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January 27, 2018, 09:41:32 AM
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Yes, Mrboot, it is understood that PascalCoin needs a manager, not just 2 devs and 1 marketer. I spoke to Albert of this, and I believe soon things will fall into place as intended.

As Albert said, this is not a get-rich-quick-scheme coin. The tech is outstanding. I've read both V1/2 whitepapers many times.

If you expect to get-rich-quick, you might as well leave. I'm sticking around, because I believe the true potential.

It's funny that people always think when you give criticism its related to money, did you hear me say anything about money even once ?

We will see if they change the structure and start marketing then my opinion might change so far still not impressed.
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January 27, 2018, 11:54:26 AM
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Yes, Mrboot, it is understood that PascalCoin needs a manager, not just 2 devs and 1 marketer. I spoke to Albert of this, and I believe soon things will fall into place as intended.

As Albert said, this is not a get-rich-quick-scheme coin. The tech is outstanding. I've read both V1/2 whitepapers many times.

If you expect to get-rich-quick, you might as well leave. I'm sticking around, because I believe the true potential.

It's funny that people always think when you give criticism its related to money, did you hear me say anything about money even once ?

We will see if they change the structure and start marketing then my opinion might change so far still not impressed.
Tech is not the only thing thats needed to become a great top coin.

Jmknapp80, dev.

Your comment has been noted.  You can argue on discord or stop posting pointless statements without backing it up.

It's an experimental software.  Free to use at your own risk and free to contribute in a constructive way.

We could use a service where people can pay for PASC with fiat.

Not everyone has BTC or a way to obtain it.  Not to mention avoiding the risky BTC state it has been for the last 3 months.


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January 27, 2018, 02:40:53 PM
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Yes, Mrboot, it is understood that PascalCoin needs a manager, not just 2 devs and 1 marketer. I spoke to Albert of this, and I believe soon things will fall into place as intended.

As Albert said, this is not a get-rich-quick-scheme coin. The tech is outstanding. I've read both V1/2 whitepapers many times.

If you expect to get-rich-quick, you might as well leave. I'm sticking around, because I believe the true potential.

It's funny that people always think when you give criticism its related to money, did you hear me say anything about money even once ?

We will see if they change the structure and start marketing then my opinion might change so far still not impressed.
Tech is not the only thing thats needed to become a great top coin.

Just join us on Discord.  I keep getting kicked off and blocked by angry bots in less than 5 minutes every time I try to ask something.

Good luck discussing anything on there.  I keep finding myself in a strange place where I don't have access to any text channels.

This is getting old.







I was just joking about getting drunk for no reason.  I didn't.

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January 28, 2018, 12:54:06 AM
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We could use a service where people can pay for PASC with fiat.
Not everyone has BTC or a way to obtain it.  Not to mention avoiding the risky BTC state it has been for the last 3 months.

I did run such service for a few months, but had to give it up because only very few people wanted to sell PASC for FIAT

New PascalCoin Site: http://pascalcoin.frizen.eu
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January 28, 2018, 01:50:22 AM
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We could use a service where people can pay for PASC with fiat.
Not everyone has BTC or a way to obtain it.  Not to mention avoiding the risky BTC state it has been for the last 3 months.

I did run such service for a few months, but had to give it up because only very few people wanted to sell PASC for FIAT

I did notice that because I am human.  Yes, I did click on your exchange couple days ago.

BTW:  The date on your site is wrong.  2017? 

There are no humans on Discord.

They cannot answer simple questions.  And they keep booting me after I confuse them.

I don't need to paste my chat archives here.  Crazy not stupid.

Until there are humans that can answer basic questions about why is this and that...  My brain gets so confused that I cannot think.

I am pretty sure my main question was 'what happened to the difficulty?'.  PASC is not minable at all.  I don't see any new coins generated because it's impossible at least with 6 GPUs running at 100% load 24/7.

They are here too.  Keep posting the same crap over and over and keywords trigger even dumber posts.

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January 28, 2018, 05:12:33 AM
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The way I see it one of the problems Pascal coin has right now is mining is centralized.  With centralized mining some exchanges may be reluctant to list PASC over fear of a 51% attack.  The developers, it is my understanding, are proposing a CPU algorithm to seek to address the problem.  I'm not at all sure the current algorithm is the problem, that is to say with suprnova gone there is 1, ONE, pool to mine pascal, correct me if I am wrong.  What if one goes through all the effort of putting a new algorithm in place at the end of which there is ONE mining pool, and possibly lots of botnets?  So again it would seem the problem is there need to be more mining pools for Pascal, this doesn't seem like a terribly difficult problem to solve.  The developers could 1) reach out to established pools and ask them to include Pascal, 2) talk to their programmer friends about creating mining pools 3) If they built the coin they sure could build a mining pool.  So developers could build a Pascal mining pool take the 1% mining fee, 1% right Wink and put the revenue towards coin development.  Might not be much, but until or unless PIP11 passes it is something.

For the past three weeks or so I have been happily dual mining ETH/PASC at nanopool. If I had someplace else to point my six GPUs for PASC I likely would and definitely would if I knew the mining fee was going towards coin development. There may be something I am missing in all this like a problem with ASICs or some such but I am not sure changing the algorithm solves the problem of too few mining pools.  Even though I am not a programmer I am half tempted to try and set up a PASC pool myself, probably not a great idea unless I had a lot of expert help.  Anyways, my two cents and something to think about.
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January 28, 2018, 11:34:19 AM
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The way I see it one of the problems Pascal coin has right now is mining is centralized.  With centralized mining some exchanges may be reluctant to list PASC over fear of a 51% attack.  The developers, it is my understanding, are proposing a CPU algorithm to seek to address the problem.  I'm not at all sure the current algorithm is the problem, that is to say with suprnova gone there is 1, ONE, pool to mine pascal, correct me if I am wrong.  What if one goes through all the effort of putting a new algorithm in place at the end of which there is ONE mining pool, and possibly lots of botnets?  So again it would seem the problem is there need to be more mining pools for Pascal, this doesn't seem like a terribly difficult problem to solve.  The developers could 1) reach out to established pools and ask them to include Pascal, 2) talk to their programmer friends about creating mining pools 3) If they built the coin they sure could build a mining pool.  So developers could build a Pascal mining pool take the 1% mining fee, 1% right Wink and put the revenue towards coin development.  Might not be much, but until or unless PIP11 passes it is something.

For the past three weeks or so I have been happily dual mining ETH/PASC at nanopool. If I had someplace else to point my six GPUs for PASC I likely would and definitely would if I knew the mining fee was going towards coin development. There may be something I am missing in all this like a problem with ASICs or some such but I am not sure changing the algorithm solves the problem of too few mining pools.  Even though I am not a programmer I am half tempted to try and set up a PASC pool myself, probably not a great idea unless I had a lot of expert help.  Anyways, my two cents and something to think about.

The big problem is that mining PASC is impossible due to super high diff.

I have 4 nvidias and two amds.  Nvidias are pointed at nano, but not for ETH or PASC.

AMDs and my CPU are doing cryptonight. (Miners compiled from source - the fastest ones I found).  CPU does higher H/s than one rx 480.

Any other configuration and it just doesn't make sense.

BTW:  I set up solo cryptonote fork pool in the past.  That was semi easy.  There is no open source PASC pool that I could find.

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January 28, 2018, 02:59:43 PM
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The way I see it one of the problems Pascal coin has right now is mining is centralized.  With centralized mining some exchanges may be reluctant to list PASC over fear of a 51% attack.  The developers, it is my understanding, are proposing a CPU algorithm to seek to address the problem.  I'm not at all sure the current algorithm is the problem, that is to say with suprnova gone there is 1, ONE, pool to mine pascal, correct me if I am wrong.  What if one goes through all the effort of putting a new algorithm in place at the end of which there is ONE mining pool, and possibly lots of botnets?  So again it would seem the problem is there need to be more mining pools for Pascal, this doesn't seem like a terribly difficult problem to solve.  The developers could 1) reach out to established pools and ask them to include Pascal, 2) talk to their programmer friends about creating mining pools 3) If they built the coin they sure could build a mining pool.  So developers could build a Pascal mining pool take the 1% mining fee, 1% right Wink and put the revenue towards coin development.  Might not be much, but until or unless PIP11 passes it is something.

For the past three weeks or so I have been happily dual mining ETH/PASC at nanopool. If I had someplace else to point my six GPUs for PASC I likely would and definitely would if I knew the mining fee was going towards coin development. There may be something I am missing in all this like a problem with ASICs or some such but I am not sure changing the algorithm solves the problem of too few mining pools.  Even though I am not a programmer I am half tempted to try and set up a PASC pool myself, probably not a great idea unless I had a lot of expert help.  Anyways, my two cents and something to think about.

If you check the Blockchain Explorer tab, there are 3 mining entities. Nanopool, cointron (also a pool you can mine on) and Zetapool (unknown).

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January 28, 2018, 03:08:39 PM
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Well, Pascal Coin is a very interesting project and I think it will quickly attract investors. Because as it is "easy to understand" and "easy to work with" Crypto, because it is very similar to the bank. Using a "easy to remember" account not a cryptographic address, and everyone needs to have a personal account to receive / send coins. Because, now everyone needs everything easy to understand and easy to run. I pray for this great project smoothly forever.

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January 28, 2018, 06:20:27 PM
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Well, Pascal Coin is a very interesting project and I think it will quickly attract investors. Because as it is "easy to understand" and "easy to work with" Crypto, because it is very similar to the bank. Using a "easy to remember" account not a cryptographic address, and everyone needs to have a personal account to receive / send coins. Because, now everyone needs everything easy to understand and easy to run. I pray for this great project smoothly forever.

The what?  At least one person posted this is not a make you rich overnight scheme.

What are investors?

How about the devs that support the project without being investors.

It is an address.  Just in different way.  The whole project is different than the other ones...

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January 28, 2018, 06:38:08 PM
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The way I see it one of the problems Pascal coin has right now is mining is centralized.  With centralized mining some exchanges may be reluctant to list PASC over fear of a 51% attack.  The developers, it is my understanding, are proposing a CPU algorithm to seek to address the problem.  I'm not at all sure the current algorithm is the problem, that is to say with suprnova gone there is 1, ONE, pool to mine pascal, correct me if I am wrong.  What if one goes through all the effort of putting a new algorithm in place at the end of which there is ONE mining pool, and possibly lots of botnets?  So again it would seem the problem is there need to be more mining pools for Pascal, this doesn't seem like a terribly difficult problem to solve.  The developers could 1) reach out to established pools and ask them to include Pascal, 2) talk to their programmer friends about creating mining pools 3) If they built the coin they sure could build a mining pool.  So developers could build a Pascal mining pool take the 1% mining fee, 1% right Wink and put the revenue towards coin development.  Might not be much, but until or unless PIP11 passes it is something.

For the past three weeks or so I have been happily dual mining ETH/PASC at nanopool. If I had someplace else to point my six GPUs for PASC I likely would and definitely would if I knew the mining fee was going towards coin development. There may be something I am missing in all this like a problem with ASICs or some such but I am not sure changing the algorithm solves the problem of too few mining pools.  Even though I am not a programmer I am half tempted to try and set up a PASC pool myself, probably not a great idea unless I had a lot of expert help.  Anyways, my two cents and something to think about.

If you check the Blockchain Explorer tab, there are 3 mining entities. Nanopool, cointron (also a pool you can mine on) and Zetapool (unknown).

Nanopool has been reliable and established for at least 2 years.

The fees that are in the miners and pools are tiny compared to HR lost because of internet going down, computer crashes, and well the cost of a 6 GPU rig catching on fire - yes it can happen, electricity...

@ZPDM:  My 4 GPU 1080ti machine keeps crashing daily.  I have spent months and it's still not stable.  12V rail got zapped on the PSU and melted few things, mobo is missing several parts.  I fixed it, because it's cheaper than buying new stuff.  I keep fixing it several time a day sometimes.

And yes, coinotron worked/works, but it I had too many issues with it.  You can happily mine ETH and PASC on coinotron and stop contradicting yourself.

Sorry, I was commenting on that long post that doesn't make any sense.  I honestly have no idea what it was about.

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January 29, 2018, 02:25:51 AM
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If you check the Blockchain Explorer tab, there are 3 mining entities. Nanopool, cointron (also a pool you can mine on) and Zetapool (unknown).
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Did not know about Coinotron will look to give them a try in next week or two.  Zetapool has a website but seems to have zero active miners. Thx.
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January 29, 2018, 02:30:20 AM
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If you check the Blockchain Explorer tab, there are 3 mining entities. Nanopool, cointron (also a pool you can mine on) and Zetapool (unknown).

Did not know about Coinotron will look to give them a try in next week or two.  Zetapool has a website but seems to have zero active miners. Thx.
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Ahh the good 'ole days when GPu mining just became possible and a few of us mined almost all the coins.  Cheesy
No pools to screw with. Cheesy

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January 29, 2018, 02:32:12 AM
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The big problem is that mining PASC is impossible due to super high diff.

I have 4 nvidias and two amds.  Nvidias are pointed at nano, but not for ETH or PASC.

AMDs and my CPU are doing cryptonight. (Miners compiled from source - the fastest ones I found).  CPU does higher H/s than one rx 480.

Any other configuration and it just doesn't make sense.

BTW:  I set up solo cryptonote fork pool in the past.  That was semi easy.  There is no open source PASC pool that I could find.

PASC is profitable to dual mine. That sounds like a pretty incredible CPU hash rate unless you are using a $1,000 CPU or something.  Good luck with getting your rig stable you reminded me I need to pick up a surge suppressor.  
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January 29, 2018, 02:45:19 AM
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If you check the Blockchain Explorer tab, there are 3 mining entities. Nanopool, cointron (also a pool you can mine on) and Zetapool (unknown).

Did not know about Coinotron will look to give them a try in next week or two.  Zetapool has a website but seems to have zero active miners. Thx.

Ahh the good 'ole days when GPu mining just became possible and a few of us mined almost all the coins.  Cheesy
No pools to screw with. Cheesy
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9/10 humblebrag there dreamer, but I am happy for you and your enormous stash of coins.  Again I don't have a strong opinion about changing the algorithim I just don't know if it will solve centralization. Developers could also tweet out a PSA to try to avoid using nanopool as it has led to too much centralization, BTC and LTC did things like that in the past if I am not mistaken.  I imagine if Pascal makes it back to $5 there may be more pools online and the problem could correct itself, but who knows maybe a CPU centric algo is the way to go.
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January 29, 2018, 10:19:54 AM
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The big problem is that mining PASC is impossible due to super high diff.

I have 4 nvidias and two amds.  Nvidias are pointed at nano, but not for ETH or PASC.

AMDs and my CPU are doing cryptonight. (Miners compiled from source - the fastest ones I found).  CPU does higher H/s than one rx 480.

Any other configuration and it just doesn't make sense.

BTW:  I set up solo cryptonote fork pool in the past.  That was semi easy.  There is no open source PASC pool that I could find.

PASC is profitable to dual mine. That sounds like a pretty incredible CPU hash rate unless you are using a $1,000 CPU or something.  Good luck with getting your rig stable you reminded me I need to pick up a surge suppressor. 

Old 12 core Xeon ES from HK.  400$. 

I have surge protectors on every outlet.  It's not rapid drawing 5kw from outlet protectors.

It's not profitable to mine unless your name is GPU farm.

I shutdown the AMDs.  They crash without integrated graphics on every miner.  Zec, xmr, pasc, eth

Fixed.  Takes 30 minutes and basic computer skills like @ZPDM knew I had.





It's a common issue with these.  They leak out and the VRMs act up.

Still slow on ETH (20 mh/s max)because this was the crappiest of them released.

I flashed them to 580s, why not.  Must be the exact same GPU but it's 2 years newer.  AMD business model

Works so so though for gaming though:

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January 29, 2018, 10:28:20 AM
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If you check the Blockchain Explorer tab, there are 3 mining entities. Nanopool, cointron (also a pool you can mine on) and Zetapool (unknown).

Did not know about Coinotron will look to give them a try in next week or two.  Zetapool has a website but seems to have zero active miners. Thx.

Ahh the good 'ole days when GPu mining just became possible and a few of us mined almost all the coins.  Cheesy
No pools to screw with. Cheesy

9/10 humblebrag there dreamer, but I am happy for you and your enormous stash of coins.  Again I don't have a strong opinion about changing the algorithim I just don't know if it will solve centralization. Developers could also tweet out a PSA to try to avoid using nanopool as it has led to too much centralization, BTC and LTC did things like that in the past if I am not mistaken.  I imagine if Pascal makes it back to $5 there may be more pools online and the problem could correct itself, but who knows maybe a CPU centric algo is the way to go.
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It's called solo before the diff is impossible with CPU.

I mined 1 million PASC with CPU only.  (I'm messing with the troll.  Normal people please ignore B-)

Your opinion has been noted 3 times.

Aren't you happily using nano when I mentioned you can happily using coinotron for ETH, PASC, ZEC...

@ZPDM.  I will sell you PASC.  If I had time, I would set up buy PASC service.

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January 29, 2018, 06:31:19 PM
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i sent from my wallet

pascalcoin at poloniex and is at pending 0 of 8

why that happen?HuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuh?



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January 29, 2018, 06:47:16 PM
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I sent 100 PASCAL. After a few hours it said Complete, but the person I have sent it to did not receive it, and there is no transaction with that hash on block explorer. I wrote a support ticket, but nothing so far.

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We got the Reddit back  Cool it will be very interesting hehe
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