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1  Other / Politics & Society / In the United States this is why you should never talk to the police on: June 29, 2015, 03:54:26 AM
I found this video a while ago thought I would share it here.

Truly amazing..... and I am not a lawyer but I cannot find fault with anything said here
2  Other / Off-topic / Did you know the first mp3 was Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega on: June 23, 2015, 02:44:36 AM
Did you know the first mp3 was Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega

Many dispute this............ anyone have any facts.........
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [ANN] PHO Photon blake256- MERGE MINE 6 COINS- NO PREMINE - POW ONLY 4+ YRS on: February 21, 2014, 03:48:47 AM


White Paper  

    Photon is a Cryptocurrency using the Blake 256 Algorithm.  It is a new project designed to function well now and with future technology in mind.  Photon is the second coin to use this unique design (modeled after Blake Coin) and may be mergemined in a pool with Blake Coin or other Blake 256 coins in the future.
    Currently almost every Cryptocurrency that exists cannot be merge mined in the same way Namecoin and others are with Bitcoin.  Coin developers are working against each other instead of together right now. Photon is an attempt to change that.  If you are digging in a mine for gold you would not leave silver, tin or other things of value around; you would take them all.
    This is why Photon was created with the fast & light Blake 256 algorithm.  This is the future.  Scrypt coins cannot be merge mined. Most Sha-256D coins cannot be either.  I could not have completed this project without the input of Bluedragon747, the creator of Blake Coin. Many thanks.
    Photon can be mined by most people with a CPU or GPU.  Below is information on how to mine Photon with some FPGA boards (ASIC's for Bitcoin cannot be used to mine photon.)
    Unlike Scrypt-1024 and other variations it is possible to mine Photon with ASIC technology designed to solve Blake 256
    although none currently exist or are in development to my knowledge. The memory limitations of making ASIC's for
    Scrypt 1024 are not a problem with this algorithm.  Blake-256(optimized) is faster than Scrypt, SHA-256D and Keccak.  The algorithm was written as a candidate for SHA-3, Based on round one candidate code from the Sphlib 2.1 library and reduced the round function to 8 rounds.


     simplicity of the algorithm
     interface for hashing with a salt
     fast in both software and hardware
     parallelism and throughput/area trade-off for hardware implementation
     simple speed/confidence trade-off with the tunable number of rounds
     based on an intensively analyzed component (ChaCha)
     resistant to generic second-preimage attacks
     resistant to side-channel attacks
     resistant to length-extension
    Why Photon using the Blake-256 algorithm beats others in the long run
     The Blake-256 algorithm hash rate is just under 3x faster on the GPU and just over 2x on the FPGA compared with Bitcoin
     The reward for mining Photon does Not decrease over time, instead it increases with block height and difficulty
     There are no restrictions on any platform as Photon does not include artificial *Security* or *Resistance* that reduce mining hash rate and power efficiency
     Coin Type: Blake-256
     Block Reward: 32768  + inflation (square root of (difficulty * block height))
     No reduction of block reward
     Cap in place to reduce difficulty jumps upward.
     Block Target Time: 3 minutes
     Retarget: 20 blocks
     Total Coins: 90,000,000,000 (Yes, 90 Billion coins --- Photons are plentiful in the universe)
     Block Maturity: 120
    Photon.conf Sample File
     Photon Windows QT 8.9.6 open ssl 1.0.2e
    Photon Wallet Download on Github
    Photon Source Code on Github
    Cgminer Source Code for Blake-256 on Github
    Cgminer for mining Photon (Windows Build)
    Cgminer for mining Photon (Windows Source)

    *** NOTE: TO GPU MINE WITH THE BLAKE CG MINER YOU MUST SET YOUR RPC PORT TO 8984 in your cgminer.conf file ***
    FPGA-Blake256 Miner by Kramble *
    (* Early development.  For information, an FPGA is not a SHA-256D ASIC. It is a re-programmable hardware device used for hardware development and high speed custom logic.)
    BlueDragon747's EU Merged Mining Pool - 6 Coins At Once
    BlueDragon747's New York Merged Mining Pool - 6 Coins At Once  
    BlueDragon747's West Coast Merged Mining Pool - 6 Coins At Once

    Blue Dragon 747's Chicago Merged Mining Pool (CLOSED FOR WINTER)  - 6 Coins At Once
    This pool requires a specialized Cgminer, which can be downloaded HERE. This is NOT the same miner from the above link.


      Photon Premium Explorer

    Solo CPU Mining
    Open the Photon client's Debug Console and type "setgenerate true -1" to solo-mine on all cores of your machine.  You can also type "setgenerate true X" to mine on (X = # of cores) of your CPU.
    Ubuntu 12.04 dependencies used for the wallet on Linux build machine
    git-core build-essential libssl-dev libboost-all-dev libdb5.1-dev libdb5.1++-dev libgtk2.0-dev libminiupnpc-dev qt4-qmake mingw32 synaptic qt-sdk qt4-dev-tools libqt4-dev libqt4-core libqt4-gui libdb++-dev
    More information on Sha-3 and Blake
     Remember, this is experimental software. It has been tested, but like all new technology, tests may not reveal everything.  Photon was designed to be innovative and cutting edge today and help lead new trends in Cryptocurrency.
    Photon was built and tested by @Cinnamon_Carter with vital input from BlueDragon747 creator of BlakeCoin and the 'Father' of this project !
    Photon is not part of any other similar projects that may be in development by others using the Blake-256 algorithm design by BlueDragon747.

     Thanks to Ignatius Enjoy Photon Dice--APPEARS INACTIVE UPDATED 2017

     Official Twitter

     Official Blake Coin Website (Family of coins)

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