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February 06, 2016, 09:25:05 PM
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I stop mining now.
With a network hashrate 15 to 20 Kh/s I don't have a chance to hit 1 block a day.
Botnets or CPU miner?
Maybe more people interested?
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I got today six blocks with my two year old Pentium i7-4770, so mining is still possible in standalone mode.
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I got today a block with my six two year old Pentium i7-4770 machines...
Maybe that...

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February 06, 2016, 11:12:33 PM
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Nah, people with server farms are mostly getting them all. In 3 days, I've gotten 4 blocks, none day, 3 yesterday, 1 before that.

i7 4790k. I remember why I never liked CPU coins. Even PTS was first dominated by the green team, before the red team took over and crashed the price.

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February 07, 2016, 12:24:23 AM
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Thought I would just share some of my findings of mining so far..

So the math is working out to an avg. of $0.0454 per HODL when looking at paying cloud server prices.. this is an general avg. some servers are more lucky then others.. bc lets not forget when it come to solo CPU mining luck comes in to play.. once we have a CPU pool miner and we start pooling rewards will be a little more  consistent..

I saw something worth mentioning when visiting a family member today I decided to test hash speed on their older workstation it has dual E5420 (4 cores, 12M Cache, 2.50 GHz) while this is an older Xeon chip I thought it would be a nice test... So its a Dual CPU 4 core rig.. so its as close to an intel Straight 8 (non-hyperthreaded) that you will find.. So I pulled up the console and started 8 threads mining... 57 h/s hahah yes that was the max I could push out of it!! I tried pulling back to 4 threads to see if they could do the 57 h/s on thier own.. like was this a problem with having dual CPUs.. even though these cloud servers are doing all sorts of magic when it comes to sharing CPUs.. and well I got 28 h/s.. so I double checked the math in the log file.. hash to seconds.. but it checked out..

I am looking forward to a CPU pool.. I ok waiting for a GPU miner

Oh Dev or anyone who can give a little insight who has their HODL locked up already.. on locked funds does the high interest rate get paid incrementally with each block like standard interest? or will this interest be paid in 1 lump some at term? If it doesn't pay higher then normal interest with each block then does it still pay the standard interest as well? and if this standard interest does still get paid is this interest stay locked as well? meaning do you have funds locked that will get a huge interest pay out in 1 year.. but its still earning intreast that is separate from the locked funds? bc if so then it will stop after 30 days bc it cant be moved.. and when you have funds in your wallet locked im assuming you get a prompt if your tying to send them with unlock funds that X amount are locked? but you could send that interest if its not locked.. sry if this was messy to follow..


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February 07, 2016, 10:05:03 AM
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Hmmm, I'd guess those old miners don't have AES-NI, so you're seeing some pretty slow hash rates.

For term deposits, the interest is calculated incrementally (compounded) but only available at the end of the term. It pays the standard interest as well - that's also locked until the end of the term. It doesn't get stopped after 30 days. The term deposit will show as an immature balance in your wallet and you can't spend it. Hey, come say hello on Slack - lots of helpful people there!

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February 07, 2016, 11:52:26 AM
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Hi FreeTrade,

many thanks for your explanation. Is it possible that my relatively high RAM of 16 GB in combination with a fast SSD-harddisk helps to make my mining success more likely?
Processor is a Pentium i7-4770 and is got 2 blocks within the last 12 hours.

Thanks for your feedback and happy Sunday!

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February 07, 2016, 11:59:48 AM
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Hi FreeTrade,

many thanks for your explanation. Is it possible that my relatively high RAM of 16 GB in combination with a fast SSD-harddisk helps to make my mining success more likely?
Processor is a Pentium i7-4770 and is got 2 blocks within the last 12 hours.

Thanks for your feedback and happy Sunday!

Markus

Hey, things that will help . . . . in order of importance . . . .  AES-NI instruction, many cores, high speed processor

The i7-4770 is a good processor for mining this. 16GB / SSD harddisk no help.

Memory bus capacity/speed would also help, but not sure how that is measured.

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February 07, 2016, 12:47:31 PM
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Thanks FreeTrade. Curious how my mining success will go on. Will blog about this coin in my German Altcoinblog Smiley
Will insert the link here when it's finished.

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February 07, 2016, 01:22:04 PM
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@FreeTrade,

Thanks for the clarification the other day about the wallet miner debug messages. I've been around long enough to start thinking that I know more than I really do, so apologies for the incorrect statement of fact about the miner behavior. Variance looks perfectly normal for me, I've had a day hitting just 2 blocks, and just last night I got lucky and hit 8! I'm on a single i7-4770.

One question for folks running the latest windows wallet: I'm not seeing my immature balance on the latest wallet update. Since all of my coins are in term deposits (minus some change), it's as if all of my balance disappeared. If I switch to the previous wallet version, the immature balance is there and it looks fine. Anyone else seeing the same?

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February 07, 2016, 02:13:56 PM
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@FreeTrade,

Thanks for the clarification the other day about the wallet miner debug messages. I've been around long enough to start thinking that I know more than I really do, so apologies for the incorrect statement of fact about the miner behavior. Variance looks perfectly normal for me, I've had a day hitting just 2 blocks, and just last night I got lucky and hit 8! I'm on a single i7-4770.

One question for folks running the latest windows wallet: I'm not seeing my immature balance on the latest wallet update. Since all of my coins are in term deposits (minus some change), it's as if all of my balance disappeared. If I switch to the previous wallet version, the immature balance is there and it looks fine. Anyone else seeing the same?

You're right about that - I think version 2 or 3 had a bug where term deposits weren't showing up under your immature balance. If you grab the latest version from the main ANN post, it should be good.

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February 07, 2016, 09:43:53 PM
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Got about 160,000 coins issued now.

totalHOdled:71753


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February 08, 2016, 03:23:54 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol
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February 08, 2016, 03:36:15 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol

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February 08, 2016, 04:02:50 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol

really whats your hash rate? I mined 2 blocks on a rig that was maxed out at 57h/s and as low as 31h/s


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February 08, 2016, 04:04:38 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol

really whats your hash rate? I mined 2 blocks on a rig that was maxed out at 57h/s and as low as 31h/s

How can you tell your hashrate ? I am using the built-in miner inside the wallet with a Core 2 Duo (Dual Core) with the setgenerate true -1 option.

I've even tried on a i5 for half a day and nothing....
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February 08, 2016, 04:06:34 AM
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wanted to see if anyone has seen any Crypto use the  Ħ  symbol? If not it may be a good one to consider...


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February 08, 2016, 04:09:39 AM
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I'm using windows wallets when trying to mine as well but after a while both of the clients give me a warning when doing a getmininginfo stating that there has been more blocks mined then anticipated in a certain period of time.... I restart the clients and enter the same command and the message is gone & still in sync with the last mined block which is weird.
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February 08, 2016, 04:10:26 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol

really whats your hash rate? I mined 2 blocks on a rig that was maxed out at 57h/s and as low as 31h/s

How can you tell your hashrate ? I am using the built-in miner inside the wallet with a Core 2 Duo (Dual Core) with the setgenerate true -1 option.

I've even tried on a i5 for half a day and nothing....

Go to the Debug window.. its found under the Help drop down... then when in the Debug window under the Info tab.. at the bottom there is a little button it says open with an arrow.. when the file opens scroll down to the bottom.. in there will be your hash rate.. you should be able to find it.. if you need mor guidance let me know..


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February 08, 2016, 04:21:59 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol

really whats your hash rate? I mined 2 blocks on a rig that was maxed out at 57h/s and as low as 31h/s

How can you tell your hashrate ? I am using the built-in miner inside the wallet with a Core 2 Duo (Dual Core) with the setgenerate true -1 option.

I've even tried on a i5 for half a day and nothing....

Go to the Debug window.. its found under the Help drop down... then when in the Debug window under the Info tab.. at the bottom there is a little button it says open with an arrow.. when the file opens scroll down to the bottom.. in there will be your hash rate.. you should be able to find it.. if you need mor guidance let me know..

Thanks, I have just started the miner again on my i5 and will see how it goes for the rest of the day, it's hashing at 66h/s
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February 08, 2016, 04:37:01 AM
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HODLcoin is very hard to mine, I haven't hit 1 block at all in days Sad

You see a good coin and find out you can't be a part of it, Guess I'm going to have to personally hate this coin for now lol

really whats your hash rate? I mined 2 blocks on a rig that was maxed out at 57h/s and as low as 31h/s

How can you tell your hashrate ? I am using the built-in miner inside the wallet with a Core 2 Duo (Dual Core) with the setgenerate true -1 option.

I've even tried on a i5 for half a day and nothing....

Go to the Debug window.. its found under the Help drop down... then when in the Debug window under the Info tab.. at the bottom there is a little button it says open with an arrow.. when the file opens scroll down to the bottom.. in there will be your hash rate.. you should be able to find it.. if you need mor guidance let me know..

Thanks, I have just started the miner again on my i5 and will see how it goes for the rest of the day, it's hashing at 66h/s

cool yeah give it a go.. good luck


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February 08, 2016, 05:03:52 AM
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Definitely need a wallet where we can control the no. of threads.

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