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181  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 05:47:04 PM
need yours help !!
I have 2 rigs, the problem is when I connect the 2 rigs to the same pool (mn pool or yip pool) I'm get reported hash rate equal to hath of every single rig.
if I connect them in separate pools everything work perfect.
for the numerical example: each rig provide 110 mh/s
2 rigs on yiimp=110 mh/s
2 rigs on mn pool=110 mh/s
1 rig on yiimp & 1 rig on mn pool=220 mh/s
help me solve it I want they will both work on the same pool-and yes I'm mn pool I have 2 workers (I'm not trying to operate them on the same worker)
thanks ahead guys and sorry for the long.

this sounds like you are connecting 2 miners as the same worker (not sure if it's possible, never tried...)...
Do you have a worker setup for each rig on the pools your trying and setting your configs different so they each connect?

I'm have 2 workers in MN pool.and its not working correctly maybe its relative to they both use the same port.
in yip I didn't try 2 workers name cause I don't know how to do this, maybe I can add it somewhere in the bat file.
thanks for the help mate.

I am not using the same pool as you, but you might need to create your worker's accounts at your pool when you log in.  Different pools do things differently.  If you did NOT make a worker for your account then you might be working under a default name.  What will happen then is each time your rig reports hashrate your pool sees 'default worker = 110' then the second rig reports 'default worker = 110'.  If you named your workers AND had your .bat files set up properly, then your pool sees 'worker one = 110' then 'worker two = 110' and the pool then adds them up since they are from different workers.  

You are likely STILL being credited for shares since shares have a unique identity.  Still best to sort it out properly.

I can help out if you want - what pool are you wanting to consolidate both rigs on?
first of all thank you for the elaborate answer,i would like to work on the yiimp pool and as you say in yip I see 2 same identical users which are the name of the miner (ccminer/alexis-1.1_p) I try to add a worker name by edit the .bat file that after my wallet address I add /name.
it didn't work I wasn't able to connect the pool like this.

I just went to your pool's site and they did not seem to give any instructions or even mention worker names in their setup guide.  Not sure where to go with that unless you are willing to try another pool.  I am using suprnova and am also testing at CWI. 
182  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 05:38:09 PM
need yours help !!
I have 2 rigs, the problem is when I connect the 2 rigs to the same pool (mn pool or yip pool) I'm get reported hash rate equal to hath of every single rig.
if I connect them in separate pools everything work perfect.
for the numerical example: each rig provide 110 mh/s
2 rigs on yiimp=110 mh/s
2 rigs on mn pool=110 mh/s
1 rig on yiimp & 1 rig on mn pool=220 mh/s
help me solve it I want they will both work on the same pool-and yes I'm mn pool I have 2 workers (I'm not trying to operate them on the same worker)
thanks ahead guys and sorry for the long.

this sounds like you are connecting 2 miners as the same worker (not sure if it's possible, never tried...)...
Do you have a worker setup for each rig on the pools your trying and setting your configs different so they each connect?

I'm have 2 workers in MN pool.and its not working correctly maybe its relative to they both use the same port.
in yip I didn't try 2 workers name cause I don't know how to do this, maybe I can add it somewhere in the bat file.
thanks for the help mate.

Go here - https://pool.mn/sigt/index.php?page=gettingstarted

The first two steps -

1. Create account.

    1 Register here, or login if you already have account
    2 Create a worker that will be used by the miner to login

Each rig needs to have its own unique name.  When you set up the .bat file for your miner it can seem a little counter-intuitive.  You will use THREE things that identify you and your rigs.  

-u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword

Strangely, you will NOT be asked to use your login PASSWORD for your pool account.  You use your login account NAME, a period, then your worker name.  For me it would look something like this:

-u jimboscott.RigOne

Then finish the FIRST .bat file with the worker's password like this...

-u jimboscott.RigOne -p p455w0rd

Remember, the -p is the WORKER password and not your pool account login password.

Your second rig will look like this (sort of)

-u jimboscott.RigTwo -p PaSsWoRd

This should fix things.  
183  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 05:26:11 PM
need yours help !!
I have 2 rigs, the problem is when I connect the 2 rigs to the same pool (mn pool or yip pool) I'm get reported hash rate equal to hath of every single rig.
if I connect them in separate pools everything work perfect.
for the numerical example: each rig provide 110 mh/s
2 rigs on yiimp=110 mh/s
2 rigs on mn pool=110 mh/s
1 rig on yiimp & 1 rig on mn pool=220 mh/s
help me solve it I want they will both work on the same pool-and yes I'm mn pool I have 2 workers (I'm not trying to operate them on the same worker)
thanks ahead guys and sorry for the long.

this sounds like you are connecting 2 miners as the same worker (not sure if it's possible, never tried...)...
Do you have a worker setup for each rig on the pools your trying and setting your configs different so they each connect?

I'm have 2 workers in MN pool.and its not working correctly maybe its relative to they both use the same port.
in yip I didn't try 2 workers name cause I don't know how to do this, maybe I can add it somewhere in the bat file.
thanks for the help mate.

I am not using the same pool as you, but you might need to create your worker's accounts at your pool when you log in.  Different pools do things differently.  If you did NOT make a worker for your account then you might be working under a default name.  What will happen then is each time your rig reports hashrate your pool sees 'default worker = 110' then the second rig reports 'default worker = 110'.  If you named your workers AND had your .bat files set up properly, then your pool sees 'worker one = 110' then 'worker two = 110' and the pool then adds them up since they are from different workers. 

You are likely STILL being credited for shares since shares have a unique identity.  Still best to sort it out properly.

I can help out if you want - what pool are you wanting to consolidate both rigs on?
184  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 04:19:27 PM
greedy whales are just waiting the price to hit above 4k then dump, price will be in the bottom again.

I do not think there is any such thing as a whale when the largest trade on the books at Cryptopia is currently 36,000 SIGT.  That's less than 3 grand.  

Right now it is guppies and minnows with an occasional bream.
185  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 04:15:51 PM
Total selling BitCoin to 4200 = 135 Bitcoin its huge number i don't think we will reach 4200 very soon untill people change the price and there selling orders


4000 is closer than one might think.  That is the problem with arithmetic charts.  We see a move from 1000 to 2000 and on an arithmetic chart it looks as if 2000 to 3000 is the same accomplishment.  On a log chart, the vertical distances show similar PERCENT gain.

As an illustration only...

The low of around 600 to our present level of 1900 is more than a 200% gain (1900 - 600 = 1300 and 1300 is more than 200% of 600).

IF (not a prediction) SIGT were to apply that same percent gain from where we sit at 1900, we would be around 6000.  

An arithmetic chart would show the move from 600 to 1900 (1300) as being a much smaller move when compared to going from 1900 to 6000.  But, a log chart shows these as the exact same magnitude.  Why?  Because they actually are.

ETH's chart looks completely bonkers in arithmetic scale.  That is the chart that is almost always seen when people write stories about Ethereum.  But, on a log chart it actually is understandable as it ran from the low teens to over 400.  See ETH's log chart here - https://www.tradingview.com/chart/rhofKf4L/

That is why I want to find a log scale chart of SIGT.  It makes no sense in any other scale.

186  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 02:37:32 PM
is very interesting all things that you said here. I will prepare my knowledges about the new algorithm and then i would write my comments. i need to know.
Lovely, looking forward to your analysis, I hope you will share it here!? Please make sure to be careful by consider any information from (biased?) people like jenifive, jootn2kx, Jody2k, iamnewhere, MarcusDe, they have very contradictory posting history and also try to mislead newbies.  

I would love for you to provide examples in which I contradicted myself.

The only time I did this was when I changed my mind about the krnlx versions of ccminer after the actual mined results did not seem to stack up with the reported hashrates.

All I have done here is report my results and try to help others figure this out for themselves.  I have not pumped, nor have I spread FUD.

I have stuck to the facts in 90% of my posts while the remaining 10% have called out others for NOT presenting facts.

On that topic... where are YOUR facts that I am a poster who cannot be trusted?
Fact's doesn't disturb me at all, i just saw that you may have corrected the one or other post or it was me that made a mistake, so accept my apologies for the mistake, jimboscott. I will correct my post.

Thank you.  Sometimes my posts can be misunderstood because I sometimes counter someone with sarcasm that might seem to be in support of their opinion.  Sort of like...

    They say 'this is a dead coin'

    I say 'Oh, yeah, super dead.  That's why it is pulling in the top profit spot for Nvidia miners'.


I tend to be facetious from time to time and maybe that reads wrong...   my apologies for that.


Smiley that's maybe another thing, english isn't my mother tongue, thanks for your understanding and for the clarification. let me wish you a nice weekend, peace

Your English is infinitely better than MY 'anything else'. 

I took 2 years of French.  I can speak French FLUENTLY, but only if you need to know where Sylvia is... and she is at a swimming pool.
187  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 02:29:52 PM
is very interesting all things that you said here. I will prepare my knowledges about the new algorithm and then i would write my comments. i need to know.
Lovely, looking forward to your analysis, I hope you will share it here!? Please make sure to be careful by consider any information from (biased?) people like jimboscott, jenifive, jootn2kx, Jody2k, iamnewhere, MarcusDe, they have very contradictory posting history and also try to mislead newbies.  

I would love for you to provide examples in which I contradicted myself.

The only time I did this was when I changed my mind about the krnlx versions of ccminer after the actual mined results did not seem to stack up with the reported hashrates.

All I have done here is report my results and try to help others figure this out for themselves.  I have not pumped, nor have I spread FUD.

I have stuck to the facts in 90% of my posts while the remaining 10% have called out others for NOT presenting facts.

On that topic... where are YOUR facts that I am a poster who cannot be trusted?
Fact's doesn't disturb me at all, i just saw that you may have corrected the one or other post or it was me that made a mistake, so accept my apologies for the mistake, jimboscott. I will correct my post.

Thank you.  Sometimes my posts can be misunderstood because I sometimes counter someone with sarcasm that might seem to be in support of their opinion.  Sort of like...

    They say 'this is a dead coin'

    I say 'Oh, yeah, super dead.  That's why it is pulling in the top profit spot for Nvidia miners'.


I tend to be facetious from time to time and maybe that reads wrong...   my apologies for that.

188  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 02:18:07 PM
is very interesting all things that you said here. I will prepare my knowledges about the new algorithm and then i would write my comments. i need to know.
Lovely, looking forward to your analysis, I hope you will share it here!? Please make sure to be careful by consider any information from (biased?) people like jimboscott, jenifive, jootn2kx, Jody2k, iamnewhere, MarcusDe, they have very contradictory posting history and also try to mislead newbies.  

I would love for you to provide examples in which I contradicted myself.

The only time I did this was when I changed my mind about the krnlx versions of ccminer after the actual mined results did not seem to stack up with the reported hashrates.

All I have done here is report my results and try to help others figure this out for themselves.  I have not pumped, nor have I spread FUD.

I have stuck to the facts in 90% of my posts while the remaining 10% have called out others for NOT presenting facts.

On that topic... where are YOUR facts that I am a poster who cannot be trusted?
189  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 02:07:00 PM
does SIGT rise from dead?

No.  

People just do not know what dead means.  

I also think that some do not know that a dead coin

Don't quit your day job at the dry cleaners.

BTW, Sherlock, do DEAD coins appear very often as the most profitable to mine?  I would think that people would not be the least bit interested in, nor ascribe any tangible value to anything that is dead?

Well... I sort of take that back.  I ascribe value to your comment.  That value being zero.
190  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 02:02:09 PM
What settings do you use for 1060 ?
GPU, MEM, PL ?

For some reason there is almost nothing you can do to make this hash faster on a 1060 or 1070 (the two GPU classes I use).  The ONLY thing that makes a small dent is power.  Base and memory clock, for me, do next to nothing as far as I can tell.   I am used to seeing 20-25% gains when overclocking Claymore for ETH.  I don't think I see even 2% difference when changing clock speeds for skunkhash... if that much.

Wrong.
Core as high as you can get.
Memory - you can get it as low as you can, that with TDP lowered will give you more "space" for core clock.

My settings for 1060: core + 100, mem -500, tdp 70%.
That gives 110 MH/s on 6 card rig with 550W from the wall per rig.



Do you think I have not tried all of these things?  I do not see 2% worth of difference with memory settings from 'stock' to any combination of over/under clocking.  And the 3-4% or so that added power brings to the table comes at the expense of... well, added power.

I am getting getting a tad over 19 from my 1060's on average and just under 30 from my 1070's.  

The single BEST thing one should try is different miners.  However, I still remain circumspect and a bit suspicious of the krnlx variants.

BTW, I am running a rig with 5 1060's and 1 1070.  Pulls right around 600w and is giving me 125 Mh/s.
191  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 01:40:25 PM
does SIGT rise from dead?

No. 

People just do not know what dead means. 
192  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 01:38:55 PM
Those who were all excited about making it to the front page of whattomine yesterday...

That just cost you about 20% in daily mining proceeds.  

Suprnova miners are up about 20% since yesterday AFTERNOON.  CWI workers went from just under 400 to 524.  That's up 30%.

Rewards estimates are down roughly as much as miners are up.

Those who were all excited yesterday apparently did not realize the ramifications.  
193  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 01:20:03 PM
What settings do you use for 1060 ?
GPU, MEM, PL ?

For some reason there is almost nothing you can do to make this hash faster on a 1060 or 1070 (the two GPU classes I use).  The ONLY thing that makes a small dent is power.  Base and memory clock, for me, do next to nothing as far as I can tell.   I am used to seeing 20-25% gains when overclocking Claymore for ETH.  I don't think I see even 2% difference when changing clock speeds for skunkhash... if that much.
194  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 03:53:32 AM
i tried this miner when this coin was launched , would have made so much by now, but it did not work, let me try once again

Almost everyone who has talked about their miners and rigs here seems to be in the 'green' camp.  Hope you get it going.
195  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 03:41:10 AM
while using suprnova pool ,i am getting error like

 cannot find block data:
{"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["13b2","29737524b6ef5d2a924558e5fc4c65a0c3e65de677d558fcbb8e2ef6ba97a0b0","01000000175b9659010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000ffffffff20036fa60004175b965908","0d2f6e6f64655374726174756d2f000000000100a2941a1d00000023210341e0dfc1dd662d56e76 63058dd74172255f698838c5bf5f9fd4ddf4730ca8a97ac00000000",[],"00000007","1b031181","59965b17",true]}
cannot convert blob data
 Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...

using gpu miner:Claymore.CryptoNote.GPU.Miner.v9.7.Beta.-.POOL

please advise what is wrong?

Are you certain that Claymore runs the skunkhash algorithm? 

i doubt that is why i have mentioned miner version, which one people use for amd gpu?

Most here are running Nvidia cards.  Nvidia's architecture makes it the best card for skunkhash.  BUT, this link takes you to the Signatum website where they have this AMD miner - https://github.com/signatumd/releases/blob/master/sigt-miner.zip

Let us know if that works.
196  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 18, 2017, 03:27:45 AM
while using suprnova pool ,i am getting error like

 cannot find block data:
{"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["13b2","29737524b6ef5d2a924558e5fc4c65a0c3e65de677d558fcbb8e2ef6ba97a0b0","01000000175b9659010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000ffffffff20036fa60004175b965908","0d2f6e6f64655374726174756d2f000000000100a2941a1d00000023210341e0dfc1dd662d56e76 63058dd74172255f698838c5bf5f9fd4ddf4730ca8a97ac00000000",[],"00000007","1b031181","59965b17",true]}
cannot convert blob data
 Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...

using gpu miner:Claymore.CryptoNote.GPU.Miner.v9.7.Beta.-.POOL

please advise what is wrong?

Are you certain that Claymore runs the skunkhash algorithm? 
197  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 17, 2017, 10:03:15 PM
Oi nice , signatum is now listed on whattomine actively.

Even with the correct own algo skunkhash Cheesy , quite a big honor - thanks at the team for adding signatum and skunkhash!

huh?

Thanks for nothing.  Now every Tom, Dick and Harriet is scouring for the latest mod of ccminer.  

My plan to mine this for the next 10 days at a 400-500 coin payout per day just got its ass kicked.  Now, the 1250 reward epoch will likely last 6 days if we are lucky and by then we get 150 coins per day.

Might be time to just pony up some Ethers and buy it outright.

Of course thanks to whattomine , now it is spreading awareness for the coin even further , and big miners will have the "dump power" decreased by small miners that take their share.

Price can climb more calmly now , slowly up.



Awareness is great.  I get that part.

But as I recall, those miners who went out to California in the mid 1800's did not post their results for the world to see when they hit a pay streak.  This is the equivalent of someone saying "Hey... Look over here!  Free GOLD!".

Just like a savvy stock trader will amass a position slowly and in a way to not attract attention, that's what we should be doing.  When the masses know about it... not good.

Remember Walt Disney?  He bought up all of that central Florida land and NOBODY who sold it to him knew what was going on.  There were layers upon layers of small corporations, not a one of which said 'Walt Disney'.  The minute anyone figured it out, his cost would skyrocket.  Nobody did.  He got his land for cheap.

I wanted to get my Signatum for cheap.  I got SOME for cheap, but probably not as many as I was hoping for by the time we reach block 60K.  The ideal situation would be for whattomine to have done this when the payout goes to 625.

Right now, at 5:45 EDT on 8/17, there are 6108 workers on Suprnova and 479 at CWI.  Let's see where this is tomorrow at the same time.  I bet it's up 30%.

I know what your saying Jimbo, i really do, but the thing with crypto is it needs as many people to adopt and believe in the coin. If we kept it secret then the coin price would not rise and we could be potentially stuck with wasted efforts. At least this way early adopters get to see good rewards. I know the timing could of been a lot better, I can agree on that. With the up-most respect i hate seeing early adopters pushed out as will I, but at least we help start the revolution, as some of us did with Bitcoin.  Wink

You were probably into this before I was.  I mined only about 30 hours at the 2500 payout.  After that I pointed my meager GPU resources 100% at SIGT.  Was hoping for 5-6K coins before the 60K block was reached.  That's my thing.  Just wanted a few more days of relatively easy going.  Suprnova added another 30 miners in the last 10 minutes.  I am off my soap box now.

If this does anything close to some of the mid-tier coins I will be happy.
198  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 17, 2017, 09:55:38 PM
Oi nice , signatum is now listed on whattomine actively.

Even with the correct own algo skunkhash Cheesy , quite a big honor - thanks at the team for adding signatum and skunkhash!

huh?

Thanks for nothing.  Now every Tom, Dick and Harriet is scouring for the latest mod of ccminer.  

My plan to mine this for the next 10 days at a 400-500 coin payout per day just got its ass kicked.  Now, the 1250 reward epoch will likely last 6 days if we are lucky and by then we get 150 coins per day.

Might be time to just pony up some Ethers and buy it outright.

Of course thanks to whattomine , now it is spreading awareness for the coin even further , and big miners will have the "dump power" decreased by small miners that take their share.

Price can climb more calmly now , slowly up.



Awareness is great.  I get that part.

But as I recall, those miners who went out to California in the mid 1800's did not post their results for the world to see when they hit a pay streak.  This is the equivalent of someone saying "Hey... Look over here!  Free GOLD!".

Just like a savvy stock trader will amass a position slowly and in a way to not attract attention, that's what we should be doing.  When the masses know about it... not good.

Remember Walt Disney?  He bought up all of that central Florida land and NOBODY who sold it to him knew what was going on.  There were layers upon layers of small corporations, not a one of which said 'Walt Disney'.  The minute anyone figured it out, his cost would skyrocket.  Nobody did.  He got his land for cheap.

I wanted to get my Signatum for cheap.  I got SOME for cheap, but probably not as many as I was hoping for by the time we reach block 60K.  The ideal situation would be for whattomine to have done this when the payout goes to 625.

Right now, at 5:45 EDT on 8/17, there are 6108 workers on Suprnova and 479 at CWI.  Let's see where this is tomorrow at the same time.  I bet it's up 30%.

TEN MINUTES later and suprnova shows 6385 workers. 

Yesterday my CWI miner was projecting between 320 and 400 coins per day.  Right now?  225,

Yeah... with great things like this, who needs kidney stones?
199  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 17, 2017, 09:46:09 PM
Oi nice , signatum is now listed on whattomine actively.

Even with the correct own algo skunkhash Cheesy , quite a big honor - thanks at the team for adding signatum and skunkhash!

huh?

Thanks for nothing.  Now every Tom, Dick and Harriet is scouring for the latest mod of ccminer.  

My plan to mine this for the next 10 days at a 400-500 coin payout per day just got its ass kicked.  Now, the 1250 reward epoch will likely last 6 days if we are lucky and by then we get 150 coins per day.

Might be time to just pony up some Ethers and buy it outright.

Of course thanks to whattomine , now it is spreading awareness for the coin even further , and big miners will have the "dump power" decreased by small miners that take their share.

Price can climb more calmly now , slowly up.



Awareness is great.  I get that part.

But as I recall, those miners who went out to California in the mid 1800's did not post their results for the world to see when they hit a pay streak.  This is the equivalent of someone saying "Hey... Look over here!  Free GOLD!".

Just like a savvy stock trader will amass a position slowly and in a way to not attract attention, that's what we should be doing.  When the masses know about it... not good.

Remember Walt Disney?  He bought up all of that central Florida land and NOBODY who sold it to him knew what was going on.  There were layers upon layers of small corporations, not a one of which said 'Walt Disney'.  The minute anyone figured it out, his cost would skyrocket.  Nobody did.  He got his land for cheap.

I wanted to get my Signatum for cheap.  I got SOME for cheap, but probably not as many as I was hoping for by the time we reach block 60K.  The ideal situation would be for whattomine to have done this when the payout goes to 625.

Right now, at 5:45 EDT on 8/17, there are 6108 workers on Suprnova and 479 at CWI.  Let's see where this is tomorrow at the same time.  I bet it's up 30%.
200  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine - Cryptopia on: August 17, 2017, 09:24:03 PM
Yes, but idiot noob miners that just spam whattomine to see what to mine jumped on Signatum now, and will suck it dry with difficulty rofl.

I hope not everyone will see it... sucks. I hoped for more coins before PoS

what will happened after POS ?

POS should last as long as Signatum does.  I have never heard of anything that comes after POS with any crypto.
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