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Title: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 15, 2014, 09:07:20 PM
http://www.bitquark.info/images/bitquark-logo-125x125.png
The Faster Bitcoin

BitQuark v0.8.3r21 Now Available

Windows 32bit - http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win32.zip (http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win32.zip)

Windows 64bit - http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win64.zip (http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win64.zip)


Source - https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r21 (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r21)

In this update:
  • Checkpoints added
  • Add System Alerts

BTQ Phase II Coming Soon!!!! BTQ Auction website dedicated exclusively to BitQuark!!!

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-Auction-02.png

What is BitQuark (BTQ)?

To put it simple, BitQuark is the result of merging Bitcoin with the super secure hashing power of Quarkcoin. BitQuark uses Bitcoin's distribution method with the addition of 0.05% annual inflationary after the initial 21,000,000 BitQuark's have been mined.  It uses the super secure 'quark' algorithm made up of 9 rounds of hashing from 6 hashing functions (blake, bmw, grøstl, JH, keccak, skein).  3 rounds apply a random hashing function.  BTQ has a block time of 30 seconds and block rewards of 2.5 BTQ per block.  The block rewards will never fall below 0.1 BTQ.  Retargeting every block using DarkGravityWave3 and halving every 4 years.  BTQ is CPU mined and ASIC resistant, so anyone can mine it without the need of  running expensive high-end hardware.  Absolutely NO PREMINING of this coin!!!

  • Algorithm: Quark
  • Block Time: 30 seconds
  • Block Rewards: 2.5 BTQ
  • Block Minimum Rewards: 0.1 BTQ
  • Block Halving: Every 4 years
  • Retarget Time: every block via DGW3
  • Total BTQ: 21,000,000 + 105,120 BTQ Annual Inflation After Initial 21,000,000 mined
  • CPU Mined, ASIC Resistant

Source Code

https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r21 (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r21)

Windows 32bit Wallet

http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win32.zip (http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win32.zip)

Windows 64bit Wallet

http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win64.zip (http://downloads.bitquark.info/BitQuark-0.8.3r21-Win64.zip)


BTQ Paper Wallet

http://bitquark.info/generate-wallet.html (http://bitquark.info/generate-wallet.html)


Official Websites

http://www.BitQuark.info (http://www.BitQuark.info)

http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark (http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark)

https://www.facebook.com/BitQuarkBTQ (https://www.facebook.com/BitQuarkBTQ)

https://twitter.com/BitQuarkCoin (https://twitter.com/BitQuarkCoin)

BTQ Faucet

http://cryptoguru.tk/Faucet/index.php?Currency=BTQ (http://cryptoguru.tk/Faucet/index.php?Currency=BTQ)


Exchange:

https://c-cex.com/?p=btq-btc (https://c-cex.com/?p=btq-btc)



MPOS Pool

http://www.weminebtq.com (http://www.weminebtq.com) 0% mining fee for life!!!


P2Pool
Miner Configuration
Quote
-o stratum+tcp://mine.zpool.ca:PORT -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p xx

http://www.zpool.ca/


Block Explorer:

http://explorer.weminebtq.com:2750 (http://explorer.weminebtq.com:2750)
http://cryptoguru.tk/index.php?Currency=BTQ (http://cryptoguru.tk/index.php?Currency=BTQ) (Block Explorer, Charts, Rich List, etc.)

Bounties

  • 250 BTQ - News Article Promoting BitQuark
  • 500 BTQ - Video Promoting BitQuark
  • 5,000 BTQ - Android Wallet
  • 20,000 BTQ - If Added to Exchanges such as Atomic Trade, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Bittrex, Bleutrade, BTCe, Coinbase, Crypto-Trade, Cryptsy, igot, itBit, and Poloniex


bitquark.conf
Code:
rpcuser=bitquark
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=9108
port=9596
gen=0
server=1
listen=1
txindex=1
addnode=bitquark.info
addnode=weminebtq.com
addnode=46.165.208.140:9596
addnode=104.236.46.153:9596
addnode=119.201.95.28:9596
addnode=66.172.10.28:9596
addnode=37.59.21.58:9596
addnode=188.226.177.232:9596
addnode=173.204.118.123:9596
addnode=188.213.143.23:9596
addnode=174.63.8.191:9596
addnode=217.210.10.161:9596
addnode=213.180.26.45:9596
addnode=96.22.137.23:9596
addnode=66.56.135.76:9596
addnode=74.90.85.204:9596
addnode=24.224.191.16:9596

* You MUST open port 9596 on your router/firewall to allow connect to the BitQuark network!

More Active Nodes Can Be Found Here
http://cryptoguru.tk/NetworkInfo/index.php?Currency=BTQ (http://cryptoguru.tk/NetworkInfo/index.php?Currency=BTQ)


Donate to the BitQuark Dev Team, BTQ address: 1J25anHgBMJVn5X9fmUyHCz7jkYSo4CPnL

For more information & updates on BitQuark, please visit http://www.BitQuark.info & follow us on Twitter @BitQuarkCoin (https://twitter.com/BitQuarkCoin)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: zvs on February 15, 2014, 09:16:50 PM
Super secure isn't secure enough for me anymore

take a lesson from this guy https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=715792515120160&set=vb.100000682541445 (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=715792515120160&set=vb.100000682541445)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: miramare on February 15, 2014, 09:54:49 PM
One week later.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: reRaise on February 15, 2014, 11:03:31 PM
We have already Bitcoin and Quark


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 15, 2014, 11:13:51 PM
For a coin without much innovation, 1 week of pre-ann might be too much. If it was something new, with unique features, you can create hype by pre-announcing, but a mere quark clone ... just release it and don't pre-ann.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: bathrobehero on February 15, 2014, 11:16:35 PM
I disagree. Just because most coins are handled in a very unprofessional way, doesn't mean all coins should be.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: byteflush on February 15, 2014, 11:17:00 PM
For a coin without much innovation, 1 week of pre-ann might be too much. If it was something new, with unique features, you can create hype by pre-announcing, but a mere quark clone ... just release it and don't pre-ann.

Well, the logo is quite nice, it was obviously created by a professional graphics designer. ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bfljosh on February 15, 2014, 11:27:12 PM
Dev, you can do better than this. At least don't copy the names. How more can you fail than taking other names?

or

Do you think it's cool to have a Nike shoe with Adidas stripes?

Or a Hilfiger blouse with kappa logos?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: miramare on February 15, 2014, 11:28:11 PM
For a coin without much innovation, 1 week of pre-ann might be too much. If it was something new, with unique features, you can create hype by pre-announcing, but a mere quark clone ... just release it and don't pre-ann.

Well, the logo is quite nice, it was obviously created by a professional graphics designer. ;D

A nice joke.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: johnnycoiner on February 15, 2014, 11:41:03 PM
nice coin  added :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bfljosh on February 15, 2014, 11:43:12 PM
nice coin  added :)

Explain what is nice here please.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 16, 2014, 12:01:40 AM
Yes I'm no graphics designer as you can tell and Yes we do already have Bitcoin and Quarkcoin. The difference here is how many people can go out right now and buy a mine rig @ $2,500 and mine Bitcoin? How many Bitcoins could you mine with a room full of rigs? You might get lucky and mine 1 BTC a year! How many Quarkcoins can you mine? Not too many as the boat has already sailed on those. So why not merge Bitcoin with Quarkcoin?

Bitcoin - 21,000,000 TOTAL and then no more
Bitcoin - Block Time: 10 mins
Bitcoin - CPU, GPU, and ASIC mined
Bitcoin - Algorithm: SHA256D
Bitcoin - Mined: 12,401,750 BTC
BitCoin - Block Reward: 50 BTC,  Currently 25 BTC
Bitcoin - Difficulty: 2,621,404,453

Quarkcoin - 247,000,000 + inflation
Quarkcoin - Block Time: 30 sec
Quarkcoin - CPU mined, ASIC resistant
Quarkcoin - Algorithm: Quark
Quarkcoin - Mined: 247,560,197 QRK
Quarkcoin - Block Reward: 2048, Currently 2 QRK
Quarkcoin - Difficulty: 2,563

BitQuark - 21,000,000 + inflation
BitQuark - Block Time: 30 sec
BitQuark - CPU mined, ASIC resistant
BitQuark - Algorithm: Quark
BitQuark - Mined: 0 BTQ
BitQuark - Block Reward: 2.5 BTQ, Currently 2.5 BTQ
BitQuark - Difficulty: 0.062

The point I'm making here is that BitQuark has long term mining, secure hashing, ASIC risistant (unlike SHA256D & Scrypt), fast transaction time, and implements inflationary measures. Bitcoin & Quarkcoin are not longer profitable. Bitcoin requires too much hashing power to break even.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Buratino on February 16, 2014, 12:05:16 AM
Bitquark is full clone of Securecoin:
a) Bitcoin distribution model
b) Super secure hashing


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: byteflush on February 16, 2014, 12:26:46 AM
Yes I'm no graphics designer

You could've at least tried. I like mining Quark algo coins, most of what I earned was done by using my obsolete CPU. As much as I would want this coin to succeed, as soon as I saw that it was such an half-assed altcoin attempt, I gave up. I mean, just look at the coin name and just look at the logo. You don't need to be a designer to see that the logo is AWFUL and that it was obviously created by a blind child in less than 2 minutes.


Edit: If you actually are blind, please take no offense - I have nothing against blind people, I used that adjective simply to make a point about the "logo".
Edit2: Since I actually do not have anything against you or this project, I will try to make a better logo and post it. I am not a graphics designer in any way, but I think I could help you there.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: temple on February 16, 2014, 01:49:36 AM
pool-


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: tabnk on February 16, 2014, 01:50:30 AM
22 Feb. Till few days to GO. BUY MORE RIGS.....!!!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 16, 2014, 08:00:21 AM
Yes I'm no graphics designer

You could've at least tried. I like mining Quark algo coins, most of what I earned was done by using my obsolete CPU. As much as I would want this coin to succeed, as soon as I saw that it was such an half-assed altcoin attempt, I gave up. I mean, just look at the coin name and just look at the logo. You don't need to be a designer to see that the logo is AWFUL and that it was obviously created by a blind child in less than 2 minutes.


Edit: If you actually are blind, please take no offense - I have nothing against blind people, I used that adjective simply to make a point about the "logo".
Edit2: Since I actually do not have anything against you or this project, I will try to make a better logo and post it. I am not a graphics designer in any way, but I think I could help you there.

Yea there's always room for improvements. SO what do you suggest for a good logo design???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on February 16, 2014, 11:23:49 AM
p2p pool 247MH/s
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

Use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1H3YbAZcEL7EUcoenRna6edTGt83NEDbrv -p x

Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat

Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 16, 2014, 05:47:48 PM
I'm getting a lot of feedback on the logo and how it needs to be improved. So what I want to do is have you guys design a new logo for BitQuark and then vote on the best design. The winning logo will then be used. This will have to be done by 2/20/2014 so that I have enough time to update the website and wallet logo. Are you guys up for this challenge?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 16, 2014, 07:10:51 PM
pool-

First pool has been setup! You can pre-register here http://btq.altcryptomining.com (http://btq.altcryptomining.com)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 17, 2014, 03:55:14 AM
http://altcryptomining.com

P2Pool instead of a traditional pool.
Fee is 1% guaranteed for life.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Hilux74 on February 17, 2014, 04:38:51 AM
I'm going to pass on this one and wait for LiteBitQuark.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaoshen on February 18, 2014, 04:25:28 AM
 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: compmaster on February 21, 2014, 09:50:13 PM
This coin looks really good. I missed out on securecoin. I would love to mine this coin from day 1!

Does anyone know of any other coins coming out soon that might be better than this one (please do not respond with scrypt coins)?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FreePls on February 21, 2014, 09:54:16 PM
I'm going to pass on this one and wait for LiteBitQuark.

i will mine bitquark until  earthworldcoin coming out


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 22, 2014, 07:59:09 AM

    my attempt at logo design
    please consider



 



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 22, 2014, 09:06:28 AM
This coin looks really good. I missed out on securecoin. I would love to mine this coin from day 1!

Does anyone know of any other coins coming out soon that might be better than this one (please do not respond with scrypt coins)?

Check out heavycoin. Could be good for long term


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 22, 2014, 03:57:39 PM
Beautiful!
but I think it is better blue or purple


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 22, 2014, 04:58:02 PM
Take is easy guys, this is a CPU coin! How long to see a new CPU coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 22, 2014, 05:06:22 PM

  new iteration. what you guys think?


 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: soudgn on February 22, 2014, 05:33:52 PM
I like the first!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 22, 2014, 06:02:37 PM
The first +1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptohunter on February 22, 2014, 06:06:49 PM
DEV

put the windows qt in a pass protect zip before launch. This is the standard with most new launches now. Stops the ddos and saturation issues at the start


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 22, 2014, 11:07:50 PM
DEV

put the windows qt in a pass protect zip before launch. This is the standard with most new launches now. Stops the ddos and saturation issues at the start

I actually thought about doing that and I think I will. The downloads are now available at http://www.BitQuark.info The files are password protected. I will tweet the password for the files at 9:00 PM EST So follow me on twitter to get the password @BitQuarkCoin

I will also post the password on http://www.BitQuark.info after 9PM


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 22, 2014, 11:20:28 PM

  new iteration. what you guys think?


 

Looking good! I like it!!! Email me the images and I will add them in the next client update. bitquarkcoin@gmail.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 12:21:45 AM
can someone get a pool going?
 i dont trust my self setting up the wallet and opening ports and what not

hopefully someone comes through!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 12:31:04 AM
WINRAR password?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 12:45:39 AM
There will be a P2Pool available at 9PM EST >> http://altcryptomining.com/
For Solo mining:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.0:9108 -u (rpcusername) -p (rpcpassword)

For P2Pool mining:

minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your wallet address) -p (anything)


Password to open files will be posted on here, via twitter @BitQuarkCoin , and on http://www.BitQuark.info at 9:00 PM EST (approx. 1 hr 15 mins. from now)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 12:48:35 AM
There will be a P2Pool available at 9PM EST >> http://altcryptomining.com/
For Solo mining:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.0:9108 -u (rpcusername) -p (rpcpassword)

For P2Pool mining:

minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your wallet address) -p (anything)


Password to open files will be posted on here, via twitter @BitQuarkCoin , and on http://www.BitQuark.info at 9:00 PM EST (approx. 1 hr 15 mins. from now)

what is rpcusername and password, are the parentheses needed? complete noob to this


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shadow_Runner on February 23, 2014, 12:49:35 AM
There will be a P2Pool available at 9PM EST >> http://altcryptomining.com/
For Solo mining:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.0:9108 -u (rpcusername) -p (rpcpassword)

For P2Pool mining:

minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your wallet address) -p (anything)


Password to open files will be posted on here, via twitter @BitQuarkCoin , and on http://www.BitQuark.info at 9:00 PM EST (approx. 1 hr 15 mins. from now)

Pool at start? This coin will be raped by botnet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 12:55:40 AM
If you want to go ahead and make a "bitquark.conf" file here is the info that it should contain. Also this is very important, make sure to open port 9596 on your router/firewall, if you failed to do this you will not be able to connect to the network.


rpcuser=**bitquark**
rpcpassword=**password**
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*
rpcport=9108
port=9596
addnode=76.182.182.121
addnode=107.170.35.84:8112
gen=0
server=1
listen=1


Change the "rpcuser" and "rpcpassword" to whatever you want it to be


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 12:56:36 AM
If you want to go ahead and make a "bitquark.conf" file here is the info that it should contain. Also this is very important, make sure to open port 9596 on your router/firewall, if you failed to do this you will not be able to connect to the network.


rpcuser=**bitquark**
rpcpassword=**password**
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*
rpcport=9108
port=9596
addnode=76.182.182.121
addnode=107.170.35.84:8112
gen=0
server=1
listen=1


Change the "rpcuser" and "rpcpassword" to whatever you want it to be

what about allow ip


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 01:03:35 AM
the "rpcallowip" is already set for your local computer/network
127.0.0.1 << localhost IP
192.168.*.* << Network address set to cover all ranges


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 01:07:15 AM
the "rpcallowip" is already set for your local computer/network
127.0.0.1 << localhost IP
192.168.*.* << Network address set to cover all ranges

oh do i dont need to chang it?

also for urer/password, do i keep the asterisks there?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 01:11:00 AM
yes remove the asterisks.

example:

rpcuser=rsx19
rpcpassword=rsx19pass


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 01:13:31 AM
yes remove the asterisks.

example:

rpcuser=rsx19
rpcpassword=rsx19pass

cool, i dont need to change the ip right, can just leave it as -------  rpcallowip=192.168.*.*


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 01:19:55 AM
yes remove the asterisks.

example:

rpcuser=rsx19
rpcpassword=rsx19pass

cool, i dont need to change the ip right, can just leave it as -------  rpcallowip=192.168.*.*

That's right. Then you just point your mining program at your wallet.
example:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.1:9108 -u rsx19 -p rsx19pass


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 01:22:37 AM
yes remove the asterisks.

example:

rpcuser=rsx19
rpcpassword=rsx19pass

cool, i dont need to change the ip right, can just leave it as -------  rpcallowip=192.168.*.*

That's right. Then you just point your mining program at your wallet.
example:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.1:9108 -u rsx19 -p rsx19pass

i cant tell if my port is open, i tried using the online sites but they say the port isnt open

does this look right? thanks

also the conf goes in the roaming/bitquark folder right

http://i.imgur.com/5yiRnLx.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 01:28:45 AM
Hey dev! Are u going to launch BitQuark just in time?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 01:39:47 AM
yes remove the asterisks.

example:

rpcuser=rsx19
rpcpassword=rsx19pass

cool, i dont need to change the ip right, can just leave it as -------  rpcallowip=192.168.*.*

That's right. Then you just point your mining program at your wallet.
example:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.1:9108 -u rsx19 -p rsx19pass

i cant tell if my port is open, i tried using the online sites but they say the port isnt open

does this look right? thanks

also the conf goes in the roaming/bitquark folder right

http://i.imgur.com/5yiRnLx.jpg

Yes you will have to place the conf file in the Roaming/BitQuark folder. The "bitquark.conf" file will be included with the download. You just need to open it with notepad and change the rpcuser and rpcpassword to whatever you like.

Make sure that the port is for your network IP. You can find the correct network address by doing this:
Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center
Then click on "Local Area Network"
Once the box pops up click on "Details"
Your Network IP will be located in the "IPv4 Address" (it should look something like this 192.168.1.100)
Then just open port 9596 for that network IP.

@grebec92 Yes everything is ready for the 9PM EST launch...approx. 20 mins from now! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: OhShBit on February 23, 2014, 01:40:01 AM
Yeah, I got a thing about not having a github repo.. Sorry.. Maybe it's just me..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 01:45:11 AM
yes remove the asterisks.

example:

rpcuser=rsx19
rpcpassword=rsx19pass

cool, i dont need to change the ip right, can just leave it as -------  rpcallowip=192.168.*.*

That's right. Then you just point your mining program at your wallet.
example:

minerd -a quark -o 127.0.0.1:9108 -u rsx19 -p rsx19pass

i cant tell if my port is open, i tried using the online sites but they say the port isnt open

does this look right? thanks

also the conf goes in the roaming/bitquark folder right

http://i.imgur.com/5yiRnLx.jpg

Yes you will have to place the conf file in the Roaming/BitQuark folder. The "bitquark.conf" file will be included with the download. You just need to open it with notepad and change the rpcuser and rpcpassword to whatever you like.

Make sure that the port is for your network IP. You can find the correct network address by doing this:
Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center
Then click on "Local Area Network"
Once the box pops up click on "Details"
Your Network IP will be located in the "IPv4 Address" (it should look something like this 192.168.1.100)
Then just open port 9596 for that network IP.

@grebec92 Yes everything is ready for the 9PM EST launch...approx. 20 mins from now! :)

hopefully this works, should this be able to see it?

http://i.imgur.com/ZH1JLlz.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 01:48:24 AM
@BitQuark will the pool be available at 2.00 AM? Like the wallet will.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: coinsmany on February 23, 2014, 01:50:16 AM
New dedicated pool up!!

Have your miners pointing now!!

http://bit.hashrapid.com


http://s30.postimg.org/ly5nlsp0x/Screen_Shot_2014_02_13_at_4_05_19_PM.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 01:58:16 AM
New dedicated pool up!!

Have your miners pointing now!!

http://bit.hashrapid.com


http://s30.postimg.org/ly5nlsp0x/Screen_Shot_2014_02_13_at_4_05_19_PM.png

AUTOMATIC PAYOUT THRESHOLD1-20000000 STACK. Set to '0' for no auto payout.
Stack? LOLD


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: coinsmany on February 23, 2014, 02:05:57 AM
What is the src password?!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shadow_Runner on February 23, 2014, 02:07:03 AM
Wallet won't sync. Nodes added.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 02:07:26 AM
Password for the BitQuark-qt Wallet is: 12m4Dy4r7V8U7LWb3B1z7gkg5HrXT7apwz


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 02:09:15 AM
Wallet won't sync. Nodes added.

+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 02:09:32 AM
failed to connect to p2pool.altcrytopmining


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 02:10:07 AM

Can't connect either.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptohunter on February 23, 2014, 02:10:24 AM
Wallet won't sync. Nodes added.

yup nodes released too early, probably being ddos now.

never release nodes until release password.... just put the config file in the zip ....


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 02:11:31 AM
does wallet work for anyone


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on February 23, 2014, 02:12:40 AM
Nodes
Nodes
Nodes


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 02:12:58 AM
I have 1 active connection


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 02:13:27 AM
I have 1 active connection


now it's down


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FreePls on February 23, 2014, 02:13:51 AM
yes but all orphans  >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 02:14:32 AM
Unable to connect to wallet RPC service: Unable to connect:


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shadow_Runner on February 23, 2014, 02:14:49 AM
yes but all orphans  >:(

You're on wrong blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 02:15:46 AM
yes but all orphans  >:(

You're on wrong blockchain.

Oh, hi.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 02:15:49 AM
yes but all orphans  >:(

You're on wrong blockchain.

what is right node?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FreePls on February 23, 2014, 02:15:55 AM
http://i.imgur.com/IM1GId9.jpg


all orphans.. well perhaps because i like the TV serie  Orphan black..   ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 23, 2014, 02:16:19 AM
node?????


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 02:16:27 AM
http://i.imgur.com/IM1GId9.jpg


all orphans.. well perhaps because i like the TV serie  Orphan black..   ???

post ur nodes


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FreePls on February 23, 2014, 02:16:52 AM
yes but all orphans  >:(

You're on wrong blockchain.

?? how can there be more blockchains?  and how to jump on the correct one?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 02:18:09 AM
Make sure you have port 9596 open on your router/firewall


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: jakehegao on February 23, 2014, 02:19:20 AM
NodesNodesNodes


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptohunter on February 23, 2014, 02:20:35 AM
Make sure you have port 9596 open on your router/firewall

must be open because i have one connection to it live right?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 02:21:27 AM
Make sure you have port 9596 open on your router/firewall

Dude, how do you do that?  Windows 7


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: junkozane on February 23, 2014, 02:22:01 AM
quark-v2_w64 is safe?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 02:25:08 AM
Got a block! :)

Edit: and 6 orphans, haha


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 02:26:03 AM
quark-v2_w64 is safe?

DOESNT LOOK SAFE

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/d99b4e25edee21182fd99f2e23cbf8077dec13428413196e643a39a9d755acbb/analysis/1393122274/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Kharzette on February 23, 2014, 02:26:23 AM
Must be nice to be on the buddy list that has some working nodes :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 02:26:41 AM
addnode 107.170.35.84:9596 add
addnode 219.101.66.208:9596 add
addnode 221.121.207.215:15365 add
addnode 24.23.65.21:50193 add
addnode 76.182.182.121:9596 add
addnode 84.54.172.18:56923 add



1Bq22RBsxS32zWW7nLe4MEQmCmWHr9pGfb



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: soudgn on February 23, 2014, 02:30:01 AM
.....all orphans..  :'(all orphans..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: I_M on February 23, 2014, 02:31:14 AM
.....all orphans..  :'(all orphans..
http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2011/288/7/a/i_know_that_feel_bro_by_rober_raik-d4cxn5a.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 23, 2014, 02:31:31 AM
.....all orphans..  :'(all orphans..

400 worth of prhans for me...


what does this mean


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shkembe on February 23, 2014, 02:38:44 AM
Got 50+ bloks at the start but then all orphans
it will past with diff raise I hope

Edit: p2p pool is now working


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Riseman on February 23, 2014, 02:43:47 AM
Try to delete port number after "addnode=107.170.35.84" in default conf file. This helped me to sync.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: PyroClasTix on February 23, 2014, 02:45:35 AM
Is the p2pool working?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 02:57:00 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 02:59:09 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?

The pool is working fine


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 03:00:05 AM
Try to delete port number after "addnode=107.170.35.84" in default conf file. This helped me to sync.
Thank you very much!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 23, 2014, 03:00:27 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?

The pool is working fine


The pool only send one coin


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 03:01:10 AM
Failed?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 03:02:00 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?

The pool is working fine

Is minerd supposed to say stratum detected new block like every second?  is that normal for a new coin?  im not getting a single share.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 03:02:28 AM
addnode 107.170.35.84:9596 add
addnode 219.101.66.208:9596 add
addnode 221.121.207.215:15365 add
addnode 24.23.65.21:50193 add
addnode 76.182.182.121:9596 add
addnode 84.54.172.18:56923 add

1Bq22RBsxS32zWW7nLe4MEQmCmWHr9pGfb



Thanks, finally connected.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 03:03:06 AM
http://pastebin.com/n72LpRx8
http://pastebin.com/J9w57fDL


A lot of nodes here


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 03:04:26 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?

The pool is working fine

Is minerd supposed to say stratum detected new block like every second?  is that normal for a new coin?  im not getting a single share.

Have the same. And I dont see myself on pool. And slill no coins in my wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 23, 2014, 03:05:25 AM
The pool is a joke. It only to send one person


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 03:05:49 AM
Dev,
You only need to open the port on the computer with the wallet, right?

I mean I am using the p2pool and am sending the blocks from other computers to my wallet address, they don't need to have the port opened, too, do they?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shkembe on February 23, 2014, 03:06:02 AM
every single share is a block in the pool! and when payout is proportional what the hell are you expecting to get? whole amount go to the finder. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 03:07:09 AM
Every single payout goes nowhere in my wallet, why am i not getting paid?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 03:08:16 AM
Every single payout goes nowhere in my wallet, why am i not getting paid?

+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: junkozane on February 23, 2014, 03:08:42 AM
why my wallet now shows error : " this application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. " and cant run anymore now :( anybody know how to fix?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 03:09:06 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?

The pool is working fine

Is minerd supposed to say stratum detected new block like every second?  is that normal for a new coin?  im not getting a single share.

Have the same. And I dont see myself on pool. And slill no coins in my wallet.

Well, difficulty retarget period is 2 weeks and block time is 30s, so retarget happens 2 weeks / 30 seconds = every 20160th block. Basically it's even worse than in InkCoin. Get ready for playing with lots of orphans.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 03:09:50 AM
Is an orphan where it says you get a payout but then it doesnt go into your wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on February 23, 2014, 03:10:34 AM
this coin is Dead.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 03:10:48 AM
Stratum connection failed:  here we go...  >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 03:11:21 AM
why my wallet now shows error : " this application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. " and cant run anymore now :( anybody know how to fix?

addnode=76.182.182.121
addnode=107.170.35.84:8112
addnode=107.170.35.84:9596
addnode=219.101.66.208:9596
addnode=221.121.207.215:15365
addnode=24.23.65.21:50193
addnode=76.182.182.121:9596
addnode=84.54.172.18:56923
gen=0
server=1
listen=1

compare with yours


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: parsec on February 23, 2014, 03:11:36 AM
Don't mine this!!
While solo mining every block mined goes to some random address not the one listed in your wallet. The transaction shows up for a second and then vanishes.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 03:13:09 AM
Don't mine this!!
While solo mining every block mined goes to some random address not the one listed in your wallet. The transaction shows up for a second and then vanishes.



+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 03:14:46 AM
Don't mine this!!
While solo mining every block mined goes to some random address not the one listed in your wallet. The transaction shows up for a second and then vanishes.


+1


:D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 03:15:37 AM
Mined to all the coins disappear


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 03:21:33 AM
Mined to all the coins disappear
Because many people hit the same block, be patient.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: skandranon314 on February 23, 2014, 03:22:21 AM
Is there a IRC channel?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 03:24:11 AM
Mined to all the coins disappear
Because many people hit the same block, be patient.

Disappearance of at least hundreds of times


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 03:25:07 AM
Mined to all the coins disappear
Because many people hit the same block, be patient.

Disappearance of at least hundreds of times

That's because they are orphans, it's normal until diff goes up


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Takoda on February 23, 2014, 03:29:07 AM
why my wallet now shows error : " this application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. " and cant run anymore now :( anybody know how to fix?

Same Problem. I deleted additional nodes except from Bitquark in the conf and it started back up.

All orphans anyway. Waste of time!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 03:30:07 AM
WTS 7.5 bitquark .... 0.5 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: junkozane on February 23, 2014, 03:31:31 AM
ty grabec  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaowu on February 23, 2014, 03:34:43 AM
wate BOOOOOO


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 03:35:00 AM
WTS 7.5 bitquark .... 0.48 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 03:38:12 AM
I'm thinking that a fork has taken place! Working to fix this issue ASAP!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 03:39:43 AM
I'm thinking that a fork has taken place! Working to fix this issue ASAP!!!

Has forked?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 23, 2014, 03:39:53 AM
I'm thinking that a fork has taken place! Working to fix this issue ASAP!!!
The first time I saw only gives one person salary to the pool


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: eBotterz on February 23, 2014, 03:43:08 AM
Why cant my wallet sync?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 03:43:37 AM
I'm thinking that a fork has taken place! Working to fix this issue ASAP!!!


What you should do is update the diff retarget time, instead of 1 week, set it to 6 hours or lower


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: neolinkhati on February 23, 2014, 03:45:34 AM
My Wallet does not connect at all!
0 active connections to BitQuark network.

I've added the nodes! Really do not know what to do!

Outside we also do not know if I'm getting something in http://btq.altcryptomining.com/ has somewhere to check my active mining? Graph searched but can not find my address!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: sluppy on February 23, 2014, 03:45:59 AM
adding the nodes to the wallet config didnt work for me any other idea's ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 03:47:44 AM
I'm thinking that a fork has taken place! Working to fix this issue ASAP!!!


What you should do is update the diff retarget time, instead of 1 week, set it to 6 hours or lower

Yea that sounds like a good idea. I'll update the retarget time ASAP


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaoshen on February 23, 2014, 03:48:14 AM
CPU mining why is wrong, the official website to download the mining software is, who can give a proper mining software download link  ??? ??? ??? ??? ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 03:50:55 AM
WTS 7.5 bitquark .... 0.48 BTC
Hey


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 03:51:50 AM
Retargeting time is every 2 weeks  :o


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: neolinkhati on February 23, 2014, 03:51:57 AM
Exchange???

WTS 7.5 bitquark .... 0.48 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Riseman on February 23, 2014, 03:52:14 AM
CPU mining why is wrong, the official website to download the mining software is, who can give a proper mining software download link  ??? ??? ??? ??? ???

This is a good one:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/philosopherstone/files/QRK/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 03:52:42 AM
My Wallet does not connect at all!
0 active connections to BitQuark network.

I've added the nodes! Really do not know what to do!

Outside we also do not know if I'm getting something in http://btq.altcryptomining.com/ has somewhere to check my active mining? Graph searched but can not find my address!

adding the nodes to the wallet config didnt work for me any other idea's ?

Code:
addnode=1.182.114.6:60739
addnode=1.204.1.35:38540
addnode=1.204.90.49:9969
addnode=107.150.51.186:9596
addnode=107.170.35.84:55981
addnode=108.54.201.236:9596
addnode=112.230.223.131:27743
addnode=113.93.217.56:3062
addnode=114.66.195.170:9596
addnode=115.206.206.205:9596
addnode=116.1.85.128:9242
addnode=118.114.93.7:50741
addnode=118.114.93.7:51067
addnode=119.105.148.113:62337
addnode=119.163.79.82:61197
addnode=121.232.197.131:42651
addnode=122.236.64.22:8897
addnode=122.245.134.73:9596
addnode=122.245.221.138:4677
addnode=123.10.160.172:6228
addnode=123.10.170.213:57101
addnode=123.220.134.216:54038
addnode=142.197.213.102:56760
addnode=144.76.82.243:54355
addnode=162.251.118.42:9596
addnode=173.67.2.96:9596
addnode=175.30.181.231:7480
addnode=175.30.181.231:7739
addnode=176.252.164.145:57028
addnode=176.74.217.235:62935
addnode=178.95.237.138:9596
addnode=180.179.35.162:9596
addnode=182.113.210.105:9596
addnode=182.139.173.30:9596
addnode=182.91.128.228:7903
addnode=183.132.131.2:62856
addnode=188.40.106.68:48853
addnode=189.32.102.45:9596
addnode=191.238.51.212:1170
addnode=192.250.192.6:60877
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=198.204.226.226:9596
addnode=210.195.183.143:11872
addnode=213.171.52.115:9596
addnode=213.27.45.151:9596
addnode=213.93.120.45:53804
addnode=217.14.247.107:28641
addnode=217.233.122.130:52916
addnode=218.104.71.166:58066
addnode=219.101.66.208:9596
addnode=222.138.151.114:9596
addnode=23.96.112.242:1034
addnode=24.16.72.82:61918
addnode=37.15.201.164:20182
addnode=58.245.148.193:4939
addnode=58.7.119.145:62588
addnode=58.7.119.145:9596
addnode=59.54.232.40:60856
addnode=59.58.245.82:9596
addnode=60.191.254.116:51162
addnode=62.210.141.204:9596
addnode=65.30.27.82:65403
addnode=69.8.51.75:34015
addnode=74.140.230.14:9596
addnode=75.130.160.109:9596
addnode=75.82.195.189:51752
addnode=76.182.182.121:65325
addnode=83.67.76.64:63498
addnode=84.238.139.144:24784
addnode=84.238.139.144:25104
addnode=84.54.172.18:56157
addnode=84.54.172.18:63049
addnode=84.54.172.18:63808
addnode=89.222.164.13:22177
addnode=89.223.47.198:59613
addnode=94.198.195.203:9596
addnode=95.37.246.229:33529
addnode=182.91.128.228:7903


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shkembe on February 23, 2014, 03:56:46 AM
250 BitQuarks for sell.
Make me an offer, I'll start sending first.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: soudgn on February 23, 2014, 03:59:36 AM
WTS 7.5 bitquark .... 0.48 BTC
???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaoshen on February 23, 2014, 04:00:14 AM
CPU mining why is wrong, the official website to download the mining software is, who can give a proper mining software download link  ??? ??? ??? ??? ???

This is a good one:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/philosopherstone/files/QRK/


B000000 is wrong, how to do


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 04:01:22 AM
250 BitQuarks for sell.
Make me an offer, I'll start sending first.

Price for 50BTQ? Send by PM if you prefer it


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mechx on February 23, 2014, 04:05:07 AM
Devs already mining with GPU ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: neolinkhati on February 23, 2014, 04:05:30 AM
My Wallet does not connect at all!
0 active connections to BitQuark network.

I've added the nodes! Really do not know what to do!

Outside we also do not know if I'm getting something in http://btq.altcryptomining.com/ has somewhere to check my active mining? Graph searched but can not find my address!

adding the nodes to the wallet config didnt work for me any other idea's ?

Code:
addnode=1.182.114.6:60739
addnode=1.204.1.35:38540
addnode=1.204.90.49:9969
addnode=107.150.51.186:9596
addnode=107.170.35.84:55981
addnode=108.54.201.236:9596
addnode=112.230.223.131:27743
addnode=113.93.217.56:3062
addnode=114.66.195.170:9596
addnode=115.206.206.205:9596
addnode=116.1.85.128:9242
addnode=118.114.93.7:50741
addnode=118.114.93.7:51067
addnode=119.105.148.113:62337
addnode=119.163.79.82:61197
addnode=121.232.197.131:42651
addnode=122.236.64.22:8897
addnode=122.245.134.73:9596
addnode=122.245.221.138:4677
addnode=123.10.160.172:6228
addnode=123.10.170.213:57101
addnode=123.220.134.216:54038
addnode=142.197.213.102:56760
addnode=144.76.82.243:54355
addnode=162.251.118.42:9596
addnode=173.67.2.96:9596
addnode=175.30.181.231:7480
addnode=175.30.181.231:7739
addnode=176.252.164.145:57028
addnode=176.74.217.235:62935
addnode=178.95.237.138:9596
addnode=180.179.35.162:9596
addnode=182.113.210.105:9596
addnode=182.139.173.30:9596
addnode=182.91.128.228:7903
addnode=183.132.131.2:62856
addnode=188.40.106.68:48853
addnode=189.32.102.45:9596
addnode=191.238.51.212:1170
addnode=192.250.192.6:60877
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=198.204.226.226:9596
addnode=210.195.183.143:11872
addnode=213.171.52.115:9596
addnode=213.27.45.151:9596
addnode=213.93.120.45:53804
addnode=217.14.247.107:28641
addnode=217.233.122.130:52916
addnode=218.104.71.166:58066
addnode=219.101.66.208:9596
addnode=222.138.151.114:9596
addnode=23.96.112.242:1034
addnode=24.16.72.82:61918
addnode=37.15.201.164:20182
addnode=58.245.148.193:4939
addnode=58.7.119.145:62588
addnode=58.7.119.145:9596
addnode=59.54.232.40:60856
addnode=59.58.245.82:9596
addnode=60.191.254.116:51162
addnode=62.210.141.204:9596
addnode=65.30.27.82:65403
addnode=69.8.51.75:34015
addnode=74.140.230.14:9596
addnode=75.130.160.109:9596
addnode=75.82.195.189:51752
addnode=76.182.182.121:65325
addnode=83.67.76.64:63498
addnode=84.238.139.144:24784
addnode=84.238.139.144:25104
addnode=84.54.172.18:56157
addnode=84.54.172.18:63049
addnode=84.54.172.18:63808
addnode=89.222.164.13:22177
addnode=89.223.47.198:59613
addnode=94.198.195.203:9596
addnode=95.37.246.229:33529
addnode=182.91.128.228:7903

Thanks, but don´t work...oh noh...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: eBotterz on February 23, 2014, 04:07:27 AM
WTF, i cant get it to sync! I added all the addnode ip's and still nothing! please help


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ebenny on February 23, 2014, 04:16:30 AM
SCAM pool?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: eBotterz on February 23, 2014, 04:17:29 AM
Does the config file even work?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: sluppy on February 23, 2014, 04:17:39 AM
dont things get alpha and/or beta tested anymore ?

ill come back when u get the bugs out.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: eBotterz on February 23, 2014, 04:35:42 AM
Yoooooo @BitQuark what is up with the syncing with the wallet? Mine will not sync for nothing! Tried everything...

Your help would be much appropriated,
-eBotterz


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 04:41:46 AM
I've generated a lot of blocks, got the message, saw the coins in the wallet, but no one is finally accepted and the coins dissapear.
This is exactly the same shit I got with vertcoin at launch. Looks like 0% premine, 20% "private mining" or something...



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: coinsmany on February 23, 2014, 04:41:52 AM
http://bit.hashrapid.com/

Is now mining, bring some of your miners!  




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaowu on February 23, 2014, 04:42:38 AM
The orphan block how?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaoshen on February 23, 2014, 04:42:49 AM
 :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\Why mining is an orphan, are all orphans ??? ??? ??? ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: TimC on February 23, 2014, 04:47:04 AM
http://bit.hashrapid.com/

Is now mining, bring some of your miners!  




Connection refused

minerd64_sse4 -a quark -t 7 -o mine.hashrapid.com:4001 -u TimC.CPU -p CPU


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 04:49:35 AM
http://bit.hashrapid.com/

Is now mining, bring some of your miners!  




Not working. Also tried with bit.hashrapid instead of mine.hashrapid, but no luck.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: woswooo on February 23, 2014, 05:16:38 AM
WTS 10 bitquark .... 0.5 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: andyBernard on February 23, 2014, 05:19:20 AM
very hard coin to mine (lol).

I have 10 for sell ... .5 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: eBotterz on February 23, 2014, 05:19:32 AM
WTS 10 bitquark .... 0.5 BTC

You solo mining?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: I_M on February 23, 2014, 05:28:56 AM
A billion orphans, and finally my first block.

Suggestion for new coins:  Start with much higher difficulties if your retarget more than an hour.  In this case I think it's something like 40k blocks.

Essentially a couple months of coins are going to be mined in the next few days while diff adjusts.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 05:30:16 AM
working on the problem now. Changing the retargeting time. Compiling as we speak and then testing it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: I_M on February 23, 2014, 05:35:44 AM
It may make a bunch of people butthurt, but may I suggest a relaunch?  People are going to scream insta-mine if you don't. (Over 17k blocks in just 3.5 hours)

Essentially the people closest geographically to the node got everything.  Literally 10 blocks a second for a while, while I literally have had over a thousand orphans.  With the diff that low the network goes too fast, and people sitting on the node are going to get everything.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: eBotterz on February 23, 2014, 05:37:30 AM
why do the coins disappear after you mine them?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: woswooo on February 23, 2014, 05:41:49 AM
WTS 10 bitquark .... 0.5 BTC

You solo mining?

YSE solo mining,


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 05:46:31 AM
No question about it, relaunch instamine will kill this coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Quenouille79 on February 23, 2014, 05:51:41 AM
the logo is ugly as shit, looks like a 3 years old retard did it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 05:52:10 AM
the logo is ugly as shit, looks a 3 years old retard did it.

lol be nice dude, it doesn't look that bad!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Quenouille79 on February 23, 2014, 05:53:30 AM
the logo is ugly as shit, looks a 3 years old retard did it.

lol be nice dude, it doesn't look that bad!

I think he did it with Windows Paint while being drunk as fu*k


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 05:55:15 AM
added all the nodes, still getting nothing but orphans


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitRock on February 23, 2014, 06:03:10 AM
No question about it, relaunch instamine will kill this coin.

+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 06:04:26 AM
Here's the new release!

Windows Client
http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11.rar

Source
http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11-master.rar

I don't have a Linux release, so if someone could compile and post a link here that would be great.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 06:06:51 AM
working on the problem now. Changing the retargeting time. Compiling as we speak and then testing it.
Yes, the retargeting time is ridiculous. This is why coins are disappeared.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 06:09:30 AM
Logo will be changed soon to the blue one
http://i.imgur.com/uXPLt2s.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AntiMax on February 23, 2014, 06:11:18 AM
this is insame I had 9k coins confirmed in my wallet ... confirmed!!!!
now there gone....   wtf????
dev you got to explain this?
how are confirmed coins disappearing from my wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CursedProtector on February 23, 2014, 06:11:46 AM
Logo will be changed soon to the blue one
http://i.imgur.com/uXPLt2s.png

Thx for Fail start Idiot


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 06:14:20 AM
Logo will be changed soon to the blue one
http://i.imgur.com/uXPLt2s.png

http://i.imgur.com/0KFG1eg.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 06:16:15 AM
+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 06:17:14 AM
New wallet not syncing


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AntiMax on February 23, 2014, 06:17:30 AM
where is the DEV?
 why are all my CONFIRMED coins disappearing?
thousands of coins GONE!!!!
they were CONFIRMED!!!
how do you even have accesss to my wallet to remove the coins?
DEV?????

BEWARE GUYS !!!!!!!     dev has access to your wallet and can and is removing the coins you have mined and confirmed !!!!!

delete your wallets and run your anti virus!!!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AntiMax on February 23, 2014, 06:25:02 AM
I am notifying Bitcointalk of these actions right now ...
this has to stop right now!!!!
confirmed coins do not just disappear !!!!

copying this forum and sending to to them now!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: I_M on February 23, 2014, 06:26:21 AM
I am notifying Bitcointalk of these actions right now ...
this has to stop right now!!!!
confirmed coins do not just disappear !!!!

copying this forum and sending to to them now!

You know what a fork is right?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: nikos64 on February 23, 2014, 06:27:17 AM
where is the DEV?
 why are all my CONFIRMED coins disappearing?
thousands of coins GONE!!!!
they were CONFIRMED!!!
how do you even have accesss to my wallet to remove the coins?
DEV?????

BEWARE GUYS !!!!!!!     dev has access to your wallet and can and is removing the coins you have mined and confirmed !!!!!

delete your wallets and run your anti virus!!!!!

You were in a fork. It happened to me too.
I restarted my wallet and back to my 2.5 coins  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: arz on February 23, 2014, 06:30:00 AM
Any working pool please  ??? ??? ??? ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 06:32:27 AM
alright, getting muh coinz


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AntiMax on February 23, 2014, 06:34:00 AM
where is the DEV?
 why are all my CONFIRMED coins disappearing?
thousands of coins GONE!!!!
they were CONFIRMED!!!
how do you even have accesss to my wallet to remove the coins?
DEV?????

BEWARE GUYS !!!!!!!     dev has access to your wallet and can and is removing the coins you have mined and confirmed !!!!!

delete your wallets and run your anti virus!!!!!

You were in a fork. It happened to me too.
I restarted my wallet and back to my 2.5 coins  ;D

  but how are confirmed coins removed right in front of my eyes ...
I see in the debug log files the wallet made contact with appdata roaming bitquark and was removing blocks.

im not a coder so I do not understand this, but I do know dev should NOT have the power to remove confirmed coins in a wallet.
unconfirmed, maybe!!! im unsure. ... but confirmed? ... I cannot bring myself to beleave that this can legally be done!
my wallet went from thousands of coins to zero! as I sat there and watched the number of confirmed coins just dropping!
now hundreds of transaction I had in the transactions list all removed as well...
and where is the dev? its a launch and hes not here to monitor or assist ... just launch and leave !!!
what kind of bullshit is that?

what am I missing here?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 06:37:07 AM
Any working pool please  ??? ??? ??? ???
127.0.0.1 ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: skandranon314 on February 23, 2014, 06:39:02 AM
Is there a IRC channel for this coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 06:41:53 AM
Could someone post nodes from the relaunched blockchain?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 06:43:30 AM
Could someone post nodes from the relaunched blockchain?
{
"addr" : "112.111.83.244:12256",
"addr" : "103.24.88.5:50264",
"addr" : "196.210.132.241:9596",
"addr" : "220.166.171.10:9115",
"addr" : "76.108.164.127:57864",
"addr" : "81.154.205.63:55289",
"addr" : "203.156.196.226:61682",
"addr" : "69.8.51.75:35542",
"addr" : "5.9.248.182:60084",
"addr" : "124.234.48.148:14129",
"addr" : "107.170.35.84:49998",
"addr" : "121.232.197.131:49747",
"addr" : "70.181.127.93:9596",
"addr" : "81.32.216.33:63548",
"addr" : "82.71.15.175:55894",
"addr" : "121.232.197.131:49774",
"addr" : "64.126.58.1:9596",


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: nikos64 on February 23, 2014, 06:44:44 AM
where is the DEV?
 why are all my CONFIRMED coins disappearing?
thousands of coins GONE!!!!
they were CONFIRMED!!!
how do you even have accesss to my wallet to remove the coins?
DEV?????

BEWARE GUYS !!!!!!!     dev has access to your wallet and can and is removing the coins you have mined and confirmed !!!!!

delete your wallets and run your anti virus!!!!!

You were in a fork. It happened to me too.
I restarted my wallet and back to my 2.5 coins  ;D

  but how are confirmed coins removed right in front of my eyes ...
I see in the debug log files the wallet made contact with appdata roaming bitquark and was removing blocks.

im not a coder so I do not understand this, but I do know dev should NOT have the power to remove confirmed coins in a wallet.
unconfirmed, maybe!!! im unsure. ... but confirmed? ... I cannot bring myself to beleave that this can legally be done!
my wallet went from thousands of coins to zero! as I sat there and watched the number of confirmed coins just dropping!
now hundreds or transaction I had in the transactions list all removed as well...

what am I missing here?
You were in a loop. You generate the coins you confirm them all by yourself, but the main chain (all the others) didn't notice. So when you synchronized with main chain there were no records of your coins.
You think you are so lucky to have 1/4 of all the coins generated?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 06:47:26 AM
The new wallet stops updating the blockchain to me... :S


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 06:47:52 AM
The new wallet stops updating the blockchain to me... :S
{
"blocks" : 155,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 4.99339104,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 23, 2014, 06:53:48 AM
 
How do you delete the blockchain?
Just run the wallet with -reindex parameter?
 
Quote
BitQuark ‏@BitQuarkCoin  9m
Had to relaunch due to bugs. Windows Client http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11.rar …
Source http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11-master.rar …
Please delete current client and blockchain

 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 06:54:24 AM
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 06:54:37 AM
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?
12LiCLGwL2961wDBJLFbGPUvvYZWDD1Mz3

{
"blocks" : 182,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 11.56078956,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

How do you delete the blockchain?
Just run the wallet with -reindex parameter?
Just go to C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\BitQuark and delete everything


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: wyj1888 on February 23, 2014, 06:56:24 AM
where is the pool?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 06:56:38 AM
Could someone post nodes from the relaunched blockchain?
{
"addr" : "112.111.83.244:12256",
"addr" : "103.24.88.5:50264",
"addr" : "196.210.132.241:9596",
"addr" : "220.166.171.10:9115",
"addr" : "76.108.164.127:57864",
"addr" : "81.154.205.63:55289",
"addr" : "203.156.196.226:61682",
"addr" : "69.8.51.75:35542",
"addr" : "5.9.248.182:60084",
"addr" : "124.234.48.148:14129",
"addr" : "107.170.35.84:49998",
"addr" : "121.232.197.131:49747",
"addr" : "70.181.127.93:9596",
"addr" : "81.32.216.33:63548",
"addr" : "82.71.15.175:55894",
"addr" : "121.232.197.131:49774",
"addr" : "64.126.58.1:9596",

That did the trick, much appreciated.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: enerbyte on February 23, 2014, 06:57:27 AM
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?
19SA4fHzKyquENbe2onWQMgam3U8TJ39te   ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: arz on February 23, 2014, 06:59:17 AM
Need POOL


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ebenny on February 23, 2014, 07:00:32 AM
relaunch?
regular SCAM
Dev - another moron
go mine DOUG


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 07:01:20 AM
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?
19SA4fHzKyquENbe2onWQMgam3U8TJ39te   ;D
Sent, did you receive?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dE_logics on February 23, 2014, 07:04:03 AM
Quote
0.05%

You cant even copy? It's 0.5% not 0.05%

There's practically no inflation.

This's Bitcoin-quark


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: enerbyte on February 23, 2014, 07:05:21 AM
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?
19SA4fHzKyquENbe2onWQMgam3U8TJ39te   ;D
Sent, did you receive?
No  :-[


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 07:06:08 AM
The new wallet stops updating the blockchain to me... :S
{
"blocks" : 155,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 4.99339104,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

Oh, so it's not a fix, but a relaunch. I think it was because of trying to use the same wallet.

I mined 2.5 coins now, but it shows unsynced for a while, then syncs, again unsynced...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 07:06:22 AM
what did he do? did he relaunch ??????


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 07:08:07 AM
what did he do? did he relaunch ??????

Yup, now we are in block 221 of the new blockchain. Difficulty is 34.40714847. Everyone's happy  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 07:09:23 AM
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?
19SA4fHzKyquENbe2onWQMgam3U8TJ39te   ;D
Sent, did you receive?
No  :-[

:o WTF, I am using  R11 and it looks fine...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 23, 2014, 07:09:45 AM
what did he do? did he relaunch ??????

Yup, now we are in block 218 of the new blockchain. Difficulty is 24.08499899. Everyone's happy  :D
node???new wallet block stop 39


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 07:11:02 AM
what did he do? did he relaunch ??????

Yup, now we are in block 218 of the new blockchain. Difficulty is 24.08499899. Everyone's happy  :D
node???

Few posts back someone posted a list of nodes for relaunched chain.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: TimC on February 23, 2014, 07:11:20 AM
Any pools on the right fork yet?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: OmiQ on February 23, 2014, 07:13:44 AM
[/img]
Can somebody give a address which is in the surely correct chain, so I send you 0.111 coin to test?
19SA4fHzKyquENbe2onWQMgam3U8TJ39te   ;D
Sent, did you receive?
No  :-[



15:13:11

getmininginfo


15:13:11

{
"blocks" : 22626,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.42280918,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : true,
"genproclimit" : 18,
"hashespersec" : 255264,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 07:14:00 AM
Oh, so it's not a fix, but a relaunch. I think it was because of trying to use the same wallet.

I mined 2.5 coins now, but it shows unsynced for a while, then syncs, again unsynced...
Wallet just says its not synced eventhough it is, that message should disappear soon enough


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 07:15:07 AM
15:13:11

getmininginfo

15:13:11

{
"blocks" : 22626,
Delete everything and download new wallet, its been relaunched


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AntiMax on February 23, 2014, 07:18:12 AM
where is the DEV?
 why are all my CONFIRMED coins disappearing?
thousands of coins GONE!!!!
they were CONFIRMED!!!
how do you even have accesss to my wallet to remove the coins?
DEV?????

BEWARE GUYS !!!!!!!     dev has access to your wallet and can and is removing the coins you have mined and confirmed !!!!!

delete your wallets and run your anti virus!!!!!

You were in a fork. It happened to me too.
I restarted my wallet and back to my 2.5 coins  ;D

  but how are confirmed coins removed right in front of my eyes ...
I see in the debug log files the wallet made contact with appdata roaming bitquark and was removing blocks.

im not a coder so I do not understand this, but I do know dev should NOT have the power to remove confirmed coins in a wallet.
unconfirmed, maybe!!! im unsure. ... but confirmed? ... I cannot bring myself to beleave that this can legally be done!
my wallet went from thousands of coins to zero! as I sat there and watched the number of confirmed coins just dropping!
now hundreds or transaction I had in the transactions list all removed as well...

what am I missing here?
You were in a loop. You generate the coins you confirm them all by yourself, but the main chain (all the others) didn't notice. So when you synchronized with main chain there were no records of your coins.
You think you are so lucky to have 1/4 of all the coins generated?

thank you for taking the time to acknowledge me and try to explain,
much more than the missing dev has done, I even pm'd him twice with no answer.
I will just get my answers from the forum mods.. first time I ever had confirmed coins taken from me.
I am just a little upset!
just notified them both!
thank you again!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 07:18:36 AM
Here's my current list.

"addr" : "115.49.248.220:9596",
"addr" : "74.140.230.14:9596",
"addr" : "84.249.109.128:9596",
"addr" : "64.53.248.79:9596",
"addr" : "198.204.226.226:9596",
"addr" : "108.59.71.214:9596",
"addr" : "66.235.1.218:9596",
"addr" : "62.210.141.204:9596",
"addr" : "84.54.172.18:9596",
"addr" : "115.28.161.67:9596",
"addr" : "180.179.35.162:9596",
"addr" : "108.54.201.236:9596",
"addr" : "202.83.24.45:9596",
"addr" : "82.19.158.243:9596",
"addr" : "69.8.51.75:9596",
"addr" : "78.46.94.20:9596",
"addr" : "36.72.156.81:9596",
"addr" : "75.130.160.109:9596",
"addr" : "118.112.122.146:9596",
"addr" : "196.210.132.241:9596",
"addr" : "113.243.132.68:9596",
"addr" : "144.76.27.105:9596",
"addr" : "173.67.2.96:9596",
"addr" : "94.19.145.20:9596",


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: zxs6099 on February 23, 2014, 07:20:24 AM
pool    http://btq.akpool.net/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 07:22:09 AM
pool    http://btq.akpool.net/
Wrong blockchain on that one, current block is 263


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 07:23:24 AM
pool    http://btq.akpool.net/
Are you Chinese?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 07:24:03 AM
pool    http://btq.akpool.net/

Wrong blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 07:28:48 AM
I can not believe I am still in the wrong chain, I have downloaded the new wallet deleted everyting except wallet.dat, why?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 07:30:14 AM
I can not believe I am still in the wrong chain, I have downloaded the new wallet deleted everyting except wallet.dat, why?

Delete wallet.dat...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: idad01 on February 23, 2014, 07:30:48 AM
The new wallet can not update the block


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kaene on February 23, 2014, 07:30:52 AM
I can not believe I am still in the wrong chain, I have downloaded the new wallet deleted everyting except wallet.dat, why?

Most people are still mining the previous chain ... if the previous chan has more hashrate, could it force everyone to "jump" back to the previous chain?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 07:31:15 AM
Sorry I wasn't available to answer your question about the coin disappearing. My BTQ's also vanished :-( Yes I had to relaunch due to multiple forks in the block chain. Hopefully everyone is on the correct chain now. I'm showing current block as 294...can someone confirm this for me???

Not sure why everything went haywire cuz everything worked perfectly during the test phase.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on February 23, 2014, 07:33:33 AM
i'm om 299


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: TimC on February 23, 2014, 07:33:51 AM
Sorry I wasn't available to answer your question about the coin disappearing. My BTQ's also vanished :-( Yes I had to relaunch due to multiple forks in the block chain. Hopefully everyone is on the correct chain now. I'm showing current block as 294...can someone confirm this for me???

Not sure why everything went haywire cuz everything worked perfectly during the test phase.

{
"blocks" : 302,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 325.81682591,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: skandranon314 on February 23, 2014, 07:35:20 AM
I think the main pool is on the wrong chain. How does one switch to solo mining?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 07:36:03 AM
diff 325????? :-[


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on February 23, 2014, 07:36:20 AM
new p2p pool

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: skandranon314 on February 23, 2014, 07:38:36 AM
Everyone join #bitquarkcoin on freenode and lets figure this out. Dev plz come talk with us!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 07:40:11 AM


{
"version" : 80307,
"protocolversion" : 70001,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 322,
"timeoffset" : 1,
"connections" : 12,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : 538.54027295,
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1393140938,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}




This is the correct chain, right?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 07:40:20 AM
I can not believe I am still in the wrong chain, I have downloaded the new wallet deleted everyting except wallet.dat, why?

Most people are still mining the previous chain ... if the previous chan has more hashrate, could it force everyone to "jump" back to the previous chain?

No, updated wallets won't accept blocks from the old chain.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 07:42:18 AM


{
"version" : 80307,
"protocolversion" : 70001,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 322,
"timeoffset" : 1,
"connections" : 12,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : 538.54027295,
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1393140938,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}




This is the correct chain, right?
Yes.

new p2p pool

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh

Is this on the new blokchain?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 07:45:10 AM
http://zd.ldream.net:8080/bitquark/
BlockChainExplorer


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on February 23, 2014, 07:46:26 AM
addnode=115.49.248.220:9596
addnode=64.53.248.79:9596
addnode=118.112.122.146:9596
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=113.243.132.68:9596


new blockchain

1DYEFxFTguRiDkgXA6wxJZ2rmGoaj53jqC

thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: nikos64 on February 23, 2014, 07:54:55 AM
new p2p pool

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh

Wrong blockchain. Delete everything including wallet and restart.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 07:55:30 AM
http://zd.ldream.net:8080/bitquark/
BlockChainExplorer

WTF ? ... not working - shows wrong inf.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 07:56:05 AM
new p2p pool

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh

Wrong blockchain. Delete everything including wallet and restart.

Yes, it finds blocks on the network too fast to be using the new wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 07:57:25 AM
http://zd.ldream.net:8080/bitquark/
BlockChainExplorer

WTF ? ... not working - shows wrong inf.
Now well


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 08:00:28 AM
http://zd.ldream.net:8080/bitquark/
BlockChainExplorer

WTF ? ... not working - shows wrong inf.
Now well
yes


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 08:01:10 AM
is there a working pool ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 23, 2014, 08:02:34 AM
Everyone join #bitquarkcoin on freenode and lets figure this out. Dev plz come talk with us!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 08:06:43 AM
new p2p pool

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh
Still no payout?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on February 23, 2014, 08:11:31 AM
new p2p pool

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh
Still no payout?


Wrong blockchain


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AntiMax on February 23, 2014, 08:15:06 AM
Sorry I wasn't available to answer your question about the coin disappearing. My BTQ's also vanished :-( Yes I had to relaunch due to multiple forks in the block chain. Hopefully everyone is on the correct chain now. I'm showing current block as 294...can someone confirm this for me???

Not sure why everything went haywire cuz everything worked perfectly during the test phase.

thanks for ignoring my pm's
and saying "I dunno what happend to your coins things went haywire" is not a good answer from a dev.
but does tell me EVERYTHING I need to know about you.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: PyroClasTix on February 23, 2014, 08:23:18 AM
On block 28448.

Hope I'm in the right chain.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on February 23, 2014, 08:24:15 AM
Quote
On block 28448.

Hope I'm in the right chain.

nope.



{
"version" : 80307,
"protocolversion" : 70001,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 409,
"timeoffset" : 0,
"connections" : 62,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : 732.54636553,
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1393139329,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: SkillRoad on February 23, 2014, 08:25:08 AM
So is it safe to assume this coins launch is a fail? Can I go to dinner now?

The pool is working fine


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 08:27:27 AM
Selling 300 BTQ, pm with offers


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ManiacMiner on February 23, 2014, 08:27:49 AM
Wallet deleted, coin forgotten, time loss...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: PyroClasTix on February 23, 2014, 08:30:22 AM
Quote
On block 28448.

Hope I'm in the right chain.

nope.



{
"version" : 80307,
"protocolversion" : 70001,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 409,
"timeoffset" : 0,
"connections" : 62,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : 732.54636553,
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1393139329,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}

Thanks. On right chain now. Any working pools?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on February 23, 2014, 08:36:40 AM
I just connected to the aforementioned pool 1 min ago... I see some (yay!!!) but some people said wrong chain, some said not. I'll post again if I see any payouts.

Quote
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x
-isaevski

I do sporadically lose the connection at that pool...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 08:43:01 AM
Dude, this coin needs a relaunch bad.  bitquark, why dont you shut it down and figure out whats up and then have a do over?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 08:43:48 AM
Dude, this coin needs a relaunch bad.  bitquark, why dont you shut it down and figure out whats up and then have a do over?
Its already relaunched.

Download new wallet and start mining  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 08:47:36 AM
Dude, this coin needs a relaunch bad.  bitquark, why dont you shut it down and figure out whats up and then have a do over?
Its already relaunched.

Download new wallet and start mining  :)

diff of 800 after like 2 hours is not normal i dont think


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 23, 2014, 08:48:28 AM
Dude, this coin needs a relaunch bad.  bitquark, why dont you shut it down and figure out whats up and then have a do over?
Its already relaunched.

Download new wallet and start mining  :)

diff of 800 after like 2 hours is not normal i dont think
Yes, its normal. Thats the reason it was relaunched, to fix diff retarget.

{
"blocks" : 463,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 1117.05371968,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 08:53:32 AM
Dude, this coin needs a relaunch bad.  bitquark, why dont you shut it down and figure out whats up and then have a do over?
Its already relaunched.

Download new wallet and start mining  :)

diff of 800 after like 2 hours is not normal i dont think
Yes, its normal. Thats the reason it was relaunched, to fix diff retarget.

{
"blocks" : 463,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 1117.05371968,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

Ugh, so which pool is functioning?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 23, 2014, 08:56:42 AM
this pool http://btq.altcryptomining.com
can use
 minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your BTQ wallet address) -p (anything, it doesn't matter))

now 170MH/S


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 08:58:20 AM
this pool http://btq.altcryptomining.com
can use

what port?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 09:07:52 AM
Make sure you are on the right block chain!!! Current block should be 493, if not then you need to delete everything and download the newest updated client at www.bitquark.info

P2Pool >>> http://altcryptomining.com/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 09:12:55 AM
Make sure you are on the right block chain!!! Current block should be 493, if not then you need to delete everything and download the newest updated client at www.bitquark.info

P2Pool >>> http://altcryptomining.com/

fuck


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 09:24:11 AM
Make sure you are on the right block chain!!! Current block should be 493, if not then you need to delete everything and download the newest updated client at www.bitquark.info

P2Pool >>> http://altcryptomining.com/

Confirmed. This pools works and is on the new blockchain. Just got 2 payments from there.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: tabnk on February 23, 2014, 09:29:47 AM
Diff is HIGH :).


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on February 23, 2014, 09:30:50 AM
pool restart

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on February 23, 2014, 09:51:10 AM
Join the 300MH/s and counting Pool
1% fee and 100% working
http://altcryptomining.com
Port 8112.
minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (yout btq wallet address) -p (anything you like)

-note due to the hitches with the initial launch there is a 120 confirmation requirement. Just be patient. The coins will be confirmed in your wallet.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 23, 2014, 09:57:37 AM
Join the 300MH/s and counting Pool
1% fee and 100% working
http://altcryptomining.com
Port 8112.
minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (yout btq wallet address) -p (anything you like)

-note due to the hitches with the initial launch there is a 120 confirmation requirement. Just be patient. The coins will be confirmed in your wallet.


not working right now


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 23, 2014, 10:02:02 AM
pool restart

http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1GE6cm6pxFUMk66MewWBbL5mAq4Y3TRFJ8 -p x


Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat


Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh

This one is working too. I have some more accepted shares with it. Maybe it's closer to my location.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on February 23, 2014, 10:11:10 AM
Join the 300MH/s and counting Pool
1% fee and 100% working
http://altcryptomining.com
Port 8112.
minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (yout btq wallet address) -p (anything you like)

-note due to the hitches with the initial launch there is a 120 confirmation requirement. Just be patient. The coins will be confirmed in your wallet.


not working right now

The front end is not working currently due to very high server load, but the back end is running normally and shares are being counted.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FreePls on February 23, 2014, 10:41:09 AM
omg i was 2 times on the wrong blockchain? hell fuck me 7 hours waste of power..

wts 7000 BTQ from the wrong chain  :'(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shadow_Runner on February 23, 2014, 10:43:14 AM
omg i was 2 times on the wrong blockchain? hell fuck me 7 hours waste of power..

wts 7000 BTQ from the wrong chain  :'(

I warned you on 4 page. You're on wrong blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FreePls on February 23, 2014, 10:47:00 AM
omg i was 2 times on the wrong blockchain? hell fuck me 7 hours waste of power..

wts 7000 BTQ from the wrong chain  :'(

I warned you on 4 page. You're on wrong blockchain.

yes and i deleted everything except the .conf and downloaded it again and started new and went to bed..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 23, 2014, 10:49:09 AM
addnode=112.111.83.244:12256
addnode=103.24.88.5:50264
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=220.166.171.10:9115
addnode=76.108.164.127:57864
addnode=81.154.205.63:55289
addnode=203.156.196.226:61682
addnode=69.8.51.75:35542
addnode=5.9.248.182:60084
addnode=124.234.48.148:14129
addnode=115.49.248.220:9596
addnode=64.53.248.79:9596
addnode=118.112.122.146:9596
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=113.243.132.68:9596


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: xiaowu on February 23, 2014, 11:01:45 AM
All transactions can not be what junk COIN Fuck ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shadow_Runner on February 23, 2014, 11:15:25 AM
omg i was 2 times on the wrong blockchain? hell fuck me 7 hours waste of power..

wts 7000 BTQ from the wrong chain  :'(

I warned you on 4 page. You're on wrong blockchain.

yes and i deleted everything except the .conf and downloaded it again and started new and went to bed..

I went to bed too. But I leave miner running with my BTQ address, after that I just download new version and synced.
Yes, 50% time was wasted, but some coins are mined.
I'm not sure if this coin be alive later, but I'm still mining it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 23, 2014, 12:08:57 PM
Diff is HIGH :).
1209 is not high for Quark.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptohunter on February 23, 2014, 12:18:18 PM
terrible launch.... leave the coin to die...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: andyBernard on February 23, 2014, 01:17:09 PM
is this the spawn of maxcoin?  what chit!

rapidcoin, maxcoin, smartcoin, and now bitfartcoin has ruined my life imo


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 03:25:29 PM
New block explorer  domain ;)
http://bitquark。tk:8080 (http://bitquark。tk:8080)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: grebec92 on February 23, 2014, 03:57:03 PM
Just lost my time and powers.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Franky2010 on February 23, 2014, 06:01:41 PM
2 hrs mining, 0.00 BTQ coins.  :(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: phm on February 23, 2014, 06:07:54 PM
Guys, I just commited support for Quark mining in my sph-sgminer GPU miner. You can use it to mine BitQuark and all other coins based on Quark algorithm. Only source code is provided. Check out this thread for details: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0). Speed is ~1.6 MH/s on R9 290.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 06:39:20 PM
"blocks" : 1508,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 890.99301836,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false

I'm on the right chain, correct guys?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: PyroClasTix on February 23, 2014, 06:49:37 PM
I had really high hopes for this coin, but I don't know. Just weird. Didn't feel like it was a good launch.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 23, 2014, 07:08:31 PM
Guys, I just commited support for Quark mining in my sph-sgminer GPU miner. You can use it to mine BitQuark and all other coins based on Quark algorithm. Only source code is provided. Check out this thread for details: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0). Speed is ~1.6 MH/s on R9 290.

Where is compiled quarkcoin.cl  ??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 23, 2014, 07:14:20 PM
Can we get a real pool going that gives you constant steady payouts that you can watch accumulate instead of these possible scam pools?  Always had trouble with these kind, you get a few payouts for an hour, then 4 hours go by and you get nothing.  Really get the feeling most of my work is going into solving blocks for someone else.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 23, 2014, 07:40:56 PM
"blocks" : 1508,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 890.99301836,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false

I'm on the right chain, correct guys?
http://bitquark。tk:8080 (http://bitquark。tk:8080)
Yes


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: pepsikanec on February 23, 2014, 08:23:49 PM
WTS  200 BTQ, PM u offers


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on February 23, 2014, 09:03:52 PM
Hi guys. Thank you ALL so much for your patience with altcryptominining.com 's p2pool yesterday on launch day.
I certainly did not expect such a huge response so early. the pool peaked at a 350MH/s hashrate which I did not expect and the server simply could not handle, which lead to the crash.
The server has now been ported over to a much more powerful machine and is available on the same URl

Statistiics at http://btq.altcryptomining.com

Point your miners to: minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your BTQ wallet address) -p (anything you like)

everything is working beautifully so lets get behind this great coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ex_mac on February 23, 2014, 10:15:13 PM
New pool:
http://btq.mine-pool.net/
Welcome...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on February 24, 2014, 01:36:34 AM
So the difficulty is higher in less than 24 hours than most coins out there?  What to make of that?  I had 500+ coins multiple times only to see them disappear last night.  Now I have like 50 and I can hardly solve a block?  Does that imply either this coin will be worth a lot of money or this coin will be so difficult to mine it will detract people from doing so?  Will the difficulty drop significantly now that the block chain issue it resolved?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on February 24, 2014, 02:01:25 AM
So the difficulty is higher in less than 24 hours than most coins out there?  What to make of that?  I had 500+ coins multiple times only to see them disappear last night.  Now I have like 50 and I can hardly solve a block?  Does that imply either this coin will be worth a lot of money or this coin will be so difficult to mine it will detract people from doing so?  Will the difficulty drop significantly now that the block chain issue it resolved?

Most coins are scrypt, not quark, and his diff. can't be compared.
Quarkcoin has about 2400 diff, so this one still looks low. It should be more valuable than QRK by number of coins released, but that is only 1 of the factors.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on February 24, 2014, 02:06:10 AM
Hi guys. Thank you ALL so much for your patience with altcryptominining.com 's p2pool yesterday on launch day.
I certainly did not expect such a huge response so early. the pool peaked at a 350MH/s hashrate which I did not expect and the server simply could not handle, which lead to the crash.
The server has now been ported over to a much more powerful machine and is available on the same URl

Statistiics at http://btq.altcryptomining.com

Point your miners to: minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your BTQ wallet address) -p (anything you like)

everything is working beautifully so lets get behind this great coin.

I love me some Quark but I really like the comparative rarity of these. Though, I don't believe there are 'too many' quarks per se...

Your pool is working well now. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 02:32:24 AM
Thanks everyone for staying with this. The launch last night was crazy and had multiple forks take place in the block chain, but now everything looks good and is running smoothly! I will be doing a new client release here soon with the new logo.

Does anyone have a Linux client compiled? If so can you email it to me at bitquarkcoin@gmail.com so I can add it to the website for download.

Thanks Again!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 24, 2014, 02:42:09 AM
guys, i withdrew from pool and it still hasnt showed up in wallet, i dont have any coins left in pool


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 02:53:45 AM
guys, i withdrew from pool and it still hasnt showed up in wallet, i dont have any coins left in pool

Which pool are you mining on and what is the command line that you are using for your miner?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 24, 2014, 03:06:59 AM
I send the coin to three addresses, confirmations, but have not received


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on February 24, 2014, 03:24:37 AM
Exchange??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on February 24, 2014, 03:25:34 AM
Exchange??

I was beginning to wonder how much these might be worth myself.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: lazycoins on February 24, 2014, 04:05:46 AM
Hi Guys,

Just wanted to drop by and let you guys know that we are considering adding BitQuark to our exchange to be traded at launch, which will probably be the biggest launch for any altcoin exchange yet. Since our announcement 6 days ago we already nearly have a 1000 followers and 19 altcoins accepted. Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/LazyCoins and vote.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=471779.0

http://i.imgur.com/65ks2FH.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 04:34:41 AM
I'm hoping to get BitQuark on an exchange ASAP!

I was thinking maybe I set the retargeting to low, but it looks like it's working very well...kinda making the coin somewhat rare?!? I'm hoping BTQ will have a good value, even though I only have 33 BTQ's in my wallet LOL...looks like the dev would be loaded huh? lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 06:00:38 AM
Also working on getting a pool started on coinmine.pl


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 24, 2014, 06:07:36 AM
Also working on getting a pool started on coinmine.pl

+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 24, 2014, 06:25:37 AM
I'm hoping to get BitQuark on an exchange ASAP!

I was thinking maybe I set the retargeting to low, but it looks like it's working very well...kinda making the coin somewhat rare?!? I'm hoping BTQ will have a good value, even though I only have 33 BTQ's in my wallet LOL...looks like the dev would be loaded huh? lol

  dev, is this going on mintpal? I'm gonna vote bitquark to the top

 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on February 24, 2014, 07:03:14 AM
I'm hoping to get BitQuark on an exchange ASAP!

I was thinking maybe I set the retargeting to low, but it looks like it's working very well...kinda making the coin somewhat rare?!? I'm hoping BTQ will have a good value, even though I only have 33 BTQ's in my wallet LOL...looks like the dev would be loaded huh? lol

Rare is good!

Great coin!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Manwe on February 24, 2014, 10:04:03 AM
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/


This pool is working fine, why not add to the OP?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: daem0n on February 24, 2014, 01:57:13 PM
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/


This pool is working fine, why not add to the OP?

I was receiving payment
Now i dont receive payment of any pool  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on February 24, 2014, 02:18:02 PM
So this has been my first ever chance to solo mine a coin. Last night i was mining with 309 kh/sec and everything was configured correctly. In the off chance that i did get a share that was above the solo mining difficulty, it would get rejected. I wish i took a screenshot..


I did find this image online, and this correctly displays what i was going through.
Quote
https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fimage.noelshack.com%2Ffichiers%2F2013%2F21%2F1369446915-problem.png&t=537&c=SWMUw-V76NJ1YQ

Third line from the bottom.
Rejected <blocknumber> Diff <sharediff> Block! GPU 0

What does it take to make the the shares you hash with a high enough difficulty to become accepted?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 02:18:41 PM
I'm hoping to get BitQuark on an exchange ASAP!

I was thinking maybe I set the retargeting to low, but it looks like it's working very well...kinda making the coin somewhat rare?!? I'm hoping BTQ will have a good value, even though I only have 33 BTQ's in my wallet LOL...looks like the dev would be loaded huh? lol

  dev, is this going on mintpal? I'm gonna vote bitquark to the top

 

Just sent MintPal an email to have BitQuark added, so hopefully we will see it on there soon! Keep up the mining guys!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 02:22:10 PM
So this has been my first ever chance to solo mine a coin. Last night i was mining with 309 kh/sec and everything was configured correctly. In the off chance that i did get a share that was above the solo mining difficulty, it would get rejected. I wish i took a screenshot..


I did find this image online, and this correctly displays what i was going through.
Quote
https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fimage.noelshack.com%2Ffichiers%2F2013%2F21%2F1369446915-problem.png&t=537&c=SWMUw-V76NJ1YQ

Third line from the bottom.
Rejected <blocknumber> Diff <sharediff> Block! GPU 0

What does it take to make the the shares you hash with a high enough difficulty to become accepted?

What happened is that someone else solved the same block at almost the same time as you and their share was submit first. I know it sucks when that happens! I was mining another altcoin once and solved 5 blocks really fast and all 5 were rejected by the network, because someone else beat me to the punch.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 02:23:50 PM
I'm hoping to get BitQuark on an exchange ASAP!

I was thinking maybe I set the retargeting to low, but it looks like it's working very well...kinda making the coin somewhat rare?!? I'm hoping BTQ will have a good value, even though I only have 33 BTQ's in my wallet LOL...looks like the dev would be loaded huh? lol

Rare is good!

Great coin!

Yes it is! It also allows the coin to be equally distributed so that you don't have only a hand full of people with the majority of the coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on February 24, 2014, 02:26:53 PM
Thanks for the reply BitQuark! I had a feeling it was just bad luck.
 :P

Guess ill try my hand at pool mining, seeing as how the difficulty doubled last night.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: kot on February 24, 2014, 02:42:42 PM
Working!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 02:48:18 PM
Nodes

125.70.106.2:9596
91.67.71.178:9596
42.239.119.231:9596
64.53.248.79:9596
118.112.122.146:9596
98.119.203.187:9596
46.119.119.40:9596
114.66.195.170:9596
58.47.58.15:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
182.91.54.125:9596
122.192.218.120:9596
178.49.193.142:9596
174.107.145.6:9596
115.28.161.67:9596
210.195.183.143:9596
123.161.55.60:9596


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on February 24, 2014, 02:59:59 PM
Join the 300MH/s and counting Pool
1% fee and 100% working
http://altcryptomining.com
Port 8112.
minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (yout btq wallet address) -p (anything you like)

-note due to the hitches with the initial launch there is a 120 confirmation requirement. Just be patient. The coins will be confirmed in your wallet.

Im trying to mine using cgminer, but obviously cgminer wont recognize "-a quark" so im attempting to use the command below.
cgminer --scrypt -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u <my btq address> -p pass (and more options specific to my GPU)

It does mine, but im getting thousands of HW errors within seconds. Does anyone have experience using cgminer with a p2pool?

If need be, i will give minerd a shot but id prefer sticking with good old cgminer 3.7.2.
 :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 03:02:58 PM
Yeah CGminer doesn't support quark algorithm coins


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on February 24, 2014, 03:41:06 PM

  Lets get BitQuark on Nexxus!
  Vote here: https://features.nexxuscorp.com/features/2

 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on February 24, 2014, 03:44:22 PM
Yeah CGminer doesn't support quark algorithm coins
Sorry to be a pain, but can you point me in the direction of a decent miner that supports quark?
Please and thank you!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 03:48:56 PM
Yeah CGminer doesn't support quark algorithm coins
Sorry to be a pain, but can you point me in the direction of a decent miner that supports quark?
Please and thank you!

I have a good one listed on the main page of http://www.bitquark.info


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 03:53:03 PM

  Lets get BitQuark on Nexxus!
  Vote here: https://features.nexxuscorp.com/features/2

 

Everyone vote for BitQuark to be added to Nexxus exchange
https://features.nexxuscorp.com/features/1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 24, 2014, 03:58:12 PM
add c-cex
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446640.0

https://twitter.com/CryptoCurrEncyX


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 06:00:30 PM
Just got an email from LazyCoin about adding BitQuark to it's exchange!!! Here's the email.

Hi,

As you know we have already mentioned on your thread that we are considering adding BitQuark to our upcoming exchange. I have received a lot of requests on our thread and on twitter. 10 more votes on twitter and Lazycoins will be the first exchange to accept BitQuark. Ask you community to vote and follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/LazyCoins

So guys we need to get at least 10 more votes! Follow @LazyCoins on twitter and then tweet "@LazyCoins Please add BitQuark"


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: billotronic on February 24, 2014, 06:11:50 PM
Yeah CGminer doesn't support quark algorithm coins
Sorry to be a pain, but can you point me in the direction of a decent miner that supports quark?
Please and thank you!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: lazycoins on February 24, 2014, 09:25:30 PM
Just dropping by to let you guys know that its official: https://twitter.com/LazyCoins

You're one of the first coins we have accepted at our exchange to be traded at launch, which will probably be the biggest launch for any altcoins exchange yet. Since our announcement 7 days ago we have already nearly reached 1000 followers and 20 altcoins aceepted. We are working hard to launch beta soon. So for ETA and updates please follow us https://twitter.com/LazyCoins. Retweet and show your support!

BitQuark will be paired with ltc, btc and doge

http://i.imgur.com/65ks2FH.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 24, 2014, 09:31:18 PM
Just dropping by to let you guys know that its official: https://twitter.com/LazyCoins

You're one of the first coins we have accepted at our exchange to be traded at launch, which will probably be the biggest launch for any altcoins exchange yet. Since our announcement 7 days ago we have already nearly reached 1000 followers and 20 altcoins aceepted. We are working hard to launch beta soon. So for ETA and updates please follow us https://twitter.com/LazyCoins. Retweet and show your support!

BitQuark will be paired with ltc, btc and doge

http://i.imgur.com/65ks2FH.png

Awesome! This is great news for the BitQuark community! We look forward to seeing everyone at LazyCoins on their launch day!!! Thanks!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: extpool on February 24, 2014, 10:16:24 PM
Make new pool:

http://btq.ext-pool.net/



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 25, 2014, 02:14:26 AM
So what do you guys think of the new logo for the new client release?

http://bitquark.info/images/BTQ-Client-New-Logo.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 25, 2014, 02:20:15 AM
Trade confirmations take too long, a few hours to confirm


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 25, 2014, 02:26:28 AM
Trade confirmations take too long, a few hours to confirm


Was your wallet synced up when you sent and received the transaction? This is the first issue I've heard from anyone about transactions taking long. Is it from a pool???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 25, 2014, 02:43:37 AM
Trade confirmations take too long, a few hours to confirm


Was your wallet synced up when you sent and received the transaction? This is the first issue I've heard from anyone about transactions taking long. Is it from a pool???


I from my wallet sent to another address,it has spent a long time
my wallet  1E98PS22XX4oXB2M3KVtSX3xmHvN4bg2Qs
You can try




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 25, 2014, 04:47:47 AM
Trade confirmations take too long, a few hours to confirm


Was your wallet synced up when you sent and received the transaction? This is the first issue I've heard from anyone about transactions taking long. Is it from a pool???


I from my wallet sent to another address,it has spent a long time
my wallet  1E98PS22XX4oXB2M3KVtSX3xmHvN4bg2Qs
You can try




What was the amount you tried to send? Was it less than 1.0 BTQ's??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ajeef on February 25, 2014, 04:49:52 AM
Trade confirmations take too long, a few hours to confirm


Was your wallet synced up when you sent and received the transaction? This is the first issue I've heard from anyone about transactions taking long. Is it from a pool???


I from my wallet sent to another address,it has spent a long time
my wallet  1E98PS22XX4oXB2M3KVtSX3xmHvN4bg2Qs
You can try




What was the amount you tried to send? Was it less than 1.0 BTQ's??


yes...0.01


i send U 1BTQ ,it looks fine


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 25, 2014, 04:53:38 AM
ok whats happening is that if the amount is less than 1 BTQ it's looked at as "dust". You can send amounts over 1 BTQ with no problem. I will fix this small issue in the next update which I will be releasing with in the next 24hrs...so just hang in there.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 25, 2014, 05:06:49 AM
It's a protocol that is used to mitigate what is known as "penny-flooding", sending thousands of free transactions just to be annoying or make others' transactions take longer to confirm. I will lower the transaction amount so that the network won't reject these small transactions.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: andron on February 25, 2014, 05:32:44 AM
i send U 0.02BTQ
1eqbKfDmUGqXYFAtkQPqbDqmHraEoRbg4


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: PyroClasTix on February 25, 2014, 05:34:09 AM
It's a protocol that is used to mitigate what is known as "penny-flooding", sending thousands of free transactions just to be annoying or make others' transactions take longer to confirm. I will lower the transaction amount so that the network won't reject these small transactions.

Sounds good. Love you lots.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on February 25, 2014, 06:27:28 AM
Refreshing to see a dev mining along with everyone else...
+1 on the no premine.
+1 merging bitcoin and qrk in a reasonable way

I do like that logo. I like one or 2 on cryptocointalk too.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bluek404 on February 25, 2014, 08:55:04 AM
So what do you guys think of the new logo for the new client release?

http://bitquark.info/images/BTQ-Client-New-Logo.png

hi,I draw some icons
http://ntu.me/di/AW4BO/icons.png
https://s.yunio.com/Nn!17r (https://s.yunio.com/Nn!17r)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on February 25, 2014, 10:21:26 AM
So what do you guys think of the new logo for the new client release?

http://bitquark.info/images/BTQ-Client-New-Logo.png

It's great! imo


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 25, 2014, 02:26:22 PM
so, where is exchange ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 25, 2014, 02:30:16 PM
So what do you guys think of the new logo for the new client release?

http://bitquark.info/images/BTQ-Client-New-Logo.png

much better then now


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 25, 2014, 06:01:21 PM
BitQuark is in the top 10 on Crypto Rush to be added to the exchange with 1046 votes!!! https://www.cryptorush.in/index.php?p=vote

There are two ways to vote: You can register and vote once an hour or you can send 0.00001 BTC to 14poD8CwAU1aMG7XSCD9NqQMgvSjjWtsdR every 0.00001 BTC you send counts as one vote.

So if you can please vote for BitQuark to get on this exchange.

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: claygraffix on February 25, 2014, 07:14:14 PM
BitQuark is in the top 10 on Crypto Rush to be added to the exchange with 1046 votes!!! https://www.cryptorush.in/index.php?p=vote

There are two ways to vote: You can register and vote once an hour or you can send 0.00001 BTC to 14poD8CwAU1aMG7XSCD9NqQMgvSjjWtsdR every 0.00001 BTC you send counts as one vote.

So if you can please vote for BitQuark to get on this exchange.

Thanks!

voted!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on February 25, 2014, 07:29:57 PM
p2p pool 247MH/s
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

Use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1H3YbAZcEL7EUcoenRna6edTGt83NEDbrv -p x

Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat

Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 25, 2014, 08:41:34 PM
WTS 10 BTQ for 1 BTC
let me know


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on February 25, 2014, 09:14:57 PM
WTS 30 BTQ for 1.5 BTC
PM me.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: galaxymini on February 25, 2014, 09:27:01 PM
5 bitquark 2.5 BTC pm me


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 12:36:19 AM
Just got an email from Cryptsy.com! Here's what it said:

Thank you for letting me know about this coin!
I have added your coin to the list of coins our development team is
reviewing for addition to the cryptsy market.
 

Thank you,
Cryptsy.com


So it looks like we might be added to Cryptsy's exchange really soon!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: PyroClasTix on February 26, 2014, 12:47:44 AM
Just got an email from Cryptsy.com! Here's what it said:

Thank you for letting me know about this coin!
I have added your coin to the list of coins our development team is
reviewing for addition to the cryptsy market.
 

Thank you,
Cryptsy.com


So it looks like we might be added to Cryptsy's exchange really soon!!!
Meh. Don't get yours and others hopes up too quickly. Sounds like a generic email they send to all coins submitted for consideration.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on February 26, 2014, 12:53:15 AM
Just got an email from Cryptsy.com! Here's what it said:

Thank you for letting me know about this coin!
I have added your coin to the list of coins our development team is
reviewing for addition to the cryptsy market.
 

Thank you,
Cryptsy.com


So it looks like we might be added to Cryptsy's exchange really soon!!!

good work!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 02:00:16 AM
Refreshing to see a dev mining along with everyone else...
+1 on the no premine.
+1 merging bitcoin and qrk in a reasonable way

I do like that logo. I like one or 2 on cryptocointalk too.

yea if I want coins, I gotta do just like everyone else and mine for them...I could have alway done a small premine, but that would just screw up the integrity of the coin (even though it didn't screw Bitcoin up much when the dev premined 1 million BTC's as proof of concept  :-\ ). So I'm right there with you guys mining away 24/7 :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 04:03:26 AM
Just got an email from MintPal:

Hi,

Your coin has now been added to our public voting page (https://www.mintpal.com/voting). Periodically we will select the top coin from the list and add it to the website.

Happy voting!

Regards,
Jay
​MintPal



So please follow the link and place your vote for BitQuark!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on February 26, 2014, 04:41:15 AM
BTQ:  1Er2vigdpGyRWe6RdTrPZhGRKjVu51fRjo

Can anyone recommend a good p2p pool?

Just some suggestions to help the coin long term:

Paper wallet
Shopping site
You tube video promotion (  like the ones for btc and quark, or funny ones like the one for EBT:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4h-74cndjo  )
Mobile app like he quark came out with for sendng receving



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 04:47:36 AM
BTQ:  1Er2vigdpGyRWe6RdTrPZhGRKjVu51fRjo

Can anyone recommend a good p2p pool?

Just some suggestions to help the coin long term:

Paper wallet
Shopping site
You tube video promotion (  like the ones for btc and quark, or funny ones like the one for EBT:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4h-74cndjo  )
Mobile app like he quark came out with for sendng receving



great p2pool good hashrate and payouts >> http://altcryptomining.com/

Yea I think once BTQ hits the exchanges and more people heard about it, we should be able to get more people interest in BitQuark and then we can get more development going :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on February 26, 2014, 05:09:48 AM
wts 200+ btq, make reasonable offers via pm.  (1 BTC for 50 btq is reasonable)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 05:20:21 AM
wts 200+ btq, make reasonable offers via pm.  (1 BTC for 50 btq is reasonable)

damn lol you have more than me and I'm the dev lol....I've only managed to mine 61 BTQ's so far and I've been mining non-stop since the first pool was up lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 26, 2014, 05:43:52 AM
wts 200+ btq, make reasonable offers via pm.  (1 BTC for 50 btq is reasonable)

damn lol you have more than me and I'm the dev lol....I've only managed to mine 61 BTQ's so far and I've been mining non-stop since the first pool was up lol

i have only 30 ... mining non-stop since the first pool was up


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 26, 2014, 07:05:52 AM
WTS 320 BTQ, pm with offers. 100 BTQ ~0.5 BTC or so


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Kramo on February 26, 2014, 07:09:12 AM
WTS 320 BTQ, pm with offers. 100 BTQ ~0.5 BTC or so


Lazycoins announcing their exchange eta tomorrow.. so you might want to hold for a couple of days


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 26, 2014, 07:13:43 AM
WTS 320 BTQ, pm with offers. 100 BTQ ~0.5 BTC or so
Lazycoins announcing their exchange eta tomorrow.. so you might want to hold for a couple of days
Yeah well, just throwing an offer in case someone wants to get in now..  :) price could be higher or it could be lower, you never know..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on February 26, 2014, 11:59:09 AM
wts 200+ btq, make reasonable offers via pm.  (1 BTC for 50 btq is reasonable)

damn lol you have more than me and I'm the dev lol....I've only managed to mine 61 BTQ's so far and I've been mining non-stop since the first pool was up lol

Once I hit 300 (Thursday, I am making about 100 per day as of Tuesday early evening), I will throw a little your way for your efforts to make the coin.  I would be interested in helping out if I can with any graphics or web design if needed.  I have a strong graphics design and engineering background, plus I have a recording studio (not sure if that applies).  I have some great communication/sales skills I would also be glad to donate to getting exposure if they would be helpful at all.  This is the first coin I have been in on at the start and would like to do anything to help it succeed.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 26, 2014, 02:18:09 PM
wts 200+ btq, make reasonable offers via pm.  (1 BTC for 50 btq is reasonable)

damn lol you have more than me and I'm the dev lol....I've only managed to mine 61 BTQ's so far and I've been mining non-stop since the first pool was up lol

Once I hit 300 (Thursday, I am making about 100 per day as of Tuesday early evening), I will throw a little your way for your efforts to make the coin.  I would be interested in helping out if I can with any graphics or web design if needed.  I have a strong graphics design and engineering background, plus I have a recording studio (not sure if that applies).  I have some great communication/sales skills I would also be glad to donate to getting exposure if they would be helpful at all.  This is the first coin I have been in on at the start and would like to do anything to help it succeed.
cool


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 03:13:25 PM
wts 200+ btq, make reasonable offers via pm.  (1 BTC for 50 btq is reasonable)

damn lol you have more than me and I'm the dev lol....I've only managed to mine 61 BTQ's so far and I've been mining non-stop since the first pool was up lol

Once I hit 300 (Thursday, I am making about 100 per day as of Tuesday early evening), I will throw a little your way for your efforts to make the coin.  I would be interested in helping out if I can with any graphics or web design if needed.  I have a strong graphics design and engineering background, plus I have a recording studio (not sure if that applies).  I have some great communication/sales skills I would also be glad to donate to getting exposure if they would be helpful at all.  This is the first coin I have been in on at the start and would like to do anything to help it succeed.

That sounds great to me! We can definitely use your skills in future development of BitQuark!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: unhooked on February 26, 2014, 03:14:00 PM
So is this a CPU Mining only coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on February 26, 2014, 03:42:07 PM
GPU or GPU. Pretty much just means no ASICs.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on February 26, 2014, 06:11:21 PM
http://btq.ext-pool.net/ is work normal?
why I stopped getting coin 2 hours ago?  ???
because my k/h only 250?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 26, 2014, 08:33:20 PM
BitQuark will be listed on Lazy Coin's exchange when they launch this Sunday 6pm GMT!
http://www.lazycoins.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on February 26, 2014, 08:52:49 PM
BitQuark will be listed on Lazy Coin's exchange when they launch this Sunday 6pm GMT!
http://www.lazycoins.com
How are they going to make money / coins, if they ... 0% fees?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on February 27, 2014, 03:54:34 AM
wts, I will sell/trade in blocks of 50 or 100 BTQ for either BTC or VTC....  PM me with offers.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on February 27, 2014, 06:10:59 AM
p2p pool
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

Use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1H3YbAZcEL7EUcoenRna6edTGt83NEDbrv -p x

Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat

Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: jdcczy888 on February 27, 2014, 09:27:04 AM
The current number of 11083, each 2.5 coins, a total of 27595 coins!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 27, 2014, 12:30:07 PM
The current number of 11083, each 2.5 coins, a total of 27595 coins!

so what?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on February 27, 2014, 01:02:07 PM
WTS 20 BTQ for 0,5 BTC .... real offer
pm me


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on February 27, 2014, 01:40:01 PM
WTS 20 BTQ for 0,5 BTC .... real offer
pm me
very expensive!
20 for 0.1 - MAXIMUM!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: he0735 on February 27, 2014, 01:50:15 PM
WTS 20 BTQ for 0.15 BTC .... real offer
pm me


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: alani123 on February 27, 2014, 04:40:07 PM
WTS 5 coins

accepting offers via PM


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on February 27, 2014, 04:47:47 PM
Create a special topic for exchange.!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 27, 2014, 05:26:51 PM
Looking for someone who can setup a MPOS type mining pool for BitQuark...anybody out there that can do this???
Contact me  at bitquarkcoin@gmail.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 27, 2014, 05:31:55 PM
ive got 40sum to sell as well


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on February 27, 2014, 08:33:42 PM
LOL 2 days of mining and all I've netted is 0.24 BTQ...

Donations accepted:  1Er2vigdpGyRWe6RdTrPZhGRKjVu51fRjo

 ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 27, 2014, 09:29:55 PM
pm me your offers guys

47.5 to sell

my old wallet wasnt syncing so I updated to the new one and in the new one it says i have no coins, whats going on here...

well it looks like a i got screwed over -,- thats what i get for being an early adopter


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 27, 2014, 10:10:36 PM
pm me your offers guys

47.5 to sell

my old wallet wasnt syncing so I updated to the new one and in the new one it says i have no coins, whats going on here...

well it looks like a i got screwed over -,- thats what i get for being an early adopter yup all orphaned, what the hell


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 27, 2014, 11:06:23 PM
pm me your offers guys

47.5 to sell

my old wallet wasnt syncing so I updated to the new one and in the new one it says i have no coins, whats going on here...

well it looks like a i got screwed over -,- thats what i get for being an early adopter

The update was mandatory for everyone. After the launch Saturday night, the block chain forked multiple times. So we had to relaunch around 2am EST. Anyone using the old wallet is on the wrong block chain and any mind coins are no good. This why when you updated, your coins disappeared.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: niroid01 on February 28, 2014, 02:22:22 AM
WTB, send pm who wants to sell


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rsx19 on February 28, 2014, 02:52:05 AM
pm me your offers guys

47.5 to sell

my old wallet wasnt syncing so I updated to the new one and in the new one it says i have no coins, whats going on here...

well it looks like a i got screwed over -,- thats what i get for being an early adopter

The update was mandatory for everyone. After the launch Saturday night, the block chain forked multiple times. So we had to relaunch around 2am EST. Anyone using the old wallet is on the wrong block chain and any mind coins are no good. This why when you updated, your coins disappeared.

cool launch


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on February 28, 2014, 05:22:27 AM
Just wanted to mention this really quick. The "dust" level for BitQuark is any value less than 0.01 BTQ, so if you try to send BTQ's below this level and the transaction doesn't go through then you can recover that transaction by doing the following:

1. Backup your wallet
2. Run bitquark-qt -salvagewallet
This will take a while. After it completes your unconfirmed transactions should appear as unspent again.
3. Resend the coins in larger amounts of 0.01 BTQ.

Thanks guys, keep up the mining!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: TulipFever on February 28, 2014, 08:19:25 AM
WTS 100 BTQ for 0.5 BTC. PM with serious offer only plz.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: getwork on February 28, 2014, 09:41:10 AM
WTS 160 BTQ, waiting for proper offers. But don't waste my and your time, please. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on February 28, 2014, 08:02:51 PM
WTB 100BTCTQ for 0.25BTCTC
PM!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on February 28, 2014, 09:00:23 PM
p2p pool
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

Use
minerd64_sse3 -a quark -o http://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 1H3YbAZcEL7EUcoenRna6edTGt83NEDbrv -p x

Windows:
download and unpack archive: quark-v2_w64.zip (x64) (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat

Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on February 28, 2014, 09:10:09 PM
WTS 322.5 BTQ for 1 BTC, pm.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: derbrause on March 01, 2014, 12:30:35 AM
soo.. it is possible to mine the coin per gpu .. whats the special thing..?! than theres the original quarkcoin.. slowly dying..... ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: derbrause on March 01, 2014, 12:43:33 AM
pm me your offers guys

47.5 to sell

my old wallet wasnt syncing so I updated to the new one and in the new one it says i have no coins, whats going on here...

well it looks like a i got screwed over -,- thats what i get for being an early adopter

The update was mandatory for everyone. After the launch Saturday night, the block chain forked multiple times. So we had to relaunch around 2am EST. Anyone using the old wallet is on the wrong block chain and any mind coins are no good. This why when you updated, your coins disappeared.

cool launch
lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 01, 2014, 01:07:03 AM
Where is the wallet source code?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 01, 2014, 02:12:44 AM
BitQuark.info will launch it's new website layout this weekend. We will also be releasing the client with a new logo design!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 01, 2014, 02:15:01 AM
Where is the wallet source code?

Source code >>> http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11-master.rar (http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11-master.rar)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 01, 2014, 06:20:53 AM
anyone else having trouble connecting to the p2p pools or am i just having a crack moment?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rajapatr1 on March 01, 2014, 06:47:50 AM
WTS 100BTQ for 0.2 BTC or your offer Sent PM now



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: derbrause on March 01, 2014, 08:57:01 AM
WTS 100BTQ for 0.2 BTC or your offer Sent PM now



now you are starting to dump, he? ...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on March 01, 2014, 09:13:07 AM
Hi all,

Sorry for the down-time. The server has been rebooted. I have made some tweaks in the back-end including some security updates as well as fixing (sort of) the block explorer.


http://btq.altcryptomining.com

We are confirmed back on line.

Thanks all for your ongoing patience!!!

http://btq.altcryptomining.com

point your miners to;

minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your BTQ wallet address) -p (anything you like, it doesn't matter)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rajapatr1 on March 01, 2014, 01:40:33 PM
WTS 100BTQ for 0.2 BTC or your offer Sent PM now



now you are starting to dump, he? ...
Who interest i sell i not dump


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 01, 2014, 02:31:10 PM
Where is the wallet source code?

Source code >>> http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11-master.rar (http://bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3-r11-master.rar)
Thanks.

Is the owner of the EXT mining pool lurking the thread? Most of the time, even though my miner seem to be working fine if I search for my address on the pool it says i'm offline, why is that?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: unhooked on March 02, 2014, 02:47:02 AM
So whats the going rate for 100 BTQ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 02, 2014, 03:54:07 AM
Currently about 0.25 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: unhooked on March 02, 2014, 05:08:09 AM
Currently about 0.25 BTC

Sounds too cheap. I would think more like 0.4 or something. Ignore that one user who is dumping 100 BTQ at 0.2



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Vargpost on March 02, 2014, 05:11:15 AM
Do you realy think that this coin be ably to do something? No site, no logo, no anything for comunity exept coin  ;D

Another quark-clone with changed total coins


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 02, 2014, 08:33:09 AM
Do you realy think that this coin be ably to do something? No site, no logo, no anything for comunity exept coin  ;D

Another quark-clone with changed total coins

no website??? We do have a website >>> http://www.bitquark.info We are currently redesigning it and hope to have it finished up this weekend. We do have a logo http://www.bitquark.info/images/bitquark-logo-125x125.png

We are also working on a MPOS pool for the website, getting coin accepted at Amazon and other outlets, and a new redesigned client. So I think it's unfair for you to say that we have nothing!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 02, 2014, 06:18:15 PM
When start lazycoins.com  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: RealMiner on March 02, 2014, 06:25:23 PM
When start lazycoins.com  ???



Someone should put a timer for lazycoins? I can't seem to find the exact release time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 02, 2014, 06:57:01 PM
When start lazycoins.com  ???



Someone should put a timer for lazycoins? I can't seem to find the exact release time.

Lazycoins.com should be launching around 18:00 hrs today. You can follow them here for more updates
https://twitter.com/lazycoins


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 02, 2014, 08:35:14 PM
From LazyCoins:
Beta launch is today once we have flushed out all the bugs. However markets won't be live today but you'll be able to register and see all the features


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: tf2honeybadger on March 03, 2014, 07:01:13 AM
Hey all!

I just set up the first MPOS pool for BitQuark. It's a PPLNS pool with 1% fee and no mandatory donations. A few things aren't working yet due to limitations of the BTQ source code (namely, network hashrate does not appear correct, but I'm working on a fix). Please tell me if there are any special features for BTQ you'd like to see, or if you run into any issues (besides network hashrate not showing up).

Pool: http://coins.inceptioncraft.net/bitquarkcoin/mpos/
Payout system: Pay-Per-Last-N-Shares
Mining Fee: 1.5% (will eventually be lowered to 1%)
Minimum payout amount: 1 BTQ
Transaction fees (manual and automatic): 0.001BTQ

Happy mining!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on March 03, 2014, 11:27:44 AM

dev, care to share your plan with BitQuark? I'm sure the community would like to lend a hand in growing the coin.
I'm donating 100btq for bounties and such. What's the address? also 10btq for you

How bout these symbol to represent btq?
10
10
10
 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on March 03, 2014, 12:38:33 PM
600 BTQ = 1.25 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.25 BTC
50 BTQ = 0.13 BTC


Make me an offer by PM!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on March 03, 2014, 12:47:18 PM
WTS 322.5 BTQ for 0.85 BTC, pm please  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 03, 2014, 04:21:55 PM
how about adjusting the algorithm to make it only possible to mine by cpu again? otherwise the coin is not delivering what was promised anymore.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 03, 2014, 04:48:35 PM
how about adjusting the algorithm to make it only possible to mine by cpu again? otherwise the coin is not delivering what was promised anymore.

I'll see about adjusting the difficulty on the next client update to see if that helps.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: miningcrew on March 03, 2014, 04:59:52 PM
how about adjusting the algorithm to make it only possible to mine by cpu again? otherwise the coin is not delivering what was promised anymore.

I'll see about adjusting the difficulty on the next client update to see if that helps.
What has difficulty to do with algo?

Quark is not and never will be a CPUmining only algo!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 03, 2014, 05:05:38 PM
how about adjusting the algorithm to make it only possible to mine by cpu again? otherwise the coin is not delivering what was promised anymore.

I'll see about adjusting the difficulty on the next client update to see if that helps.
What has difficulty to do with algo?

Quark is not and never will be a CPUmining only algo!

Yeah and I really don't think any coin will every be totally CPU only, as any algo can be made for GPU..it's just a matter of coding.
It's a little harder to break the algo's with ASIC, but I'm sure it can be done...it would just take multiple ASIC chips to accomplish algo's such as quark.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 03, 2014, 06:35:31 PM
600 BTQ = 1.24 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.24 BTC
Only right now!


if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first.



When start LazyCoin?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on March 03, 2014, 06:55:39 PM

Vote btq for MuCoWa the multicoin wallet. for exposure if nothing else
http://www.reddit.com/r/MuCoWa/comments/1zgdk5/bitquark/
 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 03, 2014, 07:04:25 PM
600 BTQ = 1.24 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.24 BTC
Only right now!


if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first.



When start LazyCoin?


They are on hold waiting for their host to release their SSL cert


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: udecker on March 03, 2014, 07:23:03 PM
600 BTQ = 1.24 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.24 BTC
Only right now!


if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first.

I performed a successful BTQ trade with Mechanikka yesterday.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 03, 2014, 07:26:40 PM
600 BTQ = 1.24 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.24 BTC
Only right now!


if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first.

I performed a successful BTQ trade with Mechanikka yesterday.
Thank you!  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on March 03, 2014, 08:08:05 PM
600 BTQ = 1.25 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.25 BTC
50 BTQ = 0.13 BTC


Make me an offer by PM!

Updated!  Make me an offer I can't refuse.  I want TO SELL, not buy BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: derbrause on March 03, 2014, 08:34:22 PM
My Offer:
50 BTQ = 0.125 BTC

As im new on this Forum and got no reputation im okay with using an escrow service..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on March 03, 2014, 08:42:24 PM
anyone interested in buying BTQ?  I will sell 500btq for 1btc.  PM me.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 03, 2014, 09:26:11 PM
WTS 7 BTQ for 0,014BTC

send a PM if interested.


Title: WTS BitQuark BTQ 50++ items .002 per item
Post by: Coinreaper on March 03, 2014, 10:42:15 PM
WTS BitQuark BTQ 50++ items .002 per item
totally your 0.1 BTC for my 50 BTQ


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 03, 2014, 11:51:49 PM
Oh dear lord...all the sell offers in the announcement thread...

Has BTQ turned into a dump coin?

How about someone build a marketplace and sell stuff for BTQ instead of everyone trying to trade up to BTC?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 04, 2014, 05:22:43 AM
600 BTQ = 1.24 BTC
300 BTQ = 0.64 BTC
100 BTQ = 0.24 BTC


500 BTQ = 0.95 BTC !
Only right now!


Now, i have only 258,7 coins... Selling* for 0.39 BTC ...
PM offers, plz!
*if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first. Or use escrow service


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 04, 2014, 06:09:30 AM
Been working on and testing the updated client with the new logo. So far so good. I should be releasing it this week! Also the website is getting a new look and other surprises as well ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 04, 2014, 07:11:41 AM
Been working on and testing the updated client with the new logo. So far so good. I should be releasing it this week! Also the website is getting a new look and other surprises as well ;)
Good news everyone!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: willapl on March 04, 2014, 03:07:48 PM
WTS 50 BTQ - 0.1 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 04, 2014, 06:53:12 PM
500 BTQ = 0.95 BTC !
Only right now!


Now, i have only 258,7 coins... Selling* for 0.39 BTC ...
PM offers, plz!
*if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first. Or use escrow service


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on March 04, 2014, 07:17:43 PM
WTS 70 BTQ for 0.170 BTC

PM me  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: claygraffix on March 04, 2014, 08:50:52 PM
WTS 100 BTQ for .2 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on March 04, 2014, 11:30:36 PM
I look at this activity of trying to sell as there will be some volume when this hits the market.  I even think it would be difficult to trust sending BTC to smoeone and waiting to receive your BTQ, or vice versa.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: spatula on March 04, 2014, 11:43:38 PM
Looking at the hash rate of the pools it looks like there is plenty of interest in this coin. Where can I see the total network hash rate? The wallet doesn't seem to have that information.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 12:16:21 AM
Looking at the hash rate of the pools it looks like there is plenty of interest in this coin. Where can I see the total network hash rate? The wallet doesn't seem to have that information.
Had to add some lines of code to get this working...So I'm waiting on the client to compile now for testing :)
Didn't realize I left this code out of the client. Thanks for letting me know about this!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 01:40:54 AM
{
"blocks" : 25942,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 690.30434680,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 89045213679,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


It works!!! :) So the current Network Hash Per-Sec = 89,045,213,679
89GH/sec!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 05, 2014, 01:46:20 AM
{
"blocks" : 25942,
"currentblocksize" : 0,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 690.30434680,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 89045213679,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


It works!!! :) So the current Network Hash Per-Sec = 89,045,213,679
89GH/sec!!!
Fake... 89 GH/s = unreal hashrate...


500 BTQ = 0.95 BTC !
Only right now!


Now, i have only 258,7 coins... Selling* for 0.39 BTC ...
PM offers, plz!
*if you have a good reputation or old registration on the forum - I send first. (Or use escrow service)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 04:15:00 AM
if you have any BTQ's stuck in limbo, you can start the client with the -salvagewallet command and once it finishes, the stuck BTQ's will be added back to your balance. This can occur if you send small transactions. After you recover your BTQ's, just add this to your bitquark.conf file:

mintxfee=0.00001
mintxrelayfee=0.00000000



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on March 05, 2014, 05:58:36 AM
WTS 322.5 BTQ for 0.6 BTC

Smooth and fast trade, just pm me and lets trade  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 06:24:19 AM
BTQ will be added to C-Cex's exchange sometime today!!! >>> https://c-cex.com/index.html  <<<


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dxas1 on March 05, 2014, 07:00:46 AM
BTQ will be added to C-Cex's exchange sometime today!!! >>> https://c-cex.com/index.html  <<<


when?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 07:01:41 AM
We may also be added to https://www.nexxuscorp.com/ this week also!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 07:03:30 AM
BTQ will be added to C-Cex's exchange sometime today!!! >>> https://c-cex.com/index.html  <<<


when?

Talked to them via Skype and they said it will be added sometime today. They didn't give a specific time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 05, 2014, 07:10:10 AM
GOOD NEWS!



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: RealMiner on March 05, 2014, 05:30:17 PM
BTQ will be added to C-Cex's exchange sometime today!!! >>> https://c-cex.com/index.html  <<<


when?

Talked to them via Skype and they said it will be added sometime today. They didn't give a specific time.

we want a countdown timer  :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 05, 2014, 05:53:36 PM
lol...looks like by tomorrow half the btq owners will dump all their coins.  shame...trend seems to be lately new coins come out, people mine them in the beginning then dump on the first few exchanges that accept them


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: RealMiner on March 05, 2014, 09:21:56 PM
lol...looks like by tomorrow half the btq owners will dump all their coins.  shame...trend seems to be lately new coins come out, people mine them in the beginning then dump on the first few exchanges that accept them



We are not going to sell all of them just a portion. I really hope the community doesn't sell them too cheap because that would destroy the coin. If the community refuses to sell too cheap the price will stay up. What else are we supposed to do ? Give us your opinion.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 09:30:58 PM
Yea I wouldn't sell them all and wouldn't sell them at a loss...remember, it's the miners who set the initial pricing for a coin. I know you guys have been mining really hard and have used a lot of power with mining BTQ. So don't take any losses and help keep this coin alive, because I have big plans for BTQ!!! :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: spatula on March 05, 2014, 10:23:49 PM
I think I will be holding on to most of my BTQ. It's fairly difficult to mine and has a responsive and community involved dev. To the moon?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 05, 2014, 11:28:15 PM
TO THE MOON & BEYOND!!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 06, 2014, 03:24:19 AM
Oh don't get me wrong, I'm sticking with it...just scary when you see a bunch of posts in the ANN thread of people trying to sell it off.

Actually hoping to see soon:

1.  Paper Wallets
2.  Mobile Wallets (like the Quark Beta wallet for Android from Hash Engineering)
3.  Better website
4.  Facebook community
5.  Press releases
6.  Video ads (check ebt coin video on youtube...or those from the quark foundation)
7.  BitQuark market where users can list stuff for sale for BTQ (really needed if you want to graduate from being a pump and dump or trade up coin)

Rather than buying into more exchanges, the above will really secure the coin as here to stay.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 06, 2014, 03:59:53 AM
just an FYI...


https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/t1/1978887_10202864266275393_2141243949_n.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 04:15:19 AM

LOL That's pretty good there! I like it!

I'm hoping to get everything that you have listed done! Website if being designed as we speak! Also going to develop a new awesome looking wallet with many new features! If anyone has any ideas that they want to see with BTQ, just post them and we will see what we can do! :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on March 06, 2014, 04:45:05 AM
The website will be up this weekend!  Here is a sneak peek.  Any additional suggestions, pm me.

http://i.imgur.com/5umhj3x.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 06:19:12 AM
Vote for BTQ to be added to BTer.com's exchange!!! Just look down the list and and select BitQuark and then press vote!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=502363.0


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 07:15:02 AM
The website will be up this weekend!  Here is a sneak peek.  Any additional suggestions, pm me.

http://i.imgur.com/5umhj3x.png

It's looking great man!!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 07:25:50 AM
BitQuark is now live on C-CEX's Exchange!!! https://c-cex.com/index.html?p=btq-btc


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on March 06, 2014, 07:41:39 AM
I'm having  a "Transaction too large" message. I've been able to send some 10BTQ paquets, but it sometimes throws the same error.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on March 06, 2014, 08:17:47 AM
BitQuark is now live on C-CEX's Exchange!!! https://c-cex.com/index.html?p=btq-btc

Here they come
http://www.granadablogs.com/joseantoniorodriguezsalas/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/c_g1_dumper850.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Shkembe on March 06, 2014, 08:36:44 AM
Fist exchange, nice!
And asking price seems good.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: jdcczy888 on March 06, 2014, 09:08:08 AM
2014-03-06 04:56:49   Bought    11.18548894 BTQ for 0.01567087 BTC

first exchange!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 06, 2014, 11:10:43 AM
500 BTQ for 0.38 BTC! (https://c-cex.com/index.html?p=btq-btc)
OMG!! such an idiot!!!


+
170 btq = 0.08... omg!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: RealMiner on March 06, 2014, 12:04:31 PM
The community is selling too low. i'm disapointed


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: crike on March 06, 2014, 12:06:59 PM
Doesnt really matter when theres no one buying anyways. Seems C-Cex doesnt have any volume.

Anyways, theres always dumpers. Also, takes like 2 BTC to get price up to 0.005 so nothing to worry about here. We'll see what the price is once we hit an exchange with at least some volume.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: macupicu on March 06, 2014, 12:11:37 PM

having dumpers dumping at low price could be good for wider distribution. I'm just gonna hold mine though
 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 06, 2014, 12:24:16 PM
change start post!
add c-cex.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 06:25:24 PM
I'm having  a "Transaction too large" message. I've been able to send some 10BTQ paquets, but it sometimes throws the same error.

You may need to include a transaction fee. You can set it in "Settings" > "Options" > "Main" The minimum fee is 0.0001 BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: blaaaaacksuit on March 06, 2014, 06:42:01 PM
The community is selling too low. i'm disapointed

That's not the community selling, those are people who come in with a cheap 200 mh/s and rape the coin for a day or two.  They get a thousand btq and dump for .3 btc, easy money for them, they don't care if they kill the coin in the process.  This is one of the reasons most people don't like CPU coins.  Kimoto gravity well works ok against these people. 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 07:13:46 PM
It looks like C-CEX has no volume, we need to get on BTer or Cryptsy! Need an exchange with more exposure.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on March 06, 2014, 07:16:12 PM
I'm having  a "Transaction too large" message. I've been able to send some 10BTQ paquets, but it sometimes throws the same error.

You may need to include a transaction fee. You can set it in "Settings" > "Options" > "Main" The minimum fee is 0.0001 BTQ.

This does NOT work.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 06, 2014, 09:08:18 PM
I'm having  a "Transaction too large" message. I've been able to send some 10BTQ paquets, but it sometimes throws the same error.

You may need to include a transaction fee. You can set it in "Settings" > "Options" > "Main" The minimum fee is 0.0001 BTQ.

This does NOT work.

If you haven't done so yet, add these two lines to your bitquark.conf file and then restart your wallet

mintxfee=0.00001
mintxrelayfee=0.00000000



When and if it says transaction is to large and it gives the option for to add a fee, click yes.
Also update to the newest client >> http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.7-r10-Windows.zip


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on March 06, 2014, 10:08:17 PM
I'm having  a "Transaction too large" message. I've been able to send some 10BTQ paquets, but it sometimes throws the same error.

You may need to include a transaction fee. You can set it in "Settings" > "Options" > "Main" The minimum fee is 0.0001 BTQ.

This does NOT work.

If you haven't done so yet, add these two lines to your bitquark.conf file and then restart your wallet

mintxfee=0.00001
mintxrelayfee=0.00000000



When and if it says transaction is to large and it gives the option for to add a fee, click yes.
Also update to the newest client >> http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.7-r10-Windows.zip

Okay, I did everything you said. Updated to new wallet.  It says transaction is too large, when I click okay it never gives the option to add a fee ( I already took it out of balance to send) then it just says Error: Transaction creation failed!

Please advise.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 06, 2014, 11:53:00 PM
The website will be up this weekend!  Here is a sneak peek.  Any additional suggestions, pm me.

http://i.imgur.com/5umhj3x.png

gorgeous.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ex_mac on March 07, 2014, 12:03:31 AM
Open new stratum (mpos) pool for BitQuark :
https://cpu-pool.net/btq/

Welcome ...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: snortex on March 07, 2014, 12:15:22 AM
Okay, I did everything you said. Updated to new wallet.  It says transaction is too large, when I click okay it never gives the option to add a fee ( I already took it out of balance to send) then it just says Error: Transaction creation failed!

Please advise.
Have the same issue.
As far as I understand this is result of received lots of small payments (from p2p pool), small transactions take up space, trying to fit them all into one large one takes up too much data for one send.
The only solution is to open another wallet, send you funds to it in max possible amounts, then you should be able to send larger amounts from the second wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JuanHungLo on March 07, 2014, 12:30:33 AM
Okay, I did everything you said. Updated to new wallet.  It says transaction is too large, when I click okay it never gives the option to add a fee ( I already took it out of balance to send) then it just says Error: Transaction creation failed!

Please advise.
Have the same issue.
As far as I understand this is result of received lots of small payments (from p2p pool), small transactions take up space, trying to fit them all into one large one takes up too much data for one send.
The only solution is to open another wallet, send you funds to it in max possible amounts, then you should be able to send larger amounts from the second wallet.


Well, if that is true, that is a limitation that must be overcome.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on March 07, 2014, 12:45:24 AM
The download link on http://www.bitquark.info is for BitQuark-0.8.3-r11.rar at 9mb.
The download link BitQuark provided a few posts before this is for BitQuark-0.8.3.7-r10-Windows.zip at 11.5mb.

The site needs the link updated.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 07, 2014, 01:22:58 AM
Okay, I did everything you said. Updated to new wallet.  It says transaction is too large, when I click okay it never gives the option to add a fee ( I already took it out of balance to send) then it just says Error: Transaction creation failed!

Please advise.
Have the same issue.
As far as I understand this is result of received lots of small payments (from p2p pool), small transactions take up space, trying to fit them all into one large one takes up too much data for one send.
The only solution is to open another wallet, send you funds to it in max possible amounts, then you should be able to send larger amounts from the second wallet.


Well, if that is true, that is a limitation that must be overcome.

It's not just the BTQ wallet with that limitation.  I've mined a few coins on p2p pools, collecting hundreds of thousands of coins through "dust" transactions.  Had to send different amounts to a secondary wallet, delete the original, create a new one then send back.  That's the one issue with mining via p2p pools.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: spatula on March 07, 2014, 01:31:23 AM
LazyCoins - "Guys we have some set backs. The trade engine developed is not performing properly so even after all the tests we are not satisfied with the results and need more time to work on it. So unfortuantely trading won't be live unit this is resolved which can take up to a week. "


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 07, 2014, 02:21:06 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=502363.0

Vote to get BTQ on BTer


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on March 07, 2014, 02:48:28 AM
LazyCoins - "Guys we have some set backs. The trade engine developed is not performing properly so even after all the tests we are not satisfied with the results and need more time to work on it. So unfortuantely trading won't be live unit this is resolved which can take up to a week. "

That is a bummer.  Another week isn't so bad.  I thought about spending some BTC on c-cex, but I don't think it is going to spark trading...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 07, 2014, 07:30:26 AM
who has 1 btc? Buy all 0,001 coins cheaper...
0,0002 is loo low...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: c-cex on March 07, 2014, 01:51:06 PM
Just small remind about our exchange. We recently add BTQ. We are fast and our support is very responsive.
Trade BTQ at https://c-cex.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: spatula on March 08, 2014, 02:11:22 AM
Any update on the new site?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Drewdy on March 08, 2014, 04:09:01 AM
I am hoping to finish it up this weekend.  I could post it tomorrow without the live stats, but I feel those are a must have...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 08, 2014, 08:35:53 PM
when start lazycoin?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 09, 2014, 05:10:50 PM
sell 3300 (!) BTQ for 0.9 BTC! (cheaper than on C-CEX)
only with escrow!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on March 10, 2014, 05:36:09 AM
Sell 2000 btq for 0.8 btc...
only with escrow!
use exchange


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on March 10, 2014, 08:51:26 PM
Any news?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 10, 2014, 09:00:04 PM
You will try to add new exchange?
I think does not have a chance to get on the major exchanges (mintpal or cryptsy, Only if someone has a 4-5 BTС. Then we can "buy" voting)

WE can start with small exchanges!
Is it possible to get on poloniex.com? It would be a ticket to the moon! ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 11, 2014, 01:10:06 AM
I've been wokring on setting up a new MPOS pool for the main website. I finally got the stratum working, but the hashrate is way off. Does anybody know what the correct setting are suppose to be for quark algo coins? I've already found 24 blocks, but they aren't showing as found on the MPOS dashboard. I think I might have some settings off on that aswell. Any help with the configuration would be great!

You can contact me at bitquarkcoin@gmail.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 11, 2014, 03:01:27 AM
screw buying into an exchange...if you want a coin to be successful, people have to have enough faith in it to be willing to accept it as payment for goods and services, and be able to buy a variety of goods and services with it.  otherwise it's just another dump or trade up to btc coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 11, 2014, 03:08:14 AM
screw buying into an exchange...if you want a coin to be successful, people have to have enough faith in it to be willing to accept it as payment for goods and services, and be able to buy a variety of goods and services with it.  otherwise it's just another dump or trade up to btc coin.

I agree! I'm working on getting BTQ accepted as payment with multiple outlets. If you know of any others, feel free to post them.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 11, 2014, 03:34:37 AM
There's an online crypto flea market coming out soon where you can sell/buy stuff online for a select few crypto currencies, the ones that show value beyond being dumped on an exchange as a trade up to BTC.

Haven't heard the final word yet, but if you're actually looking to USE your coins, that could be a starting place.

Of course, people will have to be willing to actually sell and buy stuff for a coin for it to work, but hey isn't that what these crypto currencies are all about?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 11, 2014, 11:42:01 PM
I BELIEVE IN BTQ!

Sell Unisex Casual Quartz Analog Watch (Leather Band) for 199 BTQ!!

http://s019.radikal.ru/i630/1403/8b/32ecd2d98a40.png
+FREE SHIPING (almost all countries)


Quote from: EXTRA SALE

                EXTRA SALE!*
          299 BTQ ONLY!

http://www.lenovo.com/images/OneWebImages/FormFactor/Smartphones/400x300/lenovo-smartphones-ideaphone-a369i-front-back.png
                    Lenovo A369


*If the price BTQ (on C-CEX) will grow up to 0.00029BTC -
- I'm selling Lenovo A369 phone for 299 BTQ (who was the first to write me PM)
and 599 BTQ two others people.


Shame I only have 4 BTQ mined so far lol...but this is what makes a coin successful.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 12, 2014, 04:07:03 PM
I BELIEVE IN BTQ!

Sell Unisex Necklace w/ Stainless Steel Circle Pendant for 199 BTQ!!

http://s43.radikal.ru/i099/1403/93/ed8a21fcfb04.png
+FREE SHIPING (almost all countries)

Quote from: EXTRA SALE

                EXTRA SALE!*
          299 BTQ ONLY!

http://www.lenovo.com/images/OneWebImages/FormFactor/Smartphones/400x300/lenovo-smartphones-ideaphone-a369i-front-back.png
                    Lenovo A369


*If the price BTQ (on C-CEX) will grow up to 0.00029BTC -
- I'm selling Lenovo A369 phone for 299 BTQ (who was the first to write me PM)
and 599 BTQ two others people.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 13, 2014, 12:48:48 PM
When release new wallet?
When start LazyCoin?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 13, 2014, 05:58:13 PM
When release new wallet?
When start LazyCoin?

No word yet. Not sure what's going on with LazyCoins exchange.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: erikpetersendk on March 13, 2014, 09:09:13 PM
When release new wallet?
When start LazyCoin?

No word yet. Not sure what's going on with LazyCoins exchange.

Bitquark is coming on nexxus corp trading platform soon. It is leading the voting. And when all the new scrypt asic come out quarkbased will winn the race.

I think quarkbased coins will bee better than scryptcoin soon becaurse of asic resistance, so hurry to mine some.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 13, 2014, 10:38:32 PM
When release new wallet?
When start LazyCoin?

No word yet. Not sure what's going on with LazyCoins exchange.

Bitquark is coming on nexxus corp trading platform soon. It is leading the voting. And when all the new scrypt asic come out quarkbased will winn the race.

I think quarkbased coins will bee better than scryptcoin soon becaurse of asic resistance, so hurry to mine some.

Yeah I agree, that's one reason I decided to go with 'quark' as BTQ's encryption. Once the scrypt ASIC's get out there, the difficulty on scrypt coins are going to skyrocket much like what has happened with Bitcoin. Quark coins will win the battle!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: erikpetersendk on March 14, 2014, 01:35:46 PM
Hi let us all donate 0,1 btc on cryptorush  on bitquark about 1-2 minute before time runs out and we are on to cryptorush ! then we go to the moon !! yeah
10 hour to go https://cryptorush.in/?p=vote
   address to donate for bitquark pls chk adres on above link before donating adress:  14poD8CwAU1aMG7XSCD9NqQMgvSjjWtsdR
we should be 20 persons i´m in for 0,1 btc pls respond if interest latest one hour before
thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 14, 2014, 01:38:34 PM
I'm in!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ionelan on March 18, 2014, 05:33:37 AM
where is everybody?
coin is dead ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on March 18, 2014, 10:55:29 AM
Im still hashing away.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 18, 2014, 12:12:19 PM
Still hashing away also....I think everyone is just laying low and mining til a better exchange adds BTQ...aka BTer, Cryptsy, etc.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 18, 2014, 09:57:53 PM
I quit since its not cpu-only anymore :(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 18, 2014, 10:32:21 PM
Like I was saying in an earlier post, there's no such thing as a CPU only coin. It's just a matter of converting CPU code to GPU code. The ONLY and I mean ONLY way to really made a coin CPU only is to go closed source!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: creamynebula on March 18, 2014, 10:54:09 PM
I see, I need to acquire a graphic card.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 18, 2014, 10:59:48 PM
There are ways to ban GPU's from mining on pools though. For example, GPU's are banned at this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/index.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Coinscious on March 19, 2014, 12:39:42 AM
I quit since its not cpu-only anymore :(

There were Quark GPU miners before BTQ launch, so it's been never a CPU only coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 20, 2014, 01:05:19 AM
Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 20, 2014, 01:36:13 AM
Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



When I sat down in front of my computer to create BitQuark, I had two main objectives:
1) Create a fast secure coin and the quark algorithm had that.
2) Create a coin that would be distributed equally and have a long life before halving.

Currently we are working behind the scene with building a new website with a MPOS pool, block explorer, paper wallet generator, Android app, and submitting BTQ to numerous exchanges and setting up outlets to accept BTQ. we are also looking at developing a new redesigned client with lots of awesome features.

If there's anything you guys would like to see, just leave your comments on here and we will see what we can do.

Also I have setup a BTQ account for bounties and we are now taking donations. Any amount of BTQ would greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to the following BTQ address: 15s8MhYjHrCb529Wzm7TnYNjYEeAK4mZan

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 20, 2014, 02:14:12 AM
Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



When I sat down in front of my computer to create BitQuark, I had two main objectives:
1) Create a fast secure coin and the quark algorithm had that.
2) Create a coin that would be distributed equally and have a long life before halving.

Currently we are working behind the scene with building a new website with a MPOS pool, block explorer, paper wallet generator, Android app, and submitting BTQ to numerous exchanges and setting up outlets to accept BTQ. we are also looking at developing a new redesigned client with lots of awesome features.

If there's anything you guys would like to see, just leave your comments on here and we will see what we can do.

Also I have setup a BTQ account for bounties and we are now taking donations. Any amount of BTQ would greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to the following BTQ address: 15s8MhYjHrCb529Wzm7TnYNjYEeAK4mZan

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Dear Dev

How about you got the hash donation instead of coin ?
I can donate 600kHz for 1 weeks (using p2pool)



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 20, 2014, 04:04:07 AM
A friend of mine is working on a site for world users to buy and sell items for crypto currencies locally.  Coins supported are currently BTC, LTC, QRK and EBT.

Maybe they could include support for BTQ if there's enough people willing to sell stuff for BTQ?

How many BTQ do you think that old guitar sitting in your garage that you never play is worth?

Just an idea to help get BTQ more exposure.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on March 20, 2014, 09:21:20 AM
http://i.imgur.com/dH5DGYY.png (http://imgur.com/dH5DGYY)
Come and join the original and best bitquark pool.
We have been hashing away since release!
http://btq.altcryptomining.com
P2Pool
Point your miners to: minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your BTQ wallet address) -p (anything you like, it doesn't matter)
No annoying email verifications
No expired tokens
just 100% working payouts straight to your wallet

Please come and join us!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 20, 2014, 04:45:20 PM
Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



When I sat down in front of my computer to create BitQuark, I had two main objectives:
1) Create a fast secure coin and the quark algorithm had that.
2) Create a coin that would be distributed equally and have a long life before halving.

Currently we are working behind the scene with building a new website with a MPOS pool, block explorer, paper wallet generator, Android app, and submitting BTQ to numerous exchanges and setting up outlets to accept BTQ. we are also looking at developing a new redesigned client with lots of awesome features.

If there's anything you guys would like to see, just leave your comments on here and we will see what we can do.

Also I have setup a BTQ account for bounties and we are now taking donations. Any amount of BTQ would greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to the following BTQ address: 15s8MhYjHrCb529Wzm7TnYNjYEeAK4mZan

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Dear Dev

How about you got the hash donation instead of coin ?
I can donate 600kHz for 1 weeks (using p2pool)



Thanks for the donations! They are rolling in from your hashing!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 20, 2014, 04:46:01 PM
A friend of mine is working on a site for world users to buy and sell items for crypto currencies locally.  Coins supported are currently BTC, LTC, QRK and EBT.

Maybe they could include support for BTQ if there's enough people willing to sell stuff for BTQ?

How many BTQ do you think that old guitar sitting in your garage that you never play is worth?

Just an idea to help get BTQ more exposure.

Oh kool that would definitely be a good starting point!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 20, 2014, 08:43:52 PM
Thanks for the donations! They are rolling in from your hashing!

Acutally,
I am mining with GPU,

How about putting the donation function into the wallet ?
If user select the checkbox, automatically, donate CPU hashing power to the developer.
and, you can make a developer pool, and connected on the pool automatically.

I feel, it can be work, and it can help to developer to support more time on the coin,

 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 20, 2014, 08:48:54 PM
Thanks for the donations! They are rolling in from your hashing!

Acutally,
I am mining with GPU,

How about putting the donation function into the wallet ?
If user select the checkbox, automatically, donate CPU hashing power to the developer.
and, you can make a developer pool, and connected on the pool automatically.

I feel, it can be work, and it can help to developer to support more time on the coin,

 


That's a really good idea, I'll look into doing that. The 1% fee from the pool that's going to be on the main website will all go towards development also.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 21, 2014, 01:45:26 AM
BitQuark comparison to Bitcoin SHA256 & Bitcoin Scrypt:

BTC:

21 Million coins
10 min. block time
50 coins per block
CPU, GPU, ASIC mined

BTC-S:

21 Million coins
2.5 min block time
50 coins per block (200 coins every 10 mins.)
CPU, GPU, ASIC mined

BTQ:

21 Million coins + 105k annually after initial mining has completed
30 sec block time
2.5 coins per block (50 coins every 10 mins)
CPU, GPU mined, ASIC resistant


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 21, 2014, 03:56:23 PM
Vote to have BTQ added to the Comkort exchange https://comkort.com/vote/#BTQ


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 21, 2014, 06:45:27 PM
This is clearly the more active forum so I'll chime in here too, I guess. I too am more than just a little irritated with the monster GPU miners out there raping the coin to sell it off dirt cheap. All I can say is buy it from the rapists and then start to trade it. This coin has a future.

I love the new web site template previewed here but wonder what's taking so long? It's been promised "for the weekend" week after week. Come on, devs. It was a very shaky launch, to say the least. If you want to be taken seriously by the likes of Bill Still, you've got to get serious about meeting deadlines and polishing your image.

That's my 0.02 BTQ.

I do have a question, though. When a Linux wallet is run for the first time, a directory ~/.bitquark is created with the wallet.dat, peers, etc. Where do we place the bitquark.conf file and does it even make any difference in Linux?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 21, 2014, 09:04:59 PM
Not sure what has happened to my guy that was building the website, but I've started where he left off. Hopefully I'll have it finished really soon. Here is a screen shots of what I have together so far. The website will have a built in pool & block explorer. As you can see in the header, it will display current info such as number of coins mined, difficulty, BTQ/BTC, and network hash rate.

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-beta-site.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 22, 2014, 10:08:04 AM
Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php (http://107.170.17.20/index.php)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 22, 2014, 02:10:14 PM
That looks awesome! It's the professional look you need that people will be attracted to.

Sorry to be a pain but can I get an answer to the question about bitquark.conf location in Linux?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 22, 2014, 06:41:13 PM
That looks awesome! It's the professional look you need that people will be attracted to.

Sorry to be a pain but can I get an answer to the question about bitquark.conf location in Linux?

The bitquark.conf file is in a hidden folder, you can get to it and edit it by running the following command:

nano ~/.bitquark/bitquark.conf



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 22, 2014, 06:54:07 PM
THAT'S what I needed!

I always browse in Thunar or Nautilus with files unhidden. I see the new hidden directory created on first run of the wallet. I just never could find anywhere that stated where the .conf file should be placedfor Linux, only winblows. It makes sense where it is, I just wanted to be certain.

Thanks
Z


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 22, 2014, 08:58:34 PM
No problem sir!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 23, 2014, 03:02:05 PM
Any news about lazycoins or poloniex or new wallet or something else?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 23, 2014, 05:18:11 PM
Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php (http://107.170.17.20/index.php)

Looks good,

For the global hashrate calculation, I think, you should divde by 256 for quark algorithm.
and than, it will get the real number.

Such as

Diff : 233 x 16M / 30 sec = 124M



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 23, 2014, 06:20:21 PM
Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php (http://107.170.17.20/index.php)

Looks good,

For the global hashrate calculation, I think, you should divde by 256 for quark algorithm.
and than, it will get the real number.

Such as

Diff : 233 x 16M / 30 sec = 124M



Ok I fixed the network hashrate in the daemon, so now it should be giving the correct value :)
Thanks for the heads up mkimid


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 23, 2014, 08:39:08 PM
Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php (http://107.170.17.20/index.php)

Looks good,

For the global hashrate calculation, I think, you should divde by 256 for quark algorithm.
and than, it will get the real number.

Such as

Diff : 233 x 16M / 30 sec = 124M



Ok I fixed the network hashrate in the daemon, so now it should be giving the correct value :)
Thanks for the heads up mkimid

Quark is no more CPU only. It can be mined with GPU.
When I mine with i7-2600, i can get around 620kHs,
When I mine with 280x @1GHz, i can get around 3.2MHs,
So, I feel need to updates the intro and miner links,

And, how about apply a kind of anti-multi-pool or hit-and-run,

I feel some big hash is moving in and out depend on hash,
When Diff is low, they come and mining,
If diff is high, they leave to the other coin,

I feel it is the critical problem,
Because of it will reduce the practical rewards for the miner who is in this coin always,

Please consider it seriously,





Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 23, 2014, 08:46:05 PM
Yea the week before BTQ's launch, there was a GPU miner released. Before that you could only solo-mine with GPU. At least BTQ is still ASIC resistant :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on March 23, 2014, 09:42:06 PM
I think this p2pool is down.
 ???

http://btq.altcryptomining.com/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 24, 2014, 02:11:27 AM
here's another node you can add to your bitquark.conf file:

addnode=107.170.17.20:9108


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 24, 2014, 01:14:58 PM
I worked on the new website all weekend and I should have it ready sometime this week! :) Only have 4 pages left to finish up.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 24, 2014, 01:36:10 PM
I think this p2pool is down.
 ???

http://btq.altcryptomining.com/
This is routine for altcrypto. He/she really must not know what they're doing. I bailed from there completely weeks ago after their third strike. It was not a mistake.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 24, 2014, 08:43:41 PM
Vote for BTQ to be added to Nexxus, we are only 4 vote from first place https://features.nexxuscorp.com/coins


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 24, 2014, 09:23:09 PM
Vote for BTQ to be added to Nexxus, we are only 4 vote from first place https://features.nexxuscorp.com/coins
+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: derrend on March 24, 2014, 09:38:00 PM
You should take a look at Quarkbar (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488455.0), same quark algo only much rarer and uses kimotos gravity well for retargeting and the community is really starting to take off. Also ZERO premine like bitquark so it's also fair but with more advanced features :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 24, 2014, 10:42:24 PM
You should take a look at Quarkbar (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488455.0), same quark algo only much rarer and uses kimotos gravity well for retargeting and the community is really starting to take off. Also ZERO premine like bitquark so it's also fair but with more advanced features :)

Not sure how you say that QuarkBar is rare...I just mined over 50 QuarkBar coins at a pool in less than 5 mins with 3Mh/s. If you mine BTQ with 3Mh/s it will take you around 18 hours to mine 50 BTQ. So QuarkBar certainly isn't rare!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: superking123 on March 25, 2014, 12:19:27 AM
I think this p2pool is down.
 ???

http://btq.altcryptomining.com/
This is routine for altcrypto. He/she really must not know what they're doing. I bailed from there completely weeks ago after their third strike. It was not a mistake.

This is a pretty silly thing to say.

I manage multiple pools and have a full time job. Things break, and I fix them.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 25, 2014, 02:52:00 AM
I think this p2pool is down.
 ???

http://btq.altcryptomining.com/
This is routine for altcrypto. He/she really must not know what they're doing. I bailed from there completely weeks ago after their third strike. It was not a mistake.

This is a pretty silly thing to say.

I manage multiple pools and have a full time job. Things break, and I fix them.
Yes, that may have been a bit harsh. Please accept my apology. You cannot deny, however, that your pool does have a nasty habit of breaking about once every couple of weeks. I lost confidence after the third time and have not had similar problems with other pools. Even tonight looking at your pool stats, it's broken again. Nothing personal. Just the facts.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 25, 2014, 11:08:58 AM
You should take a look at Quarkbar (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488455.0), same quark algo only much rarer and uses kimotos gravity well for retargeting and the community is really starting to take off. Also ZERO premine like bitquark so it's also fair but with more advanced features :)

Major problem of QuarkBar is the block halving period, it has 2 weeks, it is extremely short ~
It is not rare, it just Insta Mined Coin,
I do not think it is fair

 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 25, 2014, 11:18:04 AM
You should take a look at Quarkbar (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488455.0), same quark algo only much rarer and uses kimotos gravity well for retargeting and the community is really starting to take off. Also ZERO premine like bitquark so it's also fair but with more advanced features :)

Not sure how you say that QuarkBar is rare...I just mined over 50 QuarkBar coins at a pool in less than 5 mins with 3Mh/s. If you mine BTQ with 3Mh/s it will take you around 18 hours to mine 50 BTQ. So QuarkBar certainly isn't rare!

Just compare the block halving, 2 weeks vs 4 years,
QB has too short and BTQ has too long,

Too short : most of coin will be finish within short time, same issues with the original Quark
Too long : there is no inflation control practically,

Anyway, KGW is a good thing, when I am mining BTQ, there are couple of sneaky miners,


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 25, 2014, 12:24:31 PM
I done some solo-mining yesterday on QB and was able to mine over 1200 in only a couple hours.

So what would be a good time span before halving? 2 years?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: derrend on March 25, 2014, 01:10:14 PM
Total amount of quarkbar will be mined in 3 years rather than original quarks 6 months then inflates at 1,051,200 new qb per year and with 7,221,941,060 people in the world right now that should keep it pretty rare, im sure the crypto community is only going to grow. (i realise onl a small fraction of earths population will be using crypto in the near future but i still think it will suffice)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 26, 2014, 04:32:56 AM
Just wanted to update everyone on the new website, It's about 95% complete...So it should be up and fully functional this week...possibly this Thursday!!! :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 26, 2014, 12:56:21 PM
I done some solo-mining yesterday on QB and was able to mine over 1200 in only a couple hours.

So what would be a good time span before halving? 2 years?

Just my personal opinion, I believe 1 year is the pretty good number for 3rd level coins
(1st : BTC, 2nd : LTC, 3rd : ..... )




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 26, 2014, 01:09:40 PM
I have a lot of dust in my wallet due to mining and now I can only send 4BTQ with fees how do I fix this.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 26, 2014, 01:13:45 PM
I have a lot of dust in my wallet due to mining and now I can only send 4BTQ with fees how do I fix this.

That's one of the draw backs from p2pool mining, because the amounts are so small and no fees are applied so the network has to make up for the non-fee transactions. That's one reason I was pushing so hard for a MPOS style pool.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 26, 2014, 01:24:38 PM
ah, so it seems the only way to fix my issue is to transfer all my btq to another wallet, and use the other wallet? would that be the only solution?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 26, 2014, 01:25:32 PM
ah, so it seems the only way to fix my issue is to transfer all my btq to another wallet, and use the other wallet? would that be the only solution?

I have heard that method works.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: juliett1986 on March 26, 2014, 01:32:29 PM
ah, so it seems the only way to fix my issue is to transfer all my btq to another wallet, and use the other wallet? would that be the only solution?

I also have this kind of doubt
Hope to give a clear answer
Thank you


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 26, 2014, 01:35:16 PM
So any plans for an android wallet :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: juliett1986 on March 26, 2014, 01:41:55 PM
Just got an email from Cryptsy.com! Here's what it said:

Thank you for letting me know about this coin!
I have added your coin to the list of coins our development team is
reviewing for addition to the cryptsy market.
 

Thank you,
Cryptsy.com


So it looks like we might be added to Cryptsy's exchange really soon!!!

Hope to join the cryptsy
I'm hopeful about it
Come on


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 26, 2014, 01:45:17 PM
would be nice, since c-cex taking forever for my sell order to complete


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 26, 2014, 01:47:57 PM
So any plans for an android wallet :D

Yea I have the source code now for the Android wallet, still looking through the code to see what all has to be done. I probably could use some help on it, so if anyone has any experience with making Android apps hit me up via email BitQuarkCoin@gmail.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 26, 2014, 01:50:53 PM
would be nice, since c-cex taking forever for my sell order to complete

Yea I'm hoping that BTQ will be on one of the major exchanges really soon as C-Cex doesn't have any volume/traffic, so most of the miners are holding out for a better exchange. We do have the dumpers who are selling cheap on C-Cex.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on March 26, 2014, 06:08:15 PM
ah, so it seems the only way to fix my issue is to transfer all my btq to another wallet, and use the other wallet? would that be the only solution?
We need coin control features.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 26, 2014, 07:27:39 PM
is the block explorer a little buggy for you guys? ,for bitquark


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 26, 2014, 07:53:26 PM
is the block explorer a little buggy for you guys? ,for bitquark

what block explorer are you using?
you can use this one that's going to be used for the main site http://107.170.17.20/blockexplorer.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 26, 2014, 08:05:39 PM
this one
http://zd.ldream.net:8080/bitquark/index.php

but the one you just linked me to works fine


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 27, 2014, 12:18:49 PM
is the block explorer a little buggy for you guys? ,for bitquark

what block explorer are you using?
you can use this one that's going to be used for the main site http://107.170.17.20/blockexplorer.php
Yes, I also tried using both block explorers listed at bitquark.info and neither one worked.

As far as dust is concerned, yes, that too is a problem. At least the fees are miniscule. I believe the reason is because, if there are no single deposits in your wallet equal to or greater than the amount you want to send, the wallet gathers up smaller deposit transactions to send as a single larger amount. If all those deposits are dust, the wallet needs to gather up a LOT of them. There must be a limit to the number of individual transactions the wallet can process for each send. If all your deposits are at least a few whole coins each then the wallet doesn't have to scrounge up all the tiny bits when you try to send larger amounts.

I swept all the dust out of my first wallet last night starting with 100 coin increments. By the time I was done the maximum send amount gradually fell to 0.75 BTQ. It took me all night to complete. What wallets really need is a DEFRAG tool! MPOS only for this guy from now on.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: porko on March 27, 2014, 08:27:27 PM
would be nice, since c-cex taking forever for my sell order to complete

Yea I'm hoping that BTQ will be on one of the major exchanges really soon as C-Cex doesn't have any volume/traffic, so most of the miners are holding out for a better exchange. We do have the dumpers who are selling cheap on C-Cex.

Good point. So what can be done about getting BTQ onto other exchanges? Can anyone point me to exchanges where there's a possibility that BTQ will be listed? Or any that have active votes on BTQ being listed?

Cheers.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 27, 2014, 11:23:51 PM
VOTE!

https://features.nexxuscorp.com/coins
https://cryptorush.in/index.php?p=vote

I forget what others.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 28, 2014, 12:13:21 AM
New BTQ website is now up and running! >> http://www.bitquark.info/index.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 28, 2014, 01:06:08 PM
Since the new website launch yesterday, I've noticed a big increase of mining going on at some pools. Some of which the total number of miners have doubled! This is definitely a good thing! More exposure!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: aiesecliyang1 on March 28, 2014, 01:22:08 PM
Will vote for this coin,and buy some,not very hot but still not bad.
maybe will go to the da moon one day.
Regards ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: gooby on March 28, 2014, 03:37:43 PM
I m mining and trying to talk with few people to build wallet. This is amazing...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 28, 2014, 04:54:52 PM
The price of BTQ on C-Cex.com has also went up today...it opened at 0.00001 BTC ($0.00505 USD) and is now at 0.0000843 BTC ($0.0426 USD)...That's an increase of almost 8.5 times the opening price!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 29, 2014, 01:44:24 AM
Well, it's a good thing you still have C-Cex to fall back on because pretty much nothing works at Lazy-Coins. :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 29, 2014, 01:48:05 AM
Well, it's a good thing you still have C-Cex to fall back on because pretty much nothing works at Lazy-Coins. :-\

I'm not sure what's up with LazyCoins. I think they are gradually adding coins, looks like they would go ahead and add all the ones they said they were going to add.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 29, 2014, 03:57:19 PM
well lazycoins launch hasn't been official yet, they said it might launch this month


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: flyaway2sky on March 29, 2014, 04:11:04 PM
Good, another cpu coin.
 BTQ has a block time of 30 seconds and block rewards of 2.5 BTQ per block.
Isn't it a little low?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 29, 2014, 05:49:27 PM
Good, another cpu coin.
 BTQ has a block time of 30 seconds and block rewards of 2.5 BTQ per block.
Isn't it a little low?

Actually it's not really that low. The same amount of coins are mined as with Bitcoin over a time span of 10 mins.
Bitcoin has a block time of 10 mins and generated 50 coins per block. BitQuark has a block time of 30 sec and generates 2.5 coins per block.
10 mins / 30 secs = 20 blocks
20 block * 2.5 BTQ = 50 BTQ's mined


So all in all the block rewards are the same as Bitcoin, but with a faster transaction time and the coins are more equally distributed.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on March 30, 2014, 12:57:34 AM
Yea I'm hoping that BTQ will be on one of the major exchanges really soon as C-Cex doesn't have any volume/traffic, so most of the miners are holding out for a better exchange. We do have the dumpers who are selling cheap on C-Cex.

lol i think I bought most of those... silly silly people.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 30, 2014, 12:19:15 PM
Yea I'm hoping that BTQ will be on one of the major exchanges really soon as C-Cex doesn't have any volume/traffic, so most of the miners are holding out for a better exchange. We do have the dumpers who are selling cheap on C-Cex.

lol i think I bought most of those... silly silly people.
I'll take 5-10K BTQ off your hands. Care to sell any?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 30, 2014, 02:15:01 PM
[WTS] 11000 (!) BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.8 BTC [very cheap]


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 30, 2014, 03:09:37 PM
[WTS] 11000 (!) BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.8 BTC [very cheap]
In your dreams. The current sell price is 0.17105000 BTC at C-Cex.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on March 30, 2014, 04:45:28 PM
people trying to dump bitquark already?  where can you spend bitquark on real stuff?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DubFX on March 30, 2014, 04:49:22 PM
people trying to dump bitquark already?  where can you spend bitquark on real stuff?

The answer is:
nowhere...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 30, 2014, 05:14:38 PM
people trying to dump bitquark already?  where can you spend bitquark on real stuff?

The answer is:
nowhere...
Exactly. So feel free to send all your worthless BTQ to me.  14bCPrVmJ8VupqTzmBxDFbNZ1i2rB9nGdG

I will dispose of it properly for you all.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DubFX on March 30, 2014, 05:17:20 PM
people trying to dump bitquark already?  where can you spend bitquark on real stuff?

The answer is:
nowhere...
Exactly. So feel free to send all your worthless BTQ to me.  14bCPrVmJ8VupqTzmBxDFbNZ1i2rB9nGdG

I will dispose of it properly for you all.
I'm sorry i already sold them all  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on March 30, 2014, 06:07:31 PM
people trying to dump bitquark already?  where can you spend bitquark on real stuff?

The answer is:
nowhere...

If you're intersted in actually spending your bitquarks on products check out the posts for EBT and FairQuark.  We're developing an online marketplace similar to craigslist where people are planning to sell their used items for a select few crypto-currencies.

We already have a few dedicated merchants with overstock items who will be listing daily once development is complete.  If there's enough interest and enough people want to sell items for bitquark we may consider listing it as well.

With over 300+ coins out there we're going to be very selective which coins will be accepted for goods so it needs to be a coin with vision, not just a coin created for speculative investment or as a trade up.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 30, 2014, 06:07:45 PM
people trying to dump bitquark already?  where can you spend bitquark on real stuff?


Still in the process of working on getting BTQ's accepted at outlets. BTQ is still young, just over a month old, so it will take some time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 30, 2014, 07:33:46 PM
So it looks like BlockChain.info is going to start up a new exchange. They sent me an email saying they would like to add BTQ to their exchange!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 30, 2014, 07:37:57 PM
So it looks like BlockChain.info is going to start up a new exchange. They sent me an email saying they would like to add BTQ to their exchange!
NICE!

BTW: IMHO it's time to strip altcryptomining as a valid pool from the bitquark.info website.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 30, 2014, 07:38:44 PM
So it looks like BlockChain.info is going to start up a new exchange. They sent me an email saying they would like to add BTQ to their exchange!
NICE!

BTW: IMHO it's time to strip altcryptomining as a valid pool from the bitquark.info website.

altcryptomining still down?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 30, 2014, 07:44:36 PM
BlockChain.info requires a 2 BTC buy in and they will be hosting only a few altcoins on their exchange. So what do you guys think about this???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 30, 2014, 07:51:53 PM
So it looks like BlockChain.info is going to start up a new exchange. They sent me an email saying they would like to add BTQ to their exchange!
NICE!

BTW: IMHO it's time to strip altcryptomining as a valid pool from the bitquark.info website.

altcryptomining still down?
Yes! It is still down! Looks like this time for the last time. This surprises you? It has consistently crashed at least once every two weeks since it started! Super Duper took offense to my remarks that he doesn't know what he's doing saying "Things break. I fix them."  Uh huh. History proves otherwise. Maybe this is the reason so many have drifted over to the MPOS pool? And we KNOW they won't go back.

I'm sorry i already sold them all  8)
Too bad. I predict you will soon regret that decision, as will all the other coin rapists out there. That's my 0.02BTQ. :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on March 30, 2014, 08:21:15 PM
BlockChain.info requires a 2 BTC buy in and they will be hosting only a few altcoins on their exchange. So what do you guys think about this???
I don't have much but I'll pitch in what I can!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 30, 2014, 08:41:27 PM
BlockChain.info requires a 2 BTC buy in and they will be hosting only a few altcoins on their exchange. So what do you guys think about this???
I don't have much but I'll pitch in what I can!

I talked to the admin of BlockChain.info and he informed me that they aren't making an exchange and that there is someone out there trying to scam people out of money by acting like they are part of BlockChain.info.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 31, 2014, 01:31:01 AM
BlockChain.info requires a 2 BTC buy in and they will be hosting only a few altcoins on their exchange. So what do you guys think about this???
I don't have much but I'll pitch in what I can!

I talked to the admin of BlockChain.info and he informed me that they aren't making an exchange and that there is someone out there trying to scam people out of money by acting like they are part of BlockChain.info.

I understand, anyway, thank you for the clearification


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ouchmefoot on March 31, 2014, 01:42:39 AM
Need an exchange with more volume e.g. Cryptsy, Mintpal, CryptoRush or even Poloniex.

Been voting at Mintpal, CryptoRush but we don't have the community size to make much of a dent unless someone wants to make a massive donation i.e. >6BTC to buy a place.

Cryptsy don't have BTQ in the voting list and Poloniex choose without voting (probably our best chance - poloniex@gmail.com).

Until then, I guess I'll keep mining and holding and hoping something happens :)



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 31, 2014, 01:47:11 AM
Need an exchange with more volume e.g. Cryptsy, Mintpal, CryptoRush or even Poloniex.

Been voting at Mintpal, CryptoRush but we don't have the community size to make much of a dent unless someone wants to make a massive donation i.e. >6BTC to buy a place.

Cryptsy don't have BTQ in the voting list and Poloniex choose without voting (probably our best chance - poloniex@gmail.com).

Until then, I guess I'll keep mining and holding and hoping something happens :)



I just sent Poloniex another email, hopefully they will get back with me soon! If I have to I will send them an email everyday til BTQ is added to their exchange! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 31, 2014, 02:17:47 AM
Need an exchange with more volume e.g. Cryptsy, Mintpal, CryptoRush or even Poloniex.

Been voting at Mintpal, CryptoRush but we don't have the community size to make much of a dent unless someone wants to make a massive donation i.e. >6BTC to buy a place.

Cryptsy don't have BTQ in the voting list and Poloniex choose without voting (probably our best chance - poloniex@gmail.com).

Until then, I guess I'll keep mining and holding and hoping something happens :)



Most important thing to success, it is the number of miner.
Without miners, the exchanges are useless.
Anyway, how make the miners are mining this coin ?
It is the problem what WE(not just devs) have to solve.
Miner will mine this coin when they feel  future value base on the activity of dev/community, and the current value of coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on March 31, 2014, 02:19:34 AM
Need an exchange with more volume e.g. Cryptsy, Mintpal, CryptoRush or even Poloniex.

Been voting at Mintpal, CryptoRush but we don't have the community size to make much of a dent unless someone wants to make a massive donation i.e. >6BTC to buy a place.

Cryptsy don't have BTQ in the voting list and Poloniex choose without voting (probably our best chance - poloniex@gmail.com).

Until then, I guess I'll keep mining and holding and hoping something happens :)



I just sent Poloniex another email, hopefully they will get back with me soon! If I have to I will send them an email everyday til BTQ is added to their exchange! :)

Really, appreciate your great support for this coin,m
Do you have any the other plan to make it noticeable ?
Maybe some kind of advanced or good functions ?
Just asking ^^


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 31, 2014, 03:32:26 AM
Right now I'm pretty much going at the development alone, so if any of you guys have any skills and want to jump on board just let me know. Here are just a few things I want to get going:
1) Get on a major exchange.
2) Get websites to accept BTQ as payments.
3) Develop a new wallet with lots of new features, much like the wallet that Particle was developing.
4) Paper wallet added to main website.
5) Pool added to main website.
6) Android wallet app.

Those are just a few things that I want to get going ASAP.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: exarena on March 31, 2014, 08:05:52 AM
BitQuark market has been added to https://exarena.net

Happy trading


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JerryThomas on March 31, 2014, 08:17:16 AM
how is this really different than quark itself?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on March 31, 2014, 08:32:52 AM
JerryThomas,

Vs. Quark

Positives: Less than 1/10 the projected total moneysupply, very small block rewards... no flash mine over 6 months.

Negatives: 1/10000 the following.

IMO

I love me some quark too but I have a shi+heap of those already. This one is just a fun to mine, buy cheap, wait and see.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on March 31, 2014, 08:35:58 AM

I'll take 5-10K BTQ off your hands. Care to sell any?

I only have 5k ish... Going to hold these. Thanks though. Just set some low orders over on the c-cex might score a few.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 31, 2014, 02:20:21 PM
BitQuark, a sleeping giant.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on March 31, 2014, 04:42:08 PM
Diff grows?  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on March 31, 2014, 06:44:45 PM
loving the cheap prices of btq on exarena :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 31, 2014, 06:47:06 PM
loving the cheap prices of btq on exarena :D

Yeah you better get them while they're cheap! I think once BTQ gets more exposure, you will see the price increase dramatically!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 31, 2014, 10:17:29 PM
Diff grows?  ???

The first week BTQ launched, the diff stayed between 1.2k - 2k so it's actually pretty low considering


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 31, 2014, 10:52:45 PM
Vote >>>>>  https://comkort.com/vote/#BTQ


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: STT on March 31, 2014, 11:00:23 PM
Quote
anyone can mine it without the need of  running expensive high-end hardware


Sounds good, I'll be setting this up later.  Which pool works best for UK


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on March 31, 2014, 11:23:12 PM
Quote
anyone can mine it without the need of  running expensive high-end hardware


Sounds good, I'll be setting this up later.  Which pool works best for UK

I have all the pools listed here >> http://www.bitquark.info/pools.php
Not sure which would be best for UK


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 01, 2014, 02:12:19 AM
Ok so I want to ask the BTQ community what do you guys want to see next with BTQ?? This way I will know what everyone wants first and I can concentrate on that item first.
- Android wallet
- More pools
- Paper wallet generator
etc...you guys pick...anything you can think of!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 01, 2014, 02:54:29 AM
android wallet


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 01, 2014, 11:11:05 PM
A wallet defrag function in the debug console would be most excellent!

As convenient as a wallet might be on your smart phone, I think it's a mistake. I am very leery of Android from the point of security, mainly because of who develops it and what other apps do to compromise it. IMHO it would be a horror story just waiting to happen.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 01, 2014, 11:46:59 PM
A wallet defrag function in the debug console would be most excellent!

As convenient as a wallet might be on your smart phone, I think it's a mistake. I am very leery of Android from the point of security, mainly because of who develops it and what other apps do to compromise it. IMHO it would be a horror story just waiting to happen.

I agree with you 100%!!! I don't use any Wallets on my phone. The security just isn't there and it's nothing for a cell phone to be hacked via bluetooth, web, etc and not to mention if you lose your phone!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on April 02, 2014, 04:10:40 AM
We need coin control features for sending. Especially for us p2pool miners..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 02, 2014, 04:20:27 AM
We need coin control features for sending. Especially for us p2pool miners..

As for the p2pool non-fee transactions, the pool operator has the option to setup a whether not to add a transaction fee...I know this is true for MPOS and I'm about 75% sure this is the same for P2Pool. So if the P2Pool operator allows the shares to have a transaction fee, this would eliminate the small transaction issues. I will look into this issue more and see what kind of solution I can come up with though!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 02, 2014, 02:16:19 PM
ye for the p2p pool if there was a way to set the payout manually instead of automatic, this would solve the dust problem, but I cant seem to find a way to contact then p2p site admin or w/e


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on April 02, 2014, 06:19:45 PM
Big problem is the rabbit miner,
They just jump in when lower diff, and increase Diff
And than jump out, and the consistent miner is mining at unreasonable high diff and reduce diff after the retarget time. And than, the rabbit miner jump in again.
This kind of situataion is keep repeating.
Even couple of months ago, the hash rate (moving in/out) is just 50Mhs, now, it has much higher than 100M
I think, a multi pools has devleopt ror quark algo.
Practically,  It makes lower efficiency for the consistent miner.
I wish this coin has better block retarget to resist that kind of sneaky miners.
It is very important early growing stage of coin,
I hope the devs are resolve this issue

updates,

 the cheating miner is jumpping between all quark coins, specially, FairQuark and BitQuark, C-note
only QuarkBar is free from the cheating miner now. becasue it has each block KGW retargeting,
for the 30s coins (less than 60s), the diff calculation is a kind of big challenges, and
this coin has pretty shorter retarget time, but, still in the issues.

If possible, I wish to make a good communcation between all quark hashing coin developer,
and prohibit this kind of unreasonable miners.

personally, I think, it is the best way for the future of coins.




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 03, 2014, 02:48:01 AM
The retargeting time is about every 10 mins (20 blocks * 30 secs), so the difficulty retargets fairly quick after these guys jump in and out of the pools. Even when the difficulty was at 1k - 2k, mining BTQ was still going pretty smooth. It's not unusual for 'quark' algo coins to have high difficulties as they recover quickly. BTQ has been at a steady block rate of 110 - 120 blocks mined every hour since we launched. I will look into different types of retargeting schemes and see which would be more appropriate for BTQ.

On another note, what do you guys know about Moolah.io / Prelude.io ??? I've been talking to them about adding BTQ to their site. It seems that Moolah.io is a type of payment gateway for merchants to accept BTQ as payments and Prelude.io, which is a sub-company of Moolah, is a site that you can trade BTQ for other coins and you can also trade BTQ/USD or USD/BTQ. So what do you guys think about adding BTQ to this site??? We would definitely need to increase volume and get site to accept BTQ as payment for service/goods!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on April 03, 2014, 03:23:13 AM
We need coin control features for sending. Especially for us p2pool miners..

As for the p2pool non-fee transactions, the pool operator has the option to setup a whether not to add a transaction fee...I know this is true for MPOS and I'm about 75% sure this is the same for P2Pool. So if the P2Pool operator allows the shares to have a transaction fee, this would eliminate the small transaction issues. I will look into this issue more and see what kind of solution I can come up with though!
Small transactions are just the way that p2pool works. Ive got no problem with that. What i mean by coin control is this kind of feature in the wallet that allows you to choose which amounts you have to spend while sending.

This thread has information about such a feature.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144331.0


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 03, 2014, 03:45:06 AM
We need coin control features for sending. Especially for us p2pool miners..

As for the p2pool non-fee transactions, the pool operator has the option to setup a whether not to add a transaction fee...I know this is true for MPOS and I'm about 75% sure this is the same for P2Pool. So if the P2Pool operator allows the shares to have a transaction fee, this would eliminate the small transaction issues. I will look into this issue more and see what kind of solution I can come up with though!
Small transactions are just the way that p2pool works. Ive got no problem with that. What i mean by coin control is this kind of feature in the wallet that allows you to choose which amounts you have to spend while sending.

This thread has information about such a feature.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144331.0

Hmm, interesting topic...I just downloaded the source code and I will look over it and see what it takes to add this feature into the BTQ Wallet!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 03, 2014, 11:24:57 AM
Quote
clean them up or send all change back to the origin address etc.
This is precisely what I mean my wallet defragging!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 03, 2014, 01:22:54 PM
The retargeting time is about every 10 mins (20 blocks * 30 secs), so the difficulty retargets fairly quick after these guys jump in and out of the pools. Even when the difficulty was at 1k - 2k, mining BTQ was still going pretty smooth. It's not unusual for 'quark' algo coins to have high difficulties as they recover quickly. BTQ has been at a steady block rate of 110 - 120 blocks mined every hour since we launched. I will look into different types of retargeting schemes and see which would be more appropriate for BTQ.

On another note, what do you guys know about Moolah.io / Prelude.io ??? I've been talking to them about adding BTQ to their site. It seems that Moolah.io is a type of payment gateway for merchants to accept BTQ as payments and Prelude.io, which is a sub-company of Moolah, is a site that you can trade BTQ for other coins and you can also trade BTQ/USD or USD/BTQ. So what do you guys think about adding BTQ to this site??? We would definitely need to increase volume and get site to accept BTQ as payment for service/goods!!!

This would be AWESOME.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 03, 2014, 04:45:38 PM
Mobile wallet...I know...security issues, but if I show up at a merchant who actually accepts BTQ, how can I pay for the goods?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 04, 2014, 11:32:34 AM
Mobile wallet...I know...security issues, but if I show up at a merchant who actually accepts BTQ, how can I pay for the goods?
Ultimately you are correct. If crypto is ever to gain widespread public acceptance in the marketplace, we will need an Android wallet. I just don't think that is a top priority at the moment.

As far as coin control goes, after skimming through that thread it looks like (after much infighting, name calling and throwing rotten tomatoes at each other) bitcoin devs rolled it into 0.9. I will download and play with it tonight after work.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 04, 2014, 03:11:25 PM
Ok so I want to do something different with BTQ's economics. Crypto currencies are suppose to be an alternative to fiat, correct??? So why are people still linking crypto's to fiat??? I want BTQ to sever this link. I say screw the exchanges, they will eventually catchup with BTQ. I say we, the BTQ community, set a price for BTQ based on supply, demand, and utility. For a currency to succeed, we need to have faith in that currency! So we need to start the revolution of decentralizing crypto's from fiat!!! What I mean by this is if you have an item you want to trade for BTQ, like for example you have a camera and you think it is worth 250 BTQ then sell it for that amount. The market will eventually catchup and make its correction to the true value of a currency.

SO what do you guys think about this?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 04, 2014, 07:53:46 PM
true, but there are still people who are going to want to use the fiat route, as for btq I supposed not linking it to fiat would be best, such as linking it to only cryptocurrencies on the exchanges, then again some people will still convert back to fiat, due to the volatility, but once cryptos volatility starts to die down its use will begin to be widely accepted


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 04, 2014, 10:24:20 PM
Oooohh, I get to be part of a sub-culture! I LIKE IT!  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 04, 2014, 11:30:24 PM
I think Bill Still just hit the ball out the park on just what I'm talking about! >>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rynx980F3H8


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 05, 2014, 01:40:01 PM
A friend of mine pretty heavy into cryptos with numerous mining rigs thought he had a really bright idea to create just such a crypto. Then I pointed him to this very video. Needless to say he fell silent. ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 06, 2014, 12:54:52 PM
Doesn't this just give you a warm fuzzy all over?

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz218/zerofossilfuel/57746f3f-93bc-4a20-afb2-7483dc92218e.png (http://s829.photobucket.com/user/zerofossilfuel/media/57746f3f-93bc-4a20-afb2-7483dc92218e.png.html)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 06, 2014, 04:49:18 PM
And that is why I NEVER keep my coins on an exchange!!! So I guess what I read a couple weeks ago was true about that exchange!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 07, 2014, 01:31:45 AM
And that is why I NEVER keep my coins on an exchange!!!
Ditto!

Okay, throwing a question out here. Please forgive me if this is not the correct place to post it. Over the last several days I've been tinkering with cluster mining (2 or more computers mining on a local network all pointed to the IP of the PC with the wallet being mined into). PC1 has the wallet and runs sph-sgminer 4.1.0. Other PCs on the network run minerd pointed at PC1. There seems to be a limit of 4 total connections to the wallet server daemon,

loopback of sgminer on PC1 plus 3 other computers running minerd pointed at PC1, or
lookpack of sgminer on PC1 plus loopback of minerd on PC1 plus 2 other computers running minerd pointed at PC1.

Any time I exceed that limit the additional computers return json_rpc_call failed. Even 4 total is pushing it as it sometimes causes sgminer to sit and wait for work from pool 0. Three wallet server clients seems to be the max stable limit.

Am I alone with this problem?

Z


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 07, 2014, 06:04:39 PM
SUPER SALE 10000 BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.49 BTC [very cheap]
Only a fool will pay you 40% more for a crypto that they can buy right now at C-Cex at 0.35 BTC. I'll give you 0.2 BTC for 10000 BTQ [very generous]


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 08, 2014, 03:51:40 AM
The hashrate has really fallen off today...whats up guys??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 09, 2014, 12:43:11 AM
Working on a couple of updates for the wallet and it should be available soon for download.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 09, 2014, 02:04:27 AM
New BitQuark-qt v0.8.3.8 >> http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r15-Windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r15-Windows.zip)
Added Auto-solo Mining control.
     Settings -> Options -> Mining

I'll have the Linux qt update soon and I'll also have the source code uploaded to github tomorrow.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 09, 2014, 02:59:32 AM
A bug in OpenSSL, used by Bitcoin-Qt/Bitcoin Core, could allow your bitcoins to be stolen. Immediately updating Bitcoin Core to 0.9.1 is required in some cases, especially if you're using 0.9.0.
Does this apply to the Bitquark wallet in any way?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 09, 2014, 03:02:52 AM
Just uploaded the new binary and it uses OpenSSL 1.0.1g (fixes recently discovered vulnerability). So if you have download the new update before this post, redownload it.

I updated the OpenSSL just to be safe.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 09, 2014, 03:23:52 AM
This is a mandatory update!!!
Ok the source is now uploaded to GitHub
https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r15-master (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r15-master)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 09, 2014, 12:44:54 PM
thx


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 10, 2014, 04:27:16 PM
was just about to ask about this... thx


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 10, 2014, 04:56:51 PM
You're welcome guys!

Has anyone had trouble compiling from the updated source on Linux systems?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 11, 2014, 02:49:35 AM
for some reason every time I upload to github my net.cpp file gets changed. So make this change in the src/net.cpp line19 -24 by adding miniupnpc/

 

#ifdef USE_UPNP
#include <miniupnpc/miniwget.h>
#include <miniupnpc/miniupnpc.h>
#include <miniupnpc/upnpcommands.h>
#include <miniupnpc/upnperrors.h>
#endif


You may also need to change file permissions on the source code
chmod -R 777 BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r15-master

I also rebuilt the Leveldb *.a files


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cinnamon_carter on April 11, 2014, 04:06:53 AM
Anyone hitting this with the gpu builds of sg miner ? 

I was thinking of 'testing' it , coin appears to be clone of quark in code base (not distribution model) correct ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 11, 2014, 04:09:29 AM
Yes BTQ is a quark algorithm coin. I've been solo-mining with sg miner and I'm knocking out around 100 - 150 blocks a day @ 7Mh/s


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 11, 2014, 02:06:17 PM
Yes BTQ is a quark algorithm coin. I've been solo-mining with sg miner and I'm knocking out around 100 - 150 blocks a day @ 7Mh/s
That's all? I'm hitting those marks with only one card @2.1Mh/s!  Can't wait until I get more cards up and running on the new mobo!  :P

BTW: I've been learning more than I want to know about this new "heartbeat" bug. This explains a lot. I've got money that says the NSA paid some developers off to insert this bug back in December 2011 and THAT'S how they've been eavesdropping on us. Now that it's exposed, hackers are having a field day! How to we prevent this kind of infiltration again?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 11, 2014, 06:05:28 PM
http://btq.mine-pool.net/

Down?
Edit: Nvm just needed to reboot my PC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 12, 2014, 01:50:43 AM
Only one down for the count is http://btq.altcryptomining.com/  Looks like for good this time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on April 12, 2014, 03:08:07 PM
SUPER SALE 10000 BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.29 BTC [very cheap]


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoBat on April 12, 2014, 10:48:37 PM
Guys lets send some tweets to BigVern to create a voting pole for Bitquark.
Already sent the tweet, lets get the ball rolling ;)



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoBat on April 12, 2014, 11:13:39 PM
Looking to buy some Bitquark, PM me with serious offers, I dont take bullshit too kindly  :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 13, 2014, 04:03:54 AM
Tweet sent! :) I also emailed them!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 13, 2014, 05:21:48 AM
Just an FYI... BTQ plug http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/home.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 13, 2014, 05:31:21 AM
Just an FYI... BTQ plug http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/home.php


oh kool that's awesome! I will add a link on bitquark.info


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cinnamon_carter on April 13, 2014, 07:25:01 AM
ok thanks , ill compile your client tomorrow and give it a 'sunday shot'   


I had a chance to test their great work on simple inflation coin and it is outstanding,


have not had a chance to test my sole 7970 on the 'quark' family yet, so your coin looks like a great choice..... cheers....


Yes BTQ is a quark algorithm coin. I've been solo-mining with sg miner and I'm knocking out around 100 - 150 blocks a day @ 7Mh/s


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 13, 2014, 01:51:37 PM
Just an FYI... BTQ plug http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/home.php


oh kool that's awesome! I will add a link on bitquark.info
It's been 4 hours! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR! LOL!!!  Hmmm, on second thought, there are errors popping up on that site. It appears to not quite be ready for prime time, but the concept is great! I hope they can work out the bugs quickly. We need this!

No, seriously, this is exactly what you were saying earlier about markets entirely separate from fiat currencies, users assigning the value and forcing, er, uh, "letting", yeah that's it, "letting" exchanges get in line after the fact. This needs to go up right away. Your menu bar is getting cramped for space. May be time to consider some javascript flyout menus.

You should also be updating the news links more regularly. I would slide the tweet window up in place of the news panel on the home page and put that content on the News page. Another 0.02 BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on April 13, 2014, 03:25:47 PM
https://c-cex.com/?id=giveaway

FREE BTQ  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 13, 2014, 04:50:51 PM
https://c-cex.com/?id=giveaway

FREE BTQ  ;D
Wow! 2 whole BitQuark! This should give everyone some sort of idea how BTQ value stacks up against other cryptos.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on April 13, 2014, 08:13:48 PM
no block source available...
how to repair?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 13, 2014, 09:21:21 PM
no block source available...
how to repair?

Here's my 'getpeerinfo', try adding some of the IP's to your bitquark.conf file:

{
"addr" : "5.9.158.79:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 1599715,
"bytesrecv" : 952465,
"conntime" : 1397340716,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 127909,
"banscore" : 0,
"syncnode" : true
},
{
"addr" : "62.75.167.48:47541",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423939,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 788958,
"bytesrecv" : 463667,
"conntime" : 1397340722,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 127910,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.210.125.140:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423966,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 722038,
"bytesrecv" : 2483880,
"conntime" : 1397340728,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 127910,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "184.154.116.146:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 1408339,
"bytesrecv" : 1378974,
"conntime" : 1397340900,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 127919,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "85.25.195.74:45812",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423932,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 1299019,
"bytesrecv" : 470925,
"conntime" : 1397342062,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 127944,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "88.87.84.170:50214",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 1945543,
"bytesrecv" : 1508559,
"conntime" : 1397346145,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128062,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "107.170.17.20:34477",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 1307468,
"bytesrecv" : 1098502,
"conntime" : 1397346259,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128066,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.210.178.237:37988",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423932,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 951072,
"bytesrecv" : 806441,
"conntime" : 1397349991,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128164,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "69.123.197.209:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 1332488,
"bytesrecv" : 1230834,
"conntime" : 1397357115,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 128383,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "162.72.179.146:52410",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423918,
"bytessent" : 341222,
"bytesrecv" : 96708,
"conntime" : 1397358802,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128435,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "[2001:470:1f11:7d:225:90ff:fe89:5335]:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 1034663,
"bytesrecv" : 1284912,
"conntime" : 1397359166,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 128450,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "97.85.247.23:49991",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423932,
"bytessent" : 766487,
"bytesrecv" : 969546,
"conntime" : 1397360026,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128472,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.210.113.211:52082",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423937,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 1214971,
"bytesrecv" : 598284,
"conntime" : 1397360078,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128472,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "[2a01:4f8:190:514e::2]:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 1256941,
"bytesrecv" : 1056903,
"conntime" : 1397360458,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 128484,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "71.235.216.177:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 825274,
"bytesrecv" : 1396094,
"conntime" : 1397361254,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 128510,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.210.162.235:53690",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 1328684,
"bytesrecv" : 922423,
"conntime" : 1397362767,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128554,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "64.132.73.186:55650",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 708766,
"bytesrecv" : 863383,
"conntime" : 1397363525,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128581,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "71.235.216.177:44654",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 617613,
"bytesrecv" : 1173512,
"conntime" : 1397365184,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128634,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "27.158.190.176:63430",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 604575,
"bytesrecv" : 617989,
"conntime" : 1397366511,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128670,
"banscore" : 20
},
{
"addr" : "121.223.179.151:56993",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423933,
"bytessent" : 384059,
"bytesrecv" : 844071,
"conntime" : 1397371632,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128822,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "64.132.73.186:51825",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 711837,
"bytesrecv" : 842001,
"conntime" : 1397375331,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 128942,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "98.119.203.187:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 466288,
"bytesrecv" : 945463,
"conntime" : 1397382482,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 129150,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "84.50.143.252:50940",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423968,
"bytessent" : 473199,
"bytesrecv" : 813914,
"conntime" : 1397389690,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 129359,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "173.48.192.209:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397419402,
"bytessent" : 334080,
"bytesrecv" : 640532,
"conntime" : 1397393864,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 129497,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "72.200.202.49:56274",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 885810,
"bytesrecv" : 523260,
"conntime" : 1397396782,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 339,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "81.82.235.54:11255",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423966,
"bytessent" : 536364,
"bytesrecv" : 241298,
"conntime" : 1397399875,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 129681,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "74.207.189.1:57652",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 6195575,
"bytesrecv" : 582209,
"conntime" : 1397409456,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 15631,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "2.125.246.129:56098",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 183788,
"bytesrecv" : 140403,
"conntime" : 1397416183,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 130177,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.65.196.10:61930",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423968,
"bytessent" : 127522,
"bytesrecv" : 130775,
"conntime" : 1397418347,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 130244,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "91.53.163.32:56606",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 96220,
"bytesrecv" : 91761,
"conntime" : 1397419796,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 129705,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "217.210.10.161:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 74967,
"bytesrecv" : 59305,
"conntime" : 1397421771,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 130338,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "117.21.227.247:9596",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423967,
"bytessent" : 32690,
"bytesrecv" : 66505,
"conntime" : 1397422210,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 130352,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "151.74.205.131:12347",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423968,
"bytessent" : 27874,
"bytesrecv" : 6392,
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"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 130388,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "95.190.210.48:37533",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423969,
"bytessent" : 23107,
"bytesrecv" : 6093,
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"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.8/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 130399,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "74.138.244.79:55705",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1397423967,
"lastrecv" : 1397423756,
"bytessent" : 577,
"bytesrecv" : 126,
"conntime" : 1397423756,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.3.7/",
"inbound" : true,
"startingheight" : 130066,
"banscore" : 0
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 14, 2014, 04:08:52 AM
https://c-cex.com/?id=giveaway

FREE BTQ  ;D
Wow! 2 whole BitQuark! This should give everyone some sort of idea how BTQ value stacks up against other cryptos.

2 BTQ...that's about $80 USD right?  ;D ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 14, 2014, 04:21:07 AM
Just an FYI... BTQ plug http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/home.php


oh kool that's awesome! I will add a link on bitquark.info
It's been 4 hours! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR! LOL!!!  Hmmm, on second thought, there are errors popping up on that site. It appears to not quite be ready for prime time, but the concept is great! I hope they can work out the bugs quickly. We need this!

No, seriously, this is exactly what you were saying earlier about markets entirely separate from fiat currencies, users assigning the value and forcing, er, uh, "letting", yeah that's it, "letting" exchanges get in line after the fact. This needs to go up right away. Your menu bar is getting cramped for space. May be time to consider some javascript flyout menus.

You should also be updating the news links more regularly. I would slide the tweet window up in place of the news panel on the home page and put that content on the News page. Another 0.02 BTQ.

#BTCFleaMarket  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 14, 2014, 11:23:43 AM
Vote >> https://altoutlet.com/vote/BTQ


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 14, 2014, 11:49:08 AM
Nice!  Another place to spend Alt Coins!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 15, 2014, 01:30:22 AM
Ok guys, we need to get BTQ more exposure. So what can we do to get more people interested in BitQuark??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 15, 2014, 01:44:21 AM
This is a cool little add-on for any GPU miner. It controls you cards from overheating and give all kinds of cool stats and best of all its FREE!! You can download it here >>> http://coinmyne.com/software/cgwatcher/
just add --api-listen --api-allow W:127.0.0.1 to your cgminer or sgminer command line


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 15, 2014, 03:50:50 AM
Ok guys, we need to get BTQ more exposure. So what can we do to get more people interested in BitQuark??

More infrastructure, ways to earn/spend it and more news/marketing.  Very few people (comparatively speaking) use Bitcoins let alone any of the 300+ altcoins out there including BTQ.

More and more mainstream merchants are beginning to adopt bitcoin technology, but right now it's still all speculation and lately all the news about bitcoin is bad (price drops, ponzi, MtGox, hacks, etc.) so even interest in Bitcoin is dropping for the average person.

Right now there are only two ways to get bitcoins, either buy them on an unregulated exchange or mine them.  The only way to get an altcoin (BTQ or any of the others) is to mine, or buy bitcoins and trade down for an altcoin, so again, too much work for the average person and the only people into it are tech heads or speculative investors who don't care about the coin or helping to change the world from fiats to digital currencies, just about quick profits.

Sounds bleak, I know...but that's reality.

Ask yourself this, what can I buy with bitcoins or even bitquarks that I can't already buy with the $50 bucks I have in my pocket?  How easy is it to buy a pack of smokes with bitquark versus dollars?  How easy is it to earn dollars vs. how easy is it to earn bitquark?

Now from a miners point of view, it's free money.  Maybe a little, maybe a lot depending on the profitability of the coin and electricity costs.  From a speculative traders point of view it's quick money, maybe a little, maybe a lot depending on the profitability of the coin.  But still from the average Joe's point of view, it's a mission to do anything with these coins.

We need people to want BTQ.  We need people to say, "damn I wish I had some BTQ."  Until hookers start giving BJ's for BTQ (*cough* mobile wallet *cough*) just keep on doing grass roots, spreading the good word and building up the infrastructure.

* Publish new feeds and press releases (google free press releases)
* Ask your friend who owns a restaurant/bar to put up a sign that says "BTQ promotion - small fry for only 7 BTQ
* Give 10 BTQ to your best buddy for his birthday
* Call a few businesses and ask if they accept BTQ
* Get it on more exchanges
* Get more retailers to accept it
* Make some videos like EBT, Quark, Bitcoin
* Put up some faucet sites that anyone can use


The coin seems well built, the coin dev is very active.  Keep having faith and remember it took Bitcoin 3 years to get where they are with no competition and if it hadn't been for the Silk Road they'd never be this popular.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: alex21 on April 15, 2014, 07:10:43 AM
Hi all,

we opened new pool: http://btq.air-pool.net/
RBPPS, 1% fee

Welcome!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 15, 2014, 11:38:18 PM
Hi all,

we opened new pool: http://btq.air-pool.net/
RBPPS, 1% fee

Welcome!
Nice! We need more pools. Maybe the dev can give you Altctypto's spot. ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on April 16, 2014, 11:05:20 AM
A rep from our design team should be contacting the BTQ devs soon regarding logo usage in the marketplace.

No idea on the size of the BTQ community, but our mobile development team is working with other mobile developers on an app for crypto currencies.  Think treasure hunt.  It only makes sense for larger communities, but wouldn't it be nice to know you're not the only person within 100 miles that uses BTQ?

Would something like this be of interest to the BTQ community?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 16, 2014, 12:33:56 PM
Hi all,

we opened new pool: http://btq.air-pool.net/
RBPPS, 1% fee

Welcome!

I' just added this mining pool to bitquark.info/pools.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 16, 2014, 12:40:27 PM
Ok guys, we need to get BTQ more exposure. So what can we do to get more people interested in BitQuark??

More infrastructure, ways to earn/spend it and more news/marketing.  Very few people (comparatively speaking) use Bitcoins let alone any of the 300+ altcoins out there including BTQ.

More and more mainstream merchants are beginning to adopt bitcoin technology, but right now it's still all speculation and lately all the news about bitcoin is bad (price drops, ponzi, MtGox, hacks, etc.) so even interest in Bitcoin is dropping for the average person.

Right now there are only two ways to get bitcoins, either buy them on an unregulated exchange or mine them.  The only way to get an altcoin (BTQ or any of the others) is to mine, or buy bitcoins and trade down for an altcoin, so again, too much work for the average person and the only people into it are tech heads or speculative investors who don't care about the coin or helping to change the world from fiats to digital currencies, just about quick profits.

Sounds bleak, I know...but that's reality.

Ask yourself this, what can I buy with bitcoins or even bitquarks that I can't already buy with the $50 bucks I have in my pocket?  How easy is it to buy a pack of smokes with bitquark versus dollars?  How easy is it to earn dollars vs. how easy is it to earn bitquark?

Now from a miners point of view, it's free money.  Maybe a little, maybe a lot depending on the profitability of the coin and electricity costs.  From a speculative traders point of view it's quick money, maybe a little, maybe a lot depending on the profitability of the coin.  But still from the average Joe's point of view, it's a mission to do anything with these coins.

We need people to want BTQ.  We need people to say, "damn I wish I had some BTQ."  Until hookers start giving BJ's for BTQ (*cough* mobile wallet *cough*) just keep on doing grass roots, spreading the good word and building up the infrastructure.

* Publish new feeds and press releases (google free press releases)
* Ask your friend who owns a restaurant/bar to put up a sign that says "BTQ promotion - small fry for only 7 BTQ
* Give 10 BTQ to your best buddy for his birthday
* Call a few businesses and ask if they accept BTQ
* Get it on more exchanges
* Get more retailers to accept it
* Make some videos like EBT, Quark, Bitcoin
* Put up some faucet sites that anyone can use


The coin seems well built, the coin dev is very active.  Keep having faith and remember it took Bitcoin 3 years to get where they are with no competition and if it hadn't been for the Silk Road they'd never be this popular.



You are right!
I've been looking into building a mobile wallet, but I don't have any experience in making mobile apps. Do you guys know anybody with experience in this field? I have a couple of different mobile wallet source codes on my PC.

Sorry it took me so long to respond to posts over the past couple days, had to have my gallbladder removed and I feel like I've been hit by a Mac truck cuz of the surgery lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 16, 2014, 12:41:22 PM
A rep from our design team should be contacting the BTQ devs soon regarding logo usage in the marketplace.

No idea on the size of the BTQ community, but our mobile development team is working with other mobile developers on an app for crypto currencies.  Think treasure hunt.  It only makes sense for larger communities, but wouldn't it be nice to know you're not the only person within 100 miles that uses BTQ?

Would something like this be of interest to the BTQ community?

This definitely might be something we would be interested in. What do you think guys??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 16, 2014, 02:58:33 PM
Regarding the new mining pool http://btq.air-pool.net/, I can't seem to GPU mine it, I keep getting rejected share above target error, anyone know a fix for this, or can link me to working settings, this also happens other places for me


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 16, 2014, 03:00:25 PM
Sounds like an awesome idea. The flea market.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 16, 2014, 03:43:46 PM
Regarding the new mining pool http://btq.air-pool.net/, I can't seem to GPU mine it, I keep getting rejected share above target error, anyone know a fix for this, or can link me to working settings, this also happens other places for me

Try this one, it's the one I use and it has the correct settings so the shares are accepted
http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/sgminer-4.1.0-g9dc6e_windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/sgminer-4.1.0-g9dc6e_windows.zip)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 16, 2014, 03:59:30 PM
Want BTQ's??? Tweet @BitQuarkCoin #BitQuark is the best crypto! a long with your BTQ address and I will send you some BTQ's!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 16, 2014, 05:16:44 PM
Tweeted ,^^.
here's my BTQ:1BwKhBZpLK6M5oZkTJUeFvvgiDRT3NM4TD


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 16, 2014, 05:53:09 PM
Regarding the new mining pool http://btq.air-pool.net/, I can't seem to GPU mine it, I keep getting rejected share above target error, anyone know a fix for this, or can link me to working settings, this also happens other places for me

Try this one, it's the one I use and it has the correct settings so the shares are accepted
http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/sgminer-4.1.0-g9dc6e_windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/sgminer-4.1.0-g9dc6e_windows.zip)

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 17, 2014, 01:49:41 AM
Regarding the new mining pool http://btq.air-pool.net/, I can't seem to GPU mine it, I keep getting rejected share above target error, anyone know a fix for this, or can link me to working settings, this also happens other places for me

Try this one, it's the one I use and it has the correct settings so the shares are accepted
http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/sgminer-4.1.0-g9dc6e_windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/sgminer-4.1.0-g9dc6e_windows.zip)

Thanks!
First be sure you're running the latest and greatest sph-sgminer 4.1.153. There's been a lot of bug fixes lately. Then try adding "--difficulty-multiplier 256" to the string.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 17, 2014, 02:10:59 AM
500 BTQ bounty for a BitQuark Paper Wallet site.
1,000 BTQ bounty for a BitQuark Android Wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on April 17, 2014, 03:17:36 AM
Does BTQ have a Facebook Fan Page?  I'm old and I yell at children all day to get off of my lawn so I'm too tired to look it up.

I mentioned in some other topics there's still a great deal of back end coding to do but here's a quick screenshot of the mobile concept:

https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/t1.0-9/1175338_654375084615589_2863102462448418272_n.jpg

m.cryptofleamarket.com

We'll eventually need testers.  Current it looks correct on a number of mobile phones/browsers, but a few don't display the shell correctly.  Like I said, there's still a lot to do.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 17, 2014, 03:21:34 AM
Yea here's the link to BTQ's Facebook page...just started it up a couple days ago.
https://www.facebook.com/BitQuarkBTQ

Once you get the page up and going with all the bugs out, I will add it to BitQuark.info


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 19, 2014, 04:53:11 AM
BTQ is up for voting at altoutlet.com

Let's see if we can get it accepted!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 19, 2014, 01:20:19 PM
BTQ is up for voting at altoutlet.com

Let's see if we can get it accepted!
I've got 4 separate IP's I can vote from, cable, air card and 2 cell phones. BTQ will get 8 votes/day from me! Also leveraging all of my IP's at https://comkort.com/vote/#BTQ every hour!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on April 19, 2014, 04:29:38 PM
81.84850000 BTQ = $1 USD

818.485 BTQ = $10 USD

8,184.5 BTQ = $100 USD

Sourced from our rate engine for the Crypto Flea Market which averages the BTQ price across multiple sources. 

The BAD:  The BTQ price is primarily averaged between the BTQ-BTC and BTQ-USD trades going on at C-Cex.com and is based on limited trading.  Once BTQ gets wider circulation and is adopted by more exchanges and sites publishing pricing data our engines $1 USD rate will be a little more trustworthy and stable.

The GOOD:  Even though the price is based on limited trading and limited sources, it shows that those with it aren't dumping cheap or trying to get out as with so many of the other alt-coins out there.



   


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on April 19, 2014, 05:31:19 PM
Actually, hashrate is going up slowly, due to the delisted issued of the other coin,
So, hopper miners are fixed on this coin, i guess


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 19, 2014, 08:54:38 PM
81.84850000 BTQ = $1 USD

8.18485 BTQ = $10 USD

0.81845 BTQ = $100 USD

Sourced from our rate engine for the Crypto Flea Market which averages the BTQ price across multiple sources. 

The BAD:  The BTQ price is primarily averaged between the BTQ-BTC and BTQ-USD trades going on at C-Cex.com and is based on limited trading.  Once BTQ gets wider circulation and is adopted by more exchanges and sites publishing pricing data our engines $1 USD rate will be a little more trustworthy and stable.

The GOOD:  Even though the price is based on limited trading and limited sources, it shows that those with it aren't dumping cheap or trying to get out as with so many of the other alt-coins out there.

   

The true miners know that this coin isn't as easy to come by like many of the others and that is why they are holding on to them and not dumping them on exchanges at low prices. Once the community grows and BTQ is accepted at more exchanges and outlets, you will see a significant rise in BTQ/BTC and BTQ/USD prices! So to all the miners, just hang in there and keep doing what you are doing and remember, Rome wasn't built in a day!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 20, 2014, 01:39:07 AM
So it looks like BitQuark will be included in the newest update of BAMT...you can read more about it here >>> https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=17659.msg157314#msg157314 (https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=17659.msg157314#msg157314)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 20, 2014, 02:17:59 AM
Ok we need to make some video's about BitQuark, much like this one here >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrNnrvet7Ao which explains what Quarkcoin is. Do we have anybody good at making videos in our community??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 21, 2014, 01:39:29 AM
Just want to catch everyone up on what I've been working on. Just completed and compiled the new BitQuark-Qt with the "Coin Control" feature added. I will release this update as soon as beta testing is completed.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 21, 2014, 01:42:38 AM
SWEET! CAN I BETA TEST? HUH? CAN I CAN I?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 21, 2014, 01:43:45 AM
Already sent you the link...check your email lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 21, 2014, 10:15:34 PM
SWEET! CAN I BETA TEST? HUH? CAN I CAN I?

So how's the testing coming along on your end sir?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on April 22, 2014, 01:06:34 PM
Just want to catch everyone up on what I've been working on. Just completed and compiled the new BitQuark-Qt with the "Coin Control" feature added. I will release this update as soon as beta testing is completed.

Could explain what is 'Coin Control' ?
So, interesting ^^


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 22, 2014, 02:20:22 PM
SWEET! CAN I BETA TEST? HUH? CAN I CAN I?

So how's the testing coming along on your end sir?
I never saw your email. :(

Also, what's up with Air-pool? Looks like payouts have stopped and everyone has bailed?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 22, 2014, 02:25:18 PM
SWEET! CAN I BETA TEST? HUH? CAN I CAN I?

So how's the testing coming along on your end sir?
I never saw your email. :(

Also, what's up with Air-pool? Looks like payouts have stopped and everyone has bailed?

Not sure why you didn't get the email...sent it to your gmail account. Here's the download link to the beta test http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-CoinControl-BetaTest.zip

Air-pool hasn't had much traffic, every time I go on there, there's only 2 or 3 miners.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 22, 2014, 06:39:48 PM
Just want to catch everyone up on what I've been working on. Just completed and compiled the new BitQuark-Qt with the "Coin Control" feature added. I will release this update as soon as beta testing is completed.

Could explain what is 'Coin Control' ?
So, interesting ^^


Coin Control is a new feature for advanced users that allows manual control over coin selection. Every time that you receive coins, a new unspent output is added to the wallet. These outputs (“coins”) are combined as necessary for outgoing payments. Normally this selection process happens automatically and outside control of the user. With Coin Control, the user can select which unspent outputs to use as inputs to an transaction. It also makes it possible to control to which address the change will go.

Exercising manual control over coin selection allows for a degree of privacy by controlling which coins are used together, and thus what a third party looking at the block chain will see. It also gives insight into the inner workings of BitQuark, such as the fee computation and the size of transactions which is nice for educational value.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 22, 2014, 10:04:49 PM
My mistake. They're 6 hours ahead. Still, their other pools had more activity before too. Looks like everyone got out of Dodge.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 22, 2014, 10:26:52 PM
Just want to catch everyone up on what I've been working on. Just completed and compiled the new BitQuark-Qt with the "Coin Control" feature added. I will release this update as soon as beta testing is completed.

Could explain what is 'Coin Control' ?
So, interesting ^^


Coin Control is a new feature for advanced users that allows manual control over coin selection. Every time that you receive coins, a new unspent output is added to the wallet. These outputs (“coins”) are combined as necessary for outgoing payments. Normally this selection process happens automatically and outside control of the user. With Coin Control, the user can select which unspent outputs to use as inputs to an transaction. It also makes it possible to control to which address the change will go.

Exercising manual control over coin selection allows for a degree of privacy by controlling which coins are used together, and thus what a third party looking at the block chain will see. It also gives insight into the inner workings of BitQuark, such as the fee computation and the size of transactions which is nice for educational value.


This would be great for POS coins to control FIFO/FILO for staking.  BTQ isn't POS is it?  At any rate, it's one more thing to distinguish BTQ from the other QRK clones.

BTQ jumped up in price significantly today.  Went from 86 BTQ for a $1 this morning to 68 BTQ for a $1 as of now.  I now officially own about $30 worth of BTQ!  That's part of the reason I want that flea market guy to finish up.  I have crap mining gear and hash rates, but if I have an opportunity to sell stuff for BTQ and people are willing to buy it, I'm all in.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 23, 2014, 01:16:22 AM
Just want to catch everyone up on what I've been working on. Just completed and compiled the new BitQuark-Qt with the "Coin Control" feature added. I will release this update as soon as beta testing is completed.

Could explain what is 'Coin Control' ?
So, interesting ^^


Coin Control is a new feature for advanced users that allows manual control over coin selection. Every time that you receive coins, a new unspent output is added to the wallet. These outputs (“coins”) are combined as necessary for outgoing payments. Normally this selection process happens automatically and outside control of the user. With Coin Control, the user can select which unspent outputs to use as inputs to an transaction. It also makes it possible to control to which address the change will go.

Exercising manual control over coin selection allows for a degree of privacy by controlling which coins are used together, and thus what a third party looking at the block chain will see. It also gives insight into the inner workings of BitQuark, such as the fee computation and the size of transactions which is nice for educational value.


This would be great for POS coins to control FIFO/FILO for staking.  BTQ isn't POS is it?  At any rate, it's one more thing to distinguish BTQ from the other QRK clones.

BTQ jumped up in price significantly today.  Went from 86 BTQ for a $1 this morning to 68 BTQ for a $1 as of now.  I now officially own about $30 worth of BTQ!  That's part of the reason I want that flea market guy to finish up.  I have crap mining gear and hash rates, but if I have an opportunity to sell stuff for BTQ and people are willing to buy it, I'm all in.

Not bad, that's a 27% increase! Yeah none of the other Quark algo coins have the coin control feature yet, but you know as soon as I releases the source code, then the rest will follow LoL


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on April 23, 2014, 01:59:42 AM
Just want to catch everyone up on what I've been working on. Just completed and compiled the new BitQuark-Qt with the "Coin Control" feature added. I will release this update as soon as beta testing is completed.

Could explain what is 'Coin Control' ?
So, interesting ^^


Coin Control is a new feature for advanced users that allows manual control over coin selection. Every time that you receive coins, a new unspent output is added to the wallet. These outputs (“coins”) are combined as necessary for outgoing payments. Normally this selection process happens automatically and outside control of the user. With Coin Control, the user can select which unspent outputs to use as inputs to an transaction. It also makes it possible to control to which address the change will go.

Exercising manual control over coin selection allows for a degree of privacy by controlling which coins are used together, and thus what a third party looking at the block chain will see. It also gives insight into the inner workings of BitQuark, such as the fee computation and the size of transactions which is nice for educational value.

Thank you for the information, ^^

How about adding a defragment of coin function ?
Maybe need some options such as

     ( ) free merging, it will takes longer time to defrag - just merging smaller block avoid TxFee
     ( ) quick merging with [0.000xxx] btq as TxFee
     ----
     [     ] btq or smaller blocks only
     [     ] days or older only
     ----
     ( ) self transfer method
     ( ) dual address mode with [                              ]

It is target on the merged the blocks into bigger valued block, it will make easy to transfer the big amount
And free from the dust coins which has made with P2P pool
Maybe, daily coins are merging in to a block ?
And, create a new wallet option at final stage to defrag the walllet.dat also
And, some reports in to the log file on default

Actually, it is possible to do with self-transaction, i guess,

Actually, when consider the status of block chain, most of blocks are empty now,
So, i guess, there is no issue now ^^


And, Do you have any Protective Update for the steady miner of this coin ?
Due to the rabbit miner, the royal miner of this coin is mining much higher practical diff than them.
I guess, 20 blocks retargetting is too long,

Just thinking .....



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 23, 2014, 05:11:26 AM
Not sure why you didn't get the email...sent it to your gmail account. Here's the download link to the beta test http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-CoinControl-BetaTest.zip
Oh, come on. You know winblows does me no good. What about the source code?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on April 23, 2014, 08:58:51 AM
SUPER SALE 10000 BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.29 BTC [very cheap]


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 23, 2014, 12:32:15 PM
Not sure why you didn't get the email...sent it to your gmail account. Here's the download link to the beta test http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-CoinControl-BetaTest.zip
Oh, come on. You know winblows does me no good. What about the source code?

ok sent to your gmail account


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 23, 2014, 01:25:57 PM
Got it. Will test tonight.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 23, 2014, 05:14:54 PM
Ok guys, so what would be the best way to get more people interested in BitQuark? What can we do to get more exposure?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 24, 2014, 02:08:33 AM
Ok guys, so what would be the best way to get more people interested in BitQuark? What can we do to get more exposure?

BitQuark Price Index like they have from coindesk for BTC. 

Get the BTQ/USD or at least the BTQ/BTC price working on the website.

List of merchants accepting BTQ or at least considering it.

Get more websites, blogs talking about BTQ, maybe some free SEO articles?

Some youtube videos like EBT and Karmacoin or Quark.

More exchanges/votes.





Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on April 24, 2014, 06:34:32 AM
SUPER SALE 10000 BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.24 BTC [very cheap]


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on April 24, 2014, 11:49:09 AM
SUPER SALE 10000 BTQ (BitQuark) for 0.24 BTC [very cheap]

BTQ Price Update

85.54101 BTQ = $1 USD

so 10,000 BTQ is worth about $117 and he's selling for about $115 as of 6:23 CST based on active trading at C-CEX.com

Another client is asking us to build something like the coindesk BPI (Bitcoin Price Index) so it's taking away some of our time to finish the Crypto Flea Market.  Good news is we've been getting interest from some of our local merchant clients (a bar and a carpet cleaner) who's interested in accepting BTC.  That's good for BTQ too since the prices are tied together.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 24, 2014, 02:31:48 PM
Has any of you guys used this site to track cryptos
http://crypto-prices.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 24, 2014, 05:56:45 PM
Has any of you guys used this site to track cryptos
http://crypto-prices.com

rate is coming out the same as cryptofleamarket.com/rates for ebt

probably both tie to poloniex


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 24, 2014, 06:52:30 PM
I just cast vote #1000 for BTQ at https://comkort.com/vote/#BTQ !!!!! ;D  (and vote 999 and 1001 but shhhhhh, don't tell anyone. 8) )


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 24, 2014, 08:13:30 PM
Just an update, I FINALLY got the BTQ/BTC section for bitquark.info working right! :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 24, 2014, 08:18:42 PM
Just an update, I FINALLY got the BTQ/BTC section for bitquark.info working right! :-)

Nice!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 24, 2014, 08:23:56 PM
I noticed on the bitquark website that the little logo in the tabs section on my google chrome still shows the old logo is it like that for everyone or just me?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 24, 2014, 08:25:50 PM
Hmmm...you might need to clear your cache and offline browser content.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 25, 2014, 02:48:05 AM
Just an update, I FINALLY got the BTQ/BTC section for bitquark.info working right! :-)

nice!  looks like you're coming out with close to the same rates that the flea market guy is listing.

BTQ website is showing 0.00002351 BTC/BTQ and they're showing 86.67755 BTQ = $1 USD and c-cex.com is showing similar so that's 3 sources for rates now.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 26, 2014, 07:16:15 PM
Nice! I see the flea market site is almost ready!

BTW does anybody have any Superman comics they are willing to trade for BTQ's??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 26, 2014, 08:45:56 PM
Got it. Will test tonight.

How's the testing coming a long? If everything is going good, I will push the source code to github.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on April 27, 2014, 04:25:23 AM
Hoping to have the styling and overall design finished in the next two weeks and the beta launch for sellers to start putting up items shortly thereafter.  Since very few people even know how to spend bitcoins and even fewer have heard about alt-coins we need all the sellers we can get to help generate interest in crypto-currencies.

Don't feel you're forced to sell for crypto-currencies.  If a buyer contacts a seller, parties are free to haggle pricing and currency type.  It's a flea-market after all.  The goal is primarily to have a place where the average joe (or joan) can sell stuff for coins. 

Have a cast iron skillet you don't use since you gave up red meat?  Want a few LTC for it?  List it at the flea market.

Have an old circular saw just taking up space in your garage?  Want a few BTQ for it?  List it at the flea market.

One person's junk is another person's crypto-currency.

https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/t1.0-9/10313788_254475621404395_8567515896199800549_n.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 27, 2014, 04:47:36 PM
Hoping to have the styling and overall design finished in the next two weeks and the beta launch for sellers to start putting up items shortly thereafter.  Since very few people even know how to spend bitcoins and even fewer have heard about alt-coins we need all the sellers we can get to help generate interest in crypto-currencies.

Don't feel you're forced to sell for crypto-currencies.  If a buyer contacts a seller, parties are free to haggle pricing and currency type.  It's a flea-market after all.  The goal is primarily to have a place where the average joe (or joan) can sell stuff for coins. 

Have a cast iron skillet you don't use since you gave up red meat?  Want a few LTC for it?  List it at the flea market.

Have an old circular saw just taking up space in your garage?  Want a few BTQ for it?  List it at the flea market.

One person's junk is another person's crypto-currency.

https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/t1.0-9/10313788_254475621404395_8567515896199800549_n.jpg

Looking good!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 27, 2014, 08:38:22 PM
WTF happened to altoutlet.com?  :o


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on April 28, 2014, 09:01:20 AM
https://comkort.com/vote   TOP 10

We add 6 new forks each Sunday.   go go go VOTE


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 29, 2014, 08:27:40 PM
With in the next couple hours I will push the new client update to GitHub and release the binary on BitQuark.info.
The new update has the "Coin Control" feature added and a couple of small changes to the GUI.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 30, 2014, 12:45:50 AM
New updated client now available:
Source code: https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16)
Windows Binary: http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-Windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-Windows.zip)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 30, 2014, 02:00:57 AM
New updated client now available:
Source code: https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16)
Windows Binary: http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-Windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-Windows.zip)
src/net.cpp:20:22: fatal error: miniwget.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/net.o] Error 1


I know what the problem is but I'm going to make you fix it! :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 30, 2014, 02:25:27 AM
New updated client now available:
Source code: https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16)
Windows Binary: http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-Windows.zip (http://www.bitquark.info/downloads/BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16-Windows.zip)
src/net.cpp:20:22: fatal error: miniwget.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/net.o] Error 1


I know what the problem is but I'm going to make you fix it! :P

I still can't figure out why every time I upload the source it changes those couple lines of code. To fix it, just change lines 19-24 to this

#ifdef USE_UPNP
#include <miniupnpc/miniwget.h>
#include <miniupnpc/miniupnpc.h>
#include <miniupnpc/upnpcommands.h>
#include <miniupnpc/upnperrors.h>
#endif


I just corrected it on GitHub so you should be good to go now


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on April 30, 2014, 03:06:39 AM
I also ran into the leveldb problem so I just copied the ones from my r15 build.

Pretty colors on the main screen but I can't seem to find where you hid the coin control options. Even sent some coin between wallets to see if it popped up and it didn't. What am I missing? :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on April 30, 2014, 03:52:24 AM
Wallet loads extremely fast, only 3 connection show though it updates the blockchain much faster than before.  No balance issues.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on April 30, 2014, 02:13:06 PM
I also ran into the leveldb problem so I just copied the ones from my r15 build.

Pretty colors on the main screen but I can't seem to find where you hid the coin control options. Even sent some coin between wallets to see if it popped up and it didn't. What am I missing? :-\

'Settings' > 'Option' > 'Display' > Then make sure the 'Display coin control features' is checked. Then click on the 'Send' tab and you will see the coin control feature.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on April 30, 2014, 04:48:01 PM
loving the new wallet


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 01, 2014, 02:39:27 PM
loving the new wallet
That goes double for me!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: miger133 on May 01, 2014, 02:45:40 PM
https://comkort.com/vote   TOP 10

We add 6 new forks each Sunday.   go go go VOTE

6 new forks , count me in this week .


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on May 01, 2014, 03:56:09 PM
152.15182 BTQ = $1 USD

Need BTQ on a few more exchanges to even out the pricing.  No "merchant" sellers are interested in BTQ yet, but that doesn't prevent the community from buying items with BTQ and selling items for BTQ.  Keep promoting the coin.

http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/images/cfms3.jpg
http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/images/cfms2.jpg
http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/images/cfms4.jpg
http://www.cryptofleamarket.com/images/cfms1.jpg



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 01, 2014, 05:49:20 PM

could anyone post a few addnode statements for me to add? The ones posted earlier in this thread no longer function...

Christian


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 01, 2014, 05:57:19 PM

could anyone post a few addnode statements for me to add? The ones posted earlier in this thread no longer function...

Christian


5.9.158.79:9596
173.216.108.94:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
85.25.195.74:9596
76.93.160.74:9596
178.162.192.197:9596
60.241.60.227:9596
217.68.242.45:9596
109.95.19.151:9596


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 01, 2014, 06:16:26 PM

could anyone post a few addnode statements for me to add? The ones posted earlier in this thread no longer function...

Christian


5.9.158.79:9596
173.216.108.94:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
85.25.195.74:9596
76.93.160.74:9596
178.162.192.197:9596
60.241.60.227:9596
217.68.242.45:9596
109.95.19.151:9596

thanks that worked.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 01, 2014, 08:17:21 PM
if we could get on mintpal, expect a boom


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 02, 2014, 12:03:56 AM

could anyone post a few addnode statements for me to add? The ones posted earlier in this thread no longer function...

Christian


5.9.158.79:9596
173.216.108.94:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
85.25.195.74:9596
76.93.160.74:9596
178.162.192.197:9596
60.241.60.227:9596
217.68.242.45:9596
109.95.19.151:9596

thanks that worked.

I've been running into the same thing at times. Every so often when I see that I'm connected to 30 or more peers I'll do a "getpeerinfo" in the debug console and check those IP against my .conf. IP with oddball port numbers I'll ignore because they're very transient but any with 9596 I keep adding to my list as long as they're not duplicates.

I am offering to set up a permanent daemon at www.alt-nrg.org to help everyone out with this but I need better instruction how to install one over SSH.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 02, 2014, 03:58:24 AM
if we could get on mintpal, expect a boom

Agree 110%


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 02, 2014, 05:06:54 PM
whats the deal with lazycoins? Any info on what is going on...?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: brim on May 02, 2014, 05:10:01 PM
Logo and ico is nice ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 02, 2014, 05:11:01 PM
whats the deal with lazycoins? Any info on what is going on...?

You know, I've been wondering the same thing! Not sure what is going on with them.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 02, 2014, 08:15:23 PM
whats the deal with lazycoins? Any info on what is going on...?

You know, I've been wondering the same thing! Not sure what is going on with them.
Being true to their name.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 02, 2014, 08:30:00 PM
whats the deal with lazycoins? Any info on what is going on...?

You know, I've been wondering the same thing! Not sure what is going on with them.
Being true to their name.

Indeed, LOL.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 02, 2014, 08:32:16 PM
whats the deal with lazycoins? Any info on what is going on...?

You know, I've been wondering the same thing! Not sure what is going on with them.
Being true to their name.

LMAO...Most definitely they are!

I was just looking at MintPal and to buy votes at 0.0002 BTC each, it would be more than 21 BTC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on May 03, 2014, 04:25:41 PM
Vote https://comkort.com/vote

 As a user you can express your confidence in an emerging coin by offering 0,00005 BTC for each additional vote.

0.1 BTC = 2 000 vote


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 04, 2014, 12:07:42 AM
Vote https://comkort.com/vote

 As a user you can express your confidence in an emerging coin by offering 0,00005 BTC for each additional vote.

0.1 BTC = 2 000 vote
200 votes for BTQ are on the way. More to come.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on May 04, 2014, 03:13:44 AM
Was btq delisted from c-cex?  I'm not seeing it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 04, 2014, 01:21:36 PM
Was btq delisted from c-cex?  I'm not seeing it.
It's there. You may have accidentally clicked Show/Hide.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 04, 2014, 01:41:04 PM
looking to buy 100k - 200k BTQ, please send only resonable offers in BTC
thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 04, 2014, 09:19:54 PM
Vote https://comkort.com/vote

 As a user you can express your confidence in an emerging coin by offering 0,00005 BTC for each additional vote.

0.1 BTC = 2 000 vote
What happened to FCK, CAN and others that were ahead of BTQ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: bitcoinvideos on May 06, 2014, 03:16:50 PM
I'm trying to mine solo and get 500 internal server error. Here is my conf:
rpcuser=xxx
rpcpassword=xxxx
rpcallowip=*
rpcport=9108
port=9596
gen=0
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
addnode=5.9.158.79:9596
addnode=173.216.108.94:9596
addnode=62.210.123.27:9596
addnode=85.25.195.74:9596
addnode=76.93.160.74:9596
addnode=178.162.192.197:9596
addnode=60.241.60.227:9596
addnode=217.68.242.45:9596
addnode=109.95.19.151:9596
mintxfee=0.00001                    
mintxrelayfee=0.00000000

EDIT - Suddenly started hasing but I still keep getting 500 Internal Server Errors

Port has been forwarded fine and I can solo mine YAC fine. Does the whole block chain need to be downloaded before I can solo mine?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 06, 2014, 03:24:09 PM
Yeah you have to allow the blockchain to completely download before solo mining. Here's what my config file looks like

rpcuser=xxxx
rpcpassword=xxxx
rpcport=9108
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*
port=9596
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1


With this I can solo mine with no problem. So you might need to change your format for the rpcallowip to what I have


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: bitcoinvideos on May 06, 2014, 03:26:04 PM
Thanks! Makes sense to me but I wanted to check in and confirm.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 06, 2014, 03:26:46 PM
Thanks! Makes sense to me but I wanted to check in and confirm.

No problem


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 06, 2014, 04:26:09 PM
Wow, What is happen ?

The hashrate is doubled today ^^

Fly to the moon..


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 06, 2014, 04:55:50 PM
Wow, What is happen ?

The hashrate is doubled today ^^

Fly to the moon..

ccMiner for nVidia cards has happened. That is all. Just a friendly takeover of the hash rate ;)

that's one GTX 780, two GTX 750Ti, one GT 640.
Code:
[2014-05-06 20:07:59] 4 miner threads started, using 'quark' algorithm.
[2014-05-06 20:29:42] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 25457 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:31:09] accepted: 2/2 (100.00%), 25426 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:33:15] accepted: 3/3 (100.00%), 25391 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:41:34] accepted: 4/4 (100.00%), 25489 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:45:42] accepted: 5/5 (100.00%), 26217 khash/s (yay!!!)

Here's 3 GTX 780Ti
Code:
014-05-06 19:37:55] 3 miner threads started, using 'quark' algorithm.
[2014-05-06 19:46:56] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 26374 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 19:53:40] accepted: 2/2 (100.00%), 24807 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 19:55:58] accepted: 3/3 (100.00%), 26010 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 19:59:32] accepted: 4/4 (100.00%), 25436 khash/s (yay!!!)

For completeness sake, here's 3 ASUS ROG MARS cards (6 GTX 760 cores)
Code:
[2014-05-06 20:26:49] 6 miner threads started, using 'quark' algorithm.
[2014-05-06 20:33:42] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 19953 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:43:13] accepted: 2/2 (100.00%), 19499 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:45:01] accepted: 3/3 (100.00%), 19392 khash/s (yay!!!)

OMG what did we do ;)
Code:
"difficulty" : 731.52474705,

Christian


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 06, 2014, 06:03:31 PM
Wow, What is happen ?

The hashrate is doubled today ^^

Fly to the moon..

ccMiner for nVidia cards has happened. That is all. Just a friendly takeover of the hash rate ;)

Christian


Interesting, actually, sgminer has supported for Quark, but, GPU wonder do not join this way,
anway, it is so good mood ~


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: THeZoiD on May 06, 2014, 06:10:37 PM
Wow, What is happen ?

The hashrate is doubled today ^^

Fly to the moon..

ccMiner for nVidia cards has happened. That is all. Just a friendly takeover of the hash rate ;)

Christian


LMAOL     +1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on May 06, 2014, 06:38:03 PM
Has anyone else problems with the wallet not syncing? :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 06, 2014, 06:40:59 PM
Has anyone else problems with the wallet not syncing? :-\

there are some addnode entries in recent postings. add these to your bitquark.conf file. these work.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 06, 2014, 06:45:28 PM
Wow, What is happen ?

The hashrate is doubled today ^^

Fly to the moon..

ccMiner for nVidia cards has happened. That is all. Just a friendly takeover of the hash rate ;)

that's one GTX 780, two GTX 750Ti, one GT 640.
Code:
[2014-05-06 20:07:59] 4 miner threads started, using 'quark' algorithm.
[2014-05-06 20:08:38] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 17920 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 20:09:09] accepted: 2/2 (100.00%), 17667 khash/s (yay!!!)

Here's 3 GTX 780Ti
Code:
014-05-06 19:37:55] 3 miner threads started, using 'quark' algorithm.
[2014-05-06 19:46:56] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 26374 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 19:53:40] accepted: 2/2 (100.00%), 24807 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 19:55:58] accepted: 3/3 (100.00%), 26010 khash/s (yay!!!)
[2014-05-06 19:59:32] accepted: 4/4 (100.00%), 25436 khash/s (yay!!!)

For completeness sake, here's 3 ASUS ROG MARS cards (6 GTX 760 cores)
Code:
[2014-05-06 20:26:49] 6 miner threads started, using 'quark' algorithm.
[2014-05-06 20:33:42] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 19953 khash/s (yay!!!)

OMG what did we do ;)
Code:
"difficulty" : 731.52474705,

Christian


Actually,
That is so nice news for the nvidia graphic card user,
I guess, the addtionsl hashes (400-500MH) has generated by just couple of miners,
It is so bad news,
I think, need more and more miners in this coin



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 06, 2014, 06:50:27 PM
The hash rate still isn't as high as it was the first week after launch. The difficulty stayed between 1.2k - 2k and then dropped for awhile ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 06, 2014, 06:51:31 PM
The hash rate still isn't as high as it was the first week after launch. The difficulty stayed between 1.2k - 2k and then dropped for awhile ;)

don't worry, we'll bring it back ;)  I have an army of little green nVidia people.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dga on May 06, 2014, 08:12:42 PM
The hash rate still isn't as high as it was the first week after launch. The difficulty stayed between 1.2k - 2k and then dropped for awhile ;)

don't worry, we'll bring it back ;)  I have an army of little green nVidia people.

<puts on his green t-shirt>

The leveldb build issue with the wallet on linux is kind of annoying, though (non-GUI build).

Fixable, as someone noted, by cp'ing src/leveldb/* from another wallet source tree, but this seems like low-hanging fruit to fix if you want more people mining.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: AizenSou on May 06, 2014, 09:22:52 PM
The hash rate still isn't as high as it was the first week after launch. The difficulty stayed between 1.2k - 2k and then dropped for awhile ;)

don't worry, we'll bring it back ;)  I have an army of little green nVidia people.

<puts on his green t-shirt>

The leveldb build issue with the wallet on linux is kind of annoying, though (non-GUI build).

Fixable, as someone noted, by cp'ing src/leveldb/* from another wallet source tree, but this seems like low-hanging fruit to fix if you want more people mining.



I can confirm Prof. Andersen's method works.

Nice to see Christian shows his magic again, but somehow I have the feeling that we'll kill the coin. A handful nVidia-miners take over 50% total network hash. Crazy.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 06, 2014, 09:41:37 PM
A handful nVidia-miners take over 50% total network hash. Crazy.

I had 50% of FugueCoin's network hash rate once. Just me.

And look where FugueCoin is now... oops. DEAD. ;)



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: dga on May 06, 2014, 10:20:26 PM
A handful nVidia-miners take over 50% total network hash. Crazy.

I had 50% of FugueCoin's network hash rate once. Just me.

And look where FugueCoin is now... oops. DEAD. ;)

Don't break AizenSou and my hearts -- we've still got a bounty up for someone who wants to resume development of it. :)

(I'm still 50% of FugueCoin, except when you release new ccminer toys that distract my GPUs. :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: djm34 on May 06, 2014, 10:29:24 PM
nvidia: the green death  ;D
(may-be a skull with the 2 pickaxes would be a better flag)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 07, 2014, 02:05:03 AM
I'm having trouble compiling ccminer for Xubuntu 12.04 with nVidia 9600 GT (compute capability of 1.0) or another machine running Xubuntu 13.10 with a GT 220 (cc 1.2). On the first machine it dumps during make with a gencode 30 unsupported error. On the 2nd machine it gets as far as

Running pass 'Live Variable Analysis' on function '@_Z24myriadgroestl_gpu_sha256Pj'
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
make[2]: *** [cuda_myriadgroestl.o] Error 139
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/[username]/ccminer-master'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/[username]/ccminer-master'
make: *** [all] Error 2

If I were to buy better video hardware might that solve the problems or might there be other factors limiting me?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: liomojo1 on May 07, 2014, 05:50:57 AM
Can`t download bitquark wallet , chrome says it is evil and blocks the downloaded file ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 07, 2014, 02:32:14 PM
Can`t download bitquark wallet , chrome says it is evil and blocks the downloaded file ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???

You may need to disable your anti-virus


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: noobminerd on May 07, 2014, 06:10:16 PM
What's the point in mining this the price is so l


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on May 07, 2014, 10:24:08 PM
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Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 07, 2014, 10:35:48 PM
Right, 3 times in one hour the first hour only, then you have to wait an hour again even if you are logged in to repeat the process. Not exactly as advertised.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 07, 2014, 11:01:45 PM
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Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 08, 2014, 03:53:46 PM
whats up with cpu-pool.net?? It's showing they haven't found a block in the past 25 hrs.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 08, 2014, 04:46:34 PM
whats up with cpu-pool.net?? It's showing they haven't found a block in the past 25 hrs.
It's those mean old green machines, I tell ya! ::)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 08, 2014, 04:49:01 PM
whats up with cpu-pool.net?? It's showing they haven't found a block in the past 25 hrs.
It's those mean old green machines, I tell ya! ::)

lol yeah but they should still be able to find a block...I mean I'm still solo mining and still able to find blocks even with the higher difficulty.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 08, 2014, 06:29:38 PM
Me too but they have taken a big bite out of the action. They're evil, I tell ya! EVIL!!!

Is there a cap on diff? or maybe a sliding scale after a certain diff?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 08, 2014, 09:00:52 PM
I think, this coin is the long run coin,
long halving and small reward each block,
And, fair mining using CPU, GPU(nvidia, amd)
If have better community,
It has big potential to grow over the Quark


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 08, 2014, 09:06:24 PM
Me too but they have taken a big bite out of the action. They're evil, I tell ya! EVIL!!!

Is there a cap on diff? or maybe a sliding scale after a certain diff?

There are some rabbit miners,
When lower diff are mining and increase the diff,
And than, they jump to the other coin while the miners are reducing the diff
It makes, the miner are mining at higher diff always,

Because of
   Even lower diff, they got lower chance of reward due to the high hash rate with Rabbit Miner
   at High diff, they are mining at higher diff with longer block time
   
I hope Dev change the Diff set per each block to avoid it,


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 09, 2014, 01:10:33 AM
Just put in a request to have BTQ added to http://qex.la/  It's an exchange that deals specifically with quark algo coins.

Right now BTQ retargets once every 10 mins (20 blocks), so you guys want it switched to retargeting every 30 sec (1 block)???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 09, 2014, 01:18:49 AM
Just put in a request to have BTQ added to http://qex.la/  It's an exchange that deals specifically with quark algo coins.

Right now BTQ retargets once every 10 mins (20 blocks), so you guys want it switched to retargeting every 30 sec (1 block)???

Maybe

     Linear averaging with up/down limit such as +15/-30
   
I think it become a very typical requirements for the modern coin to protect the miner from the sneaky pool and miners.

And, qex.la, it is so good news,


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 09, 2014, 01:19:32 AM
There is definitely something wrong with cpu-pool.net/btq MPOS pool. I was just mining on there to see if I could help find a block and I found one, but it's not showing one as being found on the dashboard.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 09, 2014, 01:30:38 AM
Just put in a request to have BTQ added to http://qex.la/  It's an exchange that deals specifically with quark algo coins.

Right now BTQ retargets once every 10 mins (20 blocks), so you guys want it switched to retargeting every 30 sec (1 block)???

Maybe

     Linear averaging with up/down limit such as +15/-30
    
I think it become a very typical requirements for the modern coin to protect the miner from the sneaky pool and miners.

And, qex.la, it is so good news,

the current up/down is +-400%

I will look into changing the targeting to every 30 secs, but from what I've been reading on these other guys thread they will be out of here soon and onto another coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 09, 2014, 04:48:59 AM
Just put in a request to have BTQ added to http://qex.la/  It's an exchange that deals specifically with quark algo coins.

Right now BTQ retargets once every 10 mins (20 blocks), so you guys want it switched to retargeting every 30 sec (1 block)???

Maybe

     Linear averaging with up/down limit such as +15/-30
    
I think it become a very typical requirements for the modern coin to protect the miner from the sneaky pool and miners.

And, qex.la, it is so good news,

the current up/down is +-400%

I will look into changing the targeting to every 30 secs, but from what I've been reading on these other guys thread they will be out of here soon and onto another coin.
I'm already seeing evidence of that. They bore easily. I'm happy to just wait them out. Let them play their games with talkcoin and such.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on May 09, 2014, 01:27:05 PM
Just put in a request to have BTQ added to http://qex.la/  It's an exchange that deals specifically with quark algo coins.

Right now BTQ retargets once every 10 mins (20 blocks), so you guys want it switched to retargeting every 30 sec (1 block)???

Maybe

     Linear averaging with up/down limit such as +15/-30
    
I think it become a very typical requirements for the modern coin to protect the miner from the sneaky pool and miners.

And, qex.la, it is so good news,

the current up/down is +-400%

I will look into changing the targeting to every 30 secs, but from what I've been reading on these other guys thread they will be out of here soon and onto another coin.

maybe that is a kind of doule edge sword, anyway, I hope there is something for the devoted miner in this coin.
actually, the hopper is not a big benefit for the coin, the number of devoted miner is more important I guess,
I just just my personal though,


Title: please help with wallet
Post by: techsolution on May 09, 2014, 02:58:45 PM
hi,

i opened port 9596 in my tp-lin router for ip 192.168.1.100

i have my bitquark.conf file:

rpcuser=bitquark
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.1.100 (my internal ip ipv4)
rpcport=9108
port=9596
gen=0
server=1
listen=1


i added manually nodes to wallet:

5.9.158.79:9596
173.216.108.94:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
85.25.195.74:9596
76.93.160.74:9596
178.162.192.197:9596
60.241.60.227:9596
217.68.242.45:9596
109.95.19.151:9596

and still wallet will not sync:(
please advise what i should change?



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptodragon on May 09, 2014, 03:39:12 PM
It may not be a bad thing. More hash power means more value of this coin, and may be accepted by more exchanges because of that.  I haven't follow up in time when Chris released 0.9. When I got there, the difficulty was very high and I switched to other coins.  Now I am in and able to find some blocks. I have no idea on how quickly you can find the blocks before (Chris said he can quickly find it out every a couple of min when difficulty was 70), but now it seems still reasonable -- I only put some of my 750Tis here, and still able to find blocks in acceptable duration.

You will face the difficulty rise eventually. Just keep mining and get as much as you can before it gets really hard. But maybe around that time, it is your cash out time as well. 

BitQuark looks nice and not like a pump and dump one so far, and let's wish the best future for it. Quark coin is sailing away already, and hopefully we can catch this boat in time....


Title: Re: please help with wallet
Post by: BitQuark on May 09, 2014, 05:12:11 PM
hi,

i opened port 9596 in my tp-lin router for ip 192.168.1.100

i have my bitquark.conf file:

rpcuser=bitquark
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.1.100 (my internal ip ipv4)
rpcport=9108
port=9596
gen=0
server=1
listen=1


i added manually nodes to wallet:

5.9.158.79:9596
173.216.108.94:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
85.25.195.74:9596
76.93.160.74:9596
178.162.192.197:9596
60.241.60.227:9596
217.68.242.45:9596
109.95.19.151:9596

and still wallet will not sync:(
please advise what i should change?



These are the the connections I have right now.

62.210.113.211:9596
173.216.108.94:9596
62.210.123.27:9596
46.165.208.136:9596
85.25.195.74:9596
60.241.60.227:9596
5.9.158.79:9596
74.138.244.79:9596
76.182.189.115:9596
81.174.133.189:9596
128.2.209.18:9596
151.231.157.105:9596
74.90.54.187:9596
70.123.187.172:9596


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 09, 2014, 05:21:28 PM
thank u, it works now:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 09, 2014, 05:49:00 PM
looking to buy 10k - 50k btq

please pm offer


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 09, 2014, 11:36:31 PM
Good news guys! BitQuark will be added to http://www.qex.la with in the month after they launch! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 10, 2014, 12:15:14 AM
Looks like https://cpu-pool.net/btq MPOS pool is back up and working right  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 10, 2014, 01:05:49 AM
http://www.coindesk.com/all-things-alt-quarks-shaq-cess-blackcoins-pr-pivot-and-dogecoins-victory-lap/
I would love to do something like what Dogecoin has done in this article! Maybe by next race season BitQuark will have enough traction to do something like this to reach the masses!!! I live in NC and I know a few people in NASCAR so this is definitely doable guys!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 10, 2014, 01:26:17 AM
I need to hook you up with Raptor. He's in your neck of the woods.

On another note, I bought a couple nVidia cards thinking I was going to get ccminer working.  Compiling and getting all the necessary modules working has turned out to be a HUGE F*CK*NG PAIN IN MY @$$!!!  Two solid days later I have compiled but as of yet have failed to get ccminer to run correctly.  I admire Christian and his work but this is a fiasco.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 10, 2014, 06:56:11 AM
Ok I think I have the source code fix on github so that you can compile it on Linux. I need someone to try and compile it to confirm that it works. Make sure to follow the "Quick Installation.txt" cuz I had to add the following to the file plus a couple of other files in the leveldb directory.

cd src/leveldb
chmod +x build_detect_platform
./build_detect_platform build_config.mk ./
cd ..
make -f makefile.unix

***You may need to delete the "libleveldb.a" & "libmemenv.a" files first and once you run the above command it should build them as along as you have the deps installed.

***Deps
http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-1.0.1g.tar.gz
http://download.oracle.com/berkeley-db/db-4.8.30.NC.tar.gz
http://sourceforge.net/projects/boost/files/boost/1.54.0/boost_1_54_0.tar.gz/download
http://miniupnp.tuxfamily.org/files/download.php?file=miniupnpc-1.8.tar.gz


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 10, 2014, 01:11:09 PM
Ok I think I have the source code fix on github so that you can compile it on Linux. I need someone to try and compile it to confirm that it works. Make sure to follow the "Quick Installation.txt" cuz I had to add the following to the file plus a couple of other files in the leveldb directory.

cd src/leveldb
chmod +x build_detect_platform
./build_detect_platform build_config.mk ./
cd ..
make -f makefile.unix

***You may need to delete the "libleveldb.a" & "libmemenv.a" files first and once you run the above command it should build them as along as you have the deps installed.

***Deps
http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-1.0.1g.tar.gz
http://download.oracle.com/berkeley-db/db-4.8.30.NC.tar.gz
http://sourceforge.net/projects/boost/files/boost/1.54.0/boost_1_54_0.tar.gz/download
http://miniupnp.tuxfamily.org/files/download.php?file=miniupnpc-1.8.tar.gz
I don't understand. Aside from the two incorrect leveldb files that I download according to the previous instructions and miniupnpc gotchas I keep running into, I've been building on Linux all along. One of those node IP you've been sharing is actually me since I have my wallet and daemon up 24/7. Xubuntu 12.04 or 13.10, libdb4.8 and libdb5.1 with libdb5.1-dev.

Oh, wait, now I see what you're doing; building the leveldb files locally. Please stand by..................................................


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: wendy5 on May 10, 2014, 01:12:20 PM
 is it other quark?just clone?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 10, 2014, 01:35:19 PM
SUCCESS!!!  :D
My only comment would be to "cd .." one more time from the /src directory before running qmake and make. It will not run while working directory is inside /src.

@Wendy5 see this goofy guy's explanation...  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVf_jT4DqvA


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 10, 2014, 02:41:54 PM
looking to buy 10k - 50k btq

please pm offer


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 10, 2014, 04:00:12 PM
SUCCESS!!!  :D
My only comment would be to "cd .." one more time from the /src directory before running qmake and make. It will not run while working directory is inside /src.

@Wendy5 see this goofy guy's explanation...  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVf_jT4DqvA

Awesome! That's right sir! I figured I would add the commands so that the users could build the *.a files in the leveldb directory. Now I just got to figure out how to build a static Linux version so I can add it to the download section.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 10, 2014, 05:11:17 PM
Awesome! That's right sir! I figured I would add the commands so that the users could build the *.a files in the leveldb directory. Now I just got to figure out how to build a static Linux version so I can add it to the download section.
Good luck with that one. I would think that would be much further down the list of priorities. BTW, I have CentOS running on my wife's laptop. I'll give it a go on that also to try and cover more bases. That should also translate to RedHat.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Cryptocoinrank.com on May 10, 2014, 05:17:40 PM

█ ★BitQuark (BTQ) █→ Now Live on: http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark (http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark)

Hope you like it! You can also display your Dev news just by creating two widgets and sending me the information like described here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=579901.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=579901.0)

Enjoy


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 11, 2014, 02:02:16 AM
Looks like air-pool.net is having trouble now too. No payouts for 5 hours and I am the only person mining there. I mean the ONLY person. No one is mining any other currency there. ???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 11, 2014, 04:54:58 PM
BitQuark won a placement on Comkort's exchange!!! Thanks to all the people who voted for BitQuark to be added!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 11, 2014, 06:57:08 PM
BitQuark won a placement on Comkort's exchange!!! Thanks to all the people who voted for BitQuark to be added!
What am I going to do with all my free time now?

I've been thinking. Rather than building static Linux versions of the wallet right now, where are you with development of your own mining pool? 3rd parties are starting to become unreliable.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 11, 2014, 07:22:48 PM
BitQuark won a placement on Comkort's exchange!!! Thanks to all the people who voted for BitQuark to be added!
What am I going to do with all my free time now?

I've been thinking. Rather than building static Linux versions of the wallet right now, where are you with development of your own mining pool? 3rd parties are starting to become unreliable.

I've been testing a MPOS pool on one of my spare computers running Linux and so far the testing has been going good. Once testing is complete, I will setup it up on a remote server and link it to BTQ's website.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 11, 2014, 11:27:55 PM
I have found Linode Virtual Machines to be very good for remote app hosting even if they do frown on the CPU utilization of mining. Tried setting up a daemon on my Host Gator account but the user level available through SSH on their shared service won't let me install the deps.  :-\

My home IP is fairly static so the wallet daemon I have running should not be too much of a moving target. Because I'm using all static IP leases behind my DD-WRT router, I'm thinking maybe I'll set up a dynamic DNS for just port 9596 pointed to the machine running the daemon and give out the domain for users to add to their .conf.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 12, 2014, 01:02:54 AM
Looking to buy 2k-20k BTQ, please PM offers


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: hyundri3 on May 12, 2014, 04:27:48 AM
I have been focused on BTQ, hope it has a good development.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 12, 2014, 03:03:43 PM
Been researching x11 cryptos. It's pretty clear Scrypt algos, unless they hard fork, are going to fall at the hands of ASIC miners and coin rapists (probably funded and run by central banks who want to kill crypto currencies altogether). BTQ is ASIC resistant by employing the Quark algo (essentially x9) but even x11 is rumored to have ASICS knocking at the door possibly within just a couple of years.

Thinking long term, how prepared is BTQ to hard fork if the time comes to slam the door on ASIC coin killers? IMHO, public confidence is going to hinge on it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 12, 2014, 03:15:18 PM
Been researching x11 cryptos. It's pretty clear Scrypt algos, unless they hard fork, are going to fall at the hands of ASIC miners and coin rapists (probably funded and run by central banks who want to kill crypto currencies altogether). BTQ is ASIC resistant by employing the Quark algo (essentially x9) but even x11 is rumored to have ASICS knocking at the door possibly within just a couple of years.

Thinking long term, how prepared is BTQ to hard fork if the time comes to slam the door on ASIC coin killers? IMHO, public confidence is going to hinge on it.

I've been working on trying to integrate Nfactor into the Quark algorithm. If I can do this, it would definitely make BitQuark CPU only!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 12, 2014, 03:55:32 PM
Been researching x11 cryptos. It's pretty clear Scrypt algos, unless they hard fork, are going to fall at the hands of ASIC miners and coin rapists (probably funded and run by central banks who want to kill crypto currencies altogether). BTQ is ASIC resistant by employing the Quark algo (essentially x9) but even x11 is rumored to have ASICS knocking at the door possibly within just a couple of years.

Thinking long term, how prepared is BTQ to hard fork if the time comes to slam the door on ASIC coin killers? IMHO, public confidence is going to hinge on it.

I've been working on trying to integrate Nfactor into the Quark algorithm. If I can do this, it would definitely make BitQuark CPU only!
I think we've identified the new top priority for BTQ. Has anyone else done it, or married Nf/x11?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 12, 2014, 03:58:09 PM
Been researching x11 cryptos. It's pretty clear Scrypt algos, unless they hard fork, are going to fall at the hands of ASIC miners and coin rapists (probably funded and run by central banks who want to kill crypto currencies altogether). BTQ is ASIC resistant by employing the Quark algo (essentially x9) but even x11 is rumored to have ASICS knocking at the door possibly within just a couple of years.

Thinking long term, how prepared is BTQ to hard fork if the time comes to slam the door on ASIC coin killers? IMHO, public confidence is going to hinge on it.

I've been working on trying to integrate Nfactor into the Quark algorithm. If I can do this, it would definitely make BitQuark CPU only!
I think we've identified the new top priority for BTQ. Has anyone else done it, or married Nf/x11?

From my research, it doesn't look like anyone has attempted it yet. So if I can get it to work, it will be the first of its kind making BitQuark unique ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 12, 2014, 05:00:06 PM
bitquark to the moon


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 12, 2014, 08:49:52 PM
How does the BTQ community feel about cutting the BitQuark supply in half from 21,000,000 down to 10,500,000 + inflation?? It would also halve every 2 years instead of every 4 years. It would look something like this:

1-2 years   : (7200*365)*2=5,256,000
2-4 years  : (3600*365)*2=2,628,000
4-6 years  : (1800*365)*2=1,314,000
6-8 years  : (900*365)*2=657,000
8-10 years : (450*365)*2=328,500
10-12 years : (225*365)*2=164,250
12-14 years : (112.5*365)*2=105,000

Total = 10,452,750 BTQ +105,000 yearly for inflation


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 12, 2014, 10:05:48 PM
for what reason? 21m is not ok, nobody will be interested in so small amount, just my thoughts


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: spatula on May 13, 2014, 02:39:16 AM
Been researching x11 cryptos. It's pretty clear Scrypt algos, unless they hard fork, are going to fall at the hands of ASIC miners and coin rapists (probably funded and run by central banks who want to kill crypto currencies altogether). BTQ is ASIC resistant by employing the Quark algo (essentially x9) but even x11 is rumored to have ASICS knocking at the door possibly within just a couple of years.

Thinking long term, how prepared is BTQ to hard fork if the time comes to slam the door on ASIC coin killers? IMHO, public confidence is going to hinge on it.

I've been working on trying to integrate Nfactor into the Quark algorithm. If I can do this, it would definitely make BitQuark CPU only!
I think we've identified the new top priority for BTQ. Has anyone else done it, or married Nf/x11?

From my research, it doesn't look like anyone has attempted it yet. So if I can get it to work, it will be the first of its kind making BitQuark unique ;)

If this is possible, it would bring serious interest to the coin. I agree this should be top priority.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptomines on May 13, 2014, 12:55:11 PM
What is the reasoning behind possibly changing total amount of coins? Perhaps consider changing how the block reward reduction works. A gradual decline over the years until the yearly inflationary value of 1045,000 btq is reached. IMO, block halving could have negative affects on network security if the coins value hasn't risen enough to cover such a sharp drop that occurs with reward halving. As for algo change, It may be good to have options on the table but I don't think rushing to change is a good idea. Nothing will ever be CPU only, its been proven time and time again. BTQ's current algo is mined very well with nvidia cards which should be capitalized on by BTQ. All just my 2 satoshi of course.

Does anyone know how long it takes for btq to be added to comkort?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 13, 2014, 02:03:01 PM
I concur that making such large changes to the overall coin strategy conveys to the public a flimsy foundation. I may be replacing all my 7950's for 750ti real soon! And yes, what seems to be the holdup at Comkort? Are they adopting the Lazycoins business model now?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 13, 2014, 02:15:16 PM
The distribution change was just a thought, but You guys a right, it doesn't need to be changed. I will work on merging N-factor into the Quark algo and if I can get it to work I will hold on to it til the time it is needed.

Not sure how long it takes for Comkort to add new coins, but I just sent them a tweet asking how long before BTQ is added.

On another note, does anyone know anyone who is good with making Android apps??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 13, 2014, 06:32:30 PM
Been researching x11 cryptos. It's pretty clear Scrypt algos, unless they hard fork, are going to fall at the hands of ASIC miners and coin rapists (probably funded and run by central banks who want to kill crypto currencies altogether). BTQ is ASIC resistant by employing the Quark algo (essentially x9) but even x11 is rumored to have ASICS knocking at the door possibly within just a couple of years.

Thinking long term, how prepared is BTQ to hard fork if the time comes to slam the door on ASIC coin killers? IMHO, public confidence is going to hinge on it.

I've been working on trying to integrate Nfactor into the Quark algorithm. If I can do this, it would definitely make BitQuark CPU only!

huh? Quark is not memory hard. Increasing the number of rounds can't help. The GPU always keeps its advantage, unless you invent something that makes it do random lookups in huge tables (think gigabytes...).


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 13, 2014, 08:50:58 PM
Just got an email from Comkort and BitQuark will be added during the day tomorrow :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 13, 2014, 10:00:04 PM
Just got an email from Comkort and BitQuark will be added during the day tomorrow :)
Well it's ABOUT TIME! :P
Can't help you with an Android developer. If you find one let me know. I have some killer app ideas.

And it's nice to know Christian checks in on us once in a while. Isn't it? LOL! :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 13, 2014, 11:37:19 PM
Just got an email from Comkort and BitQuark will be added during the day tomorrow :)
Well it's ABOUT TIME! :P
Can't help you with an Android developer. If you find one let me know. I have some killer app ideas.

And it's nice to know Christian checks in on us once in a while. Isn't it? LOL! :D

Yeah I know right lol...I saw your tweet to LazyCoins yesterday and I saw that they favorited it LOL


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: chopper873 on May 13, 2014, 11:56:53 PM
Just got an email from Comkort and BitQuark will be added during the day tomorrow :)

Thanks for letting us know in advance. The price should go high tomorrow when it hits Comkort.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 14, 2014, 12:56:02 AM
Yeah I know right lol...I saw your tweet to LazyCoins yesterday and I saw that they favorited it LOL
Right! And he STILL hasn't gotten off his lazyass!  :o


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 14, 2014, 12:58:39 AM
Yeah I know right lol...I saw your tweet to LazyCoins yesterday and I saw that they favorited it LOL
Right! And he STILL hasn't gotten off his lazyass!  :o

LMFAO I know that's right!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 14, 2014, 01:07:07 AM
Just got an email from Comkort and BitQuark will be added during the day tomorrow :)

Thanks for letting us know in advance. The price should go high tomorrow when it hits Comkort.

I hope so cuz we could really use a boost in price right now.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 14, 2014, 01:16:06 AM
On a side note, the Winklevoss twins should help boost all cryptocurrencies this year once the Bitcoin ETF hits Wall Street!!! So right now would be a great time to invest in cryptos, before Wall Street jumps in the game and pumps Bitcoin to the moon! Since all cyrpto prices are linked to BTC, this will cause a ripple effect and cause many cryptos to sour to new highs! Hopefully BitQuark will join the frenzy!!! :-)

Exciting times ahead!!!!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 14, 2014, 02:27:45 AM
On a side note, the Winklevoss twins should help boost all cryptocurrencies this year once the Bitcoin ETF hits Wall Street!!! So right now would be a great time to invest in cryptos, before Wall Street jumps in the game and pumps Bitcoin to the moon! Since all cyrpto prices are linked to BTC, this will cause a ripple effect and cause many cryptos to sour to new highs! Hopefully BitQuark will join the frenzy!!! :-)

Exciting times ahead!!!!!!
Company I used to work for in the radio communications industry (WPCS, International) who sold our division to the f^&*g owners of Kavveri Telecom, India refocused their business model late last year and bought a small startup called BTX Trader LLC who designed a Bitcoin trading platform for serious traders. Operates on multiple exchanges at the same time. It's the big leagues for Bitcoin. Good thing it's we who now control the amount of currency in circulation and not central banks. No more quantitative "easing".

Get in now or get left behind.

http://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/2013/12/27/wpcs-launches-beta-version-bitcoin-trading-platform/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on May 14, 2014, 03:02:33 AM
How does the BTQ community feel about cutting the BitQuark supply in half from 21,000,000 down to 10,500,000 + inflation?? It would also halve every 2 years instead of every 4 years. It would look something like this:

1-2 years   : (7200*365)*2=5,256,000
2-4 years  : (3600*365)*2=2,628,000
4-6 years  : (1800*365)*2=1,314,000
6-8 years  : (900*365)*2=657,000
8-10 years : (450*365)*2=328,500
10-12 years : (225*365)*2=164,250
12-14 years : (112.5*365)*2=105,000

Total = 10,452,750 BTQ +105,000 yearly for inflation

Don't do it.  EBT cut their coin supply in half and moved to POS and the value jumped up for a day or two then went right back to where it was, even lower in fact.

Besides, let's assume 1 milliion people each have 2 BTQ coins, and are actively using them to buy and spend on items, goods, services, and whatnot, they will be micro transacting if it's successfully used for everyday items.

I'm not even going to think I'm as versed as some when it comes to economics or cryptos in general, I just think halving the coin supply total is a bad idea and will only bring short term profit for dumpers.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 14, 2014, 03:06:03 AM
How does the BTQ community feel about cutting the BitQuark supply in half from 21,000,000 down to 10,500,000 + inflation?? It would also halve every 2 years instead of every 4 years. It would look something like this:

1-2 years   : (7200*365)*2=5,256,000
2-4 years  : (3600*365)*2=2,628,000
4-6 years  : (1800*365)*2=1,314,000
6-8 years  : (900*365)*2=657,000
8-10 years : (450*365)*2=328,500
10-12 years : (225*365)*2=164,250
12-14 years : (112.5*365)*2=105,000

Total = 10,452,750 BTQ +105,000 yearly for inflation

Don't do it.  EBT cut their coin supply in half and moved to POS and the value jumped up for a day or two then went right back to where it was, even lower in fact.

Besides, let's assume 1 milliion people each have 2 BTQ coins, and are actively using them to buy and spend on items, goods, services, and whatnot, they will be micro transacting if it's successfully used for everyday items.

I'm not even going to think I'm as versed as some when it comes to economics or cryptos in general, I just think halving the coin supply total is a bad idea and will only bring short term profit for dumpers.

Yea I agree! It was just an idea that I didn't fully think through, but BTQ will remain at 21 Million coins + inflation :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on May 14, 2014, 03:07:54 AM
On a side note, the Winklevoss twins should help boost all cryptocurrencies this year once the Bitcoin ETF hits Wall Street!!! So right now would be a great time to invest in cryptos, before Wall Street jumps in the game and pumps Bitcoin to the moon! Since all cyrpto prices are linked to BTC, this will cause a ripple effect and cause many cryptos to sour to new highs! Hopefully BitQuark will join the frenzy!!! :-)

Exciting times ahead!!!!!!

I'm actually not excited about this long term.  I think in order for any coin to succeed it eventually needs to break away from having it's value tied to BTC and stand on it's own.  How many BitQuarks will it take to get me a new set of tires for my truck?  How much BTQ will you give me to cut your grass?

Right now people think of alt-coins in terms of how much BTC and I trade them up for and how much can I cash my BTC in for dollars?

While the Bitcoin ETF may get BTC back up to $1200 and thereby raise the price of all alt-coins, I think long term alts need to break away from BTC.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 14, 2014, 03:44:35 AM
On a side note, the Winklevoss twins should help boost all cryptocurrencies this year once the Bitcoin ETF hits Wall Street!!! So right now would be a great time to invest in cryptos, before Wall Street jumps in the game and pumps Bitcoin to the moon! Since all cyrpto prices are linked to BTC, this will cause a ripple effect and cause many cryptos to sour to new highs! Hopefully BitQuark will join the frenzy!!! :-)

Exciting times ahead!!!!!!

I'm actually not excited about this long term.  I think in order for any coin to succeed it eventually needs to break away from having it's value tied to BTC and stand on it's own.  How many BitQuarks will it take to get me a new set of tires for my truck?  How much BTQ will you give me to cut your grass?

Right now people think of alt-coins in terms of how much BTC and I trade them up for and how much can I cash my BTC in for dollars?

While the Bitcoin ETF may get BTC back up to $1200 and thereby raise the price of all alt-coins, I think long term alts need to break away from BTC.

I totally agree and I hope we can do just that with BitQuark. When I first developed BTQ, my intentions were to try and break the BTC link, but this can only be achieved by the miners/users of BitQuark. As they have to be the ones to break the link. It's almost like the USD as the World Reserve Currency...it MUST fall & no longer be linked to another currency!!! BitQuark miners/users should just trade BTQ's based on supply and scarcity of the coin...in other words, we need to set it's price & weight for products and services! It will and has to start with us! Break loose from the chains that bind us! Agree??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: abalam on May 14, 2014, 07:10:26 AM
BitQuark [BTQ] is now on Europex : https://www.europex.eu/#!coin/btc/btq (https://www.europex.eu/#!coin/btc/btq)
Only 0.12% exchange fee
Only 0.00002 BTC fee for instant BTC withdraw


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: COMKORT on May 14, 2014, 07:47:11 PM
http://i.imgur.com/UKkuLO6.png (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=550598.msg5990419#msg5990419)


Good News

BitQuark (BTQ) was added to COMKORT EXCHANGE (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=524040.msg5810357#msg5810357)


https://comkort.com/market/trade/btq_btc

https://comkort.com/market/trade/btq_ltc

https://comkort.com/market/trade/btq_doge

GOOD LUCK & HAPPY TRADING



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 03:48:41 AM
BTQ is selling higher than Quarkcoin on Comkort's exchange! BitQuark to the moon!!!

WoW, these are the stats from http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark

Minted Coins: 531,423 BTQ

Price: $0.045 (+94.24%)

MCap: $23,683 (+722.37%)

Volume: 190 (+0.03%)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 15, 2014, 01:49:20 PM
bitquark to the moon :D
um is http://btq.air-pool.net/ down?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 15, 2014, 02:02:36 PM
BTQ is selling higher than Quarkcoin on Comkort's exchange! BitQuark to the moon!!!

WoW, these are the stats from http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark

Minted Coins: 531,423 BTQ

Price: $0.045 (+94.24%)

MCap: $23,683 (+722.37%)

Volume: 190 (+0.03%)


Imagine this is just the beginning


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: isaevski on May 15, 2014, 02:07:15 PM
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/

Use
minerd -a anime -o stratum+tcp://btq.zcoins.org:9782 -u 13zExoBfZWPUFaDhDdZjZ6zbitGtWPx5n3 -p xxx


Windows:
download and unpack archive: [miner (http://zcoins.org/quark-v2_w64.zip)]
add in file !BTQ.bat your wallet address
start !BTQ.bat

Lunux (Ubuntu 13.04):
wget http://zcoins.org/installBTQ
chmod +x installBTQ
./installBTQ
add in file startminerBTQ.sh your wallet address
./startminerBTQ.sh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 03:00:58 PM
BTQ is selling higher than Quarkcoin on Comkort's exchange! BitQuark to the moon!!!

WoW, these are the stats from http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark

Minted Coins: 531,423 BTQ

Price: $0.045 (+94.24%)

MCap: $23,683 (+722.37%)

Volume: 190 (+0.03%)


Imagine this is just the beginning

Why would someone go on the exchange and sell for half the current price? Damn dumpers...smh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 15, 2014, 03:24:18 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?

forum here on reddit should start thinking about development team?

people dump because not too many buyers, more buyers will give better prices, but it needs more bigger exchanges


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 03:27:01 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 15, 2014, 03:36:11 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com

good idea would be if developer contact multipool as hashco, if they allow we can mine scrypt coins and they will pay in btq, i use it for quark, then price would be rise because multipool need to buy coins to pay


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 03:43:32 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com

good idea would be if developer contact multipool as hashco, if they allow we can mine scrypt coins and they will pay in btq, i use it for quark, then price would be rise because multipool need to buy coins to pay

That's a very good idea...I will contact them today and see what they say :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 15, 2014, 03:48:21 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com

good idea would be if developer contact multipool as hashco, if they allow we can mine scrypt coins and they will pay in btq, i use it for quark, then price would be rise because multipool need to buy coins to pay

That's a very good idea...I will contact them today and see what they say :-)

wow, really fast developer, i like it, and no problem if mention other coins, u got some bad answers on qrk reddit forum, after i mentioned btq and u  answered:) few days ago:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 03:53:30 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com

good idea would be if developer contact multipool as hashco, if they allow we can mine scrypt coins and they will pay in btq, i use it for quark, then price would be rise because multipool need to buy coins to pay

That's a very good idea...I will contact them today and see what they say :-)

wow, really fast developer, i like it, and no problem if mention other coins, u got some bad answers on qrk reddit forum, after i mentioned btq and u  answered:) few days ago:)

Yeah when I first got into cryptocurrency, Quarkcoin was the first coin I mined. Just as I told them on the Quarkcoin forum the other day, it was a good coin but the 6 month mining was way too fast and this was the reason I developed BTQ and used Bitcoins long term distribution method :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 15, 2014, 04:01:00 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com

good idea would be if developer contact multipool as hashco, if they allow we can mine scrypt coins and they will pay in btq, i use it for quark, then price would be rise because multipool need to buy coins to pay

That's a very good idea...I will contact them today and see what they say :-)

wow, really fast developer, i like it, and no problem if mention other coins, u got some bad answers on qrk reddit forum, after i mentioned btq and u  answered:) few days ago:)

Yeah when I first got into cryptocurrency, Quarkcoin was the first coin I mined. Just as I told them on the Quarkcoin forum the other day, it was a good coin but the 6 month mining was way too fast and this was the reason I developed BTQ and used Bitcoins long term distribution method :)

and now we have in qrk problem to keep mining hashrate:( i think it is big problem to keep network steady


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 04:03:58 PM
Any next biggest exchanges we plan to go into?

is QEX.LA confirmed to add btq?



Yeah QEX.LA has confirmed that they would add BTQ with in a week or two after they launch. We need to get on BTer.com and Cryptsy.com

good idea would be if developer contact multipool as hashco, if they allow we can mine scrypt coins and they will pay in btq, i use it for quark, then price would be rise because multipool need to buy coins to pay

That's a very good idea...I will contact them today and see what they say :-)

wow, really fast developer, i like it, and no problem if mention other coins, u got some bad answers on qrk reddit forum, after i mentioned btq and u  answered:) few days ago:)

Yeah when I first got into cryptocurrency, Quarkcoin was the first coin I mined. Just as I told them on the Quarkcoin forum the other day, it was a good coin but the 6 month mining was way too fast and this was the reason I developed BTQ and used Bitcoins long term distribution method :)

and now we have in qrk problem to keep mining hashrate:( i think it is big problem to keep network steady

Exactly!!! That's the problem with short term mining incentives...it makes it hard for a network to survive, unless that coin has a lot of value like Bitcoin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 15, 2014, 04:41:29 PM
not sure if you guys have heard of coinmarketcap.com , but I sent in an application to them so that they can add bitquark to their site.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 04:43:34 PM
not sure if you guys have heard of coinmarketcap.com , but I sent in an application to them so that they can add bitquark to their site.

Awesome! I sent one to them on Tuesday, so hopefully with you also sending one it'll help us get on there faster.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 15, 2014, 04:50:17 PM
 ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 15, 2014, 04:51:13 PM
not sure if you guys have heard of coinmarketcap.com , but I sent in an application to them so that they can add bitquark to their site.

i was thinking we have to low volume to add it now to look good for us, maybe we should go into it after volume and market cap will be higher, but maybe i am wrong, so sorry for mistake then:)

i use this site, but never take interest in coins from the list below 30th, we will be now around 200th place with market cap and volume as today, but as i said maybe i am wrong


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 15, 2014, 07:42:11 PM
I'm looking to expand the BTQ Development Team. Here's what I'm looking for:

  • Video Team - People who can make promotional video and graphics.
  • Client Development Team - People with a good knowledge/understanding of BTQ client GUI and coding.
  • Web Development Team - People with knowledge or website design, HTML, PHP, SQL, XML, etc.

If you would like to join the BitQuark Development Team, you can contact me via email at BitQuarkCoin@gmail.com or post on this thread.
Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on May 15, 2014, 07:52:26 PM
Howdy, folks.
I'm just getting started on mining in BTQ, and I was hoping if y'all could answer a couple of quick questions.

1)  Is there a "known good" CentOS build procedure?  I took a shot at getting the Github BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.10 and it's not playing well.

2)  I've got a miner set up on my relatively capable gaming PC, and pooling via btq.ext-pool.net.  It's 3-core Atlalon IIX3 445 (3.1Ghz); I'm CPU mining.  However, all I seem to be seeing on my dashboard at ext-pool is "0 BTQ / Immature" ... no payouts have landed at my waller.  Am I reading that wrong, or after 12h of mining am I still chewing on unverified chains?

3)  Because of the company I run, I have several "headless" servers that a CPU-mined coin like BTQ is very interesting to me.  Can anyone recommend a CPU-based BTQ miner that is "known good" on CentOS 5 or 6?  I'll likely have at least one "permanent / public" node up at all times if I can get this working.

Shoutouts to BitQuark & ZeroFossilFuels ... thanks very much for all you're doing in your respective spaces.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 16, 2014, 12:55:57 AM
Thanks, Michel. I have tried installing the daemon on CentOS 6.5 that I put on my wife's laptop only because it was the only linux OS that had native support for the Broadcom wireless adapter in it. PIMA, really. The install attempt was a complete bust for me but I'm no wiz when it comes to Linux. I barely scrape by.

I had played with Red Hat a long time ago when I was first testing the Linux waters to ween myself away from winblows. It's not nearly as consumer friendly as Ubuntu and other Debian derivatives. I gave up on it. If you succeed I hope you'll post the method you used. You'll probably have to wait for .deb installers and convert to .rpm for CentOS unless you can take the source code and make .deb yourself.

Best of luck!

Why would someone go on the exchange and sell for half the current price? Damn dumpers...smh
A lot of very short sighted children playing this game right now. Very soon they will see the error of their ways. Thankfully they have very short attention spans.

Z


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on May 16, 2014, 01:50:52 PM
2)  I've got a miner set up on my relatively capable gaming PC, and pooling via btq.ext-pool.net.  It's 3-core Athalon IIX3 445 (3.1Ghz); I'm CPU mining.  However, all I seem to be seeing on my dashboard at ext-pool is "0 BTQ / Immature" ... no payouts have landed at my wallet.  Am I reading that wrong, or after 12h of mining am I still chewing on unverified chains?

Answering my own post here, but I wanted to let folks know that the first payments from btq.ext-pool.net arrived late last night.  So, it took nearly 36h of mining before I had been in the pool for a full round and thus got counted in on the shares. 

So, for anyone else new and just getting started, just be patient and let it run.  Expect a 1 to 2 day "donation window" of mining before you get into a round.  Even with three miners accounting for ~75% of a block by themselves, there is still room for the "little guy" chewing some spare cycles on his PC.  Doing nothing more than "small and idle" mining on my system, this morning there was 2.5BTQ waiting for me. 

The reality check on that statement is that 1BTQ = $0.01USD as of this morning.  Like any other Crypto Coin, this is not a "get rich for nothing" arrangement.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on May 16, 2014, 01:58:35 PM
Thanks, Michel. I have tried installing the daemon on CentOS 6.5 that I put on my wife's laptop only because it was the only linux OS that had native support for the Broadcom wireless adapter in it. PIMA, really. The install attempt was a complete bust for me but I'm no wiz when it comes to Linux. I barely scrape by.

I had played with Red Hat a long time ago when I was first testing the Linux waters to ween myself away from winblows. It's not nearly as consumer friendly as Ubuntu and other Debian derivatives. I gave up on it. If you succeed I hope you'll post the method you used. You'll probably have to wait for .deb installers and convert to .rpm for CentOS unless you can take the source code and make .deb yourself.

Best of luck!

Good morning, Z!

Thanks for the reply.  I'll keep messing with it and I'll post if / when I hit some success.  I have a battery of xeon-based video conferencing servers that sit idle 8h plus a development server that is low-load about 20h a day that I CPU miner or even a wallet miner could likely do OK on.  I'll see if I can't come up with an install how-to for CentOS and post it up where folks can try/ verify it.

I agree that RH/Cent are behind the curve on end-user ergonomics.  They are really more focused on the business server side of things.  If you want to spin up a good Linux desktop experience "easily" then Ubuntu is absolutely the way to go.

TTFN and "Keep On Mining"  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptomines on May 16, 2014, 03:18:25 PM
Are the stats for this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ (https://cpu-pool.net/btq/) accurate? 14 mh/s really only get you 2.349 BTQ daily?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 16, 2014, 03:31:25 PM
Looking to buy 2k-20k BTQ, please PM offers


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 16, 2014, 03:37:23 PM
Are the stats for this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ (https://cpu-pool.net/btq/) accurate? 14 mh/s really only get you 2.349 BTQ daily?

The hashrate is accurate, but the estimated payout on the "pool" page isn't accurate at all.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 16, 2014, 03:38:53 PM
Howdy, folks.
I'm just getting started on mining in BTQ, and I was hoping if y'all could answer a couple of quick questions.

1)  Is there a "known good" CentOS build procedure?  I took a shot at getting the Github BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.10 and it's not playing well.

2)  I've got a miner set up on my relatively capable gaming PC, and pooling via btq.ext-pool.net.  It's 3-core Atlalon IIX3 445 (3.1Ghz); I'm CPU mining.  However, all I seem to be seeing on my dashboard at ext-pool is "0 BTQ / Immature" ... no payouts have landed at my waller.  Am I reading that wrong, or after 12h of mining am I still chewing on unverified chains?

3)  Because of the company I run, I have several "headless" servers that a CPU-mined coin like BTQ is very interesting to me.  Can anyone recommend a CPU-based BTQ miner that is "known good" on CentOS 5 or 6?  I'll likely have at least one "permanent / public" node up at all times if I can get this working.

Shoutouts to BitQuark & ZeroFossilFuels ... thanks very much for all you're doing in your respective spaces.

Thanks Michel. I'm somewhat new to Linux and I have really only used Ubuntu. If I can find any helpful info, I'll post it on here for you.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on May 16, 2014, 03:41:59 PM
Are the stats for this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ (https://cpu-pool.net/btq/) accurate? 14 mh/s really only get you 2.349 BTQ daily?

Well, I'm running between 80 and 150 Kh/s and during USA daylight hours, that's not enough to hit a payout.  I was processing fast enough between about midnight ADT to about 11am ADT to hit 3 BTQ ... but once the mid-west woke up, I'm not hashing fast enough to register.

So, AVG(80,150) = 115KH/s * 11h * 3600s/h /1 000 000 =  4.5MH
3.3BTQ / 4.5MH = ~0.73 BTQ/MH ... so you'd think that 14MH would net you around 10BTQ per day.

Check my math;  I'm lousy at it.  


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cryptomines on May 16, 2014, 04:17:24 PM
I'm hitting 7-10 blocks per hour solo mining with 3* 750ti's (9 mh/s). So 420-600 BTQ daily, I was just curious how the pools paid out compared to solo.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 16, 2014, 04:23:55 PM
I'm hitting 7-10 blocks per hour solo mining with 3* 750ti's (9 mh/s). So 420-600 BTQ daily, I was just curious how the pools paid out compared to solo.

Same here....I've found that if you are GPU mining, then it's best to solo mine. I'm running four R9-280X GPU's and I'm get about the same as you 7-10 blocks per hour.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 16, 2014, 11:42:28 PM
One R9-280x, two HD7950, 6.3Mh/s combined AMD plus two GT640 at 1.6Mh/s combined, 7.9Mh's total, about 5 blocks an hour solo.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 12:08:48 AM
I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 12:49:43 AM
I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 12:53:06 AM
I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)

Yeah I've been watching it lol...pretty interesting lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 12:57:17 AM
I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)

Yeah I've been watching it lol...pretty interesting lol

price is up and down from 1600 to 7000 satoshi:)
i am interested how high we can go in few months:)



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 17, 2014, 01:02:14 AM
Why did air-pool.net drop BTQ? Somebody piss him off? See for yourself. Not on the list. https://air-pool.net/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 01:05:59 AM
I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)

Yeah I've been watching it lol...pretty interesting lol

price is up and down from 1600 to 7000 satoshi:)
i am interested how high we can go in few months:)



I think we will see some very interesting pricing for BTQ in the coming months  ;)  I'm happy to see that the true BitQuarkers aren't selling off at these low prices. We have a small, but very strong community!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 01:07:24 AM
Why did air-pool.net drop BTQ? Somebody piss him off? See for yourself. Not on the list. https://air-pool.net/

Hmmm...not sure what happened to air-pool.net I will see if I can contact the person running it and see what they say happened. Maybe cuz there weren't many miners on there???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 17, 2014, 01:49:30 AM
Why did air-pool.net drop BTQ? Somebody piss him off? See for yourself. Not on the list. https://air-pool.net/

Hmmm...not sure what happened to air-pool.net I will see if I can contact the person running it and see what they say happened. Maybe cuz there weren't many miners on there???
No, he STILL doesn't have many miners there. But he's also not P2pool anymore. He went all MPOS. That's okay with me too but he forgot something.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 01:51:13 AM
Why did air-pool.net drop BTQ? Somebody piss him off? See for yourself. Not on the list. https://air-pool.net/

Hmmm...not sure what happened to air-pool.net I will see if I can contact the person running it and see what they say happened. Maybe cuz there weren't many miners on there???
No, he STILL doesn't have many miners there. But he's also not P2pool anymore. He went all MPOS. That's okay with me too but he forgot something.

Oh ok...what did he forget?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mechanikka on May 17, 2014, 05:12:34 AM
sell 10000 btq for 0.29 btc


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 03:29:41 PM
Whats up with people bringing the price down by selling 0.5647 BTQ for 0.00002001 BTC??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: hopper21 on May 17, 2014, 03:34:43 PM
Whats up with people bringing the price down by selling 0.5647 BTQ for 0.00002001 BTC??

Maybe someone is trying to manipulate the market.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 03:38:45 PM
Whats up with people bringing the price down by selling 0.5647 BTQ for 0.00002001 BTC??

Maybe someone is trying to manipulate the market.

Yeah I think you are right! Every time the BTQ price goes up, someone sells like 1 BTQ for less that half the current price....smh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 03:45:53 PM
Whats up with people bringing the price down by selling 0.5647 BTQ for 0.00002001 BTC??

Maybe someone is trying to manipulate the market.

Yeah I think you are right! Every time the BTQ price goes up, someone sells like 1 BTQ for less that half the current price....smh

i think it is bot trading like that


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 17, 2014, 03:54:54 PM
SO? Fight fire with fire. Sell 1 BTQ to yourself for double the market price!  Or sell it to me. I'll buy one at 4x the market price! 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: reRaise on May 17, 2014, 03:56:28 PM
There is a new quark exchange coming starting with quark algos www.qex.la


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 04:07:44 PM
SO? Fight fire with fire. Sell 1 BTQ to yourself for double the market price!  Or sell it to me. I'll buy one at 4x the market price! 8)

LOL yea I suppose you could do that also :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 04:08:29 PM
There is a new quark exchange coming starting with quark algos www.qex.la

I emailed them last week and they are going to add BitQuark to the exchange with in a couple weeks after they launch :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 04:26:41 PM
SO? Fight fire with fire. Sell 1 BTQ to yourself for double the market price!  Or sell it to me. I'll buy one at 4x the market price! 8)

so i bought 1 btq at 6434:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 04:51:02 PM
SO? Fight fire with fire. Sell 1 BTQ to yourself for double the market price!  Or sell it to me. I'll buy one at 4x the market price! 8)

so i bought 1 btq at 6434:)

LOL me too! It would not surprise me one bit if it was someone from the Quarkcoin community bringing down the price every time it goes up...they do not like BitQuark...I guess they feel threatened by it 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 05:18:49 PM
SO? Fight fire with fire. Sell 1 BTQ to yourself for double the market price!  Or sell it to me. I'll buy one at 4x the market price! 8)

so i bought 1 btq at 6434:)

LOL me too! It would not surprise me one bit if it was someone from the Quarkcoin community bringing down the price every time it goes up...they do not like BitQuark...I guess they feel threatened by it 8)

i am also from qrk community and have large amount of qrk, but we cannot stay with one coin and fight with other coins, we should work together but some people do not undestand it and my patience to expain it is almost over, i got very large amount of qrk and if they will not change position and stop stupid explenation i will be out, because crypto is idea not money


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 05:21:31 PM
and i will not let btq go under 2000satoshi, this price i will keep for sure till btq will mainstream, my wall will be always there and after that higher:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 06:34:19 PM
I was also a big holder of Quarkcoin, but as the mining period approached the inflation period I sold off about half of my supply because I knew it would only be a matter of time before Quarkcoin's value would drop to what it is now. There's no longer a viable incentive for the miners of Quarkcoin. They don't charge a transaction fee, which would go to the miners and help secure the network. QRK's network is in danger because of this. Like I've said many times before, this is the reason I developed BitQuark so that it would have long term mining and a fair distribution. There really isn't no one majority holder of BTQ compared to that of QRK. I wish them the best, but it doesn't look good for them at the moment.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 06:38:22 PM
I was also a big holder of Quarkcoin, but as the mining period approached the inflation period I sold off about half of my supply because I knew it would only be a matter of time before Quarkcoin's value would drop to what it is now. There's no longer a viable incentive for the miners of Quarkcoin. They don't charge a transaction fee, which would go to the miners and help secure the network. QRK's network is in danger because of this. Like I've said many times before, this is the reason I developed BitQuark so that it would have long term mining and a fair distribution. There really isn't no one majority holder of BTQ compared to that of QRK. I wish them the best, but it doesn't look good for them at the moment.

i laso sold 50% and i think to sell the rest and buy better mining equipment to mine scrypt coin and sell for btq



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 06:41:51 PM
i own one of largest company selling new and used servers, network equipmet and it equipment all connected with networking, have 3000m2 warehouse of equipment and i can take btq payment for eu costumers, so in future i can be first seller who takes btq for sold equipment,
now price is still to low to do it


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: reRaise on May 17, 2014, 07:25:42 PM
There is a new quark exchange coming starting with quark algos www.qex.la

I emailed them last week and they are going to add BitQuark to the exchange with in a couple weeks after they launch :)

Yeah quarkcoins united  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 08:58:38 PM
This is a page I made for people who want to keep up with the current BTC and USD pricing of BTQ...the page auto refreshes every 15 seconds.
http://www.bitquark.info/btq-stats.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 10:33:28 PM
This is a page I made for people who want to keep up with the current BTC and USD pricing of BTQ...the page auto refreshes every 15 seconds.
http://www.bitquark.info/btq-stats.php

easy simple site this is what i like, now i dont have to calculate the price:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 17, 2014, 10:36:13 PM
This is a page I made for people who want to keep up with the current BTC and USD pricing of BTQ...the page auto refreshes every 15 seconds.
http://www.bitquark.info/btq-stats.php

easy simple site this is what i like, now i dont have to calculate the price:)

Yea I figured I would make it as simple as possible. If there's anything you would like to see added, just let me know.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 17, 2014, 10:43:15 PM
This is a page I made for people who want to keep up with the current BTC and USD pricing of BTQ...the page auto refreshes every 15 seconds.
http://www.bitquark.info/btq-stats.php

easy simple site this is what i like, now i dont have to calculate the price:)

Yea I figured I would make it as simple as possible. If there's anything you would like to see added, just let me know.

all info is what we need, if volume will be higher then u can add volume, but now it is to small i think


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 19, 2014, 01:06:16 AM
Ok I need everyone to email Moolah and request that BitQuark be added. I talked to them and asked how we could get added and they said users need to contact them and request that BTQ be added. So we need to drop them some emails at support@moolah.ch requesting BTQ be added.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 19, 2014, 02:02:15 AM
Ok I need everyone to email Moolah and request that BitQuark be added. I talked to them and asked how we could get added and they said users need to contact them and request that BTQ be added. So we need to drop them some emails at support@moolah.ch requesting BTQ be added.

sure done


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 19, 2014, 02:50:53 AM
Just got this email from Moolah

Thanks for contacting us! I have brought this up with the team, and we will discuss adding it to our platform!
---

Hatz


Hopefully they will add BTQ. If they do add us to their site, we will be able to make BTQ paper wallets and gift cards via Moogen :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 19, 2014, 03:50:43 AM
How would you guys like to do a BTQ lottery?? I was thinking a 10 BTQ entry fee and you would need to generate a different BTQ address for each entry. I would collect the BTQ's for one week and then draw one address and post the wining address on here and via twitter. The winner would get 75% of the total amount collected and the other 25% would go towards bounties and development. So what do you guys think?? Yes?? No??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on May 19, 2014, 06:29:20 AM
That sounds pretty fun. Im in.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 19, 2014, 07:47:24 AM
ok, lets start trading using btq

for sale: brand new headset FUJITSU HS S2000NC, brand new boxed, retail 70GBP, here only 3000btq


http://tech-solutions.fenixhost.pl/zdjecia/FUJITSU/NOWE%20PROFESJONALNE%20S%a3UCHAWKI%20FUJITSU%20HS%20S2000NC%20!!.jpg

40 pieces available

free eu shipment, pm if want to buy so cheap


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on May 19, 2014, 06:43:59 PM
In chat last night I asked BitJohn to add btq to the vote page and he graciously obliged.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 19, 2014, 07:18:38 PM
In chat last night I asked BitJohn to add btq to the vote page and he graciously obliged.
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes

That's awesome!!! I've been emailing them for the past 2 months requesting they add it and didn't have any luck lol I don't know what you said to BitJohn but you got it added to the voting!!! Great job!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on May 19, 2014, 07:49:41 PM
The future is bright, the future is bitquark!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on May 19, 2014, 07:51:42 PM
I used to chat about coins with him a lot back in the early days of cryptsy. I just linked him to this topic and told him I mined since launch...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 19, 2014, 08:32:37 PM
The future is bright, the future is bitquark!

I think so too!!! If people were smart, they would grab up as many BTQ's at the current cheap price, because when BTQ hits a major exchange such as Cryptsy I think the volume of trading and price will go up a lot!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on May 19, 2014, 11:05:39 PM
The future is bright, the future is bitquark!

I think so too!!! If people were smart, they would grab up as many BTQ's at the current cheap price, because when BTQ hits a major exchange such as Cryptsy I think the volume of trading and price will go up a lot!!!

just be careful not to buy BTQ at bter.com because that's not actually BitQuark ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 19, 2014, 11:10:09 PM
The future is bright, the future is bitquark!

I think so too!!! If people were smart, they would grab up as many BTQ's at the current cheap price, because when BTQ hits a major exchange such as Cryptsy I think the volume of trading and price will go up a lot!!!

just be careful not to buy BTQ at bter.com because that's not actually BitQuark ;)

Yea I know! I think that has some people confused, cuz I saw it on another site and it was listed as BTQ BitQuark but its not BitQuark lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 20, 2014, 12:10:31 AM
Did anyone read this article?? http://techcrunch.com/2014/05/19/western-union-and-ebay-try-to-horn-in-on-bitcoin-with-new-patents/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 20, 2014, 12:35:03 AM
I really wish the person running CPU-Pool.net would lower the confirmation from 260 down to 140  :-\
http://www.bitquark.info/images/cpu-pool.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 20, 2014, 01:26:24 AM
Now I remember why I hate trading on BTer...they are slow as hell. Just sent 2600 QRK to sell so I can then send the BTC's over to C-Cex to buy more BTQ's. Well I've already got more than 32 confirmations and still nothing showing up on BTer...GRRRR!!

EDIT: Took 30 mins for BTer to process the transaction...smh


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on May 20, 2014, 03:33:32 AM
1Er2vigdpGyRWe6RdTrPZhGRKjVu51fRjo

Don't check the address above with a block explorer...you might cry.  ;)

I do.

I'm still just CPU mining.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 20, 2014, 03:37:32 AM
1Er2vigdpGyRWe6RdTrPZhGRKjVu51fRjo

Don't check the address above with a block explorer...you might cry.  ;)

I do.

I'm still just CPU mining.

 ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on May 20, 2014, 12:54:39 PM
G'morning, folks...

Can anyone provide a working example config for "Wallet Mining" ?  I'm playing around with an older Windows XP machine that actually has a decent CPU/GPU in it, so for interests sake I put a copy of the BTQ 32-bit Windows Wallet on it.  Runs fine, no issues.

I currently have 11 connected peers, and am up to date on network transaction history.  So, all is well on that front.

I went to the console and entered "setgenerate true 1" followed by "getmininginfo" and got what seemed to be reasonable data back.  I left it run all night, and as of this morning, can't see that anything has actually happened.  :)

All of the dedicated CPU/GPU miners that I can find do not run on WinXP ... they immediately crash out.  Hence the interest in getting "Wallet Mining" working on this box.

Thanks in advance for any help that's provided!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on May 20, 2014, 10:11:25 PM
bitquark.conf

rpcuser=bitquark
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*
rpcport=9108
port=9596
addnode=112.111.83.244:12256
addnode=103.24.88.5:50264
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=220.166.171.10:9115
addnode=76.108.164.127:57864
addnode=81.154.205.63:55289
addnode=203.156.196.226:61682
addnode=69.8.51.75:35542
addnode=5.9.248.182:60084
addnode=124.234.48.148:14129
addnode=125.70.106.2:9596
addnode=91.67.71.178:9596
addnode=42.239.119.231:9596
addnode=64.53.248.79:9596
addnode=118.112.122.146:9596
addnode=98.119.203.187:9596
addnode=46.119.119.40:9596
addnode=114.66.195.170:9596
addnode=58.47.58.15:9596
addnode=62.210.123.27:9596
addnode=182.91.54.125:9596
addnode=122.192.218.120:9596
addnode=178.49.193.142:9596
addnode=174.107.145.6:9596
addnode=115.28.161.67:9596
addnode=210.195.183.143:9596
addnode=123.161.55.60:9596
gen=0
server=1
listen=1
mintxfee=0.00001
mintxrelayfee=0.00000000

* You MUST open port 9596 on your router/firewall to allow connect to the BitQuark network!

http://btq.ext-pool.net/
Ive been p2pool mining on this pool. Also, if you are p2pool mining, the name and password in your config file doesnt matter.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0
This is a good miner to use for the quark algorithm. Just download any of the windows binaries that includes "QRK".

My .bat file for mining on that p2pool looks like this.
Quote
sgminer -k quarkcoin -o btq.ext-pool.net:2020 -u PutYourBTQAddressHere -p X -I 16 -g 4 -w 64

Happy mining! If you have any issues just post here and we will help ya out.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 21, 2014, 12:16:47 AM
I really wish the person running CPU-Pool.net would lower the confirmation from 260 down to 140  :-\
http://www.bitquark.info/images/cpu-pool.png
Well if you weren't mining at 15Mh/s then it WOULDN'T be such an issue! NOW WOULD IT???  :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 21, 2014, 12:26:45 AM
I really wish the person running CPU-Pool.net would lower the confirmation from 260 down to 140  :-\
http://www.bitquark.info/images/cpu-pool.png
Well if you weren't mining at 15Mh/s then it WOULDN'T be such an issue! NOW WOULD IT???  :P

Yea true lol...usually I just solo mine, except if the diff is high then I'll jump in the pool and help out...I guess sometimes I stay in the pool too long lol  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 21, 2014, 01:08:50 AM
Ok guys I've about got the BitQuark Lotto page finished  :) So next question for everyone...How would you guys like to do the drawing? Every 6 hrs, 12 hrs, 24 hrs? Twice a week? or Once a week?

So to recap on how it works, for every 10 BTQ's it will equal one entry and the winner will get 75% of the pot...the other 25% will go towards bounties and future development.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on May 21, 2014, 01:38:15 AM
1)  Is there a "known good" CentOS build procedure?  I took a shot at getting the Github BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.10 and it's not playing well.

Just a quick update to this... I seem to have a working instance of  BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.x now ...  going to let it run for a day or two to verify stability, then duplicate it to another machine.  If it works twice, I'll post here with the steps required.

TTFN.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on May 21, 2014, 03:32:39 AM
Ok guys I've about got the BitQuark Lotto page finished  :) So next question for everyone...How would you guys like to do the drawing? Every 6 hrs, 12 hrs, 24 hrs? Twice a week? or Once a week?

So to recap on how it works, for every 10 BTQ's it will equal one entry and the winner will get 75% of the pot...the other 25% will go towards bounties and future development.
I feel like once a day would be too much. Maybe twice a week?

Also how do you use the blockchain explorer to search by address?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 21, 2014, 06:06:38 PM
Yea I'm also thinking twice a week would be best.

The block explorer that I'm currently using doesn't allow for address look up. I've only found one that does allow address look up and you have to setup a SQL database for it. If I remember right the name of it is Abe block explorer. I may test it out and add it in the future.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 21, 2014, 11:39:55 PM
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That BTQ isn't BitQuark....it's BTQ from BTer.com...it's one of their "security" funds based on CNY...I'm guessing Cryptonator is confused on this. Maybe they can change the exchange from BTer.com to C-cex and Comkort.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on May 21, 2014, 11:47:59 PM
That dude has been spamming that post on a ton of threads.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 21, 2014, 11:59:38 PM
Talked to BitJohn last night on Cryptsy.com and asked him to add a BTC address to the BitQuark voting link and it's now up :-)
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes

Does anyone know how often they select coins from the voting page to be added??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: romario on May 22, 2014, 12:11:06 AM
That BTQ isn't BitQuark....it's BTQ from BTer.com...it's one of their "security" funds based on CNY...I'm guessing Cryptonator is confused on this. Maybe they can change the exchange from BTer.com to C-cex and Comkort.

my bad, will check it tomorrow

That dude has been spamming that post on a ton of threads.

well, just offering free price tickers, nothing more


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MarketNeutral on May 22, 2014, 12:32:01 AM
That BTQ isn't BitQuark....it's BTQ from BTer.com...it's one of their "security" funds based on CNY...I'm guessing Cryptonator is confused on this. Maybe they can change the exchange from BTer.com to C-cex and Comkort.

my bad, will check it tomorrow

That dude has been spamming that post on a ton of threads.

well, just offering free price tickers, nothing more

Start a new spammy thread about your spammy spam instead of spamming every thread on bitcointalk. Again, START A NEW THREAD.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on May 22, 2014, 12:49:34 AM
I get the BTQ / USD rate from cryptofleamarket.com/rates/

I hope they finish that soon.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 22, 2014, 12:53:15 AM
I get the BTQ / USD rate from cryptofleamarket.com/rates/

I hope they finish that soon.


BTQ/USD, Market Cap, Current Buy/Sell, BTQ/BTC, Coins Minted, Network Hashrate, Blocks, and Difficulty. Page refreshes every 15 secs.
http://www.bitquark.info/btq-stats.php


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 22, 2014, 02:44:54 AM
Something I've notice with a lot of crypto's and exchanges...it looks like most crypto's don't get their spotlight til the coin supply reaches around 4 Million coins for coins with total mintage around 20 - 25 Million coins. Has anyone else noticed this?? BitQuark will hit 4 Million coins minted around February 2015 ;) So with that being said, Mine, Mine, Mine, & Mine some more!!! 8)

Example: Look at Darkcoin;
Algo: X11
Coins to be Issued : 22,000,000
Block Time : 2.50 minute(s)
Block Reward : 7.00 coins
Minted Coins : 4,313,981 DRK
Current Fiat Value : $ 8.31 USD

Now look at BitQuark;
Algo: Quark
Coins to be Issued : 21,000,000
Block Time : 30 secs.
Block Rewards : 2.50 coins
Minted Coins : 576,855 BTQ
Current Fiat Value : $ 0.015 USD

So I think BTQ has a very bright future in the crypto world!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on May 22, 2014, 12:40:05 PM
Something I've notice with a lot of crypto's and exchanges...it looks like most crypto's don't get their spotlight til the coin supply reaches around 4 Million coins for coins with total mintage around 20 - 25 Million coins. Has anyone else noticed this?? BitQuark will hit 4 Million coins minted around February 2015 ;) So with that being said, Mine, Mine, Mine, & Mine some more!!! 8)

Example: Look at Darkcoin;
Algo: X11
Coins to be Issued : 22,000,000
Block Time : 2.50 minute(s)
Block Reward : 7.00 coins
Minted Coins : 4,313,981 DRK
Current Fiat Value : $ 8.31 USD

Now look at BitQuark;
Algo: Quark
Coins to be Issued : 21,000,000
Block Time : 30 secs.
Block Rewards : 2.50 coins
Minted Coins : 576,855 BTQ
Current Fiat Value : $ 0.015 USD

So I think BTQ has a very bright future in the crypto world!!

Yes but, what about special features like Darksend?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 22, 2014, 01:21:04 PM
There are limitations to "DarkSend", like you can only send a maximum of 10 DRK coins. Also by it being sent from "unknown" addresses, you can't have stuff like lotteries and other games that rely on having to know the senders address.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: GrinZ on May 22, 2014, 04:21:33 PM
Created new multifaucet. Get FREE BTQ!
multifaucet . tk (http://188.134.72.213/)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 22, 2014, 07:03:03 PM
Created new multifaucet. Get FREE BTQ!
multifaucet . tk (http://188.134.72.213/)

OOOOOOOOOHHHhhh. A whole 0.001BTQ a day? What ever would I do with all that coin?
Considering that even a single computer CPU mining can expect no less than 10 BTQ or so a day pool mining, I dare say no one will pay you any attention.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on May 22, 2014, 09:14:06 PM
I'm having some weird problems with the wallet. I'm mostly solo mining and for the most of the day i get an expected amount. But after a while, even if the difficulty is around 200, my income would become horribly non regular like 10-30x longer to get a block. Then I close the wallet and always get a "bitquark has stopped responding" part and then ofcourse I have to force close it. When I open it again, my income rate is again back on track. This has started a couple of days ago. Has anyone else encountered this? 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 23, 2014, 01:17:43 AM
I'm having some weird problems with the wallet. I'm mostly solo mining and for the most of the day i get an expected amount. But after a while, even if the difficulty is around 200, my income would become horribly non regular like 10-30x longer to get a block. Then I close the wallet and always get a "bitquark has stopped responding" part and then ofcourse I have to force close it. When I open it again, my income rate is again back on track. This has started a couple of days ago. Has anyone else encountered this? 
Not I. Been solo mining for weeks. Only problem I run into is I can't point more than 4 computers total to the local daemon. Additional computers simply do not mine.

What OS are you using? What version wallet do you have? Did you compile or are you using a pre-compiled binary?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 23, 2014, 01:32:02 AM
I haven't had any problems with solo mining either.

on another note, it looks LTC is dying and DRK is taking over. 36 hours ago I dumped all my LTC and QRK, then exchanged them for DRK @ 0.0136 BTC each...now I have more than doubled my money and once I see DRK starting to decline, I will then cash out and buy a truck load of BTQ 8)

EDIT: DRK just hit 0.028 BTC 0.033 BTC...that's effin crazy


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 23, 2014, 02:36:54 AM
I actually started mining DRK a bit. Aside from the 10DRK Darksend limit and outrageous diff, I like the anonymous model.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 23, 2014, 02:42:35 AM
I actually started mining DRK a bit. Aside from the 10DRK Darksend limit and outrageous diff, I like the anonymous model.

I think there is a better way to make transactions anonymous without limitations. I will work on such a method for BTQ ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: GrinZ on May 23, 2014, 05:49:09 AM
Created new multifaucet. Get FREE BTQ!
multifaucet . tk (http://188.134.72.213/)

OOOOOOOOOHHHhhh. A whole 0.001BTQ a day? What ever would I do with all that coin?
Considering that even a single computer CPU mining can expect no less than 10 BTQ or so a day pool mining, I dare say no one will pay you any attention.


Faucet balance: 0.99798
Reserve    Drop size
> 0   0.001
> 100   0.01
> 1000   0.1
> 10000   1
> 100000   10
> 1000000   20
> 10000000   50

Donate, to to increase payments!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 23, 2014, 10:46:59 AM
I actually started mining DRK a bit. Aside from the 10DRK Darksend limit and outrageous diff, I like the anonymous model.

I think there is a better way to make transactions anonymous without limitations. I will work on such a method for BTQ ;)

good idea, darksend is only ok if client can choose to send anonymous or regular, if coin has to be taken by mainstream, then darksend is bad, because mainstream will not accept darksend, but darksend will be used fo shady businessess, so 2 ways of transactions have to be as a client posibility


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 23, 2014, 11:11:58 AM
My winblows 7 work laptop took some updates a couple of days ago. Whereas is WAS mining at about 73Kh/s/thread x 4 (290 total), best it will do now is 15Kh/s/thread using Win64_All_Improved2 minerd.exe or 12KH/s/thread using quark_cpuminer-2.3.2_w64. WTF???


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on May 23, 2014, 01:03:06 PM
I'm having some weird problems with the wallet. I'm mostly solo mining and for the most of the day i get an expected amount. But after a while, even if the difficulty is around 200, my income would become horribly non regular like 10-30x longer to get a block. Then I close the wallet and always get a "bitquark has stopped responding" part and then ofcourse I have to force close it. When I open it again, my income rate is again back on track. This has started a couple of days ago. Has anyone else encountered this? 
Not I. Been solo mining for weeks. Only problem I run into is I can't point more than 4 computers total to the local daemon. Additional computers simply do not mine.

What OS are you using? What version wallet do you have? Did you compile or are you using a pre-compiled binary?

No I'm using the newest official binaries (I don't compile). I'm on 7 64 bit. Oh well, I was just wondering if this is a general problem. Guess it's just me. I wil try and put the wallet on the desktop, because right now it is on a drive that shuts down automatically and I think it might be causing some slight problems.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 23, 2014, 11:25:16 PM
Here are some items I have for sell. ZeroFossilFuel, i know you know what these circuits are and what they are used for. I designed the layout and I build these myself :)

9XA Circuit - This is a replication of Stan's 9XA Circuit. This circuit is based on the 8XA Circuit, but it has the addition of a Gated Pulse Generator along with the Resonant Pulse Generator and the pulsing range for both generators are from < 1 Hz - 10k Hz @ 50% fixed duty cycle. Please allow 3-4 weeks before delivery.
Price: 4,600 BTQ
http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/9XA-COM.jpg


8XA Circuit - Professionally manufactured 8XA Circuit bare circuit boards. Each board will measure 4.6"x2.3" and will be double sided with the silkscreen layout on top side.   Please allow 3-4 weeks before delivery.
Price: 3,600 BTQ
http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/8XA-WPS.png

I ship worldwide.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 24, 2014, 01:35:17 PM
Ah, yes, but when I'm playing around in this field now, I use an Arduino, and/or Square1 SIC. Maybe I should offer up some of my CCPWM,s!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 24, 2014, 05:16:51 PM
Ah, yes, but when I'm playing around in this field now, I use an Arduino, and/or Square1 SIC. Maybe I should offer up some of my CCPWM,s!

Oh ok I gotcha...just write the code and download it to the board and you're good to go :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 24, 2014, 05:23:17 PM
QUESTION: Ok with all these other crypto's coming out with "anonymous" sending features etc., how does one stay "anonymous" when buying an item online?? Wouldn't you loose your "anonymity" when you buy that item and then have to enter your shipping information?? So why are these people so worried about being totally "anonymous"? Is it to hide from the NSA, FBI, IRS, and other government agencies? If that's the case, then all the government has to do is run a port scanner on your ISP and look for open ports that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies use...then they can track all transactions from there and identify the user. Am I right or wrong??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 25, 2014, 12:19:03 AM
QUESTION: Ok with all these other crypto's coming out with "anonymous" sending features etc., how does one stay "anonymous" when buying an item online?? Wouldn't you loose your "anonymity" when you buy that item and then have to enter your shipping information?? So why are these people so worried about being totally "anonymous"? Is it to hide from the NSA, FBI, IRS, and other government agencies? If that's the case, then all the government has to do is run a port scanner on your ISP and look for open ports that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies use...then they can track all transactions from there and identify the user. Am I right or wrong??

I am sure if coins with anonymous transactions ever go mainstream, gov will ban it, using it will be illegal, it should be call crimecoin, blackmarketcoin etc, it will be illegal for sure, but people cannot understand it:)

now they make masternodes start, u have to by 1000drk to get it, i can only imagine what will happen if devs have instamined coins, this could be epic:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 12:21:50 AM
QUESTION: Ok with all these other crypto's coming out with "anonymous" sending features etc., how does one stay "anonymous" when buying an item online?? Wouldn't you loose your "anonymity" when you buy that item and then have to enter your shipping information?? So why are these people so worried about being totally "anonymous"? Is it to hide from the NSA, FBI, IRS, and other government agencies? If that's the case, then all the government has to do is run a port scanner on your ISP and look for open ports that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies use...then they can track all transactions from there and identify the user. Am I right or wrong??

I am sure if coins with anonymous transactions ever go mainstream, gov will ban it, using it will be illegal, it should be call crimecoin, blackmarketcoin etc, it will be illegal for sure, but people cannot understand it:)

now they make masternodes start, u have to by 1000drk to get it, i can only imagine what will happen if devs have instamined coins, this could be epic:)

You are right about that!!

I sold all my DRK on the exchange before then price dropped. Then I took what I made from them and bought more BTQ's :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 25, 2014, 12:35:49 AM
QUESTION: Ok with all these other crypto's coming out with "anonymous" sending features etc., how does one stay "anonymous" when buying an item online?? Wouldn't you loose your "anonymity" when you buy that item and then have to enter your shipping information?? So why are these people so worried about being totally "anonymous"? Is it to hide from the NSA, FBI, IRS, and other government agencies? If that's the case, then all the government has to do is run a port scanner on your ISP and look for open ports that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies use...then they can track all transactions from there and identify the user. Am I right or wrong??

I am sure if coins with anonymous transactions ever go mainstream, gov will ban it, using it will be illegal, it should be call crimecoin, blackmarketcoin etc, it will be illegal for sure, but people cannot understand it:)

now they make masternodes start, u have to by 1000drk to get it, i can only imagine what will happen if devs have instamined coins, this could be epic:)

You are right about that!!

I sold all my DRK on the exchange before then price dropped. Then I took what I made from them and bought more BTQ's :)

Maybe the price of drk will rise, but finally will be the end of game, in my personal opinion, i do not believe we can get money in one week, because somebody promised something, example darksend with limits, all devs promise they say it will be in future, they try to keep price high and people have faith only in their words:) but if somebody like risks:)

We now should focus on new exchanges, also we should move reddit forum to see how many members we have.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 25, 2014, 12:39:46 AM
And if there is about making fast money, if drk will start to fall buy doge, most doge members invested from doge into drk so doge price got down, after they will escape from drk doge price will go up fast


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 12:47:42 AM
Yeah maybe we should move all talks over to http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 25, 2014, 12:50:15 AM
Yeah maybe we should move all talks over to http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark/

good idea, then we can have separate threads and comments, it would be easier to communicate, also we can see then how many subscribers/members we have:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 12:55:39 AM
Yeah maybe we should move all talks over to http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark/

good idea, then we can have separate threads and comments, it would be easier to communicate, also we can see then how many subscribers/members we have:)

Sounds good to me! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 25, 2014, 01:07:31 AM
Yeah maybe we should move all talks over to http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark/

good idea, then we can have separate threads and comments, it would be easier to communicate, also we can see then how many subscribers/members we have:)

Sounds good to me! :)

ok, so we can start to open new threads over there, and keep also communication in here


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 01:31:29 AM
Yeah maybe we should move all talks over to http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark/

good idea, then we can have separate threads and comments, it would be easier to communicate, also we can see then how many subscribers/members we have:)

Sounds good to me! :)

ok, so we can start to open new threads over there, and keep also communication in here

Yeah :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 04:18:29 AM
I've setup a BitQuark lottery on one of my servers. 10 BTQ = 1 entry and the winner gets 75% of the pot. I have it set to payout every 72 hours. This is a great way for BitQuarkers to increase their coin supply! You can enter the lottery by following this link http://107.170.17.20/lotto/

As time passes I will update the look of the page so that it matches that of the main website. Good Luck!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 25, 2014, 02:34:36 PM
Guys, please also use and subscribe reddit bitquark forum, it will be easier to see how many members, miners, owners we have,
we can discuss all ideas over there in separate threads, it is easier if somebody can open threads with new ideas, problems etc


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 04:13:40 PM
Guys, please also use and subscribe reddit bitquark forum, it will be easier to see how many members, miners, owners we have,
we can discuss all ideas over there in separate threads, it is easier if somebody can open threads with new ideas, problems etc

+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 25, 2014, 05:43:54 PM
I see where to enter my address but where, again, do I send my BTQ to enter the lottery?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 05:46:05 PM
Where, again, do I send my BTQ to enter the lottery?

http://107.170.17.20/lotto/
Click on the link and then enter your BTQ address. Then it will go to another page that will display an address to send your BTQ's to and then wait for it to confirm.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on May 25, 2014, 05:51:54 PM
I waited. It didn't go there. I guess I screwed up.  :-\

Back to doing a motor swap. http://ustream.tv/channel/zero-labs/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 06:07:06 PM
Here are screenshots of how to play:

Fig. 1) Enter your BTQ address in the box as shown.
http://www.bitquark.info/images/lotto-1.png

Fig. 2) Send 10 BTQ per entry to the address provided and wait for transaction to get 1 confirmation, then page will automatically redirect to next page as seen in Fig. 3
http://www.bitquark.info/images/lotto-2.png

Fig. 3) Once you see this page then your entry has been confirmed and you can click "Return to Entry page".
http://www.bitquark.info/images/lotto-3.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on May 25, 2014, 09:00:28 PM
Please forward all future discussions to BitQuark's Official Reddit forum located here http://www.reddit.com/r/BitQuark/

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on May 31, 2014, 11:16:02 PM
Last time to buy cheap BitQuark ar c-cex, price is rising every day, many buyers, not to many sellers, we are just being listed also on qex.la, also listed on coinmarketcap, price overpassed quark, miners go mine mine mine, we are getting bigger every day

ps. we are talking here and on reddit forum also, please feel free to use both forums, also cryptotalks


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 01, 2014, 02:24:09 AM
+1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 01, 2014, 03:06:07 PM
Any idea when works on qex.la will be finished, we will get higher volume



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 01, 2014, 05:36:23 PM
Any idea when works on qex.la will be finished, we will get higher volume


What are you talking about? There's barely enough volume for c-cex.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 02, 2014, 01:35:06 AM
exchanges getting new buyers not coins:)
so we should not put btq on cryptsy or mintpal, c-cex is all we need?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 02, 2014, 10:30:11 AM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 02, 2014, 12:23:56 PM
anyone know what's going on with cpu-pool.net?



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 02, 2014, 12:43:35 PM
anyone know what's going on with cpu-pool.net?



Don't know. I find EXT pool to be the best. Obfusc is good too.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: reRaise on June 02, 2014, 05:51:44 PM
Bitquark added to https://qex.la


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on June 02, 2014, 09:02:01 PM
Bitquark added to https://qex.la

Great news!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on June 03, 2014, 11:38:01 AM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.
Spot on.

I happen to know that BTQ Dev is working on several unique features that will differentiate this coin from all others, harden it even further as the need arises from ASIC invasion, etc. There are a couple of 3rd party marketplaces already springing up that will allow users to exchange hard goods directly for cryptos. BTQ is on their short lists, as it should be. And THAT is my 0.02BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 03, 2014, 01:48:12 PM
and community looking for skilled people to join dev team and help developer to make bitquark better than any coin
please contact btq developer


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 03, 2014, 04:13:16 PM
BTQ is on europex.eu.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 03, 2014, 10:34:28 PM
So C-Cex.com offers Merchant accounts??? >>> https://c-cex.com/?id=merch


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 04, 2014, 05:22:47 AM
BTQ Update for 6/3/2014:

I setup a new virtual machine today for development of the BitQuark client. I compiled a static 32bit client and I'm now testing it to make sure all is working right. I will also setup another virtual machine later tomorrow so I can compile a static 64bit client. I have made a couple of graphic changes to the wallet and also added the QR Code function. The QR code will come of great value once we get the mobile wallet developed for BitQuark. I am also going to try and compile static client versions for Linux and Mac systems.

P.S. - I will also work on eliminating the "dust" issue. One work around is by doing away with the "Transaction Fee" all together, but that would be a disservice to miners as the fees are added to some block rewards as mining incentives.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 04, 2014, 03:24:50 PM
i heard from some users today will be big buy of btq on exchanges, so it is last time to buy:)
if u dont believe we can have over 1btc buy in one day just check it later
it will come every day so miners should keep it after that they will get a lot more in 1-2 weeks


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 04, 2014, 03:32:19 PM
ok, lets start trading using btq

for sale: brand new headset FUJITSU HS S2000NC, brand new boxed, retail 70GBP, here only 2000btq


http://tech-solutions.fenixhost.pl/zdjecia/FUJITSU/NOWE%20PROFESJONALNE%20S%a3UCHAWKI%20FUJITSU%20HS%20S2000NC%20!!.jpg

40 pieces available

free eu shipment, pm if want to buy so cheap


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 04, 2014, 03:41:22 PM
Members please let us know what skills u have we could use to hel Bitquark grow?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on June 04, 2014, 08:45:42 PM
I can help with website. but I do order one and three on the waiting list


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 04, 2014, 11:12:31 PM
So bitquark rising:)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on June 05, 2014, 04:12:21 PM
it's rising to the moon


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: c-cex on June 05, 2014, 04:37:45 PM
So C-Cex.com offers Merchant accounts??? >>> https://c-cex.com/?id=merch

Correct. All accounts can use our merchant service. You can have full assistance if You need via skype.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: c-cex on June 05, 2014, 04:40:28 PM
Now I remember why I hate trading on BTer...they are slow as hell. Just sent 2600 QRK to sell so I can then send the BTC's over to C-Cex to buy more BTQ's. Well I've already got more than 32 confirmations and still nothing showing up on BTer...GRRRR!!

EDIT: Took 30 mins for BTer to process the transaction...smh

Yes, we have fastest deposits and withdrawals processing on market.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 05, 2014, 05:39:23 PM
yes, correct c-cex is my best exchange, fastest i seen and no one problems so far


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: c-cex on June 05, 2014, 05:56:44 PM
yes, correct c-cex is my best exchange, fastest i seen and no one problems so far

Thank You! Doing our best.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 05, 2014, 08:05:58 PM
I agree, C-Cex is fast and reliable! BTQ is #1 in trade volume (excluding BTC) on C-Cex!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: a00r on June 06, 2014, 12:30:19 PM
http://btq.mine-pool.net/ keeps returning error 502


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: StephenJH on June 07, 2014, 12:14:54 PM
All your bitquark are belong to me!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on June 07, 2014, 12:55:28 PM
http://btq.mine-pool.net/ keeps returning error 502
That is correct. They discontinued all their p2pools in favor of MPOS and left out BTQ when they made the switch. Now it  looks like their entire service us hosed.

That's called Karma. 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on June 07, 2014, 09:15:21 PM
If anyone is suffering from a lot of small coin amounts, like when getting them from p2p pools mining and getting "Transaction too large" when trying to send coins, I finally found the answer. From source code:

Code:
/** The maximum allowed size for a serialized block, in bytes (network rule) */
static const unsigned int MAX_BLOCK_SIZE = 1000000;
/** The maximum size for mined blocks */
static const unsigned int MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_GEN = MAX_BLOCK_SIZE/2;
/** The maximum size for transactions we're willing to relay/mine */
static const unsigned int MAX_STANDARD_TX_SIZE = MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_GEN/5;

// BitQuark: Added safety margin 4000 bytes and 160 transactions
if ((nBytes + 4000 >= MAX_STANDARD_TX_SIZE) || (wtxNew.vin.size() >= 160))
{
  strFailReason = _("Transaction too large");
  return false;
}

So, transaction size limit is 100000 bytes or 159 inputs from coin control, whichever comes first. I verified, it works with 159 inputs, but not with 160 and 161.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 08, 2014, 03:51:34 AM
If anyone is suffering from a lot of small coin amounts, like when getting them from p2p pools mining and getting "Transaction too large" when trying to send coins, I finally found the answer. From source code:

Code:
/** The maximum allowed size for a serialized block, in bytes (network rule) */
static const unsigned int MAX_BLOCK_SIZE = 1000000;
/** The maximum size for mined blocks */
static const unsigned int MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_GEN = MAX_BLOCK_SIZE/2;
/** The maximum size for transactions we're willing to relay/mine */
static const unsigned int MAX_STANDARD_TX_SIZE = MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_GEN/5;

// BitQuark: Added safety margin 4000 bytes and 160 transactions
if ((nBytes + 4000 >= MAX_STANDARD_TX_SIZE) || (wtxNew.vin.size() >= 160))
{
  strFailReason = _("Transaction too large");
  return false;
}

So, transaction size limit is 100000 bytes or 159 inputs from coin control, whichever comes first. I verified, it works with 159 inputs, but not with 160 and 161.


Just an FYI to noobs or non-technical people, because that's what I am, if you P2P pool, every day or so consolidate your transactions in coin control.  Send them to yourself at a different wallet address.

When you have like 40,000 dust transactions, the wallet becomes slow as hell.  Sometimes it's better to just empty your wallet into another one.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 09, 2014, 02:03:45 AM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.

How many BTQ's are you willing to pay for each PCIe riser?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 09, 2014, 08:55:39 AM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.

How many BTQ's are you willing to pay for each PCIe riser?

Hmmm, I'm not sure but I would say around 200-300. I can get one from China for around 3-5 pounds with shipment. But I'm looking at those with the  USB 3 cables. Are you from Europe BTQ?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 09, 2014, 01:30:41 PM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.

How many BTQ's are you willing to pay for each PCIe riser?

Hmmm, I'm not sure but I would say around 200-300. I can get one from China for around 3-5 pounds with shipment. But I'm looking at those with the  USB 3 cables. Are you from Europe BTQ?

I'm from North Carolina USA.
Are you talking about the PCI-E Express 1x to 16x Riser Card with USB 3.0 Cable Extender IDE Powered?? And how many are you looking to buy?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 09, 2014, 04:58:20 PM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.

How many BTQ's are you willing to pay for each PCIe riser?

Hmmm, I'm not sure but I would say around 200-300. I can get one from China for around 3-5 pounds with shipment. But I'm looking at those with the  USB 3 cables. Are you from Europe BTQ?

I'm from North Carolina USA.
Are you talking about the PCI-E Express 1x to 16x Riser Card with USB 3.0 Cable Extender IDE Powered?? And how many are you looking to buy?

Yes, the 1x to 16 powered ones. But even the non USb cable ones would suffice. You're kinda out of luck. I've ordered some last week. But for the sake of BTQ I would buy a couple. But I think you were thinking more like dozens?  ;) I don't have a farm or anything like it. Maybe at the end of the year ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 10, 2014, 12:14:21 AM
Partly. Primary goal should be technical innovations. When you have that, the exchanges will be begging to add BTQ. I have read a post from BTQ the other day and I really liked the idea with the detachment from the fiat currency. Right now most people are thinking how much fiat money are they going to get from altcoins. It should be, what can I buy with them. And like I said earlier the wallet should be the heart of everything. Why not build a store into the wallet? Every wallet owner can be a buyer and a seller. Right now I am selling cryptos for fiat and buying pcie risers. Why am I still doing that? I want to buy some risers in a ecosystem that accepts BTQ's and not go through 3 exchanges and loose xxx% for fees to buy a riser. We could at least try it as a simple prototype. I'm sure BTQ will get much more attention from it than a dozen exchanges. Damn I wish I was coding in something else than matlab and texas nspire...
Also BTQ looks the most promising coin from the quark gang so I would hate to see it just drift away.

Just my 2 fiat cents.

How many BTQ's are you willing to pay for each PCIe riser?

Hmmm, I'm not sure but I would say around 200-300. I can get one from China for around 3-5 pounds with shipment. But I'm looking at those with the  USB 3 cables. Are you from Europe BTQ?

I'm from North Carolina USA.
Are you talking about the PCI-E Express 1x to 16x Riser Card with USB 3.0 Cable Extender IDE Powered?? And how many are you looking to buy?

Yes, the 1x to 16 powered ones. But even the non USb cable ones would suffice. You're kinda out of luck. I've ordered some last week. But for the sake of BTQ I would buy a couple. But I think you were thinking more like dozens?  ;) I don't have a farm or anything like it. Maybe at the end of the year ;D

I'm thinking about buying a batch of them and I'll have some extra's that I'm thinking about selling for BTQ's :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 10, 2014, 03:16:30 AM
EuropEX.eu is delisting BTQ?

Odd since they're keeping FRQ which has been dead for months.

Guess we didn't have enough trade volume.  Anyway, I managed to score some cheap today, only 0.00000050 BTC per BTQ from there.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 10, 2014, 03:28:08 AM
EuropEX.eu is delisting BTQ?

Odd since they're keeping FRQ which has been dead for months.

Guess we didn't have enough trade volume.  Anyway, I managed to score some cheap today, only 0.00000050 BTC per BTQ from there.



Yea most of the volume has been on C-Cex and a little on QEX's exchange.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: techsolution on June 11, 2014, 10:55:57 AM
hi,
i am wholeseller of ex-lease servers, network and all kind it of networking it, can sell for bitquark, just let me know what u need, we have ex-lease and new equipment

we can only sho in eu

available equipment is priced in PLN currency 1pln is 1/3usd

all with 12months warranty, 30% rabate if pay in btq

lists of equipment:

http://allegro.pl/listing/user/listing.php?us_id=24365254

and

http://allegro.pl/listing/user/listing.php?us_id=13819542

if u need translation or any help with items please feel free to ask, small items we can send worldwide, up to 10kg, bigger only european union

we have more equipment not listed worth over 3 millions usd



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on June 12, 2014, 09:10:54 PM
I want radeon x9 270x for 700 btq) I have no more)

who will offer?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 14, 2014, 12:57:03 PM
Any local BTQ owners in need of a kayak?

http://miami.craigslist.org/brw/bar/4519979694.html



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on June 14, 2014, 01:07:27 PM
I want radeon x9 270x for 700 btq) I have no more)

who will offer?

Ok, for 800 btq  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mordecai779 on June 14, 2014, 09:00:23 PM
I want radeon x9 270x for 700 btq) I have no more)

who will offer?

Ok, for 800 btq  ;)

I don't think you will get a 270x for 800BTQ. But then again, how do we define BTQ a standard value?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 15, 2014, 05:44:35 AM
I don't think you will get a 270x for 800BTQ. But then again, how do we define BTQ a standard value?

I want to workout a way to calculate the value of BTQ based on power usage to mine and difficulty of obtaining BitQuark. The harder it is to mine, the more value BTQ will hold. Even though right now the exchange value is low, it will eventually catchup to what we set BTQ's value to...much like supply and demand determines values.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on June 15, 2014, 04:40:33 PM
You might want to update pools list, I just checked:

Code:
MPOS
https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ 48.81 MH/s 27 miners
https://btq.obfuscode.net 7.381 MH/s 1  miner

P2P
http://btq.ext-pool.net/ 56.93 MH/s 20 miners
http://btq.zcoins.org:9782/static/ 3.46 MH/s 8  miners

DEAD
p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112
http://btq.mine-pool.net/
http://btq.altcryptomining.com/
http://bit.hashrapid.com/
http://coins.inceptioncraft.net/bitquarkcoin/mpos/
http://btq.air-pool.net/
http://btq.akpool.net/

Quote from: getmininginfo
"networkhashps" : 142945105
and total hashes from pools: 116581000
hashes from solomining: 26 364 105


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 16, 2014, 05:21:56 AM
This is the formula I've came up with so far for determining BTQ's value:

((Diff*Reward)/(Money Supply))*RewardPercentage

ex. 1 - Diff = 250 ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 741,270 ; Block Reward % = 100%
((250*2.5)/(741270))*100 = $0.0843

ex. 2 - Diff = 500 ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 741,270 ; Block Reward % = 100%
((500*2.5)/(741270))*100 = $0.1686

ex. 3 - Diff = 250 ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 850,000 ; Block Reward % = 100%
((250*2.5)/(850000))*100 = $0.0735

ex. 4 - Diff = 1000 ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 850,000 ; Block Reward % = 100%
((1000*2.5)/(850000))*100 = $0.294

So as you can see above, the value is based on Difficulty and Money Supply. So what happens when the block reward halves?

ex. 5 - Diff = 1000 ; Block Reward = 1.25 ; Money Supply = 850,000 ; Block Reward % = 200%
((1000*1.25)/(850000))*200 = $0.294

ex. 6 - Diff = 1000 ; Block Reward = 0.625 ; Money Supply = 850,000 ; Block Reward % = 400%
((1000*0.625)/(850000))*400 = $0.294


You need to just double the Block Reward % when halving occurs.

As you can see from the examples, as Money Supply increases and if Difficulty remains the same, then the value will drop. If the Difficulty increases, the value will rise.

I will work on the formula some more to tweak it...I may replace the difficulty with the Network Hashrate. If I replace the difficulty with the network hashrate (based on MH/s), then it would looks something like this.

(((NetworkHashrate)*Reward)/(MoneySupply))*RewardPercentage

ex. 7 - Hashrate = 125MH/s ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 741,270 ; Block Reward % = 100%
(((125)*2.5)/(741270))*100 = $0.04

ex. 8 - Hashrate = 300 ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 741,270 ; Block Reward % = 100%
(((300)*2.5)/(741270))*100 = $0.10

So what happens if the Network Hashrate increase into the GH/s range?

ex. 9 - Hashrate = 2GH/s ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 741,270 ; Block Reward % = 100%
(((2000)*2.5)/(741270))*100 = $0.67

ex. 10 - Hashrate = 25GH/s ; Block Reward = 2.5 ; Money Supply = 741,270 ; Block Reward % = 100%
(((25000)*2.5)/(741270))*100 = $8.43


As you can see from the above examples, as the Network Hashrate increases, then the value of BTQ will increase as it's dependent on both the Network Hashrate and Money Supply. This will also secure the network as the more hashrate, the more valuable BTQ will become! So what do you guys think about this way of decentralizing and breaking the link between BitQuark and Bitcoin??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 17, 2014, 02:06:44 AM
Do you guys understand how this would work and how it could help the network from meeting the demise that Quarkcoin is facing.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on June 17, 2014, 08:30:49 AM
I understand what youre trying to do but that would eliminate the free market exchanges right?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 17, 2014, 10:20:34 PM
If you want to beat the demise quarkcoin is facing, we need people who want BTQ.  Merchants selling good for BTQ.  A dozen plus pools available, marketing and advertising, faucets so the non-technicals and non-miners can aquire some.

If enough people see they can get real things for BTQ, it will help draw interest.  I sell stuff occasionally on craigslist and say I'll accept cash, BTC or BTQ, but I'm just one person and while occasionally people ask about BTC and BTQ, most just want to give cash for it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 17, 2014, 11:38:13 PM
I understand what youre trying to do but that would eliminate the free market exchanges right?

The exchange market would still be valid. Think of this method as being the reverse of the current one. Instead of price rising and then hash rate rising...this method uses the rise in hash rate to set the price. It can be used as a guide to determine price based on supply and demand in which the supply would of course be the cons mined and the demand would be the hash rate. This is pretty much the same method that is used today with about all markets. Right now it's just an idea and I figured I would talk to the community about it and get everyone's input.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 12:10:31 AM
Here are some screen shots of the next client update. What do you guys think??

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-New-Client_1.png

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-New-Client_2.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: electricretard on June 21, 2014, 12:17:40 AM
Looks pretty damn awesome!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 12:19:58 AM
Looks pretty damn awesome!

I think so too! This release will also be a static version, so no more DLL files!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 21, 2014, 01:02:25 AM
The mining/transaction icons I could do without, no offense, but it makes it look a little cheezy like the doge wallet.  A nice feature some coins have is under the immature view there's a # of transactions in the wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 05:15:12 AM

Which logo do you guys think I should go with??

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-New-Client_3.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on June 21, 2014, 09:40:57 AM
I agree, I would like to see transaction count in wallet and current existing coin count that updates after every new block.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 04:05:46 PM
I agree, I would like to see transaction count in wallet and current existing coin count that updates after every new block.

I'll work on adding that into the upcoming release...until then you can check money supply via bitquark.info or by running this command in the RPC Console gettxoutsetinfo It will display the following info along with number of coins minted:

{
"height" : 310866,
"bestblock" : "00000000167a71e7ac5e792495d2139e0c6763b540f2832bb6fa4aade1b99810",
"transactions" : 252253,
"txouts" : 3074371,
"bytes_serialized" : 88833189,
"hash_serialized" : "b0cc18e3f2e54f63e5b589887229904c2409416c71c491f9a73acf9bd3fc9418",
"money_supply" : 777165.00000000
}


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 05:15:23 PM
UPDATE: I have added "Number of Transactions" & "Money Supply" to the client. The Money Supply updates automatically with every new block  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 21, 2014, 06:30:46 PM
THANK YOU!!!



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 07:46:49 PM
THANK YOU!!!



No Problem at all!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: rumpey on June 21, 2014, 07:48:27 PM

The second one.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 07:50:31 PM

So far the 2nd image has the most votes...So it looks like it will be that one :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 21, 2014, 07:58:43 PM
So far the next client release will have the following upgrades:
  • New GUI layout & graphics
  • Static build, so no more DLL files
  • QR Code for BTQ addresses
  • Added Checkpoints
  • "Number of transactions" on main page
  • "Money Supply" added to "Debug"->"Information" page, which the money supply will be updated with every new block
  • BitQuark coin information added to "About BitQuark" page


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 22, 2014, 12:14:40 AM
New BitQuark client update now available!

Windows - https://mega.co.nz/#!GUhH2L7b!JrVUjsFTlLwCZspFZqTYTfw1C3vgqyIjR37rhpfFleE (https://mega.co.nz/#!GUhH2L7b!JrVUjsFTlLwCZspFZqTYTfw1C3vgqyIjR37rhpfFleE)

Linux/Source - https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17 (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17)

In this update:
  • New GUI layout & graphics
  • Static build, so no more DLL files
  • QR Code for BTQ addresses
  • Added Checkpoints
  • "Number of transactions" on main page
  • "Money Supply" added to "Debug"->"Information" page, which the money supply will be updated with every new block
  • BitQuark coin information added to "About BitQuark" page


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on June 22, 2014, 05:24:57 AM
Yaay, thanks! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 22, 2014, 05:28:09 AM
Yaay, thanks! :)

No Problem..enjoy! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on June 22, 2014, 12:47:06 PM
Okay, I need to address several topics here. First, dead pools (no pun intended). Even cpu-pool.net is having difficulties. A fan of mine who also mines BTQ there sent me an email heads up on this.

Problem: You have exceeded the pools configured BTQ warning threshold. Please initiate a transfer!
My auto payout threshold is 10. I have accumulated 33. I attempt to cash out and cannot.
My response to cpu-pool.net is this:
Quote
Fix it now or else I stop mining here and produce a YouTube video warning my 26,770 subscribers not to use your service for BTQ or any other digital currency.

BitQuark cannot deploy it's own MPOS pool fast enough. We need stable pools to rely on. Please make this your next top priority.

Item 2, I agree with comments that the mining icons look cheesy. Maybe half their current size would be better. And I preferred the black medallion but I guess I'm in the minority. The new is okay but your text color should stand out more.

Item 3, I confess I have not heard any rumblings of Quarkcoin's demise, nor do I totally understand your proposed valuation method. It seems logical but how it impacts exchanges is unclear. There must remain a way to convert currencies. One thing I will say is I do trust your judgement on such matters. That's why I continue to mine BTQ, and only BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Outsider007 on June 22, 2014, 04:19:27 PM
I am also having troubles trying to cash out at cpu-pool. I first noticed this Friday night so I would assume that the problem occurred sometime during the day on Friday.

As for the wallet, I prefer the black medallion. When I look at it, it gives me a mental image of a coin that helps to relate the BTQ. I do not like the new one.

The transaction icons are far to large and look cheesy.

The window can no longer be re-sized. I re-size to full screen when browsing through the transactions tab.

The wallet version should be listed on the wallet page so that download is not required just to see what version is currently being used.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 22, 2014, 05:53:36 PM
Here is an alternative release with the original icons/images. This download contains both the binary and source https://mega.co.nz/#!TEJkFALK!_BxEkim7BmCEKvrsw5L-PN61f9VxGNJumRD20zwSDFM (https://mega.co.nz/#!TEJkFALK!_BxEkim7BmCEKvrsw5L-PN61f9VxGNJumRD20zwSDFM)

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-0.8.3.17-medallion.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 22, 2014, 05:56:45 PM
I didn't notice the issues with the payout at cpu-pool til you guys pointed it out. I guess that's why I haven't gotten a payout since Friday. I'll see if I can contact the admin and see what the issue is...sounds like it might be a crons issue.

I've been throwing all my hashing power over at https://btq.obfuscode.net


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on June 23, 2014, 03:47:21 AM
I've been throwing all my hashing power over at https://btq.obfuscode.net
I'll join you just as soon as they get a valid SSL certificate.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 23, 2014, 11:53:44 AM
I didn't notice the issues with the payout at cpu-pool til you guys pointed it out. I guess that's why I haven't gotten a payout since Friday. I'll see if I can contact the admin and see what the issue is...sounds like it might be a crons issue.

I've been throwing all my hashing power over at https://btq.obfuscode.net

Anyone heard from cpu-pool yet?  Almost 2 payments behind.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 23, 2014, 06:31:55 PM
I didn't notice the issues with the payout at cpu-pool til you guys pointed it out. I guess that's why I haven't gotten a payout since Friday. I'll see if I can contact the admin and see what the issue is...sounds like it might be a crons issue.

I've been throwing all my hashing power over at https://btq.obfuscode.net

Anyone heard from cpu-pool yet?  Almost 2 payments behind.

Just got an email back from cpu-pool and the problem has been fixed :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 23, 2014, 06:58:33 PM
I can confirm.  Got my deposit from CPU Pool today.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 23, 2014, 07:05:19 PM
I've been throwing all my hashing power over at https://btq.obfuscode.net
I'll join you just as soon as they get a valid SSL certificate.

Yeah that's understandable. The main reason I'm mining at btq.obfuscode is because I don't like P2Pool and I don't want to throw all my GPU hashing power on cpu-pool cuz it will take away from those miners. I am still mining at cpu-pool but only with my CPU :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on June 23, 2014, 11:19:21 PM
Here is an alternative release with the original icons/images. This download contains both the binary and source https://mega.co.nz/#!TEJkFALK!_BxEkim7BmCEKvrsw5L-PN61f9VxGNJumRD20zwSDFM (https://mega.co.nz/#!TEJkFALK!_BxEkim7BmCEKvrsw5L-PN61f9VxGNJumRD20zwSDFM)

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ-0.8.3.17-medallion.png

so nice design changes ^^
good job,

maybe need to prepare some kind of killer features
such as Coin DeFragments, Anonymous Sending using ZeroCoin Concept, and ......

I just saying for future..
^^



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 25, 2014, 11:29:50 PM
Just want to update people on what is in the works. I've contacted a few online shops to see if they would accept BitQuark as payment...waiting to hear back from them now. If you know of any other online sites that you would like to see accepting BitQuark, then let me know by commenting on here.

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 26, 2014, 11:34:38 PM
Just want to update people on what is in the works. I've contacted a few online shops to see if they would accept BitQuark as payment...waiting to hear back from them now. If you know of any other online sites that you would like to see accepting BitQuark, then let me know by commenting on here.

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev

Sears.com

JCP.com

Walmart.com

 ;D

altoutlet.com would be a good start though in all seriousness.  If just a few local merchants get on board more could follow.

https://altoutlet.com/alt/currencies  vote for btq every day


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 27, 2014, 03:36:35 AM
I'm already hard at work working on BTQ's next client update. So far I've made a few changes with the GUI and also fixed the network hashrate. I've made the GUI so you can change the background image and I've moved the "Coins minted" & "Network hashrate" to the main page. Here are a couple images of the next release.

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ_0.8.3.18_1.png

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ_0.8.3.18_2.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 27, 2014, 11:47:48 AM
https://altoutlet.com/alt/currencies  vote for btq every day


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on June 29, 2014, 05:10:22 PM
https://altoutlet.com/alt/currencies  vote for btq every day
I would but............
"Voting currently finished for this period"


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 30, 2014, 04:27:11 AM
Just brainstorming today...I've noticed most all exchanges won't mess with 'quark' algorithm coins for some unforeseen reason. So I was thinking, what do you guy think about a possible switch from the 'quark' algo to 'x13' algo??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: cbuchner1 on June 30, 2014, 07:37:33 AM
Just brainstorming today...I've noticed most all exchanges won't mess with 'quark' algorithm coins for some unforeseen reason. So I was thinking, what do you guy think about a possible switch from the 'quark' algo to 'x13' algo??

https://qex.la/ even specializes in them (but it seems they'll need to fix their SSL certificate).


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on June 30, 2014, 12:38:32 PM
What is this "quark" no-one is talking about? 

Algo doesn't matter if no-one knows it exists.

Wallet doesn't matter if no-one knows it exists.

What's quark's marketing plan?  What's x13's marketing plan?  Does the coin name change to Bitx13?

BTQ's price has bounced between 500 BTQ = $1 to 57 BTQ = $1 to 308 BTQ = $1 (current last time I checked).

In 6 months I've seen no mention of BTQ outside of this little forum and reddit (which I don't really use).

What's being done to actively market BTQ and get the grandma's and grandpa's out there using it? 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Bossteck on June 30, 2014, 02:52:12 PM
Vote for BitQuark on AllCoin.com - Vote once an hour

https://www.allcoin.com/pub/user_regist?ref=136653

https://www.allcoin.com/vote/#BTQ


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 30, 2014, 03:18:16 PM
What is this "quark" no-one is talking about? 

Algo doesn't matter if no-one knows it exists.

Wallet doesn't matter if no-one knows it exists.

What's quark's marketing plan?  What's x13's marketing plan?  Does the coin name change to Bitx13?

BTQ's price has bounced between 500 BTQ = $1 to 57 BTQ = $1 to 308 BTQ = $1 (current last time I checked).

In 6 months I've seen no mention of BTQ outside of this little forum and reddit (which I don't really use).

What's being done to actively market BTQ and get the grandma's and grandpa's out there using it? 


Yeah this is a problem....we definitely need to put together a good promotional team. Anybody know anyone who can make promo videos so we can get BTQ some exposure?

Aslo, I've thought about the algo change and that would be getting away from BTQ's whole idea so that's gonna be a no go. I may have another idea that will set BTQ apart from other cryptos. I'll post more about it later today and see what you guys think.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on June 30, 2014, 07:46:02 PM
I only recently (~1 month ago) started intensively buying BitQuarks with my VERY small and limited resources. Also I'm cpu mining as I don't have cool video card and noone bothers to make compute 2.1 version. If You decide to switch algo, I'm selling everything, unsubscribing from this thread and deleting wallet.

I see that BTQ is most promising quark coin. Every algo has it's main coin, quark doesn't have it yet, AFAIK. quark coin was distributed very fast and now it's hard to acquire it, there are big bagholders, etc. Bitquark has HUGE advantage in this field. As there are enought coins left, I think, just get as much BTQ as You can and the rest of the world will jump in when they feel like it. Currently there is only 830K coins, so coin has enought time to live. Remember, BTC for it's first year was mostly mined only by satoshi. Just my 0.00000002 BTC.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 30, 2014, 08:01:46 PM
I only recently (~1 month ago) started intensively buying BitQuarks with my VERY small and limited resources. Also I'm cpu mining as I don't have cool video card and noone bothers to make compute 2.1 version. If You decide to switch algo, I'm selling everything, unsubscribing from this thread and deleting wallet.

I see that BTQ is most promising quark coin. Every algo has it's main coin, quark doesn't have it yet, AFAIK. quark coin was distributed very fast and now it's hard to acquire it, there are big bagholders, etc. Bitquark has HUGE advantage in this field. As there are enought coins left, I think, just get as much BTQ as You can and the rest of the world will jump in when they feel like it. Currently there is only 830K coins, so coin has enought time to live. Remember, BTC for it's first year was mostly mined only by satoshi. Just my 0.00000002 BTC.

I agree and after much thought, BTQ's algorithm will go unchanged...we as a community will make BTQ the most successful Quark algorithm coin!! :) There is still 3 1/2 years of mining left before block reward halving takes place...so we have plenty of time!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on June 30, 2014, 10:25:22 PM
A coin gaining mass acceptance doesnt happen overnight.  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on June 30, 2014, 10:26:07 PM
A coin gaining mass acceptance doesnt happen overnight.  ;)

That's right!!! It took BTC about 3 years! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 02, 2014, 02:36:51 AM
Just want to drop an update on one of the web shops I emailed about adding BTQ as payment. I contacted http://bitscoinshop.com.br the other day and I received this email back:

Hello good evening,
checked the coin and found it very interesting and I seem to have an active community.
The only thing I would worry about the fact that the buying volume to be low in the exchanges, that partnership has in mind?
And if you have plans to improve sales volumes of currency?

att,

Richard

CEO Bitscoinshop


So I just sent this reply:

There are currently 845,420 BTQ's in circulation and less than 40,000 BTQ's for sell on the exchanges. People aren't dumping this coin, because they are mining and holding it for uses such as buying items. That's only around 4% of total coins mined. If you look at any other coin out there, you will see that their number of coins on the exchanges are a lot higher. Large volume sells of coins on exchanges just mean people are dumping coins as an upgrade to BTC. This is not happening with BTQ. People who have mined BitQuark believe in it and are not dumping it as an upgrade to BTC. With this being said, I hope you consider adding BitQuark as a method of payment to your web shop.

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


So I hope to hear back from them soon. I'll keep you posted on the response.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on July 02, 2014, 01:33:14 PM
sweet :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 04, 2014, 05:58:34 PM
BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 05, 2014, 02:29:08 AM
A coin gaining mass acceptance doesnt happen overnight.  ;)

That's right!!! It took BTC about 3 years! :)

Yeah BTQ isnt just for pump&dump. it will have its true and stable value in time  :)


BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.

Thats great news you got there dev!

question dev is it impossible to let bittrex have this coin? I think it will help this coin popularity?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 05, 2014, 06:06:27 AM
A coin gaining mass acceptance doesnt happen overnight.  ;)

That's right!!! It took BTC about 3 years! :)

Yeah BTQ isnt just for pump&dump. it will have its true and stable value in time  :)


BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.

Thats great news you got there dev!

question dev is it impossible to let bittrex have this coin? I think it will help this coin popularity?

I've been trying for the past 3 months to get BTQ added to Bittrex but I haven't had any luck with them yet! I don't know whats up with them...maybe they eventually add it to their exchange.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 09, 2014, 12:21:47 AM
I've listed these bounties on the OP
  • 250 BTQ - News Article Promoting BitQuark
  • 500 BTQ - Video Promoting BitQuark
  • 5,000 BTQ - Android Wallet


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 10, 2014, 11:45:58 AM
I've listed these bounties on the OP
  • 250 BTQ - News Article Promoting BitQuark
  • 500 BTQ - Video Promoting BitQuark
  • 5,000 BTQ - Android Wallet

Nice.  Good for exposure.  I have a friend who has access to some non-tech press release sites and is a copy writer who owes me a favor.  I'll see if I can get some marketing type write ups from her.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 10, 2014, 02:44:17 PM
I've listed these bounties on the OP
  • 250 BTQ - News Article Promoting BitQuark
  • 500 BTQ - Video Promoting BitQuark
  • 5,000 BTQ - Android Wallet

Nice.  Good for exposure.  I have a friend who has access to some non-tech press release sites and is a copy writer who owes me a favor.  I'll see if I can get some marketing type write ups from her.

That would be awesome! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on July 10, 2014, 06:00:28 PM
BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.

Should be good, actually, nobody success to implement it.
I guess, it will makes huge improvements for this coin,

But, questions are
    (1) even in theoretical stage and no active development in ZeroCoin
    (2) almost doubled data base size
    (3) huge network usage

Anyway, I wish BTQ is the first successful implementation
 


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 11, 2014, 11:05:58 PM
BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.

Should be good, actually, nobody success to implement it.
I guess, it will makes huge improvements for this coin,

But, questions are
    (1) even in theoretical stage and no active development in ZeroCoin
    (2) almost doubled data base size
    (3) huge network usage

Anyway, I wish BTQ is the first successful implementation
 

Yeah I've been reading up on zerocoin and the database size could be a problem in the future. So as an alternative, I've been looking into another anonymous feature that sends coin anonymously and this is done by ghosting an address in the senders RAM so there is no additional increase in database size :)

The main advantage is there is no connection between sender and receiver, except in a memory-based lookup table. The connection is never saved in the blockchain noror on a hard disk.

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ_anon_details.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 12, 2014, 06:10:51 AM
BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.

Should be good, actually, nobody success to implement it.
I guess, it will makes huge improvements for this coin,

But, questions are
    (1) even in theoretical stage and no active development in ZeroCoin
    (2) almost doubled data base size
    (3) huge network usage

Anyway, I wish BTQ is the first successful implementation
 

Yeah I've been reading up on zerocoin and the database size could be a problem in the future. So as an alternative, I've been looking into another anonymous feature that sends coin anonymously and this is done by ghosting an address in the senders RAM so there is no additional increase in database size :)

The main advantage is there is no connection between sender and receiver, except in a memory-based lookup table. The connection is never saved in the blockchain noror on a hard disk.

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ_anon_details.jpg

This should attract other miners or inverstor out there anyway this feature what is it called?  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on July 12, 2014, 01:03:27 PM
Yes, who is working on this? Not only is it anonymous but the blockchain would be dramatically cut down to a manageable size.

On a different note, I posted this to the reddit forum but I want to put some feelers out here as well.

I just upgraded a laptop from 13.10 to 14.04 three months after initial release. Old wallet install will not launch. Tried reinstalling all of the dependencies. Only one that didn't return "already at the newest version" was libboost-all. Even renamed the leveldb and tried executing "./build_detect_platform build_config.mk ./" which did nothing. It will not rebuild my leveldb files. libdb4.8-dev will not install. Newer version 5.3 takes precedence.

Anyone else having trouble? Any workarounds? I really do not want to regress back to 13.10 and I CERTAINLY do not want to rely on the winblows flavor.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on July 12, 2014, 01:26:04 PM
BitQuark may go Anonymous! I'm currently in talks with another dev about adding the 'zerocoin' feature to BTQ. I'll keep you guys posted on the progress.

Should be good, actually, nobody success to implement it.
I guess, it will makes huge improvements for this coin,

But, questions are
    (1) even in theoretical stage and no active development in ZeroCoin
    (2) almost doubled data base size
    (3) huge network usage

Anyway, I wish BTQ is the first successful implementation
 

Yeah I've been reading up on zerocoin and the database size could be a problem in the future. So as an alternative, I've been looking into another anonymous feature that sends coin anonymously and this is done by ghosting an address in the senders RAM so there is no additional increase in database size :)

The main advantage is there is no connection between sender and receiver, except in a memory-based lookup table. The connection is never saved in the blockchain noror on a hard disk.

http://www.bitquark.info/images/BTQ_anon_details.jpg

Yes, the removing of linkage between, it is a way. Only issue is how can prevent the double spending.
At Zerocoin, they tranfer to Zerocoin,
And, some coins has a spent key image,
Or reconstruction of block after fully confirmed ?
Maybe it is a way, last 60 blocks are in memory only,
And merge the older block with some factor such as every 10 or 100 blocks.
And recontruct chain
It looks as two chain (disk and ram)
Reconstruct block will merge all txin and out ~ and it will maks anon


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 20, 2014, 04:08:10 AM
Yeah I'm looking into many different methods of anonymous features and I want to pick the one with the best options and stability for BTQ :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: waldistons on July 20, 2014, 11:33:19 AM
libdb4.8-dev will not install. Newer version 5.3 takes precedence.

Anyone else having trouble? Any workarounds? I really do not want to regress back to 13.10 and I CERTAINLY do not want to rely on the winblows flavor.

Just compile the source yourself, mate! I have lot of older PC's with ubuntu 10.04 and always having problems. Just do a quick googling how to compile specific version, it shouldn't be hard ;)

EDIT: fulltime job seriously affects my crypto stuff... I'm ~2 weeks behind everything :D On the bright side, I'm in UK now, and have found some sweet deals on 750ti with 1 year warranty :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 22, 2014, 04:16:43 AM
libdb4.8-dev will not install. Newer version 5.3 takes precedence.

Anyone else having trouble? Any workarounds? I really do not want to regress back to 13.10 and I CERTAINLY do not want to rely on the winblows flavor.

Just compile the source yourself, mate! I have lot of older PC's with ubuntu 10.04 and always having problems. Just do a quick googling how to compile specific version, it shouldn't be hard ;)

EDIT: fulltime job seriously affects my crypto stuff... I'm ~2 weeks behind everything :D On the bright side, I'm in UK now, and have found some sweet deals on 750ti with 1 year warranty :)

What's the general feeling about cryptos in the UK?  I know in Florida, no one really knows what the hell I'm talking about when I mention crypto currencies, despite about 40 businesses that accept BTC/LTC ranging from restaurants, to nightclubs, to fake tit doctors.

I'm hoping some of these junk coins will die off and more people will focus on BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 23, 2014, 02:19:57 AM
I agree DannyTom. There are a lot of shitcoins out there right now, which 99% of them are pump and dump coins. Everybody seems to be stuck on POS coins at the moment, but I'm sure like all other trends, it will pass.

I'm still working on getting online shops to start accepting BTQ as payment for items. If you guess know of any online shops that accept crypto's as payments, then drop them a line and suggest BTQ to be added!

Thanks guys, you are doing great! We are almost at 1 MILLION BTQ's mined!!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 23, 2014, 03:08:17 AM
If your are GPU mining, I suggest you solo mine instead of using pools. From all my mining I've found it's a lot more profitable to solo mine instead of pool mine if you are using a GPU. I'd leave the pools to CPU mining.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 24, 2014, 04:17:31 AM
Hello fellow BTQ investors,

question is cpu-pool.net auto-payout working with you guys?
cause it doesnt work for me right now, also i tried manually withdraw it doesnt work also.

Best Regards;
Lee


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 24, 2014, 11:15:14 AM
Hello fellow BTQ investors,

question is cpu-pool.net auto-payout working with you guys?
cause it doesnt work for me right now, also i tried manually withdraw it doesnt work also.

Best Regards;
Lee

I've contacted the owner of cpu-pool about this and they should have this issue resolved very soon. It sounds to me like it may be a cron job issue.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 24, 2014, 11:52:58 AM
244 BTQ = $1 USD  (only 21 million coins)

11,675 EBT = $1 USD (only 19 million coins or so)

BTQ is a much better value than a lot of coins out there keep up the great work!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 24, 2014, 12:25:17 PM
Hello fellow BTQ investors,

question is cpu-pool.net auto-payout working with you guys?
cause it doesnt work for me right now, also i tried manually withdraw it doesnt work also.

Best Regards;
Lee

I've contacted the owner of cpu-pool about this and they should have this issue resolved very soon. It sounds to me like it may be a cron job issue.

Thanks dev! It was fix already, God bless!


244 BTQ = $1 USD  (only 21 million coins)

11,675 EBT = $1 USD (only 19 million coins or so)

BTQ is a much better value than a lot of coins out there keep up the great work!


yeah! too think that BTQ was undervalued now, This coin is for grab not just for investor but also for miners.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on July 25, 2014, 01:41:40 AM
When we cross the 1 million mined mark I'll do another BTQ update video. This coin has what it takes to not only survive but to thrive - Great dev and lots of community support. Everyone keep up the great work! And above all, KEEP MINING!!!

Z


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on July 25, 2014, 11:20:05 AM
Okay, I am trying to create an account with obfucxscode to get away from cpu-pool.net.

First problem is their domain does not have a valid SSL certificate. I'll ignore that for the moment.
Second problem is their token expiration is MUCH TOO FAST!
Third problem is, even if I enter fields fast enough to avoid token expiration I keep getting "invalid token" when trying to log in or change password.
Fourth problem is no matter what I do I CANNOT LOG IN AT ALL OR CHANGE MY PASSWORD!

Basically, their pool sucks too and if they don't fix it, and I mean RIGHT NOW, every single one of my 26,968 YouTube subscribers is going to get an earful about it!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 25, 2014, 03:12:09 PM
Congratulations to all BitQuark miners! We have reached a BitQuark milestone with 1 MILLION BTQ's mined!!! Great job miners! Keep on mining!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on July 26, 2014, 12:19:28 PM
Well, looks like I'll be making that million mined promo video sooner than I thought!  ;D

In the continuing obfucxedcode saga...
Aside from the difficulties I had with tokens just trying to create an account on that pool,
also ignoring the completely inaccurate stats and the extreme latency of unconfirmed shares,
now I' can't even navigate the site without running into this message over and over.

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz218/zerofossilfuel/forum/Screenshot-07262014-075027AM.png (http://s829.photobucket.com/user/zerofossilfuel/media/forum/Screenshot-07262014-075027AM.png.html)


I don't understand why no one can seem to build a reliable MPOS pool for BTQ. I just don't understand.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 26, 2014, 12:56:40 PM
Sent a PM to the owner of multifaucet.kt and now we have:

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=BTQ

 ;D  Donate to the faucet at:  1J98GkTrcMjGUtxseR1vroGurCBZ8C9asK

 ;)  Donate to me at:  17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8

It's a start!

Keep asking and it happens!



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 26, 2014, 01:04:32 PM
cpu-pool.net has always had hiccups, not just with btq but with other coins I've mined there as well.

Sometimes days go by but so far, despite giving me heart attacks, I've never lost anything yet.

I do also wish we had a good dozen or so pools to work with.  Maybe if we all start asking pool operators to add a BTQ pool they will start to listen.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 26, 2014, 01:08:11 PM
MultiFaucet.tk works:


Here's the transaction from the Faucet
Status: 17 confirmations
Date: 7/26/2014 08:58
From: unknown
To: 17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8 (own address, label: Donations)
Credit: 0.001 BTQ
Net amount: +0.001 BTQ
Transaction ID: 64a9f5a6f446aa744354a7b461ff25796d27ffe4077429b34f49a684076b19a2



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on July 26, 2014, 07:12:15 PM
I have just petitioned supernova.cc and coinmine.pl to add BTQ to their pools. But I wonder if cpu-pool and obfuscode are not being harassed by hackers?

http://www.coindesk.com/coin-miners-dogged-mining-pool-security-flaws/

And is there any way to fight fire with fire?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 26, 2014, 10:57:40 PM
I have just petitioned supernova.cc and coinmine.pl to add BTQ to their pools. But I wonder if cpu-pool and obfuscode are not being harassed by hackers?

http://www.coindesk.com/coin-miners-dogged-mining-pool-security-flaws/

And is there any way to fight fire with fire?

Yeah I think we all should send suprnova.cc and coinmine.pl an email to have BTQ added to their pools! :)
Coinmine.pl : https://www2.coinmine.pl/qrk/index.php?page=contactform&action=
Suprnova.cc : https://qrk.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=contactform&action=


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 27, 2014, 01:42:12 AM
I just setup a BTQ Paper Wallet generator on the "wallet" page of bitquark.info (http://bitquark.info)
Here's the direct link to the generator http://bitquark.info/generate-wallet.html (http://bitquark.info/generate-wallet.html)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 27, 2014, 02:45:32 AM
I just setup a BTQ Paper Wallet generator on the "wallet" page of bitquark.info (http://bitquark.info)
Here's the direct link to the generator http://bitquark.info/generate-wallet.html (http://bitquark.info/generate-wallet.html)

Ohhh!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

I'm printing me out some BTQ denominations tonight to carry around in my wallet!!!  Will upload screenshots when done!

Don't forget!!!

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=BTQ

 ;D  Donate to the faucet at:  1J98GkTrcMjGUtxseR1vroGurCBZ8C9asK
 ;)  Donate to me at:  17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8

(Anyway to offer a faucet on bitquark.info for those just looking into the coin and those new to crypto-currencies to get a taste of a transaction?)




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 27, 2014, 03:02:12 AM
Oh snap!

Paper wallet launch and MultiFaucet for BTQ have caused a price spice...

from 245 BTQ = $1 USD
to
130BTQ = $1 USD

Just make $8 on BTQ buys/sells today!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 27, 2014, 02:32:03 PM
Price Update:  243.51734 BTQ = $1 USD

FYI...latest cpu-pool deposit from auto-payment:

Status: 48 confirmations
Date: 7/27/2014 10:01
From: unknown
To: 16sv4B64dLAxhwqeJFKNkV39PKs5P1biEN (own address, label: BitQuark Mining)
Credit: 10.04345 BTQ
Net amount: +10.04345 BTQ
Transaction ID: 296f0a9debc43777546ce3726b604a929ae3b81aeac7a3faecff5b10a62ed103




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 27, 2014, 04:10:51 PM
There's a 54k BTQ (0.378 BTC total) buy order in at C-Cex!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 28, 2014, 12:16:53 PM
Current Price:  157.03988 BTQ = $1 USD

Don't forget about the faucet!

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=BTQ


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 29, 2014, 03:07:07 AM
I need someone with PHP and SQL experience for Phase II of BitQuark development. If you can help, please email me at BitQuarkCoin@gmail.com


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 29, 2014, 03:55:02 AM
BitQuark Paper Wallet - http://bitquark.info/wallet.php (http://bitquark.info/wallet.php)

http://bitquark.info/images/btq-paper-wallet.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 29, 2014, 01:48:49 PM
I need someone with PHP and SQL experience for Phase II of BitQuark development. If you can help, please email me at BitQuarkCoin@gmail.com

This is gonna be an exciting development dev  ;D ,also did you post it in another new thread?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 29, 2014, 11:30:18 PM
I need someone with PHP and SQL experience for Phase II of BitQuark development. If you can help, please email me at BitQuarkCoin@gmail.com

This is gonna be an exciting development dev  ;D ,also did you post it in another new thread?

I'm still keeping the contents of Phase II a secret, so the only people who will know what it is, are the ones who will help build it. I guarantee the community will love what I have in mind. It will also create a high demand for BTQ, which will make the price increase a great deal :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: JerryThomas on July 30, 2014, 10:47:22 AM
BitQuark Paper Wallet - http://bitquark.info/wallet.php (http://bitquark.info/wallet.php)

http://bitquark.info/images/btq-paper-wallet.jpg

This looks great.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on July 30, 2014, 07:37:33 PM
Make sure whoever you get to help you with coding is trustworthy. Ive been screwed enough, i cant have it happen to BTQ or i might just stop dealing with cryptocurrency all together..
 :'(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 30, 2014, 10:10:31 PM
Make sure whoever you get to help you with coding is trustworthy. Ive been screwed enough, i cant have it happen to BTQ or i might just stop dealing with cryptocurrency all together..
 :'(

Most definitely!!! Security is a #1 priority! I found a PHP script similar to what I'm looking for, so I may be able to modify it to fit my needs. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 31, 2014, 01:58:49 AM
Price Update:  133.05639 BTQ = $1 USD

Not too far behind the original quark and BTQ is still in it's infancy!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ocminer on July 31, 2014, 02:00:33 AM
I've added a BitQuark Pool for you:


https://bitq.suprnova.cc


http://www.suprnova.cc/suprnova-logo-1-small.jpg

This is a Suprnova NG Pool, you can use your unified login there and all your pool workers from earlier setups too.

SSO Single-Sign-On on this Pool - You can also use your previously set up workers !
Payouts every 30 seconds
DDoS protected
Suprnova Quality, lots of experience in all kind of hashes - we had the first X13 Stratum and were among the first X11 and NIST5 Pools !
Highly optimized Stratums and MPOS implementations.
Idle Worker Notifications
Two Factor Authentication if wanted
Support 24x7 via IRC,Mail,PM etc.
Only 1 % fee ! (thats 50% lower than most other Pools !)
We have full SSL encryption on all pools ! (https:// instead of http:// !!)
From miners to miners - we're mining ourselves on the pool, with our own, self built rigs !
A OP that actually knows what he's doing - in crypto and mining since 2011 !
We are on the bright side ! ;-)
We are running our own, legit Block Explorers for the coins we host ! Stay safe !



Please spread some hashes over, we need to test the implementation and find our first block !


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: KIRAZ on July 31, 2014, 02:08:27 AM
We have suprnova now too. Gona switch to it real soon. Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 31, 2014, 05:07:03 AM
Many thanks Sir!

I've added a BitQuark Pool for you:


https://bitq.suprnova.cc


http://www.suprnova.cc/suprnova-logo-1-small.jpg

This is a Suprnova NG Pool, you can use your unified login there and all your pool workers from earlier setups too.

SSO Single-Sign-On on this Pool - You can also use your previously set up workers !
Payouts every 30 seconds
DDoS protected
Suprnova Quality, lots of experience in all kind of hashes - we had the first X13 Stratum and were among the first X11 and NIST5 Pools !
Highly optimized Stratums and MPOS implementations.
Idle Worker Notifications
Two Factor Authentication if wanted
Support 24x7 via IRC,Mail,PM etc.
Only 1 % fee ! (thats 50% lower than most other Pools !)
We have full SSL encryption on all pools ! (https:// instead of http:// !!)
From miners to miners - we're mining ourselves on the pool, with our own, self built rigs !
A OP that actually knows what he's doing - in crypto and mining since 2011 !
We are on the bright side ! ;-)
We are running our own, legit Block Explorers for the coins we host ! Stay safe !



Please spread some hashes over, we need to test the implementation and find our first block !


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: pgmail on July 31, 2014, 05:10:46 AM
https://bter.com/trade/btq_cny

It also has a code of the coin is BTQ, coin type too much.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: zurg on July 31, 2014, 12:12:45 PM
Wallet v8.3.17

Trying to transfer lets say 1000 BTQ to my other wallet.
Getting "Transaction too large." error.
Clicking Ok shows "Error: Transaction creation failed!"

Transaction fee is set to 0.00100 BTQ

What am I missing?

Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: leekua on July 31, 2014, 02:57:30 PM
same here, I just split my transaction by 500 will be accepted but the succeeding transaction you need to lower it to be accepted. in the end, I end up having splitting into 500,300,200.

I hope this is not normal hopefully it can be fix.  :)

Wallet v8.3.17

Trying to transfer lets say 1000 BTQ to my other wallet.
Getting "Transaction too large." error.
Clicking Ok shows "Error: Transaction creation failed!"

Transaction fee is set to 0.00100 BTQ

What am I missing?

Thanks



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on July 31, 2014, 04:13:29 PM
same here, I just split my transaction by 500 will be accepted but the succeeding transaction you need to lower it to be accepted. in the end, I end up having splitting into 500,300,200.

I hope this is not normal hopefully it can be fix.  :)

Wallet v8.3.17

Trying to transfer lets say 1000 BTQ to my other wallet.
Getting "Transaction too large." error.
Clicking Ok shows "Error: Transaction creation failed!"

Transaction fee is set to 0.00100 BTQ

What am I missing?

Thanks


You can use the "Coin Control" feature to correct this. I will make a document with images explaining how to do this.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on July 31, 2014, 10:56:48 PM
same here, I just split my transaction by 500 will be accepted but the succeeding transaction you need to lower it to be accepted. in the end, I end up having splitting into 500,300,200.

I hope this is not normal hopefully it can be fix.  :)

Wallet v8.3.17

Trying to transfer lets say 1000 BTQ to my other wallet.
Getting "Transaction too large." error.
Clicking Ok shows "Error: Transaction creation failed!"

Transaction fee is set to 0.00100 BTQ

What am I missing?

Thanks


You can use the "Coin Control" feature to correct this. I will make a document with images explaining how to do this.

Every coin has that issue.  Real pain in the butt when you start actively using coins, but as dev said, that's what coin control is for.  Basically you're sending your self money in larger sums so that the wallet doesn't try to send large transactions (in bytes, not in coin amounts).

If you use P2P pools, regularly consolidate your transactions with coin control.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 01, 2014, 11:39:08 PM
It boils down to a limit on the number of fragments the wallet can bundle together to send at any one time. Mining solo the payouts are 2.5 BTQ each. I can send up to 250 BTQ (100 fragments bundled) at any one time (up to 200 at a time, 80 fragments, without fees) to another wallet which defragments the first wallet. Theoretically I should now be able to send 20,000 (or 16,000 without fees) in a single transaction although I have not tried yet.

And do I see correctly that BitQuark is mining at a rate of 2.7 GIGAhash per second at supernova? GIGA hash??? Either the stats are wrong or Dev has an ASIC mining BTQ. That would make me very angry. >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 02, 2014, 01:38:20 AM
It boils down to a limit on the number of fragments the wallet can bundle together to send at any one time. Mining solo the payouts are 2.5 BTQ each. I can send up to 250 BTQ (100 fragments bundled) at any one time (up to 200 at a time, 80 fragments, without fees) to another wallet which defragments the first wallet. Theoretically I should now be able to send 20,000 (or 16,000 without fees) in a single transaction although I have not tried yet.

And do I see correctly that BitQuark is mining at a rate of 2.7 GIGAhash per second at supernova? GIGA hash??? Either the stats are wrong or Dev has an ASIC mining BTQ. That would make me very angry. >:(

lol no ASIC mining...I think the user hash rate is off, cuz my program shows me mining at around 8.27 MH/s while the pool's dashboard shows me mining at 1.7 GH/s...I wish I had that kind of hashing power!!! lol

You are right about that Zero...I defrag my client every couple of days of mining and I'm able to send large amounts without fees. I've tested it with a transaction of 25,000 BTQ :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 02, 2014, 03:06:10 AM
How to use Coin Control

1. On your BitQuark client select the "Settings" tab located at the top. Then select the "Options" tab and then the Options box will pop up. On the Options box select the "Display" tab. Next put a check by "Display coin control features".
http://bitquark.info/images/CoinControl/1.png


2. Now click on the "Send" tab and you should now see the Coin Control Features displayed. Click on "Inputs".
http://bitquark.info/images/CoinControl/2.png


3. You should now see the Coin Control box which looks something like the image below. Click on the "Priority" column so that it will sort the transactions by their priority.
http://bitquark.info/images/CoinControl/3.png


4. With the transactions expanded, select enough transactions so that it equals no more than 4962 Bytes. You will know if you exceed this amount in bytes because the numbers will turn red. Once you have your inputs selected, then click "OK"
http://bitquark.info/images/CoinControl/4.png


5. Now enter you BTQ address that you want to consolidate your transactions to. The "Amount" label should be the same amount as the "After Fee" amount. Enter this amount in your send "Amount" box and click send. Repeat steps 1 - 5 till all your coins are consolidated. It is good practice to do this every couple of days depending on how much you are mining.
http://bitquark.info/images/CoinControl/5.png


Hope this tutorial helps everyone!
Thanks,
BTQ Dev :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 02, 2014, 03:28:55 AM
Yeah, well, I'm keeping my eye on you just the same...  :P


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: GrinZ on August 02, 2014, 07:15:34 AM
http://multifaucet.tk/images/multifaucet.png

MultiFaucet.tk (http://multifaucet.tk/)
We provide BTQ BlockExplorer and Faucet.
Join us!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 02, 2014, 02:16:25 PM
I've added a BitQuark Pool for you:


https://bitq.suprnova.cc

This is a Suprnova NG Pool, you can use your unified login there and all your pool workers from earlier setups too.

SSO Single-Sign-On on this Pool - You can also use your previously set up workers !
Payouts every 30 seconds
DDoS protected
Suprnova Quality, lots of experience in all kind of hashes - we had the first X13 Stratum and were among the first X11 and NIST5 Pools !
Highly optimized Stratums and MPOS implementations.
Idle Worker Notifications
Two Factor Authentication if wanted
Support 24x7 via IRC,Mail,PM etc.
Only 1 % fee ! (thats 50% lower than most other Pools !)
We have full SSL encryption on all pools ! (https:// instead of http:// !!)
From miners to miners - we're mining ourselves on the pool, with our own, self built rigs !
A OP that actually knows what he's doing - in crypto and mining since 2011 !
We are on the bright side ! ;-)
We are running our own, legit Block Explorers for the coins we host ! Stay safe !



Please spread some hashes over, we need to test the implementation and find our first block !

Okay, I've been mining there for a solid day at roughly 800Kh/s and the rate is being shown correctly on my dashboard. BitQuark Dev has been mining there ahead of me. He claims he is mining at about 8Mh/s but my pool stats are misreporting he is mining between 1.3 and 3.7 Gh/s, that's GIGA with a "G". Because of this my reward for 24 hours of mining is only 0.09BTQ?

Something is very wrong here. I'm out.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 02, 2014, 02:48:24 PM
http://multifaucet.tk/

Let's get everyone withdrawing 2x daily so BTQ is #1 in the top 24!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 02, 2014, 04:52:59 PM

Okay, I've been mining there for a solid day at roughly 800Kh/s and the rate is being shown correctly on my dashboard. BitQuark Dev has been mining there ahead of me. He claims he is mining at about 8Mh/s but my pool stats are misreporting he is mining between 1.3 and 3.7 Gh/s, that's GIGA with a "G". Because of this my reward for 24 hours of mining is only 0.09BTQ?

Something is very wrong here. I'm out.

when I GPU at btq.obfuscode.net my hash rate is off also, but over at cpu-pool.net my hash rate is dead on. For some reason the hash rates are only off with GPUs, but are correct when it comes to CPUs. This is one of the problems I've been running into while I've been testing out the MPOS pool on my server. I've emailed the owner of cpu-pool asking about how to fix the coding of the stratum server and he just said it has to do with the "difficulty". That really didn't help much.

See how the pools hash rate is way off. Anybody know how to correct this??

http://bitquark.info/images/btq.suprnova.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 02, 2014, 05:39:01 PM
http://multifaucet.tk/

Let's get everyone withdrawing 2x daily so BTQ is #1 in the top 24!

just donated 100 BTQ to the faucet

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=BTQ&ok


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 03, 2014, 04:38:03 AM
Older article, but it saw some BTQ plug today in the comments.

http://altcoinherald.com/people-still-act-surprised-coin-dev-disappears/



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 03, 2014, 02:35:54 PM
Older article, but it saw some BTQ plug today in the comments.

http://altcoinherald.com/people-still-act-surprised-coin-dev-disappears/


Great article! I just posted a comment there too.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 03, 2014, 08:20:28 PM
very good article with very good reply comments! This is my main goal for BitQuark, is to turn this statement from the article on its head, "Most altcoins are never going to challenge Bitcoin for virtual currency supremacy." I accept this challenge!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 03, 2014, 08:44:18 PM
http://cointelegraph.com/news/112200/altcoins-will-take-the-place-of-stocks-jay-delagrange-ceo-crytrade

More comments on alt-coin articles regarding BTQ.

That's a good sign IMHO.  I used to search for BTQ and all that would come up is this thread and a reddit thread.

Looks like someone's working an SEO angle to grow awareness!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on August 03, 2014, 10:36:54 PM
http://coinwik.org/index.php?title=BitQuark&action=history

CoinWiki has been updated recently with some more BTQ information.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 04, 2014, 03:22:07 AM
Meet Tatsuaki Okamoto AKA Satoshi Nakamoto
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmKnZdrkEng (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmKnZdrkEng)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: zurg on August 05, 2014, 12:47:14 PM
Hi guys,

I am fairly new to the paper wallet thingy and still trying to figure out the whole thing.
Downloaded the generator and printed the key.
Sent 1 BTQ to the address.
Where do I go to verify that it has moved there?

I can see where I can view by the Transaction ID, but not by the address itself.

Also, what is the process of restoring from a Paper wallet?
importprivkey <bitquarkprivkey> [label] [rescan=true]   ???


Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 05, 2014, 11:27:14 PM
https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fscontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-prn1%2Ft1%2F15103_10202655372213172_1278600383_n.jpg&t=542&c=ezgIAErsU9qI3w

I know someone who skins paper wallets if you want some alternate designs for them.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 07, 2014, 09:54:27 PM
Hi guys,

I am fairly new to the paper wallet thingy and still trying to figure out the whole thing.
Downloaded the generator and printed the key.
Sent 1 BTQ to the address.
Where do I go to verify that it has moved there?

I can see where I can view by the Transaction ID, but not by the address itself.

Also, what is the process of restoring from a Paper wallet?
importprivkey <bitquarkprivkey> [label] [rescan=true]   ???


Thanks!

Yeah you can import the private key into your wallet. Here's an example of what you need to type:

importprivkey 5K88CrQSrmpSUudCKFLw6hPuoJxuPEK7H9FA83Rp7cicsHojp92 PaperWallet


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 08, 2014, 10:13:58 PM
It looks like cpu-pools & ext-pools will be closing down Oct. 1, 2014. I talked with the owner and he is shutting down all his pools on his server.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: u5sos on August 10, 2014, 02:47:49 PM
my version of design for bitquark.info  (http://svh.by/uploads/tpl/btq/index.html)

http://c2n.me/iHQpm8.jpg

I can finish this in few days, if community liked this


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 10, 2014, 06:39:56 PM
Sneak Peak of what is coming int BTQ Phase II

http://bitquark.info/images/BTQ_Phase_II.png

So guys & gals, keep on mining and collecting those BTQ's!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 10, 2014, 07:08:39 PM
Sneak Peak of what is coming int BTQ Phase II

http://bitquark.info/images/BTQ_Phase_II.png

So guys & gals, keep on mining and collecting those BTQ's!!!

THANK YOU!!!!

This will allow anyone to get BTQ just by selling junk.  I was really looking forward to the crypto fleamarket, but it looks dead so this is much much needed!  I post stuff online at craigslist for the coins I'm interested in, but most people don't know what I'm talking about (I did sell something for BTC once though).


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 11, 2014, 01:20:43 AM
The BitQuark Auction website will be dedicated to BTQ's exclusively. No other crypto currencies will be accepted as payments.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Obfuscode on August 13, 2014, 01:48:18 PM
Hi,

I just paid out the assets from the pool to their miners.

Sorry for closing it, I was left alone by the staff with an unfinished and buggy setup and I lack the time of fixing it while keeping everything running.

maybe we see us again on a bigger, better, faster and stronger setup!

Cheers,
f0o


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 14, 2014, 02:41:33 AM
Hi,

I just paid out the assets from the pool to their miners.

Sorry for closing it, I was left alone by the staff with an unfinished and buggy setup and I lack the time of fixing it while keeping everything running.

maybe we see us again on a bigger, better, faster and stronger setup!

Cheers,
f0o

Thanks f0o for everything! Hopefully we will join back up in the future!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 15, 2014, 01:33:02 AM
This alt coin reality (http://altcoinherald.com/people-still-act-surprised-coin-dev-disappears/) is starting to set in for pool operators too. This is why I believe, for any coin to be viable long term, it needs to have a dedicated pool owned and operated by the coin devs. This game of vanishing pools flooded with mostly $hitcoins does not inspire public confidence.

If I can get the original MPOS source code used by cpu-pool (not the newer, buggier code from github), maybe even directly from cpu-pool, with a little help I would be willing to try setting up a BTQ exclusive pool on my server.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 15, 2014, 01:40:37 AM
This alt coin reality (http://altcoinherald.com/people-still-act-surprised-coin-dev-disappears/) is starting to set in for pool operators too. This is why I believe, for any coin to be viable long term, it needs to have a dedicated pool owned and operated by the coin devs. This game of vanishing pools flooded with mostly $hitcoins does not inspire public confidence.

If I can get the original MPOS source code used by cpu-pool (not the newer, buggier code from github), maybe even directly from cpu-pool, with a little help I would be willing to try setting up a BTQ exclusive pool on my server.

I totally agree 110%!!! I was hoping to running my own BTQ pool from my server here at home, but the only problem that I'm running into is that TWC wants like $350 month just to issue me a static IP :-( So if I can't come up with talking them into giving me a static IP, then I will look into setting the BTQ Pool up on a remote server!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 15, 2014, 02:35:51 AM
If you do go remote managed, I highly recommend Linode. Their $20/mo package is probably all you'd need. EVER!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on August 15, 2014, 09:02:24 AM
Its safer to run remotely, unless you were planning on getting a static ip in addition to your normal home ip. Ive had the idea of running a pool for a while now but im just too lazy to learn. Anyone have any guides?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 17, 2014, 09:32:19 PM
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=BTQ

254 payments so far paid out 5 deposits paid in!



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 19, 2014, 04:41:20 AM
https://issuu.com/altcoin-prophet

Not sure what this means...but I spy with my little eye a BitQuark...


Perhaps we'll see some magazine articles regarding BitQuark soon like so:

http://issuu.com/thewarrengroup/docs/bankingny2q2014


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 19, 2014, 11:39:34 PM
I am having trouble getting to qex.la and exarena.net. Have they vaporized?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 20, 2014, 12:09:56 AM
https://www.coingecko.com/en

Would be nice to get BTQ listed at CoinGecko for more exposure.  The more places BTQ pops up, the better.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 20, 2014, 04:53:45 AM
Just want to update you guys on what I've been busy doing. I have setup a BitQuark MPOS pool that I will be hosting from my own server located at my home :-) I will also migrate bitquark.info over to my server. I still running tests on the pool and I should have it up and ready by the time cpu-pool.net goes offline Oct. 1st. Also I will being running the pool at 0% fee. The only fee's that will apply are 0.1% for Manual withdraws and 0.01% for Auto-withdraws. So donations via the pool's control panel will be greatly appreciated :-D

Thanks guys and keep on mining!!!

BTQ Dev

"BitQuark, The Faster Bitcoin"


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 20, 2014, 01:02:03 PM
Just want to update you guys on what I've been busy doing. I have setup a BitQuark MPOS pool that I will be hosting from my own server located at my home :-) I will also migrate bitquark.info over to my server. I still running tests on the pool and I should have it up and ready by the time cpu-pool.net goes offline Oct. 1st. Also I will being running the pool at 0% fee. The only fee's that will apply are 0.1% for Manual withdraws and 0.01% for Auto-withdraws. So donations via the pool's control panel will be greatly appreciated :-D

Thanks guys and keep on mining!!!

BTQ Dev

"BitQuark, The Faster Bitcoin"

I wish all coin devs put in the support you do.  Can't wait for the online auction.  In the meantime, I'm still posting items for sale on craigslist and backpage for Bitquark.  Hopefully once enough items get posted and are online long enough when someone searches for bitquark they'll see there's real stuff you can buy with it.

http://ftlauderdale.backpage.com/MiscForSale/35-black-innokin-mvp-20-e-cig-battery/27526754


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: satoutaka6612 on August 20, 2014, 02:30:11 PM
 Exchange secure

atomic-trade

https://www.atomic-trade.com/

Please add Bitquark here.

 ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 20, 2014, 05:14:53 PM
Exchange secure

atomic-trade

https://www.atomic-trade.com/

Please add Bitquark here.

 ;)

Just created an account and sent a request to get BTQ listed.  So far I've been trading all my other junk coins for BTQ at C-Cex.com to try and work on acculating as much BTQ as I can.

Update:  I received a response from Allen Byron Penner (Atomic Trade) on Aug 20 13:16 that they would not be adding BTQ to the exchange at this time.

Oh well...I guess I'll have to keep giving fees to C-Cex.com for BTQ trades LOL.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on August 20, 2014, 11:26:07 PM
Trading volume is still very low comparatively speaking. I don't think it's necessary or even advisable to spread it out too thin at such an early stage. Pool and exchange operators are waking up to shitcoins and using better judgement accepting new ones. This is healthy for the overall proliferation of crypto currencies in general.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 22, 2014, 12:26:58 AM
1,927.08500 BTQ = $1 USD

Price is down significantly due to Bitcoin price being down.  Great time to buy up!  I'm moving out of KARM and putting it all into BTQ.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on August 22, 2014, 03:08:38 AM
Just want to update you guys on what I've been busy doing. I have setup a BitQuark MPOS pool that I will be hosting from my own server located at my home :-) I will also migrate bitquark.info over to my server. I still running tests on the pool and I should have it up and ready by the time cpu-pool.net goes offline Oct. 1st. Also I will being running the pool at 0% fee. The only fee's that will apply are 0.1% for Manual withdraws and 0.01% for Auto-withdraws. So donations via the pool's control panel will be greatly appreciated :-D

I run several servers in a pair of world-class data centres as part of the company I own / operate.  If you want to have bitquark.info on gigabit links, let me know.  I'd be happy to do so as a "help" to the BTQ community; no fees.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on August 22, 2014, 08:42:22 PM
So who wants to make me a whale and continue to dump? hehe


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 23, 2014, 09:21:30 PM
Until there's a better place for it (like the BTQ Auction House or that Crypto Flea Market)

http://ftlauderdale.backpage.com/MiscForSale/70-used-next-mountain-bike-bitquark-or-bitcoin/27573074

Used NEXT Mountain Bike for sale in Davie, FL for just over 14,000 BTQ.

If everyone else would do the same, sell some junk on backpage for BitQuark, that could really help the exposure.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on August 24, 2014, 12:38:44 AM
Until there's a better place for it (like the BTQ Auction House or that Crypto Flea Market)

http://ftlauderdale.backpage.com/MiscForSale/70-used-next-mountain-bike-bitquark-or-bitcoin/27573074

Used NEXT Mountain Bike for sale in Davie, FL for just over 14,000 BTQ.

If everyone else would do the same, sell some junk on backpage for BitQuark, that could really help the exposure.

too bad you're not in Louisiana.  Would be nice to see another local bitquark user.

anyone seen what's coming out yet?

http://issuu.com/altcoin-prophet/docs/bitquark.pptx

doesn't look finished.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 24, 2014, 03:52:57 PM
Are the logo files available anywhere in PSD or INDD formats?  I have a friend at Diamond Vape that accepts Bitcoins interested, but they need to build some promotional materials for the store so they asked for high-rez since it will be printed materials.

Might also be a good idea to have a marketing materials section on the website so adopters can produce their own materials for storefronts, or at least make it easier for people to share BTQ.




Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 24, 2014, 08:53:01 PM
Are the logo files available anywhere in PSD or INDD formats?  I have a friend at Diamond Vape that accepts Bitcoins interested, but they need to build some promotional materials for the store so they asked for high-rez since it will be printed materials.

Might also be a good idea to have a marketing materials section on the website so adopters can produce their own materials for storefronts, or at least make it easier for people to share BTQ.




Here are some high resolution images I have in a zip file. You can download them via this link http://bitquark.info/downloads/btq-designs.zip (http://bitquark.info/downloads/btq-designs.zip)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 25, 2014, 01:43:42 AM
Awesome and thanks.  Once they're done with the signs for the store we'll take some photos and figure out a place to post the high-rez CMYK versions of the art files.

Just an FYI, I stumbled across this article (over a month old) heavily mentioning BTQ:

http://michelrvaillancourt.com/2014/07/11/the-brave-new-world-cryptocurrency-and-why-im-chippin-in/



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 26, 2014, 11:50:49 AM
https://www.coinpayments.net/coinreq

Put in a request to have BTQ accepted at coinpayments.net  Could use more people requesting it.

If you're in the mood for fresh organic vegetables during your next vacation to Ft. Lauderdale, a friend of mine who also accepts bitcoin for his locally grown goods has agreed to get into BitQuark with me too so we'll have photos of the produce with a BTQ accepted here sign in the near future.

Then there's always craigslist.com and backpage.com and miamiunivision.com where you can find ads from people selling stuff for bitquark.

http://miamiclasificados.univision.com/MiscForSale/70-used-next-mountain-bike-bitquark-or-bitcoin/27573074

Be nice to get a mobile wallet!!!  At least the paperwallet is working.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on August 26, 2014, 06:37:04 PM
https://www.coinpayments.net/coinreq

Put in a request to have BTQ accepted at coinpayments.net  Could use more people requesting it.

If you're in the mood for fresh organic vegetables during your next vacation to Ft. Lauderdale, a friend of mine who also accepts bitcoin for his locally grown goods has agreed to get into BitQuark with me too so we'll have photos of the produce with a BTQ accepted here sign in the near future.

Then there's always craigslist.com and backpage.com and miamiunivision.com where you can find ads from people selling stuff for bitquark.

http://miamiclasificados.univision.com/MiscForSale/70-used-next-mountain-bike-bitquark-or-bitcoin/27573074

Be nice to get a mobile wallet!!!  At least the paperwallet is working.

Ill have to try out the paper wallet.  Is it skinmable?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FoodForThePoor on August 27, 2014, 09:32:50 AM
It looks like there are more people want to buy bitquark than people wanting to sell, but a big price gap between two groups.  That looks like a good sign, no dumpers as they buy prices have been going up over the last few days.

I may have to give this coin some additional consideration.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: FoodForThePoor on August 29, 2014, 01:41:09 AM
Uh-oh!

https://scontent-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/v/t1.0-9/10405360_789090477799456_8370689483114870210_n.jpg?oh=dc9b97bbb136554ff09de6c558eea712&oe=54663049


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 29, 2014, 02:34:34 AM

Very Nice!!!! I like it!!! :-D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 29, 2014, 03:56:51 AM
We should have a meme promotion for bitquark like the EBT (Even Bitches Take it) meme or the Doge meme.

361 faucet payouts so far.

A few people saying they'll accept it as payment locally.

Some online articles.

It's getting some interest, just not a lot of trade activity on the exchanges.  I think that's good though.  Keeps it from turning into another dump coin.  I'd rather buy and sell stuff with BTQ than use it as a trade up for bitcoins.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on August 29, 2014, 04:29:04 AM
http://cointelegraph.com/news/112384/op-ed-on-the-current-decline-of-altcoins

BitQuark plug in the disqus comments.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 29, 2014, 04:47:28 AM
http://davie.claz.org/classifieds/for-sale?q=bikes+-+wheels

I'm doing my part.  If you have BitQuark, I have junk to sell for it.  I wish more people would do the same.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 29, 2014, 04:54:50 AM
This is what I'm currently doing behind the scenes to get BitQuark ready for the mainstream.
  • A new 0 fee MPOS pool, which I have been testing on my server and so far its running perfect!
  • An eBay type auction site dedicated to ONLY BitQuark, no BTC, LTC, QRK, etc. will be accepted. The only think I have left is to get the payment system up and going.
  • Still looking for a dev to build a mobile BTQ wallet as this is a "must have" for todays world


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 30, 2014, 02:31:28 AM
This is what I'm currently doing behind the scenes to get BitQuark ready for the mainstream.
  • A new 0 fee MPOS pool, which I have been testing on my server and so far its running perfect!
  • An eBay type auction site dedicated to ONLY BitQuark, no BTC, LTC, QRK, etc. will be accepted. The only think I have left is to get the payment system up and going.
  • Still looking for a dev to build a mobile BTQ wallet as this is a "must have" for todays world


Saw it on facebook and agree, bitQuark is the best!

https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/10530950_789558687752635_2481303063812235181_n.png?oh=90c0520f11f4b8635d96c35a4015762e&oe=54614418&__gda__=1415309682_634aa6366ff63120b57c7bae9ca99ee1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on August 30, 2014, 06:12:27 AM
I found the facebook page.

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xaf1/t1.0-9/10626531_789732931068544_666115513552112772_n.jpg

looks like someone's having fun with bitquark!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 30, 2014, 09:11:10 PM
https://scontent-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/10649959_305121403006483_7799505197972113455_n.jpg?oh=6f2ae69e100027f3727006e681e1ac3c&oe=545EAFE8

We can hope!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on August 31, 2014, 04:51:06 AM
Thanks for the plugs DannyTom, and the help with testing.

http://btq.cryptofleamarket.com is in the live testing phase.

We still have some work to do with layout and re-design since we've changed architecture and have a new designer working on the project, but functionality seems to be going well. 

We encourage users of the bitQuark currency to signup, post items for sale and send us feedback.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on August 31, 2014, 03:02:33 PM
Thanks for the plugs DannyTom, and the help with testing.

http://btq.cryptofleamarket.com is in the live testing phase.

We still have some work to do with layout and re-design since we've changed architecture and have a new designer working on the project, but functionality seems to be going well. 

We encourage users of the bitQuark currency to signup, post items for sale and send us feedback.

Believe me, I'm happy!  I have virtually no mining equipment, but I'm an avid believer in crypto currencies so the only way for me to earn any coins at the moment is by selling stuff. 

Everything in the crypto world is geared towards investors, pump and dumps and short term trade ups to bitcoin.  That's why I'm a believer in bitQuark, the dev seems to have built a coin meant to be a dollar replacement.  A coin we can actually use.

I know it's not a popular coin right now, but I'll happily sell stuff for bitQuark and would love to buy stuff with bitQuark.

Anyone else notice the buy price on c-cex.com has gone from 200 to 500 in the last few days?  And the sell price is still above 1400.

I think good things are finally coming for this coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: popolite11 on August 31, 2014, 03:20:53 PM
when will next price rise happen.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on August 31, 2014, 04:04:35 PM
when will next price rise happen.

Looking to buy or dump?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on August 31, 2014, 06:49:21 PM
Thanks for the plugs DannyTom, and the help with testing.

http://btq.cryptofleamarket.com is in the live testing phase.

We still have some work to do with layout and re-design since we've changed architecture and have a new designer working on the project, but functionality seems to be going well. 

We encourage users of the bitQuark currency to signup, post items for sale and send us feedback.

Believe me, I'm happy!  I have virtually no mining equipment, but I'm an avid believer in crypto currencies so the only way for me to earn any coins at the moment is by selling stuff. 

Everything in the crypto world is geared towards investors, pump and dumps and short term trade ups to bitcoin.  That's why I'm a believer in bitQuark, the dev seems to have built a coin meant to be a dollar replacement.  A coin we can actually use.

I know it's not a popular coin right now, but I'll happily sell stuff for bitQuark and would love to buy stuff with bitQuark.

Anyone else notice the buy price on c-cex.com has gone from 200 to 500 in the last few days?  And the sell price is still above 1400.

I think good things are finally coming for this coin.

That is my goal with BitQuark, replace the dollar and Bitcoin itself!!! Bitcoin was a great idea, but it's transaction time is way too slow for todays fast pace world!

CryptoFleaMarket is looking great! Glad to see it all coming together!

Also, just got an email from bitcoinshop.com.br and they would like to add BitQuark as a payment method to their online shop!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 01, 2014, 05:56:46 AM
I was playing around while setting my laptop up today with Ubuntu 14.04. After install, I decided to compile minerd so I could mine some BTQ and I done some editing to the setup files and came up with a "MinerD BitQuark Edition"  and added some color to all the dullness 8)
So what do you guys & gals think?

http://bitquark.info/images/minerd-btq-edition.png


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 01, 2014, 02:34:37 PM
I was playing around while setting my laptop up today with Ubuntu 14.04. After install, I decided to compile minerd so I could mine some BTQ and I done some editing to the setup files and came up with a "MinerD BitQuark Edition"  and added some color to all the dullness 8)
So what do you guys & gals think?

http://bitquark.info/images/minerd-btq-edition.png

Nice.  Is there a GPU mining guide anywhere for this?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 01, 2014, 03:52:05 PM
BTQ price and volume continue to rise!  Feels like people are testing the waters, let's just say the water is nice.

Next I think we need to go after some more pool operators.  P2P pool still lets you mine dozens of dead coins (42 coin, American Coin, really?)

Seriously, BTQ is where it's at.  Very active developer/coin operator, upcoming e-bay style auction site dedicated to bitQuark.  Nearly complete ad-listing site dedicated to bitQuark, people actually trying to use the coin, fans of the coin creating fan art and memes, I mean seriously, bitQuark is where it's at.

As for alt-coins in general, I had a conversation today with a friend at lunch.  We sort of argued about how safe digital currencies are.  He was spouting off about how they're hacked, stolen and whatnot.  I asked him for his wallet, he handed it too me (we're friends) and then I walked out.  He called me after a few minutes went by and I told him I just hacked his wallet and stole all his cash.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 02, 2014, 02:22:50 AM
I was playing around while setting my laptop up today with Ubuntu 14.04. After install, I decided to compile minerd so I could mine some BTQ and I done some editing to the setup files and came up with a "MinerD BitQuark Edition"  and added some color to all the dullness 8)
So what do you guys & gals think?

http://bitquark.info/images/minerd-btq-edition.png

Nice.  Is there a GPU mining guide anywhere for this?

This is a good thread for getting the best GPU miners for quark https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795
This is currently the one I use.

They just released sgminer v5 here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632503.0
Haven't tested this version yet

Also if you are GPU mining, then it's more profitable to solo mine instead of pool mine. If you are GPU pool mining and you notice your hash rate is way high in the pool, then ad this code to your mining program's bat file --difficulty-multiplier 256


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 02, 2014, 02:37:54 AM
I was playing around while setting my laptop up today with Ubuntu 14.04. After install, I decided to compile minerd so I could mine some BTQ and I done some editing to the setup files and came up with a "MinerD BitQuark Edition"  and added some color to all the dullness 8)
So what do you guys & gals think?

http://bitquark.info/images/minerd-btq-edition.png
Very pretty. Where do we stand with a native Linux wallet than can be compiled on 14.04?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 02, 2014, 02:45:22 AM
Very pretty. Where do we stand with a native Linux wallet than can be compiled on 14.04?

Glad you asked about that. I just wrote a script today that will download & install all the needed files to build BitQuark daemon and QT. Just copy and paste the below into a text file and name it something like 'AutoBuild.sh' and then from a terminal run the script ./AutoBuild.sh

Code:
# Download and Install the Latest Updates for the OS
#sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y

# Install essential packages
sudo apt-get -y install \
    gcc g++ autoconf automake make git zip unzip \
    qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev \
    libboost-program-options-dev libboost-thread-dev libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libprotobuf-dev \
    libprotobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev qrencode protobuf-c-compiler \
# Get lates BitQuark source
git clone https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17.git BTQ-r17
cd BTQ-r17

# Install libpng (Used for PHP GD Library Extension)
wget -O- https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/lamp-software/libpng-1.6.10.tar.gz | tar -zxf -
cd libpng-1.6.10
./configure && make && sudo make install
cd ..
rm libpng-1.6.10.tar.gz

# Now building bitquarkd
cd src/leveldb
chmod +x build_detect_platform
cd ..
make -f makefile.unix clean
make -f makefile.unix

# Now building bitquark-qt
cd ..
qmake "USE_QRCODE=1" "USE_UPNP=1" "USE_IPV6=1" bitquark-qt.pro
make

I tested this on a clean install of Ubuntu 14.04 and it worked without a hitch! :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 02, 2014, 04:05:47 AM


This is a good thread for getting the best GPU miners for quark https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795
This is currently the one I use.

They just released sgminer v5 here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632503.0
Haven't tested this version yet

Also if you are GPU mining, then it's more profitable to solo mine instead of pool mine. If you are GPU pool mining and you notice your hash rate is way high in the pool, then ad this code to your mining program's bat file --difficulty-multiplier 256

Thank you.  I only make about 10 BTQ a week CPU mining with my current equipment.  My wife's PC makes about 10 BTQ a day CPU mining, but that's forbidden.  I'll be curious to learn about GPU mining.

Right now I think 95% of the people involved in altcoins are tech heads who mine and are looking for quick sale profits to cover electricity costs.  The other 5% are speculative investors. 

I'm hoping as the coin gets more media coverage and more average Jane's and Joe's get involved and realize you can buy things with altcoins just as you could with cash, but without the taxes, that prices will increase.

If there are only 1,500,000 bitQuarks currently available and everyone uses them daily as they would dollars...1 BTQ would be worth a lot more than a nickel.

I'd love to see the day come where a cleaning supply company accepts BTQ for bulk supplies, and I can pay my cleaning lady $20 and 5 BTQ a week, and she in turn uses those 5 BTQ to buy things like cleaning supplies from the aforementioned company.  Same thing across other industries, say like I get paid 1500 BTQ and some cash for graphic design work, and I in turn spend that BTQ buying e-cigarette juice and the e-cig juice company gives the BTQ as bonuses to they're employees, and the employees spend the BTQ at a restaurant.

I really see this as the future if the right people get involved.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 02, 2014, 10:39:06 PM
Very pretty. Where do we stand with a native Linux wallet than can be compiled on 14.04?

Glad you asked about that.
Damn! I'm used to doing all those steps manually. A single install script like this for Linux is huge! Even better for Linux newbies! Only new step I see added is libpng. Is that what we got hung up on before?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 12:14:14 AM
Very pretty. Where do we stand with a native Linux wallet than can be compiled on 14.04?

Glad you asked about that.
Damn! I'm used to doing all those steps manually. A single install script like this for Linux is huge! Even better for Linux newbies! Only new step I see added is libpng. Is that what we got hung up on before?

Noob proof script :-) The libpng is for the QR code generator. I got tired of constantly having to enter the codes line by line so I made that script over the weekend to make compiling BTQ faster. No too bad for a Linux newbie myself huh?  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 12:42:51 AM
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but after about an hour of compiling...

Code:
g++ -c -m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2 -D_REENTRANT -fno-guess-branch-probability -frandom-seed=1984 -Wno-unused-variable -Wno-unused-value -Wno-sign-compare -Wno-strict-aliasing -DQT_GUI -DBOOST_THREAD_USE_LIB -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -DUSE_QRCODE -DUSE_UPNP=1 -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_IPV6=1 -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -DLINUX -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++-64 -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -Isrc -Isrc/json -Isrc/qt -Isrc/leveldb/include -Isrc/leveldb/helpers -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/qrcodedialog.o src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp
src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp:12:22: fatal error: qrencode.h: No such file or directory
 #include <qrencode.h>
                      ^
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/qrcodedialog.o] Error 1


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 12:49:37 AM
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but after about an hour of compiling...

Code:
g++ -c -m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2 -D_REENTRANT -fno-guess-branch-probability -frandom-seed=1984 -Wno-unused-variable -Wno-unused-value -Wno-sign-compare -Wno-strict-aliasing -DQT_GUI -DBOOST_THREAD_USE_LIB -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -DUSE_QRCODE -DUSE_UPNP=1 -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_IPV6=1 -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -DLINUX -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++-64 -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -Isrc -Isrc/json -Isrc/qt -Isrc/leveldb/include -Isrc/leveldb/helpers -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/qrcodedialog.o src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp
src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp:12:22: fatal error: qrencode.h: No such file or directory
 #include <qrencode.h>
                      ^
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/qrcodedialog.o] Error 1


I might have left out a dep, try running this sudo apt-get install qrencode and then run the script again


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 12:51:32 AM
{sigh} Can I just rerun the make after that?

Code:
user@user-1215N:~$ cd BTQ-r17
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$ make
cd /home/user/BTQ-r17/src/leveldb && CC=gcc CXX=g++ make OPT="-m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2" libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/user/BTQ-r17/src/leveldb'
make[1]: `libleveldb.a' is up to date.
make[1]: `libmemenv.a' is up to date.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/user/BTQ-r17/src/leveldb'
cd /home/user/BTQ-r17; /bin/sh share/genbuild.sh /home/user/BTQ-r17/build/build.h
g++ -c -m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2 -D_REENTRANT -fno-guess-branch-probability -frandom-seed=1984 -Wno-unused-variable -Wno-unused-value -Wno-sign-compare -Wno-strict-aliasing -DQT_GUI -DBOOST_THREAD_USE_LIB -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -DUSE_QRCODE -DUSE_UPNP=1 -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_IPV6=1 -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -DLINUX -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++-64 -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -Isrc -Isrc/json -Isrc/qt -Isrc/leveldb/include -Isrc/leveldb/helpers -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/qrcodedialog.o src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp
src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp:12:22: fatal error: qrencode.h: No such file or directory
 #include <qrencode.h>
                      ^
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/qrcodedialog.o] Error 1

Rerunning the script from the top.....


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 02:26:58 AM
No good. Installed the new dep. Ran the install again from the top. Still get.....

Quote
cd /home/user/BTQ-r17; /bin/sh share/genbuild.sh /home/user/BTQ-r17/build/build.h
g++ -c -m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2 -D_REENTRANT -fno-guess-branch-probability -frandom-seed=1984 -Wno-unused-variable -Wno-unused-value -Wno-sign-compare -Wno-strict-aliasing -DQT_GUI -DBOOST_THREAD_USE_LIB -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -DUSE_QRCODE -DUSE_UPNP=1 -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_IPV6=1 -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -DLINUX -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++-64 -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -Isrc -Isrc/json -Isrc/qt -Isrc/leveldb/include -Isrc/leveldb/helpers -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/qrcodedialog.o src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp
src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp:12:22: fatal error: qrencode.h: No such file or directory
 #include <qrencode.h>
                      ^
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/qrcodedialog.o] Error 1
Strange part is if I browse to src/qt/, qrcodedialog.cpp is in there. Let me try a reboot now that the dep is installed......


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 02:27:41 AM
{sigh} Can I just rerun the make after that?

Code:
user@user-1215N:~$ cd BTQ-r17
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$ make
cd /home/user/BTQ-r17/src/leveldb && CC=gcc CXX=g++ make OPT="-m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2" libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/user/BTQ-r17/src/leveldb'
make[1]: `libleveldb.a' is up to date.
make[1]: `libmemenv.a' is up to date.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/user/BTQ-r17/src/leveldb'
cd /home/user/BTQ-r17; /bin/sh share/genbuild.sh /home/user/BTQ-r17/build/build.h
g++ -c -m64 -pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2 -D_REENTRANT -fno-guess-branch-probability -frandom-seed=1984 -Wno-unused-variable -Wno-unused-value -Wno-sign-compare -Wno-strict-aliasing -DQT_GUI -DBOOST_THREAD_USE_LIB -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -DUSE_QRCODE -DUSE_UPNP=1 -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_IPV6=1 -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -DLINUX -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++-64 -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -Isrc -Isrc/json -Isrc/qt -Isrc/leveldb/include -Isrc/leveldb/helpers -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/qrcodedialog.o src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp
src/qt/qrcodedialog.cpp:12:22: fatal error: qrencode.h: No such file or directory
 #include <qrencode.h>
                      ^
compilation terminated.
make: *** [build/qrcodedialog.o] Error 1

Rerunning the script from the top.....

ok let me think about this one for a min....in the mean time check to make sure this is commented out or removed from the 'bitquark-qt.pro' file. It will be located at the first few lines of the file.

Quote
BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX=-mgw48-mt-s-1_55
BOOST_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/boost_1_55_0
BOOST_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/boost_1_55_0/stage/lib
BDB_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/db-4.8.30.NC/build_unix
BDB_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/db-4.8.30.NC/build_unix
OPENSSL_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/openssl-1.0.1g/include
OPENSSL_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/openssl-1.0.1g
MINIUPNPC_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/
MINIUPNPC_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/miniupnpc
QRENCODE_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/qrencode-3.4.3
QRENCODE_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/qrencode-3.4.3/.libs


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 02:40:21 AM
Quote
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$ whereis qrencode.h
qrencode: /usr/bin/qrencode /usr/bin/X11/qrencode /usr/share/man/man1/qrencode.1.gz
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$

And yes, they're already commented out. Says to uncomment if building on winblows.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 02:44:31 AM
Quote
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$ whereis qrencode.h
qrencode: /usr/bin/qrencode /usr/bin/X11/qrencode /usr/share/man/man1/qrencode.1.gz
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$

And yes, they're already commented out. Says to uncomment if building on winblows.

Oh ok...I'm going to re-install a fresh copy of Ubuntu 14.04 and see what I'm missing. I do remember getting that same error, just can't remember what I did to fix it and obviously I forgot to include it in the script. So as soon as I get everything back up and going, I will post the new script on here.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 02:49:23 AM
Quote
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$ whereis qrencode.h
qrencode: /usr/bin/qrencode /usr/bin/X11/qrencode /usr/share/man/man1/qrencode.1.gz
user@user-1215N:~/BTQ-r17$

And yes, they're already commented out. Says to uncomment if building on winblows.

Oh ok...I'm going to re-install a fresh copy of Ubuntu 14.04 and see what I'm missing. I do remember getting that same error, just can't remember what I did to fix it and obviously I forgot to include it in the script. So as soon as I get everything back up and going, I will post the new script on here.

So close I can taste it! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 02:49:50 AM
run this command by itself in the terminal to make sure it installed correctly sudo apt-get install libqrencode-dev


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 03:04:56 AM
I KNOW WHAT THE PROBLEM IS!!!

libprotobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev never got installed because you forgot \ at the end of the 4th line.

Also, I looked for libprotobuf-compiler in synaptic and found only protobuf-c-compiler. When I install that is also installs a few other deps.

Ran make again AND IT WORKED!

I'll run it again from the top tomorrow. Need sleep.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 03:29:56 AM
I KNOW WHAT THE PROBLEM IS!!!

libprotobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev never got installed because you forgot \ at the end of the 4th line.

Also, I looked for libprotobuf-compiler in synaptic and found only protobuf-c-compiler. When I install that is also installs a few other deps.

Ran make again AND IT WORKED!

I'll run it again from the top tomorrow. Need sleep.

Oh DAMN!!! All the trouble because I forgot to include the freaking switch..smh
Glad you figured it out before I ran a re-install lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 05:23:40 PM
Here's the completed script code I'm testing right now. I'm pretty sure this is what you intended. I found I also needed a switch on a line by itself in order to include all lines. I just named this file btq.sh to keep it short, placed it in my home directory, made it executable, opened a terminal in my home directory, then "./btq.sh" enter.

Quote
# Download and Install the Latest Updates for the OS
#sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y

# Install essential packages
sudo apt-get -y install \
    gcc g++ autoconf automake make git zip unzip \
    qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev \
    libboost-program-options-dev libboost-thread-dev libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libprotobuf-dev \
    protobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev \
\

# Get latest BitQuark source
git clone https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17.git BTQ-r17
cd BTQ-r17

# Install libpng (Used for PHP GD Library Extension)
wget -O- https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/lamp-software/libpng-1.6.10.tar.gz | tar -zxf -
cd libpng-1.6.10
./configure && make && sudo make install
cd ..
rm libpng-1.6.10.tar.gz

# Now building bitquarkd
cd src/leveldb
chmod +x build_detect_platform
cd ..
make -f makefile.unix clean
make -f makefile.unix

# Now building bitquark-qt
cd ..
qmake "USE_QRCODE=1" "USE_UPNP=1" "USE_IPV6=1" bitquark-qt.pro
make

So should this work on earlier Ubuntu versions going back to 12.04 too?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 03, 2014, 07:36:26 PM
Install script is ready for prime time!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 03, 2014, 08:41:45 PM
Awesome!!! Here's the corrected script.

Code:
# Download and Install the Latest Updates for the OS
#sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y

# Install essential packages
sudo apt-get -y install \
    gcc g++ autoconf automake make git zip unzip \
    qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev \
    libboost-program-options-dev libboost-thread-dev libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libprotobuf-dev \
    protobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev qrencode protobuf-c-compiler

# Get lates BitQuark source
#git clone https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17.git BTQ-r17
#cd BTQ-r17

# Install libpng (Used for PHP GD Library Extension)
wget -O- https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/lamp-software/libpng-1.6.10.tar.gz | tar -zxf -
cd libpng-1.6.10
./configure && make && sudo make install
cd ..

# Now building bitquarkd
cd src/leveldb
chmod +x build_detect_platform
cd ..
make -f makefile.unix clean
make -f makefile.unix

# Now building bitquark-qt
cd ..
qmake "USE_QRCODE=1" "USE_UPNP=1" "USE_IPV6=1" bitquark-qt.pro
make

Just copy the code and paste it in a text file, then rename the text file AutoBuild.sh & place it in your BitQuark dirctory and run it from your terminal on Ubuntu!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 04, 2014, 01:48:34 AM
Awesome!!! Here's the corrected script.

Code:
# Download and Install the Latest Updates for the OS
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y

# Install essential packages
sudo apt-get -y install \
    gcc g++ autoconf automake make git zip unzip \
    qt4-qmake libqt4-dev build-essential libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev \
    libboost-program-options-dev libboost-thread-dev libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libprotobuf-dev \
    protobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev \
\

# Get latest BitQuark source
git clone https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17.git BTQ-r17
cd BTQ-r17

# Install libpng (Used for PHP GD Library Extension)
wget -O- https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/lamp-software/libpng-1.6.10.tar.gz | tar -zxf -
cd libpng-1.6.10
./configure && make && sudo make install
cd ..

# Now building bitquarkd
cd src/leveldb
chmod +x build_detect_platform
cd ..
make -f makefile.unix clean
make -f makefile.unix

# Now building bitquark-qt
cd ..
qmake "USE_QRCODE=1" "USE_UPNP=1" "USE_IPV6=1" bitquark-qt.pro
make

Just copy the code and paste it in a text file, then rename the text file AutoBuild.sh & place it in your BitQuark dirctory and run it from your terminal on Ubuntu!

Ahem! And here is the script that will actually work. :P

qrencode and protobuf-c-compiler are not needed. Two missing \ switches are needed.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 04, 2014, 02:28:45 AM
Yeah what Zero said lol.

Just want give you guys a heads up that the main website and blockexplorer maybe down for a couple days...doing some upgrades on the server :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ocminer on September 04, 2014, 07:37:18 PM
just a short heads up from suprnova, there was a flaw in the stratum code for quark which allowed some tweaks for submitting fake shares, everything is fixed now and no fake shares are counted anymore , they now automatically result in a ban of the account.

sorry for the delay.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 05, 2014, 12:20:08 AM
More problems. On my production machine running Xubuntu 13.10 I have a bitcoin wallet installed. BTQ wallet won't build from the script. When I run just the dependencies portion of autobuild.sh without the -y switch in terminal I get.....
Quote
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 libminiupnpc-dev : Depends: libminiupnpc8 (= 1.6-3ubuntu2.13.10.1) but 1.6-precise2 is to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
Funny part is libminiupnpc8 IS installed. If I try to remove it in synaptic, it also wants to remove my bitcoin client and install qt5 libraries. I'm stuck.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 05, 2014, 01:30:09 AM
http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark

I dont know why the API Status is down, but it might be good to contact them and help them get it reconnected. Otherwise people will see that and think the coin might be dead.
 :-[


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 05, 2014, 02:07:51 AM
http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/BitQuark

I dont know why the API Status is down, but it might be good to contact them and help them get it reconnected. Otherwise people will see that and think the coin might be dead.
 :-[
It's mostly likely due to me switching the website from the remote server to my home server. I will contact them with the new API address.
Thanks for the heads up!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 06, 2014, 02:20:57 PM
Seems to be some flux in bitquark prices. 

bitquark.info/btq-stats.php   (142 BTQ = $1 USD)

cryptofleamarket.com/rates  (10,945 BTQ = $1 USD)

c-cex.com/?p=btq-btc    (0.00000019 BTC)

Could anyone maybe list the formulas used to calculate prices?  I'm writing some SEO articles on crypto coins and plan to plug BTQ.

It would be nice if there were an offical "price index" like coindesk does for BTC.

Also, I'm working on getting BTQ listed as a 2014 coin launch on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptocurrency

We have the http://coinwik.org/BitQuark wiki page, but I think there could be a lot more exposure and interest if it was listed on the official wikipedia page.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 06, 2014, 05:38:17 PM
Whoa, what the hell happened yesterday? Were all those buy orders on ccex from one person and canceled them all or something?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 06, 2014, 06:03:21 PM
It looks like someone dumped and filled a lot of the buy orders. My guess would be one of the pool operators??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 06, 2014, 06:16:32 PM
Is bitquark mined on a multipool that dumps to buy other coins?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 06, 2014, 06:17:42 PM
Is bitquark mined on a multipool that dumps to buy other coins?

Not that I know of.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoFleaMarket on September 07, 2014, 03:26:42 PM
On the bright side, buy orders have gone from 19 to 31 since last night and since whomever dumped filled a lot of existing buy orders, there's hopefully more coin holders now.

At any rate, this happens and is part of the volatility of the crypto-currency world.

As for Mr. B's question on the formula we're using to determine coin value in relation to dollars:

Simplified Formula:

1 USD / BTQ to BTC price at c-cex / BTC to USD price average

1 / 0.00000031 / 482.91



Since there are no official sources I know of as yet to directly trade bitquark into dollars we're tying it to USD through BTC.

We're taking the BTC to USD value from 4 exchanges and averaging it and averaging the bitquark value from 2 exchanges to get the USD value of bitquark.

Example:

Blockchain.info says BTC is worth - $481.88 USD
CoinDesk says BTC is worth - $483.65 USD
BitStamp says BTC is worth - $480.72 USD
BTER says BTC is worth - $484.98 USD

So the BTC average price is $482.81 USD


The current BTQ price on comkort is .00007 BTC
The current BTQ price on c-cex is .00000031 BTC

So the BTQ average price is 0.000035155

At the current prices listed above, you could buy 1 BTC with 28445 BTQ and since 1 BTC is worth $482.81 that translates to 58.92 BTQ = $1 USD

However, most of the time comkort doesn't factor into the average.  If any exchange hasn't had trade volume of the coin in 24 hours it's not factored in.  So since c-cex is the only part of the BTQ to BTC average accepted:

1 BTC = 3225806 and since 1 BTC is worth $482.91 that translates to 6681.32 BTQ = $1 USD

All the math functions are set for 8 decimal places, and since I think blockchain and coindesk use multiple sources to compile their prices there could be a little bit of an issue there, but that's where we're at for now.

At the moment, BTQ price is tied directly to BTC prices (as is with most coins) so limited trade volume of BTQ combined with the existing volatility of BTC makes the BTQ price extremely volatile.  Hopefully as the coin grows in popularity it can move away from being tied to BTC.



All our coin value coding allots for 10 exchanges to be included in the average.  We're only using the 4 mentioned above for BTC and the 2 mentioned above for BTQ (remember, most of the time comkort isn't included since there's little active trading going on there.)  As we develop further we'd like to publish a wordpress plugin and an api to serve prices, but we're not an official authority for bitquark or any of the other coins, just a fan.


If anyone sees any issues with the way we're calculating USD value or has better suggestions, please let us know.


http://btq.cryptofleamarket.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/the-crypto-fleamarket-team.png







Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 07, 2014, 08:29:00 PM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=561516.60;topicseen

bitquark added to the queue of coins to be listed on coingecko.com



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 07, 2014, 11:02:41 PM
The Official BitQuark BTQ MPOS Pool has been launched! 0% mining fee's for life!!! http://pool.bitquark.info/
SSL connection is also available https://pool.bitquark.info/


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 08, 2014, 10:52:05 AM
Does anyone know if the entire wallet and blockchain data can be stored in custom locations?

right now the wallet file bitquark-qt.exe looks like a single file with no dependencies that can be stored anywhere, but when launched it still produced files in \users\%name%\appdata\roaming\bitquark\

I thought I'd ask before playing around since I'm hoping if it's feasible to produce something like this:

https://www.customusb.com/img/usbbusinesscard/walletcardminiflip/04.jpg

but customized for bitquark wallets.

I know the blockchain size would be an issue eventually.  Right now it looks like it's about 700MB so an 8bg card would probably last a while and would put the price point at $19.99 USD ( or 44,000 BTQ at current values )

Speaking of blockchain size, any thoughts on how to handle it's exponential growth once BTQ becomes widely adopted and used?

Anyone think there'd be any interest is a USB credit card wallet? 



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 08, 2014, 03:50:09 PM
Does anyone know if the entire wallet and blockchain data can be stored in custom locations?

right now the wallet file bitquark-qt.exe looks like a single file with no dependencies that can be stored anywhere, but when launched it still produced files in \users\%name%\appdata\roaming\bitquark\

I thought I'd ask before playing around since I'm hoping if it's feasible to produce something like this:

https://www.customusb.com/img/usbbusinesscard/walletcardminiflip/04.jpg

but customized for bitquark wallets.

I know the blockchain size would be an issue eventually.  Right now it looks like it's about 700MB so an 8bg card would probably last a while and would put the price point at $19.99 USD ( or 44,000 BTQ at current values )

Speaking of blockchain size, any thoughts on how to handle it's exponential growth once BTQ becomes widely adopted and used?

Anyone think there'd be any interest is a USB credit card wallet? 



You can change the 'data' location by doing the following.
If you have already downloaded the data then you will have to move the data to the new folder. If you want to store them in D:\BitQuarkData then click on "Properties" of a shortcut to bitquark-qt.exe and add -datadir=D:\BitQuarkData at the end as an example:
Code:
"C:\BitQuark\bitquark-qt.exe" -datadir=d:\BitQuarkData


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 08, 2014, 05:16:54 PM
Does anyone know if the entire wallet and blockchain data can be stored in custom locations?

right now the wallet file bitquark-qt.exe looks like a single file with no dependencies that can be stored anywhere, but when launched it still produced files in \users\%name%\appdata\roaming\bitquark\

I thought I'd ask before playing around since I'm hoping if it's feasible to produce something like this:

https://www.customusb.com/img/usbbusinesscard/walletcardminiflip/04.jpg

but customized for bitquark wallets.

I know the blockchain size would be an issue eventually.  Right now it looks like it's about 700MB so an 8bg card would probably last a while and would put the price point at $19.99 USD ( or 44,000 BTQ at current values )

Speaking of blockchain size, any thoughts on how to handle it's exponential growth once BTQ becomes widely adopted and used?

Anyone think there'd be any interest is a USB credit card wallet? 



You can change the 'data' location by doing the following.
If you have already downloaded the data then you will have to move the data to the new folder. If you want to store them in D:\BitQuarkData then click on "Properties" of a shortcut to bitquark-qt.exe and add -datadir=D:\BitQuarkData at the end as an example:
Code:
"C:\BitQuark\bitquark-qt.exe" -datadir=d:\BitQuarkData

Worked perfectly! 

I created a MyBitQuarkWallet.bat file with:

%CD%\BitQuarkData\bitquark-qt.exe -datadir=%CD%\BitQuarkData


An and autorun.inf with:

[AutoRun]
OPEN=MyBitQuarkWallet.bat
ACTION=Run BitQuark Wallet
LABEL=My USB BitQuark Wallet


and placed them on the USB drive as the only 2 files.

I then created a folder on the USB drive called BitQuarkData and in there placed:

bitquark-qt.exe


The autorun worked perfectly on XP and Vista, Win7 and Win8 though I still had to manually click on the .bat file.  It took a while to download the blockchain, but I could have manually copied that over.

Anyways, I now have a totally separate wallet entirely on a generic credit card USB drive.  Now as long as the blockchain never grows beyond 7GB it's all good!  I can carry around a bitquark wallet in my wallet.

Now if I want to give a friend or family member who knows nothing about computers some bitquark to spend I can do the same procedure, load a few BTQ into thier wallet as their first transaction, slap a bitquark decal on the generic drive and boom.

All we need now is someone with some experience making an autostart application that maybe provides some options like:

 - Run My Wallet
 - Guide to BitQuark
 - Something Something...
 - Something Else...

and we have a portable wallet any non-techie can use.


I know some of you are laughing at me because this is probably a no-brainer, but I'm trying to think of ways to promote bitquark and get the computer illiterate crowd involved.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: HiBCDirect on September 08, 2014, 08:06:42 PM
Does anyone know if the entire wallet and blockchain data can be stored in custom locations?

right now the wallet file bitquark-qt.exe looks like a single file with no dependencies that can be stored anywhere, but when launched it still produced files in \users\%name%\appdata\roaming\bitquark\

I thought I'd ask before playing around since I'm hoping if it's feasible to produce something like this:

https://www.customusb.com/img/usbbusinesscard/walletcardminiflip/04.jpg

but customized for bitquark wallets.

I know the blockchain size would be an issue eventually.  Right now it looks like it's about 700MB so an 8bg card would probably last a while and would put the price point at $19.99 USD ( or 44,000 BTQ at current values )

Speaking of blockchain size, any thoughts on how to handle it's exponential growth once BTQ becomes widely adopted and used?

Anyone think there'd be any interest is a USB credit card wallet? 



You can change the 'data' location by doing the following.
If you have already downloaded the data then you will have to move the data to the new folder. If you want to store them in D:\BitQuarkData then click on "Properties" of a shortcut to bitquark-qt.exe and add -datadir=D:\BitQuarkData at the end as an example:
Code:
"C:\BitQuark\bitquark-qt.exe" -datadir=d:\BitQuarkData

Worked perfectly! 

I created a MyBitQuarkWallet.bat file with:

%CD%\BitQuarkData\bitquark-qt.exe -datadir=%CD%\BitQuarkData


An and autorun.inf with:

[AutoRun]
OPEN=MyBitQuarkWallet.bat
ACTION=Run BitQuark Wallet
LABEL=My USB BitQuark Wallet


and placed them on the USB drive as the only 2 files.

I then created a folder on the USB drive called BitQuarkData and in there placed:

bitquark-qt.exe


The autorun worked perfectly on XP and Vista, Win7 and Win8 though I still had to manually click on the .bat file.  It took a while to download the blockchain, but I could have manually copied that over.

Anyways, I now have a totally separate wallet entirely on a generic credit card USB drive.  Now as long as the blockchain never grows beyond 7GB it's all good!  I can carry around a bitquark wallet in my wallet.

Now if I want to give a friend or family member who knows nothing about computers some bitquark to spend I can do the same procedure, load a few BTQ into thier wallet as their first transaction, slap a bitquark decal on the generic drive and boom.

All we need now is someone with some experience making an autostart application that maybe provides some options like:

 - Run My Wallet
 - Guide to BitQuark
 - Something Something...
 - Something Else...

and we have a portable wallet any non-techie can use.


I know some of you are laughing at me because this is probably a no-brainer, but I'm trying to think of ways to promote bitquark and get the computer illiterate crowd involved.



https://electrum.org/tutorials.html

Something like that might be a solution for the blockchain size issue and might also make the wallet speed up a bit. 

I read what you did and liked the idea.  I created two self-extracting archives to start off with (USB BitQuark Install.exe) following your steps to put everything in the correct place, one without blockchain data and one with.

What I found was:

1. The self-extracting archive without the blockchain worked great, opened quickly, but is taking forever to download the blockchain on USB 2.0 which I think is due to the 480Mbps speed limit.  Maybe USB 3.0 would be better since it's supposed to have a 5Gbps speed cap but if you're targeting non-technical people with older equipment that wouldn't work for everyone.

2. The self-extracting archive with the blockchain would hang repeatedly.  It would open eventually, but again, the delay and the hangs would put off the average non-technical user and give them pause.

Nice idea though having a branded credit card sized external USB bitquark wallet to carry around, but it appears blockchain size is going to be an issue and not just for bitquark.

Still, for those of us with a little technical knowledge I'm loving your post DT.







Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoFleaMarket on September 09, 2014, 02:01:29 AM
Been mining a little on an old laptop at pool.bitquak.info and it's going well.  Glad to see an official sponsored MPOS pool.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 09, 2014, 02:09:27 AM
Been mining a little on an old laptop at pool.bitquak.info and it's going well.  Glad to see an official sponsored MPOS pool.



I've been working on setting up the pool for about 3 months and finally got everything tested and up and going! I'm running it from my home server, so really no overhead other than my internet service itself :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 09, 2014, 02:17:27 AM
Been mining a little on an old laptop at pool.bitquak.info and it's going well.  Glad to see an official sponsored MPOS pool.



I've been working on setting up the pool for about 3 months and finally got everything tested and up and going! I'm running it from my home server, so really no overhead other than my internet service itself :-)

Great job!  I just switched from cpu-pool.net to bitq.suprnova.cc the other day after my last cashout.

#BitQuark to the moon!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 09, 2014, 03:09:21 AM

Worked perfectly! 

I created a MyBitQuarkWallet.bat file with:

%CD%\BitQuarkData\bitquark-qt.exe -datadir=%CD%\BitQuarkData


An and autorun.inf with:

[AutoRun]
OPEN=MyBitQuarkWallet.bat
ACTION=Run BitQuark Wallet
LABEL=My USB BitQuark Wallet


and placed them on the USB drive as the only 2 files.

I then created a folder on the USB drive called BitQuarkData and in there placed:

bitquark-qt.exe


Just curious if a windows shortcut would work better than a batch file?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 10, 2014, 12:15:51 AM
I never thought of using a windows shortcut, I'll have to try that to get rid of the cmd window popping up, plus then an icon would be on it too so that would look a little cooler.

We need all the bitquark supporters to help promote the coin!

Vote on exchanges and harass/email them daily to add BitQuark!
https://btc-market.org/Voting
https://www.swisscex.com/voting


Like, Follow, Promote all the Facebook Pages for BitQuark
https://www.facebook.com/bitquarkfans
https://www.facebook.com/bitquarkcoin
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Crypto-Flea-Market/254323151419642


Buy and Sell BitQuark on Exchanges so there's plenty of trade activity and volume
http://www.c-cex.com
http://www.comkort.com

Give away a flash drive wallet with a couple of BTQ to a friend or family memeber
Code:
I created a MyBitQuarkWallet.bat file with:

%CD%BitQuarkData\bitquark-qt.exe -datadir=%CD%BitQuarkData


An and autorun.inf with:

[AutoRun]
OPEN=MyBitQuarkWallet.bat
ACTION=Run BitQuark Wallet
LABEL=My USB BitQuark Wallet


and placed them on the USB drive as the only 2 files.

I then created a folder on the USB drive called BitQuarkData and in there placed:

bitquark-qt.exe


It's up to us to make bitQuark grow into a real currency for 2015


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 10, 2014, 01:35:32 AM
Yeah the Windows shortcut works great...I've used it before.
If you want to add an icon to the USB just save this BTQ icon image and add the following to your autorun.inf

https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17/blob/master/src/qt/res/icons/bitcoin.ico (https://github.com/bitquarkcoin/BitQuark-0.8.3r17/blob/master/src/qt/res/icons/bitcoin.ico)

Code:
icon=bitcoin.ico

just place the bitcoin.ico image in the root directory of the USB and you can right click on it and select 'properties', then put a check by 'hidden' so that the icon will be hidden from view.

I done this yesterday and it looks really good. I'm also trying to figure out a way to keep the CMD window from popping up. This was an easy fix in earlier versions of Windows, but isn't so much with Vista and newer.

BitQuark 2015!!!!!!!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 10, 2014, 03:15:52 AM
I love My USB BitQuark Wallet!  For us miners and types with a little technical background, the walkthrough put together between DannyTom and BitQuark works great!  

Here's a few things IMHO which need to be addressed to make "My USB BitQuark Wallet" feasible to the grandma/grandpa out there:

1.  BlockChain size - Not an issue now, but over the next few months as BitQuark gets to be as mass adopted as Bitcoin  ;D this will be an issue.  The BitQuark blockchain is under 1GB but the Bitcoin blockchain is something like 20GB so keeping the blockchain on a USB isn't feasible longterm.

2.  BlockChain download speed - If you run the bitquark-qt.exe directly from the USB drive as DannyTom stated it takes a long time to download the full blockchain, significantly longer than on your desktop, mainly due to USB write speed.

3.  Initial load time when you manually copy the blockchain over - It seems to take a while to initially load, maybe it was just me or maybe I did something wrong, but either way, grandma/grandpa ain't gonna wait.

4.  Virus/Malware Triggers - One thing I learned when I brought My USB BitQuark Wallet to work to show a co-worker is that the bitquark-qt.exe file triggers a TrendMicro warning on my work PC and TrendMicro deleted the bitquark-qt.exe which made me feel a little stupid.  My wallet.dat file was fine, but I forgot that all wallet software (bitcoin-qt, litecoin-qt, etc.) triggers a virus/malware warning unless I manually add an exception.  Again, for grandma/grandpa or for anyone taking their USB wallet to another PC, this could be an issue.

Again, I love it and I'm using it, but long term and for the non-techie masses, I don't think this can be a feasible solution.  We need a mobile wallet and a cloud/server based wallet provider for BitQuark, both of which I don't trust or use, but for grandma/grandpa and the non-techie masses that's something we're going to need for BitQuark to become as popular as bitcoin.

I hope I'm not sounding negative with this post, I just don't want someone new to bitquark to try this and run into any issues.  Maybe we should write up a professional sell sheet/guide/pdf for the process with disclaimers and warnings and kind of "bitquark copyright it" before another coin does so people can use it but know the drawbacks of it?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoFleaMarket on September 10, 2014, 04:52:43 PM
Is anyone considering contacting charities about accepting bitquark?  Even though this coin has a small market cap at the moment, if the community gives a $100 in bitquark to a campaign, it xould really help generate some views.
I'd be willing to donate, cash, existing btq or hash time.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 10, 2014, 05:35:19 PM
Is anyone considering contacting charities about accepting bitquark?  Even though this coin has a small market cap at the moment, if the community gives a $100 in bitquark to a campaign, it xould really help generate some views.
I'd be willing to donate, cash, existing btq or hash time.

That's a great idea! I'm in :-)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 10, 2014, 06:21:49 PM
Looks like my server might be down and I'm at work :( I'll be home in about 3 1/2 hrs and I will get it back up and going so we can get back to mining!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 10, 2014, 08:50:03 PM

4.  Virus/Malware Triggers - One thing I learned when I brought My USB BitQuark Wallet to work to show a co-worker is that the bitquark-qt.exe file triggers a TrendMicro warning on my work PC and TrendMicro deleted the bitquark-qt.exe which made me feel a little stupid.  My wallet.dat file was fine, but I forgot that all wallet software (bitcoin-qt, litecoin-qt, etc.) triggers a virus/malware warning unless I manually add an exception.  Again, for grandma/grandpa or for anyone taking their USB wallet to another PC, this could be an issue.

I just uploaded windows bitquark-qt.exe (v0.8.3.17-BTQ) to virustotal and trendmirco didnt have a negative result for it. You should check if you got your wallet from a reputable source. The only antivirus software that did find it possibly negative was nod32, but nod32 thinks everything is a virus.
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e22acd4a3c90b9f5730bc6010157554d3e45d005014c68267a4d110d98e8d222/analysis/1410381763/

Again, I love it and I'm using it, but long term and for the non-techie masses, I don't think this can be a feasible solution.  We need a mobile wallet and a cloud/server based wallet provider for BitQuark, both of which I don't trust or use, but for grandma/grandpa and the non-techie masses that's something we're going to need for BitQuark to become as popular as bitcoin.

I hope I'm not sounding negative with this post, I just don't want someone new to bitquark to try this and run into any issues.  Maybe we should write up a professional sell sheet/guide/pdf for the process with disclaimers and warnings and kind of "bitquark copyright it" before another coin does so people can use it but know the drawbacks of it?
We could use a mobile / light wallet. I dont really understand the underlined part of your post though.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 10, 2014, 09:50:07 PM
Ok got the website and pool back online. Looks like my power blinked during the morning and caused everything to shutdown. I will definitely have to invest in a UPS to prevent this from happening in the future!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 11, 2014, 01:07:10 AM

4.  Virus/Malware Triggers - One thing I learned when I brought My USB BitQuark Wallet to work to show a co-worker is that the bitquark-qt.exe file triggers a TrendMicro warning on my work PC and TrendMicro deleted the bitquark-qt.exe which made me feel a little stupid.  My wallet.dat file was fine, but I forgot that all wallet software (bitcoin-qt, litecoin-qt, etc.) triggers a virus/malware warning unless I manually add an exception.  Again, for grandma/grandpa or for anyone taking their USB wallet to another PC, this could be an issue.

I just uploaded windows bitquark-qt.exe (v0.8.3.17-BTQ) to virustotal and trendmirco didnt have a negative result for it. You should check if you got your wallet from a reputable source. The only antivirus software that did find it possibly negative was nod32, but nod32 thinks everything is a virus.
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e22acd4a3c90b9f5730bc6010157554d3e45d005014c68267a4d110d98e8d222/analysis/1410381763/

Again, I love it and I'm using it, but long term and for the non-techie masses, I don't think this can be a feasible solution.  We need a mobile wallet and a cloud/server based wallet provider for BitQuark, both of which I don't trust or use, but for grandma/grandpa and the non-techie masses that's something we're going to need for BitQuark to become as popular as bitcoin.

I hope I'm not sounding negative with this post, I just don't want someone new to bitquark to try this and run into any issues.  Maybe we should write up a professional sell sheet/guide/pdf for the process with disclaimers and warnings and kind of "bitquark copyright it" before another coin does so people can use it but know the drawbacks of it?
We could use a mobile / light wallet. I dont really understand the underlined part of your post though.


Hi CommanderVenus,

https://multibit.org/en/help/v0.4/help_runFromUSBDrive.html

As for what you had underlined in #4 check the link above, you know create a branded PDF instruction guide for what we've talked about in this thread that lists how-to, limitations, etc. and make it branded for bitquark, even though it would work for any wallet that doesn't have a huge blockchain.

I know it sounds simple and common and we're all technically adept to do it on our own, but still a professional looking branded guide/instructions sheet/pdf with a bitquark logo on it would help to promote the coin I'm thinking.

As for the virus trigger, I'm downloaded bitquark-qt.exe (v0.8.3.17-BTQ) from the link in this thread.  My virus protection (AdAware and Symantec Endpoint) trigger all my wallets and miners as bad unless I manually add exceptions.

I think we're all on the same page.  the USB wallet is awesome for us, I just think we need to write it up and brand it specific to bitquark.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 11, 2014, 01:19:42 AM
From my understanding about the Anti-virus being triggered is due to all the anti-virus companies flagging the code as "Bitcoin miner" virus. So it has to do with the nature of the code used to make the client. I guess that's a way of big businesses fighting back against Bitcoin and the like. The only other way to stop this from happening is to rewrite the whole code for the client, but I don't have the expertise to do that.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 11, 2014, 01:55:32 AM
Oh now i get what you mean Mr.B!. That sounds like something we could and should do!

The only cryptocoin related things my virus protection ever flagged were mining software variants. Never a wallet though.
 :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 11, 2014, 02:14:40 AM
I was playing around while setting my laptop up today with Ubuntu 14.04. After install, I decided to compile minerd so I could mine some BTQ and I done some editing to the setup files and came up with a "MinerD BitQuark Edition"  and added some color to all the dullness 8)
So what do you guys & gals think?

http://bitquark.info/images/minerd-btq-edition.png

Nice.  Is there a GPU mining guide anywhere for this?

This is a good thread for getting the best GPU miners for quark https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795
This is currently the one I use.

They just released sgminer v5 here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632503.0
Haven't tested this version yet

Also if you are GPU mining, then it's more profitable to solo mine instead of pool mine. If you are GPU pool mining and you notice your hash rate is way high in the pool, then ad this code to your mining program's bat file --difficulty-multiplier 256
So, I pointed my GPU rig at your pool without the --difficulty-multiplier 256 flag, saw almost 1Th/s for my 4Mh/s real mining speed, a whole bunch of unconfirmed coins almost immediately and I'm thinking to myself "Self, why would I not want 1Th out for my 4Mh in?" Is that really spoofing the pool into awarding more coins for very little effort? WORKS FOR ME!!!  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 11, 2014, 02:27:07 AM
I was playing around while setting my laptop up today with Ubuntu 14.04. After install, I decided to compile minerd so I could mine some BTQ and I done some editing to the setup files and came up with a "MinerD BitQuark Edition"  and added some color to all the dullness 8)
So what do you guys & gals think?

http://bitquark.info/images/minerd-btq-edition.png

Nice.  Is there a GPU mining guide anywhere for this?

This is a good thread for getting the best GPU miners for quark https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795
This is currently the one I use.

They just released sgminer v5 here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632503.0
Haven't tested this version yet

Also if you are GPU mining, then it's more profitable to solo mine instead of pool mine. If you are GPU pool mining and you notice your hash rate is way high in the pool, then ad this code to your mining program's bat file --difficulty-multiplier 256
So, I pointed my GPU rig at your pool without the --difficulty-multiplier 256 flag, saw almost 1Th/s for my 4Mh/s real mining speed, a whole bunch of unconfirmed coins almost immediately and I'm thinking to myself "Self, why would I not want 1Th out for my 4Mh in?" Is that really spoofing the pool into awarding more coins for very little effort? WORKS FOR ME!!!  ;D

Yeah it screws everything up big times, mainly the share percentage lol...


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 11, 2014, 02:31:22 AM
From my understanding about the Anti-virus being triggered is due to all the anti-virus companies flagging the code as "Bitcoin miner" virus. So it has to do with the nature of the code used to make the client. I guess that's a way of big businesses fighting back against Bitcoin and the like. The only other way to stop this from happening is to rewrite the whole code for the client, but I don't have the expertise to do that.

Yeah BitQuark, that's what I'm seeing with the wallet, not just the bitquark wallet, every wallet I have (bitcoin, litecoin, feathercoin, dogecoin, all of them)

I love putting the wallet on a USB credit card or flash drive and found that to be an awesome idea you and dannytom came up with, but if we're going to distribute such a thing to non-technical friends and family to spread around bitquark I just think we need some some type of professional looking PDF/guide written up for the total novice user so they don't immediately get scared and mistrust bitquark because they plug the wallet into their computer and get virus warning.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 11, 2014, 02:46:21 AM
I haven't tried mining on pool.bitquark.info yet, but here you go:

https://scontent-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/v/t1.0-9/10639654_706213009461149_1547808762493195722_n.jpg?oh=e795023e0ba5d6c7bcc13e2acd9d9036&oe=5495D7BC


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 11, 2014, 02:50:21 AM

Haha I like that! I just tweeted the image :)

Yeah that's a great idea Mr.B! I think the PDF/Guide is totally do able. We just need to layout what all should be included.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoFleaMarket on September 12, 2014, 02:25:42 AM

Haha I like that! I just tweeted the image :)

Yeah that's a great idea Mr.B! I think the PDF/Guide is totally do able. We just need to layout what all should be included.

Nice photo promotion there!  Change the blue to pink and link up with Susan G. Komen Foundation, I could see BitQuark for Boobies as a great breast cancer/charity promotion!

Anyway, we're working on writing up the additional information pages about BitQuark for the Crypto Flea Market to help give exposure and to help users understand what bitquark is.

http://btq.cryptofleamarket.com/what-is-bitquark/

We would welcome any comments or suggestions in case we're getting any information wrong.

Again, the ad posting functionality seems to be working so the site should be usable, we just need content, information and to finish styling everything before an official launch.  We appreciate all the testers and let us know if anyone finds any bugs.



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 12, 2014, 02:33:51 AM
Looks really great!!! You guys/gals rock!!!
The only correction that I can see that needs to be made is here.

- Block reward will never drop below 0.01 BTQ << Change to 0.1 BTQ

I originally posted 0.01 BTQ, but that was an error/miscalculation. 0.1 BTQ gives 105k BTQ annually.
Thanks again,
BTQ Dev



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoFleaMarket on September 12, 2014, 03:44:33 AM
Looks really great!!! You guys/gals rock!!!
The only correction that I can see that needs to be made is here.

- Block reward will never drop below 0.01 BTQ << Change to 0.1 BTQ

I originally posted 0.01 BTQ, but that was an error/miscalculation. 0.1 BTQ gives 105k BTQ annually.
Thanks again,
BTQ Dev


Updated.  We have a number of bitcoin style stock photos we're working on creating, plus redoing the cartoons.  We've been searching the web to find bitquark resources and information, but aside from what's at bitquark.info not a lot exists yet so we're trying to come up with it from our experience with other coin promotions.  Any written copy or imagery for BitQuark we come up with that you find at the Crypto Flea Market can be freely used to promote bitquark anywhere else.

If there are any pairs of bitquark users who live close together we'd really appreciate more testing of posting ads and using the site to communicate with each other so we can get feedback on the interface.  The goal is not to be a facilitator of btq transactions, but a medium where interested parties can meet and trade goods for bitquark as a currency like craigslist/backpage/online classifieds.

We feel that one of the key things keeping crypto currencies (bitcoins and altcoins) from reaching their full potential is their either too technical (miners mine them and stockpile them but never use them) or they're being used as just a speculative investment like penny stocks (non-miners buy them at low prices on exchanges and sell them at high prices to trade up to bitcoin or cash out).  If you like a coin you have two options, mine for it, or buy it with fiat currencies, but then what?

There are a fair amount of merchants for bitcoin, but virtually nothing for altcoins.  We feel that if you have faith in the coin, use it, use it to buy goods and sell goods for that coin.  That's what we hope to help accomplish.

We're aways from being finished with the site, but it does appear to be functional so use it while it's in live testing mode and keep giving us your feed back and recommendations.

Thanks,



http://btq.cryptofleamarket.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/the-crypto-fleamarket-team.png



Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: MichelV69 on September 12, 2014, 06:13:13 PM

We're aways from being finished with the site, but it does appear to be functional so use it while it's in live testing mode and keep giving us your feed back and recommendations.


Well, the first thing I strongly suggest is that you allow addresses outside of the USA.  I'm in Canada;  as far as I can tell, I can't place an add because I'm not American. :/

The other thing I'd recommend is a conversion tool that lets me say "I want to sell this for $5" and have the site show the items in BTQ pricing based on exchange averages.

Otherwise, I have to go do the conversion work myself ... and, well, it's just easier to list on eBay where I neither of those two things are issues.

All that said, the site is looking great and I'm looking forward to listing a few things on it.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 14, 2014, 02:27:33 AM
Do you think we have enough support to get listed at https://chainz.cryptoid.info/

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=571254.0


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 14, 2014, 02:38:12 AM
Do you think we have enough support to get listed at https://chainz.cryptoid.info/

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=571254.0

If FairQuark can get listed on there, then I don't see why BitQuark can't :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 14, 2014, 04:01:43 PM
I used to mine on his fairquark pool so I just sent fairglu a request to add bitquark.  He has an awesome blockchain explorer.

https://scontent-b-iad.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/10672188_797305386977965_6066381628814909403_n.jpg?oh=10582436b7f6f157f424d8df032b6ae1&oe=549F5645


Do you think we have enough support to get listed at https://chainz.cryptoid.info/

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=571254.0

If FairQuark can get listed on there, then I don't see why BitQuark can't :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 14, 2014, 08:33:01 PM
Do you think we have enough support to get listed at https://chainz.cryptoid.info/

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=571254.0

If FairQuark can get listed on there, then I don't see why BitQuark can't :)
That would be amazing!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 14, 2014, 09:51:18 PM
BitQuark v 0.8.3r18 now available for download @ http://www.bitquark.info/wallet.php

In this update:
  • New Splash Screen
  • New GUI layout & graphics with 10 different 'skins'
  • "Money Supply" on main page
  • "Network hashrate" on main page


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 15, 2014, 12:56:34 AM
BitQuark v 0.8.3r18 now available for download @ http://www.bitquark.info/wallet.php

In this update:
  • New Splash Screen
  • New GUI layout & graphics with 10 different 'skins'
  • "Money Supply" on main page
  • "Network hashrate" on main page
Sorry but I can not get the precompiled Linux files to execute on Xubuntu 12.04 or 13.10, only 14.04.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 15, 2014, 01:03:18 AM
BitQuark v 0.8.3r18 now available for download @ http://www.bitquark.info/wallet.php

In this update:
  • New Splash Screen
  • New GUI layout & graphics with 10 different 'skins'
  • "Money Supply" on main page
  • "Network hashrate" on main page
Sorry but I can not get the precompiled Linux files to execute on Xubuntu 12.04 or 13.10, only 14.04.

Well damn...it must be because I compiled it on 14.04 :(


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 15, 2014, 03:59:24 AM
You've probably noticed I disabled the live stats on the dashboard page of the pool. The reason I done this is because some of the stats were off and I had to disable it so that I could fix the stats. So now the stats are correct :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: mkimid on September 15, 2014, 11:26:48 AM
BitQuark v 0.8.3r18 now available for download @ http://www.bitquark.info/wallet.php

In this update:
  • New Splash Screen
  • New GUI layout & graphics with 10 different 'skins'
  • "Money Supply" on main page
  • "Network hashrate" on main page

Nice, good job !!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 15, 2014, 02:27:08 PM
Love the new wallet!  6more days till the next swisscex coinis chosen.  Vote for btq every day.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 15, 2014, 03:58:06 PM
Thanks guys! I'm glad you like it. I'm always looking for ways to improve the wallet :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 15, 2014, 11:09:15 PM
I don't know how easy it would be, but add division options or formatting for the coin supply and hash rate.

   - Coins minted:  1343190.50 BTQ
   - Coins minted:  1,343,190.50 BTQ

   - Network hashrate:  91010874 hps
   - Network hashrate:  9.10 Ghs


User upload skins (so I can put a picture of my ex-wife in my wallet background, since all my coin profits go to her anyway).

These are purely cosmetic and not necessary, but would really make BitQuark stand out even more.

Also, got a message from fairglu about adding BTQ to the https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ block explorer.  It's now 0.3 BTC per year (209,254.12 BTQ per year at the last rate I checked on c-cex.com or about $145 USD) to be included.

I'd help contribute to a fund if the rest of the BTQ community is willing.





Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 15, 2014, 11:27:32 PM
I don't know how easy it would be, but add division options or formatting for the coin supply and hash rate.

   - Coins minted:  1343190.50 BTQ
   - Coins minted:  1,343,190.50 BTQ

   - Network hashrate:  91010874 hps
   - Network hashrate:  9.10 Ghs


User upload skins (so I can put a picture of my ex-wife in my wallet background, since all my coin profits go to her anyway).

These are purely cosmetic and not necessary, but would really make BitQuark stand out even more.

Also, got a message from fairglu about adding BTQ to the https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ block explorer.  It's now 0.3 BTC per year (209,254.12 BTQ per year at the last rate I checked on c-cex.com or about $145 USD) to be included.

I'd help contribute to a fund if the rest of the BTQ community is willing.





Sounds good to me, I'm in! I'm sure we can all band together and come up with 0.3 BTC.

If you build the client from source, you can customize the skins by go to this folder and inserting your own bg1.png, bg2.png, bg3.png...etc.
Quote
BitQuark-0.8.3r18\src\qt\res\images

Just make sure to make the bg image the same dimensions as the original background images. I will also work on the number formatting as well.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 15, 2014, 11:39:04 PM
That's pretty cool. One thing I noticed about skins is the selection is not sticky between sessions. That would be nice.

Also a question. Does the precompiled wallet need to have all the same dependencies installed on the computer simply to run as is needed to compile the same wallet from source code?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 16, 2014, 02:13:21 AM
That's pretty cool. One thing I noticed about skins is the selection is not sticky between sessions. That would be nice.

Also a question. Does the precompiled wallet need to have all the same dependencies installed on the computer simply to run as is needed to compile the same wallet from source code?

Are you referring to the Linux build? If so, I don't think it should because they are statically built...but I maybe wrong on that as far as Linux is concerned...still in the newbie phase :D


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 16, 2014, 02:24:13 AM
Until next release, if you want to change the "Network Hashrate" you can edit the src/qt/overviewpage.cpp line 162 with the following code:

Code:
ui->labelHashrate->setText(QString("%1 MH/s").arg(GetNetworkHashPS(1440, -1)/1000000));


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 16, 2014, 04:59:14 PM
That's pretty cool. One thing I noticed about skins is the selection is not sticky between sessions. That would be nice.

Also a question. Does the precompiled wallet need to have all the same dependencies installed on the computer simply to run as is needed to compile the same wallet from source code?

Are you referring to the Linux build? If so, I don't think it should because they are statically built...but I maybe wrong on that as far as Linux is concerned...still in the newbie phase :D
Well OF COURSE I'm referring to the Linux build! What else is there? LOL!

I think it would be worthwhile for us to create some disposable virtual machines for testing and compiling, at the very least the current LTS versions of Xubuntu (12.04 and 14.04), perhaps even Debian, OpenBSD, CentOS, etc. Since Ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10 are no longer supported we can safely omit these.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: Mr.B! on September 16, 2014, 09:40:04 PM
Anyone reading up on using the bitcoin blockchain as Proof of Existence?

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2498077/desktop-apps/could-the-bitcoin-network-be-used-as-an-ultrasecure-notary-service-.html


Just trying to think of new ways to use bitquark too since I have 0 bitcoins and a few hundred bitquarks (about $0.50 worth so far!)





Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 17, 2014, 12:12:38 AM
That's pretty cool. One thing I noticed about skins is the selection is not sticky between sessions. That would be nice.

Also a question. Does the precompiled wallet need to have all the same dependencies installed on the computer simply to run as is needed to compile the same wallet from source code?

Are you referring to the Linux build? If so, I don't think it should because they are statically built...but I maybe wrong on that as far as Linux is concerned...still in the newbie phase :D
Well OF COURSE I'm referring to the Linux build! What else is there? LOL!

I think it would be worthwhile for us to create some disposable virtual machines for testing and compiling, at the very least the current LTS versions of Xubuntu (12.04 and 14.04), perhaps even Debian, OpenBSD, CentOS, etc. Since Ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10 are no longer supported we can safely omit these.

Haha remember I'm a Windows Generation Kid lol....I took a class on Linux a few years back in college, so I'm still learning ;)

I will build a VM and install a fresh copy of 14.04 and see if I need the deps pre-installed or not and report back to you guys :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 17, 2014, 12:17:50 AM
Anyone reading up on using the bitcoin blockchain as Proof of Existence?

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2498077/desktop-apps/could-the-bitcoin-network-be-used-as-an-ultrasecure-notary-service-.html


Just trying to think of new ways to use bitquark too since I have 0 bitcoins and a few hundred bitquarks (about $0.50 worth so far!)


I have a great idea for the blockchain size problem, but it's beyond my skill level. If I can find another dev to come on board that knows more about C++ and the blockchain functionality, then the future blockchain issue will be solved forever. I'm not going to say right out what my idea is, but it will shrink the blockchain size down to approx. 20% of the current size!!! It would be smaller than it's current size and remain with in 10% - 15% of that size for forever! ;)

Mr.B!, what's your BTQ address??


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 17, 2014, 07:54:46 PM
I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 17, 2014, 07:58:23 PM
I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

I think you might be right about that! I forgot all about QEX!!! Great time to buy if they want to dump!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 17, 2014, 08:00:20 PM
Also let me mention that if you mine on the official BTQ pool @ http://pool.bitquark.info you will receive a 2% bonus on your mining and of course 0% mining fee!!!! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CommanderVenus on September 17, 2014, 08:09:17 PM
Just registered like twenty minutes ago! haha

EDIT:
sgminer 5.0 still loads into 4.2.2 when i run it. Im using a radeon 5850.

I tried with and without "--difficulty-multiplier 256". I apparently still need it when using 5.0 otherwise it shows an outrageous hashrate for me.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 18, 2014, 12:07:42 AM
Just registered like twenty minutes ago! haha

EDIT:
sgminer 5.0 still loads into 4.2.2 when i run it. Im using a radeon 5850.

I tried with and without "--difficulty-multiplier 256". I apparently still need it when using 5.0 otherwise it shows an outrageous hashrate for me.

I will look and see if I can find a resolution for this issue...thanks for the update!

QUESTION: What can we do to get more support for BTQ?? I really would like to get some of the Quarkcoin people on board.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: ZeroFossilFuel on September 18, 2014, 01:06:07 AM
I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

I think you might be right about that! I forgot all about QEX!!! Great time to buy if they want to dump!
Where are they selling?


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 18, 2014, 02:11:15 AM
I just upped the mining incentive bonus from 2% to 5%!!!! Thanks everyone and keep on mining BTQ!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 18, 2014, 02:11:51 AM
I have a theory about the price / dumping. The QEX operator is dumping all the coins they took when they closed. Either that or whoever pumped it last is dumping at satoshi worth of price to make people want to sell lower before round two of pumping.

I think you might be right about that! I forgot all about QEX!!! Great time to buy if they want to dump!
Where are they selling?

Selling at low prices on C-Cex


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: satoutaka6612 on September 18, 2014, 02:35:41 AM
Hello,
Favorite coin is BTQ from the beginning, I like the DEV active

It is cheers for good work effort of the market opening of the recently

It is regrettable that there is no lively BTQ while having a DEV active

Suggestions:
I want a feature that allows you to search directly Block Explorer in the client GUI

PS,
There is a movement and supernet, but something like this would you like?
http://thesupernet.org/

It is not sorry in clumsy English


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 18, 2014, 02:48:34 AM
Hello,
Favorite coin is BTQ from the beginning, I like the DEV active

It is cheers for good work effort of the market opening of the recently

It is regrettable that there is no lively BTQ while having a DEV active

Suggestions:
I want a feature that allows you to search directly Block Explorer in the client GUI

PS,
There is a movement and supernet, but something like this would you like?
http://thesupernet.org/

It is not sorry in clumsy English

I might have to look into SuperNet :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 18, 2014, 02:49:09 AM
For the next 24 (starting @ 11PM EST) hours I'm running a promo 'Find a Block, Get a Block'. Signup and start mining BTQ at http://pool.bitquark.info

UPDATE:  Since the pool was down for several hours, the 'Find a Block, Get a Block' promo will be extended for an extra 8 hrs. So the promo will end 9/19/2014 @ 7:00 AM EST.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 19, 2014, 01:31:19 AM
Just got an email from UTXnet.com and here's what it said:
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I'd like to let you know per the request of users of UTX (utxnet.com) #UTX, we will be adding Bitquark to the currencies we are offering our users. We are a ripple gateway in Beta testing offering a safe,secure and reliable gateway onto the Ripple network. UTX will start offering Bitquark support onto Ripple starting this Saturday 20th.

So this is pretty awesome! :)


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: DannyTom on September 19, 2014, 02:39:21 AM
That's awesome, but we still need a bigger user base for bitquark.  Comkort gets no volume and c-cex is only getting a little.  We need to tell more people about it. 

I created a usb wallet for my wife and we're planning on selling "services" to each other for bitquark.  Hey, it's a start.


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: BitQuark on September 19, 2014, 02:43:11 AM
That's awesome, but we still need a bigger user base for bitquark.  Comkort gets no volume and c-cex is only getting a little.  We need to tell more people about it. 

I created a usb wallet for my wife and we're planning on selling "services" to each other for bitquark.  Hey, it's a start.

This is true! It looks like we've picked up a couple new miners by offering the 'Find a Block, Get a Block' promo at the pool. What are some other things that we could do to bring in more people? Just post idea's and we will see what we can get done! :)

Haha "services" huh...that's pretty kool there lol


Title: Re: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining
Post by: CryptoFleaMarket on September 19, 20