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February 21, 2016, 01:15:05 PM
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Ok guys a little bit of help for a newbe POW miner. The first 3 days I got one block per day using just the click menu mine icon. The 4 th day was the 17th I got two blocks. Since then I got nothing. I have tried to use some of the different switches posted in the thread. not been able to mine a block in about two days. I have a AMD FX 8350  4ghz 8 core 16 gb mem. Can someone who understands this a little better please pick the appropriate switches for my computer and I will try them next.  Thank you guys in advance for any help you can give me. Fish
I'm using this : -gen=1 -minermemory=2 -genproclimit=4 ( that's work very well for me) 3-4-5 blocks/day ( I have the same CPU)
Thanks for your help Im going to run this one. seems like your doing great at 3 to 4 per day.
I got one last night. Yippe Are you guys running any other wallets? I have two other POS wallets going taking some of my hash. Wondering if I should shut down everything else. I remember back in the old days you could boot a computer with a bat file and a disk to run a game or whatever without running a operating platform other than DOS. Has anyone tried anything crazy like this. would this even work?

Yes, it is called Linux. Check it out.

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I thank you. Im looking into it for the last few hrs.

well ffs, if you have any questions, PLEASE do not hesitate to ask (here, pm, irc whatever) cause I LOVE helping people get started with linux... I have a lot of karma to pay back for all the awesome people that have and continue to help me with it.

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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February 21, 2016, 05:39:30 PM
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Is there any OTC thread somewhere?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1265711
Several others in same section also.

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February 21, 2016, 05:44:51 PM
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So looking at POW block 10506. Can someone explain to me what is happening there? Is this the  interest being generated? or something else happening


Looks like HODL being sent back the the same address.. I can assume there was a Deposit being made here http://hodl.explorer.ssdpool.com:9168/tx/3ece08575be99a6ad0ad07d1f9269117b3be7c7309968b8a5d8be55c405495b0

Looks like an output (balance) need to be split to make the deposit.. this is why there is a "change" address.. when an output is spent in any crypto it must be spent in full.. if that output is more then what the user needs to send.. then the rest is sent back to the user in the form of change.. this change is by design sent to a key from the users Keypool and not back to the original sending address..

Then looking at block 10506
http://hodl.explorer.ssdpool.com:9168/tx/1197b811413db0e4a9e021ed14986ed7145d6b9681f8c5fc6a260b4ed21c6928

We can see this change being sent back to the original sending address.. it also look like this user consolidated many mined blocks (smaller 50 HODL outputs) in to one single big output as well as adding that change output...


As for the seeing "interest being generated" this will not be seen on the block explore in the form of HODL being added to addresses.. Lets take a look at the 5 blocks I mined to send to the CPU miner Donation address
http://hodl.explorer.ssdpool.com:9168/tx/c5d149b0d202ef34d335c577dfd4d42f78a8067e88d2fdc4626e4f63094a6c81

If we look at this I mined 5 blocks 250 HODL you can see the input of 250 HODL on the blockchain then through calculating the blockchian knows the output after interest is added is 250.42321703 (this was also shown in my wallet before it was sent)

With the interest being handled on the blockchain like this a Private Key from one wallet can be dumped (taken) and imported in to another wallet and the interest will be there ready to use... Something like this can be useful in Cold Storage bc even though that private key is not online either bc the PC is shut off or its Printed on paper it will still be gaining interest

*Note you only gain interest for 30 days on a output (balance) that hasn't moved.. So Cold Storage will need to be moved around every 30 days to continue earning interest..  However it is best to limit movement to when you need to.. This is bc when HODL are moved to an address they are locked in at the Standard interest rate at that moment (block) and seeing how we are still in the bonus time frame this interest drops ever block.. Once this bonus time has passed it will be back to ~5% APR but still need to be moved every 30 days  


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February 21, 2016, 06:46:13 PM
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as you can see, i am new  Cool,

but i have a qustion about cpu-mining with the wallet, i allmost mine 16 hours and found any bloks Sad , is this normal ??

i have
core i5 760 ( 4 cores of 2.8 Ghz)
and 16 gig ram

and when i check the debug-screen :
2016-02-21 18:40:40 Hashes Per Second=12 (total seconds=149 hashes=1928)
2016-02-21 18:41:53 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:41:53 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 collisions:972 gethash:0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 ba:39988 bb:152366989 nonce:4148
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:41:53 Hashes Per Second=13 (total seconds=222 hashes=2900)
2016-02-21 18:42:12 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:42:12 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 collisions:965 gethash:00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 ba:131036 bb:155826276 nonce:8896
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:42:12 Hashes Per Second=11 (total seconds=251 hashes=2930)

am i impatient or is there something wrong ?

plz help Roll Eyes

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February 21, 2016, 07:20:44 PM
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as you can see, i am new  Cool,

but i have a qustion about cpu-mining with the wallet, i allmost mine 16 hours and found any bloks Sad , is this normal ??

i have
core i5 760 ( 4 cores of 2.8 Ghz)
and 16 gig ram

and when i check the debug-screen :
2016-02-21 18:40:40 Hashes Per Second=12 (total seconds=149 hashes=1928)
2016-02-21 18:41:53 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:41:53 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 collisions:972 gethash:0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 ba:39988 bb:152366989 nonce:4148
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:41:53 Hashes Per Second=13 (total seconds=222 hashes=2900)
2016-02-21 18:42:12 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:42:12 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 collisions:965 gethash:00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 ba:131036 bb:155826276 nonce:8896
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:42:12 Hashes Per Second=11 (total seconds=251 hashes=2930)

am i impatient or is there something wrong ?

plz help Roll Eyes

With that hash, I think it should take you ~ 1 month if lucky Tongue

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February 21, 2016, 07:22:02 PM
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as you can see, i am new  Cool,

but i have a qustion about cpu-mining with the wallet, i allmost mine 16 hours and found any bloks Sad , is this normal ??

i have
core i5 760 ( 4 cores of 2.8 Ghz)
and 16 gig ram

and when i check the debug-screen :
2016-02-21 18:40:40 Hashes Per Second=12 (total seconds=149 hashes=1928)
2016-02-21 18:41:53 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:41:53 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 collisions:972 gethash:0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 ba:39988 bb:152366989 nonce:4148
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:41:53 Hashes Per Second=13 (total seconds=222 hashes=2900)
2016-02-21 18:42:12 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:42:12 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 collisions:965 gethash:00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 ba:131036 bb:155826276 nonce:8896
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:42:12 Hashes Per Second=11 (total seconds=251 hashes=2930)

am i impatient or is there something wrong ?

plz help Roll Eyes

Well it looks like you avg. 12h/s which is pretty slow for the 40,000h/s network we have this weekend


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February 21, 2016, 07:28:44 PM
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as you can see, i am new  Cool,

but i have a qustion about cpu-mining with the wallet, i allmost mine 16 hours and found any bloks Sad , is this normal ??

i have
core i5 760 ( 4 cores of 2.8 Ghz)
and 16 gig ram

and when i check the debug-screen :
2016-02-21 18:40:40 Hashes Per Second=12 (total seconds=149 hashes=1928)
2016-02-21 18:41:53 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:41:53 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 collisions:972 gethash:0022e3cbddbc6b74d653ac44e3e124c638e803e82e52fa67de9bd41653d08218 ba:39988 bb:152366989 nonce:4148
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:41:53 Hashes Per Second=13 (total seconds=222 hashes=2900)
2016-02-21 18:42:12 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-02-21 18:42:12 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 collisions:965 gethash:00600282ef518682e5a24b25f8b7156f07e9daf1c6694919baad0de36343e971 ba:131036 bb:155826276 nonce:8896
target: 00000229cc000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-02-21 18:42:12 Hashes Per Second=11 (total seconds=251 hashes=2930)

am i impatient or is there something wrong ?

plz help Roll Eyes

Well it looks like you avg. 12h/s which is pretty slow for the 40,000h/s network we have this weekend
Darn ,
so it is not profitable with my cpu Sad
or can make it higher ?

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February 21, 2016, 08:32:26 PM
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It's pretty hard to mine HODL now,indeed.

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February 21, 2016, 08:37:04 PM
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It's pretty hard to mine HODL now,indeed.

Yep, people sold their easily mined HODL cheap, got some BTC and rent AWS to continue mining...hard! Smiley

                          
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February 21, 2016, 08:45:02 PM
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i are mining!
hi. thanks for answering my question before about the transaction ID.
another question.  Smiley is there a way i can trace the mining payment in  the wallet to follow the transaction back and see which POW block exactly it was? ie. how old it is...
i tried to trace the transaction id in the block explorers but nothing shows up.
thankshi. thanks for answering my question before about the transaction ID.
another question.  Smiley is there a way i can trace the mining payment in  the wallet to follow the transaction back and see which POW block exactly it was? ie. how old it is...
i tried to trace the transaction id in the block explorers but nothing shows up.
thanks
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February 21, 2016, 08:45:57 PM
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oops
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February 21, 2016, 08:48:01 PM
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Ok just having a little fun messing around in PS


So if you put 2507 HODL in a 1 year Deposit it will be worth 100,000 HODL at term




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February 21, 2016, 09:16:45 PM
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It's pretty hard to mine HODL now,indeed.

Yep, people sold their easily mined HODL cheap, got some BTC and rent AWS to continue mining...hard! Smiley


I hope this pays off.. I have mining cost at $0.12/Ħ for the last 24hrs.. we will see what this next 24hrs brings


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February 21, 2016, 11:35:05 PM
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Is there any OTC thread somewhere?

I just created one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1372878.0
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February 22, 2016, 06:14:03 AM
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pool?Huh
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February 22, 2016, 06:15:27 AM
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pool?Huh

read?Huh

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February 22, 2016, 07:28:30 AM
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I'm thinking with this difficulty and no Pools or GPU miners available it is better to shut off the miners and just earn interest by HODLing
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February 22, 2016, 09:25:05 AM
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Personally speaking i did ok over the weekend with mining. But i agree, a pool would be good now.
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February 22, 2016, 01:11:11 PM
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Is there a limit to how many deposits I can lock in from the same wallet address?
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February 22, 2016, 01:19:26 PM
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Is there a limit to how many deposits I can lock in from the same wallet address?

Make as many as you would like


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