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March 09, 2016, 06:11:51 AM
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Just a question,

Since the wallet can lock in Months can I Term Lock some HODL for 3 years (36 Months) and still have the Interest Multiplier ?

After 1 year Bonus Interest on balance is 98% so would it halve every year ?

"Term deposit Rates"
1 week term deposit ~ 5.6% bonus on interest
1 month term deposit ~ 22% bonus on interest
3 month term deposit ~ 55% bonus on interest
6 month term deposit ~ 82% bonus on interest
1 year term deposit ~ 98% bonus on interest
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March 09, 2016, 06:42:33 AM
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Just a question,

Since the wallet can lock in Months can I Term Lock some HODL for 3 years (36 Months) and still have the Interest Multiplier ?

After 1 year Bonus Interest on balance is 98% so would it halve every year ?

"Term deposit Rates"
1 week term deposit ~ 5.6% bonus on interest
1 month term deposit ~ 22% bonus on interest
3 month term deposit ~ 55% bonus on interest
6 month term deposit ~ 82% bonus on interest
1 year term deposit ~ 98% bonus on interest


The protocol allows for that, but not recommended - you'll only get interest for 1 year, but your funds will remain locked for 3. Best to lock for 1 year, then come back and lock again.

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March 09, 2016, 06:43:40 AM
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Running some stats today -



This is the chart of the amounts and days of maturation of hodled deposits . . . days from genesis / amount released.

You'll see there is a lot of 12 month hodling going on.

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March 09, 2016, 07:26:00 AM
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Thank you for the Mac wallet  Smiley

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March 09, 2016, 08:19:55 AM
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how many time can it be deposits?
i mean when i deposit an amount , for a month , can i deposit this again , or must i use new coins ?

                          
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March 09, 2016, 08:22:37 AM
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how many time can it be deposits?
i mean when i deposit an amount , for a month , can i deposit this again , or must i use new coins ?

You must re-deposit to the same or new address every 30 days unless Term Locking, then after your Maturation has completed from the Term Locking (HODL'ing) then you can either just let them gain basic interest or HODL again Cheesy

You "CAN NOT" move coins once they have been Term Deposited, you have to wait until the Maturation Date/Block before you can !

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March 09, 2016, 08:27:01 AM
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is certainly risky to hold for too much, what if the coin die? i don't see much interest on the market, are someone working to accept this on bigger exchange?



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March 09, 2016, 10:22:42 AM
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is certainly risky to hold for too much, what if the coin die? i don't see much interest on the market, are someone working to accept this on bigger exchange?
there is much going on actually behind the scene, if you guys would join HOdl slack & Bittrex slack you would be more up to date.. let me summarize a bit:
- respective coder ahmedbodi is/was testing HOdl pool on testnet, discussion was carried on bittrex slack
(bittrex.slack.com)
- there is bounty thread for HOdl cpu miner (Ħ4000 + 0.2BTC) respective developer Wolf0 showed interest on getting one done
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1366011.0)
- few of BTT respective members ware/are in talks with bittrex_bill and continuing to bug bill for addition to Bittrex
(feel free to join bittrex slack and ask bill for addition, this is community driven interest!!! bittrex.slack.com)
- in the meantime i recommend using HOdl OTC topic to buy/sell coins until we hit bigger exchange
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1372878.0)
good things takes time..


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March 09, 2016, 11:47:48 AM
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Is there any reason why we are keeping the -useevp option?
It defaults to true and you should have no advantage in disabling it.
I'm going to release improved code and I'd like to remove the non-evp AES code.

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March 09, 2016, 12:10:30 PM
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Is there any reason why we are keeping the -useevp option?
It defaults to true and you should have no advantage in disabling it.
I'm going to release improved code and I'd like to remove the non-evp AES code.

I see no harm in removing it.

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March 09, 2016, 01:04:21 PM
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Is there any reason why we are keeping the -useevp option?
It defaults to true and you should have no advantage in disabling it.
I'm going to release improved code and I'd like to remove the non-evp AES code.

Pallas, are you keeping the Boost library? Ahmedbodi is asking for a version without boost (it's just used for threads) to make it easier to integrate with pool/miner software - not sure what the speed implications would be if removing boost. Any thoughts?

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March 09, 2016, 01:15:10 PM
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Is there any reason why we are keeping the -useevp option?
It defaults to true and you should have no advantage in disabling it.
I'm going to release improved code and I'd like to remove the non-evp AES code.

Pallas, are you keeping the Boost library? Ahmedbodi is asking for a version without boost (it's just used for threads) to make it easier to integrate with pool/miner software - not sure what the speed implications would be if removing boost. Any thoughts?

I don't think replacing boost threads with another threads library (like pthreads) will affect performance.
But I don't know how much work is needed to completely remove boost.

EDIT: a quick look at the code and you can find other boost tools used like this one:

<boost/unordered_map.hpp>

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March 09, 2016, 01:42:12 PM
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Is there any reason why we are keeping the -useevp option?
It defaults to true and you should have no advantage in disabling it.
I'm going to release improved code and I'd like to remove the non-evp AES code.

Pallas, are you keeping the Boost library? Ahmedbodi is asking for a version without boost (it's just used for threads) to make it easier to integrate with pool/miner software - not sure what the speed implications would be if removing boost. Any thoughts?

I don't think replacing boost threads with another threads library (like pthreads) will affect performance.
But I don't know how much work is needed to completely remove boost.

EDIT: a quick look at the code and you can find other boost tools used like this one:

<boost/unordered_map.hpp>

I think that one is an orphan and can be removed easily. Just the threads one is used in the POW algo.

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March 09, 2016, 01:54:14 PM
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Is there any reason why we are keeping the -useevp option?
It defaults to true and you should have no advantage in disabling it.
I'm going to release improved code and I'd like to remove the non-evp AES code.

Pallas, are you keeping the Boost library? Ahmedbodi is asking for a version without boost (it's just used for threads) to make it easier to integrate with pool/miner software - not sure what the speed implications would be if removing boost. Any thoughts?

I don't think replacing boost threads with another threads library (like pthreads) will affect performance.
But I don't know how much work is needed to completely remove boost.

EDIT: a quick look at the code and you can find other boost tools used like this one:

<boost/unordered_map.hpp>

I think that one is an orphan and can be removed easily. Just the threads one is used in the POW algo.

Yes, it compiles without it.
And also without:

#include <boost/tuple/tuple.hpp>

in miner.cpp ;-)

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March 09, 2016, 07:38:39 PM
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after a few days, finally I have this coin. hopefully continue to grow day by day  Roll Eyes

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March 09, 2016, 07:44:44 PM
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an i7 can mine with 8 core or 4 only? thread are seen as a core?
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an i7 can mine with 8 core or 4 only? thread are seen as a core?


Ok let's break down terminology..

We have CPU cores, CPU threads and mining threads..

Your Intel quad core (4 core) is Hyper Threaded.. So you have 8 threads..

The miner will round mining threads to the closest power of 2 (2,4,8,16,32...)

So you can mined with 2 (25%) 4 (50%) 8 (100%)

However you can some time get a little more performance out of using more threads then your CPU has available..

Like 3gb of ram with 4 threads each.. Which is 12 mining threads.. Hashrate will vary based on system hardware..


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March 09, 2016, 08:31:22 PM
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1989. There is a twitter contest to guess why.
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5 days till end of twitter contest!!!

1. Price 1,000 HODL - for right answer. - term locked deposit ala ~34,000 HODL on maturation.

2. Price   500 HODL - for most entertaining tweet. - term locked deposit ala ~17,000 HODL on maturation.

3. Price   500 HODL - for most re-tweeted entry - term locked deposit ala ~17,000 HODL on maturation.

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March 09, 2016, 08:53:53 PM
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an i7 can mine with 8 core or 4 only? thread are seen as a core?


Ok let's break down terminology..

We have CPU cores, CPU threads and mining threads..

Your Intel quad core (4 core) is Hyper Threaded.. So you have 8 threads..

The miner will round mining threads to the closest power of 2 (2,4,8,16,32...)

So you can mined with 2 (25%) 4 (50%) 8 (100%)

However you can some time get a little more performance out of using more threads then your CPU has available..

Like 3gb of ram with 4 threads each.. Which is 12 mining threads.. Hashrate will vary based on system hardware..

so i can set "set generate 8"?
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March 09, 2016, 09:12:54 PM
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an i7 can mine with 8 core or 4 only? thread are seen as a core?


Ok let's break down terminology..

We have CPU cores, CPU threads and mining threads..

Your Intel quad core (4 core) is Hyper Threaded.. So you have 8 threads..

The miner will round mining threads to the closest power of 2 (2,4,8,16,32...)

So you can mined with 2 (25%) 4 (50%) 8 (100%)

However you can some time get a little more performance out of using more threads then your CPU has available..

Like 3gb of ram with 4 threads each.. Which is 12 mining threads.. Hashrate will vary based on system hardware..

so i can set "set generate 8"?

Yes but if you want to simply mined with all 8 threads.. You can use the "mining" drop down menu...

You can read through the mining thread as well..
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1383479.0;all


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