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October 09, 2016, 11:16:10 PM
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0.03KH/s with an i7-6700K at 4.2Ghz. is it even possible to get higher hashrates? refuses to start mining on a FX-8150.

.2-.3 KH/s on fx-9590

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October 09, 2016, 11:25:51 PM
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What is the total supply?

                                 
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October 09, 2016, 11:30:48 PM
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I tried solo mining, but will not work. Does anyone know is it the problem is to the wallet:

I tried that as well and got the same problem so went to pool mining.
Is it possible to mine with the window wallet?

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donation zcoin
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October 09, 2016, 11:35:39 PM
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I tried solo mining, but will not work. Does anyone know is it the problem is to the wallet:

I tried that as well and got the same problem so went to pool mining.
Is it possible to mine with the window wallet?

add this
--coinbase-addr=address zcoin

donation zcoin
aM1oTKtBfNCXsQvJxELApBTx89uw5cpB7K
I did try that earlier and it took away the error of no payout address but then immediately windows would come up saying cpuminer stopped working and would close the prog. I tried adding server and listen to the conf file each time waiting 2hrs for it to resync but still the same, no error but then close. Any other suggestions?
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October 09, 2016, 11:44:14 PM
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i never try solomining, just mining to suprnova.
cz i dont know your config and bat file,
you know ladacoin, same cant solomining with cpuminer
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October 10, 2016, 01:03:12 AM
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any gpu miners out yet ... it should be easy prob someone have it by now
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October 10, 2016, 01:08:20 AM
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Im trying to feed the noonce loop into an opencl kernel so we can finally GPU mine this coin however upon looking at the code its messed up.

LYRA2 is a matrix, usually of 2 or 4. However for this coin the matrix = height; so with every new block the matrix gets bigger and bigger and it will get harder and harder to solve. Pretty much like the difficulty bomb with ETHEREUM.



This is exactly what I was posting in the first thread already, mining will come to an end sooner or later... With every new block it gets harder to mine

Nice... Grin. Good to know. Maybe this is done intentionally..?

Probably that's why I see my hashrate dropped more than twice since yesterday, despite of the fact I am mining now with more PC's!

Is everyone seeing the same - hashrate droped by two-three times compared with yesterday, or is it just me..?

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Here are some benchmarks from the Height problem.


One of my CPUs on Block 2300 now hashes at 8.3H/s, while at Block 23000 it will hash at 1.35H/s. This doesn't take into account the difficulty changes by then. Every CPU will linearly follow this pattern.


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October 10, 2016, 01:25:58 AM
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Im trying to feed the noonce loop into an opencl kernel so we can finally GPU mine this coin however upon looking at the code its messed up.

LYRA2 is a matrix, usually of 2 or 4. However for this coin the matrix = height; so with every new block the matrix gets bigger and bigger and it will get harder and harder to solve. Pretty much like the difficulty bomb with ETHEREUM.



Yikes.  Thanks for sharing.

It's even worse, the matrix is height*256. Lyra2 is 1*8 and lyra2v2 is 1*4. It not only gets harder to solve but it also requires more memory
to solve each new block. Lyra2 is already a challenge on a GPU, lyra2v2 is a little better (less lyra2) but zcoin is all lyra2 and with overkill.
So, yes, mining will self destruct unless the algo is changed, and GPU mining is probably DOA.

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Here are some benchmarks from the Height problem.


One of my CPUs on Block 2300 now hashes at 8.3H/s, while at Block 23000 it will hash at 1.35H/s. This doesn't take into account the difficulty changes by then. Every CPU will linearly follow this pattern.



degredation will accelerate when memory is exhausted and starts swapping to disk.

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Here are some benchmarks from the Height problem.


One of my CPUs on Block 2300 now hashes at 8.3H/s, while at Block 23000 it will hash at 1.35H/s. This doesn't take into account the difficulty changes by then. Every CPU will linearly follow this pattern.



degredation will accelerate when memory is exhausted and starts swapping to disk.

Currently its using about 460MB of RAM. At block 23000 it will use 956MB of ram. So RAM is not really an issue since most of us have 8-16GB of it.

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October 10, 2016, 01:52:48 AM
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Here are some benchmarks from the Height problem.


One of my CPUs on Block 2300 now hashes at 8.3H/s, while at Block 23000 it will hash at 1.35H/s. This doesn't take into account the difficulty changes by then. Every CPU will linearly follow this pattern.



degredation will accelerate when memory is exhausted and starts swapping to disk.

Currently its using about 460MB of RAM. At block 23000 it will use 956MB of ram. So RAM is not really an issue since most of us have 8-16GB of it.

my i7 3770 don't show 0.03kh anymore..only hashing at 0.02kh now..

i remember when ethereum mining still depends on system RAM on mining instead of GPU RAM..might happen with zcoin GPU miner release
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So how long until chain grinds to a halt? Are blocks getting longer and longer?
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Zcoin vs. Monero?
Zcoin vs. ZCash?

Why this can be better than those coins?
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Zcoin vs. Monero?
Zcoin vs. ZCash?

Why this can be better than those coins?

This answers a lot of questions:

https://zcoin.tech/faq.html



also the wiki is a great resource:

https://github.com/zcoinofficial/zcoin/wiki


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October 10, 2016, 03:34:24 AM
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Here are some benchmarks from the Height problem.


One of my CPUs on Block 2300 now hashes at 8.3H/s, while at Block 23000 it will hash at 1.35H/s. This doesn't take into account the difficulty changes by then. Every CPU will linearly follow this pattern.



degredation will accelerate when memory is exhausted and starts swapping to disk.

Interesting observation

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Zcoin vs. Monero?
Zcoin vs. ZCash?

Why this can be better than those coins?

This answers a lot of questions:

https://zcoin.tech/faq.html



also the wiki is a great resource:

https://github.com/zcoinofficial/zcoin/wiki

No need to users search and read all the FAQs/Wiki since the answers can be simple.
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Zcoin vs. Monero?
Zcoin vs. ZCash?

Why this can be better than those coins?

This answers a lot of questions:

https://zcoin.tech/faq.html



also the wiki is a great resource:

https://github.com/zcoinofficial/zcoin/wiki

No need to users search and read all the FAQs/Wiki since the answers can be simple.

Simple as:

Zcoin is better. lol


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Zcoin vs. Monero?
Zcoin vs. ZCash?

Why this can be better than those coins?

This answers a lot of questions:

https://zcoin.tech/faq.html



also the wiki is a great resource:

https://github.com/zcoinofficial/zcoin/wiki

No need to users search and read all the FAQs/Wiki since the answers can be simple.

Simple as:

Zcoin is better. lol


Simple as my true question:
Why Zcoin is better than Monero/ZCash?
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October 10, 2016, 04:12:37 AM
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Zcoin vs. Monero?
Zcoin vs. ZCash?

Why this can be better than those coins?

This answers a lot of questions:

https://zcoin.tech/faq.html



also the wiki is a great resource:

https://github.com/zcoinofficial/zcoin/wiki

No need to users search and read all the FAQs/Wiki since the answers can be simple.

Simple as:

Zcoin is better. lol


Simple as my true question?
Why Zcoin is better than Monero/ZCash?

A question that often pops up is: what are the differences between Zcoin and Zcash?

Zcoin and ZCash are the only two cryptocurrencies that use zero-knowledge proofs to guarantee zero-knowledge financial anonymity.
There are various tradeoffs between using ZCoin and ZCash. Zcoin uses the Zerocoin Protocol (cited by academics 208 times, at time of writing),
whereas Zcash uses the Zerocash Protocol (cited by academics 104 times, at time of writing).
The cryptographic properties of Zcoin and Zcash supplement each other quite nicely, and a good way to describe them would be sibling cryptocurrencies. read more...




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