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December 30, 2016, 03:24:06 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

We have decided to release source of miner and open it up to work on every pool in near future. We will prepare full statement why we have decided that.

Regarding linux: somewhere along the line of optimisations, linux version simply stopped working correctly (is giving incorrect results). We do not have enough man power (+ there are holiday times) to track down the issue, but I am sure community will find it and fix once we release the source.
Congratulations in advance on your decision!
Should be a nice piece of code.
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December 30, 2016, 03:24:55 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

We have decided to release source of miner and open it up to work on every pool in near future. We will prepare full statement why we have decided that.

Regarding linux: somewhere along the line of optimisations, linux version simply stopped working correctly (is giving incorrect results). We do not have enough man power (+ there are holiday times) to track down the issue, but I am sure community will find it and fix once we release the source.

Weird, interested to hear why that is... I could understand opening up to pools and making it a fee based miner, but open source is something else entirely.

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December 30, 2016, 03:40:39 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

We have decided to release source of miner and open it up to work on every pool in near future. We will prepare full statement why we have decided that.

Regarding linux: somewhere along the line of optimisations, linux version simply stopped working correctly (is giving incorrect results). We do not have enough man power (+ there are holiday times) to track down the issue, but I am sure community will find it and fix once we release the source.

Weird, interested to hear why that is... I could understand opening up to pools and making it a fee based miner, but open source is something else entirely.

Maybe has something to do with the first release by nicehash, which was open source and used work by a few different contributors. Although there is no doubt nicehash has made a great many optimizations to the CUDA code, which will be really interesting to see. This is great news for miners and also very generous by nicehash for sure!
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December 30, 2016, 03:56:59 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

We have decided to release source of miner and open it up to work on every pool in near future. We will prepare full statement why we have decided that.

Regarding linux: somewhere along the line of optimisations, linux version simply stopped working correctly (is giving incorrect results). We do not have enough man power (+ there are holiday times) to track down the issue, but I am sure community will find it and fix once we release the source.

Weird, interested to hear why that is... I could understand opening up to pools and making it a fee based miner, but open source is something else entirely.

Maybe has something to do with the first release by nicehash, which was open source and used work by a few different contributors. Although there is no doubt nicehash has made a great many optimizations to the CUDA code, which will be really interesting to see. This is great news for miners and also very generous by nicehash for sure!

I'm actually thinking Nicehash coders have reached a brick wall and they're going open source to get 'input' before going closed source again.


BTW Nicehash as I've asked in other threads, consider tackling Cryptonote. The code basically hasn't been touched in years and it's a pretty big economy. Definitely something worth taking a look at.

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December 30, 2016, 07:53:41 AM
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well their competition it's already dead because EWBF provide already a pool unlocked miner, so i see no point for them to keep their version closed source

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December 30, 2016, 08:05:55 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

The EWFB miner cannot do 390sol/s on stock clocks. Nice Smiley

When are you planning to release it?

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December 30, 2016, 08:14:48 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

We have decided to release source of miner and open it up to work on every pool in near future. We will prepare full statement why we have decided that.

Regarding linux: somewhere along the line of optimisations, linux version simply stopped working correctly (is giving incorrect results). We do not have enough man power (+ there are holiday times) to track down the issue, but I am sure community will find it and fix once we release the source.
Thank you nicehash for your nice work with this miner. Open source is great news for miners.
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December 30, 2016, 08:33:03 AM
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We have another speedup ready, mostly beneficial to GDDR5X cards (Titan X Pascal will go over 600 for sure). Stock GTX 1070 gets 390 Sol/s.

We have decided to release source of miner and open it up to work on every pool in near future. We will prepare full statement why we have decided that.

Regarding linux: somewhere along the line of optimisations, linux version simply stopped working correctly (is giving incorrect results). We do not have enough man power (+ there are holiday times) to track down the issue, but I am sure community will find it and fix once we release the source.

Weird, interested to hear why that is... I could understand opening up to pools and making it a fee based miner, but open source is something else entirely.

Maybe has something to do with the first release by nicehash, which was open source and used work by a few different contributors. Although there is no doubt nicehash has made a great many optimizations to the CUDA code, which will be really interesting to see. This is great news for miners and also very generous by nicehash for sure!

I'm actually thinking Nicehash coders have reached a brick wall and they're going open source to get 'input' before going closed source again.


BTW Nicehash as I've asked in other threads, consider tackling Cryptonote. The code basically hasn't been touched in years and it's a pretty big economy. Definitely something worth taking a look at.
I second that - Nicehash - are you going to look at Cryptonote algo maybe asking the same dev who worked on Zcash djeZo?
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December 30, 2016, 08:58:46 AM
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well their competition it's already dead because EWBF provide already a pool unlocked miner, so i see no point for them to keep their version closed source

Because they're incapable of improving their miner, just like EWBF can't either? Your logic sometimes really blows my mind. When you open source something everyone adopts whatever makes your miner better into theirs.

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December 30, 2016, 09:08:30 AM
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well their competition it's already dead because EWBF provide already a pool unlocked miner, so i see no point for them to keep their version closed source

Because they're incapable of improving their miner, just like EWBF can't either? Your logic sometimes really blows my mind. When you open source something everyone adopts whatever makes your miner better into theirs.

You have one logical brick in this statement. You have not any proof that this is the case. You speak as you are sure 100% but what if again your statement turns out to be wrong?
I often see you 1.) saying EWBF and other should sell their code to nicehash 2.) then you complain here at nicehash why it is not open source. 3.) pointing you to your illogical ends up with strange accusations and insulting.

Sometimes it is better to wait and see and observe instead of accuse and speculate the bad way.
But anyway sometimes you also have good statements :-D Happy new year.

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Yes I mean you bensam and you fellow fake accounts.
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December 30, 2016, 09:12:55 AM
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well their competition it's already dead because EWBF provide already a pool unlocked miner, so i see no point for them to keep their version closed source

Because they're incapable of improving their miner, just like EWBF can't either? Your logic sometimes really blows my mind. When you open source something everyone adopts whatever makes your miner better into theirs.

you clearly didn't understand my point, i repeat, there is no point in them having their miner closed source when there is already another oen with almost the same speed that can mine on any pool

they have understood this finally

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December 30, 2016, 09:14:34 AM
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Here we go again with the "regurgitating brothers"  Grin

@nicehash, wise decision. Thanks !

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December 30, 2016, 09:43:37 AM
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EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.

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December 30, 2016, 09:58:35 AM
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EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.

Really? How can you know and do you have any proof? I've been using his miner but I'll stop using it if it's really stolen.
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December 30, 2016, 10:04:57 AM
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well their competition it's already dead because EWBF provide already a pool unlocked miner, so i see no point for them to keep their version closed source

Because they're incapable of improving their miner, just like EWBF can't either? Your logic sometimes really blows my mind. When you open source something everyone adopts whatever makes your miner better into theirs.

you clearly didn't understand my point, i repeat, there is no point in them having their miner closed source when there is already another oen with almost the same speed that can mine on any pool

they have understood this finally

You realize they have been the ones releasing faster versions first right? You could just as easily say 'because Nicehash continually releases a faster miner, you should open source yours' to EWBF. Conversely then Nicehash coders would adopt EWBFs code.

The whole reason it's closed source is so someone doesn't copy their code. Whether or not they can or can't mine on all pools is independent of the coding effort put into it.

I understood your point perfectly, it's just dumb and doesn't really make sense when it comes to IP.

[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.

Really? How can you know and do you have any proof? I've been using his miner but I'll stop using it if it's really stolen.

I've thought something similar for some time. You can tear apart someones code even if they don't give you the source unless it's encrypted and even then you can possibly do it. Wolf was talking about tearing apart Claymore's in his thread.

But yeah, proof needs to be offered in this case. EWBF did have a faster miner then Nicehash for like a week, I think that adds merit as well (I believe it was .3?)

Completely putting aside protecting the actual IP with coding, you guys could look at this from a objective standpoint too. Only reason people are using his miner is due to a 2% dev fee and you can use it with other pools. You could do the same thing with your miner (or fee free on Nicehash) and there would be no point in using his miner.

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December 30, 2016, 10:06:34 AM
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[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Very interesting, but how ? He extracted your cuda kernels and used them? But how you explain, that his linux version faster, than yours ? You said that you have issues with linux version of 1.0.4, but his 0.0.8b works flawless.
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December 30, 2016, 10:12:30 AM
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[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Very interesting, but how ? He extracted your cuda kernels and used them? But how you explain, that his linux version faster, than yours ? You said that you have issues with linux version of 1.0.4, but his 0.0.8b works flawless.

Programmers adopt and use others code all the time, that's pretty much what happens when something goes open source. Either copy paste or just simply integrate into your own coding to the point where it isn't just blatant copying. IF he's ripping someone off that doesn't mean he can't code or improve something.

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December 30, 2016, 10:15:59 AM
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Proofs will be available when we release the source.
Everyone will be able to see our SRC and "his" PTX.

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December 30, 2016, 10:30:32 AM
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... EWBF did have a faster miner then Nicehash for like a week ...

All this is seen by the thread's posts.

But let me recap this for you:
- First it was just EQM
- EWBF comes into play
- EWBF making faster miner but with more power consumption
- In that time EWBF was making ~250 and EQM ~220 on GTX 1070
- EQM release with ~320 speed came out with much lower power consumption
- Few days later, EWBF "magically" drops in power consumption and almost equals the speed

So why is this important information:
if you use one algorithm, you can't just drop in power consumption like that - software needs to be rewritten for that - it means changing algorithm altogether.

And from this point on, we always release faster and better version and after us, he also releases the version with the same or little slower speed.

This is all from public posts, further proofs will be available on source release.

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December 30, 2016, 10:58:45 AM
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But EQM have 100% cpu load, EWBF only 10%.     Nice hash fee more than 2% fee. 

Using EWBF and the normal pools i earn more $$$ than I get when I use your EQM.

If you are Robinhood and want to protect miners from dev fees, then lay out a miner that not locked on nicehash.
More like what you are simply unhappy that we have miner with a similar hashrate, and use the normal pools, not nicehash
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