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Author Topic: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin, true deletable blockchain - V3 Hardfork on block 210000  (Read 607356 times)
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October 11, 2016, 07:08:08 AM
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Just got a block so V4 is working fine for me Smiley

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October 11, 2016, 07:11:00 AM
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This miner is for GPU mining, you will most likely not get any blocks with your CPUs anymore since difficulty is way up now.
My GPU is Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 6GB WindForce. I have only a mild overclock on it currently.

You may be right. Due to high diff I may not be getting any block with cpu. Thanks for the information.

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October 11, 2016, 07:16:55 AM
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tuning my dualminer script using v4 core of the pascal coin miner.... 67 eth  656 pascal coin @ 3 x 1070 gtx  powermeter 70% +200 mhz clock + 600 mhz MEM
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October 11, 2016, 07:18:50 AM
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anyone wanting to buy/sell coins post here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1638517.0
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October 11, 2016, 07:23:08 AM
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What is an Account? Why people are buying Accounts in trading thread? How can I create accounts?

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October 11, 2016, 07:24:43 AM
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What is an Account? Why people are buying Accounts in trading thread? How can I create accounts?

accounts are like personal wallet addresses. its just something you can sell

1 block = 100 coins + 5 accounts
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October 11, 2016, 07:31:56 AM
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What is an Account? Why people are buying Accounts in trading thread? How can I create accounts?

accounts are like personal wallet addresses. its just something you can sell

1 block = 100 coins + 5 accounts


Thanks. I think I can't get new blocks as well as new accounts. I have cpu only. The diff is very high. The block interval is by minutes now.

What is R: 100 G mean? It is rising continuously. It is shown after Mining hash.

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October 11, 2016, 07:34:48 AM
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What is an Account? Why people are buying Accounts in trading thread? How can I create accounts?

accounts are like personal wallet addresses. its just something you can sell

1 block = 100 coins + 5 accounts


Thanks. I think I can't get new blocks as well as new accounts. I have cpu only. The diff is very high. The block interval is by minutes now.

What is R: 100 G mean? It is rising continuously. It is shown after Mining hash.

diff is just high some people get 1 block a day
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October 11, 2016, 07:51:31 AM
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I think there's a new AMD GPU miner coming soon, one of the recent blocks was found by a worker called RX480TST10.

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October 11, 2016, 07:52:05 AM
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What is an Account? Why people are buying Accounts in trading thread? How can I create accounts?

accounts are like personal wallet addresses. its just something you can sell

1 block = 100 coins + 5 accounts


Thanks. I think I can't get new blocks as well as new accounts. I have cpu only. The diff is very high. The block interval is by minutes now.

What is R: 100 G mean? It is rising continuously. It is shown after Mining hash.

diff is just high some people get 1 block a day

Okay. Now I get bluescreen error when I run. It happened three times in 2 hours. What may be the issue?
Do you people use slack, irc or telegram to chat?

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October 11, 2016, 08:21:39 AM
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So no more CPU mining? is there a GPU miner? or?

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October 11, 2016, 08:58:21 AM
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Still waiting for an AMD miner.
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October 11, 2016, 09:38:30 AM
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Anyone here mining with AMD cards?

I re-coded some of the old Bitcoin kernels and getting around 500MH/s with a 280X.

No idea if its working however since I haven't found a block yet. Is there a testnet  available?


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October 11, 2016, 09:54:19 AM
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Ok maximum tuning found for my dual script miner PASCAL SOLO / ETHEREUM POOL / SOLO. 400 mhs Pascal coin 72 Ethereum at 282 W power consumption for 3 * 1070 gtx

I am unsure whether to release it at a pay price of 0.015 btc (1/3 to me 1/3 donation to pascal dev and 1/3 donation to gpu miner core dev)

or to release it free but with mining fee 7.5 for ethereum only (cant put fee on solo for pascal Smiley ) 2.5 for me 2.5 for dev pascal and 2.5 for pascal gpu miner core dev

i contacted already Vorksholk asking if he allows me to implement this to my public script (the miner is not opensource and i dont know what license it has) so i dont know if i am allowed to include it in 3rd party script

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October 11, 2016, 10:11:39 AM
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Anyone here mining with AMD cards?

I re-coded some of the old Bitcoin kernels and getting around 500MH/s with a 280X.

No idea if its working however since I haven't found a block yet. Is there a testnet  available?



Care to share the kernel? Thanks @adaseb.
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October 11, 2016, 10:15:05 AM
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Can someone here post a working Buffer string with a valid noone ?

Basically buffer_part1" + "buffer_payload" + "buffer_part3" + UNIX_TIMESTAMP + NONCE


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October 11, 2016, 10:22:05 AM
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Can someone here post a working Buffer string with a valid noone ?

Basically buffer_part1" + "buffer_payload" + "buffer_part3" + UNIX_TIMESTAMP + NONCE



https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/blob/master/kernel.cu

https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

{"method":"miner-notify","params":[{"block":20110,"version":1,"part1":"8F4E0000CA022000DC01BE5ACD50092CA653D0763CCCE7A9E408908B2F7D177C080C78186D3558F C2000A48CEC0E7031689D40AF8C7C73330E06E27788F0339729F53A3AF4ED47C2E45040420F0000 00000001000000B74D7926","payload_start":"546573744A534F4E32","part3":"0D1F997AB584AF8A86476135A9F091073A3FE28A6A07D4112BF8595144F0E666E3B0C44298FC1C1 49AFBF4C8996FB92427AE41E4649B934CA495991B7852B85500000000","target":645483959,"target_pow":"00000000030D6490000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000","timestamp":1476103385}],"id":null}

You need this params:
- "block": This is the next block number to generate... you will not use it
- "version": This is the PascalCoin core version. If in future it changes... you would need to develop a new GPU miner... check that allways is 1
- "part1" : This is a Hexa string, you must convert it to RAW and store to a buffer called "buffer_part1"
- "payload_start": This is the miner name included in the payload when mining. You can ADD characters (only from ASCII from 23 to 255). Store it in a buffer - "buffer_payload"
- "part3" : equal to part1
- "timestamp": This is the server timestamp. You must use allways a timestamp equal or higher than the server... so... be synchronized
- "target_pow": This is a hexa string with the PoW target you must to generate
- "target": This is the target in original format. You will not use it.


Then, your GPU miner, must do this:

Create a buffer with:
"buffer_part1" + "buffer_payload" + "buffer_part3" + UNIX_TIMESTAMP + NONCE
(UNIX_TIMESTAMP and NONCE are 32bits unsigned integers, saved in LITTLE ENDIAN)

Make a Double SHA256 and save it to "buffer_pow"

Check if "buffer_pow" is lower or equal to "target_pow" provided by server in "miner-notify"

If NO, then create a new buffer changing NONCE or UNIX_TIMESAMP (or also, adding valid ASCII chars to buffer_payload), and check again
If YES: Submit a "miner-submit" like example 4... and check if you win


REMEMBER: buffer_payload only accepts ASCII chars from 32 to 254, must start exactly than "payload_start" param, and can be length max of 255 bytes.

NOTE: PascalCoin.exe will provide the miner name at "payload_start" plus a number indicating which client is mining. If there are 2 clients, and Miner name is "MyMiner" first will have "MyMiner1" and second "MyMiner2".


THAT'S ALL!!!

If you like it, make a donation to PascalCoin project: BTC 16K3HCZRhFUtM8GdWRcfKeaa6KsuyxZaYk



Thanks!!!

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October 11, 2016, 01:25:45 PM
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Some people mentioned high CPU usage in the wallet (which was basically busywaiting on GPU results), so here's a new version that doesn't chew up CPU: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav3

 Is this the unneutered version of your software or have you not released it yet?


He released the unmetred one last night to support the network. Vorsholk is solid and a great person.

Actually totally spaced this, here's an unneutered version with the memory leak fix: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav4


https://www.virustotal.com/fr/file/a47e9fa916190cbf129602da10645942a7ac7cbdb1663a9cf6620ff90e475f4b/analysis/1476191812/

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October 11, 2016, 01:49:41 PM
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To answer a few questions about the GPU miner I've seen pop up:

Is the GPU miner compatible with 1.0.7?
Not currently, although I plan to make a GPU miner for 1.0.7 sometime soon (this weekend?).

Is there a memory leak in the current GPU miner?
Yup, leaks about a megabyte-ish a minute. I'm pretty sure I found the problem, testing the new version now to make sure it still performs as expected.

Do I need to use different users in Windows to mine with multiple GPUs?
Probably--each GPU will be essentially duplicating the work of the other GPUs if they're fed the same mining data, since they run deterministically (no 'random' nonce generation, though the number of threads running on the GPU do affect the nonce range explored).

Can the different GPU miners all run from the same folder?
No, you need to run a separate instance of PascalCoin from a separate folder for each GPU on the same machine.

Why do I need to use different users for multiple GPUs?
You need to run multiple instances of PascalCoin either with a different public key you mine with, or with a different miner name in order to make sure the GPUs aren't duplicating each other's work.

Will I be able to mine with multiple GPUs to a single wallet in the future?
Yes. The version that supports 1.0.7 and it's RPC functionality will allow you to specify a different miner name for each GPU. As long as you let each GPU use a different miner name, they won't duplicate any work between them (because the miner name is part of what gets hashed when producing a block).

Does it still make sense to CPU mine?
If you have free electric or just want to play around, sure. Unless you have free electric, it isn't going to be profitable.
whether the cpu ordinary users will continue to be able to continue this mining?

Sure can. If they want to waste electricity.
means that we can only see the miners GPU produces pascal Shocked

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October 11, 2016, 01:51:24 PM
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Some people mentioned high CPU usage in the wallet (which was basically busywaiting on GPU results), so here's a new version that doesn't chew up CPU: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav3

 Is this the unneutered version of your software or have you not released it yet?


He released the unmetred one last night to support the network. Vorsholk is solid and a great person.

Actually totally spaced this, here's an unneutered version with the memory leak fix: http://www.filedropper.com/pascalcudav4


https://www.virustotal.com/fr/file/a47e9fa916190cbf129602da10645942a7ac7cbdb1663a9cf6620ff90e475f4b/analysis/1476191812/

10/54 positif ,not sure if i must download this ...

Ew, that's really weird! Looks like it's picking up something from the PascalCoinWallet.exe file? The original PascalCoin wallet doesn't seem to have any issues, and my version is compiled straight from the source code, using a legitimate copy of RAD Studio. I'll do a virus scan on my system, for the meantime DON'T DOWNLOAD THIS FILE. I'll post this notice in the original post too. I compiled it in a VM, maybe I got a virus trying to download an older version of Berlin? :/

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