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November 13, 2018, 11:14:51 AM
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pasc 64$ not yet ? Grin

Not yet.

Around 0.64 cents US.

I wish it was hundredfold. 

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I spent all day getting my now 3 computers ready to start mining at block 260.000 for the new randomhash ! =D

First I downloaded safebox/blockchain to my main computer, then used my udp file transfer program to send to shitty german laptop and surprise (!) my new borrowed computer: Mammie's laptop ! =D LOL.

A toshiba core i5, dual core, with hyper threading.

I also managed to get this old linksys router working.... quite cool. For the first time in my live I can now finally properly share internet, without windows internet sharing... but just via shitty router lol.

It's only 50 megabyte/sec router or something... but it will do for now.

This will come in handy for DELLLLLPPPHHIIIINNNNIUMMMCCCCcooooiinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn... but first now I am busy with the new almighty beautifull super deluxe brand new passsssscallll coin ! Wink =D

Want to see if it's now possible to mine some blocks with just "standard" "off the shelf" lol... shitty average day consumer hardware ! Wink =D Actually not yet completely done... need to modify one more batch file and one more task schedular task and then I am done for today (for slow dreampc... what the heck might as well add it too as a miner Wink) ... I would love to have been there in prime time... online whatever... but I have to go sleep. But my miners will start at 23:00 today which is 14/11/2018.

My expectation is that block 260.000 will be reached somewhere around and probably past 23:00 14/11/2018 ! Wink =D

When the block number is below this... the miner will show difficulity 0x0000000000000000 and such zeroes.

I just hope that the miner rhminer from polyminer1 will work when the "magical" switch happens from 259.xxx to 260.000 and beyond... that be sweet. (I also tried to -devfee 0 switch but it was not recgonized, apperently this needs a recompile first... not gonna bother with that for now, fee seems to be only 1% can live with that for now... don't want mining disabled or anything crazy like that cause fee was disabled... that'd be evil... don't want anything to go wrong or jinx it =D... this is alll about execution execution execution baby... like AMD lol. No seriously... just Skybuck testing power... I tested the shit out of everything... nothing left to chance.. the only thing that can f*ck me up now is external sources... like power loss or internet loss... ouch... or possibly overheat... didn't test my mommie's laptop yet... but I am thinking and hoping two threads should be fine... cause this also worked on shitty german laptop Smiley hope I dont burn through mommie's laptop lol... think it will be ok... but that the only real part untested... hmm... bit scary but not too much.)

Getting my systems ready took much longer than expected. I wanted to do it completely perfectly and so I did ! Wink =D oh yeah enjoying my setup.

You know what I am gonna make a picture and share it with you ! LOL.

Here some enjoyable media for you:

http://www.skybuck.org/PascalCoin/ReadyForBlock260000/

There is one additional tribute mov video at the end of this folder for your super short enjoyment Wink Smiley

Maybe I add more later don't think so, do wanna share my mining setup with you LOL.



(For those that care about picture lol.... mommie's laptop on the far left, shitty german laptop in middle, 12 year old dreampc on the right ! Wink)


Even made a video to celebrate the introduction of randomhash... music was just a coincidence... not my favorite... it happened to be playing.

Youtube video of Skybuck's setup ready for mining block 260.000:

https://youtu.be/AEXtpld-Z3g

In case you can't play mov...

Sorry for the dark lights and shit... but this is how I compute... lol.

At least it gives somewhat of an impression of what I've been up to and busy with today.

Oh yeah before I forget... this new internet sharing setup... could be interesting for me to test and developed "ip/udp multicast" software... like developing a nice udp multicast version of my udp file transfer software and continueing with that... maybe some multi threading... lot's of time required for me to develop it... and only small time gained when actually transferring files... but it will be a lot of fun to do...

I transferred 1 gigabyte twice today... zipped pascalcoin distribution/blockchain etc... so this inspired me to try and do it better.. just one time instead of two times Wink ! Smiley

ip/udp multicast could also be interesting for blockchains and pascalcoin in future... hope to see this ip/udp multicast working someday over the internet.

Been a long time since I last tested it... not sure if it would work today... probably not... also this linksys router has an option to filter out multicast... so I would have to disable that first to test and use it I guess... hmm also interesting test...

Very glad everything worked out... especially since I can't enter cable modem menu... cause it's dead/stuck... but router has it's own menu and did work... and had no issues.

I did have to power off/power on the cable modem... cause it remembers the first device it sees... and this has to be the new router instead of the pc... otherwise it would never have worked... this router required zero setup... just plug in and do the power cycle... wish I had known this before though cause I wasted some time with messing around with settings and such but that was somewhat of a nice excercise seeing ip's release/renew it does work if giving this command in windows... I even tried "cloning" the mac address... that did seem to work public ip address was in status of router but eventually didn't work.. but eventually wasn't necessary to make it work..

Settings are simply default factory settings, dhcp server enabled, gateway mode.

Cable modem is connected to ethernet/internet port of router... and the other 3 PCs connected to the lan ports.

What was kinda weird/interesting is if cable modem was connected to lan port instead.. one of the PCs could still internet lol.. but not the other ones... so that was kinda weird...

But now everything is working very nicely... disabled the wireless access of it... Not gonna tell you the exact model... cause I think it can be hacked lol, it's very old.. but here is a hint it was one of the most popular linksys routers ever sold lol... got it for free from somebody... couldn't believe it... it's a very iconic model... with here another hint... two pointy devil horns Wink =D black purple and green router colors oops... too much hints... anyway Smiley =D:

I really hope you guys totally fuck up and under estimate or get surprised by the setup time to get this working so that you are not ready in time so I can solo mine block 260.000 lol... and beyond ! LOL.

But you have my respects if you motherf*ckers are on time ! LOL.

SEEEEEEEEEECCCCCUUUUUUU OOOOOOONNNNNNN TTTTHHHEEEE BLOOOOCCCCKKCCCHHHAAAAIIIINNNn////...and safeeeebbboooxxx hopefully ! Wink =D

Hell if I fail to mine I can still run delphiniumcoin later on ! LOL. Will probably do that anyway for fun/kicks Wink Smiley

Euhm and that's about it... had a nice little trick to get task schedular working gonna keep it to myself... but I am sure you'll figure it out in relation to batch files... file paths hint hint Wink

I shutdown plenty of services... so the computers are running as efficiently as possible... it's interesting how "resource monitor" has a special "services graph"... where you can see how much cpu the services
on windows are taking up/consuming of cpu time and such.... you may want to look at this if you have never disabled or stopped any services and may want to experiment with that ! Wink

Do not shutdown or stop any services called "terminal" or "theme" this will f*ck you in the *ss Smiley

Also in resource monitor there is something funny... you can choose "suspend process"... do not suspend the "system process" ! LOL or you PC will completely freeze up ! LOL. God why did I do that again ?! Oh yeah world of warships installed was pissing me off and taking too long lol.

Anyway I had a lot of fun/joy setting this stuff up... I hope you do as well... if not you out of luck... and I am ready to be disappointed... but I am hoping for the best and keeping my fingers crossed ! Wink =D

Skybuck over and out with this very interesting (and possibly revolutionary) (randomhash) experiment... Skybuck drops the mic ! =D

P.S.: I do expect GPU mining pools to still dominate though... cause of polyminer1 randomhash... but the playing field between cpus and gpus is levelled and also weak vs strong is also a bit levelled... so interesting indeed.
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Last edit: November 15, 2018, 04:38:45 AM by tlaskows
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I spent all day getting my now 3 computers ready to start mining at block 260.000 for the new randomhash ! =D

First I downloaded safebox/blockchain to my main computer, then used my udp file transfer program to send to shitty german laptop and surprise (!) my new borrowed computer: Mammie's laptop ! =D LOL.

A toshiba core i5, dual core, with hyper threading.

I also managed to get this old linksys router working.... quite cool. For the first time in my live I can now finally properly share internet, without windows internet sharing... but just via shitty router lol.

It's only 50 megabyte/sec router or something... but it will do for now.

This will come in handy for DELLLLLPPPHHIIIINNNNIUMMMCCCCcooooiinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn... but first now I am busy with the new almighty beautifull super deluxe brand new passsssscallll coin ! Wink =D

Want to see if it's now possible to mine some blocks with just "standard" "off the shelf" lol... shitty average day consumer hardware ! Wink =D Actually not yet completely done... need to modify one more batch file and one more task schedular task and then I am done for today (for slow dreampc... what the heck might as well add it too as a miner Wink) ... I would love to have been there in prime time... online whatever... but I have to go sleep. But my miners will start at 23:00 today which is 14/11/2018.

My expectation is that block 260.000 will be reached somewhere around and probably past 23:00 14/11/2018 ! Wink =D

When the block number is below this... the miner will show difficulity 0x0000000000000000 and such zeroes.

I just hope that the miner rhminer from polyminer1 will work when the "magical" switch happens from 259.xxx to 260.000 and beyond... that be sweet. (I also tried to -devfee 0 switch but it was not recgonized, apperently this needs a recompile first... not gonna bother with that for now, fee seems to be only 1% can live with that for now... don't want mining disabled or anything crazy like that cause fee was disabled... that'd be evil... don't want anything to go wrong or jinx it =D... this is alll about execution execution execution baby... like AMD lol. No seriously... just Skybuck testing power... I tested the shit out of everything... nothing left to chance.. the only thing that can f*ck me up now is external sources... like power loss or internet loss... ouch... or possibly overheat... didn't test my mommie's laptop yet... but I am thinking and hoping two threads should be fine... cause this also worked on shitty german laptop Smiley hope I dont burn through mommie's laptop lol... think it will be ok... but that the only real part untested... hmm... bit scary but not too much.)

Getting my systems ready took much longer than expected. I wanted to do it completely perfectly and so I did ! Wink =D oh yeah enjoying my setup.

You know what I am gonna make a picture and share it with you ! LOL.

Here some enjoyable media for you:

http://www.skybuck.org/PascalCoin/ReadyForBlock260000/

There is one additional tribute mov video at the end of this folder for your super short enjoyment Wink Smiley

Maybe I add more later don't think so, do wanna share my mining setup with you LOL.



(For those that care about picture lol.... mommie's laptop on the far left, shitty german laptop in middle, 12 year old dreampc on the right ! Wink)


Even made a video to celebrate the introduction of randomhash... music was just a coincidence... not my favorite... it happened to be playing.

Youtube video of Skybuck's setup ready for mining block 260.000:

https://youtu.be/AEXtpld-Z3g

In case you can't play mov...

Sorry for the dark lights and shit... but this is how I compute... lol.

At least it gives somewhat of an impression of what I've been up to and busy with today.

Oh yeah before I forget... this new internet sharing setup... could be interesting for me to test and developed "ip/udp multicast" software... like developing a nice udp multicast version of my udp file transfer software and continueing with that... maybe some multi threading... lot's of time required for me to develop it... and only small time gained when actually transferring files... but it will be a lot of fun to do...

I transferred 1 gigabyte twice today... zipped pascalcoin distribution/blockchain etc... so this inspired me to try and do it better.. just one time instead of two times Wink ! Smiley

ip/udp multicast could also be interesting for blockchains and pascalcoin in future... hope to see this ip/udp multicast working someday over the internet.

Been a long time since I last tested it... not sure if it would work today... probably not... also this linksys router has an option to filter out multicast... so I would have to disable that first to test and use it I guess... hmm also interesting test...

Very glad everything worked out... especially since I can't enter cable modem menu... cause it's dead/stuck... but router has it's own menu and did work... and had no issues.

I did have to power off/power on the cable modem... cause it remembers the first device it sees... and this has to be the new router instead of the pc... otherwise it would never have worked... this router required zero setup... just plug in and do the power cycle... wish I had known this before though cause I wasted some time with messing around with settings and such but that was somewhat of a nice excercise seeing ip's release/renew it does work if giving this command in windows... I even tried "cloning" the mac address... that did seem to work public ip address was in status of router but eventually didn't work.. but eventually wasn't necessary to make it work..

Settings are simply default factory settings, dhcp server enabled, gateway mode.

Cable modem is connected to ethernet/internet port of router... and the other 3 PCs connected to the lan ports.

What was kinda weird/interesting is if cable modem was connected to lan port instead.. one of the PCs could still internet lol.. but not the other ones... so that was kinda weird...

But now everything is working very nicely... disabled the wireless access of it... Not gonna tell you the exact model... cause I think it can be hacked lol, it's very old.. but here is a hint it was one of the most popular linksys routers ever sold lol... got it for free from somebody... couldn't believe it... it's a very iconic model... with here another hint... two pointy devil horns Wink =D black purple and green router colors oops... too much hints... anyway Smiley =D:

I really hope you guys totally fuck up and under estimate or get surprised by the setup time to get this working so that you are not ready in time so I can solo mine block 260.000 lol... and beyond ! LOL.

But you have my respects if you motherf*ckers are on time ! LOL.

SEEEEEEEEEECCCCCUUUUUUU OOOOOOONNNNNNN TTTTHHHEEEE BLOOOOCCCCKKCCCHHHAAAAIIIINNNn////...and safeeeebbboooxxx hopefully ! Wink =D

Hell if I fail to mine I can still run delphiniumcoin later on ! LOL. Will probably do that anyway for fun/kicks Wink Smiley

Euhm and that's about it... had a nice little trick to get task schedular working gonna keep it to myself... but I am sure you'll figure it out in relation to batch files... file paths hint hint Wink

I shutdown plenty of services... so the computers are running as efficiently as possible... it's interesting how "resource monitor" has a special "services graph"... where you can see how much cpu the services
on windows are taking up/consuming of cpu time and such.... you may want to look at this if you have never disabled or stopped any services and may want to experiment with that ! Wink

Do not shutdown or stop any services called "terminal" or "theme" this will f*ck you in the *ss Smiley

Also in resource monitor there is something funny... you can choose "suspend process"... do not suspend the "system process" ! LOL or you PC will completely freeze up ! LOL. God why did I do that again ?! Oh yeah world of warships installed was pissing me off and taking too long lol.

Anyway I had a lot of fun/joy setting this stuff up... I hope you do as well... if not you out of luck... and I am ready to be disappointed... but I am hoping for the best and keeping my fingers crossed ! Wink =D

Skybuck over and out with this very interesting (and possibly revolutionary) (randomhash) experiment... Skybuck drops the mic ! =D

P.S.: I do expect GPU mining pools to still dominate though... cause of polyminer1 randomhash... but the playing field between cpus and gpus is levelled and also weak vs strong is also a bit levelled... so interesting indeed.

Skybuckflying.  You write books not paragraphs.

Is that Windows?  Never used it, but I heard it's reliable and secure and free.

I have a picture of a computer too somewhere.

I will post it later for your enjoyment.  It's super duper seksy.

BTW.  Are you on meds?  I am.  The difference is I take them.

You know, prescription amphetamines are for certain conditions.

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November 14, 2018, 08:08:51 PM
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Full version (network, sound, video, etc) of Kali Linux running on a spare Rpi 3 with spare parts I found in mama's drawers.

It's also running full version of the wallet.
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November 14, 2018, 08:18:48 PM
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pasc 64$ not yet ? Grin

someday maybe  Huh
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November 14, 2018, 11:21:08 PM
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Hello, is it ok that in rhminer it is written:
Shares: Accepted 0, Rejected 0.....
I mean why do I have 0 accepted shares??
Any suggestions?
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November 15, 2018, 06:00:11 AM
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Well after 8 hours of mining with 3 computers I can now safely say RandomHash is a bit fat failure as predicted by me from the very start !.

(No blocks were mined).

The failure so far:

1. It's being "GPU-ed" from day -5 or so.

2. It's still being pool mined, just woke up and low and behold china is back with F2Pool mining pool. All your base now belong to china lol. Hash rate is 1.5 million / sec already.

The only I could have done different maybe is pool the 3 computers together instead of running them individually, though it might not have made much difference.

One last experiment could be to "hack" the algorithm a little bit to see if there is a way to cheat it a bit, may try so later today or tomorrow, if that fails to then I am kinda done with RandomHash.

With 1.5 million hash rate it will become a little bit hard to cheat it with one computer though still doable maybe.

So my hunch that this would only unnecessary complexify PascalCoin has become a reality, it has solved nothing and just unnecessarily made PascalCoin more complex, more bug prone, more risky, these bugs in randomhash have to yet still be found though, that the fun part Wink Smiley

Adapters of laptop did run a bit warm... but nothing yet to cause a fire ! Wink

(For now the distribution of coins is a little bit better than before though... but this probably won't last long as mining pools become bigger, also where is nanopool ? LOL and Coin-O-Tron ?)

(I also could do one pooling experiment and try to pool mine with 3 computers see if that makes any difference Wink)
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Instead of nanopool we received f2pool dominance )))
Not sure it was worth it
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Instead of nanopool we received f2pool dominance )))
Not sure it was worth it

Lol community largely treat me as a fool when I debate this on discord... eh.. Roll Eyes

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Hello, is it ok that in rhminer it is written:
Shares: Accepted 0, Rejected 0.....
I mean why do I have 0 accepted shares??
Any suggestions?


If you are solo mining or directly pool mining to your own PascalCoin client then yes this is normal.

If you trying to join a mining pool then this is probably not normal.

What you should look for in case of solo mining is general text activity on the miner... which seems to be the case and in pascalcoin it will say

Miner Clients: x connected JSON-RPC clients.

Where X is the number of machines/connections/miners you are running and connecting to it Wink

(I am now pool mining on my own "pool" with 3 computers lol... will probably do this till 14:00 today... another 8 hours of mining to see if it makes any difference, and then this mining experiment is probably over for me... until I find a nice cheat/shortcut in randomhash then I may try again Wink)


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I am going to stop mining on my main system and also the german shitty laptop (HP)... core i3... Boy does it make a lot of noise lol.

The toshiba laptop seems to be dead quiet though... which probably also was a much more expensive laptop perhaps also newer model.

The quality difference is definetly noticeable/hearable Wink

I think I will keep the toshiba laptop running just for kicks.

Maybe tonight I will give it another try but for now the noise is starting to bother me... cya.
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What happened? Can't mine PASC on nanopool anymore ......
Even going to the nanopool page i get a google chrome attack warning .....

Anybody knows what's going on?
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What happened? Can't mine PASC on nanopool anymore ......
Even going to the nanopool page i get a google chrome attack warning .....

Anybody knows what's going on?

Short answer is...
PASC changed an algo on block 260000. Now it is a "random hash". It was supposed to be ASIC, GPU and Pool resistant. That is why nanopool and contron don't work.

If you need a long answer read this https://www.pascalcoin.org/storage/whitepapers/RandomHash_Whitepaper.pdf
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What happened? Can't mine PASC on nanopool anymore ......
Even going to the nanopool page i get a google chrome attack warning .....

Anybody knows what's going on?

Short answer is...
PASC changed an algo on block 260000. Now it is a "random hash". It was supposed to be ASIC, GPU and Pool resistant. That is why nanopool and contron don't work.

If you need a long answer read this https://www.pascalcoin.org/storage/whitepapers/RandomHash_Whitepaper.pdf


Coinotron is up and running. We had some issues after block 260000 but we fixed them. We already found 1 block.

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What happened? Can't mine PASC on nanopool anymore ......
Even going to the nanopool page i get a google chrome attack warning .....

Anybody knows what's going on?

Short answer is...
PASC changed an algo on block 260000. Now it is a "random hash". It was supposed to be ASIC, GPU and Pool resistant. That is why nanopool and contron don't work.

If you need a long answer read this https://www.pascalcoin.org/storage/whitepapers/RandomHash_Whitepaper.pdf


Coinotron is up and running. We had some issues after block 260000 but we fixed them. We already found 1 block.

Fine, i downloaded the rhminer for windows to give it a try with my 8700k CPU, but honestly, i wasn't able to figure out how to setup this ......
Any chance someone posts a step by step what how when where to do with the rhminer???
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November 15, 2018, 10:20:39 PM
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I mined on coinotron for several hours and nanopool for all day.

Don't or wait.

5000k rate and 0 coins in my PASA.  Wasted 24 hours of electricity and time.

I'm back to solo.

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What happened? Can't mine PASC on nanopool anymore ......
Even going to the nanopool page i get a google chrome attack warning .....

Anybody knows what's going on?

Short answer is...
PASC changed an algo on block 260000. Now it is a "random hash". It was supposed to be ASIC, GPU and Pool resistant. That is why nanopool and contron don't work.

If you need a long answer read this https://www.pascalcoin.org/storage/whitepapers/RandomHash_Whitepaper.pdf


Coinotron is up and running. We had some issues after block 260000 but we fixed them. We already found 1 block.

I found 4 blocks by solo last night.  Sticking w solo until issues are resolved 100%.

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November 15, 2018, 10:23:25 PM
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Hello, is it ok that in rhminer it is written:
Shares: Accepted 0, Rejected 0.....
I mean why do I have 0 accepted shares??
Any suggestions?


If you are solo mining or directly pool mining to your own PascalCoin client then yes this is normal.

If you trying to join a mining pool then this is probably not normal.

What you should look for in case of solo mining is general text activity on the miner... which seems to be the case and in pascalcoin it will say

Miner Clients: x connected JSON-RPC clients.

Where X is the number of machines/connections/miners you are running and connecting to it Wink

(I am now pool mining on my own "pool" with 3 computers lol... will probably do this till 14:00 today... another 8 hours of mining to see if it makes any difference, and then this mining experiment is probably over for me... until I find a nice cheat/shortcut in randomhash then I may try again Wink)


* update *:

I am going to stop mining on my main system and also the german shitty laptop (HP)... core i3... Boy does it make a lot of noise lol.

The toshiba laptop seems to be dead quiet though... which probably also was a much more expensive laptop perhaps also newer model.

The quality difference is definetly noticeable/hearable Wink

I think I will keep the toshiba laptop running just for kicks.

Maybe tonight I will give it another try but for now the noise is starting to bother me... cya.

How many blocks did you manage Skybuck go flying?

I got 3 out of my cluster of over 9000 Raspberry Pis.  I had to recompile the miner, but it was worth it.

1000 watts of electricity for 70k HR

It would be nice if you could control yourself a bit and slow down on the F words.

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November 15, 2018, 10:42:01 PM
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What is the HardFork about?

Really snowy, you support PASL? haha, that coin is dead. Do you know PASL is a cheap clone of PASC? PASC has bright future, brilliant devs and community.

I have a nice Pasl account on the first page of wallet. 
And it's not dead. Almost none of the blockchain projects die.
Besides, Pasc isn't doing too well either.
I do enjoy the most the Pascal wallet with the account number system and functions.
I'd like to see Pascal type wallet succeed and be truly used widely.
Wages should be paid in Crypto, then adoption would follow.

Sure Pasl is a copy of Pasc. So? It never claimed anything other.

Now that markets are dying, maybe we can get back to playing cozy, nice blockchain games.  : )  Greed and money is nice too, feel free to do whatever you like.


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November 15, 2018, 10:54:41 PM
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What is the HardFork about?

Really snowy, you support PASL? haha, that coin is dead. Do you know PASL is a cheap clone of PASC? PASC has bright future, brilliant devs and community.

I have a nice Pasl account on the first page of wallet. 
And it's not dead. Almost none of the blockchain projects die.
Besides, Pasc isn't doing too well either.
I do enjoy the most the Pascal wallet with the account number system and functions.
I'd like to see Pascal type wallet succeed and be truly used widely.
Wages should be paid in Crypto, then adoption would follow.

Sure Pasl is a copy of Pasc. So? It never claimed anything other.

Now that markets are dying, maybe we can get back to playing cozy, nice blockchain games.  : )  Greed and money is nice too, feel free to do whatever you like.



I did do whatever I felt like.  Let's just say it didn't end up so well.

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November 15, 2018, 11:15:04 PM
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Nanopool was dual-mining pascalcoin and ethereum... with randomhash this might no longer work ? So perhaps nanopool has quite.

One block was just recently mined by nanopool, could be an experiment, or a faker or a new attempt of nanopool Wink Smiley
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