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March 23, 2016, 09:46:13 PM
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miner = ["name", "priv"]
miner = ["name2", "priv2"]
miner = ...


Do the priv* all need to be different?

you can use the same privkey for all ur miners.
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March 23, 2016, 09:52:21 PM
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miner = ["name", "priv"]
miner = ["name2", "priv2"]
miner = ...


Do the priv* all need to be different?

No...they can be the same unless you want privacy.

I added some extra logging to my instance.

Here is my hash rate and corresponding estimated time to produce a POW solution.

target: 24 means 24 leading 0's on the hash or 2^24 hashes.    

hash rate: 28208 hps  target: 24 queue: 80 estimated time to produce: 9.91280015125732739 minutes


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March 23, 2016, 09:58:44 PM
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Current account list:

[
  "aaron",
  "abit",
  "acp",
  "adamstgbit",
  "alice",
  "alice1",
  "almond",
  "amph",
  "amy",
  "ander",
  "andrew",
  "apple",
  "arthur",
  "balthazar",
  "barbara",
  "batel",
  "batel1",
  "batel2",
  "batel3",
  "ben",
  "billgates",
  "bitchipper",
  "bitcoin",
  "bitcoinkkk",
  "bitshares",
  "bnrtx",
  "bob",
  "bobby",
  "boltz",
  "brian",
  "bryan",
  "carl",
  "charles",
  "chartbuddy",
  "chris",
  "cisahasa",
  "cloop",
  "cloop1",
  "cloop2",
  "coins4lunch",
  "cypherdoc",
  "dan",
  "daniel",
  "dannac",
  "dantheman",
  "dantheman1",
  "dantheman2",
  "dark",
  "david",
  "dealthandtaxes",
  "devshuster",
  "dnotes",
  "doesntmatter",
  "donald",
  "donna",
  "dorthy",
  "drays",
  "drpd",
  "elizabeth",
  "eric",
  "ernest",
  "ethereum",
  "facebook",
  "faddy",
  "faddy1",
  "faddy2",
  "faddy3",
  "faddy4",
  "frank",
  "fuck",
  "gary",
  "griffith",
  "helen",
  "hello",
  "hilariousandco",
  "howard",
  "initminer",
  "initminer18882",
  "insurance",
  "james",
  "jandbzan",
  "jason",
  "jeff",
  "jeffrey",
  "jennifer",
  "jeremy",
  "john",
  "jose",
  "joseph",
  "kevin",
  "kointrend",
  "kprell40",
  "larry",
  "laura",
  "leigh2k14",
  "linda",
  "liondani",
  "localhost",
  "luis",
  "malekbaba",
  "mangox",
  "margaret",
  "maria",
  "mark",
  "messi",
  "miners",
  "mn12defgj1",
  "mottler",
  "mottler-1",
  "mottler-2",
  "mottler-3",
  "mottler-4",
  "mottler-5",
  "mottler-6",
  "mr11acdee",
  "mr11acdee1",
  "mr11acdee2",
  "mr11acdee3",
  "null",
  "nxt",
  "nxt1",
  "nxt2",
  "temp",
  "thisisnice",
  "thisisnice0",
  "thisisnice11",
  "thisisnice2"
]

I have verified that anyone with a 1 year old i7 CPU can start it up and start producing blocks in under an hour. 

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March 23, 2016, 10:04:49 PM
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i think it is very easy to make a an explorer using node.js or php, anyone who is interested i can pay some BTC as bounty.

EDIT: also a webbased wallet like NXT is easy  Grin
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March 23, 2016, 10:21:51 PM
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Dev, Do you own the Cryptonomex, Inc. ?
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March 23, 2016, 10:31:20 PM
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Dev, Do you own the Cryptonomex, Inc. ?

CNX is the company that produced Graphene & BitShares.  We used their code as the foundation for Steem.

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March 23, 2016, 10:39:47 PM
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do you see my worker "420420420"?

add a letter to the start of the name.

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March 23, 2016, 10:41:02 PM
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how do we get total network hash rate & current diff ?
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March 23, 2016, 11:03:36 PM
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how do we get total network hash rate & current diff ?

Code:
./cli_wallet
>>> info
{
  "id": "2.0.0",
  "head_block_number": 19654,
  "head_block_id": "00004cc66d03e9cf75fbdde0671dd529c7860dd5",
  "time": "2016-03-23T22:58:45",
  "current_witness": "brian",
  "total_pow": "18446744046983894345",
  "num_pow_witnesses": 84,
  "virtual_supply": "79857.000 STEEM",
  "current_supply": "79857.000 STEEM",
  "confidential_supply": "0.000 STEEM",
  "current_sbd_supply": "0.000 SBD",
  "confidential_sbd_supply": "0.000 SBD",
  "total_vesting_fund_steem": "242.000 STEEM",
  "total_vesting_shares": "242.000000 VESTS",
  "total_reward_fund_steem": "39308.000 STEEM",
  "total_reward_shares2": "0",
  "sbd_interest_rate": 1000,
  "average_block_size": 115,
  "maximum_block_size": 131072,
  "current_aslot": 27575,
  "recent_slots_filled": "340282366920938463463374607431768211455",
  "last_irreversible_block_num": 19633,
  "max_virtual_bandwidth": "1379246476653931178",
  "current_reserve_ratio": 983,
  "head_block_num": 19654,
  "head_block_age": "0 second old",
  "participation": "100.00000000000000000",
  "median_sbd_price": {
    "base": "0.000 STEEM",
    "quote": "0.000 STEEM"
  }
}

num_pow_witnesses => total in queue.
LZ = num_pow_witnesses/4 + 4
On average 1 POW is found every 63 seconds.

HR = (2^25)/63  or  532,610 HPS

A shortcut estimate is num_pow_witnesses.   

My math could be wrong, but it looks close.

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March 23, 2016, 11:43:19 PM
 #110

Code:
transfer(string, string, steemit::chain::asset, string, bool)

can we use account names on from & to ? or only public-keys?
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March 23, 2016, 11:52:57 PM
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i've made my first tx :

Code:
{
  "ref_block_num": 20616,
  "ref_block_prefix": 1419248958,
  "expiration": "2016-03-23T23:48:27",
  "operations": [[
      "transfer",{
        "from": "****",
        "to": "*****",
        "amount": "1.5 1.5",
        "memo": "test"
      }
    ]
  ],
  "extensions": [],
  "signatures": [
    "******640a437ff373e886115776f15ab707ceb4597f6ff772231225****..........."
  ]
}

but cant verify if received, the "to" account balance didn't change.

transfer FROM TO AMOUNT memo bool << what is bool ? i put 1 in there but not sure  Undecided

EDIT: i found out the bool = broadcast the tx true or false

but then it fails , im not sure what is the allowed amount and whats the format ? 1.5, 1.000 and 1 do not work .
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March 24, 2016, 12:09:09 AM
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reading the code, seems like we will have a decentralized exchange or something like that.
Code:
/**
    * This operation creates a limit order and matches it against existing open orders.
    */
   struct limit_order_create_operation : public base_operation
   {
      string           owner;
      uint32_t         orderid = 0; /// an ID assigned by owner, must be unique
      asset            amount_to_sell;
      asset            min_to_receive;
      bool             fill_or_kill = false;
      time_point_sec   expiration = time_point_sec::maximum();

      void  validate()const;
      void  get_required_active_authorities( flat_set<string>& a )const{ a.insert(owner); }

      price           get_price()const { return amount_to_sell / min_to_receive; }

      pair<asset_symbol_type,asset_symbol_type> get_market()const
      {
         return amount_to_sell.symbol < min_to_receive.symbol ?
                std::make_pair(amount_to_sell.symbol, min_to_receive.symbol) :
                std::make_pair(min_to_receive.symbol, amount_to_sell.symbol);
      }
   };
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March 24, 2016, 12:27:59 AM
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i've made my first tx :

Code:
{
  "ref_block_num": 20616,
  "ref_block_prefix": 1419248958,
  "expiration": "2016-03-23T23:48:27",
  "operations": [[
      "transfer",{
        "from": "****",
        "to": "*****",
        "amount": "1.5 1.5",
        "memo": "test"
      }
    ]
  ],
  "extensions": [],
  "signatures": [
    "******640a437ff373e886115776f15ab707ceb4597f6ff772231225****..........."
  ]
}

but cant verify if received, the "to" account balance didn't change.

transfer FROM TO AMOUNT memo bool << what is bool ? i put 1 in there but not sure  Undecided

EDIT: i found out the bool = broadcast the tx true or false

but then it fails , im not sure what is the allowed amount and whats the format ? 1.5, 1.000 and 1 do not work .


transfer fromname toname "1.000 STEEM" "memo" true

It is important to have the full precision 1.000 and to use the quotes.

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March 24, 2016, 12:36:21 AM
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Anyone able to create some step by step instructions with which an uneducated plebeian such as myself may participate in mining some STEEM  Grin
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March 24, 2016, 12:37:30 AM
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i've made my first tx :

Code:
{
  "ref_block_num": 20616,
  "ref_block_prefix": 1419248958,
  "expiration": "2016-03-23T23:48:27",
  "operations": [[
      "transfer",{
        "from": "****",
        "to": "*****",
        "amount": "1.5 1.5",
        "memo": "test"
      }
    ]
  ],
  "extensions": [],
  "signatures": [
    "******640a437ff373e886115776f15ab707ceb4597f6ff772231225****..........."
  ]
}

but cant verify if received, the "to" account balance didn't change.

transfer FROM TO AMOUNT memo bool << what is bool ? i put 1 in there but not sure  Undecided

EDIT: i found out the bool = broadcast the tx true or false

but then it fails , im not sure what is the allowed amount and whats the format ? 1.5, 1.000 and 1 do not work .


transfer fromname toname "1.000 STEEM" "memo" true

It is important to have the full precision 1.000 and to use the quotes.

now it works  Grin im enjoying with steem

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March 24, 2016, 12:52:36 AM
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This is a very interesting idea. I love the pool resistance, but it feel like 21 miners is too limited, at least in the beginning of the coin's life.... Would have been more interesting if this coin was multi-algo (simultaneous proofs of work). Then it would be pool resistant, and somewhat mining farm resistant. It would allow for more top miners as well. For instance:

sha256 (k)
scrypt (k)
groestl (k)
skein (k)
qubit (k)

Thoughts?

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March 24, 2016, 12:56:45 AM
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Current account list:
Code:
[
  "aaron",
  "abit",
  "acp",
  "adamstgbit",
  "alice",
  "alice1",
  "almond",
  "amph",
  "amy",
  "ander",
  "andrew",
  "apple",
  "arthur",
  "balthazar",
  "barbara",
  "batel",
  "batel1",
  "batel2",
  "batel3",
  "ben",
  "billgates",
  "bitchipper",
  "bitcoin",
  "bitcoinkkk",
  "bitshares",
  "bnrtx",
  "bob",
  "bobby",
  "boltz",
  "brian",
  "bryan",
  "carl",
  "charles",
  "chartbuddy",
  "chris",
  "cisahasa",
  "cloop",
  "cloop1",
  "cloop2",
  "coins4lunch",
  "cypherdoc",
  "dan",
  "daniel",
  "dannac",
  "dantheman",
  "dantheman1",
  "dantheman2",
  "dark",
  "david",
  "dealthandtaxes",
  "devshuster",
  "dnotes",
  "doesntmatter",
  "donald",
  "donna",
  "dorthy",
  "drays",
  "drpd",
  "elizabeth",
  "eric",
  "ernest",
  "ethereum",
  "facebook",
  "faddy",
  "faddy1",
  "faddy2",
  "faddy3",
  "faddy4",
  "frank",
  "fuck",
  "gary",
  "griffith",
  "helen",
  "hello",
  "hilariousandco",
  "howard",
  "initminer",
  "initminer18882",
  "insurance",
  "james",
  "jandbzan",
  "jason",
  "jeff",
  "jeffrey",
  "jennifer",
  "jeremy",
  "john",
  "jose",
  "joseph",
  "kevin",
  "kointrend",
  "kprell40",
  "larry",
  "laura",
  "leigh2k14",
  "linda",
  "liondani",
  "localhost",
  "luis",
  "malekbaba",
  "mangox",
  "margaret",
  "maria",
  "mark",
  "messi",
  "miners",
  "mn12defgj1",
  "mottler",
  "mottler-1",
  "mottler-2",
  "mottler-3",
  "mottler-4",
  "mottler-5",
  "mottler-6",
  "mr11acdee",
  "mr11acdee1",
  "mr11acdee2",
  "mr11acdee3",
  "null",
  "nxt",
  "nxt1",
  "nxt2",
  "temp",
  "thisisnice",
  "thisisnice0",
  "thisisnice11",
  "thisisnice2"
]

I have verified that anyone with a 1 year old i7 CPU can start it up and start producing blocks in under an hour.  

That's weird. I see the name of my account in this list above (drays), but I am not mining this and never even tried  Huh

Just opened the thread and reading. Not even sure why someone would have used my nick? It is not a common word or common name at all. Also I see several nicks of other hero members of BCT, but none of them even posted in this thread, so I doubt they participate in any way.

Now - I would have considered mining this, if I were at my PC at the moment Smiley, but the fact is - I didn't mine it!
So how my nick appeared in the list?
Any explanation to this, Dev?

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March 24, 2016, 01:11:57 AM
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Current account list:
Code:
[
  "aaron",
  "abit",
  "acp",
  "adamstgbit",
  "alice",
  "alice1",
  "almond",
  "amph",
  "amy",
  "ander",
  "andrew",
  "apple",
  "arthur",
  "balthazar",
  "barbara",
  "batel",
  "batel1",
  "batel2",
  "batel3",
  "ben",
  "billgates",
  "bitchipper",
  "bitcoin",
  "bitcoinkkk",
  "bitshares",
  "bnrtx",
  "bob",
  "bobby",
  "boltz",
  "brian",
  "bryan",
  "carl",
  "charles",
  "chartbuddy",
  "chris",
  "cisahasa",
  "cloop",
  "cloop1",
  "cloop2",
  "coins4lunch",
  "cypherdoc",
  "dan",
  "daniel",
  "dannac",
  "dantheman",
  "dantheman1",
  "dantheman2",
  "dark",
  "david",
  "dealthandtaxes",
  "devshuster",
  "dnotes",
  "doesntmatter",
  "donald",
  "donna",
  "dorthy",
  "drays",
  "drpd",
  "elizabeth",
  "eric",
  "ernest",
  "ethereum",
  "facebook",
  "faddy",
  "faddy1",
  "faddy2",
  "faddy3",
  "faddy4",
  "frank",
  "fuck",
  "gary",
  "griffith",
  "helen",
  "hello",
  "hilariousandco",
  "howard",
  "initminer",
  "initminer18882",
  "insurance",
  "james",
  "jandbzan",
  "jason",
  "jeff",
  "jeffrey",
  "jennifer",
  "jeremy",
  "john",
  "jose",
  "joseph",
  "kevin",
  "kointrend",
  "kprell40",
  "larry",
  "laura",
  "leigh2k14",
  "linda",
  "liondani",
  "localhost",
  "luis",
  "malekbaba",
  "mangox",
  "margaret",
  "maria",
  "mark",
  "messi",
  "miners",
  "mn12defgj1",
  "mottler",
  "mottler-1",
  "mottler-2",
  "mottler-3",
  "mottler-4",
  "mottler-5",
  "mottler-6",
  "mr11acdee",
  "mr11acdee1",
  "mr11acdee2",
  "mr11acdee3",
  "null",
  "nxt",
  "nxt1",
  "nxt2",
  "temp",
  "thisisnice",
  "thisisnice0",
  "thisisnice11",
  "thisisnice2"
]

I have verified that anyone with a 1 year old i7 CPU can start it up and start producing blocks in under an hour.  

That's weird. I see the name of my account in this list above (drays), but I am not mining this and never even tried  Huh

Just opened the thread and reading. Not even sure why someone would have used my nick? It is not a common word or common name at all. Also I see several nicks of other hero members of BCT, but none of them even posted in this thread, so I doubt they participate in any way.

Now - I would have considered mining this, if I were at my PC at the moment Smiley, but the fact is - I didn't mine it!
So how my nick appeared in the list?
Any explanation to this, Dev?

Welcome drays, if you would like to have that account I will gladly transfer it to you.   I reserved many accounts from bitcoin talk to keep them available for you. 

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March 24, 2016, 01:18:36 AM
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Smiley If you study the code you will discover that this chain has 6 different kinds of proof of work, most of them much more useful than spinning a CPU.

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March 24, 2016, 01:22:30 AM
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Thread is all dev talking to himself from different accounts and erasing anyone thats not hims posts  Grin


funny shit
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