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Author Topic: [ANN] [PPC] PPCoin Released! - First Long-Term Energy-Efficient Crypto-Currency  (Read 649524 times)
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February 20, 2016, 05:33:28 AM
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hi all
does the POS pay daily on this coin or annually

cheers
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February 20, 2016, 10:26:44 AM
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does the POS pay daily on this coin or annually

Minting earns you 1% annually, but you can start earning after 30 days. Coins are first eligible to mint 30 days after they have been transferred, and after 90 days, their chance of success is maximized. If you mint more often, your earnings will compound.

Source = https://peercoin.net/minting


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February 26, 2016, 11:58:48 PM
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Does anyone have a "how to" guide on how to solo mine PPC using ANTMINERS?

I've tried using an old S2, tried S5's, tried S7's... mining solo off the wallet rpc. I can connect and mine for something like 10 seconds, then it stops. On the antminer status page, it lists the diff at 499m ... which is really low for these miners, thus I'm thinking I'm overloading the computer with the wallet.

I also tried setting up pools to solo mine so I could use the pool to regulate the diff... I tried uNOMP, and I also tried MPOS with NOMP, both cannot start mining due to the same error.   PARSE ERROR.

Soo, how are people solo mining PPC??? How are the PPC pools getting things to work.

Thank you

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March 23, 2016, 11:14:08 AM
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Watching this thread but seems a bit dead lately Smiley

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March 23, 2016, 01:10:36 PM
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Watching this thread but seems a bit dead lately

Most discussion is going on over at www.peercointalk.org
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March 26, 2016, 05:30:26 PM
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Does anyone have a "how to" guide on how to solo mine PPC using ANTMINERS?

I've tried using an old S2, tried S5's, tried S7's... mining solo off the wallet rpc. I can connect and mine for something like 10 seconds, then it stops. On the antminer status page, it lists the diff at 499m ... which is really low for these miners, thus I'm thinking I'm overloading the computer with the wallet.

I also tried setting up pools to solo mine so I could use the pool to regulate the diff... I tried uNOMP, and I also tried MPOS with NOMP, both cannot start mining due to the same error.   PARSE ERROR.

Soo, how are people solo mining PPC??? How are the PPC pools getting things to work.

Thank you



Hello,

The PPC uses non standard json request scheme as described in the NOMP bug requests.

Try to use a small pool like this one to get the close to the solo mining experience:

https://www.beepoolny.com/

It has low fee, too.

Cheers!

PPC: PBWgUT4p4Y4xUp4hqtqRvH9oJV5hBcv3Su
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April 03, 2016, 09:16:53 AM
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Does anyone have a "how to" guide on how to solo mine PPC using ANTMINERS?

I've tried using an old S2, tried S5's, tried S7's... mining solo off the wallet rpc. I can connect and mine for something like 10 seconds, then it stops. On the antminer status page, it lists the diff at 499m ... which is really low for these miners, thus I'm thinking I'm overloading the computer with the wallet.

I also tried setting up pools to solo mine so I could use the pool to regulate the diff... I tried uNOMP, and I also tried MPOS with NOMP, both cannot start mining due to the same error.   PARSE ERROR.

Soo, how are people solo mining PPC??? How are the PPC pools getting things to work.

Thank you



Hello,

The PPC uses non standard json request scheme as described in the NOMP bug requests.

Try to use a small pool like this one to get the close to the solo mining experience:

https://www.beepoolny.com/

It has low fee, too.

Cheers!
Thank you for information. But me and many other man need a ppcoind source code witch compatble with unomp. This code https://github.com/UNOMP/ppcoin.git have an error. Who can fix it?

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April 12, 2016, 07:03:57 AM
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This may be of interest -


Maybe we should start listing other coins that have this on bittrex to compound the evidence against Paul more. This guy just digs deeper holes.

The court conservator would really appreciate this information for other coins stuck on Cryptsy.  He asked me if there were "more people" like me, but I had to admit I am basically UNO centric, and that many of the other coins on Cryptsy are not as well supported as UNO in terms of community interest, block explorers, with obsessive compulsive block chain sleuths, etc.

I would encourage other altcoin communities with coins on Cryptsy to identify their cold storage wallets and watch them extremely closely for any movement. We were lucky with UNO yesterday, but the community made that luck. We have literally been watching that wallet daily for 90+ days. We don't have a Chinese exchange for UNO, so that was also a fortunate fact. Our deepest market, Bittrex, is in the USA. These things all came together yesterday to help us protect 15K UNO from theft.

Btw,
IMZ just sent this interesting article about Paul Vernon and Bitebi9 exchange. http://coinjournal.net/cryptsy-paul-vernon-exchange-china/

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April 27, 2016, 05:58:35 PM
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I launched a pool 11 days ago and so far it has been stable and we have found 23 blocks.

Info:
http://j2pool.ddns.net
1% PPLNS
VARDIFF Enabled
6 Confirmation Payouts
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April 28, 2016, 12:34:31 AM
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I have a question about the consensus rules.

https://peercoin.net/assets/paper/peercoin-paper.pdf
Main Chain Protocol
The protocol for determining which competing block chain wins as main chain has been
switched over to use consumed coin age. Here every transaction in a block contributes its
consumed coin age to the score of the block. The block chain with highest total consumed
coin age is chosen as main chain.

From the above it indicates that the coinage for the entire block is used to determine which block wins (contingent on its passing all the other requirements).

However in the code, it looks like it is using the longest chain wins. While that would eventually reach consensus, I was wondering if there was a specific reason the blocks' coinage isnt used as a tiebreaker for two competing blocks found at the same time. maybe it opens an attack where a large coinage can be spent?

James

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May 03, 2016, 04:07:48 PM
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Hi.
Let`s try compilled ppcoind with unomp. I have try to debug sourcecode and it have been compliied without any error.
https://yadi.sk/d/Hn8tcyonrTPAu
Good luck!
I will wating for you report.

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May 09, 2016, 07:17:53 AM
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I'm glad this coin has lots of people looking at the code.
What's up with all the forks lately?  OK, I'm sure this stuff
is very very complicated.  When can we get rid of the
"centralized checkpointing"?

Really I came here to point out a minor "flaw" - the icon
for peerunity in my taskbar is an ugly, blank "dog-eared
sheet of paper" - where other coins have their coin image.
Kinda looks broken, like icon is missing perhaps.
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May 10, 2016, 01:54:53 AM
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I'm glad this coin has lots of people looking at the code.
What's up with all the forks lately?  OK, I'm sure this stuff
is very very complicated.  When can we get rid of the
"centralized checkpointing"?

It's already disabled for normal operation. I t was ebabled during Apri 25 protocol upgrade, which turned out to be helpful.

bitcoin is 7x24 centralized to the big miners, btw.

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Really I came here to point out a minor "flaw" - the icon
for peerunity in my taskbar is an ugly, blank "dog-eared
sheet of paper" - where other coins have their coin image.
Kinda looks broken, like icon is missing perhaps.

my icon looks very nice. i am on win7. peerunity.

BTC 1HxvAEC4nj37hyenz9DwsyrMMnkwzpbzno PPC PU6zS8RRBWP2UxhuRFengGsu8n4tEYB5xV XPM AJAgBpPjGQoL38mrtW91dVqhbMHqu25vfG
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May 10, 2016, 02:13:17 PM
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My icon looks fine also, circled "P" that looks something like an urban parking lot sign. I'm on Win10, using Peerunity wallet 0.2.2.

The update to 0.2.2 from 0.2.0 fixed the latest failure to sync (forking) problem for me, btw. I found the people at the official forum peercointalk.org very helpful, fwiw.

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May 12, 2016, 08:25:26 AM
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Thanks for the info!  Peercoin looks like a great coin,
for sure.  I can probably fix my icon issue (by deleting
previous icon before re-installing perhaps).

Staking seems to take a long time with this coin.
Of course a bigger stake will increase my chances.

I tried cpu-mining it on 8-core android lol.
Not enough hashpower it seems (2 MH/s i think)
I need to buy a gpu  or some antminer for this?
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May 12, 2016, 02:07:39 PM
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update from ppcoin-qt-0.5.3
to ppcoin-0.5.4
Ubuntu 16.04:
Code:
ppcoin-qt


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DbEnv::open: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery       
ppcoin in Runaway exception   



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May 18, 2016, 04:41:43 AM
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ppc price dropped what u think know?
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May 18, 2016, 07:21:50 PM
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ppc price dropped what u think know?
i think it is a good time to buy more ppc. it sure will rise in future.

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May 27, 2016, 10:13:48 PM
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Peercoin performing well today.
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