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September 20, 2016, 09:57:24 PM
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So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

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September 20, 2016, 10:16:10 PM
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So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

You can see your hashes next to the mining speed. I think average takes 200k~ for a block at this diff.
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September 20, 2016, 10:17:25 PM
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So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

You can see your hashes next to the mining speed. I think average takes 200k~ for a block at this diff.

You can see all the blocks you have received in the account explorer.

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September 20, 2016, 10:32:53 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!
Lets also add a speed limiter, 500 kHz max. regardless of cpu power.  Cool

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September 20, 2016, 10:37:28 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!
Lets also add a speed limiter, 500 kHz max. regardless of cpu power.  Cool

Wouldn't stop people from mining on multiple computers or launching multiple times the app on the same computer :/
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September 20, 2016, 10:48:11 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

Naughty!
Lets also add a speed limiter, 500 kHz max. regardless of cpu power.  Cool

Wouldn't stop people from mining on multiple computers or launching multiple times the app on the same computer :/
Crap I forgot that one.
POW is sadly only for big players nothing new there, time to shut down my wallet.

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September 20, 2016, 10:52:04 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

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September 20, 2016, 10:56:34 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

I'm working in RPC functionality, but I need some help in concepts.
Which kind of methods need?

(Imagine a RPC-JSON)

Is there a standard of function names and expected functionality? Or, if not a standard, a website explaining a well known RPC functions for cryptocurrency.

Thanks

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September 20, 2016, 10:57:07 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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September 20, 2016, 10:59:29 PM
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So, I just did all the naming and stuff recommended, but that doesn't have any affect on the work that I did previously, I imagine.  One is still credited?
It's just odd now because it's about 24 hours and not seeing anything that looks like progress on the screen, which is odd for mining.  Usually one knows exactly what one is earning, even if it's barely nothing.

I think it helps a coin to grow for the thread to encourage the newbies that are attracted to it.  I realize that it's not particularly self-interest but then maybe it is. 

You can see your hashes next to the mining speed. I think average takes 200k~ for a block at this diff.

Yes, I just see zero blocks going on about 24 hours, which I am ok with, I really am new so I'm not sure what this will turn out to be.   I am not sure what you mean, by average takes "200k~ for a block at this diff. " Around how many coins when I first get a block, 200K?


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September 20, 2016, 11:02:43 PM
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https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list
You will need at least:
getaccount
getaccountaddress
getbalance
getblock
getblocktemplate
getinfo
getnewaddress
gettransaction
sendtoaddress

and probably some more.

Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

I'm working in RPC functionality, but I need some help in concepts.
Which kind of methods need?

(Imagine a RPC-JSON)

Is there a standard of function names and expected functionality? Or, if not a standard, a website explaining a well known RPC functions for cryptocurrency.

Thanks

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September 20, 2016, 11:22:27 PM
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dont shut the miner/wallet bro. Keep it burning. pascal coin is awesome.
Cheaper to buy when miners are selling off.

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September 20, 2016, 11:42:12 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

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September 20, 2016, 11:56:57 PM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. Cheesy

We need some greybeards in this thread haha


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September 21, 2016, 12:27:04 AM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. Cheesy

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



If we had RPC access, then we could write a GPU miner in any language. There are OpenCL bindings for Delphi, but there'd be no need to use them.

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September 21, 2016, 12:29:47 AM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. Cheesy

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?
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September 21, 2016, 12:33:23 AM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. Cheesy

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?

Not having a public GPU miner doesn't mean people aren't GPU mining, it just means that a select few have an unreasonably significant advantage over the entire remainder of the network. To throw some numbers around, one high-end GPU could probably quadruple the entire network's current hash rate. This means that if someone wanted to attack the network, they just need to write a GPU miner and run it on a ~$150 card.

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September 21, 2016, 02:20:52 AM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. Cheesy

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?

Not having a public GPU miner doesn't mean people aren't GPU mining, it just means that a select few have an unreasonably significant advantage over the entire remainder of the network. To throw some numbers around, one high-end GPU could probably quadruple the entire network's current hash rate. This means that if someone wanted to attack the network, they just need to write a GPU miner and run it on a ~$150 card.

in other words, the more optimized the network mining is, the less chance of an attack from a high hashrate entity.

the problem is the monopoly of optimized mining.
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September 21, 2016, 05:25:33 AM
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Is there mecanism in place to block miners from botnet?

As it currently stands, anyone wanting to botnet this coin would have two options:
Modify and recompile the code to remove the GUI and run in the background
Write a compatible miner, and modify the PascalCoin code to act like a pool

It'd be a lot easier to just modify PascalCoin to enable RPC functionality, and write a GPU miner.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm    Cool Cool Cool Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I couldn't even get the dang IDE to compile the code with (latest release of RAD Studio doesn't work!), much less actually make any modifications Smiley

A GPU would probably be faster than the entire network currently. The network itself is hovering around 200 MH/s-ish, and a decent GPU could probably pull 800+ MH/s.

Is it possible for someone to create a GPU miner in Pascal?

There is no current documentation on GPU miners on Pascal. Cheesy

We need some greybeards in this thread haha



Do we really want GPU miners for this coin? IMHO, we should get away from this idea as we want this coin to be as accessible as possible to the joe miner with a household/at home computer. Otherwise, mining farm would get most the reward... What is your thought on this?

Very funny, well, then you could answer the questions that Joe Miner poses in this thread   Smiley

It is kind of interesting have a bird's eye view of these alt coins trying to take off.  You expect only uber geeks to understand what's going on, and only a small percentage of people will bother answering questions. 



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September 21, 2016, 05:38:58 AM
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Most don't know what's going on. They just want GPU mining because they likely have a few or a bunch of GPUs. Once it becomes to hard to CPU mine, if it ever does, I am sure the dev will create an instance for GPU mining. At this stage CPU is still fine. A few months down the road though who knows. I like the concept, enjoy helping the network and collecting coins. Be it with CPU or eventually GPU. Still looking to buy more coins as well in case people don't check the buy and sell thread back on page 22. Still paying .000015 BTC per Pascal coin. Must have proof of coins in your wallet.
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