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581  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin - Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. True 3.0 crypto on: May 18, 2014, 03:04:54 AM

Hey Stedsm, you entered the team number wrong! http://fah-web2.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&username=Stedsm You put 2244970 rather than 224497.

DUH Embarrassed  I made the correction in the client,anything else I should do..

Nope, give me a CUR address and I'll send you a few coins for your un-credited WUs. Smiley
582  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin - Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. True 3.0 crypto on: May 18, 2014, 01:27:22 AM


Ignore the transfers.


A - not sure about folding @ home showing that many work units - would ignore the number of work units


I would wait another day to give cryptobullion pools time to update itself points wise - did you keep caps the same?

Ok,no hurry.

F@H
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Hey Stedsm, you entered the team number wrong! http://fah-web2.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&username=Stedsm You put 2244970 rather than 224497.
583  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin - Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. True 3.0 crypto on: May 17, 2014, 11:05:58 PM
hmmm i doubled my score since yesterday but cryptobullion says : no its 1/10 of yesterday ....
pls more transparency

Current Payout Est. [Pay Per Point]
0.613677 CUR

seems bad while i completed 1 70000 WU and 1 130000 WU

I'm seeing you with around 16 CUR predicted payout:

http://stats.curecoinfolding.com/daily.html

That is of course estimated, and it may be a day or two for you to get fully paid out for those WUs.
584  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin - Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. True 3.0 crypto on: May 17, 2014, 05:03:14 PM
As a point of clarification, we aren't making any investment advice. If we say anything about the markets, it's purely speculation, and purely a personal opinion, and should never be taken as investment advice. We're about protein folding, distributed computing, and the research and scientific progress which come as a result.

This is crypto. People will gain money, people will loose money, exchanges disappear, pools shut down. Practice safe investments--don't invest more money than you can afford to lose, never leave your coins in the hands of others if you can avoid it. We're not making any market predictions, and anything we say is based off of our own personal beliefs, which could certainly be incorrect. Do your research before investing, and think logically about anything you do--how could this go wrong? Is this the best choice for my money?

By investing or being involved in Curecoin, there's no particular promise about guaranteed profits or limited risk. We can't control the markets, we can't ensure profitability. We can ensure that, while participating, you are doing something good for humanity. Whether you purchase Curecoins and make the price go up, or point computing power at Folding@Home, you are helping to further research on some of society's most troubling problems--Cancer, Huntington's, Alzheimer's, Diabetes, etc. Whether the market goes up or down--that's economics. That's risk.
585  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]CureCoin - Earn while you solve cures for Cancer. True 3.0 crypto on: May 17, 2014, 04:13:17 PM
You guys do realize the Dev has also said the coins are paid out a little at a time. OVER TIME> allowing everything to still grow... also if you guys do not know how investments work.. the people in the beggining always gain big profit. in any investment matter. Infact most global elites will not invest unless they get 10-100 times their profit. keep that in mind. there not going to be sold because of how rare they are going to be. PEOPLE ARE JUST TRYING TO MAKE YOU DUMP YOUR COIN BECAUSE THEY GOT IN TO LATE AND NOW CANNOT AFFORD TO BUY 10k WORTH....
As always have a nice day. keep folding we did 184m ppd yesterday nice work guys.


Hey Fifth, rumor has it you speced-out an awesome build around $10k for folding for fun, and I missed it! What kind of build were you talking about?

Also folding is going incredibly well Cheesy
586  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 17, 2014, 04:05:14 PM
We've raised a bounty of 150CURE for a new logo/coin image, that's 0.585BTC at current prices! (0.0039 at poloniex).  That's an excellent bounty.  We need to drum up some more awareness about the bounty.  Maybe a dedicated thread about it here in the altcoin section?  Entrants could post their entries in the thread and we can provide feedback there, to help keep the thread visible and to encourage more entrants.

Edit:  I'm creating another thread for this now.

what? this is the stuff the 3% premine should be covering right?

One would think the dev funds from the premine should definitely cover this but the the devs didn't go ahead and create the bounty, so the community stepped up to get things done more quickly.  The Dev funds should pay for this, but we needed to get things moving.  One of the devs pledged 100CURE to the bounty, he didn't say if that was from the dev fund or from his personal holdings.  Anyway the funds are there and the either way the logo contest can go proceed.

The 100 CUR is from my personal holdings.
587  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 17, 2014, 05:55:44 AM
Hey guys! Appears the daily and hourly stats pages we made are working well, so here they are!

http://stats.curecoinfolding.com/

They will change, we'll add some small additions this weekend and/or next week. Note that estimated payouts are... well... estimated. Predicted. Etc.

Thank you for this - it would be nice if this could be added to cryptobullionpools.com Smiley


Current estimated PPD - 206 million great job guys!!!

Yup, definitely the next step! Smiley
588  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: PRE [ANN] CureCoin development continues.... on: May 17, 2014, 05:51:58 AM
How to fold on Linux GPU? Guide is only for windows CPU.

Unfortunately, unless you want to run a WINE emulation, Linux can only fold with NVidia hardware. Are you on ATI cards or NVidia?
589  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [CURE] Illustrated Protein Folding EC2 Setup Guide: 300k PPD per Server! on: May 17, 2014, 05:51:13 AM
Wow, if these 0.35/h prices are correct it seems to me like renting these is highly profitable? Has anyone tried using this?

The $0.35/hr is actually a few cents higher than I'm currently paying ($0.29/hr right now). It's fairly profitable currently, but also a great way to acquire CUR right now Smiley
590  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [CURE] Illustrated Protein Folding EC2 Setup Guide: 300k PPD per Server! on: May 17, 2014, 05:50:24 AM
Has anyone tried this on the g2.2xlarge instances? I tried and it looks like the Nvidia drivers aren't the correct ones. I don't know enough about linux to fix that myself, even after some googling. The g2.2xlarge spot instances are less than half the price of the c3.8xlarge ones, so I was just interested in seeing how they compared.


Good question!!! The GRID GPUs are fairly low performance for the price. LasersHurt did a test run of these and got really low PPD numbers, so c3.8xlarge or cc2.8xlarge with BigAdv is the way to go.
591  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 17, 2014, 04:01:26 AM
Hey guys! Appears the daily and hourly stats pages we made are working well, so here they are!

http://stats.curecoinfolding.com/

They will change, we'll add some small additions this weekend and/or next week. Note that estimated payouts are... well... estimated. Predicted. Etc.
592  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 13, 2014, 09:26:24 PM
Can someone please explain how the point calculation work in the folding App??

when the bar hits 100% it downloads a new package, yet my points balance remains at 0.

i figured we get a fixed points per fold and then some coins in respect with the total of other folders points in that day....

am i wrong? how many folds grant a point?

After submitting a folding WU, it can take up to 24 hours for the pool to account for your shares. Smiley

Does anyone know how the POS works with curecoin, I can't seem to find details anywhere

30 days before PoS mintage is possible. 90 days until it is in full force.

Can someone explain the pools?
Are they using SHA256 (so asics only) ?

ASICs are the only hardware that can efficiently mine, however GPUs and CPUs can earn the lion's share of coins by protein folding. 80% of the daily payouts go to CPU/GPU folders, while the other 20% or so are awarded by mining blocks in the blockchain.

Just a quick question, is folding safe on a laptop? (Temperature wise) Since I've heard the DEV saying it is cooler and uses less energy.

Be careful! The hardware in most standard laptops isn't powerful enough to compete with desktop hardware, and the heat generated by laptops generally isn't dispersed as well. If you have a gaming laptop, you might have better luck, but keep an eye on those temperatures. CoreTemp'll come in handy. Smiley

Can someone explain the pools?
Are they using SHA256 (so asics only) ?
folding proteins with GPU gives you coins as well

"folding proteins with GPU gives you coins as well"

no it doesn't at least from here - i folded 3 days on 5 rigs and not a single coin came through to CryptoBullionPools

and no replies from their support email cryptobullionmining@gmail.com

have moved off this now - i earned a few coins from the SHA, but the folding is a joke

Did you sign up with the exact same username for f@h and for the pools? What FAH username are you using?

Hey anyone can explain me the link between Active Clients, WU and points?

Sure!! Active Clients are individual computers who have connected in the last x days (7 and 50 on the stats page). A WU is a workunit. Depending on the type, they can be worth anywhere from around 80 points to up over 500,000. The larger-point WUs take more time to compute, and some are only available for certain types of hardware. For example, a simple CPU project like 2968 can be worth upwards of 1207 points, a GPU project like 13001 can be worth upwards of 17123 points, and a BigAdv (Beefy CPU, we're talking 16 or more physical cores) like an 8101 can earn upwards of 22607 points. However, due to QRB, that 2968 unit could be worth, say, 15000 points, that 13001 WU could count for 40,000 points, and that BigAdv, with good enough hardware, could hit into the 400k range. Points are awarded, as mentioned, based on the difficulty and timeliness in which a WU is returned. Quickly returning a WU can increase the points it is worth by a factor of 10 or more in some scenarios.

How are the payouts per MH/s for the folding pool?

The MH/s stat on the folding pool is just a graphical glitch heldover from old bootstrap pool code.

Am I the only one using cryptobullionpools.com?  I've pressed the "cash out" button to claim my curecoins, but 24hrs later it still hasn't been deposited to my wallet.  When i logged back in this morning the curecoin balance is still in the pool?  Seems like the pool is broken...I contacted the dev of the pool last night and am waiting for a response, but in the meantime, id rather not fold if the pool is not working!!

Your coins are certainly being counted, however the pool is currently only doing payouts on intervals. Set an automatic payout Smiley

Am I the only one using cryptobullionpools.com?  I've pressed the "cash out" button to claim my curecoins, but 24hrs later it still hasn't been deposited to my wallet.  When i logged back in this morning the curecoin balance is still in the pool?  Seems like the pool is broken...I contacted the dev of the pool last night and am waiting for a response, but in the meantime, id rather not fold if the pool is not working!!

hi - can i ask how long did it take to show you had coins on cryptobullionpools.com?  I have had '0.0 KH' for 3 days but it did show you coins it just won't payout?  I had no response from support either

Does your name at f@h and the cryptobullion match exactly? Meaning upper and lower case also?

What is your username at F@H?

hi - yes, the f@h and cryptobullion match.  my f@h user is here: http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=224497&username=fromaster

the f@h side is showing data, just the pool is eerily silent.


Hey! Just checked your stats on my backend stat collection system, looks like you got nearly 250k points being counted in this payout roll.

Am I the only one using cryptobullionpools.com?  I've pressed the "cash out" button to claim my curecoins, but 24hrs later it still hasn't been deposited to my wallet.  When i logged back in this morning the curecoin balance is still in the pool?  Seems like the pool is broken...I contacted the dev of the pool last night and am waiting for a response, but in the meantime, id rather not fold if the pool is not working!!

hi - can i ask how long did it take to show you had coins on cryptobullionpools.com?  I have had '0.0 KH' for 3 days but it did show you coins it just won't payout?  I had no response from support either

Does your name at f@h and the cryptobullion match exactly? Meaning upper and lower case also?

What is your username at F@H?

yes, my username is exactly the same Smiley.... I am able to see a balance within the pool, but for some reason the balance wont cash out.  I've used many pools in the past and have never had problems cashing out.  I even went as far to try different browsers on different computers, but still no luck

Try setting an auto-payout, that seems to be working well.

the amount of coins paid out needs to be upped. I mean for 5 rigs each approx 300ppd you are getting perhaps 15 coins a day? how can 1 btc donation get you 700 days mining ? crazy.I suggest amount of cure coins x 10 now and up the coins per day paid out.
I get what you mean. But i look at it differently.

#1) Amount of coins totalld daily is (aprox...rounding numbers)  7.1k a/day folding.
And 6 (10min blocks) x 24 (hours) x13(shablockreward) = 1872  ---->(+7.1k) so aprox 10k cure a day total released. Meaning the inital investors get about 1 days worth of mining coins releases..

#2 The inital IPO was long time ago, back when bitcoin wasnt worth what it is today. So makes sense that their investment should get rewarded as they could have also made a lot if not investing it / saying goodbye to their btc for a year.

Fyi, im not an investor. Wish i was but back then i didnt even know what a bitcoin was. Just saying there are different perspectives to consider.

Yeah, I'll admit that the IPO stake was quite large, and if I were to ever do a similar project I would certainly adjust it, but the people were taking on quite some risk exposure, and had their BTC locked up for quite a while. I can certainly understand people's negativity towards it though.

If I want to fold on different PCs, can I use same username/passkey ?

Yup!

With a 270x I'm getting very poor performance.  gpu:0:Hawaii [Radeon R9 200 series].  In the work queue the ETA on the gpu is 10 days while my cpu is about 2 and a half hours.  Any suggestions?  Is my card just not powerful enough for this type of work?

Was this resolved? Sometimes waiting a few hours can fix this.

Glad to see the coin launched! Sad I missed the launch day but it is what it is.

My question is that I keep getting a message on all of my CGMiner that says something like "Share rejected due to target". I didn't write it down fast enough and now I have an error message that says "Worker temporarily banned". MY HW shows 0 so I don't think my intensity is too high. I use a bunch of AMD r9 280x's

Any help would be greatly appreciated! I'd love to get this project rolling.

You can't mine with GPU.  You have to do folding@home - but its not like normal coin where you can see what you are earning, you have to wait apparently - so far I am waiting 3 days on 8 rigs and all i get is this:



i don't know if the setup is wrong, am i wasting my time, i am listed on the F@H list but from what i can see nothing is going into coins - and people saying 'just wait its for a good cause' then why isn't there at least a message on the pool telling me this?  why show KH = 0 if it doesn't work like that lol?

also not getting any support - i did got one reply saying 'i saw this is fixed now' and nothing since??

to the people insulting everyone who is asking these questions and calling them stupid - try to understand coins are built around incentives - folding is not the incentive to miners, coins are the incentive to miners.  its like that whole incentive structure has been taken out of here and you are disconnected, after 3 days with nothing back right now this feels more like a folding project with a coin strapped on that doesn't work properly, everyone is so excited about the folding team performance what about the coins i am supposed to be spending my $ on lol?HuhHuhHuh

before you accuse me of trolling, this is actually good advice - sort your coins / support side out please, this is what the coin's success relies on.




Did any coins appear in your cryptobullionpools.com account with the last payout? What's your folding username, and your cryptobullionpools username?

I'm folding with ~110k PPD
But in the teamlist it only shows 50k PPD http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=teampage&teamnum=224497
Why is there so a big difference?

The stats shown on that linked page are total points, not points per day. It appears you have submitted a total of around 50,000 points worth of WUs so far. Smiley

To the curecoin team or Cryptobullion.  I still haven't received my coins to my wallet.  See thumbnail below


Sorry about the delay! Try setting an automatic payout, the pool appears to be having some sort of issue processing manual withdrawals.


I joined up on https://cure.united-miners.com/ and in about 3 hours my earnings (5 280x's) show 0.00583118. This having been said, I'm not in it for making a ton of money. I used to do a lot of folding @ home long before cryptocurrency. I am debating on starting up folding at home again since there is some extra money to be made doing it now.

As for the people saying you can't gpu mine Curecoin, please advise me on this. It would seem it is working fine thus far on my 2 rigs. I understand asic makes it way less profitable in comparison, but I'm not after making a ton of money. Just above breaking even is fine. Even tho I plan on sitting on the coins for quite a while regardless. Thanks

Are you mining with those GPUs by doing actual hashing? If so, that power would be much better spent doing folding Smiley

Why are 800k+ coins for dev?
Isn't that a bit much compared to the low supply of ~10k coins per day?!

Yes.

At current exchange rates (I'm seeing .01BTC on bittrex right now) that's 8000BTC, or roughly $3.6m if he could get someone to buy all of them.  I'd like to see someone fork this project with zero premine and have the blocks pay out 80% to fold, 20% to miner, in much the same way devcoin does it.  And also, there is no good reason not to merge mine this.

The thing is, nobody had any idea what each curecoin would be worth until people started trading them. Their value is only just beginning to be determined, and we only have a few low volume trades to go by at this point, which may end up being meaningless in the long term. It could turn out that 800k cure do end up being worth millions or billions, and if so, I'm sure the devs have a plan for what they will do with all the extra at some point. No one has said that they are going to necessarily dump them for cash and keep it all for themselves.

Compared with the rarity of this coin (65 coins/10min such as Bitcoin) and the good idea behind this coin, it's pretty sure that the value for 1 CURE will be at least between 0.01 - 0.005 maybe even 0.1 BTC if it's successful. With knowing this I don't like it that 3 persons own 800k of this coin, that's simply to much. Although they have good aims. After 1 year there will be only ~3.6million CURE mined, so the devs still own more than 20% of the coin after 1 year.

And you can't tell me, that if this coin will be successful they won't dump them. Greed is a part of human nature and if they can become millionaires with this coin, I don't think they will relinquish it and rather continue to work on this coin.

He didn't even invest 1200$ of his own money, but the earned money from the IPO to get this coin started.

PS: I don't wanna say that the devs don't have good intenions with this coin, but greed is always greater than good intentions.

That's why I call for the devcoin approach.  I don't mind if he gets 3% of the coins.  Hell, I'd rather he have 10% of the coins, but only have them paid out as they're mined.  

+1
This would be a much better idea.

We understand the concerns. I suppose at this point, unless someone proposes some kind of alternate solution, it'll have to be based on trust. We did actually put in some of our own money, I threw about $2500 at it early on in the project. I'd be interested in some sort of 'lockaway' of the funds to ensure they're only paid out at the expected rate to devs, but I don't see a cryptographically-provable way to do that. If anyone has any proposals, I'm all ears Smiley

So, in other altcoins you don't think ASIC resistance is a feature?  

One of the factors that makes a coin valuable is the number of users/holders, i.e. the distribution.  The more people that hold a coin, the more value it has, usually.  If more people can be involved in the mining or folding process due to Curecoin being 80% ASIC proof then that makes for a stronger foundation of support for the project.  

In altcoins where the possible options are that asics are met with 1. adoption or 2. resistance, it could be considered a feature.

In a coin that has NOTHING to do with asics except for the negation of, it's not a feature. It's a non-topic.

"Asic resistance" is a buzz word. No one cares about it. I guess not no one. You do. You and everyone else that feels the need to define the negation of something that doesn't exist in the first place, hence (once again) why I said it was redundant. Not wrong. Redundant. Actually, "asic resistant" is wrong and "asic proof" is redundant.

Agreed for sure on the technicality of ASIC-resistiveness, however seeing that a project, or part of a project is ASIC-resistant, is of course attractive to people with consumer-grade hardware Smiley

Hardware question - I switched off of the united pool since that was an asic pool apparently. I followed the guide here http://www.curecoin.us/index.php?topic=9.0 and everything is working but my GPU's all show 0% usage in afterburner. The slowest CPU I have (old AMD Tri-core) is killing all of my GPU's @ folding so something is wrong on my side. I did verify the cards are all using Core_17.  1 Nvidia GTX 590 and 6 R9 280x's should not be beat by a tri-core cpu!

Any ideas guys? Or have another link to get GPU's folding? I would really appreciate it. And for the "It's not worth it people", just stay quiet. I'm not in it for making a ton of money. My family is riddled with genetic diseases so helping in this way gives me a chubby.

Hey! GPUs can take up to 20 minutes after first getting assigned a WU to start actually running. Some projects have stuff that must be done on the CPU before the GPU portion can begin. Did this issue resolve itself? If not, hop into IRC (webchat.freenode.net #curecoin) and shoot me a message, and we can work on it in real-time there Smiley Might want to consider scaling back the cpu folding so you don't choke the GPUs. Smiley

I followed the instructions in the OP and got my CPU + GPU folding. However, when I checked the After Burner, it showed that all GPU are at 0% usage, is it normal?

See above comment, did this resolve? If not, hop into IRC and I'll get you fixed up Smiley

For anyone wondering about the payout delays and such, I'll tell you how mine worked for an example.

I started folding on May 10th and my work units usually take about 15 hours so probably completed some time May 11th (I was not home for the weekend so wasn't monitoring and don't remember exact time I started folding or ETA).

Yesterday, May 12th, during the afternoon (~19:00 UTC), on cryptobullionpools, I was seeing my PPD (120k) and expected payout (~24.7 CURE), and had an account balance of 0.000...CUR.

At 23:00 UTC last night (May 12th) my account was credited with the exact amount expected (24.67...), and I performed a cash out.

I just received my cash-out to my wallet at 18:00 UTC today (May 13th). Also, cryptobullionpools is showing 100k PPD for the day and an expected payout of ~11 coins. Account balance is 0.

So it seems accounts are credited at 23:00 UTC for work completed >24 hours earlier, and cashouts are handled at 18:00 UTC.

Thanks for the log! Those times look correct, though for anyone reading this in the future know that it may change as we modify the payout pool.

how many exchanges are there for this at the moment? Also anyone else been mining for 3 days with no coins?

Do your username on the pool (cryptobullionpools.com) and f@h match?


Cool, I'm in the Top 40 folders on CryptoBulllions !!

May start getting some real coins soon !

Really hope the Dev team start promoting this and getting the word out there t deserves to succeed so much more than most of the other Cryptos
Welcome aboard! Smiley

So my cards are doing around 45k each. R9 270 and gtx 770. Is that ok? The gtx770s gpu usage jumps from 50-99%. Cpu is 2500k. The radeon is fixed at 99% usage.

Those might be slightly lower than normal, 770 should be getting around 70k-90k on Core 17, but if you got assigned Core 15 WUs, that sounds like a normal speed for that card.
593  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 12, 2014, 04:13:28 AM
I've been folding for 24hrs using Cryptobullions pool and haven't gotten a single coin.  When are coins dispersed?
Me too  Huh I quit now.

The pool can take up to a maximum of 24 hours after a WU is submitted to be accounted for. After 24 hours, the workunit should show up in both stanford's stats (within an hour for them, usually) and on cryptobullionpools. They will then be counted for the following payout. Smiley
594  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [CURE] Illustrated Protein Folding EC2 Setup Guide: 300k PPD per Server! on: May 12, 2014, 03:12:20 AM
Added pictures. In response to the above, EC2 has a TON of servers, and it's very likely folders won't be competing for spot instances. This is more expensive per point than GPU folding, assuming you already have the hardware, of course.
595  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 11, 2014, 09:52:15 PM
Is it normal that two out of four gpus are stuck at 99.99% for half a day ? the other two are finishing projects and starting new things from 0% but those two just stay at 99.99% forever Huh

I find that happening occasionally when I leave a folder on for more than week or two without a reboot. Try rebooting your system. Smiley
596  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 11, 2014, 03:04:58 PM
hands down the greatest innovation in mining history.  Why mine for anything other then a cure?  All coins should find a way to be payouts for folding.

my son has type 1 diabetes. If mining this can help find a cure for that then I am all in. awesome work you guys, good to be happy about a crypto project for once.


Welcome aboard! You might be interested in checking out the Chrome extension, the current project being assigned for those is folding for human islet amyloid polypeptide, which is a hormone for glycemic balance in the pancreas.
597  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 11, 2014, 03:00:52 PM


I love that they show what the work goes towards.

Hey, it appears that your GPUs are slow. Since this post was a few hours ago, did the folding catch up and start performing a lot better, or would you like some help troubleshooting those?
598  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 11, 2014, 02:59:25 PM
@Vorksholk
How much is the total supply of Curecoin? Unlimited?
Are there any reference values for PPD with 280x gpus?

There is no hard limit to the number of curecoins, however a set amount (7488 until the block halving in 4 years) is paid out per day for folding. As the coin is PoS, the total network value will continue to grow.



There isn't a specific reference yet, however a 280x is basically a 7970, which should be earning somewhere around 120-160k PPD.
599  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ANN CureCoin is launched 5/10/2014 on: May 11, 2014, 02:58:46 PM
Hi questions from a noob :

-In the f@h client, what should I do when one of my gpu is showing in red with failed written on it?
-I have 2 absolutly identical rigs, why one is showing 300k ppd and the other only 90k? The only difference I see is the number of the project, one is working on 9406, the other is working on 9408.
-When ppd points are credited from f@h to curecoin account? 2500k ppd done and zero showing on my account...

Thank you


Hey Daliss! The update from f@h to the Curecoin folding pool (cryptobullionpools.com) occurs once every 24 hours. Smiley

For your rigs, those projects are very similar, and shouldn't be showing that discrepancy. Has this changed? If not, check the logs, and manually calculate the TPF by looking at the difference between timestamps on two messages from the same FS0x saying a new percent has completed, and compare that to the other rig. If those are similar, you should be fine and the PPD calculation is just off for now. If they are drastically different, then one machine is running significantly slower.

For a failed GPU, try restarting the computer, though that sounds like the driver is reporting a bad/failing GPU. Does mining work alright on that card?
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When is the payout @ cryptobullionpools.com done? is it every 24h @ a specific time every day?

So far I have done 20 WU, but score is 0, How long does it take to get some points?

Yup, done once ever 24 hours, the next payout will be around 2am EST.
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