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October 22, 2016, 11:02:34 PM
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What is so special about: 7033bd97579b0105561056fcfc1ddcaa8a04abf0 -> 40000031337 ?? Because it says 31337? lol

Because the pool finds it although it is NOT in the .blf file.

Ryan did some 31337 thing I guess, so he should explain.  Wink


You did block my dedicated server tho:

-> PM I need some info for unblocking. On top of all this, the pool had to deal with it's 1st more serious hacking attempts yesterday, so the blacklist mechanism was busy...


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Do you think this was one of the false positives that Ryanc mentions?

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-f FILE Verify check bloom filter matches against FILE, a list of all hash160s generated with sort -u example.hex | xxd -r -p > example.bin Enough addresses exist on the Bitcoin network to cause false positives in the bloom filter, this option will suppress them.

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October 23, 2016, 07:01:40 AM
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Pleiades Prototype alpha

Is this the marking of the KNL or another form of "cluster"?

Hmmmm?



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TODO:

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Maybe not so clandestine anymore then?


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October 23, 2016, 07:15:20 AM
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Pleiades Prototype alpha

Is this the marking of the KNL or another form of "cluster"?

Hmmmm?



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TODO:

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Maybe not so clandestine anymore then?


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How did I miss this gem?

I've got 4 AMD GPUs ready to go!

Much excite!

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October 23, 2016, 08:57:13 AM
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How did I miss this gem?
I've got 4 AMD GPUs ready to go!
Much excite!

Code:
$ LBC -g -t 10
Best generator chosen: gen-pleiades-linux64
Ask for work... got blocks [80253865-80303017] (51540 Mkeys)
************************************************
Ask for work... got blocks [80317417-80366569] (51540 Mkeys)
************************************************

Each '.' of the now-deprecated go-generator was 2^20 keys.
Each 'o' of HRD-core generator is 2^24 keys (= 16 x '.')
Each '*' of Pleiades generator (GPU) is 2^30 keys ( = 64 x 'o')


Right now the GPU speed is still miserable, it's even a little bit less than 50% of what oclvanitygen gives me. Quite frankly I'm fighting with motivation, because I'm royally pissed about two facts:

a) me being so bad/inexperienced with GPU programming
b) nevertheless it still being me who has to program this generator despite the 1+ BTC bounty because in this cesspool of highly qualified individuals with all their faucet business ideas and signature campaigns and ... opinions ... everything else seems way more interesting.  Embarrassed


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October 23, 2016, 09:03:11 AM
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does this worth buying??

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October 23, 2016, 09:05:30 AM
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How did I miss this gem?
I've got 4 AMD GPUs ready to go!
Much excite!

Code:
$ LBC -g -t 10
Best generator chosen: gen-pleiades-linux64
Ask for work... got blocks [80253865-80303017] (51540 Mkeys)
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Ask for work... got blocks [80317417-80366569] (51540 Mkeys)
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Each '.' of the now-deprecated go-generator was 2^20 keys.
Each 'o' of HRD-core generator is 2^24 keys (= 16 x '.')
Each '*' of Pleiades generator (GPU) is 2^30 keys ( = 64 x 'o')


Right now the GPU speed is still miserable, it's even a little bit less than 50% of what oclvanitygen gives me. Quite frankly I'm fighting with motivation, because I'm royally pissed about two facts:

a) me being so bad/inexperienced with GPU programming
b) nevertheless it still being me who has to program this generator despite the 1+ BTC bounty because in this cesspool of highly qualified individuals with all their faucet business ideas and signature campaigns and ... opinions ... everything else seems way more interesting.  Embarrassed


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a) me too, believe me!

b) I wish I could help. I tried looking into it but I suck...

Keep up the good work man!

Thanks,
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October 23, 2016, 08:36:02 PM
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"So you should consider if you want 100% and become a criminal or if you get 10% and still be a law abiding citizen."

LOL this is greyhat hacking at its best
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October 24, 2016, 02:39:51 AM
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Hey Rico,

I don't understand the concept of the pool.  Why are the miners who have done x% amount of mining receive the relevant of which they have mined?  It seems your concept is flawed by having all the mining power only to reward one client, after several others have worked on it or are working on it.

Please define your pool.

Thanks!

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October 24, 2016, 05:00:57 AM
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I don't understand...
It seems...
Please define your pool.

The sole purpose of the pool is to discriminate between intelligent and less intelligent people.


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October 24, 2016, 07:11:07 AM
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I don't understand...
It seems...
Please define your pool.

The sole purpose of the pool is to discriminate between intelligent and less intelligent people.

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October 24, 2016, 08:21:12 AM
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The pool may experience spikes in speed (or variance in general), as I will be testing my GPU client in the next few days.
Currently I get on a Nvidia Quadro M2000M about 8 MKeys/s and a R9 280x gives around 14 MKeys/s
I will try also on the K80 GPUs @ AWS

The long term tendency for the speed of the pool can be described as steadily rising - without the GPUs it has currently about 38 MKeys/s. Unfortunately the top30 is populated with many dormant clients who already brought quite some GKeys to the table, so the entry barrier to top30 is quite high (almost 500 GKeys as of this writing).

If your client is new, don't forget to do a ./LBC -q from time to time to see where you are. (you can do so in another console while your LBC is running - no need to stop it for that)


Early Access to GPU clients in about a week will be preferably given to people with active clients in the top30.


Rico

edit:

As the question came up about various ids:

If you changed the hostname or the number of CPUs or the memory (which happens if you reconfigure a VM) your client-id has also changed so you may have several Ids in the LBC database. I will help you consolidate this for any Id that has 50+ GKeys on its "account".

The next LBC release will allow you to change your Id, so you may be able to perform consolidation yourself to some extent.





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October 24, 2016, 09:42:40 AM
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Sounds cool.

My client is currently down as it does not have the newest update.

But I have a nVidia Quadro 4000 in the client that is also ready to work Tongue


                                                                                                               
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October 24, 2016, 10:12:47 AM
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Please define your pool.

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This is pretty simple actually. The purpose of the pool is to cause a drop in bitcoin price so that rico and the likes buy back the bitcoins they have sold out at much lower level.
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October 24, 2016, 10:44:22 AM
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Please define your pool.

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This is pretty simple actually. The purpose of the pool is to cause a drop in bitcoin price so that rico and the likes buy back the bitcoins they have sold out at much lower level.


no, rico is trying to find a key from an address of the first tansaction so that he can claim to be satoshi when he sign with this key.

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no, rico is trying to find a key from an address of the first tansaction so that he can claim to be satoshi when he sign with this key.

Nah - that's not the purpose of the LBC pool.
That will be the purpose of the CWR pool I will set up after we have searched the whole PK space.

While I do believe the pool will find a significant number of PKs, I also do believe this (and how we will handle it) will have no adverse effect on Bitcoin price. These two beliefs are not mutually exclusive - I believe.


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Please define your pool.

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This is pretty simple actually. The purpose of the pool is to cause a drop in bitcoin price so that rico and the likes buy back the bitcoins they have sold out at much lower level.


no, rico is trying to find a key from an address of the first tansaction so that he can claim to be satoshi when he sign with this key.

SCNR

That would be the jackpot, of course. But really interesting question is who is providing the pile of money to be burnt out in unproductive hashing?
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October 27, 2016, 12:46:59 PM
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As of today, 100 trillion keys were searched.

As for #47 of the puzzle transaction: ETA is anything between 0 and 269 hours.


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October 27, 2016, 08:52:21 PM
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As of today, 100 trillion keys were searched.

As for #47 of the puzzle transaction: ETA is anything between 0 and 269 hours.


Rico


Yay, only 1.1579208923731619542357098500868790785283756427907E+77 more addresses left to check!


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October 28, 2016, 09:24:33 AM
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Yay, only 1.1579208923731619542357098500868790785283756427907E+77 more addresses left to check!

I count only 2.92300327466180583641e48 - that's a whopping 29 orders of magnitude smaller.

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October 28, 2016, 09:15:04 PM
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Yay, only 1.1579208923731619542357098500868790785283756427907E+77 more addresses left to check!

I count only 2.92300327466180583641e48 - that's a whopping 29 orders of magnitude smaller.

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