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March 25, 2018, 07:38:25 PM
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Is there a plan to add NeoScrypt as a supported mining algorithm in a future release? There are some interesting coins using that.

Also, started downloading the Argentum-Blockchain, but it's taking quite long. I saw that it downloads block headers first; shouldn't it therefore work quite fast?

No plans to add Neoscrypt.

AUXPOW headers can get pretty large, so it still takes a while to download the headers. There's around 1.8 million non-auxpow headers. Blocks 1,825,000 million to 2,977,000 are pretty much all AUXPOW. 2,977,000 is a mix of AUXPOW and non-AUXPOW

Yesterday, I downloaded everything onto an external SSD and it finally completed after 7 hours or so. Today I plugged the SSD in again and got a window that the SSD needs to be repaired. Repairing went through fine, then I opened argentum-qt, and it started all the blocks from 50 weeks behind again, despite having completed everything yesterday. Is this a common issue / why does this happen?

Also, I assume that I only need to back up the encrypted wallet.dat file somewhere as it's the case for other coins, correct?

Edit:
when encrypting the wallet, it says MYRIADCOINS (though there often is Bitcoin mentioned in there as well):

https://imgur.com/a/CcA1C


Did you make sure to unmount (eject, on Windows) your external SSD before unplugging? Sometimes if you do not do this it can corrupt data.

Yes, try to have your backups in 2 separate secure locations.

Thanks for pointing that out. I pushed a fix for that.

"Bitcoin" is in the Source code so often it would very time consuming to search for all occurrences that were missed and still display "Bitcoin" to users. I will fix them as people find and report them.

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March 27, 2018, 09:48:17 AM
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Is there a plan to add NeoScrypt as a supported mining algorithm in a future release? There are some interesting coins using that.

Also, started downloading the Argentum-Blockchain, but it's taking quite long. I saw that it downloads block headers first; shouldn't it therefore work quite fast?

No plans to add Neoscrypt.

AUXPOW headers can get pretty large, so it still takes a while to download the headers. There's around 1.8 million non-auxpow headers. Blocks 1,825,000 million to 2,977,000 are pretty much all AUXPOW. 2,977,000 is a mix of AUXPOW and non-AUXPOW

Yesterday, I downloaded everything onto an external SSD and it finally completed after 7 hours or so. Today I plugged the SSD in again and got a window that the SSD needs to be repaired. Repairing went through fine, then I opened argentum-qt, and it started all the blocks from 50 weeks behind again, despite having completed everything yesterday. Is this a common issue / why does this happen?

Also, I assume that I only need to back up the encrypted wallet.dat file somewhere as it's the case for other coins, correct?

Edit:
when encrypting the wallet, it says MYRIADCOINS (though there often is Bitcoin mentioned in there as well):

https://imgur.com/a/CcA1C


Did you make sure to unmount (eject, on Windows) your external SSD before unplugging? Sometimes if you do not do this it can corrupt data.

Yes, try to have your backups in 2 separate secure locations.

Thanks for pointing that out. I pushed a fix for that.

"Bitcoin" is in the Source code so often it would very time consuming to search for all occurrences that were missed and still display "Bitcoin" to users. I will fix them as people find and report them.

Seems like I forgot to eject the external SSD before unplugging, you're right! Now that I eject it first, there are no problems anymore. Thank you!

I'll collect my findings whenever I see Bitcoin and send them over to you then!
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March 28, 2018, 07:05:09 PM
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Argon2d pool???
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March 28, 2018, 08:54:27 PM
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Argon2d pool???

its listed in this thread, argentum.io, and readme.md at the argentum github repo.

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March 28, 2018, 08:55:29 PM
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zpool.ca now has lyra2v2, yescrypt, and myriad-groestl pools available.

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March 28, 2018, 09:14:21 PM
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Argon2d pool???

its listed in this thread, argentum.io, and readme.md at the argentum github repo.

I understud u. Good bye too.
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March 28, 2018, 10:51:01 PM
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Host your own P2Pool instructions here

https://github.com/argentumproject/p2pool-argentum/

If you have a P2Pool server you would like me to advertise, please say so.

Current P2Pool servers

- Argon2d 144.202.80.45:9552
- Myr-groestl 45.77.210.177:9553
- Yescrypt 45.76.112.155:9554
- Lyra 45.76.240.8:9557

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April 01, 2018, 09:42:42 PM
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new Argentum pool on poolovich.pro



http://poolovich.pro

Code:
-a myr-gr -o stratum+tcp://pool.poolovich.pro:5028 -u YOUR_WALLET -p c=ARG

https://discord.gg/SKpRsbR
Low fee 0.5%, dedicated powerfull server, Super stable connection.
Baikal's owners and others are welcome.
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April 02, 2018, 11:28:41 AM
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Is there any calculator for Argentum myr-groestl?

Or what are your rewards for 24h @poolovich.pro?

Thx
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April 03, 2018, 07:11:51 AM
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Hi protonn

I'm getting this warning when starting argentum-qt:

https://imgur.com/a/pGnQC

"Unknown block versions being mined!..."

Is this somehow related to the latest hard fork? Anything we should consider?
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April 04, 2018, 11:58:34 AM
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Argon2d pool???

its listed in this thread, argentum.io, and readme.md at the argentum github repo.

argentum.io doesn't list any argon2d pool ... is there any argon2d pool out there?

Also, the doc instructions are wrong regarding berkley db 5.1 for ubuntu. v5.1 isn't available in the bitcoin PPA (that one only has v4.8 )
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April 04, 2018, 03:19:15 PM
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So, as far as I see there is no lyra2v2 pool so far?
And there is no sence trying other algos with GPUs.
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April 04, 2018, 03:55:47 PM
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Also, the daemon says "errors": "Warning: Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect",

Is that something to worry about?

Trying to solo mine using argon2d directly from daemon (using getblocktemplate) spits out an "Unrecognized block version: 614662149"

That warning is normally associated with segwit signalling in bitcoin, but no idea what it's doing in argentum for argon2d ... any clues?
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April 05, 2018, 01:48:24 AM
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Argon2d pool???

its listed in this thread, argentum.io, and readme.md at the argentum github repo.

argentum.io doesn't list any argon2d pool ... is there any argon2d pool out there?

Also, the doc instructions are wrong regarding berkley db 5.1 for ubuntu. v5.1 isn't available in the bitcoin PPA (that one only has v4.8 )

Sorry about that.

The only argon2d pool I'm "aware" of is P2pool. You can make you own, or join one.

https://github.com/argentumproject/p2pool-argentum

Known P2Pool servers:

- Argon2d 144.202.80.45:9552
- Myr-groestl 45.77.210.177:9553
- Yescrypt 45.76.112.155:9554
- Lyra 45.76.240.8:9557

Last I heard zpool.ca was working on argon2d support, but I don't know the current status on that.

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April 05, 2018, 01:50:50 AM
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So, as far as I see there is no lyra2v2 pool so far?
And there is no sence trying other algos with GPUs.

Lyra P2Pool

- Lyra 45.76.240.8:9557

Zpool.ca: https://zpool.ca/

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April 05, 2018, 01:51:29 AM
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Also, the daemon says "errors": "Warning: Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect",

Is that something to worry about?

Trying to solo mine using argon2d directly from daemon (using getblocktemplate) spits out an "Unrecognized block version: 614662149"

That warning is normally associated with segwit signalling in bitcoin, but no idea what it's doing in argentum for argon2d ... any clues?

Signaling from CSV soft fork.

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April 05, 2018, 04:42:28 AM
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So, as far as I see there is no lyra2v2 pool so far?
And there is no sence trying other algos with GPUs.

Lyra P2Pool

- Lyra 45.76.240.8:9557

Zpool.ca: https://zpool.ca/
p2pool is a bit of a headache with unknown profitability;)

zpool converts it all to to bitcoin immidiately which I don't like.

I was looking for a conventional mining pool Smiley
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April 05, 2018, 11:02:27 AM
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So, as far as I see there is no lyra2v2 pool so far?
And there is no sence trying other algos with GPUs.

Lyra P2Pool

- Lyra 45.76.240.8:9557

Zpool.ca: https://zpool.ca/
p2pool is a bit of a headache with unknown profitability;)

zpool converts it all to to bitcoin immidiately which I don't like.

I was looking for a conventional mining pool Smiley

with zpool, try c=ARG as the password. You should get Argentum payouts to your ARG address

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April 05, 2018, 06:41:05 PM
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Is there any calculator for Argentum myr-groestl?

Or what are your rewards for 24h @poolovich.pro?

Thx

I sent an email to whattomine.com a few weeks ago asking them to add the new algos but I haven't received a reply.

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April 07, 2018, 08:34:24 PM
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Linux binaries now available

https://github.com/argentumproject/argentum/releases/download/v4.14.4.1/argentum-4.14.4-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz

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