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September 14, 2015, 06:02:43 PM
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We havn't even been live for 24 hours and I see m8s want an exchange already.

Yes, that isn't something to worry about and it will be coming later. Smiley

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September 14, 2015, 06:10:29 PM
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I am mining on the pool. My PC has a single GPU which is an ASUS AMD R9 290x.

I am getting 22,370kh according to the pool but my GPU isn't making any more noise usual.

How can I be sure it's mining on the GPU and not my inbuilt graphics or something like that?

GPUz is saying the GPU load is ~100% but my hashrate still seems low compared to the others.

With 22 Mh/s that is for sure your GPU and not IGP.

You are doing it correct.

You have to add those line in your .bat file. It should be like this

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
ethminer -G -F http://xxx:9656 --cl-global-work 16384

AMD R9 290X should be a lot more than 22Mhs. Use MSI Afterburn to overclock it. Google will tell you every steps and core/mem clock as well.



I got ~25Mhs with amd 280x with just " ethminer.exe -G -F http://127.0.0.1:9656 "  GPU 1020 / Mem 1500
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September 14, 2015, 06:43:31 PM
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i haved mined solo 2136 coins , but i dont know is this right Tongue

can i used the coins , when i mined at the testnet phase?
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September 14, 2015, 06:55:48 PM
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i haved mined solo 2136 coins , but i dont know is this right Tongue

can i used the coins , when i mined at the testnet phase?

No, testnet coins have no value. Other than for testing.

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September 14, 2015, 07:11:44 PM
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I am mining on the pool. My PC has a single GPU which is an ASUS AMD R9 290x.

I am getting 22,370kh according to the pool but my GPU isn't making any more noise usual.

How can I be sure it's mining on the GPU and not my inbuilt graphics or something like that?

GPUz is saying the GPU load is ~100% but my hashrate still seems low compared to the others.

With 22 Mh/s that is for sure your GPU and not IGP.

You are doing it correct.

You have to add those line in your .bat file. It should be like this

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
ethminer -G -F http://xxx:9656 --cl-global-work 16384

AMD R9 290X should be a lot more than 22Mhs. Use MSI Afterburn to overclock it. Google will tell you every steps and core/mem clock as well.



I got ~25Mhs with amd 280x with just " ethminer.exe -G -F http://127.0.0.1:9656 "  GPU 1020 / Mem 1500

25 is bang on for a 280x.  Most of those you can coax up to 27 to 28 if you push GPU up to 1125.  Some really high end like the ASUS matrix or a sapphire tri-x can run the memclock to 1600 and that seems to get as much as 29.

If you are using a low end pitcarn its like 15 and a high end 270 or a 7870 ghz edition can pull 18-19 with clock arround 1150 and mem 1250.
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September 14, 2015, 07:15:27 PM
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difficulty must have rose like 500% after the pool came online. Sad

block time is beginning to fix itself.

Thats a good thing, we will see far less problems that way.

Ok quick question, normally with a large pool I would want to jump in, however two things.
Ethminer has the 500ms getwork delay+aditional delay from pool &
since this coin pays out Uncles and due to network delay I am guessing that I have a chance of getting uncle credit solo mining.

With these factors, is solo (over a long enough timeline) actually better than pool by a larger factor than most bitcoin clones?

Anyone want to run some math with me on this?
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September 14, 2015, 07:19:00 PM
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difficulty must have rose like 500% after the pool came online. Sad

block time is beginning to fix itself.

Thats a good thing, we will see far less problems that way.

Ok quick question, normally with a large pool I would want to jump in, however two things.
Ethminer has the 500ms getwork delay+aditional delay from pool &
since this coin pays out Uncles and due to network delay I am guessing that I have a chance of getting uncle credit solo mining.

With these factors, is solo (over a long enough timeline) actually better than pool by a larger factor than most bitcoin clones?

Anyone want to run some math with me on this?

Solo is ALWAYS better than Pool because you have no fees, no stales (mostly), no other traffic, you don't have to trust the admin etc..

Especially with coins like ETH/SHF/EXP and that low blocktime, you'd normally always want to solo if you have some decent amoutn of hash (3-4 GPU's). Pooled mining here is really critical on the server hardware. Of course a few things can be optimized, delay is already lower than 500, its at 150 back and forth and latency can also be optimized by using nodes in the country of the miners..

But .. As long as diff is low, block time is low -> go solo !

suprnova pools - reliable mining pools - #suprnova on freenet
https://www.suprnova.cc - FOLLOW us @ Twitter ! twitter.com/SuprnovaPools
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September 14, 2015, 07:25:07 PM
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difficulty must have rose like 500% after the pool came online. Sad

block time is beginning to fix itself.

Thats a good thing, we will see far less problems that way.

Ok quick question, normally with a large pool I would want to jump in, however two things.
Ethminer has the 500ms getwork delay+aditional delay from pool &
since this coin pays out Uncles and due to network delay I am guessing that I have a chance of getting uncle credit solo mining.

With these factors, is solo (over a long enough timeline) actually better than pool by a larger factor than most bitcoin clones?

Anyone want to run some math with me on this?

Solo is ALWAYS better than Pool because you have no fees, no stales (mostly), no other traffic, you don't have to trust the admin etc..

Especially with coins like ETH/SHF/EXP and that low blocktime, you'd normally always want to solo if you have some decent amoutn of hash (3-4 GPU's). Pooled mining here is really critical on the server hardware. Of course a few things can be optimized, delay is already lower than 500, its at 150 back and forth and latency can also be optimized by using nodes in the country of the miners..

But .. As long as diff is low, block time is low -> go solo !

I totally agree, anyone that can solo mine should as long as they can find blocks in a somewhat reasonable amount of time. (and they have an advantage if the pool ever goes down briefly) Pooled mining is just easier for many of us that are used to it.

I am a big fan of Suprnova myself, so I am glad you set this up, although hopefully some others also set up some trustworthy pools later to give more options and spread the hash.

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September 14, 2015, 07:26:17 PM
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difficulty must have rose like 500% after the pool came online. Sad

block time is beginning to fix itself.

Thats a good thing, we will see far less problems that way.

Ok quick question, normally with a large pool I would want to jump in, however two things.
Ethminer has the 500ms getwork delay+aditional delay from pool &
since this coin pays out Uncles and due to network delay I am guessing that I have a chance of getting uncle credit solo mining.

With these factors, is solo (over a long enough timeline) actually better than pool by a larger factor than most bitcoin clones?

Anyone want to run some math with me on this?

Solo is ALWAYS better than Pool because you have no fees, no stales (mostly), no other traffic, you don't have to trust the admin etc..

Especially with coins like ETH/SHF/EXP and that low blocktime, you'd normally always want to solo if you have some decent amoutn of hash (3-4 GPU's). Pooled mining here is really critical on the server hardware. Of course a few things can be optimized, delay is already lower than 500, its at 150 back and forth and latency can also be optimized by using nodes in the country of the miners..

But .. As long as diff is low, block time is low -> go solo !

I totally agree, anyone that can solo mine should as long as they can find blocks in a somewhat reasonable amount of time. (and they have an advantage if the pool ever goes down briefly) Pooled mining is just easier for many of us that are used to it.

I am a big fan of Suprnova myself, so I am glad you set this up, although hopefully some others also set up some trustworthy pools later to give more options and spread the hash.

I am in contact with a few and I think some more will join -  yes

suprnova pools - reliable mining pools - #suprnova on freenet
https://www.suprnova.cc - FOLLOW us @ Twitter ! twitter.com/SuprnovaPools
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September 14, 2015, 07:42:21 PM
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I am mining on the pool. My PC has a single GPU which is an ASUS AMD R9 290x.

I am getting 22,370kh according to the pool but my GPU isn't making any more noise usual.

How can I be sure it's mining on the GPU and not my inbuilt graphics or something like that?

GPUz is saying the GPU load is ~100% but my hashrate still seems low compared to the others.

With 22 Mh/s that is for sure your GPU and not IGP.

You are doing it correct.

You have to add those line in your .bat file. It should be like this

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
ethminer -G -F http://xxx:9656 --cl-global-work 16384

AMD R9 290X should be a lot more than 22Mhs. Use MSI Afterburn to overclock it. Google will tell you every steps and core/mem clock as well.



I got ~25Mhs with amd 280x with just " ethminer.exe -G -F http://127.0.0.1:9656 "  GPU 1020 / Mem 1500

25 is bang on for a 280x.  Most of those you can coax up to 27 to 28 if you push GPU up to 1125.  Some really high end like the ASUS matrix or a sapphire tri-x can run the memclock to 1600 and that seems to get as much as 29.

If you are using a low end pitcarn its like 15 and a high end 270 or a 7870 ghz edition can pull 18-19 with clock arround 1150 and mem 1250.

Yes...easy got 28-28.5Mhs with msi r9 280x gaming card . Runing stable Gpu 1200Mhz / Mem 1600Mhz.
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September 14, 2015, 07:58:09 PM
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http://s24.postimg.org/b9x2be2a9/Expanse_dark.png

Here is a logo that Ocminer could use for his pool, or if anyone else needs it for something.


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September 14, 2015, 08:12:17 PM
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Is the number that shows up in red when you do web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase)) your balance?
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September 14, 2015, 08:12:50 PM
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its currency has wallet to W64?

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September 14, 2015, 08:18:06 PM
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its currency has wallet to W64?
A command line wallet lol
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September 14, 2015, 08:31:34 PM
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Is the number that shows up in red when you do web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase)) your balance?
yes, from the coinbase account
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Is the number that shows up in red when you do web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase)) your balance?
yes, from the coinbase account
So what is the syntax to send coins to a different address? ty btw

Also, I've gotten around 2k coins in probably 10 mins of mining. Does this seem reasonable or is something wrong?
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September 14, 2015, 08:37:40 PM
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Is the number that shows up in red when you do web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase)) your balance?
yes, from the coinbase account
So what is the syntax to send coins to a different address? ty btw

Also, I've gotten around 2k coins in probably 10 mins of mining. Does this seem reasonable or is something wrong?

That seems wrong.

Type in: admin.peers

If is says "null" you are not connected and the mined coins are worthless.

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September 14, 2015, 08:38:17 PM
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That seems totally wrong, that means 250 blocs haha

   
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September 14, 2015, 08:56:21 PM
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Is the number that shows up in red when you do web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase)) your balance?
yes, from the coinbase account
So what is the syntax to send coins to a different address? ty btw

Also, I've gotten around 2k coins in probably 10 mins of mining. Does this seem reasonable or is something wrong?

That seems wrong.

Type in: admin.peers

If is says "null" you are not connected and the mined coins are worthless.
Shit haha, I got "null." How do I fix it?
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September 14, 2015, 09:04:42 PM
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Is the number that shows up in red when you do web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase)) your balance?
yes, from the coinbase account
So what is the syntax to send coins to a different address? ty btw

Also, I've gotten around 2k coins in probably 10 mins of mining. Does this seem reasonable or is something wrong?

That seems wrong.

Type in: admin.peers

If is says "null" you are not connected and the mined coins are worthless.
Shit haha, I got "null." How do I fix it?

This is from the OP, might help or not:
Code:
./gexp --bootnodes "enode://4055ec69e53df4bfecb95e3b65c28e4f2a1145a3bdc4d85d077b552248cf159951afd649f044783bebf48b902fbc0e96978c76236fd4ab3d5ef7d95d72b84ee5@[::]:42786" --rpc console 2>exp.log

or from the console

Code:
admin.addPeer("enode://4055ec69e53df4bfecb95e3b65c28e4f2a1145a3bdc4d85d077b552248cf159951afd649f044783bebf48b902fbc0e96978c76236fd4ab3d5ef7d95d72b84ee5@[::]:42786")

Check and see if you are connected to any nodes

Code:
admin.peers

You can also get your own node info for others to connect to by entering

Code:
admin.nodeInfo

turn on mining

Code:
miner.start()
miner.stop()
Once you mine a few blocks, check your balance like this

Code:
web3.fromWei(exp.getBalance(exp.coinbase))

If you are having trouble finding nodes give it a second and then follow the guide below

https://github.com/expanse-project/go-expanse/wiki/Connecting-to-the-network

Binaries
https://github.com/expanse-project/go-expanse/tree/develop/BUILDS-GEXP

Update For windows

Download the new binaries

https://github.com/expanse-org/EasyExpanseWin64/archive/master.zip

Doubleclick Setup_Step2_genesis.bat
Doubleclick Start_Expanse.bat
Add peers from just incase..

Doubleclick Start_Mining.bat

Code:
admin.addPeer("enode://4055ec69e53df4bfecb95e3b65c28e4f2a1145a3bdc4d85d077b552248cf159951afd649f044783bebf48b902fbc0e96978c76236fd4ab3d5ef7d95d72b84ee5@[::]:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://f944c6702a78a0cbcd6505b76daff069dad2e45ff88896c475da2bef47091c88e5b4042211233e397ad958be998003a2674151e60719c5fdeeff5f8cc2c231a1@74.196.59.103:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://d4ad71ef4251c4d7b07424526dea7a4205b19e24cdb3c44e22ece9e48a38c57f1eb917df67cc93db7a21e9d2aafa016601d0787f200ddac2804608f6c740fe94@[::]:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://6a1e4409f358ba71622f9573d4f1eefd922040c11f860d613a0b6183701bc4a5a9314e98474669473c30efca7d821ae1904e31eb0326579bca34daabe7e01d52@[::]:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://4055ec69e53df4bfecb95e3b65c28e4f2a1145a3bdc4d85d077b552248cf159951afd649f044783bebf48b902fbc0e96978c76236fd4ab3d5ef7d95d72b84ee5@[::]:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://d98e814b2310bef6b07ca6d72b1982938c13702336e9a0c6004a562d6b8c2f5360850df714143c28f65c0d690d90341bbc72f953e232cf5673cc7b7db7fd665c@[::]:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://261da6789b8720fc61a17c532022f9ac8d25c82680caeaf3f68f67e723deac190000847f276dfa9e4ac503b6d8c13bd77aae724b263479cafc8808ede0f1deb9@18.97.7.22:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://2444ddb2aa1c34d55f9b28a1e2b57f1d6c381250776574432381db6984996a2a05f560f0a751443d5a5df4c608a8dc6acc0bdb19bea5905edf643d2c9b44d159@85.217.235.15:63117")
admin.addPeer("enode://f3223bf8ea731e569a27318f00f4cc3696ec7d45005604f2731efc21f95028d230671dfc907f44cbed3f7fa0033e1111ffd8f9db1286b3721641d77afd500ade@54.72.197.108:46741")
admin.addPeer("enode://15a6ddec7c2e7fc67686557975b41c6308525a69c8ce56747d6ae9c7e9dc8910a4624443ffc127001f72f8f8fca4a67d04906e72d725d7b39dbff4454b8b2b28@68.197.12.14:42786")
admin.addPeer("enode://25b8304b5a7977e5478057e5f60f3a7f0da32702f0e5d0174c84ab2a9fb270fb37ef73aba2c682d4283d617e073fdc61e082d7f277474ea64fde055e17d86814@71.62.31.72:49568")

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Code:
{
    "nonce": "0x214652414e4b4f21",
    "timestamp": "0x0",
    "parentHash": "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
    "extraData": "0x4672616e6b6f497346726565646f6d",
    "gasLimit": "0x1388",
    "difficulty": "0x40000000",
    "mixhash": "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
    "coinbase": "0x93decab0cd745598860f782ac1e8f046cb99e898",
    "alloc": {
        "0xbb94f0ceb32257275b2a7a9c094c13e469b4563e": { "balance": "10000000000000000000000000" },
        "0x15656715068ab0dbdf0ab00748a8a19e40f28192": { "balance": "1000000000000000000000000"},
    "0xc075fa11f85bda3aaba67106226aaf086ac16f4e": { "balance": "100000000000000000000000"},
    "0x93decab0cd745598860f782ac1e8f046cb99e898": { "balance": "10000000000000000000000"}
    }
}

Pools
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Console Cheat Sheet
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BlockHeight == exp.blockNumber
nodeinfo == admin.noteInfo
peers == admin.peers
addnode == admin.addPeer("enode://nodekey:ipaddress@port")
send tx == exp.sendTransaction({from:exp.accounts[0], to:"0x…007", value: web3.toWei(1, "expanse")})
getBalance == exp.getBalance("0x...007")
Peercount == net.peerCount
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Also, you can try to port forwarding on 42786 on the ip of the machine that's mining. Set the UDP and TDP to connect. I'm just pretty much just repeating what has been said before. Note, some routers have issues with port forwarding and/or NAT redirection, check with your manufacture and hope there's a firmware update for it.

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