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August 04, 2015, 11:38:09 AM
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And we need this why?

What value does this coin bring to the crypto space, that's not already offered by the many coins out there?

How about adding some more merge coins, that aren't total suck? Maybe something besides SysCoin on the Scrypt pools. That's a nice way to reward your miners.


Merge mined coins tend to be pretty worthless and it is hoped that the slower, controlled release of BEEZ will bring just a little better profit to miners.

DogeCoin is worthless??? And SysCoin isn't?

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate what you guys do and I love the pools, been making great use of the BTB pool for a while now. Just not sure about this.

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August 04, 2015, 01:05:45 PM
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I've been mining on your pool now for about 24 hours. In that time i managed to mine about 430 BEEZ with about 1.2Gh scrypt.

Everything about this coin is good with the exception of the amount. 50 million is too much. Your handing out 100/hour thats 2400/day. At that rate it will take 22 1/2 years to hand out the 20 mil. premine. I'm assuming the other 30 million coins will be generated with pos rewards right?

Easiest way to fix this is hand out 100 coins every 10 minutes, that reduces the distribution time to 4 1/2 years. Maybe increase the amount as well to get it down to 1 or 2 years... just thinking out loud here.



 
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August 04, 2015, 01:12:42 PM
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I've been mining on your pool now for about 24 hours. In that time i managed to mine about 430 BEEZ with about 1.2Gh scrypt.

Everything about this coin is good with the exception of the amount. 50 million is too much. Your handing out 100/hour thats 2400/day. At that rate it will take 22 1/2 years to hand out the 20 mil. premine. I'm assuming the other 30 million coins will be generated with pos rewards right?

Easiest way to fix this is hand out 100 coins every 10 minutes, that reduces the distribution time to 4 1/2 years. Maybe increase the amount as well to get it down to 1 or 2 years... just thinking out loud here.


We are planning to increase the payouts as well as paying top miners bonuses but we just want to get the network running smoothly, block explorer setup, exchange listings sorted, etc, before doing so.

Thanks for your support  Smiley


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August 04, 2015, 01:14:42 PM
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Please remember to use "gen=1" or "setgenerate true" to keep the network moving while your BEEZ wallet is open!


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August 04, 2015, 01:35:42 PM
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I've been mining on your pool now for about 24 hours. In that time i managed to mine about 430 BEEZ with about 1.2Gh scrypt.

Everything about this coin is good with the exception of the amount. 50 million is too much. Your handing out 100/hour thats 2400/day. At that rate it will take 22 1/2 years to hand out the 20 mil. premine. I'm assuming the other 30 million coins will be generated with pos rewards right?

Easiest way to fix this is hand out 100 coins every 10 minutes, that reduces the distribution time to 4 1/2 years. Maybe increase the amount as well to get it down to 1 or 2 years... just thinking out loud here.


We are planning to increase the payouts as well as paying top miners bonuses but we just want to get the network running smoothly, block explorer setup, exchange listings sorted, etc, before doing so.

Thanks for your support  Smiley



Any plans for exchanges besides YoBit? Seems like C-CEX might list this too.

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August 04, 2015, 11:58:20 PM
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wallet out of sync

any advice from the crowd?
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August 05, 2015, 10:41:41 AM
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wallet out of sync

any advice from the crowd?

Chain seems to be stuck on block 1396. It doesn't look like a case of rental hash diffjacking as the difficulty looks in line with the current nethash (or at least the nethash at the time block 1396 was found).

Dev should take a look!

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August 05, 2015, 06:51:27 PM
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Please update to the latest version (1.0.0.1) of the wallet:

Source: https://github.com/Marty19/BeezerCoin
Windows: https://github.com/Marty19/BeezerCoin-Windows


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August 06, 2015, 06:12:51 AM
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New wallet crashes. Removed old to include the appdata folder(saved wallet dat and conf), loaded new wallet, crashed. Reinstalled again samething.

If you are getting an "assertion failed" error then please try downloading the very lastest wallet / source otherwise PM me any error messages and I'll take a look.


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August 06, 2015, 06:16:26 AM
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Nodes if you need them:

addnode=ispace.co.uk
addnode=86.31.34.125:61871
addnode=174.17.144.124:55378
addnode=99.242.234.192:56302
addnode=86.31.34.125:50171
addnode=199.7.156.143:53367
addnode=207.245.41.195:53678

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Nodes if you need them:

addnode=ispace.co.uk
addnode=86.31.34.125:61871
addnode=174.17.144.124:55378
addnode=99.242.234.192:56302
addnode=86.31.34.125:50171
addnode=199.7.156.143:53367
addnode=207.245.41.195:53678

I added the nodes and after 2 hours I still don't have any connections and the wallet won't sync. Also sent a test Tx from your pool to YoBit a couple hours ago and still haven't seen it show.

JFYI. Let me know if there's any additional info I can provide you.

EDIT: This is 1.0.0.1 per your most recent link. I'm not having any issues with it crashing.

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August 06, 2015, 07:08:37 PM
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Appears to be connected and moving now.

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waiting the giveaway Cheesy

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Yeah would at least be nice to have an update from the Dev since the blockchain's been stuck for over 24h. Wallet useless, can't even send from iSpace to YoBit.

I tried...

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August 07, 2015, 11:26:01 AM
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Complete waste of time. 769 blocks gone. Might have a decent mining pool but coin making skills need work for sure.

Yep, dev can keep this. Running my miners costs money and I have now wasted 2 days mining this crud just to have it stripped away by a dev. Horsepucky.

Going back to mining real coins and ispaced can keep their precious coins.

Given that this is a pure POS coin how exactly have you been "mining" it? It's given out for mining the other pools on iSpace. It'd be nice for you to not create additional issues by posting bullshit here; I'd rather focus on trying to help the dev with the wallet and move the blockchain along. Please explain how you've wasted money running your miners for 2 days on a pure POS coin that's given away.

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Complete waste of time. 769 blocks gone. Might have a decent mining pool but coin making skills need work for sure.

Yep, dev can keep this. Running my miners costs money and I have now wasted 2 days mining this crud just to have it stripped away by a dev. Horsepucky.

Going back to mining real coins and ispaced can keep their precious coins.

What happened to you is called being on a fork. Dev didn't take anything from you. This happens sometimes when mining new coins, the trick is identifying it early.

 
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August 07, 2015, 03:16:10 PM
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Complete waste of time. 769 blocks gone. Might have a decent mining pool but coin making skills need work for sure.

Yep, dev can keep this. Running my miners costs money and I have now wasted 2 days mining this crud just to have it stripped away by a dev. Horsepucky.

Going back to mining real coins and ispaced can keep their precious coins.

Given that this is a pure POS coin how exactly have you been "mining" it? It's given out for mining the other pools on iSpace. It'd be nice for you to not create additional issues by posting bullshit here; I'd rather focus on trying to help the dev with the wallet and move the blockchain along. Please explain how you've wasted money running your miners for 2 days on a pure POS coin that's given away.

Simply installed a wallet, setup config file, and set my miners to solo it. Isn't hard to do for most coins. Not sure what POS means exactly as I never got into things that deep. Well means as far as mining goes. But was a very simple thing to mine these.
If they are not supposed to be able to be mined then that is another flaw in the coin design I would say.

Well if you're pointing ASICs at a POS coin...

YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG.

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Had to limit wallet to using one core.

Why does wallet peg cpu cycles?
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I also really like this idea. I switched my miners over to your pools. Lets see how this pans out...  Grin
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