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December 01, 2017, 12:54:29 AM
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Hello to the dev team, can anyone tell me what the difference is in comparison to Storj? Thank you very much in advance!

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Awesome narrrf, that's what I was looking for. Thanks for sharing!

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December 01, 2017, 01:04:29 AM
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Where can a find a stratum server for solo mining this algorithm Huh

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December 01, 2017, 02:08:03 AM
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Where can a find a stratum server for solo mining this algorithm Huh

Currently the mining network of Sia is about 250-300TH/s. Unless you are the owner of a huge GPU farm, your chances of finding a block solo-mining are minimal.

There are 5 big mining pools in Sia, each one with different payout schemes, fees and other variables. Take a look at them: https://siastats.info/pools_list.html. For instance, both Siamining, Luxor and F2pool are PPS, what means you'll get payouts even if the pools does not find blocks. Luxor has a very low fee of 0.3% that is paid as a donation to Sia developers.

Where can a find a stratum server for solo mining this algorithm Huh
Sia now can mine with ASIC, so I dont think that solo mining is profitable at the moment anymore.

ASICs (Obelisk SC1) are not yet released. They are expected to ship on June of next year or earlier if the manufacturing is accomplished sooner. But there is still time for GPU mining.
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December 01, 2017, 02:26:19 AM
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the information given by Hakkane from last month was just a foolish conversation, the siacoin was not going to rise again like it used to be. if the tree is planted the stem will grow tall but the siacoin is not like that.
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December 01, 2017, 06:06:12 AM
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the information given by Hakkane from last month was just a foolish conversation, the siacoin was not going to rise again like it used to be. if the tree is planted the stem will grow tall but the siacoin is not like that.

Looks like for some reason you are targeting Sia in general and me in particular... Do you really think this is worth of your time?

My goals in this Sia thread are helping users with issues, offering information to users that ask for it (always citing the source, so they can confirm every piece of information) and clarifying complex aspects that are usually misunderstood. Have you asked yourself if all the two-sentences hate messages you are posting here are being useful to any user?

At the end of the day, the only thing that matters in BitcoinTalk are the posts that are helpful for other people. The rest are just ignored. That is the only thing that makes crypto communities grow healthy, and that is the sole reason cryptos get more capitalization every day: because we are open and we have the amazing tradition of helping each other.

Do you think this is even good for you? Coming to this Bitcointalk thread every day just to post another defamation, convinced that by doing that you can damage my reputation (I don't know how you could, if you don't offer any proof of what you say) or Sia's reputation, is just the opposite of what everybody would consider a mentally healthy attitude.

Are you doing this because you think this is a way as good as any other to grow your Activity or Post count to apply for a signature campaign? Take in mind no signature campaign will accept an account which his whole history are 2-sentences posts full of hating (that's what your current history looks like).

I am sad for you. Looks like you are totally salty probably because you bought Sia when it was at his max valuation in July. I am sorry, man, but each one of us is the only responsible of our investment decisions. If you feel you are done with Sia, I honestly recommend you to sell your Sia and move on: there are plenty of other cryptos out there that can be interesting for you. If you keep doing this you are only damaging yourself.

Besides, no matter what you, or anyone else does: I am not going to stop helping people, to stop answering questions... and of course I am not going to stop shilling about my website https://siastats.info LOL  Cheesy
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December 02, 2017, 01:22:27 AM
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sia bottom out at 55 sat.. once the news come out this month we should be up around 75-85 sat range. right now its perfect time to increase you bags. i just brought some more. btc will crash soon. once it crash it should push up even more too 100 sat easily. give it couple week . i see btc crash to 7-7500. than moon to 17500. we need a healthy correction



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December 02, 2017, 01:49:11 AM
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sia will move very soon, just hold on guys, its btc territory at the moment, let btc cool down and you shall see,
also devs here are working on this usefull project.  Cool
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December 02, 2017, 01:51:25 AM
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sia will move very soon, just hold on guys, its btc territory at the moment, let btc cool down and you shall see,
also devs here are working on this usefull project.  Cool

bitcoin will fork 7 times in december ,crazy .
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December 02, 2017, 02:14:41 AM
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Can anybody tell me how long the SIA blockchain needs to sync? It is running for ages on my computer and still has only about 7 percent. I think I did something wrong somehow. I only wanted to sync it because I wanted to store my SIA off the exchange finally. Is there any other wallet that supports SIA? Would appreciate every help.

There is only one full client available, the official Sia-UI. If you are using an HDD for the Sia installation instead of a SSD, it can take several days to sync. There is a workaround to reduce the syncing time to just a few hours of blockchain validation: manually downloading it (AKA bootstrapping). Follow the instructions here: https://siawiki.tech/daemon/bootstrapping_the_blockchain

Alternatively, if you just need right now an address for cold storage, you can use this wallet generator made by one of the Core developers: https://github.com/avahowell/sia-coldstorage/releases You will not be able to send coins from this wallet, only receive them, but you can later import the wallet recovery seed into the full Sia-UI for moving your funds whenever you need it

Thanks for that explanations man! Appreciate it very much. Thats exactly the case, I am using a HDD. So thats why it takes ages... Thanks for the workaround tip I will check that out. But on the other hand a cold storage is all I need at the moment, because I want to hold my SIA for long term anyway and dont want to send them anywhere in the next year. So yeah, I guess I will just do it that way.
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December 02, 2017, 05:34:00 AM
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Very important reminder:

On block 135.000 (in about 5 days) there will be a hard fork in order to implement the new hashing difficulty algorithm. This was planned 6 months ago.

Be sure to update to version 1.3.0 if you haven't done it yet. Prior versions will not accept the new blocks and so will not sync anymore with the network.

Download the latest version here: https://sia.tech/apps/

If you need indications of how to update, follow this article of the Wiki: https://siawiki.tech/client/updating_the_interface

This is the announcement of David Vorik, lead developer, on the official Discord:





Thanks for that explanations man! Appreciate it very much. Thats exactly the case, I am using a HDD. So thats why it takes ages... Thanks for the workaround tip I will check that out. But on the other hand a cold storage is all I need at the moment, because I want to hold my SIA for long term anyway and dont want to send them anywhere in the next year. So yeah, I guess I will just do it that way.

My pleasure  Smiley
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December 02, 2017, 10:01:54 AM
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hi guys...does anyone know how much hash would i get for minin Sia with rx 470 8gb? tried to find with uncle Google...no success...

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December 02, 2017, 01:15:56 PM
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hi guys...does anyone know how much hash would i get for minin Sia with rx 470 8gb? tried to find with uncle Google...no success...

~800 Mh/s
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December 02, 2017, 02:22:28 PM
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Very important reminder:

On block 135.000 (in about 5 days) there will be a hard fork in order to implement the new hashing difficulty algorithm. This was planned 6 months ago.

Be sure to update to version 1.3.0 if you haven't done it yet. Prior versions will not accept the new blocks and so will not sync anymore with the network.

Download the latest version here: https://sia.tech/apps/

If you need indications of how to update, follow this article of the Wiki: https://siawiki.tech/client/updating_the_interface

This is the announcement of David Vorik, lead developer, on the official Discord:

https://i.imgur.com/ekdmXnV.jpg



Thanks for that explanations man! Appreciate it very much. Thats exactly the case, I am using a HDD. So thats why it takes ages... Thanks for the workaround tip I will check that out. But on the other hand a cold storage is all I need at the moment, because I want to hold my SIA for long term anyway and dont want to send them anywhere in the next year. So yeah, I guess I will just do it that way.

My pleasure  Smiley


I just bought in a couple days ago, project looks awesome, really great idea. My coins are still currently in exchange (cryptopia). Do I need to do anything for upcoming hardfork?
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December 02, 2017, 04:19:29 PM
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I just bought in a couple days ago, project looks awesome, really great idea. My coins are still currently in exchange (cryptopia). Do I need to do anything for upcoming hardfork?

If Cryptopia has their wallets with the software updated to the last release, all should be good. The version 1.3.0 that is compatible with the fork was released 6 months ago.

However, keeping your coins at an exchange is a terrible idea in general. Exchanges can crash, can be hacked, can run away with the money, and in all those scenarios you'll lose your coins. Just remember how many exchanges have crashed in the past, even the huge ones. Just remember what happened with MtGox, that back in time was the biggest exchange.

I honestly recommend you to keep all your coins in wallets that you control, not only Sia
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December 02, 2017, 04:45:06 PM
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I just bought in a couple days ago, project looks awesome, really great idea. My coins are still currently in exchange (cryptopia). Do I need to do anything for upcoming hardfork?

If Cryptopia has their wallets with the software updated to the last release, all should be good. The version 1.3.0 that is compatible with the fork was released 6 months ago.

However, keeping your coins at an exchange is a terrible idea in general. Exchanges can crash, can be hacked, can run away with the money, and in all those scenarios you'll lose your coins. Just remember how many exchanges have crashed in the past, even the huge ones. Just remember what happened with MtGox, that back in time was the biggest exchange.

I honestly recommend you to keep all your coins in wallets that you control, not only Sia

i bought at 300 satoshi..am i going to be ok? :\ thanks is now safer time to buy?<<<

https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_sc

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December 02, 2017, 05:19:50 PM
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I just bought in a couple days ago, project looks awesome, really great idea. My coins are still currently in exchange (cryptopia). Do I need to do anything for upcoming hardfork?

If Cryptopia has their wallets with the software updated to the last release, all should be good. The version 1.3.0 that is compatible with the fork was released 6 months ago.

However, keeping your coins at an exchange is a terrible idea in general. Exchanges can crash, can be hacked, can run away with the money, and in all those scenarios you'll lose your coins. Just remember how many exchanges have crashed in the past, even the huge ones. Just remember what happened with MtGox, that back in time was the biggest exchange.

I honestly recommend you to keep all your coins in wallets that you control, not only Sia

i bought at 300 satoshi..am i going to be ok? :\ thanks is now safer time to buy?<<<

https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_sc

you will ok.. you should buy more now . its rock bottom. will moon soon



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December 02, 2017, 05:30:39 PM
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I just bought in a couple days ago, project looks awesome, really great idea. My coins are still currently in exchange (cryptopia). Do I need to do anything for upcoming hardfork?

If Cryptopia has their wallets with the software updated to the last release, all should be good. The version 1.3.0 that is compatible with the fork was released 6 months ago.

However, keeping your coins at an exchange is a terrible idea in general. Exchanges can crash, can be hacked, can run away with the money, and in all those scenarios you'll lose your coins. Just remember how many exchanges have crashed in the past, even the huge ones. Just remember what happened with MtGox, that back in time was the biggest exchange.

I honestly recommend you to keep all your coins in wallets that you control, not only Sia

i bought at 300 satoshi..am i going to be ok? :\ thanks is now safer time to buy?<<<

https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_sc

you will ok.. you should buy more now . its rock bottom. will moon soon

ok ya i heared they have some new asic for siacoin is this true? :\  i grabbed a small here at 61<<<wish me luck fortune *

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December 02, 2017, 05:34:49 PM
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If the data which is being stored is decentralized, wouldn't it technically make my data more vulnerable?
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December 02, 2017, 05:37:26 PM
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If the data which is being stored is decentralized, wouldn't it technically make my data more vulnerable?
Sure, they may miss the embezzlement of their client's data, which is pretty disgusting Sad
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December 02, 2017, 05:38:07 PM
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If the data which is being stored is decentralized, wouldn't it technically make my data more vulnerable?

i hear it actually works im going to download the software i guess microsoft wants to use this coin :\ hmmmm testing 100 satoshi today<<<

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