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April 08, 2013, 07:46:23 AM
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Let's see, here's the last TRC-diff-switches:
2542.17 x4
10168.683 x4
40674.735 x4
162698.94

Sure, on Bytecoin it needs more blocks to raise the difficulty, but it also needs more blocks to drop, so it's basically the same problem.

If the max is 4x how can it jump so much in one day?

The other day it was 6 digits diff and then the next day it was double digits diff. For bytecoin that would take on average a week or two between diff changes, so a large swing is not as possible so fast.

is the only difference TRC is 4 times faster? I was under the impression is wasn't just the 4 times faster blockchain that made TRC different.
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April 08, 2013, 10:34:09 AM
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No, it doesn't need a week or two on Bytecoin for a change,
the fastest change (and so far the only one rising 4x) on Bitcoin took 3days, so it should be about the same for Bytecoin,
6days for 8x, 9days for 16x, 12days for 32x, then leave the network which will probably die out, because remaining miners need to create thousands of blocks to get the diff down to a level they can handle.

On TerraCoin it just happens quicker because
a) the target for average block creation is 2minutes, not 10 and
b) the difficulty adjusts every 30blocks, not 2016.



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April 08, 2013, 10:58:09 AM
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Hopping in with 20+gh. I have no ASICs (yet) but it's the best I can do. Who's with me?!
Are you using COGNITIVE's hardware for this? Why are you wasting money to save a useless coin?
You should do what is best for COGNITIVE and saving alt coins is not what COGNITIVE is for or the majority of the shareholders wants.

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April 08, 2013, 11:44:38 AM
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Hopping in with 20+gh. I have no ASICs (yet) but it's the best I can do. Who's with me?!
Are you using COGNITIVE's hardware for this? Why are you wasting money to save a useless coin?
You should do what is best for COGNITIVE and saving alt coins is not what COGNITIVE is for or the majority of the shareholders wants.


Slow down CashMoney, he never said anything about Cognitive in his comment.  He said "I," so don't assume he is just steering some of the companies hashing power towards an alt coin.  I'm pretty sure he wouldn't do that.


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April 08, 2013, 03:46:18 PM
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Well TRC's back  Cool

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