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January 07, 2016, 03:51:48 PM
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Current Specifications:

Coin Name: Joincoin
Exchange symbol: (J)
Total coins: 2,800,000
Coin distribution: 1,400,000 through mining/ 1,400,000 through Pre-sale
Proof of Work
Block Time: 45 seconds
Difficulty Adjustment using: Digishield
Anonymous Blockchain: Provided by ToR (already implemented)


The above specs will change and a proper ANN will be listed
Let get this coin moving in the Right Direction


Oficial site:

http://www.joincoin.org/
Temp Website
http://joincoinz.com/



Joincoin Windows wallet:

win x86
https://mega.nz/#!Z94QgCQQ!REJNVK0gZjYVJsBv8nvR7w37NFxy3Vrwkn3QhOXdyn4

win x64
https://mega.nz/#!19QEkQpI!4QZrqjl_aXd6JvYkBB1GsmBEwu7YhwnXZOsPfUzTvT4

mac wallet
https://mega.nz/#!h5wgGKjb!kRxCyJU3DKJXam8UzAeOjYJiSe3_HXXF5dYCgDuotVA




Github Src:

https://github.com/pallas1/joincoin



Joincoin.conf:

gen=0 [set gen=1 only if you are doing CPU/wallet mining, i.e. not using external mining softwares]
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcuser= [fill in]
rpcpassword= [fill in]
rpcallowip=10.1.1.*
rpcport=9150
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1
algo=
[choose one: "sha" "x11" "x13" "x15" "scrypt" "nist5" "groestle" "pentablake" "whirlpool" "luffa" "keccak" "quark" "bastion"]
addnode=drtevq326tweby2k.onion:17941
addnode=bfyswf2wu5ofqxyb.onion:17941
addnode=gdhtrc7qoh3qowvf.onion:17941
addnode=jzxs646bc3rajr3u.onion:17941
addnode=p44az425ct7rhen6.onion:17941
addnode=eldi5al5je6gw24u.onion:17941
addnode=53zy47p5wly5penk.onion:17941
addnode=vcn4cz4mhs4acnqd.onion:17941

More addnodes:

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=J&network_info
3 Masternodes https://bitnodes.net/status/

Mining pools:

groestl, scrypt, sha256, x11, x13  http://www.justpools.uk/
sha256 (x11, scrypt)  Super Ninja Pool  http://superninjapool.tk/
pentablake (whirlpool, bastion) CoinsPool http://coinspool.cu.cc/
x13 http://www.zpool.ca/

Faucets:

http://cryptoguru.tk/CurrencyInfo/index.php?Currency=J


Exchange:

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-J

Explorers:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/j/
http://j.explorer.bitnodes.net/
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=J&currency_info

Old Thread for information only
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737405.0

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January 07, 2016, 03:56:25 PM
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Intresting concept will keep and eye on this.
You're a trusteworthy guy paul, best of luck with the project  Smiley

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January 07, 2016, 03:58:28 PM
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Please include the wallet links and other info from this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737405.msg12876374#msg12876374
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January 07, 2016, 03:59:51 PM
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Intresting concept will keep and eye on this.
You're a trusteworthy guy paul, best of luck with the project  Smiley

Thanks for that
i will need help its not going to be just me running this but im sure we will keep joincoin going in the right direction

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January 07, 2016, 04:01:28 PM
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Please include the wallet links and other info from this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737405.msg12876374#msg12876374

done
i will make them nice when i get home tonight 

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January 07, 2016, 04:08:25 PM
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Ill be watching this
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January 07, 2016, 04:12:24 PM
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Thanks for the new thread.
Please add a link to the bittrex exchange page.

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January 07, 2016, 04:20:18 PM
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Thanks for the new thread.
Please add a link to the bittrex exchange page.
Done

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January 07, 2016, 04:21:27 PM
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HI all

I never followed the original thread, but i'm interested in how the mining side of things works...

How do you keep the mining fair between each different Algos? i mean is there a factor involved that adjust the difficulty between each different Algo?
e.g. if i was mining using NIST5 would i find a block quicker than if i was using X15? as there are 3x more rounds of hashing involved...

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January 07, 2016, 04:52:21 PM
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Might be helpful to add a known issue, that join will not run more than one instance on a single machine...

We currently mine J on www.zpool.ca on the x13 algo.

Can you add it to the OP?

Thanks!

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January 07, 2016, 05:05:43 PM
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Might be helpful to add a known issue, that join will not run more than one instance on a single machine...

We currently mine J on www.zpool.ca on the x13 algo.

Can you add it to the OP?

Thanks!
Done

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January 08, 2016, 12:27:50 PM
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HI all

I never followed the original thread, but i'm interested in how the mining side of things works...

How do you keep the mining fair between each different Algos? i mean is there a factor involved that adjust the difficulty between each different Algo?
e.g. if i was mining using NIST5 would i find a block quicker than if i was using X15? as there are 3x more rounds of hashing involved...

Each algo has its own difficulty retarget. So hashrate between NIST5 and X15 doesn't matter, your earnings are based on how much your hashrate compared to every else's hashrate is (total network hashrate).
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January 08, 2016, 12:30:08 PM
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HI all

I never followed the original thread, but i'm interested in how the mining side of things works...

How do you keep the mining fair between each different Algos? i mean is there a factor involved that adjust the difficulty between each different Algo?
e.g. if i was mining using NIST5 would i find a block quicker than if i was using X15? as there are 3x more rounds of hashing involved...

Each algo has its own difficulty retarget. So hashrate between NIST5 and X15 doesn't matter, your earnings are based on how much your hashrate compared to every else's hashrate is (total network hashrate).

Coin diff is
./joincoind getinfo
{
    "version" : 1030000,
    "protocolversion" : 1004,
    "walletversion" : 100,
    "balance" : 0.0000000,
    "blocks" : 326043,
    "timeoffset" : -9,
    "connections" : 38,
    "proxy" : "",
    "pow_algo_id" : 0,
    "pow_algo" : "sha",
    "difficulty" : 289379.96874840,
    "difficulty_sha" : 289379.96874840,
    "difficulty_x11" : 9.01687019,
    "difficulty_x13" : 12.02918502,
    "difficulty_x15" : 5.19482578,
    "difficulty_scrypt" : 30.50123445,
    "difficulty_nist5" : 26.44718983,
    "difficulty_groestle" : 51.32656402,
    "difficulty_pentablake" : 71.68538174,
    "difficulty_whirlpool" : 12.00462813,
    "difficulty_luffa" : 182.12071211,
    "difficulty_keccak" : 482.95699234,
    "difficulty_quark" : 13.84206787,
    "difficulty_bastion" : 2.06755347,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1451916567,
    "keypoolsize" : 101,
    "paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
    "errors" : ""
}

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January 08, 2016, 01:25:00 PM
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HI all

I never followed the original thread, but i'm interested in how the mining side of things works...

How do you keep the mining fair between each different Algos? i mean is there a factor involved that adjust the difficulty between each different Algo?
e.g. if i was mining using NIST5 would i find a block quicker than if i was using X15? as there are 3x more rounds of hashing involved...

Each algo has its own difficulty retarget. So hashrate between NIST5 and X15 doesn't matter, your earnings are based on how much your hashrate compared to every else's hashrate is (total network hashrate).

...compared to everyone else mining on the same algo.
the chains are independent.
i.e. if someone is mining on x11 at 1 Th/s, you can still get a lot of coins by mining x13 (if it has low diff).

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HI all

I never followed the original thread, but i'm interested in how the mining side of things works...

How do you keep the mining fair between each different Algos? i mean is there a factor involved that adjust the difficulty between each different Algo?
e.g. if i was mining using NIST5 would i find a block quicker than if i was using X15? as there are 3x more rounds of hashing involved...

Each algo has its own difficulty retarget. So hashrate between NIST5 and X15 doesn't matter, your earnings are based on how much your hashrate compared to every else's hashrate is (total network hashrate).

...compared to everyone else mining on the same algo.
the chains are independent.
i.e. if someone is mining on x11 at 1 Th/s, you can still get a lot of coins by mining x13 (if it has low diff).

I thought that was a given but yes, you're right.
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January 13, 2016, 02:31:43 PM
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So we are now on our new thread
What do we want to do with the coin ?

any suggestions ?  (keep it clean)

I know that we would like POS on the coin but that's been looked into by a LOT of different Devs and its just not possible
Unless you know better ?

So let have your suggestions

thanks
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January 13, 2016, 02:52:01 PM
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Some thoughts.

Why Joincoin: because it's a stable coin with strong POW and tor anonymity. Is that enough to make it worth existing? Probably, but in the long term we must develop something to make it interesting and not just another coin. Or, we can simply keep it going like a wealth storage, but in this case the block reward must lower with time (no sense to invest in a coin which is surely going down because of long term inflation).

What I can do: I've been in coin development for a while, even though I have never been a major developer of any coin. I just do not have enough free time. But I can implement minor changes or bugfixes to the wallet, for example.

Other developments: additional wallets like android/ios/electrum is the usual additions many coins do. See Groestlcoin for example. I think they outsourced the work: we may consider something similar.

Finally I would stay away from POS unless we can find a competent dev with long term commitment (very hard).

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The main problem in getting android/ios/electrum wallets is that it would not be an easy task for this kind of Multi-Algo POW crypto; therefore, it would be hard, even to outsource the tasks, if not impossible, unless it has been done relatively quite routinely by any other cryptos.  Cheesy

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January 15, 2016, 07:43:54 PM
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It would be great to fix the tor implementation or remove it so pools can run multiple wallets on one machine...

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January 15, 2016, 10:02:02 PM
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It would be great to fix the tor implementation or remove it so pools can run multiple wallets on one machine...

yes that would be good to get fixed 
then we would see Joincoin on more pools

anyone know how to fix it ?

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