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May 20, 2016, 10:59:32 AM
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good job grumpytiger/joe, i m sure EGC go to mooonn!

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May 20, 2016, 06:51:18 PM
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good job grumpytiger/joe, i m sure EGC go to mooonn!
So the next project must be an environmentally friendly space shuttle Tongue

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May 20, 2016, 07:45:10 PM
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Imagine if this miner did x15...

Would be perfect for a solar miner.
Actual miner, not staker.


7 Watts is actually so little it could be fun to play with.
Also I think its cheap.


https://shop.pinidea.io/index.php/product/asic-x11-miner-du-1/

HashRate: 9M(±5%)
Power: 1.4A/5V @ 9M(include 5v fan)
Dimensions: 5cm x 5cm x 3cm
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May 20, 2016, 08:15:21 PM
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good job grumpytiger/joe, i m sure EGC go to mooonn!
So the next project must be an environmentally friendly space shuttle Tongue

The environmentally friendly space shuttle is more long-term plan. Wink

The next focus is picking up the solar miner project where we left off. Gabi got pulled exclusively on the strato endeavor and Clay got pulled out of the country for his job. Both of these turn of events were unanticipated. Matthew was unable to contribute due to his per-arranged schedule but that was known prior.

Gabi and Clay collectively were working on the hardware and I (Steve) was more so only on the software and the environment for the software, helping the guys get the parts for prototypes, and managing potential part lists going off of their electrical knowledge and findings with previous parts. They are stronger suited in the electrical department than myself. Along with the mentioned I most likely will be fabricating the enclosures and any bracketry needed, once the hardware is finalized and dimensions can be made, as I have reasonably ready access to materials and the equipment to do so. I also have worked with a local plastic molding/injection company that I would use if need be and I have access to powder coating. 

The plan is ready to adapt as needed to make sure the solar miner project does come through and I have consulted with solar engineers to help gain knowledgeable insight and move the project along. To be honest, the projected 2nd quarter launch of the solar miner will need things to fall into place very nicely at this point to be met. I do hope the first strato launch can soon be removed from Gabi's focus and Clay's work schedule permits his return to involvement soon as well so the roadmap is not deviated from any.

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May 20, 2016, 08:49:11 PM
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was passing out some evergreen wallets at pocatello nissan/toyota where they introduced me to thier new 2016 nissan leaf fully electric thaught it was cool wanted to share.




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May 20, 2016, 09:24:49 PM
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Imagine if this miner did x15...

Would be perfect for a solar miner.
Actual miner, not staker.


7 Watts is actually so little it could be fun to play with.
Also I think its cheap.


https://shop.pinidea.io/index.php/product/asic-x11-miner-du-1/

HashRate: 9M(±5%)
Power: 1.4A/5V @ 9M(include 5v fan)
Dimensions: 5cm x 5cm x 3cm
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X15 would require a bit more power for the 4 additional sub-algorithms of hamsi, fugue, shabal, and the costly whirlpool algorithm and the hashrate would suffer.

Actually, it is funny you bring this up. When developing EverGreenCoin some of my well respected colleagues and friends said to me, "Why X15, its a weird algo? Just do X11, you will get more miners easier and it is ASIC resistant." Well, I wanted to be sure ASIC's would not invade the EverGreenCoin PoW. At the time, there were no X11 ASIC's on the market nor public mention of them coming but, I knew hardware manufactures had to be looking at the profit margins to produce such hardware given the popularity and profitability of Dash and other X11 coins. Also, I remember the same expectations being Dashed, pun intended Wink, for Scrypt coins not so long ago. This was a goal I am happy to have achieved, bearing any other bleeding-edge ASIC developments in the next ~40 days.

That said, there is only about 108k blocks of PoW remaining. In a little over a month, such hardware would be useless for PoW mining EGC directly and I will have had completely protected the EGC PoW from ASIC's thanks to my reluctancy to follow the well-beaten X11 path. Also, PoS will better adjust and maintain the consistent reward during power outages that will surly periodically occur, especially in regions and/or times of the year with few daylight hours. For these reasons, solar staking will be much, much more consistently predictable (7%) and I would like to give that confidence to owners of the EGC solar 'miner'. Solar PoW mining would leave you guessing in regards to power outages and the irreplaceable downtime and would be greatly and unpredictably impacted by mining difficulty. 

Net hashrate has fairly consistently been over 1 GH/s. It was over 6 GH/s yesterday. Apparently we have done something to attract a lot of miners to stray from X11. Thanks to http://zpool.ca/ ASIC owners can still indirectly mine EGC and not 'own' the EGC PoW. So, in a round-about way, you could use that mentioned ASIC to gain EGC. Just not by directly mining EGC and effecting other miners directly.

Thanks for sharing the link. I myself hadn't taken much time to window shop the new X11 ASIC's. The simple fact I believe is, when the profit margins are enough for manufactures to produce X15 ASIC's, you can be sure they will hit the market. Thankfully, they should never hit EGC's PoW difficulty. Smiley

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May 20, 2016, 11:37:15 PM
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Is the wallet down?
Its not synchronizing. Its also down on zpool.

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May 21, 2016, 12:01:18 AM
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is the blockchain stuck?

EDIT: NVM not stuck
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May 21, 2016, 01:33:45 AM
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I am investigating. Resyncing the block explorer presently.


EDIT: zpool looks to have been down for 7 hours. I have contacted the operator via IRC. I will reindex the block explorer's database tonight just to be safe but, its daemon does appear to be resyncing fine. It was stuck and resyncing will be the safest. I will continue to monitor and verify all systems tonight.

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receive version message: version 70000, blocks=416858, us=xxxx:57943, them=81.161.137.189:5757, peer=81.161.137.189:5757
Added 1 addresses from 81.161.137.189: 218 tried, 1245 new
trying connection 100.73.223.32:5757 lastseen=124.7hrs
received block fdf98d2f4da9f4a7f53a
Misbehaving: 74.120.220.50:5757 (0 -> 100) DISCONNECTING
disconnecting node 74.120.220.50:5757
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : block with too little proof-of-stake

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May 21, 2016, 06:47:19 AM
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good job grumpytiger/joe, i m sure EGC go to mooonn!
So the next project must be an environmentally friendly space shuttle Tongue

maybe yes, maybe no..  Grin

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can anyone tell me what is the current block? it look like SuchPool is forked
    "blocks" : 418232,
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May 21, 2016, 09:10:24 AM
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can anyone tell me what is the current block? it look like SuchPool is forked
    "blocks" : 418232,
I'm at block 417497 atm
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May 21, 2016, 10:36:36 AM
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Currently resyncing the wallet, don't know what happened since we are running 1.1.2
but we mined a lot of block on the wrong fork.


EDIT:


SuchPool is back on the "right" fork, finaly that wasn't so bad, "only" 16 blocks on the "wrong" fork

BTW there was 850 mh/s on the "wrong" fork, which is more than the "right" fork at 390 mh/s

We will stop the mining for now and wait for dev to decide what happen with that, payouts also disabled

DEV please pm me once you decided what to do with this


P.S A working block explorer would be usefull
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May 21, 2016, 02:33:16 PM
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My wallet after running for weeks fine was also forked a few hours ago.

Which nodes are on the right fork so we can sync to those ones?

Also, the wallet is super unresponsive while syncing (can't click anywhere).

Edit: ^the wallet is only slow with my main wallet which is 13 MB in size, with a new wallet it's fast.

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May 21, 2016, 02:43:13 PM
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Currently resyncing the wallet, don't know what happened since we are running 1.1.2
but we mined a lot of block on the wrong fork.


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SuchPool is back on the "right" fork, finaly that wasn't so bad, "only" 16 blocks on the "wrong" fork

BTW there was 850 mh/s on the "wrong" fork, which is more than the "right" fork at 390 mh/s

We will stop the mining for now and wait for dev to decide what happen with that, payouts also disabled

DEV please pm me once you decided what to do with this


P.S A working block explorer would be usefull

Whats your latest block?
My last block is 417526

Edit:
Yobit is at 418254


Bittrex :
Status: Blocked   EGC   417524   5   72 minutes   Sat May 21 2016 16:45:51 GMT+0200

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May 21, 2016, 03:11:17 PM
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Whats your latest block?
My last block is 417526

Edit:
Yobit is at 418254


Bittrex :
Status: Blocked   EGC   417524   5   72 minutes   Sat May 21 2016 16:45:51 GMT+0200

I resynced with limiting the connection number to 1 with removing peers.dat so I synced from the first hardcoded seednode which is on block 417527 at the time of writing like Bittrex so I assume the seednodes are also on the wrong fork.

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May 21, 2016, 03:19:44 PM
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Whats your latest block?
My last block is 417526

Edit:
Yobit is at 418254


Bittrex :
Status: Blocked   EGC   417524   5   72 minutes   Sat May 21 2016 16:45:51 GMT+0200

I resynced with limiting the connection number to 1 with removing peers.dat so I synced from the first hardcoded seednode which is on block 417527 at the time of writing like Bittrex so I assume the seednodes are also on the wrong fork.

This lower block count, 417k, appears correct. I am getting all the seednodes on it. Then the block explorer.

These seeds are on the correct chain as of now:
51.254.216.25
51.254.216.250
149.202.49.98

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Whats your latest block?
My last block is 417526

Edit:
Yobit is at 418254


Bittrex :
Status: Blocked   EGC   417524   5   72 minutes   Sat May 21 2016 16:45:51 GMT+0200

I resynced with limiting the connection number to 1 with removing peers.dat so I synced from the first hardcoded seednode which is on block 417527 at the time of writing like Bittrex so I assume the seednodes are also on the wrong fork.

This lower block count, 417k, appears correct. I am getting all the seednodes on it. Then the block explorer.

These seeds are on the correct chain as of now:
51.254.216.25
51.254.216.250
149.202.49.98


we'll need an updated wallet with checkpoints
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May 21, 2016, 03:33:31 PM
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Whats your latest block?
My last block is 417526

Edit:
Yobit is at 418254


Bittrex :
Status: Blocked   EGC   417524   5   72 minutes   Sat May 21 2016 16:45:51 GMT+0200

I resynced with limiting the connection number to 1 with removing peers.dat so I synced from the first hardcoded seednode which is on block 417527 at the time of writing like Bittrex so I assume the seednodes are also on the wrong fork.

This lower block count, 417k, appears correct. I am getting all the seednodes on it. Then the block explorer.

These seeds are on the correct chain as of now:
51.254.216.25
51.254.216.250
149.202.49.98


Awesome, than it's not as bad.

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