone without account will not be able to buy. So is there going to be two Tickers for PascalCoin one for Accounts and One for coins?

Please share your ideas.



This is a very good question.

I think that a possibility is to trade 2 things: Accounts and PascalCoins

Also, remember that accounts are numbers, simple numbers, easy to remember.
It's more easy to say "Please send your donations at 123456-11" than to say "Please send your donations at 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk"  ;D
I think on exchange level a person can buy or sell without account using exchange internal specific ID for exchange. Only this issue of having account will arise when withdrawing pascalcoin from exchange. While deposit of PacalCoin to exchange should be strait forward as well.

Downsize is that since accounts are limited so accounts may be more expensive than the coin  ;D and also accounts limit the privacy as total balance will be linked to the account which can be seen on blockchain.
yes i agree with you! for an account we must find a block first, and it was very hard to be. so I think that may well be more expensive is its own account, and the coin is its shape sweetener

what about the actual exchanges, will they not need thousands of accounts for there users too?(will exchanges get bulk amount of accounts without mining?) never mind accounts just for users, would it not maybe be a plan with the next wallet release that new wallets at least get 1 free account without mining? for new pascal people :-) because some people might be waiting a very long time for a account and it could put them off,  same with exchanges i suppose.

I think actual exchanges will not need account for every customer as it can be managed internally and buy and sell of PascalCoin can be done with Exchanged given ID for each customer. Off course if someone wants to withdraw PacalCoin from exchanges he will have to have an account which he can buy. It might be problematic to deposit PascalCoin to exchange as exchange must give a deposit account which for each client. I have no Idea how it can be implemented.

Regarding giving free account with each wallet will be loss of resource. As we are mining accounts so this is a commodity and commodity cannot be given free. May be there can be a paid wallet with account? Dev will be happy  ;D . I think there can be implementation of messaging in wallet with integration of BTC or other payment method to buy account from other account holders.
 

thats a fair point :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 24, 2016, 12:00:58 PM

PascalCoin u could try to talk to poloniex ... they like projects with different perspective like pascal that hold something new


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kellendil on September 24, 2016, 12:04:55 PM
İ somehow have a feeling that this coin will get big... And if icocountdown continuous with the marketing im sure we will get better results.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on September 24, 2016, 01:03:00 PM
I've never mined a coin before and am having a lot of fun with it!  Are other coins as enjoyable to mine as this one?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on September 24, 2016, 01:05:39 PM
I've never mined a coin before and am having a lot of fun with it!  Are other coins as enjoyable to mine as this one?

no ..ofc not ... i like projects like this too its so fun to mine


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on September 24, 2016, 01:11:19 PM
Had a couple questions.

1.)I just won a block and in the block chain explorer the field ops says 9.  What does 9 mean?

2.)In the operations explorer, sometimes you will see an amount in the fee column.  What does this fee represent?

Thanks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 24, 2016, 01:15:02 PM
Had a couple questions.

1.)I just won a block and in the block chain explorer the field ops says 9.  What does 9 mean?

2.)In the operations explorer, sometimes you will see an amount in the fee column.  What does this fee represent?

Thanks


Ops = amount of transactions in the block
Fee = amount of fees collected in the block (but just now its free to send transactions, unless you put a fee in with your transaction)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cryptospreader on September 24, 2016, 07:34:59 PM
I need more information about this coin. I can understand to read this thread. However, I need some simple expalanations about how this one is different from other coins.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 24, 2016, 09:44:56 PM
Everyone who doesn't understand the coin - you should read the whitepaper.

https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoin%20White%20Paper%20-%20EN.pdf


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 24, 2016, 10:31:41 PM
I've never mined a coin before and am having a lot of fun with it!  Are other coins as enjoyable to mine as this one?

nope. this is the best

Thanks  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on September 25, 2016, 01:06:43 PM
when is the coin hitting the exchange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 25, 2016, 05:50:49 PM
when is the coin hitting the exchange?

Not sure probably when more api integrations are done.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on September 25, 2016, 06:08:47 PM
when is the coin hitting the exchange?

i think 1-2months later


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 25, 2016, 08:47:00 PM
i got 2 blocks in 1 day :o :o luck must be on my side  ;D ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 25, 2016, 09:12:16 PM
i got 2 blocks in 1 day :o :o luck must be on my side  ;D ;)

Hahahhaha, must be true xD had one in a week end :( Not my lucky time


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 25, 2016, 09:48:41 PM
i got 2 blocks in 1 day :o :o luck must be on my side  ;D ;)

Hahahhaha, must be true xD had one in a week end :( Not my lucky time

i'm just glad my old cpu is still getting some  ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 25, 2016, 10:16:00 PM
Interesting, 2 1/2 days nothing and now 2 block in 3 hours  ;D

I'll think I'll keep this baby running a few more days or even OC it some more.
Every 100 Pascalcoin is a lot of Dosh when it it hits a price of 0.01BTC (which it totally will soon)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 25, 2016, 11:22:46 PM
Interesting, 2 1/2 days nothing and now 2 block in 3 hours  ;D

I'll think I'll keep this baby running a few more days or even OC it some more.
Every 100 Pascalcoin is a lot of Dosh when it it hits a price of 0.01BTC (which it totally will soon)

i gave mines a extra boost as well  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 26, 2016, 12:38:42 AM
I'm still looking to buy more Pascal. Still offering .00002 BTC per coin. Must have proof of coins in wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 26, 2016, 02:49:49 AM
I just found a block.  It's the first one I've ever found.  What do I do with it at this point?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 26, 2016, 03:03:15 AM
I just found a block.  It's the first one I've ever found.  What do I do with it at this point?



Hold that till the day you die fam.


 :D

I checked out the wallet and entered the password I created a while ago.  Is there an amount of coins that finding a block creates?  How do I find that out?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 26, 2016, 08:40:05 AM
I just found a block.  It's the first one I've ever found.  What do I do with it at this point?



Hold that till the day you die fam.


 :D

I checked out the wallet and entered the password I created a while ago.  Is there an amount of coins that finding a block creates?  How do I find that out?

you get 100 coins for new block + fees (if there is any transactions with fees in the block)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 26, 2016, 08:54:12 AM
Interesting, 2 1/2 days nothing and now 2 block in 3 hours  ;D

I'll think I'll keep this baby running a few more days or even OC it some more.
Every 100 Pascalcoin is a lot of Dosh when it it hits a price of 0.01BTC (which it totally will soon)
it was very good, and on par with eth if its price could reach 0.01. ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 26, 2016, 09:00:12 AM
Interesting, 2 1/2 days nothing and now 2 block in 3 hours  ;D

I'll think I'll keep this baby running a few more days or even OC it some more.
Every 100 Pascalcoin is a lot of Dosh when it it hits a price of 0.01BTC (which it totally will soon)
it was very good, and on par with eth if its price could reach 0.01. ;D

if it went to 0.01 a coin i'm sure there would be a few of us here really happy lol i know i would  ;D ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 26, 2016, 09:16:38 PM
Starting to have issue mining, hashrate drop and computer started to be unstable ?
Anyone has the same problem ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theboccet on September 26, 2016, 09:19:05 PM
It will be great to see Pascal coin in Bittrex or Poloniex and how the accounts question will be managed because there is actually 77890 accounts created with these 15578 blocks mined.
Will Pascal coin be limited by these numbers? More to see in the near future  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 26, 2016, 09:35:00 PM
Starting to have issue mining, hashrate drop and computer started to be unstable ?
Anyone has the same problem ?

nope mines is fine and i've well over clocked my PC and everything is working ok, is your anti virus running a scan or windows updating? that was the only time i seen hashrate drop from my end.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 26, 2016, 09:39:31 PM
It will be great to see Pascal coin in Bittrex or Poloniex and how the accounts question will be managed because there is actually 77890 accounts created with these 15578 blocks mined.
Will Pascal coin be limited by these numbers? More to see in the near future  ;)

This question is still my biggest concern regarding getting added to an exchange.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on September 26, 2016, 09:40:08 PM
No Problems with Mining all fine !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 26, 2016, 09:43:37 PM
It will be great to see Pascal coin in Bittrex or Poloniex and how the accounts question will be managed because there is actually 77890 accounts created with these 15578 blocks mined.
Will Pascal coin be limited by these numbers? More to see in the near future  ;)

This question is still my biggest concern regarding getting added to an exchange.

i doubt we will be seeing it on a exchange any time soon until then coin count goes up. a few months down the line maybe


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theboccet on September 26, 2016, 09:56:30 PM
It will be great to see Pascal coin in Bittrex or Poloniex and how the accounts question will be managed because there is actually 77890 accounts created with these 15578 blocks mined.
Will Pascal coin be limited by these numbers? More to see in the near future  ;)

This question is still my biggest concern regarding getting added to an exchange.

i doubt we will be seeing it on a exchange any time soon until then coin count goes up. a few months down the line maybe
Personally I have more concern about accounts number than the coin supply.It's bad to have 1M coins to spread on only 70k accounts.
Had an idea in mind but unfortunately it will make riches more richer lol,that's not good  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on September 26, 2016, 10:29:27 PM
This coin is an UFO in the crypto landscape and i really dont know how exchange are going to handle account creation but that's refreshing to see something new with a true dev behind it.
let's discuss around possible way to make it "compatible".


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theboccet on September 26, 2016, 11:05:08 PM
This coin is an UFO in the crypto landscape and i really dont know how exchange are going to handle account creation but that's refreshing to see something new with a true dev behind it.
let's discuss around possible way to make it "compatible".
Yup good point
let's make this thread something outta space  ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 27, 2016, 12:05:38 AM
PascalCoin was not designated to work like other alt coins. It was designed to be more similar to a bank and accounts.  (Easy to understand for everybody)

So... It's normal that only PascalCoin miners and users understand it's potential.

First step, is to grow.
If you want that PascalCoin is best known, it's work for all to promotion on social networks (help me ... I've got enough work to development)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kellendil on September 27, 2016, 12:16:08 AM
PascalCoin was not designated to work like other alt coins. It was designed to be more similar to a bank and accounts.  (Easy to understand for everybody)

So... It's normal that only PascalCoin miners and users understand it's potential.

First step, is to grow.
If you want that PascalCoin is best known, it's work for all to promotion on social networks (help me ... I've got enough work to development)


Yeah follow pascalcoin and rt everything. We should make tweets too. And facebook maybe.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 27, 2016, 12:24:34 AM
all moves like this project that mobilize the community to build and take to the skies pascal altcoin :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 27, 2016, 12:31:30 AM
Everyone retweet everything from this account:

https://twitter.com/PascalCoin

Help the pascalcoin dev he is working really hard.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vingaard on September 27, 2016, 04:42:16 AM
PascalCoin was not designated to work like other alt coins. It was designed to be more similar to a bank and accounts.  (Easy to understand for everybody)

So... It's normal that only PascalCoin miners and users understand it's potential.

First step, is to grow.
If you want that PascalCoin is best known, it's work for all to promotion on social networks (help me ... I've got enough work to development)


It'd be a good idea to set somekind of bounties in order to encourage coin promotion in all type of social networks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 27, 2016, 05:42:42 AM
Bounties are a bad idea. It only promotes for people who want free coins to dump. The miners such as myself can promote the coin well enough on our own.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OpenTalkLab on September 27, 2016, 07:51:45 AM
Just downloaded the software.This project looks interesting for me.

How many days it will take to connect with networks? I see it's downloading the chain.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 27, 2016, 08:30:33 AM
Just downloaded the software.This project looks interesting for me.

How many days it will take to connect with networks? I see it's downloading the chain.

The blockchain and connection is established in.... <1 hour I think. FOR ME!
It didn't take that long.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 27, 2016, 09:10:36 AM
Just downloaded the software.This project looks interesting for me.

How many days it will take to connect with networks? I see it's downloading the chain.
me that mine has been more than 2 weeks, and then I've got a 4 block, it really makes me happy. so you just be patient and wait and run this pascal.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: benjy33 on September 27, 2016, 09:31:55 AM
Exange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 27, 2016, 09:59:57 AM
exchange will ask for full node and it must be on Linux?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 27, 2016, 10:44:16 AM
First time, I didn't get at least a block overnight with 1 of my miners...
Network hashrate is going up !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OpenTalkLab on September 27, 2016, 11:01:43 AM
Just downloaded the software.This project looks interesting for me.

How many days it will take to connect with networks? I see it's downloading the chain.
me that mine has been more than 2 weeks, and then I've got a 4 block, it really makes me happy. so you just be patient and wait and run this pascal.

It's been more than 4 hours...

Current block age : 5 days ago

Node status : found block 15772 (Wait till downloaded)

Why it's not quick like others? Am i doing something wrong?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 27, 2016, 11:04:00 AM
Just downloaded the software.This project looks interesting for me.

How many days it will take to connect with networks? I see it's downloading the chain.
me that mine has been more than 2 weeks, and then I've got a 4 block, it really makes me happy. so you just be patient and wait and run this pascal.

It's been more than 4 hours...

Current block age : 5 days ago

Node status : found block 15772 (Wait till downloaded)

Why it's not quick like others? Am i doing something wrong?

When you go to tab "Blockchain explorer" which is the highest block do you see?
Perhaps restarting application will help... you will not loose downloaded blockchain


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OpenTalkLab on September 27, 2016, 11:31:22 AM

When you go to tab "Blockchain explorer" which is the highest block do you see?
Perhaps restarting application will help... you will not loose downloaded blockchain

13800..

Restarted the client so many times.Something is wrong i guess.


Problem solved.

My Vpn Was Connected.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 27, 2016, 11:51:43 AM

When you go to tab "Blockchain explorer" which is the highest block do you see?
Perhaps restarting application will help... you will not loose downloaded blockchain

13800..

Restarted the client so many times.Something is wrong i guess.

There are 2 possibilities:
- You cannot download blockchain. Perhaps you're not connected to valid nodes...  Keep sure that you port 4004 is open and that you can connect at least to 3 servers
- You download blockchain but something wrong happens when saving to database... Corrupted database? Reinstall application will work

Also... you can activate logs at options... and check for error messages  :P


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OpenTalkLab on September 27, 2016, 12:02:34 PM

There are 2 possibilities:
- You cannot download blockchain. Perhaps you're not connected to valid nodes...  Keep sure that you port 4004 is open and that you can connect at least to 3 servers
- You download blockchain but something wrong happens when saving to database... Corrupted database? Reinstall application will work

Also... you can activate logs at options... and check for error messages  :P


Connections Updated 27/09/2016 17:59:58 Clients:0 Servers:5 (valid servers:5)

am i missing something?


Problem solved..

My Vpn Was connected.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on September 27, 2016, 12:04:46 PM
Starting to have issue mining, hashrate drop and computer started to be unstable ?
Anyone has the same problem ?

That sounds like a heating problem. Are you running on a laptop? If you are mining with all cores 24x7, try reducing the number of miners to "all_cpu_cores -1", so leave 1 or 2 cores off mining and see if that helps you with the instability.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 27, 2016, 02:40:18 PM

Connections Updated 27/09/2016 17:59:58 Clients:0 Servers:5 (valid servers:5)

am i missing something?


Problem solved..

My Vpn Was connected.

Thanks to explain it


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on September 27, 2016, 03:01:11 PM
Starting to have issue mining, hashrate drop and computer started to be unstable ?
Anyone has the same problem ?

That sounds like a heating problem. Are you running on a laptop? If you are mining with all cores 24x7, try reducing the number of miners to "all_cpu_cores -1", so leave 1 or 2 cores off mining and see if that helps you with the instability.

I had a scvhost.exe problem related to windows update consuming 50% of my cpu
This save my day

In the command prompt window (as admnistrator) follow the sequence below:
net stop wuauserv (after Enter)
net stop bits (after Enter)

In Windows Explorer:
Go to the folder windows\software distribution\download (delete everything in there)
Go to the folder windows\software distribution\DataStore (delete everything in there)
Go to the folder windows\software distribution\DataStore\Logs (delete everything in there)
Go to the folder windows\software distribution\PostRebootEventCache (delete everything in there)

The CMD prompt window:
net start wuauserv (after Enter)
net start bits (after Enter)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: drxyz on September 27, 2016, 05:41:17 PM
http://imgur.com/a/6VVnf

My mining progress over 6 days  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 27, 2016, 06:15:54 PM
http://imgur.com/a/6VVnf

My mining progress over 6 days  8)

i hope i get a block a day i will be happy :-) and your still on the old build 1.0.4


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Arrakeen on September 27, 2016, 07:52:01 PM
Is there any bootstrap or similar blockchain file?

I've been trying to sync for literally days now, shouldn't this thing sync quicker considering its age?

Node Status: Found block 15885 (Wait until downloaded)  ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on September 27, 2016, 07:55:03 PM
Is there any bootstrap or similar blockchain file?

I've been trying to sync for literally days now, shouldn't this thing sync quicker considering its age?

Node Status: Found block 15885 (Wait until downloaded)  ???

i have download the chain about 15 min and syncd  ! Port 4004 open ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 27, 2016, 08:51:09 PM
Is there any bootstrap or similar blockchain file?

I've been trying to sync for literally days now, shouldn't this thing sync quicker considering its age?

Node Status: Found block 15885 (Wait until downloaded)  ???

i have download the chain about 15 min and syncd  ! Port 4004 open ?

the most i've waited is about 10 mins


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on September 27, 2016, 08:52:11 PM
Only 5 remote server sharing the blockchain !
How to become a full node to add my computer to the remote server ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 27, 2016, 10:11:37 PM
Only 5 remote server sharing the blockchain !
How to become a full node to add my computer to the remote server ?


No. By default, a Node only connects to 5 servers.
That's to prevent redundant loops.

It's most important that your port is open and a lot of clients connects to you.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 27, 2016, 10:32:58 PM
http://imgur.com/a/6VVnf

My mining progress over 6 days  8)

i hope i get a block a day i will be happy :-) and your still on the old build 1.0.4

So he is mining on an obsolete Chain?
11blocks/per day with only 1.5Kh/s is kinda unbelievable.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 27, 2016, 10:41:33 PM
http://imgur.com/a/6VVnf

My mining progress over 6 days  8)

i hope i get a block a day i will be happy :-) and your still on the old build 1.0.4

So he is mining on an obsolete Chain?
11blocks/per day with only 1.5Kh/s is kinda unbelievable.

Yes he's running on a fork.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 27, 2016, 10:45:44 PM

Pascal Coin Classic :D

Hashrate went through the roof again in the last two days.
I think that's it for a simple home PC miner :(
At least I got some few blocks and accounts.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 27, 2016, 10:50:19 PM
http://imgur.com/a/6VVnf

My mining progress over 6 days  8)

i hope i get a block a day i will be happy :-) and your still on the old build 1.0.4

So he is mining on an obsolete Chain?
11blocks/per day with only 1.5Kh/s is kinda unbelievable.

Yes he's running on a fork.

11 blocks in 6 days, not 11 blocks per day


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 27, 2016, 10:52:30 PM
11 blocks in 6 days, not 11 blocks per day

On a chain with far less mining power than on the current chain.
That's how he can get nearly 2 blocks/day.
He should update to 1.0.5 and see again :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on September 27, 2016, 10:57:16 PM
If you check block explorer and you are getting all blocks then you are definately forked.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OpenTalkLab on September 28, 2016, 05:13:54 AM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 28, 2016, 05:32:14 AM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?


There is no way to tell, because blocks are found somewhat randomly.  The more hash power the greater your chance.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 28, 2016, 05:32:58 AM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?

zero on most days


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on September 28, 2016, 10:32:43 AM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?

I'm sitting around 1800 Kh/s and I have to be really lucky to get 1 block per day.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 28, 2016, 11:05:20 AM
can someone help with this situation
on my miners I imported private key

but parameter

Miner private key is set to

Use a random existing key
and I can choose my private key and I mine on every miner without setting this option, only imported private key
is this ok, do I need to set this or keep default?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 28, 2016, 11:48:29 AM
One of my quad core AMD cpus will no longer mine Pascal while also using the GPUs to mine Eth. It causes the computer to lock up everytime now after about 15 mins. The other 4 core is fine though and 6 and 8 core CPUs.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ALATAY2K16 on September 28, 2016, 03:58:51 PM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?

I had 4 miners running at 2250kh/s and I was struggling to get one a day lol then I got 4 blocks in 2 days, just luck I guess 😊


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on September 28, 2016, 04:16:06 PM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?

I had 4 miners running at 2250kh/s and I was struggling to get one a day lol then I got 4 blocks in 2 days, just luck I guess 😊

4 miners 2000 kh/s one block on one day


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bizfagioli on September 28, 2016, 04:25:29 PM
Wow, the difficulty shot up recently.
Currently mining ~8 blocks/day @ 11000kH/s


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theboccet on September 28, 2016, 04:52:45 PM
4 miners at 648 kh/s

Is that too slow? How many blocks i will get per day?

I had 4 miners running at 2250kh/s and I was struggling to get one a day lol then I got 4 blocks in 2 days, just luck I guess 😊

4 miners 2000 kh/s one block on one day
turned again mining at 1500kh/s today and had 2 blocks!!!! very lucky I am  ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: nezto77 on September 28, 2016, 05:47:21 PM
10 hours running pascal, and get 1 block with 1 miner. lucky ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: imjustsayintho on September 28, 2016, 06:13:11 PM
Just upgraded from 1.0.4 after two weeks of mining.  All things equal i'm finding less blocks on upgrade 1.0.5.  Anyone else finding this to be true? 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on September 28, 2016, 06:17:13 PM
Just upgraded from 1.0.4 after two weeks of mining.  All things equal i'm finding less blocks on upgrade 1.0.5.  Anyone else finding this to be true? 

Today... at this time... difficulty is increasing a lot

That's good news!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: imjustsayintho on September 28, 2016, 06:44:29 PM
Just upgraded from 1.0.4 after two weeks of mining.  All things equal i'm finding less blocks on upgrade 1.0.5.  Anyone else finding this to be true? 

Today... at this time... difficulty is increasing a lot

That's good news!


Hello dev, how is is that higher difficulty is good news?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YIz on September 28, 2016, 07:31:35 PM
Nice to see Pascal getting more attention. any GPU miners yet?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 28, 2016, 07:43:26 PM
Nice to see Pascal getting more attention. any GPU miners yet?

I hope there'll never be any so that everybody can mine :D

Btw, an increase in difficulty means more people that mine = bigger community ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on September 29, 2016, 08:55:10 AM
gpu mining in nowdays become something ASIC close type of mining :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CoinManiac1 on September 29, 2016, 10:24:29 AM

So I was scammed by UsaLove and have shown the proof below yet my previous post was deleted by one of his moderator friends. He agreed to send me .44 Bitcoin in exchange for 20,000 pascal but he never sent them. Next, this post will be deleted and then I will be suspended.

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Hi

I will be able to sell you 20,000 PascalCoin.

Total : .44BTC

Let me know if you still want to buy.

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Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 29, 2016, 04:25:47 PM
what is the advantage of mining with gpu over cpu?

i found a block last night :)

Mining with GPU is faster because it uses a smaller type of calculating force which allows it to go faster.  ASICs are even faster because they are created to do an even smaller type of calculation related to mining. 

I found my second block last night too.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Sam123 on September 29, 2016, 04:29:32 PM
Just upgraded from 1.0.4 after two weeks of mining.  All things equal i'm finding less blocks on upgrade 1.0.5.  Anyone else finding this to be true? 

Today... at this time... difficulty is increasing a lot

That's good news!


Hello dev, how is is that higher difficulty is good news?
Because maybe  more people know about it and it will be coming a mainstream


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: drxyz on September 29, 2016, 07:15:11 PM
Although the idea of using account numbers like bank is good but on blockchain it totally non-private. I would like to put some anonymity on blockchain  in a way that like bank no one other than the account holder is allowed to know the balance. When transaction takes place from one account to other, the balance is checked and even the other account holder does not know the balance of the sender.

I will suggest

* to hide balance for individual accounts on blockchain.
* while sending coins, wallet should check the balance locally and signed by key which only is accessible by the account which is going to get the coins

My point is to add some type of anonymity and privacy to the accounts as What I see that such cryptocurrency will be more popular in future.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on September 29, 2016, 08:12:28 PM
Where to check the net hashrate ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on September 29, 2016, 08:58:05 PM
Although the idea of using account numbers like bank is good but on blockchain it totally non-private. I would like to put some anonymity on blockchain  in a way that like bank no one other than the account holder is allowed to know the balance. When transaction takes place from one account to other, the balance is checked and even the other account holder does not know the balance of the sender.

I will suggest

* to hide balance for individual accounts on blockchain.
* while sending coins, wallet should check the balance locally and signed by key which only is accessible by the account which is going to get the coins

My point is to add some type of anonymity and privacy to the accounts as What I see that such cryptocurrency will be more popular in future.

LOL

Hahahahhahahah , best dev ever xD
Love you dev :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 29, 2016, 09:05:37 PM
Nothing is anonymous. Even BTC and such you can find others balances. Even if they use a coin mixer and such. There are enough smart people out there, if they want to know something they will.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on September 29, 2016, 09:38:04 PM
Nothing is anonymous. Even BTC and such you can find others balances. Even if they use a coin mixer and such. There are enough smart people out there, if they want to know something they will.

the blockchain is recorded on a access mdb


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: drnash85 on September 30, 2016, 05:20:23 AM
Although the idea of using account numbers like bank is good but on blockchain it totally non-private. I would like to put some anonymity on blockchain  in a way that like bank no one other than the account holder is allowed to know the balance. When transaction takes place from one account to other, the balance is checked and even the other account holder does not know the balance of the sender.

I will suggest

* to hide balance for individual accounts on blockchain.
* while sending coins, wallet should check the balance locally and signed by key which only is accessible by the account which is going to get the coins

My point is to add some type of anonymity and privacy to the accounts as What I see that such cryptocurrency will be more popular in future.

It exists (see Verge XVG).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on September 30, 2016, 12:43:39 PM
What sort of hashrate vs rewards are you guys getting?

I put it on a few test rigs with 11.3MH for 12 hours now and it only got 3 blocks. Seems pretty low even with bad luck.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on September 30, 2016, 03:17:00 PM
That's pretty good. I average one block a day, two if I am luck when using a 4000KH/s 8 core CPU. Mining cost is over 3500 Satoshi now so I wouldn't be letting my Pascal go cheap for sure.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Eyedol-X on September 30, 2016, 03:47:00 PM
What sort of hashrate vs rewards are you guys getting?

I put it on a few test rigs with 11.3MH for 12 hours now and it only got 3 blocks. Seems pretty low even with bad luck.

Yeah, I'm curious to know what rigs you were running for 11.3MH because I'm at about 4000KH on one system.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on September 30, 2016, 04:17:22 PM
What sort of hashrate vs rewards are you guys getting?

I put it on a few test rigs with 11.3MH for 12 hours now and it only got 3 blocks. Seems pretty low even with bad luck.

Yeah, I'm curious to know what rigs you were running for 11.3MH because I'm at about 4000KH on one system.

I have it on one Zeon Server with 16cores, using 14cores that hashes at 6800KH/s and 2x 8-core Athlon FX CPU's using 6 cores each at about 2400KH/s each.
4 blocks after 17 hours at 11.5MH. Better speeds up or I'm shutting it down. LOL. Uses about an extra 700 watts just for the CPU mining overall.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kellendil on September 30, 2016, 04:25:11 PM
i have a i7 6950x 10 core /20 threads consumes about 60 watt for 8000 kh/s. The weird things the speed per thread drops when you get over 15 threads on this cpu. So actually it is better to mine with a few rigs for more speed even if the cpu is slower. 4-6 core cpu with max threads should be optimal hashing speed effectivity. Better to mine with i7 btw.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kellendil on September 30, 2016, 04:28:31 PM
What sort of hashrate vs rewards are you guys getting?

I put it on a few test rigs with 11.3MH for 12 hours now and it only got 3 blocks. Seems pretty low even with bad luck.

Yeah, I'm curious to know what rigs you were running for 11.3MH because I'm at about 4000KH on one system.

I have it on one Zeon Server with 16cores, using 14cores that hashes at 6800KH/s and 2x 8-core Athlon FX CPU's using 6 cores each at about 2400KH/s each.
4 blocks after 17 hours at 11.5MH. Better speeds up or I'm shutting it down. LOL. Uses about an extra 700 watts just for the CPU mining overall.

actually you 8 core and 16 threads max. İ think the algorithm works better with higher cpu number and lower threads somehow but i dont know really


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on September 30, 2016, 05:10:17 PM
Not a single coin since the last few days


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on September 30, 2016, 05:33:43 PM
in one day, there is no block is received :o


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Eyedol-X on September 30, 2016, 05:55:52 PM
What sort of hashrate vs rewards are you guys getting?

I put it on a few test rigs with 11.3MH for 12 hours now and it only got 3 blocks. Seems pretty low even with bad luck.

Yeah, I'm curious to know what rigs you were running for 11.3MH because I'm at about 4000KH on one system.

I have it on one Zeon Server with 16cores, using 14cores that hashes at 6800KH/s and 2x 8-core Athlon FX CPU's using 6 cores each at about 2400KH/s each.
4 blocks after 17 hours at 11.5MH. Better speeds up or I'm shutting it down. LOL. Uses about an extra 700 watts just for the CPU mining overall.


Nice, I was considering something like this hah -- now I know what I'm doing with some old equip...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on September 30, 2016, 08:38:14 PM
What sort of hashrate vs rewards are you guys getting?

I put it on a few test rigs with 11.3MH for 12 hours now and it only got 3 blocks. Seems pretty low even with bad luck.

Yeah, I'm curious to know what rigs you were running for 11.3MH because I'm at about 4000KH on one system.

I have it on one Zeon Server with 16cores, using 14cores that hashes at 6800KH/s and 2x 8-core Athlon FX CPU's using 6 cores each at about 2400KH/s each.
4 blocks after 17 hours at 11.5MH. Better speeds up or I'm shutting it down. LOL. Uses about an extra 700 watts just for the CPU mining overall.

actually you 8 core and 16 threads max. İ think the algorithm works better with higher cpu number and lower threads somehow but i dont know really

Yeah it's dual cpu system, 2x 8core xeons. I upped them to 15 cores now.
Committed 15.4MH and will run like this for a day, see how many I get. Looks pretty bleak though. Sitting on 4 blocks found over a 24hour period from 11.3MH.
I figured the exact power added across 4 rigs I'm using this on and it went up by 410watts total.
So currently it's a loss.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: benjy33 on September 30, 2016, 09:22:07 PM
That's pretty good. I average one block a day, two if I am luck when using a 4000KH/s 8 core CPU. Mining cost is over 3500 Satoshi now so I wouldn't be letting my Pascal go cheap for sure.

I would say that its price will be much more expensive because it is not a constant mining is more a matter of luck, luckily in three hours I found two blocks, however there are nights that I find nothing, for me the estimated price may be 25k - 50k sat  coin  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on September 30, 2016, 09:27:28 PM
That's pretty good. I average one block a day, two if I am luck when using a 4000KH/s 8 core CPU. Mining cost is over 3500 Satoshi now so I wouldn't be letting my Pascal go cheap for sure.

I would say that its price will be much more expensive because it is not a constant mining is more a matter of luck, luckily in three hours I found two blocks, however there are nights that I find nothing, for me the estimated price may be 25k - 50k sat  coin  ;)

i wouldnt expect that, regardless if we are only getting few blocks someone else is getting other blocks which increases dump. as the coin count grows so may see dumps, weve seen it in past unless poloniex adopts it 25-50k wont be seen. anyone mining now is just risking holding coins that may have little value.

plus no use yet lots of work need to be done. you wont see this on exchange for atleast another month.

i support the coin and will hold as long as i can


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on September 30, 2016, 09:35:22 PM
Anyone know how to back up one's blocks, so that one can take this with them to another machine, cold storage, etc.?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on September 30, 2016, 09:48:11 PM
Anyone know how to back up one's blocks, so that one can take this with them to another machine, cold storage, etc.?



Encrypt & export your private keys, then import them to the new machine. 



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bumbacoin on October 01, 2016, 02:47:17 AM
Anyone know how to back up one's blocks, so that one can take this with them to another machine, cold storage, etc.?


from yr mining machine
you can transfer multiple accounts/balances to a different public key easily enough.

nice and smooth.




Anyone know how to back up one's blocks, so that one can take this with them to another machine, cold storage, etc.?
Encrypt & export your private keys, then import them to the new machine. 


not very cold storage to use the same key. that'd be hot storage :)

although i quite enjoy the demand for encryption on exporting private keys


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: JadeSnail on October 01, 2016, 06:30:32 AM
Has there been any news about getting added to an exchange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on October 01, 2016, 06:55:41 AM
Has there been any news about getting added to an exchange?

not that anyone is aware of. maybe next month. im currently buying them from people who want to sell at 200,000sats per block with 5 accounts (100 coins + 5 accounts)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on October 01, 2016, 09:53:07 AM
Has there been any news about getting added to an exchange?

This coin is just a few months old.
Wait for an bigger userbase, some off-exchange-trading and demand.
Get up the value/coin.
and then hit the exchanges.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on October 02, 2016, 12:38:10 AM
Has there been any news about getting added to an exchange?

not that anyone is aware of. maybe next month. im currently buying them from people who want to sell at 200,000sats per block with 5 accounts (100 coins + 5 accounts)
200,000 sat as in 0.002 BTC ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 02, 2016, 01:36:43 AM
Has there been any news about getting added to an exchange?

not that anyone is aware of. maybe next month. im currently buying them from people who want to sell at 200,000sats per block with 5 accounts (100 coins + 5 accounts)

It means hes buying at 2000 sats

200,000 divided by 100

= 2000

 8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: niksdt101 on October 02, 2016, 04:31:48 AM
can any one help me to mine this .. is it wallet mining only ??


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 02, 2016, 04:44:43 AM
can any one help me to mine this .. is it wallet mining only ??


Yes run it on a windows machine.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 02, 2016, 05:02:47 AM
can any one help me to mine this .. is it wallet mining only ??

Yes install wallet and you can mine is simple to use!  You can Setup up your miners how many cores to use in options happy mining!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 02, 2016, 08:58:10 AM
can any one help me to mine this .. is it wallet mining only ??


Just check out the video in my signature below it's easy to use.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 02, 2016, 09:00:02 AM
And I have been buying at 3000 Satoshi or .00003 BTC per Pascal. Mining cost is over 3500 Satoshi per coin for electric so I wouldn't be selling to cheap.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 02, 2016, 09:12:23 AM
And I have been buying at 3000 Satoshi or .00003 BTC per Pascal. Mining cost is over 3500 Satoshi per coin for electric so I wouldn't be selling to cheap.

If you buy per coin 0,0003 i can give you some, pm me, or do you mean 100 for 0,0003.?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 02, 2016, 02:01:26 PM
I've been buying at .00003 BTC per Pascal. I've bought over 20,000 though and have what I wanted to buy for now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: idolacchacked on October 02, 2016, 03:29:11 PM
can't seem to get any connections , can someone tell me how to connect to the net work? 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: OpenTalkLab on October 02, 2016, 03:33:17 PM
can't seem to get any connections , can someone tell me how to connect to the net work? 

Make sure you're not using Vpn.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 02, 2016, 03:33:47 PM
I've been buying at .00003 BTC per Pascal. I've bought over 20,000 though and have what I wanted to buy for now.

Prices seem to be going up. I got now 2 people wanting my coins/accounts. LOL

So what's the expectation of this for the future? Any dev outlook, or just a P&D in the near future?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on October 02, 2016, 03:39:49 PM
I've been buying at .00003 BTC per Pascal. I've bought over 20,000 though and have what I wanted to buy for now.

ive been buying from 1500 - 1800 sats got some yesterday at 1800sats


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: idolacchacked on October 02, 2016, 04:19:42 PM
can't seem to get any connections , can someone tell me how to connect to the net work? 

Make sure you're not using Vpn.

im not on Vpn also i have port 4004 open.. just not getting any connections


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on October 02, 2016, 06:01:55 PM
Has there been any news about getting added to an exchange?

not that anyone is aware of. maybe next month. im currently buying them from people who want to sell at 200,000sats per block with 5 accounts (100 coins + 5 accounts)

It means hes buying at 2000 sats

200,000 divided by 100

= 2000

 8)
Damn what a shame !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 02, 2016, 06:06:26 PM
can't seem to get any connections , can someone tell me how to connect to the net work? 

Firewall ? Port ?

how long do you have open the wallet for search connections ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on October 02, 2016, 06:11:41 PM
Anybody else having the wallet locked/freezing up after running for a while ?
When it happens I have lots of connections like 70++.
Happens on Windoze Server 2008 R2 SP1.

Guess I have to limit my connections using the ip list of the wallet.
Anyone got a good list to use ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 02, 2016, 07:19:44 PM

Download the wallet several hours ago and it seem not to get past block 13801.

02/10/2016 21:09:22.385 TID:00001A18 [Info] <TNetServer> Activating server on port 4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.511 TID:00002478 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 108.53.3.135:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.545 TID:00000FA4 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.590 TID:00000598 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.610 TID:00001718 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.110.243:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.615 TID:0000106C [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.102.12:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:000011C8 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconecting myself bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 > Duplicate connection with pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:00002578 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconecting myself pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 > Duplicate connection with bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:000011C8 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:00002578 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:43.764 TID:00000524 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 13801
02/10/2016 21:09:44.814 TID:00000300 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 54.69.184.230:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:44.821 TID:00000448 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.109.107:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:44.833 TID:000020BC [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.108.121:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:45.893 TID:00002028 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 13801
02/10/2016 21:11:04.918 TID:00001938 [Error] <TNetClient> Received a distinct block, finalizing: Block:17469 Timestamp:1475435317 Reward:1000000 Fee:0 PoW:000000000C562ADE4562076FA057E47B9FC4F2BEB51575634BC09D34930C6224
02/10/2016 21:11:07.160 TID:00001560 [Error] <TNetClient> Received a distinct block, finalizing: Block:17469 Timestamp:1475435317 Reward:1000000 Fee:0 PoW:000000000C562ADE4562076FA057E47B9FC4F2BEB51575634BC09D34930C6224

Connections:6 Client:0 Servers:6

Total Blocks: 13801
Current Block age: 11 days ago
Mining Status: Not mining (allow mining checked)
Node Status: Found block 17470 (Wait until downloaded)

Stopped and started the wallet several times and the same result, sync's up to 13801. I'll leave it running to see if it sorts itself out
unless anyone has suggestions?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 02, 2016, 09:13:18 PM

Download the wallet several hours ago and it seem not to get past block 13801.

02/10/2016 21:09:22.385 TID:00001A18 [Info] <TNetServer> Activating server on port 4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.511 TID:00002478 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 108.53.3.135:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.545 TID:00000FA4 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.590 TID:00000598 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.610 TID:00001718 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.110.243:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:22.615 TID:0000106C [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.102.12:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:000011C8 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconecting myself bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 > Duplicate connection with pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:00002578 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconecting myself pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004 > Duplicate connection with bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:000011C8 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:23.316 TID:00002578 [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:43.764 TID:00000524 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 13801
02/10/2016 21:09:44.814 TID:00000300 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 54.69.184.230:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:44.821 TID:00000448 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.109.107:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:44.833 TID:000020BC [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 45.32.108.121:4004
02/10/2016 21:09:45.893 TID:00002028 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 13801
02/10/2016 21:11:04.918 TID:00001938 [Error] <TNetClient> Received a distinct block, finalizing: Block:17469 Timestamp:1475435317 Reward:1000000 Fee:0 PoW:000000000C562ADE4562076FA057E47B9FC4F2BEB51575634BC09D34930C6224
02/10/2016 21:11:07.160 TID:00001560 [Error] <TNetClient> Received a distinct block, finalizing: Block:17469 Timestamp:1475435317 Reward:1000000 Fee:0 PoW:000000000C562ADE4562076FA057E47B9FC4F2BEB51575634BC09D34930C6224

Connections:6 Client:0 Servers:6

Total Blocks: 13801
Current Block age: 11 days ago
Mining Status: Not mining (allow mining checked)
Node Status: Found block 17470 (Wait until downloaded)

Stopped and started the wallet several times and the same result, sync's up to 13801. I'll leave it running to see if it sorts itself out
unless anyone has suggestions?


Try downloading a more recent blockchain file from here: http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1). There's something weird with that blockchain file, and about half the time I set up a new node I end up having to grab a more recent blockchain file to use.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on October 02, 2016, 09:32:25 PM
I've been buying at .00003 BTC per Pascal. I've bought over 20,000 though and have what I wanted to buy for now.

ive been buying from 1500 - 1800 sats got some yesterday at 1800sats

Where did you find these sellers ...damn i'm buying at 2500 sat but not a single answer on the buy/sell thread ...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Dagmen on October 02, 2016, 09:35:05 PM
I've been buying at .00003 BTC per Pascal. I've bought over 20,000 though and have what I wanted to buy for now.

ive been buying from 1500 - 1800 sats got some yesterday at 1800sats

Where did you find these sellers ...damn i'm buying at 2500 sat but not a single answer on the buy/sell thread ...

Seems like people are waiting for a higher price which can be expected since the dev his serious, nobody could dump it on exchange and the community is growing everyday. :p


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on October 02, 2016, 09:59:55 PM
I've been buying at .00003 BTC per Pascal. I've bought over 20,000 though and have what I wanted to buy for now.

ive been buying from 1500 - 1800 sats got some yesterday at 1800sats

Where did you find these sellers ...damn i'm buying at 2500 sat but not a single answer on the buy/sell thread ...

im pretty sure no large seller is giving away coins that cheap, he is probably buying a couple blocks at a time

most offers i receive are for like 200 coins at a time




Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 02, 2016, 10:00:10 PM
I seriously doubt anyone is selling at 1500-1800 satoshi if they were I'd be buying all day long.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lockepi on October 02, 2016, 10:05:39 PM
what is dev up to not heard from him


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 02, 2016, 10:11:01 PM
Still coding and working. If you check the github he is working on 1.0.6 wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 02, 2016, 10:26:03 PM


Try downloading a more recent blockchain file from here: http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1). There's something weird with that blockchain file, and about half the time I set up a new node I end up having to grab a more recent blockchain file to use.
[/quote]

Thanks for that, sync'ed nicely and now my wallet is mining  :)



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on October 03, 2016, 01:03:48 AM
didnt hit a block last night.
Keep on mining bro !
Or buy some...   ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 03, 2016, 01:55:12 AM
Catched a few Blocks last day  :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 03, 2016, 02:06:36 AM
Pascal is gaining a good community keep it up everyone and remember support the developer.  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pineapples on October 03, 2016, 03:56:17 AM
I have a client that is refusing to sync.
It was stuck on 5 days ago, trying to use an older copy of chain I have, it's now stuck on 12 days ago.

Seems I am on correct time,
any other ideas to try to get it to sync ?

here's a copy of my log for a few minutes
http://pastebin.com/CM4n6UZG

--

i also tried deleting the roaming folder, and reinstalling pascalcoin and still no luck.

Can anyone tell me what is in  the Pascal Coin install folder that is necessary for the roaming folder to work?
if you delete the chain in the roaming folder, the exe will crash on startup.


edit.
ok i see the initial install copies/creates pascalcoinB03.mdb
then it won't run unless the file is present.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 03, 2016, 03:59:47 AM
I have a client that is refusing to sync.
It was stuck on 5 days ago, trying to use an older copy of chain I have, it's now stuck on 12 days ago.

Seems I am on correct time,
any other ideas to try to get it to sync ?

Try this http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1)

Helped some users


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pineapples on October 03, 2016, 04:02:16 AM
I have a client that is refusing to sync.
It was stuck on 5 days ago, trying to use an older copy of chain I have, it's now stuck on 12 days ago.

Seems I am on correct time,
any other ideas to try to get it to sync ?

Try this http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1)

Helped some users

what is it?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 03, 2016, 04:05:11 AM
I have a client that is refusing to sync.
It was stuck on 5 days ago, trying to use an older copy of chain I have, it's now stuck on 12 days ago.

Seems I am on correct time,
any other ideas to try to get it to sync ?

Try this http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1)

Helped some users

what is it?

 a more recent blockchain file to use.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pineapples on October 03, 2016, 04:33:33 AM
I have a client that is refusing to sync.
It was stuck on 5 days ago, trying to use an older copy of chain I have, it's now stuck on 12 days ago.

Seems I am on correct time,
any other ideas to try to get it to sync ?

Try this http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1)

Helped some users

what is it?

 a more recent blockchain file to use.


cool bananas :)
seemed to work. i'm now 6 minutes ago !! thanks


i tried playing with deleting everything, reinstalling different version and also UPNP and port forwarding but i had no success with any of that.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 03, 2016, 04:44:42 AM
I have a client that is refusing to sync.
It was stuck on 5 days ago, trying to use an older copy of chain I have, it's now stuck on 12 days ago.

Seems I am on correct time,
any other ideas to try to get it to sync ?

Try this http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1)

Helped some users

what is it?

 a more recent blockchain file to use.


cool bananas :)
seemed to work. i'm now 6 minutes ago !! thanks


i tried playing with deleting everything, reinstalling different version and also UPNP and port forwarding but i had no success with any of that.

good to hear I am glad if I could help you


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: albanes on October 03, 2016, 08:37:09 AM
Подскажите, в чем проблема http://s017.radikal.ru/i414/1610/df/940f63bf1ceb.png (http://radikal.ru)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on October 03, 2016, 10:35:24 AM
Polish big miners into this .. big times ahead


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 03, 2016, 10:54:48 AM

Try downloading a more recent blockchain file from here: http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1). There's something weird with that blockchain file, and about half the time I set up a new node I end up having to grab a more recent blockchain file to use.

Thanks Vorksholk.

I've detected this issue and today (max tomorrow) I'll update a new build 1.0.6 with some corrections and also with last blockchain.

Meanlwhile download this Database is usefull for new installations.

INSTRUCTIONS for new installations: (Until new build updated)
1 - Download installer and execute it
2 - Download Blockchain database from http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1 (http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1).
3 - Go to PascalCoin database folder, located at: C:\Users\(Your user)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin
4 - Replace pascalcoinb03.mdb for downloaded database
5 - Run Application and wait until Ready
6 - Remember to open your 4004 port


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on October 03, 2016, 11:26:32 AM
how big is Polish... miners ?
50 000 kh/S ?

upd: MDB file solved the problem of 2 days blockhain downloading
thanks dev


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bumbacoin on October 03, 2016, 01:03:44 PM
Подскажите, в чем проблема http://s017.radikal.ru/i414/1610/df/940f63bf1ceb.png (http://radikal.ru)

put this file http://filedropper.com/pascalcoinb03_1
into your datadirectory.
User/AppData/Roaming/PascalCoin



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vvinam on October 03, 2016, 02:22:39 PM
2000kh mine very hard


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 03, 2016, 04:52:40 PM
Network is SLOOOOW today. My miner that I turned off yesterday is taking forever to sync up.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 03, 2016, 05:56:02 PM
I've been running my wallet 1.0.5 for a day or so with the blockchain mentioned earlier.
A few hours ago the wallet crashed an upon reloading I find my IP address is blacklisted. The
wallet seems to be running fine, port 4004 open, 30 connections, 25 clients and 5 servers.
I have not received one block reward. I will leave it running for a bit more but if I'm not
going to get any rewards I do not wish to contribute to functioning of the blockchain. Any
advice on how long rewards take, I am using windows 10 and an Intel Core i7 6700.

03/10/2016 17:37:59.578 TID:0000131C [Info] <TNetServer> Activating server on port 4004
03/10/2016 17:37:59.622 TID:00001534 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 151.80.227.13:4004
03/10/2016 17:37:59.622 TID:00001DCC [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 151.80.227.7:4004
03/10/2016 17:37:59.676 TID:00000910 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 62.210.116.164:4004
03/10/2016 17:37:59.695 TID:00001EC4 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
03/10/2016 17:37:59.699 TID:00000234 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 176.38.58.77:4004
03/10/2016 17:37:59.824 TID:000008F8 [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
03/10/2016 17:38:00.336 TID:000002AC [Error] <TNetData> Response with error (0002): Your IP is blacklisted:xx.xx.xx.xx:63710 ...on operation: ERROR id: 0
03/10/2016 17:38:00.336 TID:000002AC [Error] <TNetClient> Disconecting 176.38.58.77:4004 > Invalid operation: Autosend Operation:ERROR ERRCODE:2 ERROR:Your IP is blacklisted:xx.xx.xx.xx:63710
03/10/2016 17:38:00.336 TID:000002AC [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from 176.38.58.77:4004
03/10/2016 17:38:00.510 TID:000027CC [Info] <TNetClient> Disconecting myself bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004 > Duplicate connection with pascalcoin1.ddns.net:4004
03/10/2016 17:38:00.510 TID:000027CC [Info] <TNetClient> Disconnected from bpascal1.dynamic-dns.net:4004
03/10/2016 17:38:01.010 TID:0000121C [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 151.80.227.15:4004
03/10/2016 17:38:01.095 TID:00001BAC [Info] <TNetClient> Connected to a server 47.20.155.141:4003
03/10/2016 17:38:04.126 TID:00000E28 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 17764
03/10/2016 17:38:04.456 TID:00000598 [Update] <TPCOperationsComp> New block height:17764 nOnce:245266232 timestamp:1475506518 Operations:0 Fee:0 SafeBoxBalance:17765000000=17765000000 PoW:000000002C975DF67EB5FA25D9B28EBC41C1D9F71F417AEA292E542794B23707 Operations previous Safe Box hash:7D5E0C76409EE90E3A641F68D88C4A60BA9912799D29D6C45DBE298852438CBC Future old Safe Box hash for next block:FDB8E7D93578ABBF26EB46F65D06AC42A929FF0AB07C5AE7F1B5CE7CB52F1368





Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: manasd on October 03, 2016, 06:05:02 PM
Hi ALL
I have 106 Pcs with intel 2,7GHz giving about 1000Khz each
how to configure all to one node or pool?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 03, 2016, 07:00:05 PM
Hi ALL
I have 106 Pcs with intel 2,7GHz giving about 1000Khz each
how to configure all to one node or pool?



You can't.

What I'm wondering about though, if you use the same worker name on multiple miners/wallets, will they mess up or get blacklisted?

Also I have now 3 rigs that can not minea s they are stuck at various sync times after they were restarted. (My rigs restart once a day for prev. maint.)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 03, 2016, 07:42:14 PM
Can't catch up with the blockchain either... stuck at 17764...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 03, 2016, 07:47:34 PM
Very important!
I've detected a BUG when trying to download blockchain caused by blocks 17729,17731 and 17763, because they have a lot of operations included (more than 15000 operations!) and downloading algorithm does not work properly.

Today I'll publish a new Build correcting this issue, but meanwhile, if you cannot connect, try downloading BlockChain from WeTransfer and copy it in PascalCoin database folder (C:\Users\(My User)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin)

Download BlockChain:  https://we.tl/zdFspbXDUk

Note: This issue only affects users trying to download blockchain when starting Application after installation or after some hours off, if your blockchain is over Block 17763 you don't need to download from link.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: alexcrownjr on October 03, 2016, 08:12:34 PM
blockchain 3 hours ago (https://mega.nz/#!6IZ00YLB!5lySzqpalJ6WS1Vw__VyRxjIYucBIgpXqFUQgZEM7kM)    last  block 17794 or 17795


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: idolacchacked on October 03, 2016, 08:18:56 PM
dev perhaps you can make it easier to sync for the next update?

still can't get any connections ...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on October 03, 2016, 08:26:08 PM
Very important!
I've detected a BUG when trying to download blockchain caused by blocks 17729,17731 and 17763, because they have a lot of operations included (more than 15000 operations!) and downloading algorithm does not work properly.

Today I'll publish a new Build correcting this issue, but meanwhile, if you cannot connect, try downloading BlockChain from WeTransfer and copy it in PascalCoin database folder (C:\Users\(My User)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin)

Download BlockChain:  https://we.tl/zdFspbXDUk

Note: This issue only affects users trying to download blockchain when starting Application after installation or after some hours off, if your blockchain is over Block 17763 you don't need to download from link.
yes thank you dev! This works very well after I downloaded and copies ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 03, 2016, 09:16:48 PM
Thx dev !! Keep up the good job !!!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on October 03, 2016, 09:22:55 PM
Very important!
I've detected a BUG when trying to download blockchain caused by blocks 17729,17731 and 17763, because they have a lot of operations included (more than 15000 operations!) and downloading algorithm does not work properly.

Today I'll publish a new Build correcting this issue, but meanwhile, if you cannot connect, try downloading BlockChain from WeTransfer and copy it in PascalCoin database folder (C:\Users\(My User)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin)

Download BlockChain:  https://we.tl/zdFspbXDUk

Note: This issue only affects users trying to download blockchain when starting Application after installation or after some hours off, if your blockchain is over Block 17763 you don't need to download from link.

Worked great, thanks Sir for your strong efforts!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on October 03, 2016, 09:25:36 PM
A general question, when the client says 4 miners @ 2500 KH/s, is that per miner or a total of the miners hashing? Eg is the hashing 4x 2500 ~10,000 KH/s or simply 2500 KH/s?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 03, 2016, 09:40:45 PM
A general question, when the client says 4 miners @ 2500 KH/s, is that per miner or a total of the miners hashing? Eg is the hashing 4x 2500 ~10,000 KH/s or simply 2500 KH/s?
Simply 2500 Kh/s, is a total


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on October 03, 2016, 09:47:19 PM
Not catching any block for the last few days now


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: metamorphin on October 03, 2016, 10:48:00 PM
wow...next hurdle to go...next generation of coins written in pascal?

greetz
Steve


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 03, 2016, 11:11:05 PM
New Build 1.0.6 avaialbe to download!

Download Windows Wallet/Miner/Explorer 1.0.6 from SourceForge:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.6.0 - 2016-10-04
--------------------------
- Memory leaks corrections
- Introducing net protocol 2-3
- Source code modified, starting compatibility with Lazarus and FPC


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: tr8kr on October 03, 2016, 11:13:16 PM
Can you add a button to lock the wallet after making some operation without restarting the wallet ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 03, 2016, 11:13:32 PM
New Build 1.0.6 avaialbe to download!

Download Windows Wallet/Miner/Explorer 1.0.6 from SourceForge:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/

Build 1.0.6.0 - 2016-10-04
--------------------------
- Memory leaks corrections
- Introducing net protocol 2-3
- Source code modified, starting compatibility with Lazarus and FPC



Excellent work my friend  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 04, 2016, 12:02:18 AM
Good job. Now I have to roll out all the updates on all my rigs (ugh).. LOL


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btc2nxt on October 04, 2016, 02:02:47 AM
After changed ThousandSeparator to FormatSettings.ThousandSeparator ...

compiled Ok in Delphi XE5

when run , got an error in UBlockChain.pas
Code:
  if length(Result)<>32 then begin
    raise Exception.Create('TargetFromCompact result length<>32 '+inttostr(Length(Result)));
  end;

after delete the code, application ran Ok.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on October 04, 2016, 05:18:33 AM
A general question, when the client says 4 miners @ 2500 KH/s, is that per miner or a total of the miners hashing? Eg is the hashing 4x 2500 ~10,000 KH/s or simply 2500 KH/s?
Simply 2500 Kh/s, is a total

Thank you for the clarification. I noticed that on two different machines but with identical cpus, one box mining on 4/8 cores was getting a higher hashrate than the other box mining on 8/8 cores.

Both boxes running Win7 64bit but the first was an instance on Xenserver while the second is running on VMware ESXi. I'll have to investigate further as why the esxi box is performing less than the other host. Or it looks like I'll have to change both boxes to Xenserver  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on October 04, 2016, 08:57:12 AM
despite using 32 bit win, but I am very happy, because they can still get a few blocks in 2 days ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Limx Dev on October 04, 2016, 09:24:44 AM
Nice Coin :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Tennis1966 on October 04, 2016, 09:32:07 AM
Anyone working on a linux version?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 04, 2016, 09:34:44 AM
despite using 32 bit win, but I am very happy, because they can still get a few blocks in 2 days ;D

What is your hashrate?

Anyone working on a linux version?

In version 1.0.6 dev says that "Source code modified, starting compatibility with Lazarus and FPC".
So this means that he is focusing on Linux porting.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 04, 2016, 10:58:32 AM
Any way to check net hash rate?
Block times are getting longer and longer.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 04, 2016, 12:35:22 PM
Any way to check net hash rate?
Block times are getting longer and longer.

Would be nice to see the network hashrate directly in the wallet ! thx


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bumbacoin on October 04, 2016, 02:07:10 PM
just downloaded 1.0.6
running on win7 it got stuck on reporting last block as 15 hours ago, while also auto mining at the same time :p

had to force quit it, it froze up.

on restart quickly turned allow mining off.

then synced ok.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on October 04, 2016, 03:05:50 PM
Thanks for new version, think that most stable still 0.4=) after manual db fix=)
agree that we need difficulty and networkhashrate in GUI


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 04, 2016, 10:11:15 PM
OK, up and running for a day or so on my I7 6700 and have received 600 coins.
Fired up my other PC using port 4005, no blocks as yet. I've set both wallets
to 'generate new private keys' since I got no blocks as 'always mine key'. Set a
password on this key as it has 100 coins, tried to send to another account and
it is asking to unlock and when the key is clicked, nothing, any suggestions.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on October 04, 2016, 10:37:27 PM

OK, up and running for a day or so on my I7 6700 and have received 600 coins.
Fired up my other PC using port 4005, no blocks as yet. I've set both wallets
to 'generate new private keys' since I got no block as 'always mine key'. Set a
password on this key as it has 100 coins, tried to send to another account and
it is asking to unlock and when the key is clicked, nothing, any suggestions.


I don't think that your private key has impact on your chances for picking up rewards.
More likely you got lucky because of miners upgrading, but I could be wrong.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 05, 2016, 11:06:52 AM
Any1 have the net hash rate? Block gen is going down again.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on October 05, 2016, 12:52:03 PM
Whoever named his miner "saugeiler superminer", ich liebe dich  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on October 05, 2016, 03:43:45 PM
Very important!
I've detected a BUG when trying to download blockchain caused by blocks 17729,17731 and 17763, because they have a lot of operations included (more than 15000 operations!) and downloading algorithm does not work properly.

Today I'll publish a new Build correcting this issue, but meanwhile, if you cannot connect, try downloading BlockChain from WeTransfer and copy it in PascalCoin database folder (C:\Users\(My User)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin)

Download BlockChain:  https://we.tl/zdFspbXDUk

Note: This issue only affects users trying to download blockchain when starting Application after installation or after some hours off, if your blockchain is over Block 17763 you don't need to download from link.

Hello dev, can you give us your opinion on when will the coin hit the markets?Aside from the 40 years mentioned previously or you were serious?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: michaelwang33 on October 05, 2016, 03:46:20 PM
Very important!
I've detected a BUG when trying to download blockchain caused by blocks 17729,17731 and 17763, because they have a lot of operations included (more than 15000 operations!) and downloading algorithm does not work properly.

Today I'll publish a new Build correcting this issue, but meanwhile, if you cannot connect, try downloading BlockChain from WeTransfer and copy it in PascalCoin database folder (C:\Users\(My User)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin)

Download BlockChain:  https://we.tl/zdFspbXDUk

Note: This issue only affects users trying to download blockchain when starting Application after installation or after some hours off, if your blockchain is over Block 17763 you don't need to download from link.

Hello dev, can you give us your opinion on when will the coin hit the markets?Aside from the 40 years mentioned previously or you were serious?


in december or mid november this year. still lots to do before its added


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on October 05, 2016, 05:34:38 PM
Very important!
I've detected a BUG when trying to download blockchain caused by blocks 17729,17731 and 17763, because they have a lot of operations included (more than 15000 operations!) and downloading algorithm does not work properly.

Today I'll publish a new Build correcting this issue, but meanwhile, if you cannot connect, try downloading BlockChain from WeTransfer and copy it in PascalCoin database folder (C:\Users\(My User)\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin)

Download BlockChain:  https://we.tl/zdFspbXDUk

Note: This issue only affects users trying to download blockchain when starting Application after installation or after some hours off, if your blockchain is over Block 17763 you don't need to download from link.

Hello dev, can you give us your opinion on when will the coin hit the markets?Aside from the 40 years mentioned previously or you were serious?

It's not a priority right now.  Better to develop something solid before approaching exchanges.

Until then you can use this thread:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905.0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 06:13:21 PM
Hello, I have been messing with Pascal for a couple of weeks trying to figure it out and dial it in. I had some messages (errors) and I believe was related to my screw up with thought I was taking a screenshot or snapshot, when in reality that was not for screenshot! That was for the state of the VM in Windows I had to set up to mess with PascalCoin, otherwise not a fan of Microsoft.
So I noticed the red error messages again today, and it's telling me about new updates from SourceForge and new version of wallet. Is this mandatory? If not, I'll leave it where it's at, as it was just installed like 2 weeks ago or less.
If I do need to update to the wallet, which I just downloaded, I have it in computer but not sure how to update this. Any instructions or helpful hint? Please and thank you.
www.bitcoinmacroeconomics.com    PS I scored 100 pascal as I found a block after some time. Now still trying to figure out how to use the wallet and send to my friend that helped with VM


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 06:16:49 PM
also, when i turned this puppy on it had 3 message and went to 6. I downloaded the new version of the wallet. And the the messages stopped at 5, but I am in build. 1.05 (says it top right of wallet) NOT 1.0.6 that I just downloaded off of SourceForge. In my opinion, this would not update to new version given that I see 1.0.5, but I do not know why the red error messages stopped. It seems I need to do something to update or move files over? And that's where I am confused with new wallet, new VM, etc.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 05, 2016, 06:23:09 PM
The messages you get inform you about a new protocol/version (ie: 1.0.6).
It is not mandatory, but recommended.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 05, 2016, 06:35:06 PM
The messages you get inform you about a new protocol/version (ie: 1.0.6).
It is not mandatory, but recommended.

Dev is working on a lightweight linux version... meanwhile i recommend you to allways upgrade to last buid


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 05, 2016, 06:37:03 PM
I notice that build 1.0.6 has some CPU usage spikes much greater than previous versions.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 06:41:45 PM
I'm just not familiar with this pascal wallet at all. I can't even figure out how to send! Is there like a magical wa la to move a file or import keys to 1.0.6? If so what file? Got instructions?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 05, 2016, 06:49:02 PM
I'm just not familiar with this pascal wallet at all. I can't even figure out how to send! Is there like a magical wa la to move a file or import keys to 1.0.6? If so what file? Got instructions?


Read the thread for a link to a YouTube vid explaining it.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 05, 2016, 07:01:19 PM
Watch the video in my signature. It's easy to use once you get the hang of it.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 05, 2016, 07:51:58 PM
I notice that build 1.0.6 has some CPU usage spikes much greater than previous versions.

Since the 1.0.6 Build, some of my rigs have crashed and restarted by themselves. Only change was going from 1.0.5 to 1.0.6, so something is up.
I also have quite a few rigs with 200-500G hashes with no found blocks. Anyone else?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 05, 2016, 08:01:13 PM
The messages you get inform you about a new protocol/version (ie: 1.0.6).
It is not mandatory, but recommended.

Dev is working on a lightweight linux version... meanwhile i recommend you to allways upgrade to last buid


Excellent this will be a huge addition :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on October 05, 2016, 08:02:36 PM
I notice that build 1.0.6 has some CPU usage spikes much greater than previous versions.

Since the 1.0.6 Build, some of my rigs have crashed and restarted by themselves. Only change was going from 1.0.5 to 1.0.6, so something is up.
I also have quite a few rigs with 200-500G hashes with no found blocks. Anyone else?

I have only two small VMs running and they get 2800 kH/s each. What kind of clusters are you using to achieve such a high hashrate as 200-500 GH/s ?
I'm running Win7 64bit and version 1.0.6 is working all fine for me, running non-stop since it was launched a few days ago.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 05, 2016, 08:12:13 PM
I notice that build 1.0.6 has some CPU usage spikes much greater than previous versions.

Since the 1.0.6 Build, some of my rigs have crashed and restarted by themselves. Only change was going from 1.0.5 to 1.0.6, so something is up.
I also have quite a few rigs with 200-500G hashes with no found blocks. Anyone else?

I have only two small VMs running and they get 2800 kH/s each. What kind of clusters are you using to achieve such a high hashrate as 200-500 GH/s ?
I'm running Win7 64bit and version 1.0.6 is working all fine for me, running non-stop since it was launched a few days ago.

Sorry, I mis-wrote it. I meant that quite a few rigs show 200-500G of hashes sent in the status page history (The # that counts up until you solve a block, next to your actual hash rate). Most of my rigs run between 1800-4000Kh/s with some serious ones in the 8Kh range.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on October 05, 2016, 08:18:04 PM
The messages you get inform you about a new protocol/version (ie: 1.0.6).
It is not mandatory, but recommended.

Dev is working on a lightweight linux version

dank


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 05, 2016, 08:21:13 PM
Would a non GUI miner be possible for windows also? ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 05, 2016, 08:50:39 PM
Would a non GUI miner be possible for windows also? ;)

Let's not overwhelm him he is doing great work, also please everyone contribute to development fund.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 10:56:21 PM
So i sent some pascal to my friend and first time sending, I asked if he got it, and he says the only thing he sees is change key ....(pending)....i would have thought he would have got it by now....how would he check balance? And thanks for the vid. I was not sure about adding an account first and the mining fee as it then went into inputting a public key to send pascal. So I went to one of my accounts (since he didnt have one) and used that, I then added 1 pascal for mining fee, input my friends public key, hit send, saw it turn yellow to baby shit green to full on green, but how can we tell if he gets the pascal? I guess he's not seeing a balance. What does change key pending mean? Did I screw up?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 05, 2016, 11:04:18 PM
If you sent an account to his public key he should get it. He may just need to click the box to view his accounts. If you sent it to one of your keys then you would get the account back. As far as I know, you send accounts and coins separate. So only one or the other at a time. If you sent an account with coins in it then you may have sent him all the coins in that account. I can not be sure though what you did, as I can not quite understand exactly what you are saying that you did.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 11:04:57 PM
http://i.imgur.com/Wd9vlmQ.jpg  Here is what he is seeing. I sent to him.....I would have thought he would see balance on right....not sure about left side and the pending stuff!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 11:07:43 PM
At Aetson I watched a youtube video and I tried to follow along. I changed the amount to 50. My balance was debited 50 plus 1 miner fee I added.
So wondering if there is a video on how to send just to a public key.....I guess I wasnt supposed to send from my "account"! So just input public key and amount? thought I tried that, and think it wouldnt go through....anyway...work in progress.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 05, 2016, 11:12:36 PM
No they have to have an account to send to. For example 61411-50. So you would need to send your friend an empty account first by going to operations. Tranfer account and put in his public key. After that you would go to an account you have with coins. Click operations and choose transaction and put in his address of the new account you sent him which is numbers-numbers and not a public key.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 05, 2016, 11:13:53 PM
From what he is showing it looks like you sent some empty accounts to him.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 05, 2016, 11:36:11 PM
I think it's working thanks to your explanation and assistance with video. My accounts went from 5 to 4, and it looks like its going through. Thx.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 05, 2016, 11:45:39 PM

What is being showed is the pending operations on the network to be processed by the next block to be found, nothing to do with the individual transfer, IMO.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 06, 2016, 12:11:55 AM

My wallet is filling up with no end of empty accounts. Not sure why five
accounts are generated, one of which has the mining reward. I have to
then move the reward to my primary account....????

Any enlightenment to this logic?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on October 06, 2016, 03:11:03 AM

My wallet is filling up with no end of empty accounts. Not sure why five
accounts are generated, one of which has the mining reward. I have to
then move the reward to my primary account....????

Any enlightenment to this logic?



You need an account to receive these coins, So they give you extra ones.. you know to sell/give to people who aren't mining this coin. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 06, 2016, 02:41:18 PM
A "trade/sell/give" account market would be a great addition to the client !
The only problem is how to pay for it, if you don't have any account with pascal coin in it... ?

Could we have a dual wallet ? where we could deposit BTC also ?!

Just thinking here !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 06, 2016, 02:47:14 PM
A "trade/sell/give" account market would be a great addition to the client !
The only problem is how to pay for it, if you don't have any account with pascal coin in it... ?

Could we have a dual wallet ? where we could deposit BTC also ?!

Just thinking here !

I think it is fine as it is for now. Wait until it hits the exchange(s).  ;)
Maybe make it simpler to add accounts to the transfer window by selecting more than ONE at a time though. When you try to send/sell hundreds of them it gets difficult to select one by one to move to the transfer/operation window.

*ps. I'm back to selling some of my coins/accounts as people keep asking me, if anyone needs it, but it'll cost you as some of us know where this is headed.  ;)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 06, 2016, 05:48:16 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 06, 2016, 07:14:43 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 06, 2016, 10:48:58 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on October 06, 2016, 11:01:20 PM
Mined for 2/3 days get one Block.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: hankrules on October 06, 2016, 11:03:24 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.
School!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YIz on October 06, 2016, 11:04:19 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.

Thanks for making the calculation. can ASICs be used with Pascal, theoretically? is the algorithm double SHA256?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 06, 2016, 11:33:08 PM
Mined for 2/3 days get one Block.

That is kind of vague, do you mean two or three days, or do you mean 2/3 day.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 06, 2016, 11:53:01 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.

Thanks for making the calculation. can ASICs be used with Pascal, theoretically? is the algorithm double SHA256?

Short answer: the current Bitcoin-style SHA256D ASICs *probably* wouldn't work.

Here's why:
The algorithm is double-SHA256, but that doesn't necessarily mean current ASICs are capable of doing it, because it isn't the same exact "flavor" of SHA256D. Bitcoin and other SHA256D cryptocurrencies for which ASICs are designed have an 80-byte header which is hashed, consisting of 6 fields (version, previous block hash, merkle root hash of current block, timestamp, nBits difficulty, nonce). The nonce is the last 4 bytes of this header, and so ASICs modify bytes 76 through 79 of this compiled input when they increment the nonce.

PascalCoin, however, uses a different format for the data. The nonce is still at the end, but the length of the data is larger (and variable, although this is effectively avoidable).
For example, if I were to start mining a block right now (Total blocks = 18865), I would be hashing the following data:

Code:
91480000CA02200034EEB5BF14734D065F194567205B3CDD4A9325DAC6B7BB6CBBD0FC1EB8FC39E520001E55B0AFA322E0B057CBDA829FC420BA6A31428CA7C878BB5F642321B967BE6C40420F00000000000100000028687D22566F726B73686F6C6B2EBF663CA475EB9E3E54A26B19F757598F642F1635C22790ADE400204030F19045E3B0C44298FC1C149AFBF4C8996FB92427AE41E4649B934CA495991B7852B85500000000CCDBF6579ABA8C01


Which is 176 bytes (compared to the 80 that an ASIC for Bitcoin is expecting). Also since that miner identification is part of that string, changing my miner name changes the length of this input! But the problems go deeper!

Let's step back real quick and look at how SHA-256 functions:
Initialize 8 variables h0...h7 with some starting values (hard-coded into the algorithm, they're the beginning part of the square roots of the prime numbers from 2 to 19)
Take your input bits, add a '1' bit to the end. Then, add zeroes until its length % 512 = 448. Then, append a 64-bit number which contains the length of the original message (thus making its length a multiple of 512).
Then, for each 512-bit chunk, do a word expansion (which involves dividing the 512-bit chunk into 16 32-bit chunks, performing some operations to them to produce another 48 32-bit integers, for a total of 64). Initialize some variables a...h to h0...h7. Perform a compression function that uses those 64 words to modify a...h. Afterwards, add a...h to h0...h7.
Once you've processed each 512-bit chunk in that manner, the hash is simply h0...h7 smashed together (each is a 32-bit integer, so 8 of them give you the 256-bit output).

SHA256D simply involves doing that twice. With a Bitcoin-like 80-byte input (640 bytes), the first SHA256 call will have two 512-bit chunks to deal with, so the word expansion and compression functions will run twice. The output is a 256-bit integer, so feeding that 256-bit output into SHA256 again will only have one 512-bit chunk to deal with, so the word expansion and compression functions only run once. Fun fact: almost 2/3 of the time computing SHA-256D on a Bitcoin-style input is in the first SHA-256 run, since the 2nd one only has one chunk.

Anyhow, with a PascalCoin-like (minimum ~166 byte, as far as I can gather) input, the first SHA256 call will have three 512-bit chunks to deal with, so the word expansion and compression functions will run three times. The output again is only a 256-bit integer, so the 2nd run of SHA256 would run identically to Bitcoin.

While I don't have any experience designing ASICs, I would assume that, between the different input size (meaning the location of the nonce is different than Bitcoin) and the extra SHA256 expansion/compression rounds that have to occur because of the larger input, ASICs designed for SHA-256D mining of Bitcoin-like coins would be unable to process PascalCoin hashes. However, some ASIC designs might be flexible enough to enable this or require only a minor modification to enable it.

Fun experiment you can do from home with PascalCoin and hashing speeds! With a length-10 miner name, the hashed data is 176 bytes (3 expansion/compression rounds in the first run of the algo, since this is 1408 bits input to SHA-256). However, if you increase your miner name to a length of 18 or greater (thus making the input data 184 bytes or larger, which is 1472 bytes or larger, which once you add the '1' bit, is 1473 bits, and 1473 % 512 = 449, so to get back to length % 512 = 448), we have to add an additional chunk, thus causing the first iteration of SHA256 to require 4 expansion/compression rounds. Effectively, your miner length of 18 or greater made SHA-256 harder to compute, so you mine at a slower speed. One core of my desktop mines at 1073 kH/s with a length-17-or-below-name, but with a length-18 name it drops down to 886 kH/s (we made it go from a total of 4 chunks to a total of 5, and unsurprisingly our speed is nearly or original speed multiplied by 4/5). Note: if you change the name and your speed doesn't decrease, restart PascalCoin to force it to use the new miner name.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 06, 2016, 11:53:08 PM
created a buy and sell thread for pascal

will try and keep it updated

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on October 06, 2016, 11:58:01 PM
created a buy and sell thread for pascal

will try and keep it updated

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0

there's already one that isn't self moderated


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 06, 2016, 11:58:56 PM
Yea one already exist https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1618905.0)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 06, 2016, 11:59:42 PM
created a buy and sell thread for pascal

will try and keep it updated

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0

there's already one that isn't self moderated

yea but its not being kept up to date, its moderated so most of the posts can be about trading nothing else, i cant search through talk of the coin that can be done here

post you trade offer il add it to OP so its all in one place


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: michaelwang33 on October 07, 2016, 12:12:02 AM
created a buy and sell thread for pascal

will try and keep it updated

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0

there's already one that isn't self moderated

yea but its not being kept up to date, its moderated so most of the posts can be about trading nothing else, i cant search through talk of the coin that can be done here

post you trade offer il add it to OP so its all in one place

yes looks great easier to see buy and sell offers like that rather than going through each page


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 07, 2016, 01:06:02 AM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.

Yup. You're about right at the final figure.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: casper77 on October 07, 2016, 03:43:39 AM
how to send coins from wallet to wallet ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 07, 2016, 05:48:44 AM
Current block age: 1 hour (http://oi65.tinypic.com/sxc16t.jpg) ago.
Things are getting real. :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: michaelwang33 on October 07, 2016, 07:15:05 AM
have a question guys hope it gets answered

these accounts what function do they play?
are these accounts basically like personal wallets so there could be only number of certain wallets?
can a exchange create third party accounts on their exchange deposit and withdraw?
in the future will these accounts play any other role?

hyst trying to put a value on the accounts


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 07, 2016, 07:20:39 AM
have a question guys hope it gets answered

these accounts what function do they play?
are these accounts basically like personal wallets so there could be only number of certain wallets?
can a exchange create third party accounts on their exchange deposit and withdraw?
in the future will these accounts play any other role?

hyst trying to put a value on the accounts

Accounts allow for acessibility = they allow you to operate and transfer.

Accounts allow for vanity numbers = easy to remember numbers are on a higher level.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jacaf01 on October 07, 2016, 07:42:45 AM
Is the coin on exchange, if yes which of the exchanges


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 07, 2016, 07:45:39 AM
Is the coin on exchange, if yes which of the exchanges

No it is not, it will probably hit exchanges in late nov or dec.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 07, 2016, 07:48:18 AM
Is the coin on exchange, if yes which of the exchanges

you can currently trade it here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Caladonian on October 07, 2016, 07:56:23 AM
Is the coin on exchange, if yes which of the exchanges

you can currently trade it here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0
while waiting for the real exchange this would be a good venue for this coin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 07, 2016, 07:58:26 AM
Is the coin on exchange, if yes which of the exchanges

you can currently trade it here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0
while waiting for the real exchange this would be a good venue for this coin.

wel be on a exchange soon exchanges are looking into the coin could be quicker than we think


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on October 07, 2016, 08:12:05 AM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.

Thanks for making the calculation. can ASICs be used with Pascal, theoretically? is the algorithm double SHA256?

Short answer: the current Bitcoin-style SHA256D ASICs *probably* wouldn't work.

Here's why:
The algorithm is double-SHA256, but that doesn't necessarily mean current ASICs are capable of doing it, because it isn't the same exact "flavor" of SHA256D. Bitcoin and other SHA256D cryptocurrencies for which ASICs are designed have an 80-byte header which is hashed, consisting of 6 fields (version, previous block hash, merkle root hash of current block, timestamp, nBits difficulty, nonce). The nonce is the last 4 bytes of this header, and so ASICs modify bytes 76 through 79 of this compiled input when they increment the nonce.

PascalCoin, however, uses a different format for the data. The nonce is still at the end, but the length of the data is larger (and variable, although this is effectively avoidable).
For example, if I were to start mining a block right now (Total blocks = 18865), I would be hashing the following data:

Code:
91480000CA02200034EEB5BF14734D065F194567205B3CDD4A9325DAC6B7BB6CBBD0FC1EB8FC39E520001E55B0AFA322E0B057CBDA829FC420BA6A31428CA7C878BB5F642321B967BE6C40420F00000000000100000028687D22566F726B73686F6C6B2EBF663CA475EB9E3E54A26B19F757598F642F1635C22790ADE400204030F19045E3B0C44298FC1C149AFBF4C8996FB92427AE41E4649B934CA495991B7852B85500000000CCDBF6579ABA8C01


Which is 176 bytes (compared to the 80 that an ASIC for Bitcoin is expecting). Also since that miner identification is part of that string, changing my miner name changes the length of this input! But the problems go deeper!

Let's step back real quick and look at how SHA-256 functions:
Initialize 8 variables h0...h7 with some starting values (hard-coded into the algorithm, they're the beginning part of the square roots of the prime numbers from 2 to 19)
Take your input bits, add a '1' bit to the end. Then, add zeroes until its length % 512 = 448. Then, append a 64-bit number which contains the length of the original message (thus making its length a multiple of 512).
Then, for each 512-bit chunk, do a word expansion (which involves dividing the 512-bit chunk into 16 32-bit chunks, performing some operations to them to produce another 48 32-bit integers, for a total of 64). Initialize some variables a...h to h0...h7. Perform a compression function that uses those 64 words to modify a...h. Afterwards, add a...h to h0...h7.
Once you've processed each 512-bit chunk in that manner, the hash is simply h0...h7 smashed together (each is a 32-bit integer, so 8 of them give you the 256-bit output).

SHA256D simply involves doing that twice. With a Bitcoin-like 80-byte input (640 bytes), the first SHA256 call will have two 512-bit chunks to deal with, so the word expansion and compression functions will run twice. The output is a 256-bit integer, so feeding that 256-bit output into SHA256 again will only have one 512-bit chunk to deal with, so the word expansion and compression functions only run once. Fun fact: almost 2/3 of the time computing SHA-256D on a Bitcoin-style input is in the first SHA-256 run, since the 2nd one only has one chunk.

Anyhow, with a PascalCoin-like (minimum ~166 byte, as far as I can gather) input, the first SHA256 call will have three 512-bit chunks to deal with, so the word expansion and compression functions will run three times. The output again is only a 256-bit integer, so the 2nd run of SHA256 would run identically to Bitcoin.

While I don't have any experience designing ASICs, I would assume that, between the different input size (meaning the location of the nonce is different than Bitcoin) and the extra SHA256 expansion/compression rounds that have to occur because of the larger input, ASICs designed for SHA-256D mining of Bitcoin-like coins would be unable to process PascalCoin hashes. However, some ASIC designs might be flexible enough to enable this or require only a minor modification to enable it.

Fun experiment you can do from home with PascalCoin and hashing speeds! With a length-10 miner name, the hashed data is 176 bytes (3 expansion/compression rounds in the first run of the algo, since this is 1408 bits input to SHA-256). However, if you increase your miner name to a length of 18 or greater (thus making the input data 184 bytes or larger, which is 1472 bytes or larger, which once you add the '1' bit, is 1473 bits, and 1473 % 512 = 449, so to get back to length % 512 = 448), we have to add an additional chunk, thus causing the first iteration of SHA256 to require 4 expansion/compression rounds. Effectively, your miner length of 18 or greater made SHA-256 harder to compute, so you mine at a slower speed. One core of my desktop mines at 1073 kH/s with a length-17-or-below-name, but with a length-18 name it drops down to 886 kH/s (we made it go from a total of 4 chunks to a total of 5, and unsurprisingly our speed is nearly or original speed multiplied by 4/5). Note: if you change the name and your speed doesn't decrease, restart PascalCoin to force it to use the new miner name.

Many thanks for the insightful post Vorksholk, that helped me learn a bit more about the hashing. Much appreciated!  :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 07, 2016, 02:21:54 PM
Lucky you understood something ;) !!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mirny on October 07, 2016, 05:55:22 PM
Can I mine like this?
rig1=port 4004
rig2=port 4003
rig3=port 4002

From one IP?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 07, 2016, 06:25:11 PM
Why not?
Even with the same port should be possible since not everyone has dedicated IP.

Did you try and encountered issues?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doge94 on October 07, 2016, 06:28:43 PM
Is the coin on exchange, if yes which of the exchanges

No it is not, it will probably hit exchanges in late nov or dec.

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 07, 2016, 06:38:22 PM
Anyone know how to back up one's blocks, so that one can take this with them to another machine, cold storage, etc.?



Encrypt & export your private keys, then import them to the new machine. 



Can someone tell me how to do this with this miner.  There is nothing that says "encrypt & export your private keys" or anything close that I can tell.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on October 07, 2016, 06:41:43 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doge94 on October 07, 2016, 06:44:11 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

There is no RPC access, there is no easy way to integrate this kind of account system into existing exchange system, the fact that exchanges have to buy/mine new accounts. I'm sure there are work arounds but this coin really needs to take off (50k+ sat per coin + high OTC volume) to get interest from an exchange capable of implementing this coin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 07, 2016, 06:46:55 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

not that i know of bittrex looking into it and another exchange too as far as i know. no word about adding it but id expect this month and if it popularity explodes then all exchanges will be chasing it. look how long it took Monero to be added to a exchange.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 07, 2016, 07:22:48 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

not that i know of bittrex looking into it and another exchange too as far as i know. no word about adding it but id expect this month and if it popularity explodes then all exchanges will be chasing it. look how long it took Monero to be added to a exchange.

Couldn't we just send 1 account first and then deposit our funds to the exchange?

Then if we want to sell our pascals we need to send another account for the buyer.

Large scale trading we still probably be an issue.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vingaard on October 07, 2016, 07:23:11 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

There is no RPC access, there is no easy way to integrate this kind of account system into existing exchange system, the fact that exchanges have to buy/mine new accounts. I'm sure there are work arounds but this coin really needs to take off (50k+ sat per coin + high OTC volume) to get interest from an exchange capable of implementing this coin.

As I know the solution to implement this new coin in an exchange would be easy.

Exchanges only need one account, only one, and they, internally, assign an account "number" to their users. So, If I want to send my coins to the exchange I will send it to the exchange account and I only have to specify in the message that this amount will be for the number account that exchange have assigned me... I think it is an easy way to handle this subject of account... it doesn't matter if account are REAL or ASSIGNED BY EXCHANGE, in both cases we don´t control the private keys of these accounts so they are as safe as the "normal" system.

At least I think so...

(I'm sorry for my bad english)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 07, 2016, 07:25:39 PM
On Cryptopia it would get Listed but faild about API things

So when the API  thing is finish i think try it again to add it there so it can be Listed


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 07, 2016, 07:35:42 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

There is no RPC access, there is no easy way to integrate this kind of account system into existing exchange system, the fact that exchanges have to buy/mine new accounts. I'm sure there are work arounds but this coin really needs to take off (50k+ sat per coin + high OTC volume) to get interest from an exchange capable of implementing this coin.

As I know the solution to implement this new coin in an exchange would be easy.

Exchanges only need one account, only one, and they, internally, assign an account "number" to their users. So, If I want to send my coins to the exchange I will send it to the exchange account and I only have to specify in the message that this amount will be for the number account that exchange have assigned me... I think it is an easy way to handle this subject of account... it doesn't matter if account are REAL or ASSIGNED BY EXCHANGE, in both cases we don´t control the private keys of these accounts so they are as safe as the "normal" system.

At least I think so...

(I'm sorry for my bad english)

Everyone would have the same deposit address. This wouldn't work.

EDIT: Didn't read the part about using messages. Could be possible.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bannedseller on October 07, 2016, 08:08:17 PM
Dev any idea how to list the coin on an exchange?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 07, 2016, 08:14:04 PM
Can I mine like this?
rig1=port 4004
rig2=port 4003
rig3=port 4002

From one IP?

Why? Multiple instances on one physical pc?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 07, 2016, 08:17:26 PM

Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

There is no RPC access, there is no easy way to integrate this kind of account system into existing exchange system, the fact that exchanges have to buy/mine new accounts. I'm sure there are work arounds but this coin really needs to take off (50k+ sat per coin + high OTC volume) to get interest from an exchange capable of implementing this coin.

As I know the solution to implement this new coin in an exchange would be easy.

Exchanges only need one account, only one, and they, internally, assign an account "number" to their users. So, If I want to send my coins to the exchange I will send it to the exchange account and I only have to specify in the message that this amount will be for the number account that exchange have assigned me... I think it is an easy way to handle this subject of account... it doesn't matter if account are REAL or ASSIGNED BY EXCHANGE, in both cases we don´t control the private keys of these accounts so they are as safe as the "normal" system.

At least I think so...

(I'm sorry for my bad english)

Everyone would have the same deposit address. This wouldn't work.

EDIT: Didn't read the part about using messages. Could be possible.

There are quite a few ways for an exchange to have a single deposit address for all users, each with varying levels of implementation difficulty or user confusion:
1.) Messages (users attach some message to their transaction which identify them)
2.) For each transaction the exchange receives, check which public key(s) signed it (difficult in classic UTXO-based currencies, may make sense for an account-based blockchain)
3.) Have users encode their identity in the fractional part of the deposit (for example, all deposits of an amount x.19182 belong to a particular user, so if I want to deposit ~50 coins I send 50.19182, and they know I sent them)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinwonders010 on October 07, 2016, 08:47:18 PM
Sooner or later this will be on a exchange and once it is will be very interesting. I think 50,000 to 100k sats


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 07, 2016, 08:51:52 PM
Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s ;)

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.

Thanks very much for the mathematics, much appreciated.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 07, 2016, 09:32:09 PM
you guys think this coin can hit the exchanges at 50k or 100k sats?  :o

Not unless they find a 'real' point or use for this type of transaction. I think it's a P&D but will be a nice one good for at least a few bags worth.

Prices are already rising up from what I hear and see. I've been selling them for over 0.0035 per block set but holding most of it until it's 10x after hitting an exchange or switcher .


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: lobstermd on October 07, 2016, 10:28:12 PM
Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  :o


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 07, 2016, 10:39:54 PM
Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  :o

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 07, 2016, 11:14:20 PM
Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  :o

Luck... Very good luck! :-)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on October 07, 2016, 11:29:45 PM
Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  :o

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

Zcoin must be taking a huge chunk of cpu hashrate from other cpu mineable coins including pascal coin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 07, 2016, 11:38:12 PM
Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  :o

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

Zcoin must be taking a huge chunk of cpu hashrate from other cpu mineable coins including pascal coin.

It will be interesting to mine that coin but rewards are extremely low at the start not high at the start like Pascal.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on October 07, 2016, 11:45:18 PM
Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  :o

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

Zcoin must be taking a huge chunk of cpu hashrate from other cpu mineable coins including pascal coin.

It will be interesting to mine that coin but rewards are extremely low at the start not high at the start like Pascal.

you know the nature of hype  :D people flocks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Enema on October 07, 2016, 11:49:07 PM
@PascalCoin
-Please add connection limiter.
Right now wallet gets maxed out, 99 connections and when that happens wallet becomes unstable.

-Add active blocking of outdated wallets.
This to keep the swarm healthy, too many ppl still using 1.0.5 and even 1.0.4.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MFahad on October 08, 2016, 03:46:12 AM
@PascalCoin
-Please add connection limiter.
Right now wallet gets maxed out, 99 connections and when that happens wallet becomes unstable.

-Add active blocking of outdated wallets.
This to keep the swarm healthy, too many ppl still using 1.0.5 and even 1.0.4.

I ran into the coin a while back and I wonder is it the coin, the dev or is this just a thread that was trying to get more coin action for a third party to dump them? 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: virasog on October 08, 2016, 04:36:03 AM
I dont understand how this would be a P&D coin. This technology works and its very easy to deploy. How many projects in the space have a simple interface that runs with not that many issues?

You are right,  this is not a Pump and dump coins assdev didn't had so much coins... as i told it here....i myself would buy 35% of all supply.... and i'm pretty sure that some other non dev people bought some coins too...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 08, 2016, 05:18:08 AM
I've been buying coins from a few legit people. There is some though that seem to be the same guy on multiple accounts who messages me once a day asking if I am buying Pascal. I say I am and ask how much they have, etc. Always says they want to sell until I mention a small test transaction to keep myself from getting scammed. Where I send a small amount of BTC for a small amount of Pascal then trade for the rest. Then I never hear from them again. Been happening every day now for a few days. I don't think many people have many coins and if they do the legit holders are not selling.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: casper77 on October 08, 2016, 07:43:38 AM
gentlemen, could you explain me how to send coins ? i'm not newbie in crypto but i confused...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on October 08, 2016, 08:47:07 AM
day after day I have not completely get block. whether its higher diff?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 08, 2016, 09:10:51 AM
When trying mine with the second rig on same IP it says IP is banned.
First (initial) rig still works tho.

Any ideas?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 08, 2016, 10:27:16 AM
When trying mine with the second rig on same IP it says IP is banned.
First (initial) rig still works tho.

Any ideas?

I'm running two wallets (different machines) and have set the port on the other one to 4005
with no problems mining on both.

Make sure the port is open.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 08, 2016, 10:35:17 AM
Thanks for the tip, I already did that and now waiting for my IP to get whitelisted.

@PascalCoin - problem is that I got IP blacklisted message directly after installing the wallet in the 2nd rig without allowing me to tweak the port # before. It seems to be a bug, maybe the developer will check it.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: 110110101 on October 08, 2016, 12:06:15 PM
Thanks for the tip, I already did that and now waiting for my IP to get whitelisted.

@PascalCoin - problem is that I got IP blacklisted message directly after installing the wallet in the 2nd rig without allowing me to tweak the port # before. It seems to be a bug, maybe the developer will check it.
Make sure your clocks are OK too as you can get a warning message about blacklisting if they are out of sync.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 08, 2016, 03:00:36 PM
Thanks for the tip, I already did that and now waiting for my IP to get whitelisted.

@PascalCoin - problem is that I got IP blacklisted message directly after installing the wallet in the 2nd rig without allowing me to tweak the port # before. It seems to be a bug, maybe the developer will check it.

... not a BUG. Sure something on your second rig is bad configurated... check Time and Time/Zone configuration, also search for similar problems explained in this thread.

For everybody: Note that "blacklist" is not the same for everybody. A Node has its own blacklist, blacklist is not propagated.
Understanding this, you can see that perhaps you can connect to a node and be blacklisted, but if your configuration is ok, then you will connect to another node correctly, and another, and another... If you cannot connect to any node, then SURE you have a bad configuration (usually bad configurated Time and Time/Zone)

Also: BlackList is stored for 2 hours in each node. If you want to connect to a node that has blacklisted you, you must wait 2 hours prior it accepts you.

Blacklist is a protection for all nodes, it helps you and everybody to work properly without third party attacks


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 08, 2016, 04:08:25 PM
I hope some people can continue to explain some of these things to mining newbies. 
Will just copying the PascalCoin directory unto a thumb drive back up your accounts?
I have of course backed up my password and private keys.  I see I have two private keyes
noted down, one I called old and a new one.  I have found four blocks, do I need to do
anything for each block?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 08, 2016, 04:45:38 PM
I hope some people can continue to explain some of these things to mining newbies. 
Will just copying the PascalCoin directory unto a thumb drive back up your accounts?
I have of course backed up my password and private keys.  I see I have two private keyes
noted down, one I called old and a new one.  I have found four blocks, do I need to do
anything for each block?


Just make sure all your private keys are backed up :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 08, 2016, 06:16:06 PM
Adjusted time related settings to be the same as with the working rig (aka correct time / region) and now I can mine just fine.

Thanks all for the help, especially @PascalCoin.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 08, 2016, 06:56:01 PM
Adjusted time related settings to be the same as with the working rig (aka correct time / region) and now I can mine just fine.

Thanks all for the help, especially @PascalCoin.

Most cryptos have the same problem, since it is time correlated on blockchain.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mirny on October 08, 2016, 10:01:06 PM
Can I mine like this?
rig1=port 4004
rig2=port 4003
rig3=port 4002

From one IP?

Why? Multiple instances on one physical pc?

No, I wrote, rig1,2,3, so I mean 3 physical PCs.
And btw, I found few blocks without opening a port.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Beoga on October 08, 2016, 10:24:02 PM
gentlemen, could you explain me how to send coins ? i'm not newbie in crypto but i confused...

Operation - New single operation - Transaction (tx) - Destination account (example:12345-12) Amount (amount of PascalCoins you want to send) Fee (0)
Press button "Execute".



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 08, 2016, 10:27:25 PM
gentlemen, could you explain me how to send coins ? i'm not newbie in crypto but i confused...

Operation - New single operation - Transaction (tx) - Destination account (example:12345-12) Amount (amount of PascalCoins you want to send) Fee (0)
Press button "Execute".



You might have to enter wallet password first to open the window.  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 09, 2016, 04:05:11 AM
im on a VM and i an getting not mining and below that Alone in this world. Last night I found a block. I didn't change anything. What do you think is going on? I keep getting plenty of red messages. 1.0.5


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YourMom420 on October 09, 2016, 04:13:23 AM
Can anyone help me get it running on Linux?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: YourMom420 on October 09, 2016, 04:15:14 AM
Can anyone help me get it running on Linux?
Will tip :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 04:49:42 AM
Can anyone help me get it running on Linux?

You can not run it on linux yet, you will have to wait for the linux litewallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 05:14:29 AM
im on a VM and i an getting not mining and below that Alone in this world. Last night I found a block. I didn't change anything. What do you think is going on? I keep getting plenty of red messages. 1.0.5

Update to 1.0.6 and it should fix the red messages and likely any issues you are having.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: btcmacroecon on October 09, 2016, 02:33:55 PM
Thanks Aetsen for setting me straight. I updated and thought I had to import everything but it did it automatically. I thought I got screwed out of some Pascal...until I hit "refresh" and correct balance showed up. That was actually pretty easy. I tried 3 times with Microsoft and made it to the part where Microsoft was setting up desktop launch, but it denied it 3 times. Don't think I did anything different (must have???) but it accepted it anyway. Good news is I didn't have to change anything as it all integrated. I have been using Linux for a couple of years and still am no expert, but hopping back over to Microsoft is good training! Learning with Pascal.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 09, 2016, 05:10:50 PM
Can some explain why I get a couple of blocks per day on an I7 6700 processor
and a select few get 20 times plus of blocks per day?

This is a CPU only mining coin or am I wrong?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: pascalGPU on October 09, 2016, 05:20:14 PM
Can some explain why I get a couple of blocks per day on an I7 6700 processor
and a select few get 20 times plus of blocks per day?

This is a CPU only mining coin or am I wrong?



GPU miner is here........


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 09, 2016, 05:26:33 PM
Is there any information on how to GPU mine Pascal ?



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on October 09, 2016, 05:27:27 PM
Can some explain why I get a couple of blocks per day on an I7 6700 processor
and a select few get 20 times plus of blocks per day?

This is a CPU only mining coin or am I wrong?



GPU miner is here........

u w0t m8?
Since when is there a GPU miner.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on October 09, 2016, 05:39:43 PM
New to these coins.  How does this work when someone figures out how to gpu mine?  Does he just get all the blocks until someone else figures it out too?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 05:50:27 PM
Vorksholk do you have a GPU miner working now? If so could you share it with the rest of us please? :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on October 09, 2016, 05:52:53 PM
Does this make it easier to get on exchange now that there is gpu mining and rpc access?  Guess I'm done mining for now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on October 09, 2016, 05:53:48 PM
Vorksholk do you have a GPU miner working now? If so could you share it with the rest of us please? :)

Well, that's the last thing someone would do.
Check the Block explorer, Vorksholk is getting nearly ervery block in the last 2 hours.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 09, 2016, 05:54:49 PM
Vorksholk do you have a GPU miner working now? If so could you share it with the rest of us please? :)

Well, that's the last thing someone would do.
Check the Block explorer, Vorksholk is getting nearly ervery block in the last 2 hours.

He said earlier in this thread he rented a couple of servers. He might of just added more.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 05:55:21 PM
Vorksholk do you have a GPU miner working now? If so could you share it with the rest of us please? :)

Well, that's the last thing someone would do.
Check the Block explorer, Vorksholk is getting nearly ervery block in the last 2 hours.

If it's even him and he has one I would think he would share it for fairness to the community and to help promote mining of the coin and increase the value.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 09, 2016, 05:57:26 PM
Time to shut down the wallet, I'm not going to get any blocks CPU mining.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 09, 2016, 05:58:36 PM
Vorksholk do you have a GPU miner working now? If so could you share it with the rest of us please? :)

Well, that's the last thing someone would do.
Check the Block explorer, Vorksholk is getting nearly ervery block in the last 2 hours.

If it's even him and he has one I would think he would share it for fairness to the community and to help promote mining of the coin and increase the value.

This. For a coin to succeed, you want 30% of the hash rate absolute maximum. Otherwise everyone else will lose interest.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 05:59:45 PM
Vorksholk might be helping the developer, with API and RPC access there are two developers working on the coin now. Vorksholk is a really intelligent guy.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: iscal on October 09, 2016, 06:06:31 PM
Vorksholk might be helping the developer, with API and RPC access there are two developers working on the coin now. Vorksholk is a really intelligent guy.

Vorksholk needs 12 hours from now to kill that coin.Shut down my wallet i m out


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on October 09, 2016, 06:06:37 PM
poloniex might be interested in this i think it looks like all those unique projects there


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: KK99 on October 09, 2016, 06:09:52 PM
https://gyazo.com/681768b375aac1e0e6ade849cbf5d37f

more than 50% of the hash?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 06:10:46 PM
The hash according to his past calculations is still only about 240 MHs total for the network, but it is crazy seeing his name on all those blocks. Could be he rented high end servers or someone did and is just using his name.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 06:15:57 PM
The hash according to his past calculations is still only about 240 MHs total for the network, but it is crazy seeing his name on all those blocks. Could be he rented high end servers or someone did and is just using his name.

That doesn't make sense the only way someone can do this is a higher amount of hash and even with 50% I don't think you would be getting every single block.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 09, 2016, 06:18:39 PM

No point in cpu mining, I've shutdown my wallet for now, shame I thought the coin had a lot of potential.
Commiserations to all of us who mined this coin.

Scammers everywhere in crypto.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 06:18:48 PM
The hash according to his past calculations is still only about 240 MHs total for the network, but it is crazy seeing his name on all those blocks. Could be he rented high end servers or someone did and is just using his name.

That doesn't make sense the only way someone can do this is a higher amount of hash and even with 50% I don't think you would be getting every single block.

Whoever it is isn't getting every block just most of them. I messaged him, but have yet to get a reply from him or the Dev. I hope if there is a GPU miner they will understand sharing it for fairness will only help the coin. Solo mining like that will only hurt the coin and make people lose interest. It could be someone trying to attack the coin and just using his name as you can use any name you want in the wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 06:20:51 PM
The hash according to his past calculations is still only about 240 MHs total for the network, but it is crazy seeing his name on all those blocks. Could be he rented high end servers or someone did and is just using his name.

That doesn't make sense the only way someone can do this is a higher amount of hash and even with 50% I don't think you would be getting every single block.

Whoever it is isn't getting every block just most of them. I messaged him, but have yet to get a reply from him or the Dev. I hope if there is a GPU miner they will understand sharing it for fairness will only help the coin. Solo mining like that will only hurt the coin and make people lose interest. It could be someone trying to attack the coin and just using his name as you can use any name you want in the wallet.

If it's not Vorsholk and it's a 51% attack we need to blacklist that node so it's important they communicate soon. In the mean time people need to put larger hashrate on this to counter this.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 06:22:39 PM
The hash according to his past calculations is still only about 240 MHs total for the network, but it is crazy seeing his name on all those blocks. Could be he rented high end servers or someone did and is just using his name.

That doesn't make sense the only way someone can do this is a higher amount of hash and even with 50% I don't think you would be getting every single block.

Whoever it is isn't getting every block just most of them. I messaged him, but have yet to get a reply from him or the Dev. I hope if there is a GPU miner they will understand sharing it for fairness will only help the coin. Solo mining like that will only hurt the coin and make people lose interest. It could be someone trying to attack the coin and just using his name as you can use any name you want in the wallet.

If it's not Vorsholk and it's a 51% attack we need to blacklist that node so it's important they communicate soon. In the mean time people need to put larger hashrate on this to counter this.

Yea I would if I had more computers. I have all of mine hashing already though. I just have average CPUs though 4, 6 and 8 core AMD. Not high end server CPUs or anything with 16 or 32 cores.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 09, 2016, 06:28:16 PM
I'm hitting the network with 65MH so it is WAY bigger than 240MH. I have not hit a block in a few hours.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 06:30:14 PM
I'm hitting the network with 65MH so it is WAY bigger than 240MH. I have not hit a block in a few hours.

I am loading up on a few more servers gonna make sure this bad boy is protected. Make sure everyone does the same and thanks for your contribution.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 06:30:42 PM
Microsoft Azure and Google cloud have free trials. I already used mine, but maybe some people can get set up on them to throw more hash onto the network.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 09, 2016, 06:32:46 PM
I'm hitting the network with 65MH so it is WAY bigger than 240MH. I have not hit a block in a few hours.

I think it's around 1 GH/s by now...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 06:32:56 PM
So... GPU miner. Spent the last few days figuring out how to make one, and finally got it working. It's a real hackjob. Here's basically what I did:
1. Figured out how to get PascalCoin to compile in the latest version of Berlin/RAD Studio
2. Attempted to modify it to add some type of RPC, encountered way too many issues primarily due to me not knowing the Pascal language
3. Settled on having the pascalcoin wallet write out mining data to a file that an external miner could read, find a solution, and write that solution in a new file
4. Wrote a SHA-256D CUDA miner from scratch to accomodate PascalCoin's larger-than-80-byte header

http://i.imgur.com/C9zzFjE.png

Not going to quote all of the previous posts since that'll be really confusing, but here's the main questions + other stuff I think people'll be interested in:

1. Is there a GPU miner?
Yes.

2. Is it optimized?

Not really. Took advantage of low-hanging fruit like midstates (so it only does 1/2 the work that a naive implementation would do), but no architecture-specific optimizations.

3. How fast is it?
I'm getting about 270 MH/s on an overclocked GTX 1080, about 190 MH/s on an overclocked GTX 1070, and about 105 MH/s on half of a Tesla K80.

4. How much mining power are you running with?
About 1 GH/s.

5. Would a well-built OpenCL miner on an AMD card be faster than the CUDA miner on a similarly-priced card?
Almost certainly, the performance can be compared with SHA-256D GPU miners for Bitcoin.

6. Will you release the GPU miner?
Yes. Having one person with 90+% of the hashrate is obviously not healthy for the network itself or for the value of the coin.

People are panicking so I'm making this post short, more info to come in a few minutes. :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 09, 2016, 06:36:11 PM
Vork, you should do like the claymore miner for ethereum. Take a small % every few hours for your 'fees' and go balls out.

On the other hand kudos to you for thinking of the other people on the network.
I was going to look into compiling an AMD based GPU miner, but am lazy to spend the resources working on it.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 09, 2016, 06:36:50 PM
Looking forward to more info Vork thanks for the reply. I have AMD cards and will be GPU mining as well once I can. I like that you are being fair and sharing your info and thanks for the hard work you did making a GPU miner.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: CryptoTrout on October 09, 2016, 06:48:10 PM
lol i guess i will just stop mining now


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 06:50:54 PM
So... GPU miner. Spent the last few days figuring out how to make one, and finally got it working. It's a real hackjob. Here's basically what I did:
1. Figured out how to get PascalCoin to compile in the latest version of Berlin/RAD Studio
2. Attempted to modify it to add some type of RPC, encountered way too many issues primarily due to me not knowing the Pascal language
3. Settled on having the pascalcoin wallet write out mining data to a file that an external miner could read, find a solution, and write that solution in a new file
4. Wrote a SHA-256D CUDA miner from scratch to accomodate PascalCoin's larger-than-80-byte header

http://i.imgur.com/C9zzFjE.png

Not going to quote all of the previous posts since that'll be really confusing, but here's the main questions + other stuff I think people'll be interested in:

1. Is there a GPU miner?
Yes.

2. Is it optimized?

Not really. Took advantage of low-hanging fruit like midstates (so it only does 1/2 the work that a naive implementation would do), but no architecture-specific optimizations.

3. How fast is it?
I'm getting about 270 MH/s on an overclocked GTX 1080, about 190 MH/s on an overclocked GTX 1070, and about 105 MH/s on half of a Tesla K80.

4. How much mining power are you running with?
About 1 GH/s.

5. Would a well-built OpenCL miner on an AMD card be faster than the CUDA miner on a similarly-priced card?
Almost certainly, the performance can be compared with SHA-256D GPU miners for Bitcoin.

6. Will you release the GPU miner?
Yes. Having one person with 90+% of the hashrate is obviously not healthy for the network itself or for the value of the coin.

People are panicking so I'm making this post short, more info to come in a few minutes. :)

Thanks for the info Vorsholk much appreciated.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 09, 2016, 06:56:36 PM
Does this open the door for pool mining or just GPU solo mining?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on October 09, 2016, 06:56:54 PM
....

Mad respect to be honest.
Being able to do such thing is really awesome.
I hope you have a well payed job and doing this now just for fun because you can.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 09, 2016, 06:58:39 PM
Dafuq? :o
Eagerly waiting to test on my 6GB 1060 WindForce.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 07:00:24 PM
Continued:

Want to chat in real-time? Head over to #pascalcoin on webchat.freenode.net!

The whole point of crypto is that it's decentralized and not under the control of one miner or party. That being said, there needs to be some sort of incentive for people to develop software for the community, etc. And putting up a donation address doesn't really work ;). It takes a lot of work/expertise to do this kind of thing.

7. Are you going to attack the network?
Absolutely not. There'd be no point.

8. What was the first GPU-mined block?
The first block I GPU-mined was 19751, about 3.5 hours ago.

9. Should I turn off my CPU miner?
Right now, mining is about 3x harder than it was before, since the difficulty is still adjusting to the GPU miner. Once it adjusts, it will be ~5x harder.

10. How do people normally get rewarded for making GPU/optimized mining software?
There's a few different ways:
  • Sell it in exclusivity to a large farm
  • Sell it to individual users
  • Make it closed-source but free to download, with a miner subsidy built in (mines for the developer for a percentage of the time)
  • Mine with it privately
  • Run the only pool compatible with the miner, and take a percentage cut of the pool's production
  • Release it for free/open source, and hope that someone donates to the donation address you post
  • Make a public bounty that, when reached, the GPU miner is open-sourced and freely released

11. What are the limitations of the existing miner?
It doesn't do any self-tuning, it requires a miner name of exactly 10 characters, the output is disgusting, it doesn't seem to produce full GPU utilization. It's not user-friendly, and the code's an absolute mess. It's a hackjob.

12. Does the miner work with the default PascalCoin wallet?
No, I had to modify the PascalCoin wallet to make external mining possible.

13. Does the miner work on AMD cards at all?
Nope.

Probably the most profitable way for me to have used the GPU miner would have been low-scale mining for a long period of time, which I obviously didn't do (what's the fun in that?).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 09, 2016, 07:05:58 PM
What language did you use to code the new miner?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 07:06:51 PM
What language did you use to code the new miner?

Some modifications to the wallet in Pascal, the miner itself is written in C++/CUDA. :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 07:10:46 PM
So, my goals are:
1. Make sure this GPU miner doesn't harm PascalCoin
2. Get a bit of profit from making this
3. After a while, have the GPU miner completely open-source

So I have two options which I think reasonably represent both of those goals:

1. Release a neutered version of the miner (~50% performance or something) closed-source and continue to mine with my faster version, and then release the full version completely open-sourced after a while (10 days?)

2. Continue to mine privately for another two days, and then release the full version completely open-sourced in about 48 hours.

Do these sound reasonable to people? Any preferences?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: doktor1897 on October 09, 2016, 07:11:42 PM
So... GPU miner. Spent the last few days figuring out how to make one, and finally got it working. It's a real hackjob. Here's basically what I did:
1. Figured out how to get PascalCoin to compile in the latest version of Berlin/RAD Studio
2. Attempted to modify it to add some type of RPC, encountered way too many issues primarily due to me not knowing the Pascal language
3. Settled on having the pascalcoin wallet write out mining data to a file that an external miner could read, find a solution, and write that solution in a new file
4. Wrote a SHA-256D CUDA miner from scratch to accomodate PascalCoin's larger-than-80-byte header

http://i.imgur.com/C9zzFjE.png

Not going to quote all of the previous posts since that'll be really confusing, but here's the main questions + other stuff I think people'll be interested in:

1. Is there a GPU miner?
Yes.

2. Is it optimized?

Not really. Took advantage of low-hanging fruit like midstates (so it only does 1/2 the work that a naive implementation would do), but no architecture-specific optimizations.

3. How fast is it?
I'm getting about 270 MH/s on an overclocked GTX 1080, about 190 MH/s on an overclocked GTX 1070, and about 105 MH/s on half of a Tesla K80.

4. How much mining power are you running with?
About 1 GH/s.

5. Would a well-built OpenCL miner on an AMD card be faster than the CUDA miner on a similarly-priced card?
Almost certainly, the performance can be compared with SHA-256D GPU miners for Bitcoin.

6. Will you release the GPU miner?
Yes. Having one person with 90+% of the hashrate is obviously not healthy for the network itself or for the value of the coin.

People are panicking so I'm making this post short, more info to come in a few minutes. :)
info that should be studied for use pascal! thank you Vorksholk


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 09, 2016, 07:14:21 PM
So, my goals are:
1. Make sure this GPU miner doesn't harm PascalCoin
2. Get a bit of profit from making this
3. After a while, have the GPU miner completely open-source

So I have two options which I think reasonably represent both of those goals:

1. Release a neutered version of the miner (~50% performance or something) closed-source and continue to mine with my faster version, and then release the full version completely open-sourced after a while (10 days?)

2. Continue to mine privately for another two days, and then release the full version completely open-sourced in about 48 hours.

Do these sound reasonable to people? Any preferences?

This depends how long option one would take to produce. If its another day we might as well just wait the two days IMHO.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 09, 2016, 07:15:00 PM
Just choose whatever you reason will keep 1). valid.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 07:16:04 PM
So, my goals are:
1. Make sure this GPU miner doesn't harm PascalCoin
2. Get a bit of profit from making this
3. After a while, have the GPU miner completely open-source

So I have two options which I think reasonably represent both of those goals:

1. Release a neutered version of the miner (~50% performance or something) closed-source and continue to mine with my faster version, and then release the full version completely open-sourced after a while (10 days?)

2. Continue to mine privately for another two days, and then release the full version completely open-sourced in about 48 hours.

Do these sound reasonable to people? Any preferences?

This depends how long option one would take to produce. If its another day we might as well just wait the two days IMHO.

I could probably release it within an hour.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 07:20:32 PM
So, my goals are:
1. Make sure this GPU miner doesn't harm PascalCoin
2. Get a bit of profit from making this
3. After a while, have the GPU miner completely open-source

So I have two options which I think reasonably represent both of those goals:

1. Release a neutered version of the miner (~50% performance or something) closed-source and continue to mine with my faster version, and then release the full version completely open-sourced after a while (10 days?)

2. Continue to mine privately for another two days, and then release the full version completely open-sourced in about 48 hours.

Do these sound reasonable to people? Any preferences?

This depends how long option one would take to produce. If its another day we might as well just wait the two days IMHO.

I could probably release it within an hour.

Is it possible to setup a community run pool using the miner? I think this will strengthen the network and be really beneficial to pascal development.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 09, 2016, 07:22:55 PM
One of my miners got lucky, Poseidon found a block.
Woop woop!  ;D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 09, 2016, 07:24:45 PM
Guesss it's time to find a new CPU mined coin now. Games done for at least a short while. :D


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: TTE on October 09, 2016, 07:25:48 PM
It's just a personal wish but it would be awesome if you could release the GPU miner with an nVidia AND AMD support.
nVidia only hurts many users ^^'

I only have an 7970, but it is still better then contributung nothing.
Because CPU mining is dead now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 07:31:08 PM
So, my goals are:
1. Make sure this GPU miner doesn't harm PascalCoin
2. Get a bit of profit from making this
3. After a while, have the GPU miner completely open-source

So I have two options which I think reasonably represent both of those goals:

1. Release a neutered version of the miner (~50% performance or something) closed-source and continue to mine with my faster version, and then release the full version completely open-sourced after a while (10 days?)

2. Continue to mine privately for another two days, and then release the full version completely open-sourced in about 48 hours.

Do these sound reasonable to people? Any preferences?

This depends how long option one would take to produce. If its another day we might as well just wait the two days IMHO.

I could probably release it within an hour.

Is it possible to setup a community run pool using the miner? I think this will strengthen the network and be really beneficial to pascal development.

It would probably require slightly more modifications to PascalCoin and a fair amount of work building a pool around the new 'protocol' used for mining here (swapping headers and nonces/timestamps through files, etc.) would be some work, but it's certainly possible!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 07:33:16 PM
It's just a personal wish but it would be awesome if you could release the GPU miner with an nVidia AND AMD support.
nVidia only hurts many users ^^'

I only have an 7970, but it is still better then contributung nothing.
Because CPU mining is dead now.

Unfortunately I don't have any modern AMD cards, and my OpenCL is incredibly rusty. However if someone in the community wants to make an OpenCL miner, I'd be happy to help them with any questions they have :)

Also once someone makes a functional OpenCL miner it's going to blow NVidia miners out of the water on this coin, so this gives NVidia people a chance to get some coins before OpenCL dominates!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 07:34:12 PM
So, my goals are:
1. Make sure this GPU miner doesn't harm PascalCoin
2. Get a bit of profit from making this
3. After a while, have the GPU miner completely open-source

So I have two options which I think reasonably represent both of those goals:

1. Release a neutered version of the miner (~50% performance or something) closed-source and continue to mine with my faster version, and then release the full version completely open-sourced after a while (10 days?)

2. Continue to mine privately for another two days, and then release the full version completely open-sourced in about 48 hours.

Do these sound reasonable to people? Any preferences?

This depends how long option one would take to produce. If its another day we might as well just wait the two days IMHO.

I could probably release it within an hour.

Is it possible to setup a community run pool using the miner? I think this will strengthen the network and be really beneficial to pascal development.

It would probably require slightly more modifications to PascalCoin and a fair amount of work building a pool around the new 'protocol' used for mining here (swapping headers and nonces/timestamps through files, etc.) would be some work, but it's certainly possible!

I would definately support this how long do you think it would take to do? I can also support the development.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 08:21:48 PM
Seems people are fine with the 50% neutered miner for a week, and then full open-source release of the miner, and that's my favorite option since people can start mining today, so that's what we're going to do!

NOTICE: Someone ran a VirusTotal scan which came up with some positive results. I'm trying to figure out why, but to be on the safe side, don't download this until I figure it out! :(

First thing's first, the download link: https://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav4 (https://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav4) EDIT: Update to v4, new PascalCoin wallet doesn't chew up CPU, GPU miner is now unneutered (2x performance from previous version), memory leak in GPU miner fixed!

Also, the miner is now open-source:
https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/blob/master/kernel.cu (https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/blob/master/kernel.cu)  :D

There are some incredibly important instructions though, since it's not obvious how to use, and there are a lot of caveats to the miner:
1. You must already have PascalCoin installed. If you don't have it, download it from sourceforge here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/). Once it is installed, run the PascalCoinWallet.exe provided in the download.
2. You must be using a 256-bit secp256k1 key. This is the default behavior of the PascalCoin wallet.
3. Your miner name must be exactly 10 characters long. The miner expects that the input is exactly 176 total bytes (which is achieved by using a secp256k1 key and a 10-character name)
4. You must have one (and only one) active mining thread in the PascalCoin wallet. This mining thread is constantly loading solutions from datain.txt and attempting to mine a block with them.
5. You must run the GPU miner from the same directory as PascalCoinWallet.exe. If you run PascalCoinWallet.exe from the extracted PascalCuda.zip file and the PascalCoinCUDA_smXX.exe miner from the same location, it will work.

You can mine with multiple GPUs, however it might take a bit of cleverness. The miner accepts a single argument, a number, which determines which device the miner mines on. However, mining with multiple GPUs to one instance of a PascalCoin wallet will create duplicate work. A future version of the miner could avoid this by allowing each miner to use a different miner name, or something. Work in progress. Probably the easiest way to mine with multiple GPUs is to run separate copies of the PascalCoin wallet under different Windows users (and have each with either a different miner name, or a different private key being used for mining), and use a different GPU for each one.

There are a lot of different versions of the miner, compiled for different compute architectures (3.0 through 6.1). To find out which one your NVidia card supports, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications)

You may find that a version with a lower compute version than your card's compute version performs better for whatever reason. The only restriction is that you can't run a version with a higher compute capability than your card supports.

You will see a folder called 'Benchmarks' with a bunch of .exe files in it. This contains a standard headerout.txt file that will never change (unless you change it) that you can run all of the different smXX versions against to find out which is the fastest on your system. The benchmarker doesn't do full mining, but the performance of the benchmarker should be the same as the regular program. The benchmarker basically uses 'low-difficulty' shares to get a more accurate picture of hashrate. The benchmarker and standard miner are both neutered in the exact same fashion, so the benchmarkers should be accurate indicators of actual mining performance.

You will see that the benchmarker (and occasionally regular miner) will report the same nonce twice or more. This means there is duplicate work, an issue I'm still tracking down in my code.

Each time the actual miner (not the benchmarker) prints out a hash and a "Found nonce: ..." line, it found a solution that would work for a difficulty-20 block (AKA target = 20000000). On average, it would take 2 of these 'shares' to crack a block at a target of 21000000, 16 of these 'shares' to crack a block at a target of 25000000, etc.

Current forum time is October 09, 2016 8-ish PM. I will release the unneutered version and complete source-code sometime before October 16, 2016 8-ish PM.
Released unneutered version about 6 days early.

Also since some people are complaining about this reducing the value of the coin: GPU miners are a natural progression of virtually every PoW cryptocurrency. By not making one, we're leaving the coin completely vulnerable to someone who does (and who could then freeze the network, strand it on a crazy difficulty, constantly fork it, etc.) By having someone like me make a GPU miner and releasing a 50% speed miner within about 5 hours of initial GPU mining and a full-speed miner a week later Edit: a day-ish later, the network is protected against a bad actor making a private GPU miner and harming the network. If anything, having a GPU miner should increase the value of the coin since it will soon be ~20x more secure (the GPU miner is roughly 20x more cost effective than equivalent CPUs). Also, this opens up the potential for a pool to be developed, and for an even faster OpenCL version to be created.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 08:27:21 PM
Seems people are fine with the 50% neutered miner for a week, and then full open-source release of the miner, and that's my favorite option since people can start mining today, so that's what we're going to do!

First thing's first, the download link: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda (http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda)

There are some incredibly important instructions though, since it's not obvious how to use, and there are a lot of caveats to the miner:
1. You must already have PascalCoin installed. If you don't have it, download it from sourceforge here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/). Once it is installed, run the PascalCoinWallet.exe provided in the download.
2. You must be using a 256-bit secp256k1 key. This is the default behavior of the PascalCoin wallet.
3. Your miner name must be exactly 10 characters long. The miner expects that the input is exactly 176 total bytes (which is achieved by using a secp256k1 key and a 10-character name)
4. You must have one (and only one) active mining thread in the PascalCoin wallet. This mining thread is constantly loading solutions from datain.txt and attempting to mine a block with them.
5. You must run the GPU miner from the same directory as PascalCoinWallet.exe. If you run PascalCoinWallet.exe from the extracted PascalCuda.zip file and the PascalCoinCUDA_smXX.exe miner from the same location, it will work.

You can mine with multiple GPUs, however it might take a bit of cleverness. The miner accepts a single argument, a number, which determines which device the miner mines on. However, mining with multiple GPUs to one instance of a PascalCoin wallet will create duplicate work. A future version of the miner could avoid this by allowing each miner to use a different miner name, or something. Work in progress. Probably the easiest way to mine with multiple GPUs is to run separate copies of the PascalCoin wallet under different Windows users (and have each with either a different miner name, or a different private key being used for mining), and use a different GPU for each one.

There are a lot of different versions of the miner, compiled for different compute architectures (3.0 through 6.1). To find out which one your NVidia card supports, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications)

You may find that a version with a lower compute version than your card's compute version performs better for whatever reason. The only restriction is that you can't run a version with a higher compute capability than your card supports.

You will see a folder called 'Benchmarks' with a bunch of .exe files in it. This contains a standard headerout.txt file that will never change (unless you change it) that you can run all of the different smXX versions against to find out which is the fastest on your system. The benchmarker doesn't do full mining, but the performance of the benchmarker should be the same as the regular program. The benchmarker basically uses 'low-difficulty' shares to get a more accurate picture of hashrate. The benchmarker and standard miner are both neutered in the exact same fashion, so the benchmarkers should be accurate indicators of actual mining performance.

You will see that the benchmarker (and occasionally regular miner) will report the same nonce twice or more. This means there is duplicate work, an issue I'm still tracking down in my code.

Each time the actual miner (not the benchmarker) prints out a hash and a "Found nonce: ..." line, it found a solution that would work for a difficulty-20 block (AKA target = 20000000). On average, it would take 16 of these 'shares' to crack a block at a target of 25000000, or slightly less than 32 of these 'shares' to crack a block at the current target (256E5937).

If you find a way to compromise the neutering of the miner and make it run at full speed, congrats! It's probably not too difficult, and you're more than free to try.

Current forum time is October 09, 2016 8-ish PM. I will release the unneutered version and complete source-code sometime before October 16, 2016 8-ish PM.

Also since some people are complaining about this reducing the value of the coin: GPU miners are a natural progression of virtually every PoW cryptocurrency. By not making one, we're leaving the coin completely vulnerable to someone who does (and who could then freeze the network, strand it on a crazy difficulty, constantly fork it, etc.) By having someone like me make a GPU miner and releasing a 50% speed miner within about 5 hours of initial GPU mining and a full-speed miner a week later, the network is protected against a bad actor making a private GPU miner and harming the network. If anything, having a GPU miner should increase the value of the coin since it will soon be ~20x more secure (the GPU miner is roughly 20x more cost effective than equivalent CPUs). Also, this opens up the potential for a pool to be developed, and for an even faster OpenCL version to be created.

Thanks so much Vorksholk, I would really like to support a pool creation and we can develop other services for pascal from there.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 09, 2016, 08:30:26 PM
ok stupid me didnt read abt arguments . i tried to issue a /? but no result sooooooooooooooooooooo need to read better stupid idiot... anyway great job first block found !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 08:37:36 PM
Seems people are fine with the 50% neutered miner for a week, and then full open-source release of the miner, and that's my favorite option since people can start mining today, so that's what we're going to do!

First thing's first, the download link: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda (http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda)

There are some incredibly important instructions though, since it's not obvious how to use, and there are a lot of caveats to the miner:
1. You must already have PascalCoin installed. If you don't have it, download it from sourceforge here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/). Once it is installed, run the PascalCoinWallet.exe provided in the download.
2. You must be using a 256-bit secp256k1 key. This is the default behavior of the PascalCoin wallet.
3. Your miner name must be exactly 10 characters long. The miner expects that the input is exactly 176 total bytes (which is achieved by using a secp256k1 key and a 10-character name)
4. You must have one (and only one) active mining thread in the PascalCoin wallet. This mining thread is constantly loading solutions from datain.txt and attempting to mine a block with them.
5. You must run the GPU miner from the same directory as PascalCoinWallet.exe. If you run PascalCoinWallet.exe from the extracted PascalCuda.zip file and the PascalCoinCUDA_smXX.exe miner from the same location, it will work.

You can mine with multiple GPUs, however it might take a bit of cleverness. The miner accepts a single argument, a number, which determines which device the miner mines on. However, mining with multiple GPUs to one instance of a PascalCoin wallet will create duplicate work. A future version of the miner could avoid this by allowing each miner to use a different miner name, or something. Work in progress. Probably the easiest way to mine with multiple GPUs is to run separate copies of the PascalCoin wallet under different Windows users (and have each with either a different miner name, or a different private key being used for mining), and use a different GPU for each one.

There are a lot of different versions of the miner, compiled for different compute architectures (3.0 through 6.1). To find out which one your NVidia card supports, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications)

You may find that a version with a lower compute version than your card's compute version performs better for whatever reason. The only restriction is that you can't run a version with a higher compute capability than your card supports.

You will see a folder called 'Benchmarks' with a bunch of .exe files in it. This contains a standard headerout.txt file that will never change (unless you change it) that you can run all of the different smXX versions against to find out which is the fastest on your system. The benchmarker doesn't do full mining, but the performance of the benchmarker should be the same as the regular program. The benchmarker basically uses 'low-difficulty' shares to get a more accurate picture of hashrate. The benchmarker and standard miner are both neutered in the exact same fashion, so the benchmarkers should be accurate indicators of actual mining performance.

You will see that the benchmarker (and occasionally regular miner) will report the same nonce twice or more. This means there is duplicate work, an issue I'm still tracking down in my code.

Each time the actual miner (not the benchmarker) prints out a hash and a "Found nonce: ..." line, it found a solution that would work for a difficulty-20 block (AKA target = 20000000). On average, it would take 16 of these 'shares' to crack a block at a target of 25000000, or slightly less than 32 of these 'shares' to crack a block at the current target (256E5937).

If you find a way to compromise the neutering of the miner and make it run at full speed, congrats! It's probably not too difficult, and you're more than free to try.

Current forum time is October 09, 2016 8-ish PM. I will release the unneutered version and complete source-code sometime before October 16, 2016 8-ish PM.

Also since some people are complaining about this reducing the value of the coin: GPU miners are a natural progression of virtually every PoW cryptocurrency. By not making one, we're leaving the coin completely vulnerable to someone who does (and who could then freeze the network, strand it on a crazy difficulty, constantly fork it, etc.) By having someone like me make a GPU miner and releasing a 50% speed miner within about 5 hours of initial GPU mining and a full-speed miner a week later, the network is protected against a bad actor making a private GPU miner and harming the network. If anything, having a GPU miner should increase the value of the coin since it will soon be ~20x more secure (the GPU miner is roughly 20x more cost effective than equivalent CPUs). Also, this opens up the potential for a pool to be developed, and for an even faster OpenCL version to be created.

Thanks so much Vorksholk, I would really like to support a pool creation and we can develop other services for pascal from there.

A pool would be awesome! I unfortunately don't have the time to develop a pool myself (at least not for a while, got a bunch of other stuff to work on), but if anyone is interested in developing a pool I'd be more than happy to provide some tips. It basically boils down to this: the current modified PascalCoin wallet shoves out a 176-byte-long chunk of mining data, which is exactly what is hashed to solve a block. The last 4 bytes are the nonce, and the 2nd-to-last-4 bytes are the timestamp (unix epoch). Additionally, somewhere in that jumble is the miner name. Since the nonce is a 4-byte field, it only has 2^32 possible values, which could be exhausted in a few seconds by a fast GPU miner. Updating the timestamp is one way to get around this, but this would still mean you could only mine at about 4.294 GH/s. However, changing the miner name gives you another 10 bytes to fiddle with (2^80), which could be easily expanded to 14 bytes. Going to 18 bytes would require the calculation of an additional SHA256 expansion/compression round for the midstate, but that's no big deal with a miner build to take advantage of midstates anyhow. So a pool would probably have each worker use a different miner name. Your pool would grab the 176 bytes of data from the file, and serve it out to anyone with a miner connected to your pool. The mining software itself would alter the timestamp, nonce, and worker name, but they'd still be mining with the pool's public key. Shares work just like before, except server-side you have to build the block header using the worker name to validate their nonce/timestamp combo. Should be smooth sailing from there.

So it boils down to:
-->Mining software needs to be altered to support changing the miner name and potentially be more flexible with the midstate (and also needs to be networked instead of reading data from a file)
-->PascalCoin wallet needs an additional modification to allow the mining thread to also change the miner name

And then all of the bookkeeping/backend that's standard for a pool. :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 08:38:08 PM
ok stupid me didnt read abt arguments . i tried to issue a /? but no result sooooooooooooooooooooo need to read better stupid idiot... anyway great job first block found !

Congrats! I don't have much more time to work on this in the coming week, but I'll try to make it a bit more user friendly for the full launch! :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 09, 2016, 08:39:30 PM
have some wallet for donation ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 08:40:05 PM
I also haven't tested it, but I believe a shorter miner name would work if you just pad it with whitespace (so if you want your name to be 'Pascal' you could probably enter 'Pascal    ' (note the 4 spaces) into the miner name field, assuming that the wallet doesn't do any kind of trimming).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 08:44:37 PM
have some wallet for donation ?

I might stick a donation address in the final miner, but for now I'm getting my benefit from having the faster miner instead :) Thanks though!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: theo1996 on October 09, 2016, 08:45:44 PM
Seems people are fine with the 50% neutered miner for a week, and then full open-source release of the miner, and that's my favorite option since people can start mining today, so that's what we're going to do!

First thing's first, the download link: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda (http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda)

There are some incredibly important instructions though, since it's not obvious how to use, and there are a lot of caveats to the miner:
1. You must already have PascalCoin installed. If you don't have it, download it from sourceforge here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/). Once it is installed, run the PascalCoinWallet.exe provided in the download.
2. You must be using a 256-bit secp256k1 key. This is the default behavior of the PascalCoin wallet.
3. Your miner name must be exactly 10 characters long. The miner expects that the input is exactly 176 total bytes (which is achieved by using a secp256k1 key and a 10-character name)
4. You must have one (and only one) active mining thread in the PascalCoin wallet. This mining thread is constantly loading solutions from datain.txt and attempting to mine a block with them.
5. You must run the GPU miner from the same directory as PascalCoinWallet.exe. If you run PascalCoinWallet.exe from the extracted PascalCuda.zip file and the PascalCoinCUDA_smXX.exe miner from the same location, it will work.

You can mine with multiple GPUs, however it might take a bit of cleverness. The miner accepts a single argument, a number, which determines which device the miner mines on. However, mining with multiple GPUs to one instance of a PascalCoin wallet will create duplicate work. A future version of the miner could avoid this by allowing each miner to use a different miner name, or something. Work in progress. Probably the easiest way to mine with multiple GPUs is to run separate copies of the PascalCoin wallet under different Windows users (and have each with either a different miner name, or a different private key being used for mining), and use a different GPU for each one.

There are a lot of different versions of the miner, compiled for different compute architectures (3.0 through 6.1). To find out which one your NVidia card supports, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications)

You may find that a version with a lower compute version than your card's compute version performs better for whatever reason. The only restriction is that you can't run a version with a higher compute capability than your card supports.

You will see a folder called 'Benchmarks' with a bunch of .exe files in it. This contains a standard headerout.txt file that will never change (unless you change it) that you can run all of the different smXX versions against to find out which is the fastest on your system. The benchmarker doesn't do full mining, but the performance of the benchmarker should be the same as the regular program. The benchmarker basically uses 'low-difficulty' shares to get a more accurate picture of hashrate. The benchmarker and standard miner are both neutered in the exact same fashion, so the benchmarkers should be accurate indicators of actual mining performance.

You will see that the benchmarker (and occasionally regular miner) will report the same nonce twice or more. This means there is duplicate work, an issue I'm still tracking down in my code.

Each time the actual miner (not the benchmarker) prints out a hash and a "Found nonce: ..." line, it found a solution that would work for a difficulty-20 block (AKA target = 20000000). On average, it would take 16 of these 'shares' to crack a block at a target of 25000000, or slightly less than 32 of these 'shares' to crack a block at the current target (256E5937).

If you find a way to compromise the neutering of the miner and make it run at full speed, congrats! It's probably not too difficult, and you're more than free to try.

Current forum time is October 09, 2016 8-ish PM. I will release the unneutered version and complete source-code sometime before October 16, 2016 8-ish PM.

Also since some people are complaining about this reducing the value of the coin: GPU miners are a natural progression of virtually every PoW cryptocurrency. By not making one, we're leaving the coin completely vulnerable to someone who does (and who could then freeze the network, strand it on a crazy difficulty, constantly fork it, etc.) By having someone like me make a GPU miner and releasing a 50% speed miner within about 5 hours of initial GPU mining and a full-speed miner a week later, the network is protected against a bad actor making a private GPU miner and harming the network. If anything, having a GPU miner should increase the value of the coin since it will soon be ~20x more secure (the GPU miner is roughly 20x more cost effective than equivalent CPUs). Also, this opens up the potential for a pool to be developed, and for an even faster OpenCL version to be created.

CAn you please release a version for gtx 460 cuda 2.1 version.It says cuda driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version.CUDA version 7.1


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: szachta on October 09, 2016, 08:53:50 PM
When it will be in enxchange.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 08:55:26 PM
Seems people are fine with the 50% neutered miner for a week, and then full open-source release of the miner, and that's my favorite option since people can start mining today, so that's what we're going to do!

First thing's first, the download link: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda (http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcuda)

There are some incredibly important instructions though, since it's not obvious how to use, and there are a lot of caveats to the miner:
1. You must already have PascalCoin installed. If you don't have it, download it from sourceforge here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/ (https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/). Once it is installed, run the PascalCoinWallet.exe provided in the download.
2. You must be using a 256-bit secp256k1 key. This is the default behavior of the PascalCoin wallet.
3. Your miner name must be exactly 10 characters long. The miner expects that the input is exactly 176 total bytes (which is achieved by using a secp256k1 key and a 10-character name)
4. You must have one (and only one) active mining thread in the PascalCoin wallet. This mining thread is constantly loading solutions from datain.txt and attempting to mine a block with them.
5. You must run the GPU miner from the same directory as PascalCoinWallet.exe. If you run PascalCoinWallet.exe from the extracted PascalCuda.zip file and the PascalCoinCUDA_smXX.exe miner from the same location, it will work.

You can mine with multiple GPUs, however it might take a bit of cleverness. The miner accepts a single argument, a number, which determines which device the miner mines on. However, mining with multiple GPUs to one instance of a PascalCoin wallet will create duplicate work. A future version of the miner could avoid this by allowing each miner to use a different miner name, or something. Work in progress. Probably the easiest way to mine with multiple GPUs is to run separate copies of the PascalCoin wallet under different Windows users (and have each with either a different miner name, or a different private key being used for mining), and use a different GPU for each one.

There are a lot of different versions of the miner, compiled for different compute architectures (3.0 through 6.1). To find out which one your NVidia card supports, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#Version_features_and_specifications)

You may find that a version with a lower compute version than your card's compute version performs better for whatever reason. The only restriction is that you can't run a version with a higher compute capability than your card supports.

You will see a folder called 'Benchmarks' with a bunch of .exe files in it. This contains a standard headerout.txt file that will never change (unless you change it) that you can run all of the different smXX versions against to find out which is the fastest on your system. The benchmarker doesn't do full mining, but the performance of the benchmarker should be the same as the regular program. The benchmarker basically uses 'low-difficulty' shares to get a more accurate picture of hashrate. The benchmarker and standard miner are both neutered in the exact same fashion, so the benchmarkers should be accurate indicators of actual mining performance.

You will see that the benchmarker (and occasionally regular miner) will report the same nonce twice or more. This means there is duplicate work, an issue I'm still tracking down in my code.

Each time the actual miner (not the benchmarker) prints out a hash and a "Found nonce: ..." line, it found a solution that would work for a difficulty-20 block (AKA target = 20000000). On average, it would take 16 of these 'shares' to crack a block at a target of 25000000, or slightly less than 32 of these 'shares' to crack a block at the current target (256E5937).

If you find a way to compromise the neutering of the miner and make it run at full speed, congrats! It's probably not too difficult, and you're more than free to try.

Current forum time is October 09, 2016 8-ish PM. I will release the unneutered version and complete source-code sometime before October 16, 2016 8-ish PM.

Also since some people are complaining about this reducing the value of the coin: GPU miners are a natural progression of virtually every PoW cryptocurrency. By not making one, we're leaving the coin completely vulnerable to someone who does (and who could then freeze the network, strand it on a crazy difficulty, constantly fork it, etc.) By having someone like me make a GPU miner and releasing a 50% speed miner within about 5 hours of initial GPU mining and a full-speed miner a week later, the network is protected against a bad actor making a private GPU miner and harming the network. If anything, having a GPU miner should increase the value of the coin since it will soon be ~20x more secure (the GPU miner is roughly 20x more cost effective than equivalent CPUs). Also, this opens up the potential for a pool to be developed, and for an even faster OpenCL version to be created.

CAn you please release a version for gtx 460 cuda 2.1 version.It says cuda driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version.CUDA version 7.1

Here's a new zip file with a sm20 version too: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav2
But it might not work for your card, since you only have CUDA 7.1 installed, and I don't have older versions of CUDA installed to build on. :(


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 09:00:36 PM
have some wallet for donation ?

I might stick a donation address in the final miner, but for now I'm getting my benefit from having the faster miner instead :) Thanks though!

If Vorksholk doesn't want some donations make sure you donate directly to the Pascal developer to stimulate his development.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 09:02:07 PM
have some wallet for donation ?

I might stick a donation address in the final miner, but for now I'm getting my benefit from having the faster miner instead :) Thanks though!

If Vorksholk doesn't want some donations make sure you donate directly to the Pascal developer to stimulate his development.

Yup, good idea!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 09:04:00 PM
have some wallet for donation ?

I might stick a donation address in the final miner, but for now I'm getting my benefit from having the faster miner instead :) Thanks though!

If Vorksholk doesn't want some donations make sure you donate directly to the Pascal developer to stimulate his development.

Yup, good idea!

Thanks for your developments Vorksholk, I think a friendly GPU miner is the next step and hopefully we can create some more services around the coin as development proceeds.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on October 09, 2016, 09:10:14 PM
sooo when sha asics can mine too


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 09, 2016, 09:14:51 PM
vorksholk you think this coin can mine also with compute capability 1.3 ? (have some testla card s1070 laying around) more over i see HUGE cpu usage ... should i disable mining in the pascal coin wallet and use only cuda exe ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 09, 2016, 09:17:08 PM
Hi everybody!!!

PascalCoin is on fire! Thanks Vorksholk to contribute with your GPU development!

Remember that dev also accepts donations at: 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk

This altcoin has no ICO, no IPO, no PREMINE, only hard work! And a ton of hours!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 09, 2016, 09:30:09 PM
vorksholk you think this coin can mine also with compute capability 1.3 ? (have some testla card s1070 laying around) more over i see HUGE cpu usage ... should i disable mining in the pascal coin wallet and use only cuda exe ?


These cards are being sold super cheap right now on Ebay, and it looks like there are a lot of them around.  Another user here in a thread I just posted on the cards said they were essentially worthless for mining except to play with, but I'm a bit of an optimist.  Maybe also while the coin is still young they would be ok.  What are your experience with them?  I have the new thread maybe you could chime in there. 



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 09:32:35 PM
sooo when sha asics can mine too

More than likely a new ASIC would have to be developed (due to differences in the way PascalCoin is mined, despite being SHA-256), although I can't speak for certain.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 09:33:39 PM
vorksholk you think this coin can mine also with compute capability 1.3 ? (have some testla card s1070 laying around) more over i see HUGE cpu usage ... should i disable mining in the pascal coin wallet and use only cuda exe ?

My code isn't compatible with cc1.3 unfortunately, sorry!

The CPU usage should only be, at most, one core pegged. Make sure you have one (and exactly one) mining thread in the PascalCoin wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 09, 2016, 09:38:46 PM
sooo when sha asics can mine too

More than likely a new ASIC would have to be developed (due to differences in the way PascalCoin is mined, despite being SHA-256), although I can't speak for certain.


Maybe just a new chip developed to fit into a standard ASIC like an Antminer model, or, maybe a patch into a raspberry pi.
It's amazing how much technical knowledge there is in electronics today.  Someone in that community may love the project.  Someone might try the electropoint board.  I don't know enough to get serious about this side and don't have time to give to it for the learning curve. 


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 09:42:03 PM
vorksholk you think this coin can mine also with compute capability 1.3 ? (have some testla card s1070 laying around) more over i see HUGE cpu usage ... should i disable mining in the pascal coin wallet and use only cuda exe ?


These cards are being sold super cheap right now on Ebay, and it looks like there are a lot of them around.  Another user here in a thread I just posted on the cards said they were essentially worthless for mining except to play with, but I'm a bit of an optimist.  Maybe also while the coin is still young they would be ok.  What are your experience with them?  I have the new thread maybe you could chime in there. 



As far as I'm aware, recent CUDA dev tools don't even support computing for things <compute 2.0.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 09, 2016, 09:46:42 PM
i use only 1 miner thread but running three istances of pascal coin (1 for each card) and cpu usage is big...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 09:48:49 PM
i use only 1 miner thread but running three istances of pascal coin (1 for each card) and cpu usage is big...

Ahh, I'll see what I can do :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 09, 2016, 09:53:52 PM
i use only 1 miner thread but running three istances of pascal coin (1 for each card) and cpu usage is big...

Ahh, I'll see what I can do :)
Made a build of the PascalWallet that uses 0% CPU while running for a GPU miner, testing it to make sure it can still mine a block, and then I'll publish it!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 09, 2016, 10:20:24 PM
mhh very strange block 19890 found by one of my miner but wallet says i have not the private keys ???


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 09, 2016, 11:13:57 PM
Found a block with a 1070 I threw at this.

Hashrate around 120MH


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 11:16:24 PM
The hashrate is going to go through the roof after this GPU miner release.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: arielbit on October 09, 2016, 11:18:52 PM
awwww...how about my AMD's?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 09, 2016, 11:28:21 PM
The hashrate is going to go through the roof after this GPU miner release.

Yeah. I think net will be around 20x from yesterday within a few days. When and miner is out double or quadruple that.
I'll be watching from the sidelines if its profitable enough with any 10xx Nvidia GPUs even.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on October 09, 2016, 11:40:00 PM
I'm mining again for fun!  8) Hashing with about 50MH/s with my GTX 750 Ti.

Thanks Vorksholk, great work.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kohonez on October 09, 2016, 11:46:12 PM
maybe ocminer could set up a pool with custom required rpc commands


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: MysterE on October 09, 2016, 11:51:27 PM

Which wallet should be used with the GPU miner?

I've loaded up both, the one that comes with the miner
is version 1.0 and shows a hashrate of 0 using one cpu
core. The version 1.06 shows a hashrate for 1 core. The
GPU miner reports 'found nonce' using either wallet.



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: methylminer on October 09, 2016, 11:54:53 PM
Use the one that came with the miner


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: ICOcountdown.com on October 09, 2016, 11:58:48 PM
Everyone retweet this:

https://twitter.com/ICOcountdown/status/785266984070025216

Lets secure this network.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 10, 2016, 12:01:42 AM
Everyone retweet this:

https://twitter.com/ICOcountdown/status/785266984070025216

Lets secure this network.

Done.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 10, 2016, 12:05:41 AM

Which wallet should be used with the GPU miner?

I've loaded up both, the one that comes with the miner
is version 1.0 and shows a hashrate of 0 using one cpu
core. The version 1.06 shows a hashrate for 1 core. The
GPU miner reports 'found nonce' using either wallet.



Gotta use the one that shows 1.0.0.0 (that comes in the pascalcuda zip file). The hashrate of 0 is because the CPU miner isn't doing any actual mining, just ferrying data back and forth to let the GPU miner do its work :) The GPU miner 'found nonce' isn't necessarily a block solution, it's a nonce which would be a valid solution at a difficulty target of 20000000 (basically the resultant hash starts with 32 zeroes, since 20 in hex is 32 in decimal), so it gives you some ability to see hashrate/"progress." With the current target of 265xxxxx, about one in 80-ish of those 'found nonce' will actually be a block :).  You can think of the 'found nonce' sort of like shares pool mining, except you only get paid when you get a high-enough difficulty share.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 10, 2016, 12:08:10 AM
Still not enough hashing power on the network, I'm gonna release the unneutered miner sometime in the next few hours.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 10, 2016, 12:26:49 AM
Some people mentioned high CPU usage in the wallet (which was basically busywaiting on GPU results), so here's a new version that doesn't chew up CPU: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav3 (http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav3)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: oslak on October 10, 2016, 12:46:56 AM
Waiting for OPENCL. No more Cuda card here.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 01:43:01 AM
Hi,

I'm getting this error "missing MSVCR120.dll", when trying to run gpu miner.

Windows 10 x64 build. Repair, uninstall, reinstalled  Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable (x64) and restarted my PC - but still getting the same error.

help, please...

[edit] managed to solve, must also install x86.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jonesskill on October 10, 2016, 01:54:43 AM
Hello,

I download the cudaminer, and started the PascalCoinCUDA_sm61.exe

I dont need to make a .bat file do assing my wallet? I see that on pascalcoinwallet shows that im mining at 0,4Kh/s, but i don't see my sharerate, earning, nothing related to usual mining


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Vorksholk on October 10, 2016, 02:24:10 AM
Hi,

I'm getting this error "missing MSVCR120.dll", when trying to run gpu miner.

Windows 10 x64 build. Repair, uninstall, reinstalled  Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable (x64) and restarted my PC - but still getting the same error.

help, please...

Try installing the 32-bit redistributable :)

Hello,

I download the cudaminer, and started the PascalCoinCUDA_sm61.exe

I dont need to make a .bat file do assing my wallet? I see that on pascalcoinwallet shows that im mining at 0,4Kh/s, but i don't see my sharerate, earning, nothing related to usual mining


Nope, don't need a .bat file. You can benchmark your card's performance using the binaries in the benchmark folder, but when you run the regular miner you have to wait a while to see any kind of result (sort of like a share).


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Lafu on October 10, 2016, 02:38:42 AM
So i think cpu is dead on this coin!?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Bybox on October 10, 2016, 02:58:17 AM
Hi,

I'm getting this error "missing MSVCR120.dll", when trying to run gpu miner.

Windows 10 x64 build. Repair, uninstall, reinstalled  Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable (x64) and restarted my PC - but still getting the same error.

help, please...

Try installing the 32-bit redistributable :)

Hello,

I download the cudaminer, and started the PascalCoinCUDA_sm61.exe

I dont need to make a .bat file do assing my wallet? I see that on pascalcoinwallet shows that im mining at 0,4Kh/s, but i don't see my sharerate, earning, nothing related to usual mining


Nope, don't need a .bat file. You can benchmark your card's performance using the binaries in the benchmark folder, but when you run the regular miner you have to wait a while to see any kind of result (sort of like a share).
Need help i got this error PascalCoinCuba has stopped working GTX960 Here


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jonesskill on October 10, 2016, 03:12:11 AM
145Mh/s is good?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 10, 2016, 03:15:24 AM
145Mh/s is good?

Yea pretty good.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 03:19:51 AM

What cards are you guys using?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: paramind22 on October 10, 2016, 03:27:21 AM
So i think cpu is dead on this coin!?

Good question.  I thought there was something odd in the thread earlier about the algorithm not favoring lower hash rates in the discovery of blocks, that somehow it was capable of choosing either low or high with somewhat equal frequency, but that doesn't sound possible.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 03:29:19 AM
What are the innovations of this criptocurrency?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: jonesskill on October 10, 2016, 03:39:54 AM
A single GTX 1080 here, but im already mining 4 hours, dont get any coin... i think i miss some configuration?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 04:01:42 AM
^^

Miner status showing as "0.1 Kh/s" in my wallet.

While cmd window shows "Found nonce... T: ... Hashrate: 102 MH/S  Total:17

I'm mining on GTX 1070, but not sure if I'm mining correctly.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kellendil on October 10, 2016, 04:12:09 AM
i dont get any coins with the gpu miner and i have over 60 shares...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: bitcoinuserz on October 10, 2016, 04:13:58 AM
No offence but doing calculation for coin supply after 56 years is um... yeah... lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: go6ooo1212 on October 10, 2016, 04:28:43 AM
Is there any pool yet , or it only could be solo mining here ?
EDIT: Is there a slack channel available...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Aetsen on October 10, 2016, 04:35:58 AM
Your name in the wallet needs to be 10 characters long for mining to work right. Go to Project. Then options. Then miner name. The name must be 10 characters exactly to work with the GPU miner right now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 04:52:21 AM
Your name in the wallet needs to be 10 characters long for mining to work right. Go to Project. Then options. Then miner name. The name must be 10 characters exactly to work with the GPU miner right now.

yes i did change miner name to 10 characters long n set miner to use only 1 cpu core in pascal wallet. GPU miner says it is using gpu#0 to mine. I guess it will take a while to find a block.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 05:00:06 AM
managed to find 1 block after almost 1 hour mining. im using gtx 1070, hashrate around 110-120 mh/s.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: go6ooo1212 on October 10, 2016, 05:06:34 AM
Does it able to mine with more than one GPU


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 05:09:05 AM
Does it able to mine with more than one GPU

There is, but I haven't figured out yet.
see post by Vorksholk


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 10, 2016, 05:40:45 AM
Its written in the miner that my 3 gpu are being used ? NORMAL ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Jayjay04 on October 10, 2016, 05:51:28 AM
So this new gpu miner has to be integrated into the wallet... mining doesnt seem right on my side either


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: xdrzrex on October 10, 2016, 06:05:23 AM
I am surprised with this new project using GPU and Pascal, never saw that combination in any coin before.
Thanks for a great addition to crypto world !


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: go6ooo1212 on October 10, 2016, 06:55:44 AM
How long it should take finding a block with 6*1080s


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on October 10, 2016, 06:57:23 AM
Getting ~90 MH/s with my GTX 750 Ti now.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 10, 2016, 07:08:50 AM
you can BUY/SELL Pascal coins at this trading thread, not much for sale

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: xhomerx10 on October 10, 2016, 07:11:25 AM
I noticed the version of Pascalcoin included with the GPU hack (subroutine?) is the initial release 1.0.0 but the latest release from dev is 1.0.6.  Is this going to be problematic?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 07:22:20 AM
you can BUY/SELL Pascal coins at this trading thread, not much for sale

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0

What exchanges accept that criptocurrency?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 07:34:19 AM
How long it should take finding a block with 6*1080s
how u managed to use 6?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: go6ooo1212 on October 10, 2016, 07:38:17 AM
How long it should take finding a block with 6*1080s
how u managed to use 6?

Pretty easy actually. Vorksholk wrote a guide how, but I'm not really sure about the other steps of it...
Almost 2 hours and no - block , so I'm sure that everithing is OK ...
You should write a command line for every single card , example:
miner<space><card_number>


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 07:43:08 AM
it is also about luck and not only about hashrate... hashrate not so big at the moment for gpus ... thank good opencl miner still far to be released else our nvidia would be pretty useless with this algo ! ... ... all night long mining i found  14 blocks so far. 3 x 1070 hashrate ranging from 42 @ each card up to 180 @  each card. Power limit to 50 % no overclock . 278 watts from the wall. 35 % fan speed. cool and quiet.

Even at 100% power anyway the cards are hashing at very same speed.

usinv miner v1

dunno whay but with miner v3 i did not feel like all was ok !

After i switched back to v1 started to find blocks again.  But i think it was just a mere coincidence


Anyway i feel like i should give suggestions :

DONT BLEED OUT THIS COIN by dumping it !  it has very much potential and selling it for few thousands satoshis is an outter bullshit .... i set my tp to 50000 satothis for each coin given the high difficulty it will have soon , the LONG block time , and the low reward. 0.05 btc / block seems fair to me.


and this was just to open the market.
i think we can arrive even to 100000 or even 150000 as soon as it hits the markets !



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 10, 2016, 08:00:49 AM
you can BUY/SELL Pascal coins at this trading thread, not much for sale

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0

What exchanges accept that criptocurrency?

no exchanges yet you can trade it OTC before it hits a exchange


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 10, 2016, 08:03:35 AM
it is also about luck and not only about hashrate... hashrate not so big at the moment for gpus ... thank good opencl miner still far to be released else our nvidia would be pretty useless with this algo ! ... ... all night long mining i found  14 blocks so far. 3 x 1070 hashrate ranging from 42 @ each card up to 180 @  each card. Power limit to 50 % no overclock . 278 watts from the wall. 35 % fan speed. cool and quiet.

Even at 100% power anyway the cards are hashing at very same speed.

usinv miner v1

dunno whay but with miner v3 i did not feel like all was ok !

After i switched back to v1 started to find blocks again.  But i think it was just a mere coincidence


Anyway i feel like i should give suggestions :

DONT BLEED OUT THIS COIN by dumping it !  it has very much potential and selling it for few thousands satoshis is an outter bullshit .... i set my tp to 50000 satothis for each coin given the high difficulty it will have soon , the LONG block time , and the low reward. 0.05 btc / block seems fair to me.


and this was just to open the market.
i think we can arrive even to 100000 or even 150000 as soon as it hits the markets !



current market cap $36000 so easily could rise from here


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Norfolk on October 10, 2016, 08:33:33 AM
CPU mining looks like loosing chances to find block, difficulty rises a lot


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: go6ooo1212 on October 10, 2016, 08:38:19 AM
Is it possible to mine with more than one rig to a single wallet...


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 09:00:40 AM
CPU mining looks like loosing chances to find block, difficulty rises a lot


according to my calculations Network hash rate is around /approximately 9GHS ( based on my hashrate and how many block found.) and rising +++++


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: max2000irc on October 10, 2016, 09:22:52 AM
CPU mining looks like loosing chances to find block, difficulty rises a lot


according to my calculations Network hash rate is around /approximately 9GHS ( based on my hashrate and how many block found.) and rising +++++

is there any way to mine pascalcoin on ubuntu 16.04?

Thanks



Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 09:36:05 AM
Whats the innovations of this criptocurrency?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 09:36:15 AM
just win afaik


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 09:36:49 AM
Whats the innovations of this criptocurrency?
you can read the OP and what developer said and you will notice whats new )


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 10, 2016, 09:43:39 AM
possibly being added to novaexchange, admin have asked dev to signup there to talk about listing it. they were impressed with it so on exchange soon


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DigitalCurrencyConsultant on October 10, 2016, 09:44:58 AM
possibly being added to novaexchange, admin have asked dev to signup there to talk about listing it. they were impressed with it so on exchange soon
Thanks for coming over so we could find out about it..   ;D Your dev must contact us and come and say hi (staff/moderator/liquidity markets not admin)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Gandalf86 on October 10, 2016, 09:48:51 AM
Sorry, new to this. Can someone brief me about the current total amount of coins generated? Is there a block explorer?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 09:49:16 AM
Whats the innovations of this criptocurrency?
you can read the OP and what developer said and you will notice whats new )

As I see, it doesn't keep the transaction history.
This can be better than anonymous coins such as ZCash?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 10, 2016, 09:49:58 AM
Sorry, new to this. Can someone brief me about the current total amount of coins generated? Is there a block explorer?

download wallet its all there currently about 2million coins


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 10, 2016, 09:54:39 AM
Thanks for coming over so we could find out about it..   ;D Your dev must contact us and come and say hi (staff/moderator/liquidity markets not admin)

Hi


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 10:12:07 AM
Sorry, new to this. Can someone brief me about the current total amount of coins generated? Is there a block explorer?

block explorer built into wallet


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on October 10, 2016, 10:16:46 AM
I tried Volkshork's GPU miner and in the BlockChain explorer I see that I have found 2 blocks.. but I don't see them in my wallet. Any ideas?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 10:29:12 AM
happened to me with one block as well... i dont know whats wrong with it but make sure you have the real keys of that block. i personally had remvoed keys of my miner so i geuss the block was found my removed keys ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Stumpsty on October 10, 2016, 10:43:50 AM
Any one else getting invalid device function?  :-\ got a 620 and 550 so should use 2x aka sm20?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: redmonski on October 10, 2016, 10:45:19 AM
I tried Volkshork's GPU miner and in the BlockChain explorer I see that I have found 2 blocks.. but I don't see them in my wallet. Any ideas?

should be refresh button


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 11:04:06 AM
i think those card use fermi core so you should use compute 2 miner.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: Namiks on October 10, 2016, 11:05:29 AM
Any one else getting invalid device function?  :-\ got a 620 and 550 so should use 2x aka sm20?

Yes.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: flowerpots on October 10, 2016, 11:53:44 AM
I tried Volkshork's GPU miner and in the BlockChain explorer I see that I have found 2 blocks.. but I don't see them in my wallet. Any ideas?

should be refresh button

Restarted the wallet and still not in my wallet.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: vibajajo64 on October 10, 2016, 12:14:06 PM
This is all a bit confusing to me and I must be doing something wrong.  I extracted the Cuda Pascal Zip into a folder within the original Pascal Coin folder.  Not sure if that was correct and what files I'm supposed to open next.  I have 1 PascalCoinWallet.exe in the Cuda Pascal Folder and 1 PascalCoinWallet.exe in the Pascal Coin folder.  Which one of these is the 1 to open?   If it's the 1 in the Cuda Pascal Folder, it's giving me this error:

Exception EArgumentOutofRangeException in module rtl240.bpl at 0076A52
Argument out of Range

I did open PascalCoinCuda-sm30.exe and that seems to be working.

So what did I do wrong?  

Thanks for the help!!


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 12:21:16 PM
Did Pascal has a ICO?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 10, 2016, 12:23:49 PM
Did Pascal has a ICO?

No ICO, no IPO, no PREMINE...

All new developed software, with new language: Pascal
And... most important: a new concept of cryptocurrency, working like a bank.
See opening post and read White Paper.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 12:28:53 PM
Did Pascal has a ICO?

No ICO, no IPO, no PREMINE...

All new developed software, with new language: Pascal
And... most important: a new concept of cryptocurrency, working like a bank.
See opening post and read White Paper.

Ok. It have comparisons with ZCash?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 12:43:16 PM
Zcash promises to be a great alt ... but this aint zcash... u know coins can be good even if they are not related with Zorro :)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mxhwr on October 10, 2016, 01:12:10 PM
those wish to buy or sell you can place adverts here before it hits a exchange

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: cptfisher on October 10, 2016, 01:47:06 PM
@ op why do not put in first page gpu miner link ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 10, 2016, 01:59:53 PM
@ op why do not put in first page gpu miner link ?

Now this link is from a third party without source code... When source code published then I'll include link


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: DaniellPlasmmer on October 10, 2016, 02:07:01 PM
Zcash promises to be a great alt ... but this aint zcash... u know coins can be good even if they are not related with Zorro :)

What?! What did you mean? I can't understand if this is a joke or a parabole.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: PascalCoin on October 10, 2016, 03:12:21 PM
New BUILD 1.0.7 designed for GPU miners developers

Hi everybody.

A few days ago a user started GPU mining.
To help everybody to use this technology I've developed a special BUILD with a JSON-RPC included specially for GPU miners.

If you're a developer, you can download this build (also source code available at Github) and follow instructions included in file "HOWTO_DEVELOP_GPU_MINER_FOR_PASCALCOIN.txt"

Remember: Source code available at https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.7 available at SourceForge (Windows only): https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin

 ::) ::) ::) If you're a GPU dev, or knows somebody that can dev a GPU miner, send this information to him!  ::) ::) ::)

NOTE: This version is not a GPU miner, dev is not expert in this area, it's just a special version to help GPU devs to create efficient miners for PascalCoin

Build 1.0.7.0 - 2016-10-10
--------------------------
- Introducing basic JSON-RPC to allow GPU miners development (Third party).
- See file "HOWTO_DEVELOP_GPU_MINER_FOR_PASCALCOIN.txt"
- No more CPU mining due exists GPU mining


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on October 10, 2016, 03:20:38 PM
New BUILD 1.0.7 designed for GPU miners developers

Hi everybody.

A few days ago a user started GPU mining.
To help everybody to use this technology I've developed a special BUILD with a JSON-RPC included specially for GPU miners.

If you're a developer, you can download this build (also source code available at Github) and follow instructions included in file "HOWTO_DEVELOP_GPU_MINER_FOR_PASCALCOIN.txt"

Remember: Source code available at https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

Build 1.0.7 available at SourceForge (Windows only): https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin

 ::) ::) ::) If you're a GPU dev, or knows somebody that can dev a GPU miner, send this information to him!  ::) ::) ::)

NOTE: This version is not a GPU miner, dev is not expert in this area, it's just a special version to help GPU devs to create efficient miners for PascalCoin

Build 1.0.7.0 - 2016-10-10
--------------------------
- Introducing basic JSON-RPC to allow GPU miners development (Third party).
- See file "HOWTO_DEVELOP_GPU_MINER_FOR_PASCALCOIN.txt"
- No more CPU mining due exists GPU mining


does pascal use the same algorithm as bitcoin sha256 .... if so does the implementation of bitcoin asic miners is possible ?


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: anorganix on October 10, 2016, 03:23:16 PM
Volk already explained that the input differs, so in short, you can't mine Pascals with ASICs.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: mistercashking on October 10, 2016, 03:30:24 PM
nice update dev. GPU mining is finally here.  8)


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: szachta on October 10, 2016, 03:33:40 PM
Is this coin is dedicated to pascal nvidia or other also.


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on October 10, 2016, 03:44:38 PM
Is this coin is dedicated to pascal nvidia or other also.

prob u will get the dirty amd miner for free soon .... if u want a good one you should consider a premium


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: thedreamer on October 10, 2016, 04:07:25 PM
Is this coin is dedicated to pascal nvidia or other also.

prob u will get the dirty amd miner for free soon .... if u want a good one you should consider a premium

You're making no sense there, bub. Lol


Title: Re: Pascal Coin: P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
Post by: kahir on October 10, 2016, 04:22:18 PM
Is this coin is dedicated to pascal nvidia or other also.

prob u will get the dirty amd miner for free soon .... if u want a good one you should consider a premium

You're making no sense there, bub. Lol

why