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This looks like a very interesting technology we are going to keep a close eye on this one.

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May 26, 2017, 12:37:41 PM
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I can setup a permanent node on a VPS if I have clear instructions, Im not great with *nix.

https://talk.elasticexplorer.org/t/elastic-fullnode-for-dummies/231

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May 26, 2017, 12:51:15 PM
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Whoever runs full nodes will forge new coins? Also the more coins a node holds, the more coins it forges?

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May 26, 2017, 01:28:06 PM
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I can setup a permanent node on a VPS if I have clear instructions, Im not great with *nix.

https://talk.elasticexplorer.org/t/elastic-fullnode-for-dummies/231

thanks! it is very easy. I just added a node.
cant wait for mainnet

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May 26, 2017, 02:47:09 PM
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Almost done with the light thing! Expect a finished prototype tomorrow!
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May 26, 2017, 02:50:02 PM
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another quick update...

When EK wrote his BTC example, he identified 2 key issues.  1) We needed a more flexible memory model, and 2) Incorporating Functions into the language was needed (it was originally not incorporated due to issues w/ recursion).  I am about done with the upgrades to the ElasticPL engine which addresses these 2 issues as well as incorporates several other fixes to prepare for SN integration.

To see an example of how much more user friendly the language is now, I rewrote EK's BTC example using the language upgrades:

     https://github.com/sprocket-fpga/xel_miner/blob/master/examples/SHA256_BTC.epl

Here's what it looked like before the changes to ElasticPL:

     https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic_bitcoin_miner/blob/master/test

I am still a couple weeks away from wrapping up all the changes to ElasticPL, but they should be ready to test soon.  However, there are still other key issues that still need to be addressed before everything is ready:

     1) Will we have POW, and if so what logic is needed to ensure the miner actually performed the work
     2) How to store data between iterations and distribute to miners
     3) SN Integration

These are complex issues that will take time to solve.  It will require quite a bit of change to both the Core Server and Miner and will require quite a bit of coding from both EK and myself to complete.

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May 26, 2017, 03:25:34 PM
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Two awesome news from two great devs . Thank you guys !

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May 26, 2017, 03:42:30 PM
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Almost done with the light thing! Expect a finished prototype tomorrow!

damn nice!

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May 26, 2017, 03:45:39 PM
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another quick update...

When EK wrote his BTC example, he identified 2 key issues.  1) We needed a more flexible memory model, and 2) Incorporating Functions into the language was needed (it was originally not incorporated due to issues w/ recursion).  I am about done with the upgrades to the ElasticPL engine which addresses these 2 issues as well as incorporates several other fixes to prepare for SN integration.

To see an example of how much more user friendly the language is now, I rewrote EK's BTC example using the language upgrades:

     https://github.com/sprocket-fpga/xel_miner/blob/master/examples/SHA256_BTC.epl

Here's what it looked like before the changes to ElasticPL:

     https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic_bitcoin_miner/blob/master/test

I am still a couple weeks away from wrapping up all the changes to ElasticPL, but they should be ready to test soon.  However, there are still other key issues that still need to be addressed before everything is ready:

     1) Will we have POW, and if so what logic is needed to ensure the miner actually performed the work
     2) How to store data between iterations and distribute to miners
     3) SN Integration

These are complex issues that will take time to solve.  It will require quite a bit of change to both the Core Server and Miner and will require quite a bit of coding from both EK and myself to complete.



Great work and sharpness!

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May 26, 2017, 04:03:48 PM
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Coralreefer, thanks for your effort! You are my personal hero! Sorry for not responding you yet, I will catch up this night.
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May 26, 2017, 04:03:59 PM
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another quick update...

When EK wrote his BTC example, he identified 2 key issues.  1) We needed a more flexible memory model, and 2) Incorporating Functions into the language was needed (it was originally not incorporated due to issues w/ recursion).  I am about done with the upgrades to the ElasticPL engine which addresses these 2 issues as well as incorporates several other fixes to prepare for SN integration.

To see an example of how much more user friendly the language is now, I rewrote EK's BTC example using the language upgrades:

     https://github.com/sprocket-fpga/xel_miner/blob/master/examples/SHA256_BTC.epl

Here's what it looked like before the changes to ElasticPL:

     https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic_bitcoin_miner/blob/master/test

I am still a couple weeks away from wrapping up all the changes to ElasticPL, but they should be ready to test soon.  However, there are still other key issues that still need to be addressed before everything is ready:

     1) Will we have POW, and if so what logic is needed to ensure the miner actually performed the work
     2) How to store data between iterations and distribute to miners
     3) SN Integration

These are complex issues that will take time to solve.  It will require quite a bit of change to both the Core Server and Miner and will require quite a bit of coding from both EK and myself to complete.



Well done Coralreefer.
sha256 proof-of-work example implemented in ElasticPL language - awesome!

Did you guys think about having some kind of shared state between workers/nodes per job?
I wonder how would you divide a task of some sort between workers in the network, in such a way that they do it in parallel?
(I'm not sure if my question is perhaps to generic)

Thanks.


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May 26, 2017, 04:16:38 PM
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another quick update...

When EK wrote his BTC example, he identified 2 key issues.  1) We needed a more flexible memory model, and 2) Incorporating Functions into the language was needed (it was originally not incorporated due to issues w/ recursion).  I am about done with the upgrades to the ElasticPL engine which addresses these 2 issues as well as incorporates several other fixes to prepare for SN integration.

To see an example of how much more user friendly the language is now, I rewrote EK's BTC example using the language upgrades:

     https://github.com/sprocket-fpga/xel_miner/blob/master/examples/SHA256_BTC.epl

Here's what it looked like before the changes to ElasticPL:

     https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic_bitcoin_miner/blob/master/test

I am still a couple weeks away from wrapping up all the changes to ElasticPL, but they should be ready to test soon.  However, there are still other key issues that still need to be addressed before everything is ready:

     1) Will we have POW, and if so what logic is needed to ensure the miner actually performed the work
     2) How to store data between iterations and distribute to miners
     3) SN Integration

These are complex issues that will take time to solve.  It will require quite a bit of change to both the Core Server and Miner and will require quite a bit of coding from both EK and myself to complete.



Well done Coralreefer.
sha256 proof-of-work example implemented in ElasticPL language - awesome!

Did you guys think about having some kind of shared state between workers/nodes per job?
I wonder how would you divide a task of some sort between workers in the network, in such a way that they do it in parallel?
(I'm not sure if my question is perhaps to generic)

Thanks.



Ida1000, item #2 above on the todo list will pretty much address this.  EK has already done this is his github, but the issue is how to make it more generic / robust so that it can handle different use cases.  Some jobs may just want be able to store their state in just a few ints, but other may require 1MB or more of data....still working through this.

Also, EK no rush getting back to me...I still have plenty to do and I know you're pretty busy right now.
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May 26, 2017, 04:38:33 PM
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Coralreefer, thanks for your effort! You are my personal hero! Sorry for not responding you yet, I will catch up this night.
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Coralreefer, thanks for your effort! You are my personal hero! Sorry for not responding you yet, I will catch up this night.

So if you both working hard I feel useless now so I'll go to Elastic source and change old logo to new one. It's always something Wink

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May 26, 2017, 06:47:42 PM
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Elastic node step by step guide:


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May 26, 2017, 07:33:48 PM
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I just asked myself this very question. We'd need practically virtual RAM, right?

I don't know, but would something like IPFS be an option? Or maybe SNs provide storage? Maybe a job issuer could provide storage on their own for a start?
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May 26, 2017, 08:34:13 PM
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Awesome work, guys!

EK, coralreefer, unvoid. Awesome!

Elastic is about to get real.  Cool
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May 26, 2017, 08:52:57 PM
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Awesome work, guys!

EK, coralreefer, unvoid. Awesome!

Elastic is about to get real.  Cool

Thanks for all your hard work guys:)

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May 26, 2017, 08:54:48 PM
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Awesome work, guys!

EK, coralreefer, unvoid. Awesome!

Elastic is about to get real.  Cool

Indeed. Long time since I've seen all devs on one page at BCT thread.

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May 26, 2017, 09:46:33 PM
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Awesome work, guys!

EK, coralreefer, unvoid. Awesome!

Elastic is about to get real.  Cool

Indeed. Long time since I've seen all devs on one page at BCT thread.

I agree, hopefully we'll gain some momentum...still lots of work to be done.

btw...nice work on the node guide unvoid...
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