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Finally the moment we've been waiting for! Bring it on. I can't wait for the main/official release. It will be epic  Cheesy

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September 08, 2015, 08:07:25 PM
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Sometimes I'll be mining 2 to 4 days straight with no issue, then all of a sudden the DAGs don't work and I need to regenerate them.

Also, if a pool(s) are eventually created, could make sure they implement stratum instead of getwork. I guess the miner could get forked to do stratum mining also.


The DAG file is completely regenerated with entirely different contents every 30000 blocks (~100 hours). It needs to be generated (and takes time to do so) each 30,000 block cycle. DAG's can however be pre-generated, avoiding the need for the delay in generating one between each 30,000 block epoch. It seems there are a few comments/concerns related to DAG files, optimized configuration, space issues related to them, etc, So I will try to write a lengthier post explaining them, how they are used, and how to configure your environment to help clear up everyone's understanding.


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This one will be interesting! Definitely bookmarking this thread, will keep a close eye on the launch Smiley Time to kick ethereum a little bit Wink
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Keeping an eye on this...

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September 08, 2015, 10:12:56 PM
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Sometimes I'll be mining 2 to 4 days straight with no issue, then all of a sudden the DAGs don't work and I need to regenerate them.

Also, if a pool(s) are eventually created, could make sure they implement stratum instead of getwork. I guess the miner could get forked to do stratum mining also.


The DAG file is completely regenerated with entirely different contents every 30000 blocks (~100 hours). It needs to be generated (and takes time to do so) each 30,000 block cycle. DAG's can however be pre-generated, avoiding the need for the delay in generating one between each 30,000 block epoch. It seems there are a few comments/concerns related to DAG files, optimized configuration, space issues related to them, etc, So I will try to write a lengthier post explaining them, how they are used, and how to configure your environment to help clear up everyone's understanding.

That would be nice to know how to pre-regenerate them and relocate them to another drive to be read, especially people running ssds.

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Sometimes I'll be mining 2 to 4 days straight with no issue, then all of a sudden the DAGs don't work and I need to regenerate them.

Also, if a pool(s) are eventually created, could make sure they implement stratum instead of getwork. I guess the miner could get forked to do stratum mining also.


The DAG file is completely regenerated with entirely different contents every 30000 blocks (~100 hours). It needs to be generated (and takes time to do so) each 30,000 block cycle. DAG's can however be pre-generated, avoiding the need for the delay in generating one between each 30,000 block epoch. It seems there are a few comments/concerns related to DAG files, optimized configuration, space issues related to them, etc, So I will try to write a lengthier post explaining them, how they are used, and how to configure your environment to help clear up everyone's understanding.

That would be nice to know how to pre-regenerate them and relocate them to another drive to be read, especially people running ssds.

I know you can change gexp's datadrive but not ethash's, I suppose a workaround would be to create a dir on another drive, than link it to ~/.ethash

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Sometimes I'll be mining 2 to 4 days straight with no issue, then all of a sudden the DAGs don't work and I need to regenerate them.

Also, if a pool(s) are eventually created, could make sure they implement stratum instead of getwork. I guess the miner could get forked to do stratum mining also.


The DAG file is completely regenerated with entirely different contents every 30000 blocks (~100 hours). It needs to be generated (and takes time to do so) each 30,000 block cycle. DAG's can however be pre-generated, avoiding the need for the delay in generating one between each 30,000 block epoch. It seems there are a few comments/concerns related to DAG files, optimized configuration, space issues related to them, etc, So I will try to write a lengthier post explaining them, how they are used, and how to configure your environment to help clear up everyone's understanding.

That would be nice to know how to pre-regenerate them and relocate them to another drive to be read, especially people running ssds.

I know you can change gexp's datadrive but not ethash's, I suppose a workaround would be to create a dir on another drive, than link it to ~/.ethash

So, create a soft link on the dir?

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September 09, 2015, 01:06:34 AM
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8:00 PM
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Just to clarify in case anyone is confused about UTC time, this will be next Sunday Night 8pm EDT for the Main Launch.

https://countingdownto.com/countdown/expanse-main-launch-countdown-clock

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8:00 PM
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observing Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Just to clarify in case anyone is confused about UTC time, this will be next Sunday Night 8pm EDT for the Main Launch.

https://countingdownto.com/countdown/expanse-main-launch-countdown-clock

Waiting on this looks like it could be a good coin  Smiley

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8:00 PM
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observing Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Just to clarify in case anyone is confused about UTC time, this will be next Sunday Night 8pm EDT for the Main Launch.

https://countingdownto.com/countdown/expanse-main-launch-countdown-clock

Thanks for the new main launch time, Sunday sounds great!! Cheesy
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so today we get test mining?


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The Main Launch will take place 9/14/2015 12:00am UTC.




I'm in. SHF didn't turn out too well. The SHF devs are anonymous and are being greedy with bounties. This looks way better.



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Looking forward to this, perfect launch time for us that are in AUS Cheesy

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Will the test launch mine real coins on the 10th? I want in from block 1.



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September 09, 2015, 06:30:03 AM
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The new launch time means I miss it. Good luck i guess.

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September 09, 2015, 06:32:27 AM
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This project looks very good, as someone said the shift didn`t turn out to be a good project because of greedy dev, but this looks great i`m in from start. Smiley

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September 09, 2015, 07:24:17 AM
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 Let's compare:

Expanse, 11,000,000 premine with 1,100,000 available immediately. Block target 1 minute and 8 EXP block reward. 4,207,680 EXP mined per year. Time to match premine = 2 years, 7 1/2 months

Ethereum, 72,000,000 premine to prerelease investors, devs, contributors, and their foundation. Block target 15 seconds and 5 Ether block reward. 10,519,200 Ether mined (and staked in future) per year. Time to match premine = 6 years 10 months

Shift, 250,000 premine. Block target 12 seconds (in theory, its first post says average blocktime is higher) and 3 SHF block reward. 7,889,400 (theoretical) mined (or staked in future) per year. Time to match premine = 12 days.

Edit: Shift target is 11 seconds, so math is slightly off, but you get the picture.
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September 09, 2015, 07:31:33 AM
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I sent out a tweet to support this project:
https://twitter.com/jessecouch/status/641478187575152640

Feel free to retweet or like it. It will make it popular enough that it will show up in my followers feeds.


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September 09, 2015, 07:39:03 AM
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Let's compare:

Expanse, 11,000,000 premine with 1,100,000 million available immediately. Block target 1 minute and 8 EXP block reward. 4,207,680 EXP mined per year. Time to match premine = 2 years, 7 1/2 months

Ethereum, 72,000,000 premine to prerelease investors, devs, contributors, and their foundation. Block target 15 seconds and 5 Ether block reward. 10,519,200 Ether mined (and staked in future) per year. Time to match premine = 6 years 10 months

Shift, 250,000 premine. Block target 12 seconds (in theory, its first post says average blocktime is higher) and 3 SHF block reward. 7,889,400 (theoretical) mined (or staked in future) per year. Time to match premine = 12 days.

you right

at the same time "shift didn`t turn out to be a good project because of greedy dev, but this looks great"  and 12 days and more than 2 year.
someone do not like math Smiley
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