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September 03, 2016, 01:20:42 AM
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Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!


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September 03, 2016, 01:20:55 AM
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Well if the algo is SHA256D ASICS would take over the coin very quickly if it catches some value.

Note that PoW is calculated using SHA256D over a stream with different size of BitCoin, all is new because I've made a new fully development in Pascal.
I don't know if actual ASICS can work over PascalCoin... perhaps not.

But, of course, if this happens, I'll be very very very happy!

Took a quick peek at your source code, I see:
Code:
 FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Basic[1],length(FDigest_Basic));
  FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Operations[1],length(FDigest_Operations));
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.timestamp,4);
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.nonce,4);

That's 72 bytes of data being hashed, correct? I believe most ASICs are specifically optimized to hash exactly 80 bytes of data (and furthermore, to increment the last 4 bytes of those 80 bytes when incrementing the nonce), so there's a good chance that they wouldn't be able to hash any less.

For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

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September 03, 2016, 01:41:16 AM
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Took a quick peek at your source code, I see:
Code:
 FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Basic[1],length(FDigest_Basic));
  FStreamPoW.WriteBuffer(FDigest_Operations[1],length(FDigest_Operations));
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.timestamp,4);
  FStreamPoW.Write(FOperationBlock.nonce,4);

That's 72 bytes of data being hashed, correct? I believe most ASICs are specifically optimized to hash exactly 80 bytes of data (and furthermore, to increment the last 4 bytes of those 80 bytes when incrementing the nonce), so there's a good chance that they wouldn't be able to hash any less.

For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

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Digest_Basic contains a variable size, because it includes Public key (that can be from 66 to +200 bytes) and Payload (max 255 bytes). So digest_basic can contains from +-80 to +-450 bytes

Digest_Operations is static size, contains operations hash and fee

Finally 4 bytes for timestamp and 4 for nonce.

Total can be from +-110 bytes to +500 bytes to sha256d

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September 03, 2016, 02:08:02 AM
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Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!

Hint: Password starts with Pas...  Cool

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September 03, 2016, 02:04:29 PM
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For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

Sorry... I don't know how GPU works... If there is a developer with knwoledge about this I will appreciate any help.

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September 03, 2016, 03:49:15 PM
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For a GPU miner, the main thing required is some RPC access (even a simple getwork-ish method), then writing external optimized CPU/GPU miners will be a lot easier.

Sorry... I don't know how GPU works... If there is a developer with knowledge about this I will appreciate any help.

You'd just need to provide RPC functionality for PascalCoin that allows the miner to query for the info to hash and current target, and then submit the nonce (or block header) they found back to PascalCoin. Once you add that to your coin, people can start making external GPU/CPU miners, pools, etc.

So basically bind another port on the machine, and allow for queries like "getwork" which returns (maybe in JSON, since your block header isn't as rigid as Bitcoin's) a public key corresponding to a private key held by the wallet, operations hash/fee, timestamp, and current target. A GPU mining program would be able to query this, build the block header by adding their own payload and starting the nonce from zero or whatever and incrementing it, perform their hashing, check against the target, etc. Then allow for another query like "submitblock" for the miner to send back the header with the appropriate nonce, have PascalCoin do the appropriate block construction as if the built-in miner found a valid proof-of-work, and submit it to the network.

RPC usually uses some kind of authentication, but you could slap on a simple RPC without authentication that only allows for mining for now.

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September 03, 2016, 05:06:46 PM
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Wow, the wallet-miner isn't noob friendly xD

I just mined a block but there is a red circle for the state, what does it mean ? Smiley
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Wow, the wallet-miner isn't noob friendly xD

I just mined a block but there is a red circle for the state, what does it mean ? Smiley

red means not mature yet. have to wait 100 blocks until it matures.
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September 03, 2016, 08:17:31 PM
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Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises Smiley
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
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September 03, 2016, 09:35:23 PM
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Today I can't connect... anyone else?

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Today I can't connect... anyone else?

i can't connect since launch lel
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September 04, 2016, 12:55:12 AM
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Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises Smiley
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
Sooooo what was the password ?

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Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises Smiley
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
Sooooo what was the password ?

Obvious: PascalCoin  Grin

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September 04, 2016, 04:22:53 AM
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Exercise 2:

Go to your private keys form, then select 1 private key (for example, a new private key) and click "Export public key"

This will copy to your clipboard a text like this:
JJj2GZDcygFdtnNTibpMEowjNQQR6PdBp8dNE5vjbzsyMK6rMxccrGNFMRE2jcUaW1MFJkspWqrY696 Tor9xHXf2xnqx4SCMWJjzoegabDrqNUWZUMAfxTCKj4Zkk3mx5Qqf8B19U8AqZqZt1fFv4KshNJa7uN nmTp88ocooGmNZLm2y4ki3ShBSrCyiTFWK4

Paste this text in a reply and I'll transfer an account to your public key, so after included in the blockchain, you will be the owner of this account.

This is the "Transfer account to a new owner" operation

Have a nice day!






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mining etc is all working great :-)

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If you ask people to post insubstantial posts in your thread (like public keys), or offer giveaways for posts you could get banned, and this thread might get locked.

This warning is sticked at the top of this board, and also at the top of the altcoin discussion board.

Ups. I understand. Sorry.
No more exercises here...

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Exercise:

I will write a Pascal Coin Private key with a password.
This Private key contains 5 accounts, and also 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

The game consists in Import this private key to your Wallet, find valid password and you will win 5 accounts and 100.0000 Pascal Coins.

Note for the winner: I recommend to change accounts private key for a new one after found password ;-)

Do you want to play?

Which is the password? (Note... is very simple, has no spaces and is written in CamelCase )

Encrypted Private key ready to import: 53616C7465645F5FDF79C8D17747B0B294F8481AF7B17FAE20F7FE687397C8B3B5CFE4C7AF2A0E0 3FDAB0D849C8E49A26420B87E86CAF643265ED718E22150FC8CFFC67BAB49D8A35613EA6EA96177 3EDD1C75A72634770FF0254DFFED1F0173

Have a nice day!
Hi dev, thanks for exercise and 100k coins [I've already changed passwd ;-)]
My public key for Exercise 2 >> 3GhhboqM8RMfs2eXRzf9yx5jbgxejT166K5HP9qvRi1FXbsV9Q1yoK8reD5M9JvEnrjs6iwbuAhp8FU NeSM2PdNJZUnAo9mqcE6VDA
Looking forward to another exercises Smiley
On another note - I thought nobody codes in Pascal anymore these days, but I 've loved that language back in the days - it was actually my first serious language I was learning. My respect for coding virtual currency in it!
Oh, and I really want to study that whitepaper - I see you've put a lot of work in it - but Google translation is not good in some parts - would you be able to give it to someone that can do catalan->english corrections ? Thanks.
And let me wish you all the best for PascalCoin future development!
Sooooo what was the password ?

Obvious: PascalCoin  Grin
That was the 1st I tried, I guess password was already changed when I tried.
Typical.   Sad

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September 05, 2016, 04:04:09 AM
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What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
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What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?

R: xxxxG is counter of how many times tried to generate a PoW (and "G" equals to Giga, so multiply by 1000000) from started mining with the Application.

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What does the "R" stand for in:
Mining Status: x miners at xxx kh/s (R: xxxxG)
?

R: xxxxG is counter of how many times tried to generate a PoW (and "G" equals to Giga, so multiply by 1000000) from started mining with the Application.

i was going to ask the same question lol but another question for you if you dont mind me being such a noob lol after i mine 5 blocks i seem to get disconnected from the servers had 5 connections and it drops to 1 and runs as a node but stops my mining, thats now 3 times thats happened. Is that normal for this to happen? i  dont mind having to restart the wallet after mining 5 blocks but it can be a pain if i forget lol?

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