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September 06, 2016, 02:09:57 PM
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Hi.

I need support about some technical questions for an Alt coin, I don't know if this thread is only for bitcoin... sorry

What I need:
I recently created PascalCoin using Pascal language.
I want to know some technical questions about creating a RPC and how a GPU minner will interact with server/application to mine. Also I'm searching for source code of a GPU miner to case study.

Where can I find information?

Thanks.

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September 07, 2016, 01:54:37 AM
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Hi.

I need support about some technical questions for an Alt coin, I don't know if this thread is only for bitcoin... sorry

What I need:
I recently created PascalCoin using Pascal language.
I want to know some technical questions about creating a RPC and how a GPU minner will interact with server/application to mine. Also I'm searching for source code of a GPU miner to case study.

Where can I find information?

Thanks.
Technical and the development sub-forum maybe will become a better for putting your question because in there is there are a reliable members.
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