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81  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [FZ] Frozen | NoPremine | CPU-Mining | Rare | Fast Transactions on: May 15, 2014, 11:52:21 PM
Developers, do you have a plan for the development of the coin? I'm thinking to buy these coins, as they are so cheap...
The coin is working fine. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
Just give it some time to mature, we already have an exchange and everything - what more would you want? No need for any pump and dump here!
You guys are getting pathetic, this coin is dead and there is no single reason to baghold FZ, I am very glad I got out in time, thanks to that I became a much better trader. Trenton is a nice guy but he pretty much ruined the coin, this coin could have survived if Block Erupter took charge but the didn't and we didn't allow him, now this coin is dead. This coin can only go lower, new people should stop wasting their time on this worthless coin.
yes you are right.
No, he's only partially right: this coin is dead, yes, but it's not Trenton's fault. Block_Eruptor basically was involved in some very shady happenings and he and his partner helped create a coin that really had no long-term potential. It's just like QRK, but with a slightly slower payout and fewer total coins. QRK is a joke now, and Frozen (apparently named after the movie when it first launched -- that's how awesome this coin is!) is even worse because it was merely a clone. It appears all of the exchanges have recognized this fact as well now.
82  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] ZedCoin [ ZED ] - Now Trading! on: May 15, 2014, 06:09:04 PM
Thank you for the concern, but ZED is not dead. The developer did not sell anything, nor run away.
The truth is, there is a re-branding in motion and some of the new assets took some time to receive. Look for the ANN in the coming week.

-Kilo88
For a coin that's "not dead" there's been wonderfully little useful information of late. I can't find any live pools, which means solo mining... but it looks like people are playing games with the coin, given the large fluctuations in difficulty and the resulting longer-than-expected followed by shorter-than-expected block times. Best of luck to you, but this is definitely on my "do not mine" list!
83  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] cudaMiner & ccMiner CUDA based mining applications [Windows/Linux/MacOSX] on: May 15, 2014, 12:56:14 AM
I only wish the new ccminer was working for me and my laptops... I have a GTX 880M that's showing anywhere from 20000 KH to 1200000 KH, but no shares are being accepted. LOL. Anyone have any luck with running this on mobile GPUs that have Optimus support?
Update -- not sure if this will affect others, but for 880M only the ccminer30.exe works properly. On 860M, I was able to run ccminer50.exe, but it looks like Kepler cards need to explicitly run the 30 version (which I suppose makes sense).
84  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] cudaMiner & ccMiner CUDA based mining applications [Windows/Linux/MacOSX] on: May 15, 2014, 12:12:07 AM
I only wish the new ccminer was working for me and my laptops... I have a GTX 880M that's showing anywhere from 20000 KH to 1200000 KH, but no shares are being accepted. LOL. Anyone have any luck with running this on mobile GPUs that have Optimus support?
85  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][OC] Orangecoin - Last Day of POW- POS Starts Tomorrow - Update to 1.0.1.0 on: May 14, 2014, 05:55:05 AM
Oh joy... another BC clone coin gone wrong. Unlike WC, there are no blocks being found with OC. Way to go, dev!
86  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] BlueCoin () | [BLU] | PoW Distribution | 3% PoS | Bounties | Giveaways on: May 12, 2014, 07:56:48 PM
NEW SOURCE:

v1.0.2.0 https://github.com/bluecoiner/bluecoin

POOLS & EXCHANGES PLEASE UPGRADE TO NEW CODE ASAP!!!

WE WILL BE RELEASING NEW WALLETS ONCE ALL OF OUR PARTNERS HAVE EFFECTIVELY SWITCHED OVER! PLEASE STAY TUNED!!

To add on to my above post: when is the change to the new code taking place? It appears to be "effective immediately", but that's the wrong way of doing things -- you need to give people and pools time to switch to the new code, or you get forks. Right now, there's nothing in place to make the switch happen smoothly. I'd suggest picking a block about two days in the future as the time to change and remove the PoS stuff that's happening right now. Also, two variables that do the same thing is redundant... one variable "PoW_PoS_Cutoff" would do the job. :p
87  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] BlueCoin () | [BLU] | PoW Distribution | 3% PoS | Bounties | Giveaways on: May 12, 2014, 07:50:15 PM
New version posted three days ago in SRC, but no new binaries. Please fix the binaries links!
88  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [AC] Official AsiaCoin | MANDATORY Wallet Update 2.0.0.0 | Premine Voided on: May 10, 2014, 12:59:33 AM
Is the coin PoW difficulty frozen at 274.46071294? What's up with that? It's stayed static over the past 5000 blocks or so, and I see the hash rate hasn't really changed either. According to the latest wallet, networkhashps  went from ~19GH at block 27377 up to ~21GH at block 32106. What's up with that? Are people still trying to mine AC directly? Or are these just miscellaneous bugs? Considering the temporary block explorer is down, I think we still have a problem. Hopefully it doesn't really matter, but given the checkered past of this coin things like this won't help instill confidence!
89  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures on: May 09, 2014, 08:45:20 PM
I consider carefully all about monero. I suppose unfair distribution happens due the super-optimized miner probably
There's nothing unfair going on that I can see. If you got in early when the difficulty was lower, you could have mined a higher percentage of blocks, but the block times have been pretty consistent from the start AFAIK. Of course, no one has a block explorer for MRO, but you can read out the time stamps in the daemon. There are some fast blocks for the first few, then some longer blocks as things slow down and difficulty adjusts. Oddly, I do see a few instances where the timestamp on the next block is earlier than the timestamp on the previous block (e.g. block 100 is 1397822726, block 101 is 1397822717), but perhaps the time stamp comes from the PC that finds the block, so you could easily have a skew of several minutes given that PC clocks are notoriously prone to being off by several minutes.

At present, we are on block 32442, and with an average payout of 17.3 MRO per block we have mined roughly 560K MRO out of the target 18.4 million. So considering MRO was launched on April 18, in about the first three weeks we have mined 3% of the total MRO. Considering many coins have had 1-3% premines, 3% distributed among the miners that came on board in the first three weeks is peanuts.
90  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures on: May 09, 2014, 07:44:05 PM
I'm getting the following on a regular basis after the latest May 8 update, all in red text:
Code:
2014-May-09 10:13:43.360776 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\abstract_tcp_server2.inl:307 send que size is more than ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT(100),
shutting down connection
2014-May-09 10:13:43.370784 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\levin_protocol_handler_async.h:638 [188.138.109.185:18080 OUT]Failed to do_send()
2014-May-09 10:13:43.378789 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\abstract_tcp_server2.inl:307 send que size is more than ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT(100),
shutting down connection
2014-May-09 10:13:43.386796 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\levin_protocol_handler_async.h:638 [79.140.30.52:18080 OUT]Failed to do_send()
To my knowledge, this is only on the primary system that's running the wallet -- though I haven't really spent time verifying that statement. Thoughts?
Well known bug that needs to be fixed, raise an issue on the monero-project github
I guess I should clarify: is the affected PC (PCs) still mining properly and I can ignore the error/warning, or when this starts to happen do I need to restart the daemon?
91  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures on: May 09, 2014, 05:18:17 PM
I'm getting the following on a regular basis after the latest May 8 update, all in red text:
Code:
2014-May-09 10:13:43.360776 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\abstract_tcp_server2.inl:307 send que size is more than ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT(100),
shutting down connection
2014-May-09 10:13:43.370784 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\levin_protocol_handler_async.h:638 [188.138.109.185:18080 OUT]Failed to do_send()
2014-May-09 10:13:43.378789 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\abstract_tcp_server2.inl:307 send que size is more than ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT(100),
shutting down connection
2014-May-09 10:13:43.386796 [P2P8]ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\n
et\levin_protocol_handler_async.h:638 [79.140.30.52:18080 OUT]Failed to do_send()
To my knowledge, this is only on the primary system that's running the wallet -- though I haven't really spent time verifying that statement. Thoughts?
92  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures on: May 09, 2014, 12:47:43 AM
Important

(Big scary red letters because it really is important.)

First, get the newest builds (all fully updated on the OP).

Second, unless your blockchain.bin predates the May 3rd update, you should delete it and download the latest from the OP and replace yours. You might have saved it and overridden it after May 3rd and that's fine. However, a full sync starting from the genesis block after the May 3rd update may have partially corrupted your blockchain. Clean blockchains have been uploaded for 64-bit Windows and 64-bit Linux/OSX. 32-bit versions don't exist because it was added recently. If you're unsure of when your blockchain dates from, update it.

The attack works by flooding the network with low height (i.e. early) blocks. They would normally be added as alternates but if you're in the process of synching, they might get added as real blocks. This is because the checkpointing in the BCN code is not done well and it doesn't validate the headers of pre-checkpoint blocks. The number of people affected probably isn't that big but we can't have inconsistency in the network.

Because the attack is ongoing, if you resync from scratch you'll grab a few of these invalid blocks (about 1 in every ~500 blocks) so you'll still have a slightly corrupted chain. Update from the OP with the latest builds and chains and you'll be clean and protected. In the future, better checkpointing will be implemented but until then it won't be used.
Question: I did not update any of my miners with any of the new builds (e.g. with checkpointing) in the past day or two -- everything I have is from around May 4/5 I think. Does that mean my nodes are clean, or do I have to clear them all out, grab the latest version, and resync on all systems? My PC right now *thinks* it's mining, and it had at least through block 28000 or so prior to these attacks, so I should be safe, right? Will updating at this point benefit me or am I just asking for trouble? (It would be great to add a "version" command in the wallet and daemon -- provided of course that each new build remembers to update the version number.)
93  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ★█ Zeitcoin Movement █★ [ZEIT] pure POS (soon) ★MULTIPOOL★ on: May 09, 2014, 12:17:25 AM
Going strictly by the cryptsy and mintpal charts, is this a dead coin?
Not at all. Many just have extremely short attention spans.
Trade volume: under $500 per day
Number of coins: "too many" (20 billion, give or take) and growing "too fast" (25% for the first year)
Price follows the above, giving you the 1 satoshi rate we're seeing.

My thoughts? Yes, ZEIT is pretty much dead. There are so many other coins out there that have gathered more interest, and if no one is interested in a coin then it really serves little purpose.
94  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ★█ Zeitcoin Movement █★ [ZEIT] pure POS (soon) ★MULTIPOOL★ on: May 08, 2014, 08:49:07 PM
Zeitcoin's block explorer needs some help. While it's nice to be able to search for hashes and transactions, what we really need is something that readily shows the total ZEIT in circulation, as well as the mining values of each block (PoW or PoS). Compare MINT's explorer to the current ZEIT explorer -- there's so much more useful information on the MINT explorer it's not even funny! Of course, if we had all of the ZEIT information, people would likely understand better why the price is at 1/2 satoshi and falling.
95  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [AC] Official Asia Coin Revival | Fix Released to Exchanges on: May 08, 2014, 07:01:27 PM
The (temporary?) block explorer appears to be down. We really need someone to get a permanent block explorer up and running!
96  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures on: May 07, 2014, 08:23:56 PM


Ok. Seems quite lame indeed....

Good, I'm sorry if it was disproportional.

My main questions were about skyrocket difficulty, a potentially unfair optimized miners, and an unfair take-over-control procedure.

As the miner is open-source now, and the difficulty chart can't be explained anyhow, the only one to ask you is how did it happen with the renaming and cloning the git.
There's nothing surprising about a skyrocketing difficulty for a CPU-only coin. This EXACT SAME THING happened with Heavycoin (HVC), Darkcoin, Frozencoin, and various others as well. Let me give you a quick bit of math.

Mining on an i7-4770K CPU right now, if you mine DRK you'll earn about $0.15 per day. Mine HIRO (DRK without DarkSend) and you can make $0.30 per day right now. XPM is similar in that it's around $0.27 per day. And then we get to Monero (MRO), which at the current high bid price of 0.0009 BTC per MRO will generate approximately $1.67 per day. Now, you have to give it time, as you're not going to find blocks very frequently with a single i7-4770K, but for example I have enough mining rigs that I'm able to run around 150 H/s and I'm finding a block or two per day. The pay rate for MRO right now is so much higher than any other "CPU only" coin that anyone with access to a bunch of CPUs is going to take notice. Period. End of conspiracy.

TL;DR: You're not the only person mining crypto. Duh.
97  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] microCoin MRC - alcurEX - Scrypt-Jane - nFactor - Mandatory Wallet Update on: May 07, 2014, 07:23:44 PM
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This is insane, people. As someone that studied computer science 20 years back, I can't believe the sort of hack-job coding we're seeing. Let me give you some advise: properly commented code is important, and obfuscating code with behind-the-scenes math is a bad idea.

MRC donations for my awesome code (which will be worth squat very soon at this rate): 14LADSmN8FkX7kfsAkvgvmPH8ZGJUdABLV
Seems as if we are stable again. Awesome coding skills, oldschool is best. 1M coins send. Hope others are thankful too and make you microcoin-rich  Grin.
Thanks Bansheroom! I suspect it will take quite a bit more MRC to make me rich, but at least I'm a millionaire -- multi-millionaire, actually! LOL. I was worried originally about the rate of MRC payouts, and then I got "greedy" and decided to hold everything I mined, hoping that the decrease to 10K block rewards would slowly push prices back up. Next time, I'm going with my gut and dumping earlier. At present, I have about $350 worth of MRC at the 1 satoshi rate, but I could have cashed out of a lot of that at two or three times the price. I also think that scrypt-jane is proving to be too harsh on the N-Factor adjustments. Yes, it will be ASIC-proof more or less, but it's also going to be GPU proof at the current rate. If few people are mining, coins tend to fade away -- not to mention it becomes possible to do a 51% attack if difficulty is too low.
98  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures - CPU only on: May 06, 2014, 09:14:46 PM
Why oh WHY do people do stuff like this!? I know that this was already discussed somewhere else, but the block rewards equation is rather difficult to plot/understand, and it really should be clarified.
Quote
Block reward: Smoothly varying using the formula (264 - 1 - A) * 2-20 * 10-12, where A = supply mined to date
Assuming that's correct, if we want to break that down into something people are actually able to understand (without resorting to serious spreadsheet calculations or function plotting software), let's start by removing those exponentials:
Block reward...
= (264 - 1 - A) * 0.00000000000000000095367431640625
= 17.592186 - 0.00000000000000000095367431640625 - A * 0.00000000000000000095367431640625
= 17.592186 - 0.00000000000000000095367431640625 - A * 0.00000000000000000095367431640625

If A is 0 to 18400000, we could basically drop both the second terms and the block rewards would be ~17.592186. Except that's clearly not the case, so what's going on? Well, A is obviously not going from 0 to 18400000; it's instead going from 0 to some large number -- but not so large that (A * 0.00000000000000000095367431640625) would be more than 17.592186, since we don't want negative block rewards.

I looked around in the source code (which is frankly a mess to understand -- hooray for security through obfuscation and complex code!), and anything even remotely resembling "264 - 1 - A) * 2-20 * 10-12" is nowhere to be seen in the block rewards calculations. Instead, we get bitwise shift operations and other items that again only seem to serve to obscure the true meaning of what's happening. It appears the coin supply (A) is actually scaled by 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) -- the reward is also limited in some way by the block size (Huh). So, applying that scaling factor, what we get is that the block rewards are

17.592186044415 - A * 0.00000095367431640625, with A going from 0 to 18400000. (I dropped the second term as it appears to be insignificant -- even when scaled by 1 trillion.)

The result is that we're seeing block rewards of around 17.14 right now, so we're down ~0.45 from the initial rewards level in a couple weeks I guess. Over the long haul, it looks like we smoothly scale block rewards such that the reward is cut in half every ~504 days (give or take) -- and about half of the remaining coins are mined every ~504 days. That's really not that bad, but rather than such a clearly stated progression we get "Block reward: Smoothly varying using the formula (264 - 1 - A) * 2-20 * 10-12, where A = supply mined to date".

Thanks for that... it only took me a few hours to actually dig through the code, run some numbers, and figure out in plain English what is actually happening. It will take about nine years for 99% of MRO to be mined, or 4.5 years for 90% of MRO to be mined. That's a far faster distribution than BTC or LTC of course, but far slower than most of the other coins coming out these days.

Back to "real" work.... LOL
99  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures - CPU only on: May 06, 2014, 05:43:18 PM
Okay, so I *think* I'm mining on all of my reasonably fast rigs, with around 115 H/s of total hash rate. However, after nearly twelve hours I apparently haven't found a single block. That's either really bad luck based on my calculations, or else my systems aren't actually mining. Here are the logs from a few systems -- if anything looks off, can someone help me out?

Code:
2014-May-06 10:10:59.325350 bitmonero v0.8.5.294(0.1-g0f42b2e)
2014-May-06 10:10:59.328353 Module folder: bitmonerod.exe
2014-May-06 10:10:59.330354 Initializing p2p server...
2014-May-06 10:10:59.332355 Binding on 0.0.0.0:18080
2014-May-06 10:10:59.334356 Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:18080
2014-May-06 10:10:59.335357 Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2014-May-06 10:11:00.774387 ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\bitmonero-master-current\src\p2p\net_node.inl:246 UPNP_AddPortMapping failed.
2014-May-06 10:11:00.779380 P2p server initialized OK
2014-May-06 10:11:00.780378 Initializing cryptonote protocol...
2014-May-06 10:11:00.782379 Cryptonote protocol initialized OK
2014-May-06 10:11:00.784381 Initializing core rpc server...
2014-May-06 10:11:00.786384 Binding on 127.0.0.1:18081
2014-May-06 10:11:00.789384 Core rpc server initialized OK on port: 18081
2014-May-06 10:11:00.791386 Initializing core...
2014-May-06 10:11:00.794388 Loading blockchain...
2014-May-06 10:11:01.631980 Blockchain initialized. last block: 27684, d0.h0.m1.s13 time ago, current difficulty: 3251837
2014-May-06 10:11:01.635983 Core initialized OK
2014-May-06 10:11:01.636985 Starting core rpc server...
2014-May-06 10:11:01.638985 Run net_service loop( 2 threads)...
2014-May-06 10:11:01.651994 [SRV_MAIN]Core rpc server started ok
2014-May-06 10:11:01.654997 [SRV_MAIN]Starting p2p net loop...
2014-May-06 10:11:01.656998 [SRV_MAIN]Run net_service loop( 10 threads)...
2014-May-06 10:11:02.657757 [P2P1]
**********************************************************************
The daemon will start synchronizing with the network. It may take up to several hours.

You can set the level of process detailization by using command "set_log <level>", where <level> is either 0 (no details), 1 (current block height synchronized), or 2 (all details).

Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.

Note: in case you need to interrupt the process, use "exit" command. Otherwise, the current progress won't be saved.
**********************************************************************
2014-May-06 10:11:02.657757 [P2P9]Connecting to 118.68.193.206:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s32)...
2014-May-06 10:11:03.929605 [P2P0]
**********************************************************************
You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.

Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command or if you use "save" command.
Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.

Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
2014-May-06 10:11:03.944615 [P2P0][118.68.193.206:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:03.947616 [P2P9]Connecting to 82.32.195.63:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m50.s40)...
2014-May-06 10:11:05.041391 [P2P6][82.32.195.63:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:05.043393 [P2P9]Connecting to 88.164.51.65:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s35)...
2014-May-06 10:11:06.329301 [P2P4][88.164.51.65:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:06.331301 [P2P9]Connecting to 198.50.239.117:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s37)...
2014-May-06 10:11:06.616512 [P2P6][198.50.239.117:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:06.619505 [P2P9]Connecting to 83.212.102.116:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s36)...
2014-May-06 10:11:07.442086 [P2P2][83.212.102.116:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:07.446090 [P2P9]Connecting to 46.249.52.137:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s37)...
2014-May-06 10:11:07.962475 [P2P2][46.249.52.137:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:07.966456 [P2P9]Connecting to 54.187.171.247:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s38)...
2014-May-06 10:11:08.089545 [P2P3][54.187.171.247:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:08.092547 [P2P9]Connecting to 113.243.176.28:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m50.s57)...
2014-May-06 10:11:09.610621 [P2P3][113.243.176.28:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:09.612622 [P2P9]Connecting to 54.187.30.197:18080(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s2)...
2014-May-06 10:11:09.691679 [P2P6][54.187.30.197:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:09.694680 [P2P9]Connecting to 37.229.184.145:18080(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m11.s22)...
2014-May-06 10:11:11.906242 [P2P1][37.229.184.145:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:11.909244 [P2P9]Connecting to 88.218.187.68:18080(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s1)...
2014-May-06 10:11:16.175259 [P2P6][88.218.187.68:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:16.179263 [P2P9]Connecting to 94.189.155.154:18080(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m0.s8)...
2014-May-06 10:11:16.876770 [P2P2][94.189.155.154:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 10:11:35.184694 [RPC1]Mining has started with 4 threads, good luck!
2014-May-06 10:11:35.184694 Miner thread was started [1]
2014-May-06 10:11:35.184694 Miner thread was started [0]
2014-May-06 10:11:35.184694 Miner thread was started [3]
2014-May-06 10:11:35.184694 Miner thread was started [2]
FYI, I cleared the log right before this system was restarted. My question is the line that says:
"ERROR c:\temp\bytecoin\bitmonero-master-current\src\p2p\net_node.inl:246 UPNP_AddPortMapping failed."

I'm getting that on several systems, mostly Windows 8 systems I think? When I'm mining and enable show_hr, I see all of the systems hashing, but again zero blocks in half a day seems unlikely. By my math, there is a total of ~55000 H/s going on with MRO right now, which means I account for ~0.18% of the total hash rate and should thus find 2.62 blocks per day.

*BREAKING NEWS*

Code:
2014-May-06 06:28:09.237734 [miner 4]Found block for difficulty: 3188836
2014-May-06 06:36:20.507771 [P2P4]Connecting to 128.71.195.108:18080(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m57.s5)...
2014-May-06 06:36:23.601549 [P2P0][128.71.195.108:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-06 07:16:20.417776 [miner 2]Found block for difficulty: 3155187

Apparently I found some blocks a few hours ago. But they didn't show up in my wallet at first? How many confirms does it take for found blocks to appear in your wallet, or was it because I happened to type "refresh" in my wallet a few minutes ago while trying to figure out what was going on? I guess all is well and I'm now back on track, though it's funny that only one system found any blocks and it was two blocks within 40 minutes.

Anyway, I'm just looking for good information on how to mine MRO most effectively, and I may end up being the one to provide that (for Windows users at least). If I can get enough of a clear insight into how everything works, I'll see about writing a blog post on the subject. :-)
100  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MRO] Monero - Anonymous Currency Based on Ring Signatures - CPU only on: May 06, 2014, 07:06:41 AM
Have a total of 350~ hash rate among miners, been a few horus but hope i get something.

Ill be switching everything to monero today. ^_^
It's a huge hashrate! You definitely will get something!
Again, is there a calculator somewhere, or a place to see the network hash rate for MRO? It would be helpful to at least be able to provide people with some sort of estimate.

You can get the network hash rate with curl

Code:
$ curl localhost:18081/getinfo
{
  "alt_blocks_count": 221,
  "difficulty": 2831759,
  "grey_peerlist_size": 436,
  "height": 26970,
  "incoming_connections_count": 5,
  "outgoing_connections_count": 12,
  "status": "OK",
  "tx_count": 964,
  "tx_pool_size": 0,
  "white_peerlist_size": 224
}
Divide the difficulty by 60 to get total hash rate. So for this number we get 47196. Divide your hash rate by that to get your share of the network hash rate.  For example 350 is 0.74% of the network. There are 1440 blocks per day so someone with this hash rate should get 10.656 blocks per day on average.
Can you do that "getinfo" with curl on Windows, or is that Linux only? (I'm guessing Linux only. *Sigh*) Also, I assume these are orphan blocks?
Code:
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2014-May-05 22:26:34.698916 [P2P0]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 26907
id:     <c4e6b9f9fc08c1134f07d6622d25b2d4f1f9cd0071e893fef1d1e191bb0f06db>
PoW:    <5a8efa15ae51b87d079ce13112ae68683345d7dbd3f37c29b7a7a716d8050000>
difficulty:     2842603
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If so, that sort of sucks that I've seen six of those on my rigs so far. Seriously, six orphans and not a single successfully mined block? My luck is bad so far.
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