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201  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Sia - Decentralized Storage - Working Beta - Currency has been released on: March 15, 2016, 11:41:51 PM
For anyone who isn't on the slack community or IRC (already posted there), here's an optimized CUDA miner. Gets >40% performance improvement on pre-Maxwell, and ~10% improvement on Maxwell GPUs.

I have source and binaries here: https://github.com/Vorksholk/Sia-CUDA-Miner
KlausT also accepted my pull request and compiled his own binaries: https://github.com/KlausT/Sia-CUDA-Miner

The binaries I compiled seem to run a few percent faster (maybe due to compiler flags), but it's within an insignificant margin of error.

If you're building on Ubuntu (and have the CUDA toolkit and the cURL development library installed, of course), something like this should work for 6xx and 7xx cards (plus the Titan, Titan Black, Titan Z, Quadro K5xxx/K6xxx, Tesla K10/20X/40/80):
Code:
g++ network.cpp -std=c++11 -c -lcurl
nvcc -c -std=c++11 -gencode=arch=compute_30,code=\"sm_30,compute_30\" --optimize 3 -Xptxas -dlcm=ca gpu-cuda-miner.cu -lcurl
nvcc -std=c++11 -gencode=arch=compute_30,code=\"sm_30,compute_30\" gpu-miner.cpp network.o gpu-cuda-miner.o -lcurl -o gpu-miner

and Maxwell + future:
Code:
g++ network.cpp -std=c++11 -c -lcurl
nvcc -c -std=c++11 -gencode=arch=compute_52,code=\"sm_52,compute_52\" --optimize 3 -Xptxas -dlcm=ca gpu-cuda-miner.cu -lcurl
nvcc -std=c++11 -gencode=arch=compute_30,code=\"sm_52,compute_52\" gpu-miner.cpp network.o gpu-cuda-miner.o -lcurl -o gpu-miner

Note that the 750 Ti has compute capabilities 5.0, so despite being Maxwell, you'll want to use the older compilation. You can change the "30" in compute_30 and sm_30 to another number depending on your specific card. Check out https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA, and just remove the period from the correct compute capability version that corresponds to your card. Older 5xx cards are compute 2.0 or 2.1.

For reference, a 980 Ti with an overclock to 1500 MHz gets 1850 MH/s.
202  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: March 15, 2016, 11:24:50 PM
What do you believe is the minimum amount of Curecoin in order to stake in a day? I can't seem to stake at all maybe it is my weight?

You have your wallet unlocked for staking, right?

If you're at full 90-day stake weight, I'd guess somewhere around 10k coins split across a bunch of addresses should be staking daily if not more.
203  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: March 15, 2016, 10:35:29 PM
Someone PM'd me to discuss the 1% of first year mintage of SigmaX for folders, so I'd like to open that discussion up to the community.

I'd like to clarify a few points about the relationship between Curecoin and SigmaX:
-SigmaX and Curecoin 2.0 are entirely independent blockchains
-SigmaX will be purely proof of work, using a treechain-friendly hashing algorithm
-Curecoin 2.0 will still launch, likely within two or three weeks of the successful SigmaX full launch
-SigmaX will be the 'bleeding-edge' production test for updates to the Curecoin 2.0 code in the future. Things will go SigmaX testnet -> Curecoin 2.0 testnet -> SigmaX mainnet -> Curecoin 2.0 mainnet
-Curecoin 2.0 will only be mineable through folding

We wanted to premine a small amount of SigmaX and give it out to current holders of Curecoin to reward you guys for sticking with the project. The 1% figure was chosen since we figured that it'd be small enough that the general cryptocurrency community wouldn't be bothered by it.

If people want a larger percentage to go to Curecoin users, there's a few ways to do it:
-Simply premine a larger amount
-Have a permanent or decaying block subsidy for each SigmaX block that pays to a public address we control, and we'd do payouts of that using our traditional pool setup
-Have a larger premine mature gradually in the future, and do periodic payouts from that
-Have a larger premine mature all at one point in the future, and do the payouts at that point

And again, there's no dev fund, IPO/ICO/crowdsale for SigmaX.

204  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: March 15, 2016, 10:22:55 PM

Thanks! Just for clarification to anyone who watches that video, the PoS isn't related to folding, but rather is part of the PoW component.
205  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: March 15, 2016, 10:22:23 PM
Hey everyone, sorry about the radio silence!

The 2.0 code is coming along nicely, but we need to do a larger-scale test of the mini-blockchain + merkle-signature scheme.

The Curecoin developers are planning to launch a beta of "SigmaX," which will be a PoW-only quantum-computer-resistant cryptocurrency, based on the refactored 2.0 code I'm polishing up. We want to stress that
Curecoin is still our primary project, but SigmaX will serve four purposes:
-Non-ghosttown blockchain to test our ideas for 2.0 before launch (primarily looking at scalability of our mini-blockchain implementation)
-Give a quantum-computer-resistant blockchain to people concerned about the centralization of Curecoin 2.0 certificates
-After launch of cc2.0, serve as a production test for updates
-Get exposure for the Curecoin project

SigmaX will have a small (<1% of the first year of mintage) premine, which will be paid to current holders of Curecoin (we'll do a "snapshot" of the Curecoin blockchain at a certain block, and people will sign a message with their curecoin address to redeem their portion of the SigmaX). No dev funds, no IPO/ICO/crowdsale, and any unclaimed part of the premine will be provably burned after a few months.
We'll launch the beta for SigmaX in the next week (testnet), and the full network launch will come a few weeks later.

SigmaX will also use what we call a 'narrowing' hashing function which could make scalable treechains possible in the future. The algorithm will be CPU/GPU mineable, with an OpenCL and CUDA miner available on launch.

Very interesting, can we assume that CC2.0 will be ready some weeks after launch of SigmaX or is there some setback due to certificate system?

Assuming SigmaX launch goes smoothly and no major issues present themselves with the larger network, then CC2.0 is just a matter of replacing the PoW algorithm with certificates, which won't be difficult at all. We'll probably just gather the Curecoin community's opinion on how long we should let SigmaX run to be confident that the network scales well, which I expect will be two or three weeks.
206  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: March 15, 2016, 09:52:51 PM
Hey everyone, sorry about the radio silence!

The 2.0 code is coming along nicely, but we need to do a larger-scale test of the mini-blockchain + merkle-signature scheme.

The Curecoin developers are planning to launch a beta of "SigmaX," which will be a PoW-only quantum-computer-resistant cryptocurrency, based on the refactored 2.0 code I'm polishing up. We want to stress that
Curecoin is still our primary project, but SigmaX will serve four purposes:
-Non-ghosttown blockchain to test our ideas for 2.0 before launch (primarily looking at scalability of our mini-blockchain implementation)
-Give a quantum-computer-resistant blockchain to people concerned about the centralization of Curecoin 2.0 certificates
-After launch of cc2.0, serve as a production test for updates
-Get exposure for the Curecoin project

SigmaX will have a small (<1% of the first year of mintage) premine, which will be paid to current holders of Curecoin (we'll do a "snapshot" of the Curecoin blockchain at a certain block, and people will sign a message with their curecoin address to redeem their portion of the SigmaX). No dev funds, no IPO/ICO/crowdsale, and any unclaimed part of the premine will be provably burned after a few months.
We'll launch the beta for SigmaX in the next week (testnet), and the full network launch will come a few weeks later.

SigmaX will also use what we call a 'narrowing' hashing function which could make scalable treechains possible in the future. The algorithm will be CPU/GPU mineable, with an OpenCL and CUDA miner available on launch.
207  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: January 21, 2016, 01:20:15 AM
Programming projects always seem to take orders of magnitude longer than it seems they should... but here's my optimistic timeline:
2.0.0a5 (PoS testnet update) will hopefully be in private team testing today, and public testnet release tomorrow, on Github and with compiled binaries here.
2.0.0a7 (Code cleanup) will hopefully see public release December 17th. No new (major) features, but the code will be far easier to read and work with. Bug fixes, etc.
2.0.0a9 (Variable difficulty, network timing, more advanced peer seeking mechanisms) will hopefully be public by Jan 3rd.

Hey everyone, 2.0's still chugging along, a tad behind schedule. I'm rolling the plans for the next two public betas (2.0.0a7 and 2.0.0a9) together, because when significantly overhauling the code, I realized it didn't make sense to re-write and optimize things that are going to be removed (such as the static difficulty calculations, some PoW/PoS code chunks, the dead weight of a lot of the block parsing code introduced from bolting PoS onto 2.0.0a3, etc.) so 2.0.0a7 is going to be cleanup + variable difficulty/block timing/peer seeking.

Life is extremely busy, but I'm hoping to have something in public hands in the next few weeks.
208  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: December 29, 2015, 10:55:20 PM
So hows this little sham going? Have we actually folded proteins or just pretending to? Or are we still spending everything on cases of wind and brain control research?

Drug development is a fairly slow process, so there's certainly nothing on the market you can buy today that was the direct result of Folding@Home research.

A few years ago, F@H found several drug candidates which appear promising for Alzheimers, and in 2010 tests were performed on tissue samples. 2011 saw Folding@Home simulate several mutations of the amyloid beta peptide, and is now researching interactions between enzymes and misfolding of Aβ. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jm201332p

A tumor suppressor, p53, responsible for about half of all researched types of cancer, has been researched extensively in the past decade by F@H. Mutations/misfolds of p53 cause the "cancer kill switch" of cells to malfunction, allowing abnormal cells to develop and reproduce. A promising protein which marks cancer cells for the immune system to attack, Interleukin 2, has been researched by the Folding@Home project recently.  Big pharma have previously expressed interest in the compound, but the side effects have been too extreme. Recent findings from Folding@Home of an alternate form of Interleukin 2 which is orders of magnitude more effective and with fewer side effects, has sparked laboratory research from the NIH, who are currently testing it in a variety of tumors, with an end goal of a deliverable medicine. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22446627

They've also made significant contributions to the field by designing, testing, and refining computational approaches to a variety of problems including potential mechanisms for disabling RNase H (an enzyme responsible for helping HIV transcribe genetic information) and designing drugs which modify or disable only targeted cells, enzymes, proteins, etc. https://folding.stanford.edu/home/faq/faq-diseases/

If you'd like to browse through all 129 papers produced by researchers in conjunction with Folding@Home, see here: https://folding.stanford.edu/home/papers/#ntoc100
209  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 09:25:21 AM
There the only ones that showed up highlighted in green .Gave up on solo mining and went back to pool mining over at  supernova and have hit 11 blocks there in the last 30 mins

Yeah, those aren't mined by you though, they're just new blocks on the network.
well on supernova under bock finder it showed i found 11 blocks in the last 30 or 40 min's so i gave up on trying to solo mine Getting around 49KH/s on supernova with my two Opteron 6380's and 20 KH/s with my FX-9590.Going to let them mine for a bit then go back to mining Vanillacoin with my main rig since there isn't a gpu miner out yet

That's quite a few blocks! Looks like suprnova sees (currently) 6 blocks from you https://ar2.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=statistics&action=blockfinder. Are you sure you're reading the correct stuff? At any rate, pool mining is certainly a good idea at this point in time.
210  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin -Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. June 11 2015 Client update on: December 22, 2015, 09:18:34 AM
In the last few days, Google reported that its D-Wave X2 outperforms single-core classical computers by a factor of more than 108 for some traditional optimization problems.

Researchers believe that cracking ECDSA is possible with a modified version of Shor's algorithm. Bitcoin uses 256-bit ECDSA (Secp256k1) for signing transactions, which researchers estimate to require somewhere around 2000 qubits to successfully attack. Google's D-Wave X2 has around 1000 qubits. It's also extremely important to note that this isn't a general-purpose quantum computing, but rather built specifically for quantum annealing, so it isn't capable of implementing Shor's algorithm (or Grover's, for people concerned about mining). Also important to note is that far more qubits may be required for error checking, where tens of physical qubits might be required for each logical qubit.

Of course there's no proof yet that a quantum computer can attack these problems in real life at such a scale, although rudimentary quantum computers have successfully run Shor's algorithm to factor small numbers (which applies directly to RSA, which uses the difficulty of factorization to derive security from).

At any rate, it's great to investigate solutions (like Merkle Trees) that we believe to be impossible for quantum computers to compromise given the pace of development in that field.
211  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 08:10:14 AM
There the only ones that showed up highlighted in green .Gave up on solo mining and went back to pool mining over at  supernova and have hit 11 blocks there in the last 30 mins

Yeah, those aren't mined by you though, they're just new blocks on the network.
212  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 07:42:32 AM
How much time does it take after finding a block for any coin to show up in your wallet when your solo  mining .I'v found more then 30 block's in the last hour but haven't had any coins show up in the wallet yet

30 blocks in an hour is pretty hard to believe--you might not be synced up with the network, which means you're mining at the difficulty of the network at the first block. How many connections do you have?

Shows 11  connections and shows it up to date at block 10941

What's the output of
Code:
argon2d listtransactions

What blocks does it show generated?

"account" : "",
"address" : "4x5JzEJr2nyy3cR8hfqSEiz8g6gvaKvEJc",
"category" : "receive",
"amount" : 2.81337382,
"confirmations" : 58,
"blockhash" : "0000001fdb3518ea7db6f6fa4f7df905ebaeb479f67c1e5fc077e2b52ff9245c",
"blockindex" : 1,
"blocktime" : 1450762942,
"txid" : "41fa1aca2b1525d9a89cd8a1d64653de4781312fd21591e55c918c504a475d89",
"time" : 1450762808,
"timereceived" : 1450762808
},
{
"account" : "",
"address" : "4x5JzEJr2nyy3cR8hfqSEiz8g6gvaKvEJc",
"category" : "receive",
"amount" : 1.52246631,
"confirmations" : 44,
"blockhash" : "0000002554e987e8f29eb861c85e6679d42444911c76c34d01a1812c0d45d986",
"blockindex" : 2,
"blocktime" : 1450764191,
"txid" : "fb94f1f10af0a37cd447bf122f4ccbd23a86fac04ce1783884eaf06884148545",
"time" : 1450764190,
"timereceived" : 1450764190
},
{
"account" : "",
"address" : "4x5JzEJr2nyy3cR8hfqSEiz8g6gvaKvEJc",
"category" : "receive",
"amount" : 2.63361736,
"confirmations" : 35,
"blockhash" : "0000002b11b42c5618bddab4f825c48ba0d9b1164e482898d6998883989e8b66",
"blockindex" : 2,
"blocktime" : 1450764758,
"txid" : "bfe5c95e5f934f6d7dfa6fba02db731cf30a50c582e711feaec7e052d9f4fd7e",
"time" : 1450764614,
"timereceived" : 1450764614
}
]
 just showing what i sent to it from supernova pool

Where are you seeing the 30 blocks you solo mined?


In the miner it's self  last  few block's are

 [2015-12-21 23:01:28] argon2 block 10956, diff 0.02, net 1278.06 kH/s
[
[2015-12-21 23:01:49] argon2 block 10957, diff 0.02, net 1277.66 kH/s


[2015-12-21 23:02:24] argon2 block 10958, diff 0.02, net 1315.84 kH/s

[
[2015-12-21 23:02:31] argon2 block 10959, diff 0.02, net 1325.47 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:02:59] argon2 block 10960, diff 0.02, net 1331.42 kH/s


[
[2015-12-21 23:03:35] argon2 block 10961, diff 0.02, net 1336.31 kH/s
[
[2015-12-21 23:07:08] argon2 block 10966, diff 0.02, net 1344.71 kH/s
[/s
[
[2015-12-21 23:07:42] argon2 block 10967, diff 0.02, net 1335.97 kH/s
[2015-12-21 23:07:47] CPU #14: 2599.69 H/ss
[2015-12-21 23:07:49] argon2 block 10968, diff 0.02, net 1351.65 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:01:28] argon2 block 10956, diff 0.02, net 1278.06 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:01:49] argon2 block 10957, diff 0.02, net 1277.66 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:02:24] argon2 block 10958, diff 0.02, net 1315.84 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:02:31] argon2 block 10959, diff 0.02, net 1325.47 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:02:59] argon2 block 10960, diff 0.02, net 1331.42 kH/s


[2015-12-21 23:03:35] argon2 block 10961, diff 0.02, net 1336.31 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:03:40] CPU #12: 2619.57 H/s
[2015-12-21 23:07:08] argon2 block 10966, diff 0.02, net 1344.71 kH/s


[2015-12-21 23:07:42] argon2 block 10967, diff 0.02, net 1335.97 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:07:49] argon2 block 10968, diff 0.02, net 1351.65 kH/s

[2015-12-21 23:08:22] CPU #23: 2512.20 H/s
[2015-12-21 23:08:24] argon2 block 10969, diff 0.02, net 1364.83 kH/s


[2015-12-21 23:08:24] argon2 block 10969, diff 0.02, net 1364.83 kH/s

That's the network mining blocks, not you. It's updating to the latest block.
213  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 06:59:06 AM
How much time does it take after finding a block for any coin to show up in your wallet when your solo  mining .I'v found more then 30 block's in the last hour but haven't had any coins show up in the wallet yet

30 blocks in an hour is pretty hard to believe--you might not be synced up with the network, which means you're mining at the difficulty of the network at the first block. How many connections do you have?

Shows 11  connections and shows it up to date at block 10941

What's the output of
Code:
argon2d listtransactions

What blocks does it show generated?

"account" : "",
"address" : "4x5JzEJr2nyy3cR8hfqSEiz8g6gvaKvEJc",
"category" : "receive",
"amount" : 2.81337382,
"confirmations" : 58,
"blockhash" : "0000001fdb3518ea7db6f6fa4f7df905ebaeb479f67c1e5fc077e2b52ff9245c",
"blockindex" : 1,
"blocktime" : 1450762942,
"txid" : "41fa1aca2b1525d9a89cd8a1d64653de4781312fd21591e55c918c504a475d89",
"time" : 1450762808,
"timereceived" : 1450762808
},
{
"account" : "",
"address" : "4x5JzEJr2nyy3cR8hfqSEiz8g6gvaKvEJc",
"category" : "receive",
"amount" : 1.52246631,
"confirmations" : 44,
"blockhash" : "0000002554e987e8f29eb861c85e6679d42444911c76c34d01a1812c0d45d986",
"blockindex" : 2,
"blocktime" : 1450764191,
"txid" : "fb94f1f10af0a37cd447bf122f4ccbd23a86fac04ce1783884eaf06884148545",
"time" : 1450764190,
"timereceived" : 1450764190
},
{
"account" : "",
"address" : "4x5JzEJr2nyy3cR8hfqSEiz8g6gvaKvEJc",
"category" : "receive",
"amount" : 2.63361736,
"confirmations" : 35,
"blockhash" : "0000002b11b42c5618bddab4f825c48ba0d9b1164e482898d6998883989e8b66",
"blockindex" : 2,
"blocktime" : 1450764758,
"txid" : "bfe5c95e5f934f6d7dfa6fba02db731cf30a50c582e711feaec7e052d9f4fd7e",
"time" : 1450764614,
"timereceived" : 1450764614
}
]
 just showing what i sent to it from supernova pool

Where are you seeing the 30 blocks you solo mined?
214  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 06:49:09 AM
How much time does it take after finding a block for any coin to show up in your wallet when your solo  mining .I'v found more then 30 block's in the last hour but haven't had any coins show up in the wallet yet

30 blocks in an hour is pretty hard to believe--you might not be synced up with the network, which means you're mining at the difficulty of the network at the first block. How many connections do you have?

Shows 11  connections and shows it up to date at block 10941

What's the output of
Code:
argon2d listtransactions

What blocks does it show generated?
215  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 06:39:47 AM
How much time does it take after finding a block for any coin to show up in your wallet when your solo  mining .I'v found more then 30 block's in the last hour but haven't had any coins show up in the wallet yet

30 blocks in an hour is pretty hard to believe--you might not be synced up with the network, which means you're mining at the difficulty of the network at the first block. How many connections do you have?
216  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 12:46:34 AM
For anyone wanting to run testz's miner on Linux, WINE worked fine for me.

On Ubuntu 14.04:
Code:
sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wine1.7

Then you can just run the cpuminer:

Code:
wine cpuminer.exe -a argon2 -o stratum+tcp://ar2.suprnova.cc:7095 -u username.worker -p password -t threads

If you have a high-core-count system, I'd recommend running multiple different instances of cpuminer, each restricted to several cores, as I've found I can get 50%+ more performance running several smaller instances each restricetd to a small number of cores:

Code:
sudo apt-get install util-linux

taskset -c 0,1,2,3 wine cpuminer.exe -a argon2 -o stratum+tcp://ar2.suprnova.cc:7095 -u username.worker -p password -t 4
taskset -c 4,5,6,7 wine cpuminer.exe -a argon2 -o stratum+tcp://ar2.suprnova.cc:7095 -u username.worker -p password -t 4
And so-on and so-forth. Screen is useful here.

Also renting mining power for 0.000017 BTC/kH/hour if anyone's interested.
217  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 12:25:10 AM
Argon2 optimized miner (x10+ faster):
https://www.bitteaser.com/press-releases/?title=1


Works wonderfully, getting about 3.7x the speed of the previous miner. Donation address?

Also, for anyone curious, I ran wireshark for five minutes in the background with nothing but the miner running, and nothing looked suspicious. That being said, that's no guarantee that it's safe--maybe it didn't find what it was looking for, maybe it waits for a longer time, who knows. But based on 5 minutes of network recording, everything looks vanilla. Smiley



Excellent! 3.7x it's not too much, maybe your get more if you run miner longer.
Donation address you can find here https://www.bitteaser.com/press-releases/?title=1
Thanks in advance.

Thanks for checking with wireshark. I value my reputation, so it's not in my interest publishing crap for community.
PS: Sure I will publish the sources in few days after some cleanup.


Thanks! Sent some coins Smiley

Didn't notice your post count/activity when I first commented, hence a bit more paranoia. Miner's working extremely well!
218  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 22, 2015, 12:10:28 AM
Argon2 optimized miner (x10+ faster):
https://www.bitteaser.com/press-releases/?title=1


Works wonderfully, getting about 3.7x the speed of the previous miner. Donation address?

Also, for anyone curious, I ran wireshark for five minutes in the background with nothing but the miner running, and nothing looked suspicious. That being said, that's no guarantee that it's safe--maybe it didn't find what it was looking for, maybe it waits for a longer time, who knows. But based on 5 minutes of network recording, everything looks vanilla. Smiley As always, VMs are a great way to protect yourself.

219  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 21, 2015, 11:01:47 PM
Renting hashing power at 0.000065 BTC/kH/hour (about $0.028).

Thanks to testz's (way) faster miner, I'm renting hashing power at 0.000017 BTC/kH/hour.
220  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AR2] Argon2Coin new PoW algo, CPU friendly on: December 21, 2015, 05:52:37 AM
hello there, i would give anyone 500 creditbit coin for helping me setup miner for argon2 to supernova pool, use the teamviewer. any help please? i got 1 R280x. and BTW were there any rental rig could be use for this coin?

There's no GPU miner at the moment, but you can use the CPU miner floating around Smiley
could you help with cpu miner, been mining using wallet, but now no block to found

What OS are you on?
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