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1  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Delete wallet on Android on: September 14, 2020, 07:14:57 PM
Messing around with watching-only wallets in Electrum on Android/mobile and I accidentally added the wrong one, naming it what I wanted to name the one I actually wanted to watch.

Three years later and this is still difficult to find. The data location seems to have changed, or varies between phones.

OP found solution in-app but doesn't share.

Meanwhile, the thread gets indexed by Google and becomes a top result for searches related to deleting Electrum wallets on android. And is the only one referencing an in-app solution

Relevant XKCD (https://m.xkcd.com/979/) on us. It's just as frustrating when someone posts for help then later says "nvm found it" not realizing that others might have had the same question and their thread then becomes the top result - with no answer Sad

Anyway, took me 10 minutes or so to find it. You have to open the wallet, then tap on the wallet name itself in the top left. You cannot rename it but you can delete it.

For future Googlers.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING! (New domain: http://zcashbenchmarks.info) on: May 23, 2018, 07:05:48 PM
There's a certain lack of CPU benches on the site so...

CPU
CPU's MODEL NAME: AMD R7 1700
HASHRATE: 28 S/s
MINER SOFTWARE: CPU-ZENOCAT-AVX2
PARAMETERES: -b -t 8
OS: Windows 10 1709
TDP(OPTIONAL):
EXTRA CONFIG(OPTIONAL): SYSTEM'S RAM, temperature, overclocking, etc.
Stock CPU, Stock mem (2133). Hashrate is a rounded average of 3 benchmark (-b) runs. -t 16 is the same or slower most runs.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]★CryptoBridge★BCO★🔹Decentralized EXchange 📈RELEASED NOW BETA🔹 on: February 01, 2018, 02:52:21 AM
Sorry, new to this. How do I run a node/gateway? The github only has the webUI code and "cryptobridge" is empty there.

I'm looking to do this because it's unusable as-is due to any nodes near me having too-high latency.

I can only sometimes view the deposit/withdraw screen.

Edit: nevermind. Realized it's the BridgeCoin on github. Which presents its own problem. I have to compile from source since there are no releases.

I'm willing to do that but for me it's a full-day project due to dependencies not always being clear. I'm willing to spin up a VM and do it but...

If there's any official compiled versions that anyone knows of, please let me know.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: mkxminer: fast Lyra2rev2 miner for AMD GPUs (Vertcoin, Monacoin, Verge, STRAKS) on: January 30, 2018, 06:21:41 AM
Assembler kernel doesn't work, the driver just crashes or the machine restarts. Few RX rigs with different driver versions, it is just unreliable even on stock clocks. Non-asm kernel is fine but the hashrate is quite low.

I'm wondering if this is my issue.

Two separate machines, windows 10 1709. CMD remains open and reports healthy hashrate of previous but GPU load will randomly go to 0 as if something crashed and stay there. Pool reports no hashrate. No indication from software and no attempted restarts.

I've removed the --asm and the hashrate is now 60-70% of before. But within 30 seconds one of my GPUs randomly stopped mining and the hashrate indicator still says it is. Op. Now the other one has stopped, within 60 seconds of starting both.

Dammit. And I was all excited to let this run overnight after getting everything working.

Can anyone recommend another fork? I tried sgminer but the hashrate was under 10MH/s even after optimizing the intensity.

Edit: seems ok after installing every version of C distributable from 2005-2013 (2015 was already installed). 10 minutes testing so far. Will report back tomorrow maybe. Note that the previous issues had zero messages, popups or apparent crashes.

Further edit: one machine died overnight but that's because it was a fresh install - windows 10 default power settings standby after 30 minutes. The other machine was fine. So this seems to have solved my issue. Thanks for the optimized miner, OP.

Further, further edit: Added another machine and it had the same issue. Installing all the C++ distributable didn't help - quit after an hour. Only real difference is I had to install an older version of 10 (1607) due to circumstances. We'll see if upgrading to 1709 helps.

That all said, clearly some kind of failure-detection and recovery would be very much appreciated Smiley
5  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin market cap is now almost... [George Lucas (2011) reached!] on: December 16, 2017, 01:21:49 AM
I have updated the list a bit and would like to apologize for missing the moon landing on December 3rd! I'm not really active on bitcointalk anymore but we have been in recent need of an update.
6  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Bad signatures leading to 55.82152538 BTC theft (so far) on: August 31, 2017, 03:51:39 AM
As of August 24th, the funds are on the move. He waited 4 years to try to avoid detection.

https://blockchain.info/address/1HKywxiL4JziqXrzLKhmB6a74ma6kxbSDj
7  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.10.0 on: February 20, 2017, 02:37:09 AM
I'm currently having an issue with Ubuntu and the latest version of CGminer. I'm attempting to compile it and got the error to install libusb-1.0. So I installed libusb-1.0

Code:
||/ Name           Version      Architecture Description
+++-==============-============-============-=================================
ii  libusb-0.1-4:a 2:0.1.12-28  amd64        userspace USB programming library
ii  libusb-1.0-0:a 2:1.0.20-1   amd64        userspace USB programming library
ii  libusb-1.0-0-d 2:1.0.20-1   amd64        userspace USB programming library
ii  libusb-1.0-0-d 2:1.0.20-1   amd64        userspace USB programming library
ii  libusb-1.0-doc 2:1.0.20-1   all          documentation for userspace USB p
un  libusb-dev     <none>       <none>       (no description available)
un  libusbmuxd-too <none>       <none>       (no description available)
ii  libusbmuxd4:am 1.0.10-2ubun amd64        USB multiplexor daemon for iPhone


So I tried compiling again but got the same error:

Code:
checking for LIBUSB... no
configure: error: Could not find usb library - please install libusb-1.0


Anyone have an idea?
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Threats to bitcoin on: May 30, 2016, 12:59:00 AM
There are many threats for bitcoin.First is ofcourse the users.Because if the user dont uses bitcoins anymore bitcoin price may drop.Second is the developer can be a threat also at bitcoin because anytime he can close all bitcoin networks and cut all supplies.Last is other cryptocoins and the government.Most government wants to beat bitcoin and earn money


I hope you don't take offense to my question; I am merely curious. Are you foreign (to English-speaking nations) or are you, like, 10-12 years old? Or both? I ask because it sort of changes my interpretations of what you've said above.


Either way, though, I sort of think the whole users thing is a bit overrated as a threat. I've been with Bitcoin since a little before this user account was created and believe it is solid enough for there to always be users using it in some way, regardless of what happens in the future.


Your second point is one I am a bit confused about and my question to you in my first paragraph comes into play the most as to my understanding of it. From what I am reading, you seem to think there is a single developer of Bitcoin that has such control as to shut down the Bitcoin network and/ or disrupt communications and control the supply and ownership. This is completely false and goes against everything Bitcoin is (decentralized, etc.). Much of the point of Bitcoin is to avoid said controls entirely. Bitcoin was designed with no central point of failure or control. I find it impossible to believe you could be involved in Bitcoin for 3 years and not know this, hence my question about your age and/ or English language skills. If so, it might be possible I am misinterpreting and you are actually just talking about the block-size debate?

Most government wants to beat bitcoin and earn money

This statement has no place in reality, in my opinion. Everything I've read leads me to the opinion that the governments couldn't care much about Bitcoin despite the attention some have paid to it. Even if they did, Bitcoin is hardly a money-making opportunity for them.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash, Schnorr Sigs, 8/3 Status Update, AxiomPOS 3.0, AXH 2.0 on: August 03, 2015, 07:29:25 PM
anyway if they can implement an I/O task into the hashing process it will be very hard to gain an advantage for gpu ... u still have all that lag created by the disk.. this is a problem i have ran into on another project..

How would one prevent me from simply creating a virtual disk in RAM for the I/O tasks?
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 💸 NINJA ⚔ NINJACOIN ⚔ POS ⚔ LAUNCHED ⚔ STAKE ⚔ IN-WALLET ADS IN DEVELOPMENT 💸 on: August 02, 2015, 03:52:44 PM
Is merge mining possible with this coin?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash and SHABAL-256 with Schnorr Signatures - POW / POS on: August 02, 2015, 05:27:07 AM
anyone here running the 8-core AMD FX-8320 CPU ? I get 4 H/s out of 2 cores, and the rest barely crack 1.2 H/s.  If I reboot, they all go to 4 H/s  Huh
I do. I get 8H/s per core. I'm using the terminal windows miner in OP. I am using only 4 cores though. I think I recall the hashrate being something like 7.5 or 7.75 per core when I was using 6 cores. Do note that I am overclocked to 4.1GHz, however.

You should still be higher than you are listing on stock though. Are any other programs taking up processor time in task manager on your computer? Also download CPU-z and check that there's no downclocking going on. You can use coretemp to monitor the temperatures.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash and SHABAL-256 with Schnorr Signatures - POW / POS on: August 01, 2015, 06:31:39 PM
what is Axiom block generation time?

I'm still waiting for a source for this information. Along with other specs.

However, using simple math, it seems to be about 2 minutes (suprnova is 95% of the hashrate and did 825 blocks in 24-h including orphans).

I have it here. This is in alignment with what was stated in the OP for rewards
https://github.com/axiomcryptocurrency/axiom/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L969

DoS Protection confirmed here:-
https://github.com/axiomcryptocurrency/axiom/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L722

Blocktimes is here
https://github.com/axiomcryptocurrency/axiom/blob/master/src/main.h
https://github.com/axiomcryptocurrency/axiom/blob/master/src/main.h#L659

-- edit
As I said prior this is a well put together codebase. Some nice features.

Obviously they are actively developing this coin otherwise they would not have a second bitbucket account so they use the private bitbucket account for the latest stuff and then use GitHub for public release.  Thats just an observation.

As someone only familiar with very basic C++, and zero knowledge of coin code, I cannot decipher from those links what the block time is.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash and SHABAL-256 with Schnorr Signatures - POW / POS on: August 01, 2015, 05:51:46 PM
what is Axiom block generation time?

I'm still waiting for a source for this information. Along with other specs.

However, using simple math, it seems to be about 2 minutes (suprnova is 95% of the hashrate and did 825 blocks in 24-h including orphans).
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash and SHABAL-256 with Schnorr Signatures - POW / POS on: August 01, 2015, 05:35:33 PM
I have a question:

It's about AXIOM coin mining. I see there is few folks who mine 20+ KH/s then punch of folks with 2-7 KH/s.

And then there is me who downloaded cpuminer-multi-x64.zip and and using "minerd -a axiom -t 4 -o stratum+tcp://axiom.suprnova.cc:2838 -u username.worker -p x" in .bat file. My mining speed is 0,02 KH/s.

Can anyone tell me what I doing wrong and what I can do to increase my hashing?

For information I have bit above avrage CPU IntelCore i5-4460 CPU @ 3,20 GHz.


Buy more CPUs?

Seriously, you are doing nothing wrong. I get 0.032 Kh/s on my FX-8320 using 4 threads. These people with higher hash rates simply have more processors, either themselves or by renting from services like Amazon EC2.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash and SHABAL-256 with Schnorr Signatures - POW / POS on: August 01, 2015, 05:16:07 PM

Oh Shit sorry to hear mate.. Where did you download the wallet from?

I downloaded the original wallet from the OP. I think that the miner software I downloaded was the cause. It includes a trojan.

Where did you get the miner software from? Someone in an earlier post posted a link to miner software. It looked suspicious and when I downloaded it, Windows smartscreen blocked it. So I just didn't take the risk or running it. This one was supposed to be GUI and not mentioned in OP.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [AXIOM] AxiomMemHash and SHABAL-256 with Schnorr Signatures - POW / POS on: August 01, 2015, 05:41:11 AM
looks like someone grabbed the reddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/axiomcrypto

Not sure if the person checks out. Might want to ask if you can mod it, OP, or create an official subreddit of your own.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Minning in android on: July 29, 2015, 03:21:58 AM
Just off topic:

I'm curious as to what your native language is? This isn't the first time I've seen "minning" used instead of "mining." The first time I saw it a while back, I assumed it was just a mistake. But you seem pretty consistent.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [TUTORIAL] How to Earn 1 Bitcoin in a Week on: July 29, 2015, 03:05:20 AM
So, your trading theory is that every altcoin lower than 100 sats rises automatically within days?  Roll Eyes

It's funny because 2 of his 3 examples are now less than half their value. The third only went from 38 satoshi to 44 satoshi

Quote
NO PONZI, NO HYIP, NO GAMBLING, NO SCAM, NO STRINGS,YOU CAN START THIS TUTORIAL WITH 0 BITCOINS

Trading anything without insider information is gambling. Even if you see high chances and pay attention (some people are good at these things) it doesn't change the fact that it is gambling.

This is also a bit of hype seeing as you built up hype leading up to your article. A non-hyped article would be titled "how to trade alt-coins"

Also, how would I "do faucets" and earn 0.005 btc? I decided to experiment a 2 years ago and bookmarked 10+ faucets, coming back every day to do them and even used tor to get around some ip changes. My result? After a week, something along the lines of double digit satoshis. You either need to expand this section or remove it.
19  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CloudThink.IO removed management pictures after being caught with stealing on: July 16, 2015, 09:13:06 PM
They posted on Reddit and already have 26 upvotes trying to "sell" S5s. If you have a reddit account, please help vote this down and report it. OP was clearly a highjacked/ repurchased account based on the history.

https://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMining/comments/3de0fn/taiwan_farm_upgrades_to_private_custombuilt/
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why don't we create a whole new perfect crypto and call it bitcoin? on: June 06, 2015, 04:11:01 AM

Discuss? like i'm gonna talk to a duck wacking nonsense?

Why stop there? lets make new coin every month and call it bitcoin.

Or maybe you're just not very bright....... ok in lay man term: you're a retard


Let's all ignore this asshole and try to get a discussion going (I literally just went to his history, clicked a random page # in the 50s, didn't scroll down and both posts that were on my screen were him calling someone a dumbass and someone else a dumbass and stupid. Clearly not a very welcoming person.).

On second thought, let's not ignore him and just edit his post instead:

Why stop there? lets make new coin every month and call it bitcoin.

He makes a valid point. I'll admit I haven't been keeping up with alt coins in the past year but I haven't seen anything better that I think would be completely beneficial to be added to Bitcoin if it were to be "done over" so to speak.

Your point #1 and #3, could you expand on exactly what you mean vs how Bitcoin is now?

As for #2, I think it's fine as a layer on top of Bitcoin. It's not something everyone wants or needs. What's everyone's thoughts on the actual complications of creating a coin with this in mind from the beginning?

#4. This is one I disagree with. Faster transaction times would be nice but they also mean more stale shares, higher network requirements and a larger blockchain. Anyone know how this could affect a coin that is used as much as Bitcoin?

On a side note, a common argument I hear against the supposed "faster transactions" in Litecoin is that it would also mean more confirmations would be required to be as secure, therefore negating the point. That said, isn't it better to have one confirmation in 2 minutes vs no confirmations in 2 minutes? On the other side, unless confirmations are within a few seconds, there's no real advantage vs Bitcoin as off-chain/ unconfirmed transactions would still be required for some services (people don't want to wait 2 minutes at a POS terminal or even online just as they don't want to wait 10 minutes. I'd even argue Bitcoin is better off with 10 minute confirmations as it better encourages other solutions. The last humble bundle purchase I made went through within seconds). Does anyone more in tune with the lower level working of Bitcoin know what kind of effects several second confirmations would have on a network such as Bitcoin?
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