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April 08, 2016, 07:57:50 AM
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I'd recommend that one also for the time being until I get the issues with mine fixed.
I guess you didn't read my sig. Wink

That miner is also downloadable here:

https://hodl.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=gettingstarted

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April 08, 2016, 08:10:01 AM
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no release? can not compile

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April 08, 2016, 02:09:45 PM
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Another Question about term deposits. Can  the list be sorted? Currently there is no order. Eve new TDs
don't get put at the end they get dropped somewhere in the middle of the list. It would be nice to allow
users to sort by any column much like file explorers do.

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April 08, 2016, 02:15:47 PM
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this day
3 acorn with solo

it's better solo vs pool

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April 08, 2016, 02:19:50 PM
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Another Question about term deposits. Can  the list be sorted? Currently there is no order. Eve new TDs
don't get put at the end they get dropped somewhere in the middle of the list. It would be nice to allow
users to sort by any column much like file explorers do.

Yes, it's opened as an issue on Github.

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April 08, 2016, 03:38:52 PM
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Another Question about term deposits. Can  the list be sorted? Currently there is no order. Eve new TDs
don't get put at the end they get dropped somewhere in the middle of the list. It would be nice to allow
users to sort by any column much like file explorers do.

Yes, it's opened as an issue on Github.

Thank you. I guess I should do my homework and take a look at the open issues before posting..

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April 08, 2016, 03:40:56 PM
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HOdl on cpuminer-opt is fixed. Download v3.1.12.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0lVSGQYLJIZRVdQNmY0NVM2Slk/view?usp=sharing

Both the AES_NI and SSE2 versions have about a 10% performance boost over the other miners.

For more details follow the link in my sig.
 
Again my apologies for the slopppiness.

Edit: my i7-6700K shows a significant sustained increaee in hashrate over wolf,
        but my i5-2400 not so much.

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April 08, 2016, 03:47:40 PM
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I'd recommend that one also for the time being until I get the issues with mine fixed.
I guess you didn't read my sig. Wink

Recommendtaion withdrawn. Linux users are better off now with cpuminer-opt v3.1.12
on CPUs with or without AES_NI. Still use hodlminer-wolf  (AES_NI) or hodleminer for Windows.
For convenience here are indirect links to all three:

cpuminer-opt: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1326803.msg13542056#msg13542056

hodleminer-wolf: http://cryptomining-blog.com/7692-new-faster-hodlcoin-cpu-miner-is-now-available/

hodlminer: http://cryptomining-blog.com/7671-second-mining-pool-for-hodlcoin-now-available/

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April 08, 2016, 03:50:44 PM
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HOdl on cpuminer-opt is fixed. Download v3.1.12.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0lVSGQYLJIZRVdQNmY0NVM2Slk/view?usp=sharing

Both the AES_NI and SSE2 versions have about a 10% performance boost over the other miners.

Again my apologies for the slopppiness.

good morning, thanks for sharing updates  , but i dont even know how to compile this miner , i was trying to use wolf cpu miner but crases on my xeon e3 1230 v2 on win 10 64 bits , using currently old miner for hodl Cheesy
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April 08, 2016, 04:20:30 PM
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HOdl on cpuminer-opt is fixed. Download v3.1.12.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0lVSGQYLJIZRVdQNmY0NVM2Slk/view?usp=sharing

Both the AES_NI and SSE2 versions have about a 10% performance boost over the other miners.

Again my apologies for the slopppiness.

good morning, thanks for sharing updates  , but i dont even know how to compile this miner , i was trying to use wolf cpu miner but crases on my xeon e3 1230 v2 on win 10 64 bits , using currently old miner for hodl Cheesy

Yup, no AES_NI on that CPU. cpuminer-opt is not available for Windows so keep using hodlminer
or switch to linux.


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April 08, 2016, 04:24:39 PM
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I am hodling  Grin at least some few mined, i like the coin.

there is always a light at the end of the tunnel...
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April 09, 2016, 10:24:07 AM
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Do I have to keep the wallet running in order to earn the interest?
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April 09, 2016, 10:30:58 AM
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Do I have to keep the wallet running in order to earn the interest?
Nope, when you close your client you'll keep earning interest Cheesy
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April 09, 2016, 12:44:57 PM
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no bootstrap? is taking ages to sync
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April 09, 2016, 02:14:51 PM
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no bootstrap? is taking ages to sync

No bootstrap, not needed.

I've synced and resynced this coin many many tomes over and it is one of the fastest at doing so across multiple OSes and multiple locations.  If you are having issues syncing it is likely a problem on your end

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April 09, 2016, 02:17:45 PM
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at YOBIT i hodl 3600 sat Sad

its way cheaper then mining

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April 09, 2016, 04:48:56 PM
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Do I have to keep the wallet running in order to earn the interest?

Nope.  Interest is calculated on the blockchain so you do not need the wallet open.
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As I'm sure many of you know, HOdl is a crypto project funded by the public. There was no premine or ICO fund collected, it had a 100% fair launch. As you can see we have been collecting bounties for things we need along the way. There is a core few of us, who have spent a good amount of our own funds (HODL, BTC and USD) on all these things so far. We need your help moving forward, we have set up a general funds address. We think this will be the best way to do this. Instead of every time we need something and have someone lined up to do it, coming to the community and waiting weeks to collect the funds.

So what do we need these funds for?

We are working on the website right now and we will need funds to host the site.

Some of you may have seen that Fuzzblaws has been working on a custom HOdl block explorer. We will need funds to host this, we need to scale resources as traffic volume increases. We think you will all love what he has done with this block explorer. It has a Top HOdlers list by address, complete with number of active deposits, amount of HODL deposited and the Mature Value of each address. It also has charts showing how much of the total supply is HOdled at this moment, as well has how much of the total supply has come from HOdling. Those are just a few of the features he has brought to this new Block explorer.

We will also need funds to get these stand alone miners released properly. As I'm sure you have all seen and tried some of the newly released miners, we still don't have a proper binary release of any of them. While we truly appreciate all of the hard work that went into all of them. We have bits and pieces of them spread out all over this thread. This is where the general funds would have come in handy, we could have gotten a binary release of Wolf's new miner, rather than just the source code which is all we could afford. As Freetrade has posted a few posts back, Wolf has agreed to provide the HOdlcoin community with an open-source, GBT CPU miner if a 1.25 BTC bounty can be raised.

Look at this general fund as investing in the value of a coin you already own and may be HOdling for years to come.

Here is the address both Freetrade and I hodl the private key to this address
1BountyAyfaj2LRD2VhTY5iyfgjg79nmSx


https://blockchain.info/address/1BountyAyfaj2LRD2VhTY5iyfgjg79nmSx

0.00413262 BTC so far.. keep up the donations


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April 09, 2016, 10:34:41 PM
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As I'm sure many of you know, HOdl is a crypto project funded by the public. There was no premine or ICO fund collected, it had a 100% fair launch. As you can see we have been collecting bounties for things we need along the way. There is a core few of us, who have spent a good amount of our own funds (HODL, BTC and USD) on all these things so far. We need your help moving forward, we have set up a general funds address. We think this will be the best way to do this. Instead of every time we need something and have someone lined up to do it, coming to the community and waiting weeks to collect the funds.

So what do we need these funds for?

We are working on the website right now and we will need funds to host the site.

Some of you may have seen that Fuzzblaws has been working on a custom HOdl block explorer. We will need funds to host this, we need to scale resources as traffic volume increases. We think you will all love what he has done with this block explorer. It has a Top HOdlers list by address, complete with number of active deposits, amount of HODL deposited and the Mature Value of each address. It also has charts showing how much of the total supply is HOdled at this moment, as well has how much of the total supply has come from HOdling. Those are just a few of the features he has brought to this new Block explorer.

We will also need funds to get these stand alone miners released properly. As I'm sure you have all seen and tried some of the newly released miners, we still don't have a proper binary release of any of them. While we truly appreciate all of the hard work that went into all of them. We have bits and pieces of them spread out all over this thread. This is where the general funds would have come in handy, we could have gotten a binary release of Wolf's new miner, rather than just the source code which is all we could afford. As Freetrade has posted a few posts back, Wolf has agreed to provide the HOdlcoin community with an open-source, GBT CPU miner if a 1.25 BTC bounty can be raised.

Look at this general fund as investing in the value of a coin you already own and may be HOdling for years to come.

Here is the address both Freetrade and I hodl the private key to this address
1BountyAyfaj2LRD2VhTY5iyfgjg79nmSx


https://blockchain.info/address/1BountyAyfaj2LRD2VhTY5iyfgjg79nmSx

0.00413262 BTC so far.. keep up the donations



Thanks for your work!

Maybe a HOdl-bounty-address could be useful.
It´s all about HOdl here Smiley
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As I'm sure many of you know, HOdl is a crypto project funded by the public. There was no premine or ICO fund collected, it had a 100% fair launch. As you can see we have been collecting bounties for things we need along the way. There is a core few of us, who have spent a good amount of our own funds (HODL, BTC and USD) on all these things so far. We need your help moving forward, we have set up a general funds address. We think this will be the best way to do this. Instead of every time we need something and have someone lined up to do it, coming to the community and waiting weeks to collect the funds.

So what do we need these funds for?

We are working on the website right now and we will need funds to host the site.

Some of you may have seen that Fuzzblaws has been working on a custom HOdl block explorer. We will need funds to host this, we need to scale resources as traffic volume increases. We think you will all love what he has done with this block explorer. It has a Top HOdlers list by address, complete with number of active deposits, amount of HODL deposited and the Mature Value of each address. It also has charts showing how much of the total supply is HOdled at this moment, as well has how much of the total supply has come from HOdling. Those are just a few of the features he has brought to this new Block explorer.

We will also need funds to get these stand alone miners released properly. As I'm sure you have all seen and tried some of the newly released miners, we still don't have a proper binary release of any of them. While we truly appreciate all of the hard work that went into all of them. We have bits and pieces of them spread out all over this thread. This is where the general funds would have come in handy, we could have gotten a binary release of Wolf's new miner, rather than just the source code which is all we could afford. As Freetrade has posted a few posts back, Wolf has agreed to provide the HOdlcoin community with an open-source, GBT CPU miner if a 1.25 BTC bounty can be raised.

Look at this general fund as investing in the value of a coin you already own and may be HOdling for years to come.

Here is the address both Freetrade and I hodl the private key to this address
1BountyAyfaj2LRD2VhTY5iyfgjg79nmSx


https://blockchain.info/address/1BountyAyfaj2LRD2VhTY5iyfgjg79nmSx

0.00413262 BTC so far.. keep up the donations



Thanks for your work!

Maybe a HOdl-bounty-address could be useful.
It´s all about HOdl here Smiley

We need this for paying for host servers and other resources.. That don't  except Hodl as payment.. There is no need to get Hodl to then have to dump it.. Plenty of dumping going on already on the exchanges..


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