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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / AwesomeMiner Masternodes (Plugin) on: March 01, 2018, 08:34:50 PM
I am releasing my second plugin for AwesomeMiner. This brings your active Masternodes to within AwesomeMiner. (You can find AwesomeMiner here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=676942.0)

This is not for the technically illiterate. I am making nothing off this program. I do not offer support. I will however, be monitoring for good ideas, enhancements, etc. There WILL be bugs.

AwesomeMiner Masternodes 0.3 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • Added support for ALQO
  • Added support for DASH
  • Added support for Phore (PHR)
  • Added support for PIVX
  • Added support for LUXCoin (LUX)
  • Added support for CROWN (CRW)
  • Added support for BitCloud (BTDX)
  • Added support for Diamond (DMD)

Latest release available in Mega link below.

AwesomeMiner Masternodes 0.2 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • Added support for GAS Staking (Yeah it's not a Masternode, come at me.)
  • General stability improvements

Latest release available in Mega link below.



AwesomeMiner Masternodes 0.1
Updates your active masternodes and shows their daily income within AwesomeMiner.

Supported Masternodes:
  • INN
  • SPK
  • VIVO
  • PIRL
  • KORE
  • XZC
  • GAS Staking
  • ALQO
  • DASH
  • Phore (PHR)
  • PIVX
  • LUXCoin (LUX)
  • CROWN (CRW)
  • BitCloud (BTDX)
  • Diamond (DMD)

Directions:
1) If you have not already, enable the AwesomeMiner HTTP API on port 17790 (no authentication). This program must be run on the same machine as AwesomeMiner (for now.) Also you need to have created an Algorithm within AwesomeMiner called "Staking".

2) Add your masternodes to the masternodes.json file. One config per line.
  • INN - Reward field is required
  • SPK - Reward field is required
  • VIVO - Reward field is required
  • PIRL - Reward field NOT required
  • KORE - Reward field NOT required
  • XZC - Reward field NOT required

3) Launch the program.

4) In AwesomeMiner, add a new External Miner. The first masternode would be "localhost:10000". The next will be "localhost:10001" - the plugin will tell you which Masternode is available on which port. These typically are in the config order and do not change, but the ports are dynamic in order to ensure successful launch. You MUST set the software type to "CCMINER"

5) Once the program has updated the data and the miners show as online in AwesomeMiner, you will most likely need to right click each Masternode in AwesomeMiner and "Define Coin" and choose the appropriate one. Some of the Masternodes will generate coins within AwesomeMiner such as "INN_MN" - use the Masternode varients.

Files available here: https://mega.nz/#F!ZrQnlCjS!2JyHT2oHMFKwDnqpHmZ07g

In AwesomeMiner:


Program:
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / AwesomeMiner Coin Updater *Version 1.0.0* (Plugin) on: February 19, 2018, 02:54:52 PM
I get a lot of PMs asking me about my custom AwesomeMiner coin program so I have decided to release it. (You can find AwesomeMiner here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=676942.0)

I'm happy to release what I consider to be a rather complete 1.0 version of AMCU!

I am doing this because I have finally landed myself what looks to be a very promising and busy new day job and will probably not even have enough time to manage my miners let alone continue development of this program. I will check in hopefully every week or so gather new exchange requests. Thank you all for the donations and merit, they really do motivate me to continue!

Happy mining all!

This is not for the technically illiterate. I am making nothing off this program. I do not offer support. I will however, be monitoring for good ideas, enhancements, etc. This is a rough first second n+1 release. There WILL be bugs.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 1.0.0
  • Added Altex.Exchange
  • Added requested "non-averaging" mode - setting "AverageDifficulties" to "false" in "settings.json" will now dump current difficulties into AwesomeMiner
  • Cleaned up code, de-duplicated things, hopefully made it overall more stable

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.8
  • Major cleanup to the console output. Hopefully this should make errors much easier to understand
  • Added support for the stupid Iquidus explorers that modify their difficulty with "POW/POS
  • BETA(as if this thing isn't beta enough): Added a difficulty sniffer. This should hopefully be able to find the difficulty from almost any BlockExplorer now without having to explicitly add support.

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.7.4
  • Fixed bugs introduced in 0.7.3

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.7.3
  • Added Support for TradeOgre Exchange
  • Will be doing more today.

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.7.2
  • Perhaps an update to the plugin could compare the coin at all exchanges and display the value back of the highest price given any exchange the coin is listed on.
  • ^ yeah, I'm feeling lazy today and just quoted this

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.7
  • Added support for Insight Explorer API
  • Added support for any coin at minerpool, see example below or in OP
  • Added support for using /api/getdifficulty on Iquidus explorers
  • Fixed WebAPI not returning the latest released version

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.6
  • Did you know that adding 0 and -1 to an array of values kind of destroys a calculated average? I did! But I didn't check for it!
  • Fixed numerous bugs in the averaging function (thank you all you eagle eyed mathematicians out there)
  • Added support for Crex24 exchange
  • Increased coin updating from every minute to 2 minutes (some explorers were banning us)

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.5.3 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • I have no idea what I fixed in this release
  • I think I fixed some bug with an exchange currency matching
  • Maybe changed up the difficulty averaging method

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.5.1 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • Removed NuGet package that was causing exe to get flagged as a Trojan
  • Added autogenerator for config.json (just run the exe)

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.5 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • Added support for Graviex Exchange
  • Added support for cryptohub.online Exchange
  • Fixed an issue with changes from Stocks.Exchange (or tradesatoshi.. can't remember)
  • General improvements/clarifications in the console

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.4 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • Added support for SouthXChange
  • Added smart BlockExplorer detection - you no longer need to specify BlockExplorer type!
  • Updated config.json file to include new coins and support removal of BlockExplorer type (merge config.json.new with your existing config.json)
  • Added version detection, you will now see an alert within the program if you are running an out of date version
  • Added framework for supporting planned coin syncing

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.3 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.5 Release)
  • Added support for UExplorer
  • Added support for any coin on CryptoChainz
  • Added support for CryptoBridge Exchange

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.2 (Requires AwesomeMiner 4.4.7 Dev or 4.5 Release)
  • Changed away from nethash to difficulty measurements (delete your LocalCoinData.json file)
  • Now updates all coin properties thanks to new AwesomeMiner HTTP APIs
  • You no longer have to add custom coins, they are created for you thanks to new AwesomeMiner HTTP APIs
  • Updated config.json to support these new changes. You MUST update your custom coins to the new format.
  • Made the error messages more obvious about what is going on

You can find the latest update in the Mega link.

AwesomeMiner Coin Updater 0.1

Details:
  • Updates coin statistics inside of AwesomeMiner for coins not on WhatToMine. This can be extremely useful for new and bleeding edge coins.
  • The income values will be very far off at first run. The program pulls the current nethash difficulty of each coin and stores them and smooths it out after a few minutes to hours. Maximum of 24 hours data is used.
  • Caches exchange prices to prevent API limits. Useful for starting up and debugging.

Supported BlockExplorers
  • Iquidus
  • CryptoNote
  • UExplorer
  • CryptoChainz
  • Insight API
  • Minerpool (not a BlockExplorer, come at me.)

Supported Exchanges
  • Cryptopia
  • Stocks.Exchange
  • TradeSatoshi
  • CoinExchangeIO
  • CryptoBridge
  • SouthXChange
  • Graviex
  • cryptohub.online
  • Crex24
  • TradeOgre

Directions:
1) If you have not already, enable the AwesomeMiner HTTP API on port 17790 (no authentication). This program must be run on the same machine as AwesomeMiner (for now.)
2) Edit the config.json file to add coins you want to see updated. The block explorer type is very important. You can find the types usually at the bottom of the webpage.
3) Run the program.

Example Iquidus
Code:
{ CoinFullName: "Endorphin", CoinShortName: "END", Algo: "NeoScrypt", BlockReward: 5, BlockTime: 120, BlockExplorer: "http://exp.endorphin.network/api/getdifficulty"}

Example CryptoChainz
Code:
{CoinFullName: "BitCore", CoinShortName: "BTX", Algo: "Timetravel10", BlockReward: 3.13, BlockTime: 161}

Example minerpool
Code:
{ CoinFullName: "Victorium", CoinShortName: "VIC", Algo: "Ethereum", BlockReward: 6.25, BlockTime: 30, BlockExplorer: "minerpool"}

Example Insight API
Code:
{ CoinFullName: "BitcoinPrivate", CoinShortName: "BTCP", Algo: "Equihash", BlockReward: 6.25, BlockTime: 30, BlockExplorer: "https://explorer.btcprivate.org/api/status?q=getDifficulty"}

Files available here: https://mega.nz/#F!U74lxBLK!wVh2Q5ME5ffNcYi1Y5XeoQ

Donation Addresses by Request:
BTC: 3BMEXzWNozUS2p8EBQz2pjhEUQM4yDApXt
ETH: 0xfa8eda5139Ec1EB480e5cc67e99920C70A8361C6

Rough Visual Guide, courtesy of cashen! (If anyone knows click to display markup to hide the below, please let me know)









3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / LUXcoin - Beware! Scam! Next Signatum is in progress! on: November 01, 2017, 07:36:29 PM
This coin has been a shitshow from the start.

1) The dev has a massive premine of 3,000,000 coins which they pink promise they won't dump  Wink
2) Failed update after failed update. They've put out mandatory wallet upgrades several times this week
3) Dev has now declared a soft-fork this week which will devalue all previously mined coins by 75%
4) Masternodes still do not work right, of a staggering 16,000+ coins. Over $50,000 USD
5) They are actively censoring any negative comments in their ANN thread and in their Discord.
6) They have now either banned any account that has said a negative word or shut it down entirely. EDIT: it would appear simply kicking those who say anything negative.
7) They cannot even handle Discord correctly. Putting important and required information in any channel they are in at the time and ignore the #annoucement channel.
8 ) The 16,000 needed for a MN was sold to an "investor" from their premine. This investor is now basically holding a bag that just drop > 50% in value and even more in future earnings.
9 ) Mastnode change?
10 ) Devs have now changed their minds I am still not touching this coin.
11) I do not know how I have not mentioned it until now, but the WhitePaper is STILL not released. They swear it is coming though.
12) Dev tries to explain away thousands of coins moving
13) Dev caught stealing their logo

This whole thing screams of people who have no idea what they are doing.

This is the exit scam in progress. Do not touch this coin.
4  Economy / Services / Scrypt Cloud Mining - Accepts Paypal! on: March 27, 2014, 04:58:30 AM
I've been killing it on eBay with my services so I figured I'd make a thread here as well.

I have an ever growing amount of scrypt hardware for rent which you can find here: http://nosminingcontracts.com/shop/

You can check my eBay account here, I have extremely good feedback: http://stores.ebay.com/soothaa
5  Economy / Computer hardware / For Sale: **3 LEFT!** H81 BTC Pros on: February 25, 2014, 01:44:08 AM
I have (7) 6 5 4 3 brand new H81 BTC Pros for sale.

I'm asking 0.22 BTC shipped for them.

I will take BTC, LTC, DOGE.

I will of course escrow upon request with a trusted community member, you pay the fees.

Shipping is USA only.

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Setting intensity of 12 causing a GPU short? on: February 14, 2014, 02:59:05 AM
So, I'm completely at a loss here. I have 18 GPUs mining away here with no problems at all, except this damn special one.

I set him at intensity of "11" and all is well, except a garbage mining rate of like 110khs on a 7950.

I set him at intensity of "12" and BAM, the card shuts down, the PSU powers off, and must be unplugged before it will power on again. I've never seen anything like it.

This is a 650w PSU with 512w on the 12v rail, I have tried FIVE different power supplies and TWO different motherboards, and yet this problem persists. Has anyone heard of this?






For reference, I *am* doing scrypt mining, however, this issues happens just the same if I switch to bitcoin mining, therefore what I am mining/profitability is irrelevant.
7  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] R9 280X, 7970, 7950 on: December 03, 2013, 08:41:51 PM
Payment in BTC (or Paypal if you insist), escrowed, and prices shipped to 45240.
8  Economy / Scam Accusations / Forum member "Giki" is a scammer, beware! on: November 25, 2013, 09:45:55 PM
Giki tried to sell me 2 BFL 60 units.

I PM'd him and he said he would prefer Paypal.

I said I could do that, and asked for photo identification of the units, I received this hilarious shop a few mins later.   Grin



Obvious scammer is obvious.
9  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Almost any ASIC in the USA on: November 25, 2013, 03:43:56 PM
Buying almost any/all ASIC devices you have for sale. Shipping in the US, of course paying in BTC and using trusted member escrow.

Please post here or PM here what you have/what you want.

Please don't bother PM'ing me if you think your BFL Single 60 is worth 5+ BTC, it won't even mine 2BTC in its remaining life.
10  Economy / Trading Discussion / Mt Gox verification broken? on: November 20, 2013, 03:06:51 PM
Hey all, I'm trying to get my Mt Gox account verified. It asks me to fill out this form with my name, address, etc.

I fill it all out, hit save, the page processes for a second, then I receive an "Error: undefined" error. Anyone know how I can fix this??  Huh
11  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] BFL SC Singles 60 GH/s Units on: November 19, 2013, 12:22:21 AM
Please post offers including overnight or 2-day shipping to 45240.

Will of course use escrow. Of course paying in BTC.

EDIT: 30 GH/s units are fine as well.

EDIT2: Looking for pretty much any ASIC now.
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