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Author Topic: [ANN] [PXC] Phoenixcoin v0.6.6.1 ~ NeoScrypt Original ~ 4 Years Old  (Read 84227 times)
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September 19, 2017, 07:55:05 PM
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PXC has been really bad for orphans lately... any idea what up?

I have a small solo mining node. It seems the orphan rate is about 10% which isn't very low, but still acceptable. Just checked, TheBlocksFactory reports 1 orphan for the last 75 blocks which is 1.3%. What's yours?

mine was way higher....

www.zpool.ca/site/block?id=307

That's expected if a lot of hash power gets switched to PXC instantly. There is a block rate limiter set in the code. No more than 5 blocks every 2 minutes. That's quite lenient actually considering the 1.5 minute block target.

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September 20, 2017, 01:11:53 AM
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Dev, can you optimize blockchain by generating several large blocks with low difficulty
that will be containing generation transactions in the amount of unspent outputs PXC
for faster syncronization? Can you do it regular? Do you have money burn-address?
Such a thing you call a block chain optimisation requires a hard fork and isn't necessary at all.
This coin is 4 years old, so yes, it takes some time to get sync'ed.
Although not very much time, just a day or so.
I can optimise the block index a bit more, but it isn't going to make a noticeable difference.
Yeap, I understanding that it need to do hard fork,
but you can programming to check actual block chain end switch it on each nodes.
Now PXC have 1501947 blocks: http://explorer.phoenixcoin.org/chain/Phoenixcoin
and everyone need to syncronized it so many time.
After synchronization I have 1.29 GB blockchain files,
with useless other people's transactions where's they getting mining rewards.

I think will be better if anyone can set in config-file the parameters of custom first block,
where was been included the first transaction
to do download blockchain from this custom GENESIS block:

Also local web-wallet can use blockchain on the nodes through any api, like waves lite client:
https://github.com/wavesplatform/WavesGUI/releases
You can test it if you want. No any blocks need for downloading to work.

Low difficulty for mining need many traffic for synchonize on the stock exchange,
so I don't see mining rewards on cryptopia, for expample.
Also I don't see more stock exchanges for phoenixcoin, so you can add it here:
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/volume/24-hour/
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/#markets

I can optimise the block index a bit more, but it isn't going to make a noticeable difference.
I think this is crucial for the liquidity of this coin. You can do it regular algorithmically.
Also, if you interested how is possible to do blockchain optimization, you can read some ideas here:
https://2ch.hk/cc/res/227289.html or here: http://arhivach.org/thread/295360/
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September 20, 2017, 03:03:20 PM
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1.3 gigs of disk space for 4 years of history isn't much actually. Ethereum gets over 200 gigs in just 2 years. Besides those transactions ain't that useless. The simplest thing is just to upload the blockchain data somewhere, so that people can synch fast if they really want to. An SPV wallet like Electrum would be also nice to have, but I guess it's more complicated.
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Today at 01:37:16 AM
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1.3 gigs of disk space for 4 years of history isn't much actually. Ethereum gets over 200 gigs in just 2 years.
And Bitcoin weighs in at ~90GB last time I checked...

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