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July 29, 2017, 10:57:40 PM
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i have some burst i want to sell...cant access any wallet!!!! wtf anyone know a working wallet???
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July 29, 2017, 11:21:33 PM
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What are the interesting storage quantities to start working with BURST? Do I need to buy some coins to start mining? At the moment I own 2.5 TB, is it too little or can I start? How many dollars will I get in 30 days?

Yes you can start with 2.5TB but don't expect to mine to much or earn that many coins with that amount. Well to set up mining with a pool you will need at least 1 Burst coin for the fee and then need to wait 4 blocks before opening up the miner. I recommend you at least have 5TB or even 10TB to get started mining Burst but like I said 2.5TB is okay if you join a pool that the average is around 2TB to join. I can't find the list of pool's at the moment but when I find an up to date list I'll post it here or maybe someone else can help.



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July 30, 2017, 01:38:02 AM
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i have some burst i want to sell...cant access any wallet!!!! wtf anyone know a working wallet???


I'd suggest to start learning how to sync a local one it's really not that difficult and it actually helps the network.


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July 30, 2017, 01:40:29 AM
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Install the current 1.2.9 wallet on your own machine, then you don't have to worry about using web wallets.

Took me about 10 hours to sync it up from scratch couple days back - NOT using the new "opencl" GPU support as I didn't manage to get that "experimental" stuff to work.

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July 30, 2017, 01:46:03 AM
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hello sir ,BURST is a great project ,Is there a strategy update for Burstcoin or already dead?

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July 30, 2017, 01:49:43 AM
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i have some burst i want to sell...cant access any wallet!!!! wtf anyone know a working wallet???


I'd suggest to start learning how to sync a local one it's really not that that difficult and it actually helps the network.
previous page has the wallet info

Pool url: pool.burstcoin.de:8080           
Reward Assignment address: BURST-GHTV-7ZP3-DY4B-FPBFA
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July 30, 2017, 04:10:53 AM
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Install the current 1.2.9 wallet on your own machine, then you don't have to worry about using web wallets.

Took me about 10 hours to sync it up from scratch couple days back - NOT using the new "opencl" GPU support as I didn't manage to get that "experimental" stuff to work.




You can also download the blockchain which would make it quicker just copy and paste the db file to your wallet's folder, do a google search "download Burstcoin blockchain".


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July 30, 2017, 08:10:00 AM
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i have some burst i want to sell...cant access any wallet!!!! wtf anyone know a working wallet???


I'd suggest to start learning how to sync a local one it's really not that that difficult and it actually helps the network.
previous page has the wallet info

i know how to sync a local wallet  Cheesy but i was hoping i could use a web service so that i dont have to download the entire blockchain
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July 30, 2017, 09:20:09 AM
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and the blockchain download link in the op doesnt work, anyone know where i c an get a working  link?
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July 30, 2017, 03:58:56 PM
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Why can't I ever access https://wallet.burst-team.us/ it always times out or can't be reached. I've seen mention elsewhere talk about DDoS attacks? However I have had issues accessing this url from my browser and the wallet client for over a month now, its been hit or miss but mostly miss.

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July 30, 2017, 05:08:49 PM
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Why can't I ever access https://wallet.burst-team.us/ it always times out or can't be reached. I've seen mention elsewhere talk about DDoS attacks? However I have had issues accessing this url from my browser and the wallet client for over a month now, its been hit or miss but mostly miss.


Don't think he's gotten main site back up after attacks yet.  Forums are up though here - https://forums.burst-team.us
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July 31, 2017, 01:05:48 AM
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Could somebody send me few BURST to BURST-8MP3-QS6A-N24T-A3VNB, I would like to start mining but cannot transfer from Poloniex, it's "Temporarily Disabled".

I will send it right back.

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July 31, 2017, 02:20:39 AM
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Hello,

I am a kew guy at burstcoin, I have created an account and everything is set up , but I did not found any way to get the free burstcoin to start mining ,
I have tried the faucets but nothing worked
where can i get free burstcoin?
any help will be appreciated
My address: BURST-5W37-9XVV-8JLZ-B26C2

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Hi, could you help to send 1 Burst for my starting then I will send back.
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July 31, 2017, 02:49:07 AM
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To mine this coin. Whether to use only HDD or have to use graphic?
Is there a tutorial how to mine this coin?
thanks.
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July 31, 2017, 04:58:27 AM
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To mine this coin. Whether to use only HDD or have to use graphic?
Is there a tutorial how to mine this coin?
thanks.
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You only need hard drive space.

This is ok tutorial: https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@cardboard/mining-burstcoin-hdd-is-all-you-need-tutorial-for-newbies


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To mine this coin. Whether to use only HDD or have to use graphic?


 None of my machines that mine BURST use a GPU - it makes for something useful for your CPU to do while the GPUs are mining something else.
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None of my machines that mine BURST use a GPU - it makes for something useful for your CPU to do while the GPUs are mining something else.


Mining with a GPU client like https://github.com/de-luxe/burstcoin-jminer/releases can reduce the read time of your plots up to 50% compared to CPU Miners.
Of course Im not talking about to use a high-end GPU for this  Wink

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August 02, 2017, 08:12:22 AM
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None of my machines that mine BURST use a GPU - it makes for something useful for your CPU to do while the GPUs are mining something else.


Mining with a GPU client like https://github.com/de-luxe/burstcoin-jminer/releases can reduce the read time of your plots up to 50% compared to CPU Miners.
Of course Im not talking about to use a high-end GPU for this  Wink

 Funny part - JMiner running on an AMD A10 series or FX series *CPU* (yes, AMD has had OpenCL support for their CPUs for a very long time now) runs faster than Blago by commonly 30-50%.
 I'm not sure how Intel compares there, though Intel has offered OpenCL support for their CPUs for a while too.

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What is the best hardware to mine Burst, bros?

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What is the best hardware to mine Burst, bros?
I don't know if anobody knows for sure. Everything that can be found is about faster plotting and not about optimal mining. What about MB/s? I get 42Mb per drive on one PC. And 60Mb on another with the same drives. Their reading speed is 100+ (8Tb Seagate Archive) So why i don't get this speed - i don't know. Do I need it to be as fast as possible or i can't influence that and it actually has mediocre effect?
E.g. 100TB 10Mb/s = 50TB 100MB/s. Is it so or not there is no such info.

I wasn't able to find any info about that. The only thing is "more TB - better" and "1 core per HDD". That's all. For what GPU is needed in mining when CPU load is 70% maximum, i don't know. 1 drive or 4 drives on 2core CPU - no change in speed per drive - 42Mb. Why?

Why there is "minimal TB" for some pools and no minimum for others? With other altcoin mining it doesn't matter - you will get according to your hashrate and luck of the pool (however on a long run luck equalises). With Burst it isn't so - why?

Miner doesn't show any statistics like hashrate or something else clear. Only some info that doesn't make any sence. (while i understand the idea of deadlines itself, but the info doesn't make sence with how fast you are, how much coins you mine) On pools there is some info which I don't know how to interpret. Actually the interface of pools is hard to understand: no hashrates, no mBTC/TB/Day, no graphs, no miners info. With normal mining - you change miner/overclock and see the result almost immideately, you can see what miners are most used, but not with Burst.
There is some correlation with the size but it is not evident. For example 50TB can get less than 5Tb.
The calculator gives 3 times more numbers than you really get.

The sites/pools are down most of the time. Main site is always down. I was able to access online wallet from app maybe 2 times. Local wallet never sync - it just hangs doing nothing at different percent synced and thats all Only Clean DB restarts it from scratch ... till some percent. I can only access wallet from burstation site.
There is no clear guide/howto explaining all that things that are much different from what we got used to with normal altcoin mining.

So many questions and no answers.

IMHO burst team do nothing to popularize the Burst. Seems to me that they only struggle with ddosing and blockchain hacking.
If the wallet doesn't sync - why not to simply download biggest part and sync the rest? Or at least add a link to the blockchain file in the wallet so the user doesn't need to search google and download it from some unknown source? It's simple, it can help network (as said above), but it is not done. Why?
What is easier that to publish FAQ about all the questions I have in post. I'm sure every Burst miner ask them.

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