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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Binary-Chain - VeriCoin and Verium - The First Dual-Blockchain Protocol on: September 17, 2020, 06:14:53 PM
@minerja @xinzer0

The short answer: Not yet.  

The long answer: The VRM and VRC wallets will eventually be combined, they just aren't yet.  The binary chain is also still under development, so you won't be able to gain VRC from mining VRM at this time.  When binary chain is released, that will work, just not yet.  ETA, not sure, but there is a large push to get there.

I mean, you can send VRM to a VRC address, but you won't be able to see those coins, since the wallets aren't currently designed to handle the other coin.  If you send VRC to a VRM wallet, you would have to take that VRM wallet.dat and open it in a VRC wallet to see the coins.

As for the promises made, they were definitely lofty goals still being worked on.  VRC or VRM isn't dead by any means though, with a VRM (Verium) 1.3.1 wallet just being released (Sept 16th, 2020 - which is a HUGE release) and paves a lot of the way forward to the combined wallet and the binary chain.

I mean, check out these release notes for 1.3.0 and 1.3.1:
https://github.com/VeriumReserve/verium/blob/master/doc/release-notes/release-notes-1.3.0.md
https://github.com/VeriumReserve/verium/blob/master/doc/release-notes/release-notes-1.3.1.md

Here you can find the release for the new Verium 1.3.1 wallet:
https://github.com/VeriumReserve/verium/releases

Here you can find a docker image for the Verium 1.3.1 wallet:
https://hub.docker.com/r/vericonomy/veriumd

Development is moving along quite well.  There are multiple active projects on the go to improve both the community experience, the infrastructure to support the project, and updating the codebase to achieve the lofty goals of the project.  Its the same project, but definitely with a renewed sense of passion and excitement.  A lot of the communication goes on the slack channel, but more effort is being made to disseminate this information to the various areas around the web, including this forum.  http://slack.vericoin.info if you want to join.

Thanks for that.
My issue, is that it was stated that you could do it, ie it already existed, and this coin is now 2 years old, plenty of time to fix it....
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][GAP] Gapcoin - Prime Gap Search - New Math Algo - CPU / GPU - Zero Premine on: September 17, 2020, 06:12:09 PM

I’m ; I ; I ; I ; I ; I ; but I ; I ; I ; I ; I’m ; I ;
and will not comment anymore on this thread unless [...]

I ; my ; I ; I’d ; but I ;

WTF with you ? Please respect your words and Shut Up definitely, troll.

Thanks, Wizz.

Stfu. I’ve been involved with this coin for years. I was asked to leave the thread and my response is I will not intrude anymore unless a comment is directed to me.

Don’t address a comment to me, moron, and I will not respond.

Edit to add

Very clever ploy trying to make it look like I am the one acting entirely in self interest.

A bunch of people who accumulated a vast amount of gapcoin trying to do the minimum possible amount of work to increase their investment while pretending that their goal is to increase the work done ‘for the greater good’.

It’s the old N Korea or ‘communist’ silliness trying to trick stupid people into pretending ‘everybody is one’ and ‘there is no I in team’ etc. It works when you have a gun or when you are talking to stupid people. A person can only act on their own experiences and knowledge.

Trying to pretend that everybody knows the same things, or that a person should pretend to know what other people know, is the idiot realm.

Sheesh Mate, this was a good forum till you turned up....looks like most people don't want to know your opinions, and no-one seems to want your websites, so why not either do all this yourself, or leave it as it was....
Thing is, if i was a newbie to this forum, and saw all your "speeches" i'd simply click "next"...if you honestly think having a go at everyone when this coin is trying to compete with over 2500 other coins, well, enuff said.
Might be best for you to just take the open source code and develop your own "math" coin, cos clearly this one isnt't for you...oh and before you accuse me of being a "bag holder" i don't even think i have 1000 coins, i just throw a few threads at it now and again
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 42-coin Development Discussion Thread - Slogan Competition! on: September 16, 2020, 07:42:39 AM
Hi Lasergun,
I'm in a similar boat. I have found a couple of very old wallets.
Is there a way to resync then only upto block 1990382, cos i'm pretty sure i mined quite a bit past that block...
J

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1502028.msg17027381#msg17027381
Blockchain Snapshot: https://mega.nz - 1021MB/7z (12.2018#2091989-final)

Thankyou
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 42-coin Development Discussion Thread - Slogan Competition! on: September 16, 2020, 07:15:32 AM
hello Lasergun

I Missed  the Swap, and I want to Send my old wallet.dat to you by email.

Also i know this swap process happen several years back.

Due to several reasons I couldn't look into crypto space, or couldn't look into my crypto portfolio.

As you know, some coin projects no more, some projects not active / dead.... Again time to time we get info about swaps of different coin project.

In the case of 42 coin somehow i missed it, and again such a unique coin can anyone hold.

Much thankful if you know swap my coins to new wallet, if its possible

If I am sending my old wallet.... which email address, do i need to send it to, OR
can I use same email which mentioned on   M I S S E D   T H E   S W A P

Cheers

Tuwan

Hello. Yes, you can use that email. Before sending your wallet to me, make sure your coins are untouched since block # 1990382.

Hi Lasergun,
I'm in a similar boat. I have found a couple of very old wallets.
Is there a way to resync then only upto block 1990382, cos i'm pretty sure i mined quite a bit past that block...
J
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][Main] Bitcore- BTX - New algo is online! on: September 16, 2020, 07:13:06 AM
Hi guys,

Am i missing something here?

I thought the algo change was to go back to cpu/gpu mining, but i cant see a standalone cpu miner anywhere?
Does anyone know of one?
Pretty pointless change otherwise, cos no way you can make anything mining in the wallet.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [GPL] Gold Pressed Latinum v3.0 New chain. on: September 14, 2020, 07:05:17 AM

Possibly. Traxo has provided a cool tool that can re-arrange the Latest Rates include file in various ways, such as to show how many of each of the other things one GPL2 coin is worth according to the Latest Rates:

https://latestrates.traxo.me/?from=GPL2&to=GPL

It also allows you to provide a Latest Rates file of your own for it to work from.

I usually at home like to re-cast the Rates the opposite way myself, that is, in this case, to show everything else's price-in-GPL2; but I am not sure Traxo's tool provides that approach.

-MarkM-



Hi Mark,
Just had a look at interstellar thingy. Unless i am wrong, KYC is required, so thats a complete none started, also it seems to be suggesting, that i could get 0.02BTC for 100 GPL2 coins, but no reference to GPL3 coins. (also there seems to be zero trade history, so no idea where the prices come from, thin air?)

Like i say all together way to troublesome....that said, do you have any idea what GPL2 and GPL3 coins are going for in BTC?
I'm petty sure i have about 100 GPL2 coins to trade if you or anyone wants to buy. (i'll check my GPL3 too, but seem to have lost the wallet temporarily)
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [GPL] Gold Pressed Latinum v3.0 New chain. on: September 13, 2020, 08:11:23 PM

If you are familiar with Stellar, which is very much like Ripple, it should be fairly obvious.

If not maybe it is best to start by getting familiar with Stellar.

Basically we simply use Stellar tokens to represent various coins, and Stellar lets any token trade against any other token.

Probably the best way to arrange to turn coins on the blockchain into tokens and vice-versa is to contact me ("knotwork") on the Keybase end to end encrypted chat system, which can be very handy for this kind of thing due to including a Stellar wallet right in the app.

Mind you, last I checked it seemed like the Stellar wallet included in the Keybase chat app did not let you set up arbitrary "trust lines", so likely in order to use our GPL and GPL2 tokens in that wallet you'd need to first use one of the several other Stellar wallets that are available to initially set up the trust lines for whatever Stellar account you use with the wallet that is in Keybase.

Once you have set up the trust lines though, the Stellar wallet inside Keybase seems to work fine.

Other wallets though are probably good to have too if you want to get into trading on the markets as I do not recall the Keybase wallet really providing that or if it does maybe not in as sphisticated a way as some of the other wallets that are available for the Stellar platform.

See Stellar.org for lists of current wallets.

-MarkM-


Hi Mark,
Thank for coming back to me.
I'll look into it tomorrow when i get chance, BUT to be quite honest sounds like a load of hard work for nothing....
No way i am messing around with "secure chats" and all that crap...
Can't see any future for any coin that is so faffy...like most miners i suspect, i simply want to mine, and trade with the least amount of fuss... you know, like the vast majority of the 2500 other coins out their (tongue in cheek).

Besides, when did GPL change from being a good old style coin, into a token, cos i hate tokens, always have, always will.
maybe i need to just go back to GPL2 and get it listed on an exchange...

Or, perhaps i could just sell you my coins?
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Ħ [HODL] No Staking, 1% Standard Interest per Day, 750% APR For HOdlers on: September 11, 2020, 11:56:57 PM
My wallet seems stuck, anyone else ?

no, my wallet is working

Can't seems to be connecting to anyone.
Any hint on how to resolve it ?
Tried closing and reopening many times, still no connection to the network...

Hello GamEth,

I am not an expert however, I will do m best to assist with this issue

first: I emphasize that the hodl network is working fine as my wallet is active with many connections " it is active"

second: please make sure that you are using the updated client "  hodlcoin-6.0.0 "

now you can try connecting and if it does not work please try connecting using vpn

I hope that will assist

Good luck




Yes, I am on the 6.0.0, never had problem before...
Tried installing the wallet on another computer, and still it can't find any block source.
Gonna try with a vpn...

if the issue exists even with the vpn, the last probability of it will be for sure the windows security of windows 10 may block the app as it defines the hodl wallet app as a potential unwanted app . if yes; go to windows security and restore the probable  missing file and treat it as a trusted app.  



Try getting some nodes from here...
http://hodl.amit.systems:81/network

i downloaded the 6.0 wallet onto a clean pc, and after 1 hour still had no block source, so created hodlcoin.conf and added this

addnode=116.63.151.19  # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0
addnode=178.219.95.81  # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0
addnode=85.131.25.219  # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0
addnode=213.108.119.84 # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0
addnode=212.49.103.42  # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0
addnode=59.102.23.36   # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0
addnode=34.219.174.163 # 734000   HOdlcoin:6.0.0

Now the wallet is syncing...
Good luck
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Snowblossom - new ASIC resist POW, quantum resistant, online now ❁ on: September 11, 2020, 07:49:17 AM
Hi,

Just downloaded this , version snowblossom-1.7.1.zip

Have java 64bit, and the client is syncing.
Got a wallet address, but when i run "miner-mem.bat" or "pool-miner.bat" i get these errors

Unable to access jarfile SnowBlossomMiner_deploy.jar, i have checked all folders, the file does not exist

Any ideas?
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [GPL] Gold Pressed Latinum v3.0 New chain. on: September 09, 2020, 07:34:36 AM

Even if you missed the swap, GPL Classic is still running so you still have your GPL; all you missed out on as this newfangled GPL2 stuff...

...And you can trade between the two on the Stellar platform if you like, since on Stellar any asses can be traded against any other asset. Smiley

See http://makemoney.knotwork.com/stellar/

-MarkM-


Hi, tried that link, what does it mean?
How can you trade please?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [MASS] Decentralized HARD DRIVE mining cryptocurrency | PoC | Low Energy cost on: September 08, 2020, 07:32:33 AM
Is there some mining profitability calculator for this?

You need to join the pools - https://masscafe.cn/wepool/home

Todays figures are

MASS Network Status
Capacity = 257.508169 P

Predicted Revenue per TB per Day
unbanding = 0.04686158 MASS
banding = 0.20306687 MASS

No idea about the banding side of things, it wasn't available when i stopped mining.
All i can tell you is that is 3 months with over 22TB i think i mined approx $100 (but the price was double what it is now), so unless you have huge capacity, you won't earn much.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][GAP] Gapcoin - Prime Gap Search - New Math Algo - CPU / GPU - Zero Premine on: September 04, 2020, 11:57:55 PM
Most people in most countries are not able to set aside a computer to secure the network. Last time I ran the gapcoin wallet, a few years ago, it was far more intensive than most wallets, running 99% cpu and still taking a vast amount of time to download if I recall. So when a person asks how to get some gapcoin, first ask them if they are in a poor country or a rich country.

A simple Atom based netbook consumes next to nothing. Gapcoin sync is slow because prime gap verification is much slower than PoW hash verification of most algos.


#SinBad, absolutely no idea where you are coming from.
Yes, like a lot of coins, initial sync is quite slow, but once done, you can "secure" the network on a very low powered device. Or using just1 thread of a multicore PC.
As for mining, there is a standalone cpu miner, AMD gpu miner, a pool, or you can simple "setgenerate true 1" using just 1 core...so i think that should cover most senarios.

I bought an all in one mb with cpu/gpu, consumes 14 watt and mines a small amount of gapcoin (https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-E350N-WIN8-rev-10#ov (2cores), or https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-E3800N-rev-1x#kf(2cores 4 threads)) just don't expect to make many coins per day...

To be fair, you could have the wallet / mine on a RaspberryPi, or PiZero...
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 27, 2020, 11:12:46 AM
Hi guys

Okay, just finished 24 hours+ of testing across 3 PC's, all running 12 threads using the latest Zettelkasten pre-compiled binaries.
All connected directly to same 24 port switch.

Specs
PC 1 - Ryzen 1800x (@3.6 ghz), 2 x 8GB 3200mhz, ssd, Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS
PC 2 - Ryzen  1700 (@3.0 ghz), 2 x 4GB 2933mhz, hdd, LinuxLite 4.8
PC 3 - Ryzen 1800x (@3.6 ghz), 2 x 8GB 3200mhz, ssd, Win 10 (2004 fully updated)(No AV running)

So,
PC1, average 435 kh/s - 28 blocks mined, ~191 coins (Ubuntu 16)
PC2, average 402 kh/s - 21 blocks mined, ~142 coins (LinuxLite 4.Cool
PC3, average 429 kh/s - 16 blocks mined, ~108 coins (Win 10)

I have to say, the Win 10 results are exactly as I expected, obviously depends on the nethash, the LinuxLite results made me smile, on the 1700, i have never mined so many blocks (note lower ram speed, and capacity), as for the Ubuntu 16 results, well astounding !!!

I have tried the linux binaries, on Ubuntu 18.04,and 20.04, Linux Mint 18.2, 19.1, 19.2, 19.3 and 20, also Linux Lite 4.8, but not yet 5.0
I can honestly say, i never thought of going for an older distro, but 16.04 seems to be the best for me.
I have zero idea, why my Win 10 results are so poor.

If i get time, i'll try LinuxLite 5, and re-test Ubuntu 20 and Mint 20, i think i might even try Win 7 (perhaps its just Win 10 that is so crap)
If anyone knows how to compile on Linux, i'd love to try it...

I've also looked at my power usage.
PC1 - 234 watts full pc (1060 6GB) @ 18p kh/h = £1.01 + 1/5 of daily standing charge (65p/5=13p) = £1.14
PC2 - 160 watts full pc (1030 2GB) @ 18p kh/h = £0.69 + 1/5 of daily standing charge (65p/5=13p) = £0.82
PC3 - 224 watts full pc (1060 6GB) @ 18p kh/h = £0.97 + 1/5 of daily standing charge (65p/5=13p) = £1.10

So, my max mined was 191 coins, according to safetrade i could get 0.00000011 BTC each, so 0.00002101 BTC a day, which is approx £0.18
BUT, it would cost £1.14 to mine them, so a daily loss of £0.96

Or i could simply buy 191 coins @ 0.00000018 BTC each = 0.00003438 BTC or £0.30 which would save me £1.14 - £0.30 = £0.84 over mining the coins, or roughly a 3rd cheaper to buy rather than mine.

I appreciate, these are only my rough figures, with UK costs, on this particular 24hour period, and are unlikely to be close to anyone elses figures, but i just thought i would share my findings.

J
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: How exactly does a cpu miner work? on: August 26, 2020, 03:05:37 PM
This is my brand new coin. I've never created one. It's my first one. So if I send you the files what exactly will you do? Will you open port 2332 and send me your IP address to connect?

If I want to be a seednode, do I need a port forward on port 2332?

And also what files? Those on .mitcoin or the mitcoin folder on desktop? I'll upload you both.

dotmitcoin.zip: https://mega.nz/file/9VokjaxB#rZyySNnfE4sYNPx1nU9JR7HXoDhIwzh3mxSAsRsR1nE
mitcoin.zip: https://mega.nz/file/hBgADC4J#f9N5CpJ9nb9VSgwdvy9sxiS7a96B0UxCDCKtLwKeQiE


Sorry i have taken so long, i could get it to run on Ubuntu 16.
Then tried Ubu18, and had to do a load of messing around (lib4.8, etc etc)
So finally got it working, but need your ip address, and you to leave the wallet open please
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 26, 2020, 08:43:49 AM
The 8 year veteran using the exact cpu you accused me of not using

That's not what happened though.

You came here whining that you only make "much less than 100 ZTTL a day"
so naturally I assumed that you use weak hardware, which is why I said "don't use raspberry"

You then acted all insulted that I don't know your specific CPU model off the top of my head:

LOL...you should no better than to make poor assumptions, we have spoken many times before.

I don't even know you.
Are you active on discord? Under what name?

I vaguely remember you from some posts you did here in the past,
and I think you sent me one or the other weird private message through this forum,
that I didn't even bother to answer.

Other than that, who are you, and why are you suddenly acting so self-important?

You weird behavior started yesterday right after I reprimanded some other guy (an obvious troll account).
Why? What was the matter there?

You also still haven't told me what i should be making with 400-500kh/s.

You know exactly how much you are supposed to make statistically.
The rest is luck and/or self-inflicted



Now you are not being genuine.

I was not "whining" about only making 100 coins, i was stating a fact...it wasn't even a criticism, but clearly you took i as such.

I don't believe i have ever PM you. ( i could be wrong )

I believe my 1st msg on here was back in early 2018, and even back then i was concerned that i seemed to be struggling to mine blocks with the windows wallet.
If you could be bothered to read my posts, you will find that not only have i made very supportive comments about this coin, Funny thing is on July 31st you used my burger to zettel transactions in discord to promote your burger/zettel swap (my 2 lots of 5000). Which i was quite happy to see.

However i have always said that i struggle with the windows wallet.

Various people have made suggestions, and thou my hashrate seems reasonable, the blocks mined is not. I have posted my specs in most of those posts.

I have tried Mint 19, and posted my results a long time ago..same issue...good hash, very few blocks.
I even recounted, how i tried mining for 1 day on 2 machines, and didn't mine 1 block, but when i restarted 1 wallet, i started to get a few blocks, the other machine still hadn't received a block in 48 hours.
So i have always raised concerns over the windows wallet....

Having said that, during our spat yesterday, i downloaded your latest linux wallet, onto Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS, and started it running 14 hours ago...it has averaged 437 khs and mined me 17 blocks (115 coins). This way more than i have ever achieved before....and looks like it may even be 200 coins within 24 hours.

Whilst that is awesome, 40 minutes later, i also put the latest on linuxlite 4.8, and in 13 hours, at 400 kh/s i have mined only 10 blocks (68 coins)...seems a little low blockwise, but no biggy, however i also set up a clean win 10pc with the latest wallet, and in the same 13 hours, 432 kh/s i get 6 blocks (40 coins)...

So it would appear there is a massive difference not in the speed of mining, but in the number of blocks produced....which is something i have consistently said about the windows wallet for 2 years....

Having said that, although you think i was just "whinging", i was actually saying that using my figures that it was pointless mining, and much better to buy...well for the windows wallet, for me, that is completely true, and BUT since the linux wallet on Ubuntu16 seems to be finding many more blocks, then i will go redo the math.

I am not, and have never been a linux guy, i can type "./autogen.sh, ./configure, and make -j 8", or" qmake, make -j 8", but that is about my limit on linux, so when your source fails to compile which, for me it has on Ubu 16,18,19,20, Mint 18,19, LinuxLite 4.8 and 5  then i can only try the binaries, which although hashrate wise seem very similar, seem in my case to produce very different numbers of blocks mined...

I have to say, having been quite supportive of this coin, and you, in many posts, i find it disheartening that you are so quick to dispute my numbers....and very strange that when asked for expected yields, you simply reply, that i should know them, but fail to actually give any indication...

Anyway, enough.
I will post my 24 hour results

edit, i did send you 1 PM. It was regarding old alt coins, and asking if you knew anything about setting up a block explorer, you never bothered to reply.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 25, 2020, 11:46:15 PM
Doesn't work without registering...nevermind, the pics are in the links

It works without registering, but you have to embed each pic with its own link, not your whole pic collection as one link.

Your hashrate seems reasonable and within what's to be expected for your CPU model.
Now why you only make "much less than 100 ZTTL" with such a PC I don't know.

My Ryzen x1700 make about 480 kH/s

 

You said your 1700 makes only 350 kH/s? Seems a bit slow.

Something must be throttling you or cause large irregularities over the span of time.

I suggest you first of all make sure that you keep at least 20 -30 connections to other peers at all times.
(open port 51339)

Then try mining with the daemon only for a while, in text-mode, it should run even slightly faster then.

Also come to discord and ask others about their mining experience: https://discord.gg/Ef7x2qA

But please ask them nicely, don't approach them prejudiced like this or they might get pissed:

I think the reality, is simple, i think most people mine blindly, forgetting the costs of their PC, and using "borrowed" power (parents, schools, work, rented accomodation) and therefore have no real idea if they are making money or not....

Oh, you must mean like the nice way you approached me...The 8 year veteran using the exact cpu you accused me of not using

"But your calculation does NOT apply to everyone, and that is exactly where an opportunity for some can present itself.

Obviously if you can't even mine 100 ZTTL a day (which is like 14 blocks, or 1 % of all blocks),
it means you have allocated very weak hardware to this project that is capable of mining not more than 200 kH/s.
What is this, a couple of raspberry pi's?

I would say almost everyone who mines ZTTL right now is doing so with AMD Ryzen CPU's.
(Which makes sense because of the SHA extensions those CPU have)

You are the exception."

You also still haven't told me what i should be making with 400-500kh/s.

17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 25, 2020, 05:54:47 PM
No idea how you insert images


use https://imgur.com/ to upload pic
and then click on "..." (top right corner of pic)
then choose "Get Share Links"  and then "BBCode (Forums)",

you can post bbcode segment here and the pic will show

Doesn't work without registering...nevermind, the pics are in the links
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 25, 2020, 05:30:59 PM
No idea how you insert images, so here goes

https://gofile.io/d/2UC1Yc
https://imgur.com/a/RTRScdd


This is R1800x, stock, 16GB ram, SSD. 1060 6GB - Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS

0 threads, 4, 8k, 12, 15 and 16
0, 200kh/s, 388 kh/s, 457 kh/s, 500 kh/s, 510 kh/s

Clean install, debug file deleted, wallet deleted, after sync, so both will be empty


19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 25, 2020, 04:33:45 PM

LOL...you should no better than to make poor assumptions, we have spoken many times before.

I am mining with a 1700, and a 1800x....they both get around 350-450khs thats all and that gets me much less than 100 coins a day per pc, always has done, besides,
If you know of anyone mining with an 1800x getting substantially more than 450kh/s then they are not using your windows wallet....
I also tried mining burgerbot, which on the surface seems much better, but due to the extremely poor swap rate, actually works out to be even less profitable....

So,if i am wrong, then fair enuff, but lets see some proof of certain hashrates and the coins they mine per day, cos for me 15t on my 1800x is a complete waste of time.

I don't make any assumptions, I don't have to.

Net hashrate has been steadily around 20 MH/s.
If you mine with a combined 800 kH/s (4% of net hashrate) and mine "much less than 100 coins a day per pc",
then I can't help but think you are doing something wrong. (connectivity, orphans, etc)

Or you are exaggerating.

Mining is not for everyone.

I think you might need to look at upping the reward

lol, I can't believe you would recommend something like that....
changing protocol just because you are not happy with your mining results.

PMSL.
I have been mining over 8 years, and mine over 200 live altcoins, with another 1500 old wallets

Not really sure what you are suggesting with "think you might be doing something wrong", you wallet has a mining tab, with a slider and a start button, not really sure what I could be doing wrong....
I have zero connectivity issues, no idea about orphans your wallet doesnt give all the facts, but i am in the UK, so there may be a latency issue...

Also, going back to the original argument, if its cheaper to buy coins than to mine them, then unless their is a specific benefit to mining over simply buying the coins, then there is absolutely no point in mining.
I usually get the old nugget, well you have to mine to keep the blockchain moving, well that is true, but 1 block a day keeps the blockchain moving

As for increasing the rewards, i think you'll find that it is a popular solution when the cost of mining is so out of kilter with the cost of buying, and has been done with many popular coins....but, het whay do i know

Perhaps, instead of being defensive,  like i say, post some screenshots of hashrates, and some daily rewards.

Just to see if i am "exaggerting", i could be wrong, i am just downloading your latest linux gui wallet, and will see what hashrates i get...

I think the reality, is simple, i think most people mine blindly, forgetting the costs of their PC, and using "borrowed" power (parents, schools, work, rented accomodation) and therefore have no real idea if they are making money or not....
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Zettelkasten - ZTTL, New Algo: BurgerHash V6 🍔, CPU-SOLO-mineable on: August 25, 2020, 03:55:46 PM
ZETTEL is now listed on unnamed.exchange
https://www.unnamed.exchange/Exchange?market=ZETTEL_BTC


yes, has been for a while.
People should use this exchange more, sometimes they can get a better price there.

Recommended to keep both exchanges in your eyes for sure

Even if you get a better price, this project is dying.
Nobody wants this coin?!!?  So why buy it from miners

I looked through your posts of today.

You literally went to a dozen coins and told them they are dead or dying.

What are you doing with your life?

Hi Zettelkasten,

Whilst i don't agree the coin is dead, i have to say i too am struggling to continue to mine it.
It costs around 5-10x to mine compared to simply buying...lets face it, with a value of 0.00000002 BTC / coin, even if you could mine 1000 coins per day ( i can't even mine 100), you would still only earn 0.00002000 BTC, thats £0.18 in the UK, and would cost around £1.50-£2 to mine....
I think you might need to look at upping the reward, or to be frank, as a mining coin, it is pretty much dead.....as a currency, who knows....
Before everyone moans at me, seriously guys, if anyone is mining with a decent cpu 8 core and above, and is happy making less than 10p a day, with £1-2 a day power costs, then i think you're in the wrong game.
Perhaps, in the first few 1000 blocks, when a new coin comes out, and you take a chance holding for a year or 2, but if its a mature coin (which this is now) at this production rate, only makes sense to buy....

No problem with your assessment.

Everyone has to make their own calculation whether it's worth it or not.
But your calculation does NOT apply to everyone, and that is exactly where an opportunity for some can present itself.

Obviously if you can't even mine 100 ZTTL a day (which is like 14 blocks, or 1 % of all blocks),
it means you have allocated very weak hardware to this project that is capable of mining not more than 200 kH/s.
What is this, a couple of raspberry pi's?

I would say almost everyone who mines ZTTL right now is doing so with AMD Ryzen CPU's.
(Which makes sense because of the SHA extensions those CPU have)

You are the exception.

If you believe long term in this project, buying it right now is indeed cheaper.
Mining with efficient hardware is the second best thing.
But mining with weak hardware is questionable, as your example demonstrates

LOL...you should no better than to make poor assumptions, we have spoken many times before.

I am mining with a 1700, and a 1800x....they both get around 350-450khs thats all and that gets me much less than 100 coins a day per pc, always has done, besides,
If you know of anyone mining with an 1800x getting substantially more than 450kh/s then they are not using your windows wallet....
I also tried mining burgerbot, which on the surface seems much better, but due to the extremely poor swap rate, actually works out to be even less profitable....

So,if i am wrong, then fair enuff, but lets see some proof of certain hashrates and the coins they mine per day, cos for me 15t on my 1800x is a complete waste of time.
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