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401  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 28, 2014, 07:05:21 PM
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402  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Backslash - the easiest way to send and receive Bitcoin on: December 27, 2014, 02:55:09 AM
Hmm, someone just sent me some µBTC via Backslash, but it wants me to sign up to get them... :/
How can I retrieve them without signing up? Wink
403  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Backslash - the easiest way to send and receive Bitcoin on: December 27, 2014, 12:31:52 AM
My question is: you say you can send bitcoins to "anyone" - but does that include being able to send bitcoins to bitcoin users? That is, to an explicit bitcoin address and/or via the payment protocol, so the recipient isn't forced to sign up for Backslash?

If not, this is just an ewallet that forces others to use it rather than Bitcoin itself.

It does, I withdrew to my Bitcoin wallet. It was processed instantly.
That's withdrawing, not sending. I suppose you could withdraw to someone else's address, but some services have rules against that.

I sent to an address. I said withdrawing as it was effectively that. It detected it was a blockchain transfer and mentioned the 0.1mBTC transaction fee.
Ah, nice.
404  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: When are Sidechains going Live? And the Fork ... ? on: December 27, 2014, 12:16:55 AM
I dont see sidechains working out. Its one of those projects which look exciting but have too many issues to work out to be worthwhile. There is also not enough incentive for devs to spend time on it.
That's why we started a company, so we can work full time on Bitcoin.
405  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Backslash - the easiest way to send and receive Bitcoin on: December 27, 2014, 12:16:02 AM
My question is: you say you can send bitcoins to "anyone" - but does that include being able to send bitcoins to bitcoin users? That is, to an explicit bitcoin address and/or via the payment protocol, so the recipient isn't forced to sign up for Backslash?

If not, this is just an ewallet that forces others to use it rather than Bitcoin itself.

It does, I withdrew to my Bitcoin wallet. It was processed instantly.
That's withdrawing, not sending. I suppose you could withdraw to someone else's address, but some services have rules against that.
406  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Backslash - the easiest way to send and receive Bitcoin on: December 26, 2014, 10:45:47 PM
Review of terms of service (I only skimmed, as I don't intend to sign up regardless; also, IANAL and TINLA): Better than ChangeTip (you retain your civil rights, and I don't see any prohibition of RE).

BTW, where do you have MSB licensing?
407  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Backslash - the easiest way to send and receive Bitcoin on: December 26, 2014, 10:36:36 PM
My question is: you say you can send bitcoins to "anyone" - but does that include being able to send bitcoins to bitcoin users? That is, to an explicit bitcoin address and/or via the payment protocol, so the recipient isn't forced to sign up for Backslash?

If not, this is just an ewallet that forces others to use it rather than Bitcoin itself.
408  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: When are Sidechains going Live? And the Fork ... ? on: December 26, 2014, 02:38:25 PM
Sidechains use a concept called a "peg" which is for moving the same token between different independent blockchains.
There are (at least?) 3 different ways to implement a peg:
  • SNARK peg: Uses a cryptographic proof of the other blockchain's rules being followed.
  • SPV peg: Uses a "lightweight" proof that a transaction was mined, relying on trust in the miner collective for the other blockchain.
  • Federated peg: Uses a set of trusted functionaries who all* must sign off on valid transactions between blockchains.

SNARK pegs and SPV pegs require a "softfork" (miner-only upgrade).
Federated pegs can be done with up to 15 functionaries using Bitcoin's multisig today.

The plan is to use SPV pegs for transfers out of the Bitcoin blockchain to a "SPV peg test sidechain", with return transactions (back to Bitcoin) using a federated peg.
Once the SPV peg test sidechain is mature/stable/well-tested to everyone's satisfaction, at that point there can be a softfork to make it the "main" blockchain (at which point the federated peg becomes unnecessary and goes away).

SNARK pegs are more complicated than SPV pegs, but can follow a similar process when the time comes.

* You can have fewer than all functionaries necessary to sign off, in case of lost keys or some going rogue.
409  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [ANN] Stratum mining protocol - ASIC ready on: December 24, 2014, 09:06:28 PM
Could someone explain me what is the purpose of the mining.get_transactions stratum extension  ?

I am the developper of the stratum proxy https://github.com/Stratehm/stratum-proxy and someone reported me that the last BFGminer versions does not work with my proxy due to this extension. What should the pool respond if it does not support this extension ?

Thanks and merry Christmas  Smiley
A normal stratum error is fine.
{"id": whatever id the request has, "result": null, "error": (20, "Not supported", null)}
410  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: The Chili – 30+GH/s BFL based Bitcoin Miner Assembly on: December 22, 2014, 10:59:37 AM
Try BFGminer version 3.1.1,that one worked very well....way back when  Wink

http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.1/
Good idea. If 3.1.1 works, it makes troubleshooting 5.0 much easier Smiley
411  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: The Chili – 30+GH/s BFL based Bitcoin Miner Assembly on: December 22, 2014, 09:20:35 AM
I just bought this miner a few days ago from eBay for the sake of getting 30+ GH/s.



I hooked this thing up to a 200W PSU and an Ubuntu Server box.
I can't seem to get it past 8Gh/s. The only time I see above 8 is when I first boot up bfgminer and it warns me about the temperature.
I have plenty of cooling for this thing, so I dunno what's wrong.

If someone can help me on this issue, that would be great.
The hardware error rate looks really high - is it possible that it may be defective?
Maybe try cgminer (you'll have to mess up your drivers with Zadig if you use Windows... Sad) and see if it performs any better with that? (if it does, let me know and I'll see if I can help fix BFGMiner..)
412  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 18, 2014, 07:36:41 PM
Hi all,I have a small question and I have not been able to find the answer in the read me files.

How do I use bfgminer to mine scrypt_n? I use the --scrypt but it just rejects every share submitted.

Sorry to be ignorant but I am not an experienced miner so any help is much appreciated. If it matters,I am on win7x64 and using GSD orbs and Gaw\Zuess miners.Thanks :-)
scrypt-n is not supported at this time.

Edit: Also, the only hardware I am aware of supporting scrypt-n is KnCMiner's Titan, NOT gridseed or zeusminer...
413  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [ANN] Stratum mining protocol - ASIC ready on: December 18, 2014, 08:11:39 AM
Feature proposal: client report hashing speed

It would be very useful for stratum protocol to include a client message to report hashing speed. Today's miners (SHA256, Scrypt and others) vary a lot in terms of speed. For efficient initial vardiff handling, initial miners distribution in dependence of speed, etc. it wold be very useful for a pool to be informed by the client at what speed it is hashing. It would be nice if this would be implemented in the stratum protocol.
slush proposed a mining.get_hashrate for this a while ago... not sure if there's any specification/documentation of it though.
414  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 16, 2014, 06:52:15 PM
Is it possible to point BFGMiner Proxy at another BFGMiner Proxy as to aggregate hashrate from multiple sources and redirect toward intended target?

I thought I had done this in the past using slush's proxy..  but it doesn't seem to want to work.

I get "ssm: Failed to subdivide upstream stratum notify!"

Anyone know?

thanks in advance!
You'll need to hack the code for one of them.

work2d.c:work2d_init assigns work2d_xnonce2sz = 2

If you assign this to 3 on your pool-side proxy, it will divide 4+ byte pool extranonce into 3 byte chunks, and then the normal BFGMiner can divide that into 2 byte chunks.
415  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 15, 2014, 04:46:32 PM
Hey Luke, any luck with rockxie and his "New R-box"? im not sure if its my hardware doing the bad hashing (i suspect it is) or if its the lack of information you're getting from rockxie
Nope.
hm.. having the hardware wouldn’t help you much ether, am i correct?
They did send hardware... which is part of why it's confusing that they stopped communicating.
416  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 15, 2014, 04:43:10 AM
Hey Luke, any luck with rockxie and his "New R-box"? im not sure if its my hardware doing the bad hashing (i suspect it is) or if its the lack of information you're getting from rockxie
Nope.
417  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 14, 2014, 09:59:27 PM
That's what README.ASIC is for..
418  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ASICMiner BE300S Samples Arrived, <0.2W/G Achieved at Board Level on: December 14, 2014, 06:06:22 AM
I haven't tried them, but there are a number of GUIs available for BFGMiner (yes, including BFL's EasyMiner - which should work for any supported device).
419  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Gavin will visit the Council on Foreign Relations on: December 11, 2014, 11:40:18 PM
The public interview was not the important part of the conversation.  I for one would welcome Gavin's field report.

You'll be waiting on that one for a while. He starts these news threads then hardly ever returns to them. The only ones that warrant a second look are the ones where he's being attacked. I doubt he really looked at those twice. Most likely someone told him, "hey dude, LukeJr is talking shit about you in your thread" so he responded.
Uh, what?
420  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 11, 2014, 10:22:25 PM
At time i have this postings in the miner:


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[2014-12-11 04:00:07] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 14:20:15] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 14:20:43] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 14:21:11] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 14:21:37] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 21:10:02] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 21:10:31] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 21:10:58] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 21:11:25] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e
 [2014-12-11 21:11:52] usb_devinfo_scan: Error getting USB device list: libusb e

The other software (OSCAM with USB Easymouse) runs the USB device /dev/tty0 (/dev/EM-ICE) but after a USB scan or other messages the OSCAM los the USB device on USB0??

regards
So don't scan USB0...?
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