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October 07, 2016, 08:08:17 PM

Dev any idea how to list the coin on an exchange?

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October 07, 2016, 08:14:04 PM

Can I mine like this?
rig1=port 4004
rig2=port 4003
rig3=port 4002

From one IP?

Why? Multiple instances on one physical pc?

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October 07, 2016, 08:17:26 PM


Not trying to spread FUD but it would be nothing short of absurd if any exchange picked this coin up in 6 months lets alone the end of the year.

Why is that? Not enough coins yet or other reasons?

There is no RPC access, there is no easy way to integrate this kind of account system into existing exchange system, the fact that exchanges have to buy/mine new accounts. I'm sure there are work arounds but this coin really needs to take off (50k+ sat per coin + high OTC volume) to get interest from an exchange capable of implementing this coin.

As I know the solution to implement this new coin in an exchange would be easy.

Exchanges only need one account, only one, and they, internally, assign an account "number" to their users. So, If I want to send my coins to the exchange I will send it to the exchange account and I only have to specify in the message that this amount will be for the number account that exchange have assigned me... I think it is an easy way to handle this subject of account... it doesn't matter if account are REAL or ASSIGNED BY EXCHANGE, in both cases we donエt control the private keys of these accounts so they are as safe as the "normal" system.

At least I think so...

(I'm sorry for my bad english)

Everyone would have the same deposit address. This wouldn't work.

EDIT: Didn't read the part about using messages. Could be possible.

There are quite a few ways for an exchange to have a single deposit address for all users, each with varying levels of implementation difficulty or user confusion:
1.) Messages (users attach some message to their transaction which identify them)
2.) For each transaction the exchange receives, check which public key(s) signed it (difficult in classic UTXO-based currencies, may make sense for an account-based blockchain)
3.) Have users encode their identity in the fractional part of the deposit (for example, all deposits of an amount x.19182 belong to a particular user, so if I want to deposit ~50 coins I send 50.19182, and they know I sent them)

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October 07, 2016, 08:47:18 PM

Sooner or later this will be on a exchange and once it is will be very interesting. I think 50,000 to 100k sats
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October 07, 2016, 08:51:52 PM

Mining is getting too difficult now is there any way to work out how many miners are on the network?
Trade secret. But I am near the output of an Antminer s1. Grin.

I'd be surprised, an AntMiner S1 is 180 GH/s, and based on the network's current difficulty, it's hash rate is somewhere below 230 MH/s Wink

Math for anyone interested: current difficulty is 23A79E4A
For ballparking this, we only care about the first two digits (23). Let's add 1 to it, so that we overestimate instead of underestimate: 24.
24 is, in hex, the number of zeroes that need to be at the beginning of a winning hash. In decimal, that's 36.
Therefore, you need 36 zeroes at the beginning of a hash for it to win. Only 1/(2^36) hashes will, on average, meet this requirement. That means, on average, the network produces 2^36 hashes every time a block is produced (5 minutes). As such, it does (2^36)/300 = 229,064,923 hashes per second, or (229,064,923/(1024 * 1024)) = 218.45-ish MH/s.

Thanks very much for the mathematics, much appreciated.

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October 07, 2016, 09:32:09 PM

you guys think this coin can hit the exchanges at 50k or 100k sats?  Shocked

Not unless they find a 'real' point or use for this type of transaction. I think it's a P&D but will be a nice one good for at least a few bags worth.

Prices are already rising up from what I hear and see. I've been selling them for over 0.0035 per block set but holding most of it until it's 10x after hitting an exchange or switcher .

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October 07, 2016, 10:28:12 PM

Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  Shocked
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October 07, 2016, 10:39:54 PM

Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  Shocked

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

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October 07, 2016, 11:14:20 PM

Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  Shocked

Luck... Very good luck! :-)

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October 07, 2016, 11:29:45 PM

Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  Shocked

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

Zcoin must be taking a huge chunk of cpu hashrate from other cpu mineable coins including pascal coin.
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October 07, 2016, 11:38:12 PM

Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  Shocked

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

Zcoin must be taking a huge chunk of cpu hashrate from other cpu mineable coins including pascal coin.

It will be interesting to mine that coin but rewards are extremely low at the start not high at the start like Pascal.

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October 07, 2016, 11:45:18 PM

Something is going on, I found 8 blocks in 9 hours on my 2.7k rig.  Shocked

Your getting lucky or maybe the hashrate is dropping.

Zcoin must be taking a huge chunk of cpu hashrate from other cpu mineable coins including pascal coin.

It will be interesting to mine that coin but rewards are extremely low at the start not high at the start like Pascal.

you know the nature of hype  Cheesy people flocks
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October 07, 2016, 11:49:07 PM

@PascalCoin
-Please add connection limiter.
Right now wallet gets maxed out, 99 connections and when that happens wallet becomes unstable.

-Add active blocking of outdated wallets.
This to keep the swarm healthy, too many ppl still using 1.0.5 and even 1.0.4.

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October 08, 2016, 03:46:12 AM

@PascalCoin
-Please add connection limiter.
Right now wallet gets maxed out, 99 connections and when that happens wallet becomes unstable.

-Add active blocking of outdated wallets.
This to keep the swarm healthy, too many ppl still using 1.0.5 and even 1.0.4.

I ran into the coin a while back and I wonder is it the coin, the dev or is this just a thread that was trying to get more coin action for a third party to dump them? 

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October 08, 2016, 04:36:03 AM

I dont understand how this would be a P&D coin. This technology works and its very easy to deploy. How many projects in the space have a simple interface that runs with not that many issues?

You are right,  this is not a Pump and dump coins assdev didn't had so much coins... as i told it here....i myself would buy 35% of all supply.... and i'm pretty sure that some other non dev people bought some coins too...

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October 08, 2016, 05:18:08 AM

I've been buying coins from a few legit people. There is some though that seem to be the same guy on multiple accounts who messages me once a day asking if I am buying Pascal. I say I am and ask how much they have, etc. Always says they want to sell until I mention a small test transaction to keep myself from getting scammed. Where I send a small amount of BTC for a small amount of Pascal then trade for the rest. Then I never hear from them again. Been happening every day now for a few days. I don't think many people have many coins and if they do the legit holders are not selling.

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October 08, 2016, 07:43:38 AM

gentlemen, could you explain me how to send coins ? i'm not newbie in crypto but i confused...

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October 08, 2016, 08:47:07 AM

day after day I have not completely get block. whether its higher diff?

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October 08, 2016, 09:10:51 AM

When trying mine with the second rig on same IP it says IP is banned.
First (initial) rig still works tho.

Any ideas?

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October 08, 2016, 10:27:16 AM

When trying mine with the second rig on same IP it says IP is banned.
First (initial) rig still works tho.

Any ideas?

I'm running two wallets (different machines) and have set the port on the other one to 4005
with no problems mining on both.

Make sure the port is open.

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