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December 16, 2016, 09:44:23 PM
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cool big miners leave us some hashrate for now Smiley
I have been watching this for a few days now. The "big miners" are only active for 2 hours a day on Markscheider Mining Pool from 10 AM to 12 AM (GMT +1). During these 2 hours even Gorillapool must have a lot of luck to get one or two blocks. During this activity of about 435 kH/s, you can see that the difficulty gradually rises and afterwards just slowly declines until the next morning.
To me, this seems more of an attack, as someone who wants to make a profit.

Network is stable now, blocks are going with about 2 min interval as it should be. It is very stupid to switch 400khs mining power to any coin if there is a profit goal. There will be much more coins mined if he will just put a stable long running 10khs there. But he is free to do what he wants.

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December 16, 2016, 10:03:55 PM
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I was part of the "yes we can" old cannabis coin, are you guys will do the same or what is the roadmap

Roadmaps, roadmaps, roadmaps ...

You know, everything is changing very fast in cryptos. What exactly do you want to see in this roadmap or how should it look like ...Smiley
It is better to do a list of future milestones. Now, for you, briefly:

1. XCI Adoption:
- Legal dispensaries
- Legal marijuana businesses
- Dispensaries and businesses bounties
- More XCI exchanges
- XCI - Fiat and XCI - cash solutions

We expect the first XCI legal marijuana purchase in the year 20 17. https://xcicoin.org/brownie.html

2. XCI Development:
- Blockchain|network improvements
- Wallet improvements
- New web|mobile wallets
- Payment solutions
- Apps and widgets
- Development bounties

3. Community and media
- Main stream and cryptocurrency Media coverage
- Cannabis related media and forums coverage
- Cannabis conferences coverage
- Social media coverage
- Videos, art and guides
- Community bounties
- Developing a Marijuana related social network|magazine of users, growers, businesses, listings, etc. All monetization with XCI (ads, reviews, listings)


This is just a brief list.



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December 17, 2016, 02:26:46 AM
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It is very stupid to switch 400khs mining power to any coin if there is a profit goal. There will be much more coins mined if he will just put a stable long running 10khs there. But he is free to do what he wants.

Hi,

We see this also sometimes on our CryptoNote coin, BipCoin....We see people spending more money on rented hashing than they can make selling the coin, and way more than they need to mine the same amount. At first I thought "Well, they're doing it to mine the coin and hold on to it for if the price going up." But no, they could buy it cheaper and just hold it if that was their goal. Then I thought "Well, maybe they don't know how much hash power to rent" But then I realized that anyone spending lots of money on mining can probably do the 8th grade math to figure out the max they'll need. Do that plus 5%. Not that plus 300%. lol.

I think these huge hash powers, like 4x as much as they need, is an attempt at an attack to make it hard for other miners and hope it will drive people away from the coin. Either by people holding large amounts of other CryptoNote coins....Or by people holding a lot of Bitcoin who don't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way....or maybe some state actor who doesn't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way.

By the way, a friend of mine who runs a CryptoNote pool (that included a Xcicoin pool, a BipCoin pool and a Karbowanec pool) was hacked last weekend. He's fixed it and has posted that he got hacked, so people know.
Info is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17206508#msg17206508

Anyway, I figured it's about time to come talk to y'all. Always happy with CryptoNotes catching on. 

Take care and I wish your coin well success.

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December 17, 2016, 04:50:32 AM
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after closing the wallet, it keeps saving data for more than 45minutes. why ? I am using xciwallet-2.0.0-beta-win64
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December 17, 2016, 05:31:43 AM
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Pool one month http://xci.ms-pool.net.ua/#
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after closing the wallet, it keeps saving data for more than 45minutes. why ? I am using xciwallet-2.0.0-beta-win64

I had this exact problem with the Bytecoin GUI wallet some months back. As I recall it didn't happen the next time I used it. I think the issue was I had another wallet open at the same time. Most likely a CLI wallet and most likely a CryptoNote CLI wallet.

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after closing the wallet, it keeps saving data for more than 45minutes. why ? I am using xciwallet-2.0.0-beta-win64

I had this exact problem with the Bytecoin GUI wallet some months back. As I recall it didn't happen the next time I used it. I think the issue was I had another wallet open at the same time. Most likely a CLI wallet and most likely a CryptoNote CLI wallet.

Is xci a clone wallet from bytecoin?

Not to mention the leak in my roof.
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after closing the wallet, it keeps saving data for more than 45minutes. why ? I am using xciwallet-2.0.0-beta-win64

I had this exact problem with the Bytecoin GUI wallet some months back. As I recall it didn't happen the next time I used it. I think the issue was I had another wallet open at the same time. Most likely a CLI wallet and most likely a CryptoNote CLI wallet.

Is xci a clone wallet from bytecoin?

No, XCI is not a "clone" or fork of bytecoin. XCI was forked from the cryptonotefoundation and GUI v1 was forked from cryptonotefoundation too and GUI v2 was forked from KRB because guys made a great bug fixes and multilingual support. We will keep coop with other CryptoNote devs.

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December 17, 2016, 09:22:35 PM
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It is very stupid to switch 400khs mining power to any coin if there is a profit goal. There will be much more coins mined if he will just put a stable long running 10khs there. But he is free to do what he wants.

Hi,

We see this also sometimes on our CryptoNote coin, BipCoin....We see people spending more money on rented hashing than they can make selling the coin, and way more than they need to mine the same amount. At first I thought "Well, they're doing it to mine the coin and hold on to it for if the price going up." But no, they could buy it cheaper and just hold it if that was their goal. Then I thought "Well, maybe they don't know how much hash power to rent" But then I realized that anyone spending lots of money on mining can probably do the 8th grade math to figure out the max they'll need. Do that plus 5%. Not that plus 300%. lol.

I think these huge hash powers, like 4x as much as they need, is an attempt at an attack to make it hard for other miners and hope it will drive people away from the coin. Either by people holding large amounts of other CryptoNote coins....Or by people holding a lot of Bitcoin who don't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way....or maybe some state actor who doesn't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way.

By the way, a friend of mine who runs a CryptoNote pool (that included a Xcicoin pool, a BipCoin pool and a Karbowanec pool) was hacked last weekend. He's fixed it and has posted that he got hacked, so people know.
Info is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17206508#msg17206508

Anyway, I figured it's about time to come talk to y'all. Always happy with CryptoNotes catching on. 

Take care and I wish your coin well success.

-MWD
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My pool:
http://cryptonotepool.com/#pools was hacked on Saturday 10 December 2016. The crackers changed the payout addresses for Xcicoin and Karbowanec to steal the coin to someone else.
The pool fee (then paying to the hackers) was also made larger.

The fee was made larger on the BipCoin pool, but the address was not changed.

I  believe this was a successful attempt to steal coin, and then try to make this pool look dishonest, by not changing one of the payout addresses.
On 15 December 2016 I've fixed it, hardened against future attempts, and added alerting systems for future problems. All pools should have all this, and not many do.

The amount of all three coins not paid out to miners combined wasn't much. It totaled about the price of two people eating dinner in a cheap restaurant.

I apologize.

To try to win back the public's trust, I am admitting the error, and making the pool fee for all 3 coins ZERO for one month. After that time it will go back to 1.5%.

I run this pool mainly to support CryptoNote and usually only make about enough money to cover the servers. I do hope I can win back your trust.

Thank you.

This looks very suspicious...
We need an investigation and some proof of hack ...
Why should miners believe you? What was the way of hacking? How did you noticed that and when?  What is your pool mining address? (this will not tell us something, but as far as you were hacked we should know all the info). What pools were hacked - Bip? KRB? XCI?

Before any hack proof and investigation I suggest to stop mining on cryptonotepool.com.


That is why solo mining is a perfect for both network and miner. We will update the XCI guides with solo mining guide very soon.

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December 17, 2016, 09:26:58 PM
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Pool one month http://xci.ms-pool.net.ua/#
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Thank you for your pool, 100 XCI donated, you can claim another 100 XCI after 1 year of pool running. Any pool owner can claim the same 100 XCI bounty after the 1st month and 1st year of pool life.

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It is very stupid to switch 400khs mining power to any coin if there is a profit goal. There will be much more coins mined if he will just put a stable long running 10khs there. But he is free to do what he wants.

Hi,

We see this also sometimes on our CryptoNote coin, BipCoin....We see people spending more money on rented hashing than they can make selling the coin, and way more than they need to mine the same amount. At first I thought "Well, they're doing it to mine the coin and hold on to it for if the price going up." But no, they could buy it cheaper and just hold it if that was their goal. Then I thought "Well, maybe they don't know how much hash power to rent" But then I realized that anyone spending lots of money on mining can probably do the 8th grade math to figure out the max they'll need. Do that plus 5%. Not that plus 300%. lol.

I think these huge hash powers, like 4x as much as they need, is an attempt at an attack to make it hard for other miners and hope it will drive people away from the coin. Either by people holding large amounts of other CryptoNote coins....Or by people holding a lot of Bitcoin who don't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way....or maybe some state actor who doesn't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way.

By the way, a friend of mine who runs a CryptoNote pool (that included a Xcicoin pool, a BipCoin pool and a Karbowanec pool) was hacked last weekend. He's fixed it and has posted that he got hacked, so people know.
Info is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17206508#msg17206508

Anyway, I figured it's about time to come talk to y'all. Always happy with CryptoNotes catching on.  

Take care and I wish your coin well success.

-MWD
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My pool:
http://cryptonotepool.com/#pools was hacked on Saturday 10 December 2016. The crackers changed the payout addresses for Xcicoin and Karbowanec to steal the coin to someone else.
The pool fee (then paying to the hackers) was also made larger.

The fee was made larger on the BipCoin pool, but the address was not changed.

I  believe this was a successful attempt to steal coin, and then try to make this pool look dishonest, by not changing one of the payout addresses.
On 15 December 2016 I've fixed it, hardened against future attempts, and added alerting systems for future problems. All pools should have all this, and not many do.

The amount of all three coins not paid out to miners combined wasn't much. It totaled about the price of two people eating dinner in a cheap restaurant.

I apologize.

To try to win back the public's trust, I am admitting the error, and making the pool fee for all 3 coins ZERO for one month. After that time it will go back to 1.5%.

I run this pool mainly to support CryptoNote and usually only make about enough money to cover the servers. I do hope I can win back your trust.

Thank you.

This looks very suspicious...
We need an investigation and some proof of hack ...
Why should miners believe you? What was the way of hacking? How did you noticed that and when?  What is your pool mining address? (this will not tell us something, but as far as you were hacked we should know all the info). What pools were hacked - Bip? KRB? XCI?

Before any hack proof and investigation I suggest to stop mining on cryptonotepool.com.


That is why solo mining is a perfect for both network and miner. We will update the XCI guides with solo mining guide very soon.


MainCoins is a newbie user no one knows who is trying to trick people to falsely discredit CryptoNote pools run by established users because MainCoins operates a series of failed CryptoNote pools (and one failed CryptoNote coin, Neptunium).

And remember *I* alerted you to the hack. You wouldn't have heard about it otherwise. There's nothing suspicious. There was a hack for a few days, it was fixed, MainCoins is claiming it was hacked a month ago he told no one, and is trying to be the good guy? Jesus.

And as for your demands that I produce evidence that the hack was an attack, It's not my pool. I just knew about it, it is my friend's pool, and I thought I'd aleart yo8u guys since he had gone to bed after dealing with all of it. He was going to let you know in the morning, but I figured I let you know 8 hours earlier.

Full story here of why MainCoins is not a good guy is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17216500#msg17216500

As for me telling you that the big hash powers are an attack, you did not know this? Karbo knows this and is doing a hardfork soon to deal with it.

Don't "shoot the messenger who brings bad news." Unless the messenger is MainCoins because then he likely caused the thing the bad news is about.


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That is why solo mining is a perfect for both network and miner. We will update the XCI guides with solo mining guide very soon.


Have you ever mined your coin? Hashrate is around 90 kH/s. Solo mining would produce NOTHING.

If people don't want to mine at cryptonotepool.com, they should mine at slb's pool.
http://democats.org/

It's very trusted, he's very trusted and well known, he and his pools are very solid, he is a main developer on the forknote pool software a lot of pools use. Why would anyone go to someone else when he knows more about it because he built it?

slb's Bytecoin pool is even included as one of four pool defaults in Bytecoin's "mine in the wallet" GUI wallet. And Bytecoin is one of the most successful CryptoNotes except Monero. Bytecoin was also the FIRST CryptoNote and is still going strong.

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Wonder if this gets pumped like potcoin
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It is very stupid to switch 400khs mining power to any coin if there is a profit goal. There will be much more coins mined if he will just put a stable long running 10khs there. But he is free to do what he wants.

Hi,

We see this also sometimes on our CryptoNote coin, BipCoin....We see people spending more money on rented hashing than they can make selling the coin, and way more than they need to mine the same amount. At first I thought "Well, they're doing it to mine the coin and hold on to it for if the price going up." But no, they could buy it cheaper and just hold it if that was their goal. Then I thought "Well, maybe they don't know how much hash power to rent" But then I realized that anyone spending lots of money on mining can probably do the 8th grade math to figure out the max they'll need. Do that plus 5%. Not that plus 300%. lol.

I think these huge hash powers, like 4x as much as they need, is an attempt at an attack to make it hard for other miners and hope it will drive people away from the coin. Either by people holding large amounts of other CryptoNote coins....Or by people holding a lot of Bitcoin who don't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way....or maybe some state actor who doesn't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way.

By the way, a friend of mine who runs a CryptoNote pool (that included a Xcicoin pool, a BipCoin pool and a Karbowanec pool) was hacked last weekend. He's fixed it and has posted that he got hacked, so people know.
Info is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17206508#msg17206508

Anyway, I figured it's about time to come talk to y'all. Always happy with CryptoNotes catching on.  

Take care and I wish your coin well success.

-MWD
BipCoin BipDev team



My pool:
http://cryptonotepool.com/#pools was hacked on Saturday 10 December 2016. The crackers changed the payout addresses for Xcicoin and Karbowanec to steal the coin to someone else.
The pool fee (then paying to the hackers) was also made larger.

The fee was made larger on the BipCoin pool, but the address was not changed.

I  believe this was a successful attempt to steal coin, and then try to make this pool look dishonest, by not changing one of the payout addresses.
On 15 December 2016 I've fixed it, hardened against future attempts, and added alerting systems for future problems. All pools should have all this, and not many do.

The amount of all three coins not paid out to miners combined wasn't much. It totaled about the price of two people eating dinner in a cheap restaurant.

I apologize.

To try to win back the public's trust, I am admitting the error, and making the pool fee for all 3 coins ZERO for one month. After that time it will go back to 1.5%.

I run this pool mainly to support CryptoNote and usually only make about enough money to cover the servers. I do hope I can win back your trust.

Thank you.

This looks very suspicious...
We need an investigation and some proof of hack ...
Why should miners believe you? What was the way of hacking? How did you noticed that and when?  What is your pool mining address? (this will not tell us something, but as far as you were hacked we should know all the info). What pools were hacked - Bip? KRB? XCI?

Before any hack proof and investigation I suggest to stop mining on cryptonotepool.com.


That is why solo mining is a perfect for both network and miner. We will update the XCI guides with solo mining guide very soon.


MainCoins is a newbie user no one knows who is trying to trick people to falsely discredit CryptoNote pools run by established users because MainCoins operates a series of failed CryptoNote pools (and one failed CryptoNote coin, Neptunium).

And remember *I* alerted you to the hack. You wouldn't have heard about it otherwise. There's nothing suspicious. There was a hack for a few days, it was fixed, MainCoins is claiming it was hacked a month ago he told no one, and is trying to be the good guy? Jesus.

And as for your demands that I produce evidence that the hack was an attack, It's not my pool. I just knew about it, it is my friend's pool, and I thought I'd aleart yo8u guys since he had gone to bed after dealing with all of it. He was going to let you know in the morning, but I figured I let you know 8 hours earlier.

Full story here of why MainCoins is not a good guy is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17216500#msg17216500

As for me telling you that the big hash powers are an attack, you did not know this? Karbo knows this and is doing a hardfork soon to deal with it.

Don't "shoot the messenger who brings bad news." Unless the messenger is MainCoins because then he likely caused the thing the bad news is about.



Ok, I see, let me inhale and think about that  Grin And take it easy, bro, I see your point and you are probably right.

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December 18, 2016, 01:42:08 AM
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It is very stupid to switch 400khs mining power to any coin if there is a profit goal. There will be much more coins mined if he will just put a stable long running 10khs there. But he is free to do what he wants.

Hi,

We see this also sometimes on our CryptoNote coin, BipCoin....We see people spending more money on rented hashing than they can make selling the coin, and way more than they need to mine the same amount. At first I thought "Well, they're doing it to mine the coin and hold on to it for if the price going up." But no, they could buy it cheaper and just hold it if that was their goal. Then I thought "Well, maybe they don't know how much hash power to rent" But then I realized that anyone spending lots of money on mining can probably do the 8th grade math to figure out the max they'll need. Do that plus 5%. Not that plus 300%. lol.

I think these huge hash powers, like 4x as much as they need, is an attempt at an attack to make it hard for other miners and hope it will drive people away from the coin. Either by people holding large amounts of other CryptoNote coins....Or by people holding a lot of Bitcoin who don't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way....or maybe some state actor who doesn't want truly anonymous coins catching on in a big way.

By the way, a friend of mine who runs a CryptoNote pool (that included a Xcicoin pool, a BipCoin pool and a Karbowanec pool) was hacked last weekend. He's fixed it and has posted that he got hacked, so people know.
Info is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17206508#msg17206508

Anyway, I figured it's about time to come talk to y'all. Always happy with CryptoNotes catching on.  

Take care and I wish your coin well success.

-MWD
BipCoin BipDev team



My pool:
http://cryptonotepool.com/#pools was hacked on Saturday 10 December 2016. The crackers changed the payout addresses for Xcicoin and Karbowanec to steal the coin to someone else.
The pool fee (then paying to the hackers) was also made larger.

The fee was made larger on the BipCoin pool, but the address was not changed.

I  believe this was a successful attempt to steal coin, and then try to make this pool look dishonest, by not changing one of the payout addresses.
On 15 December 2016 I've fixed it, hardened against future attempts, and added alerting systems for future problems. All pools should have all this, and not many do.

The amount of all three coins not paid out to miners combined wasn't much. It totaled about the price of two people eating dinner in a cheap restaurant.

I apologize.

To try to win back the public's trust, I am admitting the error, and making the pool fee for all 3 coins ZERO for one month. After that time it will go back to 1.5%.

I run this pool mainly to support CryptoNote and usually only make about enough money to cover the servers. I do hope I can win back your trust.

Thank you.

This looks very suspicious...
We need an investigation and some proof of hack ...
Why should miners believe you? What was the way of hacking? How did you noticed that and when?  What is your pool mining address? (this will not tell us something, but as far as you were hacked we should know all the info). What pools were hacked - Bip? KRB? XCI?

Before any hack proof and investigation I suggest to stop mining on cryptonotepool.com.


That is why solo mining is a perfect for both network and miner. We will update the XCI guides with solo mining guide very soon.


MainCoins is a newbie user no one knows who is trying to trick people to falsely discredit CryptoNote pools run by established users because MainCoins operates a series of failed CryptoNote pools (and one failed CryptoNote coin, Neptunium).

And remember *I* alerted you to the hack. You wouldn't have heard about it otherwise. There's nothing suspicious. There was a hack for a few days, it was fixed, MainCoins is claiming it was hacked a month ago he told no one, and is trying to be the good guy? Jesus.

And as for your demands that I produce evidence that the hack was an attack, It's not my pool. I just knew about it, it is my friend's pool, and I thought I'd aleart yo8u guys since he had gone to bed after dealing with all of it. He was going to let you know in the morning, but I figured I let you know 8 hours earlier.

Full story here of why MainCoins is not a good guy is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662140.msg17216500#msg17216500

As for me telling you that the big hash powers are an attack, you did not know this? Karbo knows this and is doing a hardfork soon to deal with it.

Don't "shoot the messenger who brings bad news." Unless the messenger is MainCoins because then he likely caused the thing the bad news is about.



Ok, I see, let me inhale and think about that  Grin And take it easy, bro, I see your point and you are probably right.

OK.

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December 18, 2016, 01:48:42 AM
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Have you ever mined your coin? Hashrate is around 90 kH/s. Solo mining would produce NOTHING.

Sure. And I am doing solo on anything below 100khs. You are not right about 90kh and solo mining. Lets say an average Joe has 100hs. 90000hs/100hs= 900. 2min*900/60min = 30hours.

About 9.5 XCI in 30h is NOT NOTHING, it is actually the same 7.6 xci as Joe will have from pool. Everything depends on luck.

P.S. I know guys who are solo mining Monero with 400hs, yes, this is insane.

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December 18, 2016, 01:59:05 AM
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Have you ever mined your coin? Hashrate is around 90 kH/s. Solo mining would produce NOTHING.

Sure. And I am doing solo on anything below 100khs. You are not right about 90kh and solo mining. Lets say an average Joe has 100hs. 90000hs/100hs= 900. 2min*900/60min = 30hours.

About 9.5 XCI in 30h is NOT NOTHING, it is actually the same 7.6 xci as Joe will have from pool. Everything depends on luck.

P.S. I know guys who are solo mining Monero with 400hs, yes, this is insane.

OK, well, the "nothing" was an exaggeration to make a point.

But people will get far more mining on a pool, and I"d recommend democats.org since he invented the pool software. No one is currently mining XCI on there because he spends more time improving the pool software everyone uses than promoting his pools. But if even a few people started mining on there, they'd all do better than with solo mining.

If solo mining worked better than pool mining, no one would run or use pools. Most coins with a hash rate above like 10Kh/s are pool mined.



Everything depends on luck.

Solo mining is luck.
Pools rely on math, not luck.

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December 18, 2016, 03:42:49 AM
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Have you ever mined your coin? Hashrate is around 90 kH/s. Solo mining would produce NOTHING.

Sure. And I am doing solo on anything below 100khs. You are not right about 90kh and solo mining. Lets say an average Joe has 100hs. 90000hs/100hs= 900. 2min*900/60min = 30hours.

About 9.5 XCI in 30h is NOT NOTHING, it is actually the same 7.6 xci as Joe will have from pool. Everything depends on luck.

P.S. I know guys who are solo mining Monero with 400hs, yes, this is insane.

On your announce thread, first page of this thread, you might want to edit your pool list. You recommend these pools. But one is gone and at least one you've said you don't trust. But no one is going to see the post where you said that. You should edit it on the announce page if you want people to not use the one(s) you think are compromised.
 
http://xci.cryptonotepool.com/    <-----THIS ONE IS MY FRIEND'S POOL THAT GOT HACKED. I think it's stable now, but you don't.
    http://gorillapool.org
    http://democats.org/pool/?name=xcicoin
    http://xci.acidminer.org/
    https://xci.frewns.com/  <-----THIS ONE SEEMS TO BE GONE.
    http://xci.ms-pool.net.ua/#
     http://xci.mypool.name    <-----THIS ONE IS MainCoins, the guy who is trolling everyone and trying to sow discontent. And has no users.
    

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December 18, 2016, 09:30:32 AM
Last edit: December 18, 2016, 06:50:03 PM by dadenyus
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Anyone can help me?
I have virtual server in 10.1.1.10 ip, have kerio wish ext ip and all port forvarding. monerod work perfectly. When i use xcicond i see next:
latest ubuntu 16, compiling from git source. firewall status: disabled

Code:
~/xcicoin/build/release/src$ ./xcicoind
12:23:45.251504 INFO xcicoin v1.1.1.1()
12:23:45.251682 INFO Module folder: ./xcicoind
12:23:45.252478 INFO Initializing p2p server...
12:23:45.252644 INFO Binding on 0.0.0.0:42000
12:23:45.252711 INFO Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:42000
12:23:45.252766 INFO Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
12:23:46.284785 INFO Added IGD port mapping.
12:23:46.284890 INFO P2p server initialized OK
12:23:46.284930 INFO Initializing core...
12:23:46.285065 INFO Loading blockchain...
12:23:46.285202 INFO - loading block index...
12:23:46.285250 INFO - loading transaction map...
12:23:46.285293 INFO - loading spent keys...
12:23:46.285353 INFO - loading outputs...
12:23:46.285416 INFO - loading multi-signature outputs...
12:23:46.285456 INFO Serialization time: 0ms
12:23:46.285495 INFO Loading blockchain indices for BlockchainExplorer...
12:23:46.285557 INFO - loading paymentID index...
12:23:46.285597 INFO - loading timestamp index...
12:23:46.285636 INFO - loading generated transactions index...
12:23:46.285699 INFO Blockchain initialized. last block: 0, d1628.h4.m23.s46 time ago, current difficulty: 1
12:23:46.285745 INFO Core initialized OK
12:23:46.285839 INFO Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:42001
12:23:46.285912 INFO Core rpc server started ok
12:23:46.285957 INFO Starting p2p net loop...
12:23:46.285994 INFO Starting node_server
12:23:56.286571 ERROR Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds
12:23:56.286669 INFO
12:23:56.286669 INFO **********************************************************************
12:23:56.286669 INFO The daemon will start synchronizing with the network. It may take up to several hours.
12:23:56.286669 INFO
12:23:56.286669 INFO You can set the level of process detailization* through "set_log <level>" command*, where <level> is between 0 (no details) and 4 (very verbose).
12:23:56.286669 INFO
12:23:56.286669 INFO Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
12:23:56.286669 INFO
12:23:56.286669 INFO Note: in case you need to interrupt the process, use "exit" command. Otherwise, the current progress won't be saved.
12:23:56.286669 INFO **********************************************************************
12:24:08.287644 ERROR Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds
12:24:20.288384 ERROR Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds
And no one connection. =(((

Code:
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address           Foreign Address         State
tcp        0    240 10.1.1.10:ssh           #.#.#.#:51644       ESTABLISHED
tcp        0      0 10.1.1.10:ssh           #.#.#.#:50425       ESTABLISHED
tcp        0      1 10.1.1.10:43386         104.131.137.173:42000   SYN_SENT

HELP ME PLS!
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December 18, 2016, 04:35:41 PM
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I have been mining on Gorillapool for days, because I thought a big pool brings more profit. Since about 5 hours I am testing a smaller pool. We only get approx. every 10th block, but since I have about 2/3 of the hashrate there, my block rewards are much higher than on a bigger pool. The profit is more than double of that as 10 hours on Gorillapool.

I am waiting for the instructions on solo-mining.
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