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Author Topic: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin, true deletable blockchain [WHITEPAPER V2]  (Read 466979 times)
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September 17, 2016, 02:53:58 PM
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For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K

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September 17, 2016, 03:10:14 PM
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do we have a block explorer
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September 17, 2016, 03:12:44 PM
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It's built into the wallet.
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September 17, 2016, 03:25:04 PM
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For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K
How much are you paying to run 8cores?
Edit: + The reward seems to be based on luck as well, is it better to run 8x1 core instead of 1x8cores cpu?
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September 17, 2016, 03:38:55 PM
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can you post a guide how to use wallet ..... i can't
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September 17, 2016, 06:46:13 PM
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For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K
How much are you paying to run 8cores?
Edit: + The reward seems to be based on luck as well, is it better to run 8x1 core instead of 1x8cores cpu?
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September 17, 2016, 07:07:32 PM
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Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

PascalCoin is the first crypto currency without need of historical operations to control double spend and with ORDINAL account numbers. YES! LIKE A BANK!
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September 17, 2016, 07:11:45 PM
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For everyone wondering about the Vork usernames, that's me. Rented quite a few servers.

How does this work ?

Easy. Rent some Windows computers online. Like Microsoft Azure.. you can even get like $170 free of CPU-power if you sign up with a new account. You can create multiple Windows environments and login with Remote Desktop. Download the wallet and mine. One tip: don't restart you PC. If you do, they check why you restarted your computer and they will terminate your free account.

This is an example.. there are more who offer a remote windows computer.

Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I'm not familiar with how these services work but I just signed up and would like to join in on these methods (-:

I just used Youtube and I enter at search: microsoft azure virtual machine example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVOb1SpMBnk
I'm running now Windows with 8 Core at ~5000K
How much are you paying to run 8cores?
Edit: + The reward seems to be based on luck as well, is it better to run 8x1 core instead of 1x8cores cpu?
Free trial for now

Are you able to have windows instance(not server)? I'm able to trial the windows server version, otherwise I need MSDN account which I dont have...
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September 17, 2016, 07:27:35 PM
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Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

The software has been heightened, thanks so much - the software is much more stable now  Cool

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September 17, 2016, 07:34:03 PM
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Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

The software has been heightened, thanks so much - the software is much more stable now  Cool
yes stable and highly exceptional. Cheesy


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September 17, 2016, 08:31:47 PM
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been mining for 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck
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September 17, 2016, 09:10:26 PM
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been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck


its not just you, difficultly is rising quickly


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September 17, 2016, 09:28:43 PM
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been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck

That's actually pretty lucky I think.
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September 17, 2016, 09:36:21 PM
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been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck

Check your preferences to see if you are using all your CPU cores, it will tell you the amount of cores and you have to increase it.

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September 17, 2016, 09:38:54 PM
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It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!

Well, it will help with a fair distribution, which so far has been great.
It's an old post I'm replying to, and I don't know if anything has changed, so far (if so, please let me know, because then, I'd be willing to buy a couple of coins!). But for me, it's all but fair distribution, because I don't own any machine running Windoze.

There are some compilers (fp-compile amongst others), but they seem to require .pas files, which I can't seem to find in the project's git.

Any advice? Would be kind of annoying if I can't get into this project because of the lack of a GNU/Linux wallet.

Passive income of 1000$/month and more? Go here and do that! Smiley
That's from only ~1 month!
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September 17, 2016, 10:47:36 PM
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been mining from 36hrs @300khs but found only one block. whats the nethash rate.
or is it just my bad luck

Check your preferences to see if you are using all your CPU cores, it will tell you the amount of cores and you have to increase it.
i know bro but i need my cpu to do my day to day things too so dedicated only one core .... and doing it on a laptop so not a good idea to use more than 2cores out of my 4cores
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It's going to be hard to list this coin on an exchange without being able to build it on a common linux OS.
That's true. But think that PascalCoin is newer, with a new system without historical operations... time to time. Just started!

Well, it will help with a fair distribution, which so far has been great.
It's an old post I'm replying to, and I don't know if anything has changed, so far (if so, please let me know, because then, I'd be willing to buy a couple of coins!). But for me, it's all but fair distribution, because I don't own any machine running Windoze.

There are some compilers (fp-compile amongst others), but they seem to require .pas files, which I can't seem to find in the project's git.

Any advice? Would be kind of annoying if I can't get into this project because of the lack of a GNU/Linux wallet.

virtualize windows
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September 17, 2016, 11:03:59 PM
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Dev is happy.

Current version (1.0.4) works fine on my server for more than 30 hours, holding more than 70 clients connections without losing effectivity.
Detected more than 350 distinct connections in my server.

Good job miners!
Good luck miners!

User is Happy for the same reasons + Dev is really active and reactive on this project Cheesy
Thank you Dev for binging us such a good quality Smiley
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September 18, 2016, 12:42:03 AM
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funny my miners with 1000kh/s to 1500kh/s got 1 to 2 blocks for almost a day...my 772 kh/s even got a block, while my 3340 kh/s miner did not get even a single block.

edit: 3340 kh/s just got a block at 342000G of hashing
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September 18, 2016, 01:55:22 AM
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funny my miners with 1000kh/s to 1500kh/s got 1 to 2 blocks for almost a day...my 772 kh/s even got a block, while my 3340 kh/s miner did not get even a single block.

edit: 3340 kh/s just got a block at 342000G of hashing

@Dev: Does the code really take random/luck into the equation when attributing reward? If yes, that is good news for the average Joe miner.

Also, do you think it is a good idea to add the cumumaltive hashes into the equation as well for block reward so that earlier adopter and the average Joe miner can be competitive vs mining farm?
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